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Mexico City Collegian “The American College South Of The Border”

Vol. 12, No 7.

jueves 12 de marzo, 1959

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Página 1

  • Murray Reports On Presidents' Meeting
  • Bernal's Excavations At Yagul Disclose Illiminating Finds
  • Thirty-Nine To Receive Degrees At End OF Term
  • Five Artists Display At Galeria Genova
  • Fourth Concert In Series Scheduled
  • Former Student Does Cover For 'Reporter'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: On the foundations of a Palace, which he recently excavated at Yasui, Dr. Ignacio Bernal (in center wearing cap), surveys his findings which have added significant information to what is known about this ancient city.
  • Foto 2: Happy dreams of future accomplishments in the "cold, cruel world that awaits" seem to light the faces of four prospective March graduates. From the left. M. A. candinate Wilbert Muralzki, Rochelle Duber Foster, Carl Brown, and Bob McDonald, all B. A. candidates.

Página 2

  • Presenting Mexico
  • Possibility Of Special Aid For MCC Foreign Language Students
  • Orgy Substituted For Artistry In Bestseller
  • Heralded Booli Leads Reader To Feel Sense Of Futility
  • Acapulco Meet Seen As Historical Event

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Easter week in Mexico : Traditionally, Easter is one of the most important seasons in many regions of Mexico, with special stress placed on Holy Thursday and Good Friday.

Página 3

  • Columnist Alexander Guest Lecturer Here
  • Horcasitas Gives Talk At University Club
  • Paloma Gaos Wins Top Prize In Second Annual Delta Mu Raffle
  • Pablo Casals Regresa A Mexico

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: On the Mexico City College campus is well-known columnist Holmes Alexander (second from right) who recently addressed the MCC student body. Also shown (left to right) are Bill Sherman, alumnus of the local college; and Dr. John Elmendorf, vice president.
  • Foto 2: Representatives of the Comité Ejecutivo of the Asociación de Profesores Universitarios de México and members of the MCC faculty lunched together on campus recently in order to establish closer ties with the National University and MCC. Members of the MCC faculty group shown above are, al extreme left, Fernando Horcasitas and, standing at right. Ed Howell, Ángel González and Enos Wicher. Also present at the meeting, but not shown above, were Dr. John Elmendorf, Dr. James Sheilds, Dr. Frank Savage, and Dr. Lorna Stalford. Representatives attending the luncheon from the National University were Lic. Augustín Hernández, Lic. Héctor Ouiroga; Dr. Víctor Grijalva, Dr. Mauel Chavarria, Dr. Luis Pérez and Ing. Miguel Echeverría.
  • Foto 3: Smiles are in order as the lucky winner, Pam Gaos, on the right, accepts her prize from Elena Quijada, bursar.

Página 4

  • Delta Mu Celebrates First Anniversary
  • Fraternity Reviews Year's Work

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Delta Sig Rose from Michigan State, Dorothy Spencer, is now studying in Mexico City College posible candidate for the seme honor on this campus.
  • Foto 2: All fraternities have pledges, and all pledges go through the pains of service to a "higher cause". With Delta Mu pledges, the higher cause is the Collegian on paper-folding day. Hard at work (left to right) are Sal Uranga, Bruce Wilson, Tom Gibson and Andy Esquivel.
  • Foto 3: Professional business meetings form a regular part of Delta Mu's program. Business Committee Chairman Ralph Myer gives his attention to guest speaker John Servier, vice-president of H. Steele, S. A.
  • Foto 4: Delta Mu has its serious side, and service to the community takes priority in its activities, as at this posada given last year for the children of the Escuela Libertad. The fraternity joined with the Wives' Club to provide fun and presents for 25 children.

Página 5

  • Delta Mu Celebrates First Anniversary
  • Fraternity Reviews Year's Work

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Joe La Cascia was Delta Mu's first president, and guided it throuth its formative months. When Joe left MCC, Dean Woods (left) took, over the job, and is still serving his term of office. Between them, they have seen the group grow from a small, unassociated fraternity to the first and only Latin American chapter of one of the United States' largest business fraternities.
  • Foto 2: The kermesse on the terrace livened up the summer of '58. Frat members Jim Cordoba (right) and Ray Ball lure students to the ''Wheel of Fortune".

Página 6

  • Intellectual Stagnation Threatens Thinking
  • Acapulco Meet Seen...
  • Prof Evaluates Various Literary Works
  • Principal Sees Value Of Teaching Spanish

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Sketching at Tlacolula proves interesing not only to Jack Natkin, but also to the villagers.
  • Foto 2: A first grader again, at least as far as Spanish is concerned, Frank Tonrs hopes to introduce the teaching of the leguage in the elementary school of which he is principal in Darien, Connecticut.

Página 7

  • Ethnic Dancer Shifts From Stage To Study
  • Grads In Maryland
  • 'Oldsters' Add Color, Vigor To College
  • Future Finance. Minister Tallis About Problems Of Middle Eas,
  • News Service Quotes MCCer

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: All the essence of India seems caught in one fragrant moment of artistic endeavor by Nancy Lee Markscn shown illustrating a movement in an East Indian dance.
  • Foto 2: In keeping with MCC tradition, old and young alike are mixing harmoniously again this quarter. Above are a few of the "fortyish'· students who have become one of the school's special traits. Left to right standing; Maynard Clayton, Jewel Ziegemeier. Albert Loving, and Frank Tonis. Seated are Una Tonis and Francis Christian
    de Brand.
  • Foto 3: Abdu Razak Sulaiman

Página 8

  • Teams Tie As Pinmen Near Finish
  • All Stars No Match For Aztecs In Lop Sided Basketball Tally
  • Niners Cop Slamhang Tilt Of Wild Action
  • No Place Like Home On Range, Says MCC Cowhand Doug Mann

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: All eyes are on the hopeful reclining player before umpire gives signal in MCC softball game. The Aztecs made their own breaks in recent play to take three out of their last five games
  • Foto 2 : Looking to the horizon and fondly remembering wing cattle, purple sunsets, and 14 foot alligators is freshman student Doug Mann, who plans to return to the range next year. Portable radios and jeeps may be new mechanical innovations to ranch life but Doug declares that many remnants of the Old West still prevail in cowboy life which are dear to the heart of the Floridian cowpuncher.
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