Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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

Vol. 12, No 11.

Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.

jueves 16 de julio, 1959

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Página 1

  • Prof Helps Edit Booli On Scientific Studies
  • Second Pyramid Trip Scheduled For Saturday
  • Dr. Murray To Give Lectures In Puerto Rico
  • Close to 1,000 On Campus For Summer Session Study
  • History Of Painting Now On Exhibition
  • MCC Students Aid In Cornell Medical Tests
  • 'Time' Carries College Story

Pies de Página

  • Foto 1: Steering committee of the student council makes plans for this term's activities. Left to right are Dick Torres Tom Gibson, Andy Esquivel, and Gerry Luckow. Dean Price is not shown.
  • Foto 2: Enrolling for summer classes at MCC, a group of new students fill out the eternal cords. The registration figures showed a total of 994 students this quarter. And, for the first time in the history of the school, the number of women is almost equal to the number of men.
  • Foto 3: The 'Turista' problem is being discussed by Dr. B. H. Kean (left), Associate Professor of Tropical Medicine at Cornell University, Dr. Elizabeth L. Barrett, and Evelyn Haymaker who is one of the MCC students participating in the study being conducted on the campus.

Página 2

  • Whites Fear Dark Future In Africa
  • Mexico Loses Two Philosophers
  • Presenting Mexico
  • History Reveals Aztec Life
  • Beat Daddies Square Off MCC Menagerie
  • Letter To Editor

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Fiesta in Oaxaca : Once again Oaxaca will host the annual pre-harvest festival known as El Lunes del Cerro and its Novela, two Mondays of dancing, music and color. The first lunes will be on July 20, the second on the 27th. Representatives front the seven regions of the state come in to Oaxaca City to exhibit their regional costumes, dances and music.

Página 3

  • Harrison Chosen New Delta Sig President
  • Hungry Herman's Cash Prizes Go To Art Students
  • Screen Star Back From Stage Show
  • Peters Lands Job As Sales Manager
  • Sen. Morse Stresses College's Contribution Toward Good Will
  • H.K. Nye, s Novel ''Uncertain April'' Has Been Published By Dodd Mead
  • Former Director OF U.S. Archives Visitor At MCC
  • Cordoba Club Will Entertain College Students On Weekend Tour OF City

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Awarded gold keys for outstanding citizenship at the 15th annual commencement ceremony lost quarter were Deon Woods (left) and Bruce MacDonald. MacDonald also who awarded the annual scholarship key given by the Delta Sigma fraternity.
  • Foto 2: Bill Harrison
  • Foto 3: Senator Wayne Morse Democrat from Oregon, addresses the graduating students at the MCC June commencement exercises on the terrace. On the platform with Senator Morse are, left to right, William B. Richardson, Dr. J ohn Elmendorf, Dr. Lorna Stafford, Dr. Paul V Murray, Ambassador Robert Hill, Rev. Charles McKean, Dr. Henry L. Cain, Lie. Sanchez Mejorodo, and Miss Mildred Allen.
  • Foto 4: Dr. Roscoe R. Hill
  • Foto 5: At the University Club reception for Senator Wayne Morse are from left to right, Mrs. Dorothea Davis, Senator and Mrs. Wayne Morse, Elenita Murray, and Mrs. Carmen Rivas.

Página 4

  • Up Lazy River In Veracruz

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The knocking boat's motor gets a rest as MCCers find relief from the heat in the tepid upriver waters
  • Foto 2: The one-eyed boot captain doubles as chef as he prepares dinner without getting entangled in the swaying hammocks.
  • Foto 3: Thatched roof cottages on the head-waters of the river: Ageless life goes on in the beautiful solitude of the ranchos on the Río San Juan.

Página 5

  • Up Lazy River In Veracruz

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: River-booting in South-eastern Mexico: Mrs. Nancy Hrdlicka, Mike Johnson and Dick Wilkie sleep in the sun and watch animal life on the tropical palm shore.

Página 6

  • Brazilian Here Comments On Education In England
  • History Reveals...
  • Visiting Professors Widely Experienced
  • Dashing Blond Finds Right Track At MCC
  • Dean Recovers From Illness

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Maia describes MCC as "free" compared to his past schooling in England where one of the most distasteful tasks was chopping wood for the teachers' rooms. Though son of a Brazilian diplomat, Maia has spent very little time in his home country.
  • Foto 2: Visiting professors for the summer include (left to right); Mrs. Ruth Harmer, Frank Wight, Max Naas, and Richard Patee. Now shown is Miss Irene Iberg.
  • Foto 3: Pat Sutton

Página 7

  • Traveling Professor Visits Painted Indians
  • Mexico Loses Two...
  • Anthropologist Bastien Discusses OAS Cultural Development Program
  • Mural Illustrates Warsaw Uprising
  • Artistic Texan Finds Hemispherical Amity
  • Collegian Takes To Married Life

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A Seri woman shows the facial paintings for which her tribe is famous. The chance for a photo of the Seri is a rare occasion as they are constantly on the move and rarely deal with outsiders other than the few fish merchants in the area.
  • Foto 2: Dr. Remy Bastien
  • Foto 3: A small church was constructed by Jackie Johnson when she was a child in Jalisco. Now she's back in Mexico to study religious art.

Página 8

  • MCC Varsity Honored At Sports Fest
  • Mau Maus Swat Piojos On Final Night To Cop Intramural Crown
  • Basketballers Lose Opener At 'Y' 54-34
  • Aussies Vs. Mexico In Davis Cup Play
  • Bowlers Open Up Summer Tourney
  • Chapultepec Club Nets Netters Two Straight
  • Bowling Team Ends Season

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Pictured above is the 1959 varsity tennis team. Front row, left to right, Clark Penn, Phil Roseware, Ed Eglinton. Back row, left to right, Robert Story, Tony Dyer, Joe McNolly, and Coach "Doc" Lindley.
  • Foto 2: Tony Dyer
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