Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

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

Vol. 13, No 3.

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

viernes 27 de noviembre, 1959

Página 1

  • Prof Belkin Paints Prison Wall Mural
  • Garza To Represent MCC At Conference
  • College Election Ball Set For Next Friday
  • Actress Will Direct Play Next Quarter
  • New Science Scholarships Offered

Pies de Foto

  • Members of the Mexico City Chamber Singers, who will present a concert in the college theater on December 8, are front row (left to right) Milla Domínguez, Stanley Schmidt, Beverly Schmidt; back row, Fernando Ávila, Gene Gerzso, Simone Racotta, Noel Lindsay, and Ángel González.
  • Winner of the recently established Wright scholarship, José Garza will represent MCC at the annual SCONA conference to be held in Texas, from December 9 through 12.
  • Well known Mexico City industrialist, Milton P. Reynolds (extreme right) shown at a luncheon given for local executives at the Mexico City Country Club with (left to right) McNeill Stringer, Dr. Paul Murray and William Richardson.

Página 2

  • Does Poetic Trend Indicate New Era?
  • Gals Told Ways To Pick Men
  • Lewis Oils Excel In Color
  • Latin America Needs U.S. Study Centers

Pies de Foto

  • Lake Chapala
  • Dr. Sidney

Página 3

  • Rodgers Attends New York Meet
  • Xirau To Address Poet's Voice Group
  • Free Magazine Copies Will Be Distributed
  • Students Invited To European Pilgrimage
  • Pat Minette Lectures At Newman Club

Pies de Foto

  • Delta Sigma Pi pledges for this quarter are (left to right) front, John Appelgate, Vincent Julian; standing, Rubén Robles, George Fenton, Bill Johnson, Douglas Pawley, and Tom Fraley.
  • Philosophy Department head, Ramón Xirau, will lecture on "Main Trends of Contemporary Literature", in the theatre today. The Catalan poet is conducting two programs aunder the auspices of the Poet's Voice.

Páginas 4 y 5

  • Tripping Through Mexico
  • College Sponsors Tours

Pies de Foto

  • Death in the afternoon enacted by bull and banderillero, Lauren DeCou and Sidney Thurman. Amused by the impersonations are (left to right) Diane Clark, Frank Burnap and Carrie Lieb.
  • The architectural charm of the sixteenth century Monastery of San Agustín Acolman is the subject of conversation between these two MCC students, Robert Masten and Gerry Gustafson.
  • Despite the missing "bien" in the floral arch greeting, "bienvenidos", these students receive a whole-hearted welcome on board a chalupa at Xochimico. Left to right are Roy Vail, Nancy Manowski, Chuck Cell, LaRie Makinson, Robert Masten, Judy Schoffield and Dave Kensley.
  • "Only a hundred and ninety-nine steps to go", puffs Cynthia Jones to Kenneth Grey, as they climb to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun at San Juan Teotihuacán.
  • Lunch at the "Rancho del Artista", on the return from Xochimilco, is more than an opportunity to eat Mexican delicacies. These MCC students watch native dancers perform a traditional Aztec Indian dance.
  • "How much is that in American money?" wonder (left to right) Kathy Lehfeldt, Nancy Manowski, Larie Makinson and Nancy Nolan after sealing their bargain for lace mantillas at the Xochimilco market.
  • Three Californians, Stephen Heiner, Emil Wohl and Stanley Meston, are in front of the Shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico´s patron saint. The church was erected near the site where the Virgin appeared to Juan Diego.
  • Dwarfed by the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, awed students admire the two thousand year-old sculpture which decorates this classic edifice at San Juan Teotihuacán.
  • The interior of the church of San Agustín Acolman, founded by the Augustine order in 1539, impresses MCC students. The original murals appearing on the wall were destroyed by a flood up to a height of about eight feet.

Página 6

  • Canine's Comments Have Dogmatic Bite
  • Retirement Leads To Futhering Education
  • World Nomad Stops Here
  • New Bulletin Gives Changes
  • Four Ex-Students Work With Care

Pies de Foto

  • German Shepherd puppy bambina shows little interest in the proceedings as Jennifer Ryan interviews her on her canine attitude towards life and human beings.
  • Maude Yeatts
    part. Dig beneath the:r mask~ and find the real people and they're happy you did it."
  • The Neepers take an hour off to stroll around the campus and become acquainted with their new surroundings. They are here to study Spanish.

Página 7

  • Campus Writers Not Beatniks, Says Olson
  • College Life Differs In Japan And U.S. By Douglas
  • Security's Rut Doesn't Dominate Philadelphian

Pies de Foto

  • Enjoying one of the recent balmy afternoons with two students is Jerry Olson, who has taught Creative Writing, Journalism, and English here since 1951. Olson is a highly productive writer and has recently had a short story published in "Esquire" Magazine.
  • Nobou Mumoso
  • Taking a breather in the restaurant is Sally Brownell, Spanish major, who has done a great deal of traveling in her nineteen years. Sally believes that it is vitally important for one to spend his life pursuing his heart's desires, instead of reaching for higer income brackets.

Página 8

  • MCC Cagers Thump Politecnico, 43-42
  • 'Tenistas' Gain Split, Topplet At Tacubaya
  • "Blue Ribbon" Blonde Eyes Olympics, Hopes To Saddle Up For Uncle Sam
  • Mau Mau Blitzkrieg Wins Slim Pin Lead

Pies de Foto

  • Beauty and the beasts. The netters are (front row, left to right) John Day, Charles Golodner, and Frank Ditter; (back row, left to right) Clark Penn, Eva Lowgren, Coach "Doc" Lindley, Mike Henderson, and Dick Ledbetter.
  • Gerry Gustafson takes a four foot barrier in stride. This seventeen year-old horsewoman is riding her own jumper, "Irish". The two have won the Florida State Jumping Title the last five years in addition to placing in a number of national horse shows.
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