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 8.

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

jueves 10 de marzo, 1960

Página 1

  • College Artists Exhibit In Unique Outdoor Show
  • Thirty Candidaters To Receive Degrees At End Of Quarter
  • Poet's Voice Presents Shaw Satire Today
  • No Late Examinations Without Valid Excuse

Pies de Foto

  • Pensive artist -- Manuel Hernández exhibits his works on the sidewalk surrounding Colonia Cuauhtemoc's parque del Sullivan every Sunday. The show, which is sponsored by the Mexican National Youth Institute, has been running for five consecutive years.
  • Sidewalk exhibition -- Mario Pérez (above) discusses his works with some interested browsers, while Bob Liikala (extreme right) waits for buyers after having set up his canvases at their unique outdoor show.
  • Efforts rewarded -- Among the twenty students who are candidates for their B.A. degrees this quarter are from left to right: Robert Cutler, Thomas Fleck, Jon Benn, James Graham, Paul Hendrix, Estelle de Keller, Robert Stickland, Donald Hartman, and George Fenton, Jr.

Página 2

  • Appeal To Sanity In crossing, Driving.
  • Nativistic Movement Told By Hobgood
  • Public Relations Aspect Of WQIM Is Stressed
  • Psychology Poses Threat
  • Murray Comments On Tour Justice

Pies de Foto

  • Puebla of the Angels
  • Dr. Murray

Página 3

  • Magazine Looks For Material
  • Student Group To Review MCC Request
  • College Artist Holds One Man Show At City Gallery
  • New Course Praised By Exec

Pies de Foto

  • Visiting editor -- M. D. Elevitch, fiction editor of Audience, checks the work of an aspiring author while visiting the Writing Center. Elevitch, who is presently working on a novel of his own, is combining a vacation trip to Mexico with public-relations and scouting work for his magazine. Audience is a literary quarterly originally published in England.
  • Top brass -- Recent visitors to the campus, two Singer executives confer with some of the faculty chiefs and Robert Lawton, a Singer trainee in the Middle Management course. Lawton will go on the company's South American headquarters in Medellin, Colombia, upon completion of his work here. Shown (left to right) are Lawton; William Rodgers, head of the Foreign Trade Center; Henry Davidson, Manager of Singer in Mexico City; C. Birsh, Regional director of the Latin American Department of the company; and David Clark, director of the Middle Management Course.

Páginas 4 y 5

  • The Lost Ships Of Cortés And An Early Christian City

Pies de foto

  • The quiet waters and roling sands of Quiahuistlan held such an attraction for Cortés that the conquistador built a city at this beautiful spot in the state of Veracruz. Somewhere under these waters and dunes are the remains of Cortés' small fleet which took him to the shores of Mexico.
  • Old, but how old? Morris Richardson examines a plank from an old ship found on the beach at Quiahuistlan, Veracruz.
  • Diving for lost treasure.
  • "They must be out there. No, they're over there!" David Wiley (center) and Bill Douglas (far right) draw different conclusions from their map drawn on the sand of the beach at Quiahuistlan, meant to show the spot where Cortés' ships lie. Morris Richardson (far left), William Swezay, next to Richarsdon, and James Jordan (standing) join in the attempt to solve the puzzle.
  • Perched high on the hill shown in the background is the city of Quiahuistlan. Nearby are the ruins of what may be the first Christian city founded on the American continent; Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz. It was in the bay which the city overlooks that Cortés sank his ships.

Página 6

  • Gabby Goes For Silk Simplicity And Skis
  • "New" Students End Ten Years' Absence
  • Coffee Break Costs Plenty

Pies de Foto

  • Skis and silk -- Fashion Design student Gabriella Meyer-Ziotti proves that feminity and fragility do not always go together. Art and sports are well-balanced interests of this young lady born in Rome.
  • Tough luck -- Bill Kerby muses over the stroke of fate which deprived him of G. I. Bill benefits by 10 hours.
  • "Howdy" -- Edwin Suterhall (left) and Albert Seltzer are shown meeting for the first time in the Mexico City College campus, although both attended the college ten years ago.

Página 7

  • WQIM Student Works As State Senate Clerk
  • Ex-Marine Launches Local Screen Debut
  • Dr. Tharp Will Head Tour

Pies de foto

  • Double Barrell -- When not attending college, political science major David Barrell spends his vacations working as clerk in the New York State Senate.
  • El desarraigado -- Rudy Altenhoff, who has been a marine, photographer, newspaper reporter and athlete, adds to these accomplishments the role of movie star.

Página 8

  • Netters Net Draw In Junior Club Struggle
  • Jinnett's Clutch Hit Wins For Softballers
  • Decline Of Bullfighting Blamed On Imperfection
  • Three MCC Keglers To Compete In Local Television Bowling Challenge
  • Cagers Drop Two In Texas Tourney

Pies de Foto

  • Forehand shot -- Frank Ditter, a mainstay on the tennis team this year, shows excellent form as he attempts to return the ball over the net. Ditter is heavily counted upon to lead the netters next quarter-
  • Fourth place -- Glenn Beaudry rolled a 196 average to qualify for the TV challenge.
  • Fifth place -- Al Jackson shows the fine form that qualified him for the big tournament.
  • Tenth place -- Bob Miranda's 191 average assured him of a qualifying spot.

 

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