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 5.

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

jueves 28 de enero, 1960

Página 1

  • College Co-Sponsors Record Anthropological Conference
  • Accreditation Value Stressed By Murray
  • WQIM Increases Winter Quarter Enrollment To Over 900 Mark
  • Andy Esquivel Heads New Student Council
  • Middle Management Course To Be Directed By Clark

Pies de Foto

  • At the Mexico City College exhibit at the fifty-eighth annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, John Paddock, co-chairman of the MCC anthropology department, (right) and Frederick Peterson, MCC graduate, discuss Peterson's recently-published book, Ancient Mexico. Peterson's book is currently on sale at the campus book store.
  • Engrossed in filling out program cards are a number of newly arrived winter quarter students. From left to right, Liz Freeman, Seattle; Roma Sims, Cleveland; Lynda Levison, Columbus; Les Harter, Memphis; and Si Thimes, Columbus.
  • Seeming to meditate on the responsibilities of having the highest executive position of the student body, Andy Esquivel (extreme left) holds council with members of his cabinet -- Gail Conrad, recording secretary; Jorge Manrique, vice president; and Víctor Calderón, treasurer.

Página 2

  • Wisest Approach Is Give And Take Best
  • Death Of Students Mourned By College
  • Responsibility Challenges Today's Young Painter By Toby
  • MCC Expresses Gratitute To Friends For Interest

Pies de Foto

  • Joysmith
  • Famous the world over are the butterfly nets which the fishermen use on Lake Patzcuaro, one of Mexico´s most beautiful bodies of water in the state of Michoacan. When seen way out of the lake through an early morning mist, the boats seem to float just above the level of the water, and the nets appear to flutter like a butterfly's wings. Shaped from bamboo, across which the net is taughtly stretched, they soar out towards either side of the boat, the fishermen sitting between them. On special holidays the different villages bounding the lake decorate the wings with garlands of flowers for a parade across the lake. In Tzintzuntzan, one of the lake villages, a fisherman decorates his nets while his wife and child look on.
  • Dr. Murray

Página 3

  • Dr. Weckmann Put On OAS Committee
  • Segovia ReceivesGrant From U.S.
  • Dr. Greenleaf To Have Book Published Soon
  • Five Mexican Students Receive Scholarships

Pies de Foto

  • Dr. Luis Weckmann
  • Scholarship recipient Rafael Segovia contemplates the research project he will undertake with his grant received from the United States Embassy.
  • Hard at work making plans for the quarter are the new LAES officers Gay Conrad (seated), secretary; George Fenton, treasurer; and Tom Fleck, president. Alicia Torre, not shown, has been appointed acting vice-president to replace December grad Harry Van Bargen until elections are held next month.

Páginas 4 y 5

  • Young Men And The Sea
  • Coasts Of Mexico

Pies de Foto

  • Charles Golodner has just reeled in a hundred-pund sailfish. A real fighter, the sailfish is hard to hook. Once you've hooked him, he may jump a dozen times, changing color as he sails through the air.
  • All aboard for a day of deep-sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico! Hopes high for a big catch, MCC students Gene Bardwell, Clark Penn, Charles Golodner, and Tom Fleck are on their chartered ship at Tampico.
  • Yellowtail are popular catches at Tampico. Weighing between 10 and 15 pounds, they put up a game battle and keep the day interesting between tarpon nibbles. Tom Fleck shows a fine specimen here.
  • Tarpon are the big catch at Tampico. Weighing up to 150 pounds, the tarpon is a match for any fisherman. Gene Bardwell fought the one on his line here for two and a half hours -- and lost him. This tarpon pulled the ship twenty miles in its struggle.
  • Time out for lunch. Gene Bardwell and Charles Golodner relax after a morning in the fighting chair and enjoy a bite to eat with the captain.
  • With skill, patience and luck, you can end a day's outing with a haul like this. Charles Golodner, Gene Bardwell, and Tom Fleck pose proudly by their sailfish on the dock at Acapulco.

Página 6

  • Foremost Sculptor Returns To Campus
  • Ex-Cowboy Handles Shakespeare, Bulls
  • Arty Maze Gives Traumas
  • Sales Exec Program Offered

Pies de Foto

  • Foremost Mexican sculptor, Germán Cueto, assists Al D'Angelo in constructing a stone mosaic. Cueto is back in the MCC Art Center after a year's sick leave.
  • Jack Of All Trades Laurens Perry, who lists ranching and bullfighting among his many former vacations, hopes to teach history following his August graduation.

Página 7

  • Ex-Seaman Zaragoza Primes For Politics
  • Traveled Inventor Explains Skewer
  • Smith In Havana In U.S. Foreign Service
  • College Co-Sponsors

Pies de Foto

  • Expert pottery decorator, Maximino Zaragoza, is at MCC in preparation for studying international law at the National University. He wants to contribute all he can to the betterment of his country -- Mexico.
  • "Cubans have a basic nobility," says Wayne Smith, shown with his wife, Roxana. Smith is Third Secretary and Vice-Consul of the American Embassy in Havana.
  • Les Harter

Página 8

  • Pins Fall In Opener
  • Aztecas Blast Out 43 Runs For Two Wins
  • Netmen Prep For Matches
  • Del Olivar Proves Surprise Sensation At Action Packed Queretaro Festival
  • Hoopsters Ready For Tournaments
  • Varsity Bowlers Warming Up For Hot Keg Season

Pies de Foto

  • Gene Bardwell
  • Softballers: (From left to right kneeling) James Bingham, Bill Hool, Larry Wall, Ray Reynard. (Back row, left to right) Bill Freitag, James Wolfe, "Country" Ken Postert, Al Nicholson, Lado Calderón.
  • A sparkling Veronica by Antonio Del Olivar, executed on the noble astrado of Santa María, "Estudiante". The youthful torero proved himself the outstanding "sword" of the traditional Querétaro feria.
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