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

Vol. 13, No 9.

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

jueves 28 de abril, 1960

Ver ejemplar del jueves 28 de abril, 1960 en formato PDF (8 páginas).

Página 1

  • Indonesian Diplomat To Inaugurate Art Exhibit
  • Search Goes On For Rose Of Delta Sig
  • Poet's Voice Reads Masters To Moderns
  • Student Trip Includes Mitla Returns
  • Dr. Stafford Honored

Pies de Foto

  • Native art -- Soedono Prowirodirdjo appears with some of the items of his embassy's collection, from which a good part of the exhibition here at the college is drawn.
  • Inspection tour -- The Mitla ruins in Oaxaca will undergo a thorough review by Mexico City College students on their forthcoming tour. Mitla offers perhaps the best example of the intricate greca architectural design in Mesoamerica.

Página 2

  • Lincoln's Thoughts Still Influence Us
  • Romantic Philosophy Seen As Threat To Mankind
  • Education System Being Revaluated

Pies de Foto

  • Dr. Murray
  • Butterworth

Página 3

  • Elmendorf Returns From Trip To U.S.
  • Writers' Contests Offer Money Prizes
  • Tlacuilo Club Elects Officers For Term
  • Hosts Businessmen

Pies de foto

  • Fly bu nighters -- Vice.president John V. Elmendorf (second from right) is shown boarding the plane for his recent visit to the U.S. Making the trip with Dr. Elmendorf were (left to right) Aureliano Torres, president of the Mexico City Hotel Association; Carlos Ibarguen, president of the Mexico Travel Association; Mauricio de la Cruz, publicity executive; Miguel Guajardo, president of the Acapulco Hotel Association; and Lic. Alfonso García González, Mexican Minister of Tourism.
  • New officers -- The recently elected officers of the student council gather around President Laurens Perry (seated). From left to right: Víctor Calderón, treasurer; Gay Conrad, recording secretary; Rob Maston, parliamentarian; Nancy MacGregor, corresponding secretary; Bill Hopkins, vice-president.

Páginas 4 y 5

  • Poets View A Multiplicity

Página 6

  • Garrulous Feline Exposes Past Lives
  • Mexican Holidays To Liven Coming Week
  • Manager Discusses Bookstore

Pies de Foto

  • Cat call -- Moo, one-time Egyptian, now MCC gad-about, likes the campus atmosphere.
  • No refunds -- Hetty Alvarez takes a break from the heavy crowds at the beginning of the quarter.

Página 7

  • Joysmith Appears In British Anthology
  • Annual Art Exhibit At Institue Gallery

Pies de foto

  • Studies volume -- Toby Joysmith looks through the anthology in which his short story appears. This is the second time the prize-winning story has been included in a collection of "bests".
  • Early bird -- Mrs- Richard Henderson (left) takes "early registration" seriously for the six month-old son Richard Jr., while across the table Margaret Matlock, Theresa Cady and Joelle Louat de Bort (left to right) assiduously fill out their spring quarter registration cards.

Página 8

  • Ladrones, Vampires Tied In Intramurals
  • Six Aztecas Chosen For All Star Games
  • Stakes Set High In Ancient Aztec Game, Either Win Or Be Sacrificed
  • 1960 Outlook: Giants And Indians Will Win Pennants

Pies de Foto

  • Champs -- Steady team bowlng throughout the past winter quarter gave the Big Boppers the Intramural League Championship. (From left to right, standing) Gene Bardwell, Glenn Beaudry, Bob Miranda. (Front row, left to right) Bill McGill, Bob Chappell.
  • Ancient gridiron -- Workmen are shown unearthing part of an ancient athletic court at Yagul outside the city of Oaxaca.
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