Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

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

Vol. 14, No 2.

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

miércoles 23 de noviembre, 1960

Página 1

  • Fine Arts Committee Makes Drama Plans
  • Student Council Revises Chartes, Calls Election
  • Enforce Rules For U.S. Cars
  • Fraternitas Award Given Cain, Martinez del Rio
  • Noted Archeologist Will Direct Board

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Nobel Prize Play— "Six Characters in Search of An Author" by Luingi Pirandello is slated for production on the afternoons of December 5 and 6 in the college theater. Shown rehearsing (from left to right) are cast members Ida Lanese, Guy Clark, co-director Tom Gimore, Stan Hall, Jerry Greenwood, Betty Mendelsohn, Kathleen Greenwood, Ed Oldenburger and co-director George Sydney.
  • Foto 2: Noted Educator— Dr. H. L. Cain, was awarded a 1960 MCC Fraternitas Award today.
  • Foto 3: Writer and Scholar— Dr. Pablo Martínez del Río, was co-recipient of the Fraternitas Award at MCC this morning.
  • Foto 4: Distinguised Archeologist— Dr. Alfonso Caso, has accepted a position as Advisory Board Director of MCC's regional affiliate, the Frissell Museum of Zapotec Art.

Página 2

  • Passing Of Great Scientist Mourned
  • Ass't Dean Of Admissions Discusses Theory Of Human Communications
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Dr. Murray Proposes More MCC-Type Schools
  • Around the Galleries

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: D. Sanboni
  • Foto 2: Mamacita
  • Foto 3: Dr. Murray

Página 3

  • Students Dedicate Show To Artist Lola Cueto
  • Honor Educators...
  • Joysmith Art Now Showing
  • Poet's Voice Presents 'Don Juan In Hell'
  • Collegian Rates High With ACP
  • Elmendorf Visits Ford Foundation

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Famed Mexican Artist— MCC professor of etching, Lola Cueto, one of Mexico's great artists, gives important pointers to students. Shown in graphics arts workshop, from left to right: Lola Cueto, Tom Gatts, Jay Rutherford, and Manuel Hernández.
  • Foto 2: All-American— Collegian staff members prepare to meet the deadline for another issue. Judging od the last issues brought to the Collegian awards are (left to right) standing: Ed Kowalski, Mel Lockey, and Doug Butterworth. In the foreground, leaning over the desk to the left are Stephanie Barnes, Barry Levin, and Bob Schwendinger. On the right, in the background, are Gerry Schwartz and Philip Cox. Sitting on the right are Kathleen Newsome and Ralph Sherman.
  • Foto 3: Satire On Life— Cast members rehearse "Don Juan in Hell," a Poet's Voice production to go on stage Friday. Left to right are Jack Natkin, Bobby Hopkins, and James Jordan.

Página 4

  • Oaxaca Past Reborn
  • MCCers Find More Ruins

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Alain Dessaint debates wheter to share his lunch with his hungry visitor during the noon break. Dessaint's expression gives a good indication of his ultimate decision on the matter.
  • Foto 2: Alain Dessaint (right) glumly waits for the summer afternoon rain to stop so he and the workers (left) can continue digging.

Página 5

  • Oaxaca Past Reborn
  • MCCers Find More Ruins

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: This odd arrow-shaped structure being excavated on t he left is only the second of its kind found in Mesoamerica. A drawing of its architectural plan is shawn directll below. The resemblance of this building to the "observatory' at Monte Alban can be seen by camparing the drowing below to the one unde r it from Monte Albán. Below to the left is a three-dimensional sketch of the Monte Albán "obsevatory."
  • Foto 2: Bill Douglas (right foreground carefully hands Alain Dessoint (left) a meticulously uncovered broken artifact from the pit Douglas is working in. Note the brush in Douglas' right hand, which is used to clear dirt from the artifact before taking it from the place it was found.
  • Foto 3: Ojus Malphurs goes through the painstaking routine of separating every speck of dirt fram his discovery before removing it from its position. Each object is measured in situ according to its location befare it is taken fram its place .
  • Foto 4: Charles Wicke (left) reads his light meter in order to take a picture of the stratigraphic wall marked off into squares by string. The stratigraphy shows up much better when the sun's rays do not shine on the wall directly standing on right is David Lynn.

Página 6

  • President Discusses Emerald Isle
  • I.C.A. Expert Teaches Records Management
  • Much Traveled Polish Beauty Finds Mexico Comparable to Old World
  • Alice Murray Will Wed

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: One Man Shows— Three members of the Tlacuilo Art Club are holding individual shows in Saloncio VII this term. From left to right are Robert Meade, whose group of semiabstracts are currently on display; Carl Swallow, who will exhibit 20 of his abstracts from December 5 to 16; and Nicholas Schlee whose drawings and sketches were recently shown and are reviewed in this issue by Toby Joysmith.
  • Foto 2: South American Bussinesswoman— Ecuador-born Ingrid Partmuss is lecturing at MCC this quarter on records management.
  • Foto 3: Pensive Miss— Green-eyed Eva Sypniewska, an international relations major at MCC, says of Mexico City, "Mexico has all the cosmopolitan flavor of old world cities that I have known."

Página 7

  • Coed Dispels Tunnel Rumor
  • Two AHS Graduates Given Scholarships
  • Artist Ray Achieves National Fame
  • Tuling Freed From Fate Of Iron Curtain

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Scholarship Winners—llleane Cadavel (left) and Maribeth Kauss were selected to receive the two annual MCC scholarships awarded to promising students from Mexico City's American High School.
  • Foto 2: Brave MCCer — Lea Larsen gropes through stygian darkness in search of mysterious tunnel.
  • Foto 3: Iron Curtain Escapee— Thomas Tuling, born in Russia, escaped at nineteen years of age and is now here preparing for further study in advanced international relations at John Hopkins University's extention in Bologna, Italy.
  • Foto 4: Famous Alumnus—Bob Ray with "Snow and the River", in front of his studio (to be!) at Taos, New Mexico, is today a much awarded artist who received his Master's Degree from MCC.

Página 8

  • Fencing Club To Be Formed
  • MCC's Aztecas Take First Win Of Season In 18-6 Slugfest
  • President Discusses...
  • Tennis Team Shows Talent
  • Bowlers Aim For Trophies
  • Dr. Murray Proposes...
  • Explorers Club Is Reorganized

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: On Guard—Jerry Dixon, instructor and student coach for the newly formed MCC fencing group shows excellent form in recent workout held on the student terrace.
  • Foto 2: Talking It Over— Team Captain Jacques Goueytes, Los Angeles, discussing recent workout with fellow team mate Philip Grace, Tucson, Arizona.
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