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 5.

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

jueves 16 de febrero, 1961

Página 1

  • Leading U.S. Pianist To Give Concert
  • Bustamante Joins Frissell Council
  • Council Spurs
  • 35 On Dean's List; Hellinger Pilch, Tempest For Sixth Time
  • Garcia Lorca Tragedy To Take College Stage
  • Former MCC Grad Edits Publication

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Council In Action—On the road to civic responsibility and good citzenship are members of MCC's Student Council, seen discussing current school problems and the future of MCC. Left to right, Jomes Wolf, recording secretary; Bobbie Hopkins, corresponding secretory; Bill Douglas, president; Poul Booth, vice president; Dick Davitt, secretary treasurer.
  • Foto 2: Famous Scientist—Dr. Miguel Bustamante has agreed to serve on the advisory council of the MCC-owned Frissell Museum In Oaxaca.
  • Foto 3: Places, everyone—Jim Jordan (extreme left) directs his cast in Poet's Voice forthcoming production "Blood Wedding." Shown from left to right: Eduardo Robson, as the father; Nora Eisenbach, as the mother-in low; Marty Whiteman, as the bridegroom; Patricio Martz, as the bride; and Ida Lanese, who takes the part of the mother.

Página 2

  • Around The Galleries
  • Campus Library Stocks Books Of Rare Interest
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Winter Quarter Students Discuss Views
  • Institution Of MCC Points To Future
  • Now Is Time For Mature Reflection

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Finals Approach—Fred Burt (background) and Harvey Stanton make use of the ever-growing library facilities at
    MCC. Under the able leadership of Mary Parsons and Roberto Gordillo the library has come a long way in only twenty years.
  • Foto 2: The Race
  • Foto 3: B. Baumgardner
  • Foto 4: Bette Rossen
  • Foto 5: Eart Veits

Página 3

  • Attractive Bursar Recalls Early Days
  • Mexico Inspires Teacher-Dramatist Posner
  • Five Students In ''Caine Mutiny''
  • Bernal Instructing At Harvard Univ.
  • Belkin Wins Design Award

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: A Moment's Reflection—Richard Posner, instructor of English brings good news back from New York. During a recent three months leave of absence he was able to secure an option for a Broadway production on his play "In Dark Places."
  • Foto 2: Petite Efficiency—María Elena Quijada, bursar of Mexico City College, presents a businesslike exterior to those she meets while at her desk, yet also is on attractive, warm person. She recalls numerous humorous incidents regarding the early days of the college.
  • Foto 3: In The Field—Dr. Ignacio Bernal is currently directing a seminar in Mesoamerica at Harvard University.

Página 4

  • Ohio Golfer Tees Off For Future
  • Bull Fight Season Now Under Way
  • Hoopsters Take Game In Second Half Rally
  • Four MCC Aztecas Chosen To Play In All Star Game
  • MCC Third In League
  • Lost Dog
  • Campus Library...

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1:Olé— ln. a recent corrida, a matador in hopes of a trip around the ring, is shown manuvering the bull with inches to spare. The passive observers an horseback are the picadors waiting to test the courage of "El Toro."
  • Foto 2: Warming Up–Gary Garson, Ohio State golf champ, swings for a future in the professional circuit.
  • Foto 3: Five Hundred Pesos–This is the reward offered by Al Nicholson for any information which would help him locate his Dalmatian, " Duke," who has been missing seven months.
  • Foto 4: All Stars—Don Brazil and Rudy Manzo are two of the four MCCers chosen by the Metropolitan league to play in its Annual 'Al I-Star game. Absent when the picture was taken are Phil Grace and Sammy Altobelli.
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