Mexico City Collegian The American College South Of The Border
Vol. 14, No 4.
Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.
jueves 26 de enero, 1961
- Elmendorf Takes Position At Brown
- MCC Science EffortsTo Be Aided By Fund
- Club Features One-Man Shows
- Delta Mu Wins Efficiency First By Perfect Score
- Caso Gets National Award
- Enrollment Shows 45 U. S. States Represented
- Former Editor Replaces Sherman
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: New Horizon Dr. John Elmendorf will leave Mexico soon to accept a post as vicepresident of Brown University.
- Foto 2: A Final Detail James Young, Tlacuilo Art Club member, prepares his one-man show now being held in the Salocito VII.
- Foto 3: Winning TeamDiscussing their first place roting in the national Delta Sigma Pi fraternity contest for efficiency are some of the members of MCC's Delta Mu chapter. Left to right are Miguel de Villar, Pepe Meehan, Roger Smith, Elmer Bowington, Earl Chumney, Vincent Julian, and Chuck Bradley.
- Foto 4: Pride Of The NAationAlfonso Caso was recently awarded the National Award of Arts and Sciences.
- Foto 5: Signing InBeing helped by Josefina Garza, assistant registrar, in the registration process are (left to right) Lyn Miller, Ohio; Sharon Gross, Tennessee; Toby Mazier, Georgia; Joan Irwin, Michigan; and, in back, Mel Hering, Oregon.
- Code Rules Conduct In Student Mexico
- Dr. P. V. Murray Reviews Trip To States, College Play, New Books
- Presenting Mexico
- Goverment Control Of Drug Prices Discussed
- Travel Higlights Beth Pickton's Life
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: Dr. Murray
- Foto 2: Bangkok, Bogota, And MCCBeth Pickton, MCC's Stafford Memorial Fellowship winner, talks about several reasons why she plans to be in Mexico for a while.
- Foto 3: Jess Dowdy
- MCCCourse Enlightens Executives
- Profs Speak At lnstittute
- From India, Parekh Practices Non-Violence
- Woodsman Frowns On Cities
- Paddock To Teach In San Francisco
- N ew Students Hold '3-2' Scholarships
- Two Major Scheduled For Art Exhibits This Term
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: No Meat Vijay Parekh follows beliefs of Join religion, a purported offshoot of Hinduism
- Foto 2: Blue SkiesBleok skies ore for behind for these W QIM s tudents shown here in o discussion group with Dr. James B. Tharp, program director for sixteen years. In the back row, left to right, ore Carolyn Groynom, group secretary; Judith Sterling; Fran Groschinski; and Juanita Channel. The lost three mentioned are winners of the annual WQIM scholarship award. In the front row are George Ridenour, president of the group; and Robert McGee, vicepresident and scholarship winner.
- Foto 3: Outdoor Man - A native of the Olympic peninsula, Joe McConky misses the vast wilderness of his home.
- Foto 4: Young ScientistsNew students studying at MCC under the " 3-2" science scholarship program are (left to right): Elisa Poza, Conrod Murguía, Rey Elizondo, and Salvador Zarco. Three of the grants were donated by Pepsi Cola ond one by Ron Costillo.
- World Hike Keeps Runner In Shape
- MCC Hoopsters Defeat Colegio Patria 49-41
- Government Control...
- Aztecas Drop Game 13-0
- ''King Pin'' Italianos Take Bowling Title
- Adam And Grace Win Fencing Trophies
- Varied Sports Open To MCC Program
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: On their wayMCCcagers having taken their first win of the season appear ready for another. Standing left to right, are Lother Brautigam, Sam Italiano, John Rahman, and Tony Dorta. In front are Joe Superfisky, Coach Johnson, and Leopoldo Negrete.
- Foto 2: Travel KingPeter Kershaw, a "champ" in world travel,track, and snowshoeing, plans a quiet future as an orchard grower in his home town of Medford, Oregon.
- Foto 3: Sally Lanham
- Foto 4: David Loater
- Foto 5: ToucheDuelists poiring off in recent MCC fencing tournament
are shown left to right, Jerry Dixon and Bob Adam. Keeping a close watch is Charles Buffington, bout director.