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 7.

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

jueves 27 de abril, 1961

Página 1

  • New Committees Being Organized
  • González And Solá To Lecture In U.S.
  • Arts Forum To Convene
  • Dr. Murray To Retire MCC President Will Leave College May 1
  • Santamaría Etchings Go On Display Today
  • Booth Takes Council Post

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: To Lecture In The U.S.—Spanish language and literature professors Angel González Arauzo and María Solá de Sellares will participate in the Foreing Language Institutes program to be held in the United Stateds during July and August.
  • Foto 2: Retirement Announced—Dr. Paul V. Murray, co-founder of the Mexico City College with Dr. Henry L. Cain in 1940, and president of the College since 1953m has announced that he will retire from the presidency of MCC on May 1.
  • Foto 3: Colombian Artist's Exposition—Silva Santamaría's one man show of etchings, "Man Against Man," is currently on view in the Saloncito VII on the MCC campus.

Página 2

  • Space Age Must Not Be Ruled By Rivalry
  • Naked, Not Dead, Mailer Throws Book At Reader
  • Dramatist-Prof Posner Probes Beneath Surface
  • Crucial Aspects Of Laos Crisis Viewed

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Feria de San Marcos

Página 3

  • Distinctive Mexican Zoo Dates From Days Of Aztec Empire
  • Savage Back From Texas
  • '62-'64 Catalog In Preparation
  • Dr. Finninger Leaves To Complete Internship
  • Marilú Wins Photo Prizes
  • Dean Stafford Elected VP
  • Mexico City Residents Dominate Enrollment
  • Merle Wachter Named Plastic Arts Director

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: In Xanadu—did Moctezuma a stately pleasure dom decree... MCCers marvel at part of a zoological collection that was stablished over four centuries ago by the Aztec emperor Moctezuma. Amidst luxuriant, fountain-sprayed gardens he gathered together over 250 wild animals from all parts of his vast empire, thus founding what might be considered to be the oldest zoo in the world.
  • Foto 2: Paging Doctor Paul—MCC grad student Paul Finninger has done a lot to dispel myths about psychiatrists. He is equally at home at the pingpong table or beside the couch.
  • Foto 3: What A Grind!—Dave Lipsky (left foreground) sympathizes with cute co-ed Judy Palmberg. In the background fellow students (from left to right) Linda Lee, David Hopps, and Carolyn Kuyper look to Pauline Brake, secretary to the dean of admission, for assistance in the process of registration.
  • Foto 4: Busy Days Ahead—Merle Wachter is shown here in his office marking his calendar, since he will be busier than ever with his added duties as Director of Plastic Arts at the Instituto México-Norte Americano de Relaciones Culturales.

Página 4

  • Pongdongers Take Challenger's Trophy
  • MCC Edged In Overtime
  • Bullfight Terminology Rooted In Tradition
  • Big League Stars Expose True Selves

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: League Leader—Showing the style that led to his high game of 253 is Mike Bermúdez, winner of the coveted "High Game" trophy presented to him by the El Bol Silverio bowling alleys.
  • Foto 2: Ole! Ole!—Caught up in the drama of the bullfight and well on their way to becoming enthusiastic fans are MCC students (left to right) John Sevier, Bob Hyckes, Mary Davis, Linda Caithers, Paul Price, and Gary Harvey.
  • Foto 3: Trophy Takers—The Pongdongers, winners of last term's bowling race are shown left to right (seated) Joe Houchin, Byron Johnson, (standing) Dave Peterson, Gary MacQuiddy and Rudy Manzo.
  • Foto 4: Toro!—The Venezuelan matador, César Girón, is shown preparing to make a pass known as the derechazo, in a recent corrida at the Plaza México.
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