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 8.

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

jueves 11 de mayo, 1961

Página 1

  • Forty Achive Dean's List Honor
  • MCCers Take Part In Local Stage Plays
  • Winter Books Go To Library
  • German Ambassador To Give Lecture In Theater On Art
  • Poet's Voice To Present 'Under Milk Wood' Monday
  • College Hosts Businessmen
  • Prize Winners In Twelfth Art Show Announced

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Winning Smiles—Looking as if they had just won the National Lottery are five MCCer's who made the Dean's List. From left to right are Teresa Boles, Janet Fulmer, James Jordan, June Klaessig, and James Wolf.
  • Foto 2: Voice Of The Poet—Dan Moore will read the part of First Narrator and The Reverend Eli Jenkins in The Poet's Voice Monday presentation of "Under Milk Wood."
  • Foto 3: Art And Society—German Ambassador Dr. Richard Hertz will initiate the Seven Arts Forum lecture series in the college theater Tuesday.
  • Foto 4: Arty Set—Discussing the merits of MCC's Twelfth Annual Student Art Show are: (from left to right) Davis Cox, Stanley Wulff, Marcela Siezak, Carmen Miranda, Ralph Ayers, adn Julia Papiroff.

Página 2

  • Deadlines Cause Hectic Problems
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Archeologist Discusses His Field
  • Pennant Baseball Fever Brings Crystal Ball Gazes
  • Around The Galleries
  • Wilkie Given Assistantship

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Lake Patzcuaro

Página 3

  • Chapman College Coed Laus MCC
  • Campus Staff Treks To Guadalupe Shrine
  • Association Official Pays Courtesy Call
  • Ayers Of Livingston Emulates Stanley
  • Dean Lopez Back From Convention
  • Mrs. Foster Returns From Overseas Stay

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Four Hundred Years—Or four hundred centruries—an unimportant question for these faithful worshippers at the Holy Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, Patroness of all the Americas. The stones beneath their slowly moving knees have been smoothed and rounded by an unending procession of devout Catholics since the founding of the Basilica in 1531. Ora ProNobis—the murmured words fill the air.
  • Foto 2: Petite Ambassador—Prettu "Vicki" Verrinder is kept busy sending home good impressions of MCC. Among her many other activities, the enrgetic blond is in hopes of starting a Junior Year Program from Chapman College, where she spent her first two years.
  • Foto 3: "The Artist — As Observed By Himself." MCC grad student Ralph Ayers has led an interesting and varied life. Stage designer, farmer, cartoonist, Ralph is equally at home in all of these activities.

Página 4

  • Pongdongers Lead In Bowling Race
  • Past Decade Shows Big Bowling Upswing
  • Aztecas Slaughter Thor Softballers In A 32-2 Five Inning Landslide
  • Smokejumping Is Just Summer Job
  • Six MCCers On All Stars
  • Netmen Warm Up For Action
  • Two Tours Set This Quarter

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Concentration And Form—Grita Martin, one of the many MCC bowlers, hopes for a strike, in a recent meet at the El Bol Silverio.
  • Foto 2: Team Has All Stars—Shown here are the MCC Aztecas: Front row: (left to right) Dick Wilkie, Sam Altobelli, Rudy Manzo (coach), Phil Grace, and Glenn Nell. Back row: (left to right) Whitey Bingham, Roger Smith, Frank Iaquinto, Bruce Wilson, Lalo Calderón, Tom Delafleur, and Don Brazil. Chosen to play in the Mexican Softball League All-Star Game are Manzo, Grace, Brazil, Altobelli, with Latty Close (not pictured) and Iaquinto as alternates.
  • Foto 3: Smoke Jumper — Edward Guy is shown posing in front of a Ford tri-motor, a smoke-jumper's transportation.
  • Foto 4: Dressed And Ready—Edward Guy is prepared to leap into space on his way to a forest fire.
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