Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 14, No 10.

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

jueves 8 de junio, 1961

Página 1

  • Ambassador Mann To Speak At Commencement
  • New Embassy Head Knows Latin America
  • Essay By Ramón Xiran View Modern Thought
  • Committes Propose Changes To Trustees
  • Address Features Annual Ceremony
  • Three Day Examinations Scheduled This Quuarter

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: $$$—Student Council president Paul Booth (center) is shown handing over the MCC student body contribution to the United Community Fund to John Sevier (left), president of the American Society, while Donald Sanborn, assistant dean of admissions (right) presents the faculty donation. Faculty and student contributions to the United Community Fund Drive amounted to 1,534.85 pesos.
  • Foto 2: Guest Speaker—The Honorable Thomas C. Mann, United States Ambassador to Mexico, will deliver the commencement address at this year's graduation ceremony of the college. Mr. Mann brings wide experience to his new post in Latin America.
  • Foto 3: Firm Men—Among the guests at the recent businessmen's luncheon at MCC were (above, left to right) Alfred J. Torrey, managing director of Proveedora de Medicamentos, S.A., and member od MCC's Board of Trustees; Martin Watten, general superintendent of traffic for States Marine Lines of New York; Benjamin H. Beckhart, district traffic sales manager of Pan American Airways (Latin American Division); William Rodgers, director of MCC's Foreign Trade Centrer; and René Solís, of General Popo. Beckhart and Solís are graduates of Mexico City College.

Página 2

  • Foreign Residence Brings New Insights
  • Novels Highlight 'Good Reading'
  • MCC Moves With Changing World
  • Letters To The Editor

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Art Discovery By Bill Averell

Página 3

  • Cemetery Enthusiast Also Models Clothes
  • Council Loans Available To Student Body
  • Dave Warren To Attend Amerindian Convention
  • Joysmith Inaugurates New Show At Local Cultural Institute
  • Writing Center Spurs Talent
  • Students All Shook Up By Mysterious Blasts

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: It's A Bench–not a tombstone as Carolyn Nelson's friends might be led to believe. Carolyn finds the tranquil atmosphere of a cemetery an ideal place to think in peace.
  • Foto 2: Crossfire — Creative Writing Center members are shown discussing their work. Left to right around the table are chairman of the English department Professor Ted Robins, Jessica Wessler, Assistant Professor Jerry Olson, Richard Cohen, Coley Taylor, E. W. Bowinfton, Carl Doerner, Ed Woodard, John Revett, W.K. Hoistad, and Phoebe Redner.

Página 4

  • Stanford's Sports Head Visits MCC Campus
  • Pong Dongers Capture First Place Trophy
  • L.A. Gayou Speaks On Early Days Of Sports In Mexico At MCC Banquet
  • Wilson Pitches No-Hitter, Aztecas Take Second Place

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Visiting Celebrities—"Chuck" Taylor (left), former All-American from Satndord and 1951 "Coach of The Year", and E. B. Johnson, ex-Olympic skier, are seen chatting on campus.
  • Foto 2: Champs – Members of the championship bowling team seen left to righ: (seated) Joe Houchin, Baron Johnson, (standing) Dave Peterson, Gary MacQuiddy and Rudy Manzo.
  • Foto 3: Powerful Batter–MCC's oustanding player, Don Brazil is one of the most important men in the Azteca lineup.
  • Foto 4: A Brisk Backhand–Trophy-winning Jacques Coueytes demonstrates the style that has won him numerous meets.
  • Foto 5: On Guard—Seen parrying is Charles Buffington, winner of the outstanding fencer trophy.
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