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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 14, No 11.

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

jueves 13 de julio, 1961

Página 1

  • Faculty And Administration Approve Reorganization Plan
  • Merle Wachter Brings To Light Important Work Of Colonial Art
  • Radio-Carbon Date Of 240 B.C. Given On Archeology Discovery
  • College Trips Offer Bargain
  • Anthropologist Wicke To Leave MCC For Arizona

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Hybrid art
  • Foto 2: Ambassador Featured
  • Foto 3: R.C. Date B.C.—Ojis Malphus, former MCC archeology student is shown carefully extricating the piece of charcoal from the "observatory" at Caballito Blanco which has been scientifically dated at 240 B.C.

Página 2

  • Summer In Mexico Creates Understanding
  • Collegian Replies To Criticism Of Policy
  • Mexican Cities Attract MCC Students
  • Ideals Are Corrupted By Semantics Chaos
  • Around The Galleries
  • Birch And Petersen Called Unreasonable

Pies de foto

  • Presenting Mexico By Marilú Pease

Página 3

  • Cultural Events Scheduled
  • Committee Acts For Council
  • Three Texas Priests Study At MCC
  • Pro Dancer Flips Wigs On Stage And Campus

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: New Students Meet—A buffet luncheon was recently held on the scenic terrace of MCC, to enable newly enrolled students to meet. Left to right are Lilia del Villar, Carmen Smutny, Héctor Rodríguez, all from Mexico City, and Peggy Hoff from Florida.
  • Foto 2: At The Wheel—Managing this summet's student council affairs are, left to right, Lalo Calderón, vice president; Jonathan Woodhall, recording secretary; Carmen Miranda, corresponding secretary; Vicki Verrinder, president; and Pat Macaulay, treasurer.
  • Foto 3: Fathers 'Incognito'—Texas Priests Joseph Christensen, Francis Johnston and William Robertson discuss the books they will be using during their ten weeks of Spanish language studies at MCC. The three fathers work closely with people of Latin American descent in the U.S.
  • Foto 4: High Art–Deborah Diamond is getting artistic background in Mexico for her dancing while studying at MCC.

Página 4

  • City Residents Dominate Roll
  • Applause For...
  • Ideals Are Corrupted...
  • Skin Diver Twyman Explores Tragic City Of Port Royal
  • Mexican Cities Attract...

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Welcome To Mexico—Three new MCC "señoritas" have been captured by the leader of the famous musical hombres of Mexico, "the Mariachis." Long noted for their colorful music, the mariachis were invited as a special treat for new students. Left to right: Kitty Smith (Warrington, Va.), Carole Zavora (St. Clair, Minn.), and April Norton (Ridegewood, N.H.).
  • Foto 2: Registration Line-Up—Seen enrolling for the six week Summer Session are (left to right) Stanley Orman (Dallas, Texas), Marguerite Lehman (Minneapolis, Minn.), Barbara Soretsky (Mount Vernon, New Your), Carol Tharp (Abilene, Texas) and Jane Massimieno (Pittsville, Mass.)
  • Foto 3: King Neptune Intruders—Taken with a special underwater camera, "Chick" Twyman (left) and a co-patriot are seen exploring the strange, silent, fascinating world of the mysterious deep.
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