Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 15, No 3.

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

jueves 23 de noviembre, 1961

Página 1

  • Student Art Show Opens Today In Saloncito VIII
  • Poet's Voice To Present Mauldin, Wolfe Adaptations, Student Readings
  • Horcasitas Leaves To Study Indian Lore
  • Cultural Review Now Accepting Manuscripts

Pies de Foto

  • Among the best -- Marle Wachter, director of the MCC Fine Arts Center, arranges a showing of student work chosen from among the most outstanding pieces produced by students within the past fifteen years.
  • Up front -- Six members of the Poet's Voice rehearse for their dramatic reading of Bill Mauldin's Up Front, which will be part of the program put on by the Voice November 29.
  • Nahuatl scholar -- Fernando Horcasitas, associate professor of anthropology and history, is leaving MCC at the end of this quarter to pursue his Nahuatl studies.

Página 2

  • 'New Frontier' Offers Opportunity
  • Red China Puzzle Aired By Panel
  • Dr. Ortega Finds Work With Children Rewarding
  • Paddock Says Effective Action Demands Serenity

Pies de Foto

  • Dr. Ortega
  • The bird sellers

Página 3

  • Ambassador Lectures At CCFM
  • MCCer Perfects Hula, Tap, Ballet
  • W. Rodgers Explains Transportation Cost
  • Burning Water Among New Books On Sale
  • Collegian Wins All-American
  • Creative Writer Plans On Career Working For Salvation Army Mag

Pies de Foto

  • Hula without hoop -- Robert Vallejo, MCC student, prefers teaching to performing. In the foreground are Robert Vallejo and partner, Joyce Young.
  • Fifteenth all-american -- The Collegian does it again under the editorship of John Revett.
  • Salvation Army ahead -- Martha Fulton, M.A. degree candidate in creative writing, and Edmund J. Robins, chairman of the MCC English department discuss a manuscript which Martha has written.

Página 4

  • Keglers Chase Cup With Alpes In Lead
  • Students Form Squad To Play Football
  • Chess Club Sponsors Current Tournament
  • Variety Of Recreational Activities Available To All
  • Pitching Star Trades Horsehide For Walruses

Pies de Foto

  • Here it comes -- Jacques Gouyetes, letterman and captain of the MCC tennis team, exhibits his form in a recent Saturday workout at the SCOP tennis club.
  • Rolling along -- Sports Director Glenn Beaudry is also an active participant in MCC bowling circles.
  • Two over home plate -- Ex-Phillies pitcher Larry Close displays his form using whipping cream instead of a fast ball.
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