SCULPTURED SERPENTS - John Paddock, co-chairman of the anthropology department (lower left) tells the story of Quetzalcoatl, the plumed serpent, to a group of social science students from Florida Presbyterian College on a recent trip to the god's temple in Teotihuacon. The Florida college is one of several which have shown interest in an exchange program for its students.
THIRTY DEGREES MORTH - Jim Underhill (left) and Robert Adam are shown practicing elementary surveying with part of the equipment, valued altogether at 10,000 pesos, necessary for the course initiated this quarter as part of the engineering department program.
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THE TERPSICHOREAN SPIRIT - Three students of Mexican folk dancing concentrate on a difficult step to the swirling gaiety of the regional costumes. From left to right are Gayle Lewis, Ed Johnson ond Judy Worner.
THE LOTTERY IS BIG BUSINESS - In 1959 over a billion pesos were invested in tickets. Since 1920, unofficial estimates list that over 6 billion pesos have been awarded in prizes and over 1 1/2 billion pesos have been given to vital health projects.
CATCHING ON - Raquel Minetti listens while Raul Avila explains a problem in newspaper makeup.
FLYING SAUCER - Gloria Schon displays her style that helped her place second in the women's ivision of the discus throw at "Moccobiah Games" in lsrael.
HARDWARE - Nick Zelenok (left) and Rudy Manzo, proudly display the trophies they won in athletic activities during the fall quarter. Zelenak received his award in bowling, and Manzo for bowling and softball.
MUSCLE MAN - Gerald Chestier demonstrates his "isometric system" of weightlifting by applying intense pressure against a stationary bar.