13th Annual Student Show Establishes Current Trend
Albee's American Dream Workshop Schedule
Students' Marks Honored On Winter Quarter List
Artistic, Scientific Plans Keep lntructors Working
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ANNUAL SHOW-Ready to hang their canvases for the 13th Annual Student Art Show, these two MCCers take some lost pointers from David Ramsey, co-chairman of the art department. The lovely lady standing is "Cookie" Colin, asking for comments on the way to put up her painting as Ralph Ayers (far right) is non-committal.
DEAN'S LIST - Among the forty-three students recently placed on the Dean's List are, left to right: Bill Smith, for the fourth time; Ray Reeves and Nancy Westfall, both for the first time; Linda Lambert, a forth time winner; Douglas Baz, for the second time; and first timer James Gibson.
Committee On Campus Affairs Replaces Past Student Council
Land Of lsrael Attracts Anthropologist Devotee
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GOAN INVASION EXPLAINED-Sudhir Reddy, MCC student from India, has worked for the Indian government in the United Na tions and has studied in several countries. Reddy views Portugal's occupation of Goa in terms of "almost 300
years of permanent aggression."
REACTOR REACTION-Ing. Enrique Chicurel (left), head of the science and engineering department, Andrew Taylor, Christopher Downton and other students not identified listen intently while Dr. Arnulfo Morales y Amado (with glasses) explains the workings of on atomic pile.
FUTURE - Marie Steadman's plans include travel to Israel and work towards her doctorate.
Parsons Scheduled To Appear As Librarian In Seattle Fair
Competition Still Strong As Keglers Seek Lead
Church Leaders In CCFM Panel
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EDUCATORS--Two distinguished educators and an off cial from the American School Foundation were guests on the MCC campus recently. Dr. Frank A. Rose (far left) is president of Alabama U., Dr. Robert A. Hopper (third from left) is the chairman of the department of education at Alabama, and Dr. Charles Patterson (extreme right) is from the American Foundation. Dr. Henry L. Cain (second from left) conducted the visitors on a tour of the campus.
GETTING READY- From left to right are Alan Stowell, John Sevier, Joe Moore, Bill Tennyson and trainer Sr. Felix Romero, practicing at El Toreo Cuatro Caminos for the bullfight to be held on May 26th at the Rancho del Charro. The performance, which starts at 4:00, will be a benefit for the Santuario de Tacubaya. Participants are Fermin Rivera, Angel Diaz de Leon, Carlos Murguia and Stowell, as well as a parade of queens from MCC. Tickets are available at the Rancho or on campus at l0 pesos each.