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PRESENTING MEXICO- DAY OF THE DEAD IN JANITZIO: Nippy air, a harvest moon overhead, ghostly figures flitting aroun in the dusk, chattering voices made unrecognizable by the sheets,which envelope the figures, golden pumpkins sending out the gleam of a candle through the cutouts which turn them into death's heads usher in All Soul's Day back home. Fun, laughter, simulated fright. How different it is in Mexico.
UNUSUAL HOBBY-Donald Alducin, collector of famous autographs, shows some of his priceless possessions to an admirer. In his collection are signatures of Kennedy and Lopez Mateos.
"THE JAZZ MAN"-The picture above is an aquatint appearing in the current graphics exhibit. The artist is Russel Woody, a '61 graduate of MCC.
MURALL INTERESTS STUDENT-Mrs. Gail M. Bendow studies a wall mural on the wall of the Creative Writing Center. She is the past managing editor of New York University's literary magazine and will study anthropology and improve her knowledge of Spanish.
POWERFUL AZTEC ADVANCE.-Speed and coordination are important, as the MCC offensive brings about an effective break through. The Aztecs will be playing on the Amrican High School Field, Saturdays at 12 noon.
MCC'S FEARLESS FUND RAISING PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN - Jean Jacques Hane (the man with the fork) demonstratcs allegorically the pangs of conscience that will overtake the student who doesn't contribute to the fund raising campaign. Jean laughingly says, "There's still a chance for 100% participation since the other student in the picture is no longer enrolled at MCC."