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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 17, No 13.

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

viernes 17 de julio, 1964

Página 1

  • Charros Dedicate Gala Fiesta To UA Students
  • Librarians Studying Under Scholarships
  • 'Mexico In Transition' Starts This Wednesday
  • Workshop In Mexican Culture Highlights Trips , Lectures

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Efficiency Plus – Shown organizing a drawer of the card catalogue are Elizabeth Graves and Millie Tower who are here studying under the UA graduate librarian scholarships. After spending the summer here both of the young women will return to jobs in the U.S.
  • Foto 2: Want To Try? – A charro tries to master the violence of a steer at a charreada, while the horseman behind him stands by with a lariat in case of danger. UA students will have an excellent opportunity to witness a de1nonstration such as this on Sunday at the Rancho def Charro on the corner of Ejercito Nacional and Schiller.
  • Foto 3: Largest Church In Latin America – Dwarfed by the tremendous Metropolitan Cathedral, Judy Denton, Houston, Texas; Cynthia Glass, Boston, Massachusetts; Karen Peterson, Ontario, Oregon; and Suzanne Stough, Detroit Michigan leave the famous building after having viewed the sixteenth century edifice.

Página 2

  • Administrative Laxity Causes Varied Problems
  • Two-Day Oaxaca Festival Features Native Dancing
  • Critic, Go Look Again
  • Habla Xirau Sobre Nuevos Autores Hispanoamericanos

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Photographers Delight – Shown during the Lunes del Cerro festival in Oaxaca is a group of native dancers in regional dress. This pre-harvest fiesta begins this Monday, July 20. and features typical music and dancing of the area.

Página 3

  • Practically All States In U.S. Represented Here This Summer
  • Three Months Not Time To Know Mexico Well
  • Gafford, Morris To Display Recent Works In Saloncito
  • Continental Travels Recalled By UA Coed

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Waiting Their Turn – Lined up to fill out forms necessary to register are summer students from 47 of the United States and close to a score of foreign countries. Many students traveled thousands of miles to learn more about Mexico in courses given at UA.
  • Foto 2: Edward Gafford
  • Foto 3: Linda Morris
  • Foto 4: Glad Tidings – Shown reading a letter from one of the many friends that she made while tra veling in Europe is Mary Bennett. Miss Dennett is here for tire short session this summer in arder to get some idea of the Mexican culture to add to what she learned in Europe.

Página 4

  • Goodman Exhibits In Saloncito VIII
  • Workshop in Mexican...
  • New Faculty Appointments For This Fall
  • Administration-Faculty Team Dominates Intramural Bowling
  • Charros Dedicate

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Gail Goodman
  • Foto 2: At National Palace – Shown standing in front of one of the world renowned Diego Rivera murals are Craig Chilton, Phyllis Engler, Mary Scott, Amy Grady and Barbara Bartles, all members of the workshop in Mexican culture. The tour taken on the same day also included thr Metropolitan Cathedral and the zocalo.
  • Foto 3: Another Strike – Shown exhibiting a little of Iris trophy-wiming style is the academic vice-president. Dr. Richard Greenleaf, one of the mainstays of the Machos who are tied for first in the bowling league. This new team cornposed of administration and faculty looks as though it is going to set a hot pace.
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