University of the Americas Collegian
Vol. 18, No 3.
Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.
viernes 27 de noviembre, 1964
- Cash Prize Offered For Best Essay
- Numerous Teachers Here On Sabbatical To Study Mexican Culture, Earn Credit
- Turnbull, Splingaerd Represent UA at Tenth Annual SCONA Meet
- Workshop To Present 'Mousetrap' Next Week
- Recital Given By Gene Gerzso
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: Underfire Being cross-examined by Bruce Lorange, who portays the role of a police inspector, Marsha May (left) and Gerda Hamacek, are both suspected of murder in Agatha Christie's mystery drama, 'The Moustrap,' which is being presented by the Drama Workshop in the University theater on December 3 and in the Teatro Ródano on December 4 and 5.
- Foto 2: Teachers Turn Students Some of the educators at UA on sabbatical leave from various schools in the States share a letter from home. Left to right are Richard Stucky, Vincent Cadson, Russell Warden, Ed Hendrickson, and Richard Langlois.
- Foto 3: Preparing For Conference Peter Splingaerd, (left) and Elliot Turnbull review the schedule for the Student Conference on National Affairs meeting they will attend in Texas next month as representatives of UA.
- Immature Behavior Reflects On School
- Icons Made By Students On Display In Art Center
- Slezak To Show Recent Works
- Presenting Mexico
- Dormitories On New Campus Arouse Diverse Reactions
- 'A Moveable Feast' Deals With Paris Of Twenties
Pies de foto
- UA Freshman Discusses Exciting Career As Surgical Technical
- Translator Relates Experiences In Travels Throughout Mexico
- Globe Girdler Gives Up Sea Life For Study
- Council Plans Student Board For Discipline
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: You've Got To Have Speed Threading a needle for the surgeon during an operation is no easy job, as Perry Smith demonstrates. "A surgical technician has to have so much skill," states Perry, "that he is trained eight hours a day for four months."
- Foto 2: Hazardous Occupation. Working on fast-disappearing lumber schooners when not in school during the winter months. Ron Galvan earns good pay to continue his college education.
- Foto 3: Doris Heyden
- Aztecas Slam UNAM 57-41, Politec 77-63
- Beats Fight Way Up Before Disbanding
- Council Organizes Golf Tourney
- Us Pushes Ahead, Five Squads Tied
- Pumas Crushed Again By Victorious Cagers
- 'A Moveable Feast'...
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: Meet The Aztecas Top row, from the left, N° 14 Lothar Brautigam from Munich, Germany, senior, 6ft.; N° 10 Benjamin Rivera from Puerto Rico, sophomore, 6'2''; N° 9 Lenny Williams from East Orange, New Jersey, Sophomore, 6'5''; N° 8 Guy Simpson From Pasadena Calif., Freshman, 6'3''; N° 17 William Rogers from Portland, Oregon, freshman, 6 ft.; N° 13 Riley Harris from Houston, Texas, junior, 6'2''; front row, from the left, Coach Moe Williams; N° 11 Paco Lopez from Mexicalli, Baja California, sophomore. 5' 11''; N° 4 Felipe Lezama from Oaxaca, senior, 5'7''; N° 16 Leroy Porter from Chicago, Illinois, freshman, 5'8''; N° 7 Hugo Lezama From Oaxaca, sophomore, 5'8''; N° 19 Nathan Leibowitz from Long Island, New York, sophomore, 6'2''; and trainer Jack Steele. Not shown are N° 5 José Vergara from Coatzacoalcos. Mexico, sophomore. 5'8''; N° 15 Juan Vergara from Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, sophomore, 5'8'', and manager Jaime de la Fuente.
- Foto 2: That Sinking Feeling Golf director Bill Platka is shown above in the middle of a putt which looks like a near miss. Nine students are competing in a student council-organized tournament at the Club de Golf Chapultepec.
- Foto 3: Hits Again Aztecas, leading scoter. Riley Harris, notches a jump shot for another two points toward the 57-41 win. Coach Moe Williams stategy forced the Pumas to shoot from the outside while UA sunk most of its points with lay-up and jump shots.