Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 18, No 6.

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

viernes 12 de febrero, 1965

Página 1

  • UA Artists Show Work In Acapulco
  • Evaluation Of Housing Requested
  • Clubs Choose New Officers
  • Faculty Increased In Four Departments
  • Renovation Improves Saloncito
  • Drama Workshop Stages Play By Pirandello Next Friday
  • Articles By Liebman Published Recently
  • Delta Sigma Pi Regional Director Makes Annual Visit To Delta Mu

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Surprise, Hubby Is Coming Home – That's the content of the letter Susan Bown (right) is shown handing to Patricia King. Both co-eds have roles in The Vise to be staged next Friday in the theater at 2 o'clock.
  • Foto 2: On Inspector Tour – Frank L. Strong (center), southwest regional director of Delta Sigma Pi, meets local chapter members. From left to right are: Hector Rodriguez, Joe Moore, Frank Phillips, Andy Esquivel, Frank L. Strong, Bruce Macdonald, Joe Serna, Eric Geerts, Ed Brown, and Ned Muñoz.

Página 2

  • Stability Brightens Prospects For Future
  • Students Compare, Contrast Home Towns With Cosmopolitan Capital Of Mexico
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Leading U.S. Magazines Continue To Publish Bongartz, Lee, Hamill
  • Prof Explains, Refutes Prebisch's General Thesis

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Mamacita

Página 3

  • Landscape Painter Expounds Theory Of Wa.tercolor Medium
  • Spelunlking, Herpetology Main Interests Of Westerner At UA
  • Students To Visit Pyramids, Acolman, Guadalupe Tomorrow
  • Film On Korea To Be Shown Next Thursday
  • Grad Maintains Interest In International Living

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Ex-Marine Artist – Milo Needles, majoring in fine arts, finds inspiration for his paintings in the scenery which surrounds the UA campus.
  • Foto 2: Snake Catcher – Jim Riggs inspects a two-foot, mildly poisonous Culebra Listada which he caught near Acapulco. The spring-operated jaws of the "clamp stick" allow Jim to quickly grasp a crawling snake and hold it securely but unhurt, without any danger of being bitten.
  • Foto 3: Hi ¡Hola! – John King (right), ex-group leader for the Experiment In International Living program, tells some of his experiences to a Mexican "niño". King lived in a small village in Tlaxcala for six weeks during the summer and helped the villagers with their work.

Página 4

  • Us Holds Lead, Stuka, Clods Take Second
  • Latin Flavor, Speeding Balls Make Jai Alai Fabulous Sport
  • Terrace Scene Of Fencing Activities
  • Baseballers Practice

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Get That Ball – This acrobatic player is shown trying to catch a high-flying ball with his "cesta" during jai alai, one of the fastest games in the world.
  • Foto 2: UA Fencers – Charles Lucas (right) crosses swords with Blair Miller in a fencing class on the terrace. Members of the class observe from the sidelines.
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