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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1973

ANNOTATIONS SPECIAL ELECTION ISSUE SBA Elections, March 8th & 9th, 1973 3 President The President shall call and preside at all meetings of the Student Bar and Board of Governors, shall with adv5.ce and consent of the Board appoint ne- cessary committees the committee work is terninated; shall call for an election by the Board of Governors to fill any vacancy thereon; and shall lend general direction to the work of the Board of Governors. GAGNON The office of S.B.A. President is both limited and open to im- provements. In the area of Student- Faculty relations the President occupies the position of a Student Advocate, representing the views of the students to the faculty and administration. On the other hand, in the area oí student services and student re- presentation the President, if he is innovative and persistant, can achieve the many improvements the students are entitled to. It will be my goal to make such impvn*)ment5 through the im- plementation of the programs I have o...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1973

Pag 4, ANNOTATIONS, Friday, March 8,1973 CLARK (Continued from page 3) Secondly the Vice President should be able to work with and coordinate the activity of the President and the Board into an effective student body voice to the administration. This I pledge to do. Thirdly I want to be your Vice President to try and implement 1 the following specific policies at South Texas College of Law. (a) Astandard S.T.C.L. Catalog with guardanteed standards, ■ courses, rules and tuition for each entering class. A catalog subject to those changes neces- sitated by the accrediting auth- orities, the A.B.A. the Texas Bar and Supreme Court, not just ad- ministrative whim. (b) A continuation and improve- ment of the faculty and course evaluations by the students. (c) Improved administrative co- mmunication and awareness of the need for student participation in the institutional process. (d) Improved State and proffes- siooal recognition of S.T.C.L, and the abilities of our grad- uates. (e) A real ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1973

fcf rt A, ANNOTATIONS, Friday, March 2,1973 , I SAMPLE BALLOT H IttK SCTC* L'CVT w cua cumas a? WW TC3R ULLfil in IUVI am V&KNIMfi —YSBI jgmKs isesT PC /y SKcwifie rca vote TO RCCISICR J® THRU STI'IICB Iff! PRESIDENT: (Vote For One) VICE-PRESIDENT: tyote For One) L.S.D. REPRESENTATIVE: (Vote For One) TREASURER: ote For One) SECRETARY: (Vote For One) Condidolct for Board of Covornort Student Bar Atiocic'ion Sooth Texas law School MARCH 8,9,1973 Weldon GRANGER D Stewart W. . GAGNON □ Thomas B. 1. TAYLOR □ Douglas CLARK □ Bob, ESTRADA Q (unopposed) □ Don BRADY □ (unopposed)-— - □ Kin PIER □ (unopposerO) □ SENIOR SENATOR: (Vote For One) Denton E. RAGLAND Jr.D .(unopposed) —- □ MID-LAW SENATOR: tyote For One) Mark D. MUELLERWEISSD (unopposed) —— □ FRESHMAN SENATOR: tyote For One) st in r. t>- hy ng Robert L. HURD □ Robert TICE □ Charles Lee CORBELL a Gary J. o DIBELLA Mitchell A. \. GROSS □ SBA Budget Rollio N. Malum, Treasurer STUOCNT BAM AMOSUTiON 1971-72 EXPENSES i! 1972-73 PRO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1973

m was the night that all students dread > time to sum up what all I had read. A STUDENTS LAMENT by prof. W.B. WHARTON Profiles I pondered each question and when I was done, I looked up and said "is this Real Property One?" Perhaps I have received the wrong test from the pack I'll just tell the prof and he'll take it back. But, no, there's the title as clear as can be, so It can't be the test; it must be me. No reversion, no remainder, no fief do I see Not even a use or a defeasible fee. Maybe I can just start to write a few lines, And hope that the Prof will be gentle and kind. The thoughts in my head ara refusing to jell, and this was the course in which I was supposed to do well. I can remember its name, but that's about all The rest of the course I can't seem to recall There was something on estates of husband and wife, And a little bit on estates for somebody's life. There was also something on remainders, I think And something on not allowing B to drink. It was called a dete...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1973

VOL. I# NO, e SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW Monday, July 9,1973 A tribute to Judge Bell By Bob Tice Daring the 50th Anniversary Banquet for South Texas College ofUvoD April 7, 1973, Judge Bell received a standing ova- tion when he was introduced to the audience. As a brand new freshman law student, I was un- acquainted with the man and the reasons for that distinct display of respect. The following is what I found: Spurgeort E. Bell was born in Gatesville, Texas, on Feb. 13, 1908. He attended public schools there and finished in Austin when his family moved there. His for- mal law training came from the University of Texas, where his classmates included former Gov- ernor Allan Shivers and Percy Foreman. At the age of 25, Mr. Bell first came to Houston to begin his law career, joining the firm headed by his father Holland Bell. The younger Bell's public ser- vice career started in 1937 when he joined the DA's staff under Dan Jackson. He left Hous- ton briefly to be state's attorney for ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1973

Page 2, ANNOTATIONS, My 9,1973 THE ANNOTATIONS The Night Owl of South Texas College of Law EDITOR Stewart Gagnon CO-EDITOR EDITORIAL BOARD Robert Tice J. Weldon Granger Doug Clarke KinPier Don Brandy Dr. Charles Weigle The purpose of this paper is to hew hard to the truth as we find it. This paper will serve no group faction, or private interest. Its main objective will be to keep the student of South Texas College of Law informed. This paper is dedicated to the whole truth, Just as our profession should be. The editor has exclusive control over the editor- ial policies and contents oí the ANNOTATIONS. Contributors to the paper are responsible for their own work, but not for anything that thev have not themselves written. In publishing contributions the editor does not mean to imply that he agrees with them, or that they are the positions or views of the Student Bar Association or South Texas Col- lege of lew. This will be a Journal of free voices and we invite contributions. EPITOM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1973

July 9.1973, ANNOTATIONS, Page 3 Moot Court in Ft. Worth Board considers trip reqeests John Berkel, Mike Powell and Bob Estrada will represent STLC at the State Moot Court competi- tion during the Texas Bar Con- vention in Fort Wc .ih on July 3-6. The competition will be among the eifht Texas law schools: Bay- lor, Southern Methodist, South Toxas,St.Mary's Texas Southern, Texas Tech, University of Hous- ton and University oi Texas. There will be seven preliminary rounds, a semi-final and a final round spread ove. the four days. Briefs and oral arguments will bo presented on the criminal case FREDERICK ALFRED SIGNIFI- CANT V. STATE OF TEXAS. The charge is Assault on Police Of- ficer with Intent to Murder. The issue involves the sufficiency of the indictment and the constitu- tionality of Criminal Statute 1160SA. Judging will be by lawyers at- tending the Bar con vention,except the final round will be heard by the Texas Court of Criminal Ap- peals. Awards will be for the best brief, b...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1973

Page 4, ANNOTATIONS, July 9,1973 PAD Report Delt Report After an Installation and Inia- tion ceremony late in March, Phi Alpha Delta had acquired thirty new members, among whom were wives, and some in respect of each other. In a historically sig- nificant proceeding for the Sam- uel Houston Chapter, four wo- men were initiated, as well as the men. The ceremony was the first through which women have entered the local chapter, al- though members of both sexes have previously affiliated here as transfer students. Judge Ray- mond Judice presided as Alumni Advisor, and Dr. William Whar- ton, Faculty Advisor for the Hou- ston Chapter, also participated in the traditional ceremony held this year in the Harris County Family Law Center. Mike Hays was in- stalled as Justice, for the Sum- mer and Fall semesters. The new Vice Justice is Mike Mc- Gaughran, the Clerk is now Bron- son Mann and the Treasurer is Mike O'Brien. Tom Taylor is Marshall. The Annotations is pleased to recognize the PAD ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1973

Obscenity bared for Criminal Evidence Seminar By JOHN ROMANO and JOHN PIERATT Senior Law Students It appears that a certain someone from the great skies above is very anti-obscene. On Thursday night, July 19, a special heart-warming film was to be shown on the subject of obscenity. Actually, it was to be shown ra the "subject". However, Just as the scene began toget hot, the projector bulb got too hot. And there's no telling what condition the projectionist was in — Dr. Moses. The film was to be viewed by those enrolled in the Criminal Evidence Seminar, as well as numerous other knowledge seekers clad in dark raincoats. Guest speak- ers included George Jacobs from the District Attorney's Office and Bennie House, a prominent defense attorney. Both are obscene experts; excuse us — legal experts in the field of obscenity. In addition, there was a special guest appearance by Johnny Wong ¡artist, scholar,gentle- man, and star of the "Zodiac Rapist," a Funky Filth Production. All in all, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1973

Page 2, ANNOTATIONS, Friday, August 3,1973 iH! Lamentable spoils of office Hie question of parking is a serious one for each and every STCL student. Whether you park on the street or in a lot the situation tends to be both costly and inconvenient. To most students an assured park- ing place is more than a luxury and is worth more than the $10 the school charges. A legitimate question has recently been raised about the allocation of parking spaces in the school lot Presently, fifteen members of the student body are allowed to lease spaces. This privilege is granted through a drawing every semester. In addition to these fifteen stu- dents, two other students are given spaces by the Dean, these being the SBA President and the Law Journal Editor. The rest of the avail- able spaces are reserved for persons employed by the school. Two spaces might not seem like many to some people, but we are sure that to Number 16 and 17 they a re plenty. Perhaps the Dean will consider making these two s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1973

Friday, August, 3, 1973, ANNOTATIONS, Page 3 Winning speaker extols hard work By BOB TICE Associate Editor John Berkel has what it takes to be a winner. His former forensic coach de- scribed it as an ability "to de- fine his goals and then to pur- sue them with hard work." His Moot Court advisor de- picted it as an "exceptional com- bination of natural ability and perseverance." John believes to be a winner "you have to eat, sleep, breathe and love your activity." The 24-year-old orator has been winning trophies at contests since he was in the ninth grade. Although his "love" affair with speech dates back to when he was 12 years old, he feels he de- veloped most while at the Univer- sity of Houston. "During my first two years there I had the privilege of being on, a nationally-ranked debate squad. Then I was with the Speak- ers Bureau in my last two years, where I learned the polish ne- cessary for speaking to audien- ces." John's collegiate forensic ex- perience prepared him for Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1973

Page 4. ANNOTATIONS, Friday, August 3,1973 FIRST OFFERED NEXT TERM Media Law to stress practical usage Coed vies ftr dist. C Council seal A new course will be taught this fall under the title oí "Copy- right, Entertainment and Com- munications Law" by Adjunct Professor Paul VanSlyke. The course will deal with the protection of the creative works of authors, artists, publishers, motion picture studios and per- formers. It will also cover the aspects of law that often arise in connection with the protection of such works, including defama- tion and the invasion of privacy arising from depiction of actual persons in literary and artistic works, the right of publicity and performers rights. The 2-hour course will be in a seminar format with a small class and will meet each Wednes- day from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Em- phasis will be on problem-solv- ing in situations as they might come to a practicing lawyer. Lawyers who represent clients with problems in the field will be brought in to add ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

WELCOME NEW Student research pool to serve Houston Bar by MITCHELL GROSS, Mid-Law Student For the past several months you may have heard a number of rumors circulating throughout the school about something called a "legal research pool". Hope- fully, this article will inform those of you who have not heard of the "pool" of its nature, and further clarify whatever impressions may have obtained through the local rumor milL It is not too simplistic to say that the legal research pool is, or will be (when put into operation), a volun- tary association of STCL students who will act as temp- orary law clerks. Its purpose will be to provide low cost, high quality research service for the legal pro- fession of Houston Student ttíII be able to acquire much needed pract- ical experience by working on actual legal problems. They will also have the opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency and the claibre of thier work to practicing attorneys. The program will be entirely run by students, su...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

pF'í Page 2, ANNOTATIONS, September 14, 1973 They shoot horses, don't they? This paper , in the past, has made light of the de- plorable conditions surrounding the grade situation at this school, this semester, though, the situation has surpassed the point of being humorous. Much is spoken about the obligation of the student of being prepared. In fact, severe penalities are often imposed upon the unprepared student. We accept this policy as adding to the quality of the lawyer being grad- uated from this school. But, should not the faculty be required to "be prepared" in respect to tis assign- ments as the students are in theirs? We are sure that grading exams are as much an unpleasant experience for the professor as taking tern are for the students. It seems absurd to expect that a student will be excused from taking an exam until he feels like it; but it seems equally absurd to us that some professors are allowed to put off grading their exams untill the time siuts them. Any studen...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

September 14, 1973, ANNOTATIONS, Page 3 79 on Spring Dean's List The Dean's office has announced that the following students have been named to the DEAN'S LIST for the Spring Semester of 1973. The ANNOTATIONS would like to extend its con- gratulations to these students. ABERNETHY, William A. ABSHIER, George K. ABLE, Luke W. ALEXANDER, William A. BEAM, Joe B. BENTON, Everett W. BESS, Gregory G, BOCKSTAHLER, BROWN, Burl C. BUCHANAN, Thomas H. BYNUM, Gordon N. CAMPBELL, Gary J. CARROLL, Julian C. CUFTON, George M. COLEMAN, Harriet H. CORBIN, Jerry W. DANIELS, John S. GARDNER, Spencer H. MORAN, Jr., GREENBERG, Theodore S. MOSS, Joe K. GREGORY, Robert R. GREGORY, William P. HAGGARD, Carl D. HALPIN, Steven E. HANGER, Chris T. Edwin F. HARPER, James W. HARVILL, Joan A. HODGES, Mark C. HOFFMAN, Eugene M. JESPERSON, Robert R. KARDELL, Jr., Steven C. KELLEY, Michael S. KING, Larry D. KINNEY, Larry L. KRAY, Richard W. Robert L. DE LA GARZA, GuiUormoB. LEE, Larry M. DIBELLA, Gary J. ELLIOTT, Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

ANNOTATIONS, September 14, 1973 >NS, o6pt6niD€r A* ivio | ■ South Texas - A few thousand words — CANDIES by hoi pal All 'I V USE i ^

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

September 14, 1973, ANNOTATIONS, Page 5 3 CLCU fty. ~J~ < orum The ends and owts of law school examinations by CHARLES L, BLOOD, Associate Professor of Law I have been asked to writed a few words to our in- coming freshman students concerning law school ex- aminations. First, let me extend to you eager, bright hopeful, cheerful and, most likely, apprehensive young men and women a hearty welcome form those of us here at South Texas who are a part of the legal profession which you desire to join. Each of you has sufficient intelligence and scholast- ic background to enable you to graduate from law school. Some, unfortunately, lack the motivation, de- sire, drive, tenacity or maturity to withstand the in- cessant pressures which descend upon the law student on his first day of class, and which continue relent- lessly until he has passed the bar and been certified to practice law. To such individuals I suggest giving serious thought to the pursuit of another calling, there- by freein...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

MM . Page 6, ANNOTATIONS, September 14, 1973 Barrister's Board, a shot in the arm for Moot Couriers By CARL HAGGARD STCL Graduate Until recently, very little interest has been shown by the student body in competing for the right to represent South Texas College of Law in Moot Court competitions. It has actually been difficult just to field a team; conse- quently, the College has constantly been crushed in competition, with but few exceptions. It however, tes slowly been recognized that law firms, the District Attorney's office and other potential employ- ers of trial attorneys give greater weight to Moot Court experience than any other activity in law school. Moot Court is, after all, the only activity in which the law student analyzes a difficult fact situation, sorts out the relevant and controlling issues, researches the law applicable to those issues, writes an appellate brief, and then prepares and presents an oral argument in support of the issues as an advocate in a law suit....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

¿ft*. Phi Alpha Delta Law Frat Report Phi Alpha Delta is an international professional law fraternity composed of distinguished members of the North American Bench and Bar and other parts of the world, as well as students of the law, all of whom have a profound respect for the legal profession. For students of the law, it is an active professional organization which strives to benefit members through social, scholastic, service and professional programs. A good law fraternity helps bridge the gap from academic school to law school and then between law school and the actual practice of law; it can and should aid in the orientation of first year students to help them acquire the skills and attitudes necessary for law school success, and success in practice. How does PAD help in particular? First, it offers practical training which widens the focus of academic study to include the handling of clients and their problems. Second, it affords an opportunity to hear and meet pro- minent mem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1973

Page 8, ANNOTATIONS, September 14, 1973 Football tryouts set for season's teams " lltAil K«, ilM T.. 4A« Coach James Brannoo, at a recent press conference at the STCL dressing room (better known as the 3rd floor coffee lounge), an- nounced that a tryout camp will be held in the latter part of September for the "Blue" team , one of the STCL's two football teams. The "Gold" team's two coaches, Or. Ray Moses and James Stafford, have post- ed a sign-up list for their team, but have not announ- ced, tryout dates. Last year the two teams participated in the Sunday Afternoon Apartments Ath- letic League and the Blue team tied for third place in the championship play- offs. Brannon indicated that he is considering moving his franchize to a newly- formed league being organ- ized by the Houston Junior Bar. Tryouts are open to any student wishing to parti- cipate. The teams play "flag" football, which is a minimum contact version. There might be á nominal, fee to cover the cost of en- try and ...

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