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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1992

Nnvemhpr IMP ANNOTATIONS Paae 9 Collegiate Crossword m Edward Julius Collegiate CW83-1 ACROSS 55 56 1 Neutered 7 Hunting expedition 58 13 Elaborately 60 decorated 61 14 Shaded walk 64 16 Handyman (hyph.) 65 19 New Zealand 66 muttonbird 67 20 Katmandu's country 21 These: Sp. 22 Chemical substance 24 Put in fresh soil 26 Satisfy completely 27 Dishwasher cycle 29 Coolidge's VP 31 Part of MPH 32 Type of fisherman 34 Most piquant 36 Make in (tear) 38 Map abbreviations 39 Military rifles 43 Used sodium chloride 47 American Indian 48 on (urged) 50 Irish county 51 Horse disease 53 Frightful giants Playwright 0'Casey Like an old woman "Oh my gosh!" — rule Janitor (2 wds.) Scholarly Bull fighter Open or Street High suit DOWN Brief stay Rolling grassland Antiquated Wild ox of Asia Prep school near London Postpone More yellow or sickly looking Height abbreviation Taxi passenger Collect together Bureaucratic delay (2 wds.) Forms thoughts State positively Imitated 18 South American capital (2 wds...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1992

Paw 10 ANNOTATIONS November 1992 V" Ifc, ra Rob Galloway-Coach, Tim Pridmore, Kay Kurtin, Lisa Cullaro, Wade Moriarity, and Sean Breen-Coach. Our advocacy teams scored again at The University of San Diego Criminal Procedure Competition. Second place and 2nd Best Brief (petitioner) went to Kay and Tim while Lisa and Rob picked up Best Brief (respondent). Lisa and Tim also tied for 2nd Best Speaker and Kay received 4th Best Speaker. SPEEDY PICTURE FRAMING CUSTOM FRAMING - Family Owned SERVING HOUSTON SINCE 1946 OPEN MONDAY thru FRI 8 - 6, SAT 9 - 2 10% Discount With Student I.D. 6719 Stella Link - At Bellaire Blvd 664-0330 HOUSTON BAR CENTER Serving the downtown community since 1918 Convenience and amenities for the budget conscious professional Professional on-site leasing and management Highly competitive rental rates Accommodations for those needing small offices, entire floors, or full service executive suites Within walking distance to courts, recreation, and a complement of serv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1992

Novemher 199? ANNOTATIONS Page 11 Student Takes On Bill Col lectors By Camille Whitworth The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act forbids debt collectors from harrassing debtors, threatening or lying to them, using obscene language or misrepresenting themselves for the purpose of collecting a debt. The Federal Trade Commission, however, has received numerous complaints about collectors who have gone to extremes to collet what is owed. South Texas 2L Ron Turk works for Public Citizen, a consumer advocate group founded by Ralph Nader. Turk testified in Washington before the House Banking panel, which is examining the law to find out if more legislation is needed. Turk has examined 200 complaints filed with the FTC and found an average of six violations per complaint. Some showed up to 16 violations. Bill collectors have been known to tell a debtor's neighbors that the debtor was receiving stolen property, to call at all hours of the day and night, and to tell immigrants that they would ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1992

Paw 12 ANNOTATIONS November 1992 WhoWhatWhereWhenWhy Aggie Law Students' Association The Aggies challenged the Texas Exes to a "Bloodletting Contest" during the Health Law Society's blood drive in the atrium on October 28. The losers were required to sing the fight song of the winners' alma mater. Regardless of the outcome, Houston's blood banks came out ahead. The Federalist Society The Federalist Society sponsored a talk with Judge Eileen O'Neill of the 190th Civil District Court on October 27. The topic was the First Amendment. Health Law Society The Health Law Society hosted its second annual Health Fair on October 20. South Texas students and the legal community had the opportunity to test their total cholesterol levels and body fat composition as well as receive vision testing, cancer screening, and complete blood profiling. Representatives from the healthcare community included: St. Joseph's Hospital, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Dr. Jerry Koch, Dr. Jefferey A. Ross, Dr. Will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

VOLUME XXII, NUMBER 3 SOUTH TEXAS NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 college: of law ANNOTATIONS STCL student remembers the day JFK was shot By GERALD L. BULLOCK, M.D. (Editor's note: Dr. Bullock is a part-time student at South Texas College of Law. A 3L, he is a practicing physician. In commemoration this month of the 30 th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Annotations asked Dr. Bullock to write a first-person account of his experiences in Dallas that day.) November 1963.1 was 20, a sophomore at University of Texas-Arlington (then called Arlington State College, an A&M-associated school). I was working as emergency lab technician at Parkland Memorial Hospital, having trained in a high school vocational ed course. I drove from UTA to PMH every other day for work. When President Kennedy was shot, I was at UTA in Quantitative Analysis Lab. When I heard the bulletin, I left, picked up my wife of one year and drove to Dallas. I was unable to get in, but a group of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

Page 2 November/December, 1993 Letters to the Editor Thanks from a prof Dear Editor: Thank you for publicizing the Child Abuse Nurse Examiner Program. I should like to particu- larly recognize the work done by students Debbie Knight and Sharon Tovar, who have been indispens- able to the success of the program. Charles Weigel Professor; Director, Child Abuse Nurse Examiner Program Part-time pet peeves Dear Editor: I enjoy being a part-time night student at South Texas, but I feel there are a few small items that the administration could improve upon to help the part-time students. 1. Keep the registrar's office open until 6 p.m. every night (M-F). When the first version of the spring schedule came out, it asked for comments and/or sugges- tions. I picked up the schedule after work and before class, about 5:25 p.m. I read over it, and didn't see a couple of courses that I would have liked to take. So, I filled out the comment section and walked down to turn it in. But the office was a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

November/December, 1993 Page 3 Law, med schools discuss mutual interests Stephanie Bergeron and Shannon Robbie, TBA and Midlaw representatives of the SB A, met for lunch with Garth Davis and Todd Hammel, student leaders from Baylor and University of Texas- Houston Medical Schools, to discuss possible programs of mutual interest. The immediate result was an extension of an invitation for students from both medical schools to attend the SBA Halloween Party, and to arrange for a symposium at the law school on Natural Death Act, the Durable Power of Attorney and the Patient Self- Determination Act. The symposium, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 12, was to feature a law professor, a physician and an ethicist speaking on various relevant perspectives and responding to questions from the medical- and law-student audience. Following the program, a social hour was to be held at Cody' in the Village for students from STCL, UTMB and the UH and TSl law schools. Also discussed at the luncheon were jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

N Page 4 November/December, 1993 SPORTS E *■ It's that time again: Get ready, get set, hunt! By STEVEN HUDGINS and SCOTT SMITH Annotations Sports writers It's that time of year again! Yes, it's time to brush off those parkas and make sure that camou- flage glove has a mate. It's hunting season folks, and this year is shaping up to be a banner year for everybody. To begin with, quail season opened on Oct. 30 and early road counts had bobwhites and blues way above average in south Texas and the Cross Timbers area of north-central Texas. Although nothing can compare to last year's once-in-a-lifetime numbers, the chances of bagging a few tasty quail this year are exceptional. While a few quail coveys may be spotted along the coastal prairies and marshes, the main focus there will be ducks and geese. According to most reports, this attention will not be wasted. Although the season officially opened for light geese on Oct. 30, most of the big white snow geese, the bread and butter bird of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

November/December, 1993 _Page5_ Editor's note: Beginning with this issue, Annotations will periodically run unpublished articles written by Currents staff members. Peace in the Middle East: It may be the solution to more than one problem By ZIAD N. ZARKA Currents Staff Writer On September 13,1993, as the world watched, two former enemies, Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin, shook hands on the White House lawn and agreed to initiate efforts to establish har- mony between Palestine and Israel. This new-found peace in the Middle East is inspiring a parallel effort to bring prosperity to the region. While development re- mains impossible without stability, peace can not endure unless both Arabs and Israelis have vested economic interests in sustaining it. Many economists believe a great deal of economic growth is pos- sible. They foresee gains that will extend far beyond Gaza and Jeri- cho on the West Bank. Political leaders talk of lowering trade barriers and building new roads between Is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

Page 6 November/December, 1993 whowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwhere ASIAN-PACIFIC AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION On a warm October Sun- day, APALSA challenged the Hispanic Law Students Association to a friendly intramural co-ed softball game. Although HLSA won 18-13, a good time was had by all. The team was coached by Adam Tran, who had a number of standout athletes, including Hugh Chong, Ingrid deGraaff, Ben Huynh and Monica Tjoa. We hope to organize a volleyball match for next semester. Apalsa is planning a roundtable discussion in February on Asian gang violence. We will invite local community leaders and law enforcement officials to discuss this topic of concern. More information about this event will be posted in January. BOARD OF ADVOCATES The Board of Advocates would like to congratulate the winning team of the Intramural Client Counseling Competition: Esther Anderson and Rick Wil- liams. They received tough compe- tition from the other finalist teams: Michel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

November/December, 1993 Pagel whowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwhere REPUBLICAN LAW STUDENTS Betsy Lake, Harris County Republican Party chairman, was the featured speaker at our Oct. 20 meeting. She began with a discus- sion of the party's purpose, which is to recruit and elect conservatives to office. As of this writing, there are 79 non-incumbent and 60 incumbent candidates planning to run in the March 8, 1994 primary. These are record numbers, indica- tive of local dissatisfaction with the Clinton administration. Ms. Lake reminded the members that primary voting is essential because the real choices are made in that process. Anyone who votes on March 8 is eligibile to attend his precinct meeting that night after the polls close. At that meeting, people are selected to attend senatorial conventions, from which delegates to the state con- vention are chosen. The message is that one can get involved and make his voice heard in the political process. More news from the or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

Pagel November/December, 1993 whowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatw continued from page 7 E TAklAW SOCIETY The Environmental Law Society at South Texas College of Law is a professional-minded student organization dedicated to the education of students, faculty and practitioners in environmental law, and to advancing the career interests of all members through activities and events held through- out the year, and through interac- tion with the legal community. October events included a general meeting on the 14th, sending members to the Gulf Coast Environmental Festival and Con- ference on the 15th and 16th (where Vice President Al Gore spoke), and a barbecue for mem- bers on the 22nd. Efforts continue to restart the recycling program at STCL. An ELS newsletter is on the way. We are considering a speakers series, and have a perma- nent vice president for career development to help members with job contacts in environmental law. Preparations for the annual Environmental Crime...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

November/December, 1993 Page . Mayhem reigns on STCL gridiron By SANDY HOLLINGSWORTH The South Texas Intramu- ral Flag Football finals were played on Sunday, Oct. 31, on the River Oaks Elementary School football field. The semester-long season culminated in a 31-12 victory for the Mayhem team, and their second straight intramural flag football championship. Mem- bers of the team were Mike Henderson, captain; Lance Levin, Cliff David, Richard Grealish, Darren Anderson, Paul Capua, James Howard, Kevin Mehling, Todd Wallace and Stan Broussard. Hanslike beat Yanger's Bangers in the 10 a.m. semi-final game, and Mayhem shut out Pappas at the 11 a.m. game. The two winning teams met at 1 p.m. for the final game. Mayhem proved to be unstoppable on the football field, but they also are amazing on the basketball court. Watch out for them next semester as they vie for their third straight intramural basketball championship. Other intramurals teams participating this season are Burwell, Thomas, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

Page 10 November/December, 1993 CoHegateCrossword ACROSS 1 Coeurtf Edited by Stan Chess Puzzle Created by Fred Piscop 29 Adriatic • Jazz style 9 jimoloon 13 ' mud in your oyer 14 Crucifix inscription 16 Riley or 40 Corbin's role 41 Franklin flew one 42 Donna's DOWN 1 Moby Dick 30 Chad's 17 Anxiety 18 Former boxing champ Spinks 19 55-Across a 10K 45 Not fern. 46 Most like a yenta 50 Orson'a quick- tempered 20 Benny's soccer-playing brother? 22 For a bit 24 Kauai 54 Bleacherite 55 Kilt material 56 Varna's 2 Lead-in to LMterman 3 Syibgisfa word 4 Chocolate giant 5 Wet Williams 6 Platypus feature 7 Nightman Street 8 bono (tree) 9 Record of 34 Small- business magazine 35 Paladin's first name? 38 Greek H*s 37 Tom 39 Satan, etal. 40 Collection of arms 43 The Abe 25 Lucille's flying brother? 27 Onetime place of exile 31 Con (with vioort 32 Hagen of the stage 33 Tyrone's pyromaniac brother? 61 Astronaut Sally 62 f emando" singers 64 Deviated, at sea 65 " my dead bodvr 66 Spoke with forked to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

November/December, 1993 PageJl Letters continued from page 2 Defending CDO Dear Editor: I wish to thank personally the staff of the Career Develop- ment Office for their diligent work and for the opportunities they have provided me. As a night student at STCL and later as a graduate, I participated in on- campus recruiting and attended both the solo practice survivial and interview skills workshops. These events have been offered at various convenient times through- out the year in order to maximize the participation of all student populations. The skills I have learned have been valuable tools in locating and obtaining employ- ment. I encourage every student at STCL to drop by the new convenient location of the CDO to learn about all the available programs. As a direct result of the listings featured in the Graduate Placement Bulletin, I am starting an exciting new position. Thank you, CDO! Judy R. Sundstrom STCL alum Bulletin board continued from page 10 * Job listings from the ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1993

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

Good Luck On February Bar! SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW Have a Happy Valentine's Day! ANNOTATIONS VOLUME XXI NUMBER 4 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law FEBRUARY 1993 f Study Abroad! South Texas students lounge near the famous Parisian landmark of Sacre Coegr. (L to R) Katie Spiller, Stephanie Martin, Blanche Stovall, Kevin Mashayekh, Troy Williams, Caroline Sweeney, and Matt Motes. by Camille Whitworth So you didn't get that clerkship at the Supreme Court for the upcoming sum- mer? What should you do now? Leave the country! Now, you don't have to do anything as drastic as joining the French Foreign Legion. Several law schools offer study abroad programs so you can get away from it all and earn some class credits to boot. Summer programs are offered in 32 countries on 6 continents: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

Pane 2 ANNOTATIONS February 1993 S.T.C.L. Dominates A Word From The Dean Dean W. L Wilks Welcome home! I hope each of you enjoyed your holiday. I also hope that you all returned to find nothing but 95's posted on the Registrar's Bulletin Board (I only wish the Dean had been more effective in insuring faculty compliance with the 30-day grading rule. There will be improvement here.) Since my last report to you a number of things have transpired. Four new Trustees have been added, to wit; Mac Greco of Tampa, Florida; Drayton McLane of Temple, Texas and the Houston Astros; Rob Mosbacher and Joe Musolino, both of Houston. These new Trustees will give us added prestige and will provide us with wise counsel. We lost one Trustee last week. Elliot Johnson, a graduate of this school and a member of our Board of Trustees for more than two decades and a former Chairman of the Board passed away at age 86. He loved this school as evi- denced by the great service he rendered us. He deserves much c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

Ffthruarv 1993 ANNOTATIONS Page 3 Stud/ (continued from page 1). Although South Texas doesn't offer a study abroad program, South Texas students represent a large percentage of the classes each summer. In the summer of 1992, seven South Texas students attended Tulane Law School's program in Rhodes, Greece. Sonya Aston, Kristi Boylan, Lisa Cullaro, Patti Fortney, Caroline Sweeney, Jerel Twyman, and Camille Whitworth took courses in international maritime law, conflicts of international laws, and comparative employment law. Classes were held in a luxury hotel on the beach. As in most study abroad pro- grams, classes were held four days a week so students would have three days to travel. Students in Greece had the opportunity to take weekend excursions to Turkey. Austria is an excellent choice for students who want to travel to as many countries as possible. Italy, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Germany, and In summer of '92,STCL students stayed in a Parisian flat on the banks of the Sei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

Page 4 ANNOTATIONS February 1993 CEELi Participants - (Seated) Seda Merijanian, Camille Whitworth, Kristi Boylan. (Standing) Dean Wilks, Professor Wharton, Caroline Sweeney, S. Michael McCown, Darryl C. Wolfe. (Not Pictured) Jerrie Fullenweider, Ursula Hall. Collegiate Crossword 11 ~ 13 Edward Julius Collegiate CW83-2 ACROSS 1 Object before a horse 5 Surviving trace 10 Track measure (pi.) 14 United States (abbr.) 15 Speak theatrically 16 Burrows and Lincoln 17 Of greatest excellence 19 Lively 20 FDR VP 21 Post-retirement title 23 Place: Gr. 25 Port , Egypt 26 Leadership quality 29 South American ruminants 33 Fedora 34 God 36 Obliterate 37 Minor 39 Loses moisture 41 "My goodness!" 42 Window or trooper 44 Part of KICK (pi.) 46 German article 47 Wise, loyal adviser 49 Fur merchants 51 Arden, et al. 53 Hall-of-fame pitcher 54 Enact again 58 Steinways 61 Jai 62 Report and analyze the news 64 Singer Smith 65 Stopwatch, e.g. 66 " the Mood for Love" 67 Baseball's Slaughter 68 Glances at 69 ...

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