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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1981

Annotations Non-Profit Org. U.S.. Postage PAID Houston. Texas Permit 8451 Volume IX, Number 3 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 December 1981 Judge Bell notes years of change Most students here have taken a course or two under the stately old gentleman who smokes a pipe. His classes take on a rather relaxed atmosphere, consistent with his quiet voice and gentle spirit. He buttresses his lectures with humorous, yet informative anecdotes; remarks about his observations of the law — the way it works, the way it doesn't work, the way it should work. Judge Spurgeon E. Bell was born in Gatesville, Texas in 1908. He took his undergraduate and law degrees at the University of Texas — a bit of history he doesn't take lightly, evidenced by the burnt orange blazer he adorns frequently during football season. His law school classmates included former Governor Alan Shivers and Houston attorney Percy Foreman. At 25, Bell first came to Houston to embark on his legal career, joining the firm o...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1981

v- W m Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS — December 1981 Studymore (From THE RAVEN, with apologies to Edgar Allen Poe) Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary Over many a boring volume of Property, Tort, Contract, and other such forgotten lore, While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of someone gently rapping, rapping at my apartment door. "Tis some neighbor" I muttered, "tapping at my apartment door, Only this ¿nd nothing more." Ah, Distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December; And each separate yellow legal sheets torn from their binding and wrought themselves upon the floor, Eagerly I wished the morrow; vainly I sought to borrow Someone's outline, Finks or hornbook to surcease my sorrow— Sorrow for my lost Gilbert lore in some coniving colleagues hands, lost for evermore. And the pale, sad, uncertain rustling of the thousand yellow pages, Chilled me, filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before; So that now, to still the beating of m...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1981

v. W December 1981 - ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 f' f i Walker Winners Karen Zellars and Connie Payne were winners of the Garland Walker Mock Trial Competition. They are pic- tured here with Deans Walker and Ensle. X After you pass the bar, protect your future with the most complete professional liability coverage in Texas. Special rates available to new attorneys. KA INSURANCE CORPORATION OF AMERICA (713) 871-8100 ICA Center 4295 San Felipe P.O. Box 56308 Houston, Texas 77027 Student's spouse opines on school As a wife of a law student at South Texas, along with my husband I made a three-year committment. Upon making this decision, we knew that many obstacles would be headed out way. From that point on I knew our lives would be heading in a new direction and that if we both worked at it, it would be the right decision for our future. In the past year and a half that my husband has been studying law, bur lifestyles have changed. Not drastically — but enough so that at times I may feel the ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1981

Pag® 4 — ANNOTATIONS — December 1961 Sports Tads dominate playoffs; clinch championship Let's face it — I bet on the Yankees, the Browns and the Insatiables; 0 for 3. After handing the Mudflaps a sound thrashing, the TADS came back the follow- ing Sunday surprising the highly favored Insatiables in their 26-7 triumph. There is no denying that on November 8 the TADS had a better team. "Rocket" Rosen, the heralded quarterback for the TADS moved his precision offense at will by combining the explosivé short yardage game with a previously uncertain long range strike force in J. Pearlman. The TADS just overwhelmed their western divi- sion counterparts and forced them to make mistakes and play their game. The Insatiables never really became functional as their power-house offense could only muster four penetrations in the entire game against a defense reminiscent of the *75 Steel Curtain. The TADS began with a short strike from Rocket to Pearlman with Steve Singer adding the sxtra point. ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1982

Annotations Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume IX, Number 4 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 February 1982 Father knows best... Diversity distinguishes Riga by Dale O'Neal Jr. Dean Walker recently praised the South Texas faculty, stating that most of the professors have two graduate degrees with articles published to their credit. With Peter John Riga, STCL's newest professor, this is the classic understate- ment. The eminent professor of law holds eight graduate degrees, has published over 400 articles, and authored 25 books. He is currently working on two new texts and his typewriter is still warm from his latest article. His publications are measured not only in quantity, but quality as well. In 1967 his book, "The Church and the Revolution" earned the distinction of being voted among the best 15 Catholic books of the year. Ten years later as a student he won the highly coveted I.H. Prinzmetal Na- tional Legal Writing Competition. Before enl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1982

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS - February 1982 Letters to editor welcome Got a gripe, a comment, some criticism or maybe even some praise? We welcome letters to the editor and will run as many as our space permits. No unsigned let- ters, please. If you have a comment, submit it in letter form to: The Editor. You can either bring it by the Annotations office (slip it under the door if no one is there) or deposit it at the Information Desk and it might find its way to the Annotations mail box. This is your newspaper, and it's up to you to decide what goes in it. Annotations Editor Robert Johnson Business Manager Alan Magenheim Annotations is published monthly by students of South Texas College of Law, 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 (Suite No. 324), 759-9142. Ray Moses Have Your Resume Professionally Typeset Typographies 9001 Airport Blvd. Suite 701 Phone: 943-9137 Witt KM tWe judges fee. vJ y o ok. \ tTJUDAl 33WOOJ "300X5 (( Call "fcKe Pacu-lty secyglarvj . > „ . .. Co-n-tracts grade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1982

T -<r -v •- South Texas Col of February 1982 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 3 Recruiting Plan Beginning this term representatives from South Texas will be traveling to various Texas college and university campuses to recruit top students from around the state. Asst. Dean Treece and the Board of Advocates have set an aggressive plan to acquaint potential law students with STCL and to attract high- caliber students. Pictured at right is a recruiting poster that is being sent to all Texas colleges and univer- sities. •■«.ii i ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE • National lender in teaching trial and apellate adv<x a< y. • N.ninnal <:h,millions - AmiTK.in l ri.il l awyers Murk Trini (:<hii|x iIiIiiii. mi • State <:I|¿II1||||<MIS - state I tar til levas til Mimii court Similiter ItiHI • jmI lit \tilliin - International I.au Moot Court (Hinders Award - llest linen • A I'aculiv of Distinguished Scholars FLEXIBLE CLASS SCHEDULING • To accommodate both the full and |>nrt-timc student, the Law...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1982

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — February 1982 Sports roundup Enyoface to win by 3 by Boots Bukauskas South Texas Conference Bas- ketball got underway January 24th and a dynasty may be forming under the boards of the Casaboom YMCA. I'm referring to Enyoface — who are challeng- ing the defending champions, Shelby's Superstars, for suprem- acy on the court. After their first two games, the records are even and probably will remain that way until the February 14th show- down between these two giants. Each team sports excellent ath- letes but a slight edge must be given to the height of the Enyoface squad. However, what Shelby's lacks in reach they make up in aggressive, physical deter- mination under the boards. Mc- Garry, West, Downs and Hoover anchor the Superstar's attack and rank among the top 15 scorers in the league. Nonetheless, Enyo- face can boast of a run and gun offense in Dold, Evrard, Russ and Frappier who to date have delivered in excess of 100 points. When the two clash on the 14t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1982

HF Annotations Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume IX, Number 5 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 April 1982 Echevarría elected SBA president President-elect proposes changes in role of SBA M Mike Echevarría Mike Echevarría was elected SBA president for the 1982-83 school term during stu- dent elections held the first week of April. Echevarría won by a rather broad margin over his sole opponent, Dottie Phillips, in a low-turnout election. In an interview, the president-elect said he wanted to expand the role of the Student Bar Association at South Texas. "I don't think the SBA has been properly utilized in the past," he noted. "In the past, we've had factions of the SBA trying to control dif- ferent things instead of working together." Echevarría said the other officers-elect have similar feelings and ideas about the SBA's role here. Working together with other groups at South Texas is one of the new president's priorities. "Right now it seems th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1982

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS — April 1982 New SBA Offic «afea-ís -ir■, BOOTS BUKAUSKAS Vice President MICHAEL ROE DAVID DEE Senior Senato MICHAEL JONES Mid-Law Senator Senior Senator *1 1 T , i. ROBERT FRAPIER Mid-Law Senator LYNN CHERRY Freshman Senator BRIAN GONZALEZ Freshman Senator Volunteers needed Remember how you felt when you first got to Houston; what it was like at Freshman Orientation when you didn't know what to take or from whom to take it; what about the feeling of apartment hunting in a strange town? The SBA is interested in forming a Freshman Liaison Committee and needs your help to get it off the ground. They urgently need those of you who have been through the circuit at least once to volunteer your "expertise" as an upper class- Further information will be discussed at the organizational meeting sometime in May. Sign- up sheets for those who wish to act in an advisory capacity will be posted in the SBA office and in the lounge at the beginning of the Summer Semester. Brin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1982

April 1982 — ANNOTATIONS - Page 3 1 * j T K * -1. T STCL hosts client counseling regional by Dale O'Neal, Jr. The Law Student Division of the ABA selected South Texas to host the 14th Annual Regional Gient Counseling Competition, held earlier this spring. The subject of this year's competition was "Child Custody, Child Sup- port." Prof. Charles Weigel was ad- visor to the South Texas team. Last year only twelve students participated in the client counsel- ing intramurals, but Weigel's enthusiasm brought in over 40 students for this year's event. Intramural competition re- duced the contestants to four counselors to represent South Texas at regionals. STCL's team was made up of Floyd Prozanski, Patricia Totten-Wilder, Imogen Papadopoulos, and Jo Dickxon. Bill French, winner of last YfxT?3 . . year's competition, served as Director of this spring's competi- tion. He spoke highly of the practical advantages to participat- ing in the event. Citing this competition as virtually the only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1982

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS - April 1982 Tennis, Race Judicata Nemeth glides past Lacatoure, April 3, 4 Along with spring showers came the Race Judicata and the annual tennis tournament. April 3 and 4 were set aside for tennis at Memorial Park and as usual the competition was fierce this year. In mixed doubles, the battle of the Mudflaps took place as G. Agüero and E.J. Zamora pitted their talents against M. Lacatoure and C. Lazzari. Throughout this seige for control of the court, Lacatoure and Lazzari showed poise and power and overcame the last minute drive of their opposi- tion. The crown this year in mixed doubles went to a well deserving team. In the Men's A Bracket, the round to watch was the one between S. Nemeth and M. Echevarría in the semi-finals. Echevarría jumped to an early lead in the match and looked like the favorite in the second set when suddenly he seemed to be befallen with arm problems. Nemeth came back in that set and in the third set to prevail over Echevarría by hit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1982

Annotations Non-Profit Org. L'.S. Postage PAID Houston. Te^as Permit 8451 Volume IX, Number 6 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 August 1982 Thompson remembers when From one room to electronic age by Dale O'Neal Staff Writer She remembers the "small begin- nings" of a very small library. Her first day at the STCL Library was March 15, 1966. For seven years after that date, she was the library's sole employee. Shelving books, ordering materials, filing, and typing kept Mrs. Thompson busy as the 700 students sought her for every aspect of library assistance. "It was a demanding job, but at that time, we all knew each other... the library was one large room." Mrs. Thompson increased the number of volumes in that one large room until eventually, "you had to take something off a shelf to get the next new book on a shelf." Even though those times past may seem like cruel and unusual punishment to some, Mrs. Thompson speaks of them warmly and reflects back with a smile. "There were onl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1982

Page 2 - ANNOTATIONS - August 1982 v %-v f > . TCTA Organizers Dean Ensle and Jimmye Starns go over some last minute preparations for TCTA. The Deli 1106 Dallas 652-3966 I A New York-style gonmet sandwiches and homemade salads Po-Boys Cold Beer Fast Service Party Trays Available Open: 8-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. T.C.TA. learning experience for layers, students Leo's 24 hour Typographies Coffee Shop 9001 Airport Blvd. Houston, Tx. 77061 943-9137 Breakfast Lunch & Dinner Orders to Go Just around the Corner from STCL 1203 Fannin 652-5955 Typesetting Brochures Programs Newsletters Business Forms Since 1977 lawyers from around the state have attended STCL's Texas College of Trial Advocacy. The sixth such meeting culminated last week here. Director John Ensle said that the six-day event "utilizes all of the law school facilities between the summer and fall semesters," which is why many students may have experienced worse than average parking problems in the interim between terms. The course...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1982

V 1 v -i —-iv— *- August 1982 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 *r -* r * ► ^ f- u 4-4^ -*•> - «- -«> - *■ «I- ili Charter Members by Dale O'Neal Staff Writer The universal secondary goal of law students is to "make law review." Law Review, or Law Journal, traditionally represents the upper crust of the law school community. Standards for admis-. sion are set high and competition is keen for editorial positions. Many larger firms use law jour- nal experience as a screening device during interviews. Paula Pope Webster, Editor in Chief of the South Texas Law Journal, said that only about IS percent of the students here qualify for the journal. Requirements for admission in- clude 23 semester hours completed with a minimum grade average of 80. Only about half of those quali- fying actually enroll for journal. Many have heard of the long hours spent "cite checking" and have decided the reward is not worth the effort. Nothing could be further from the truth, ac- cording to Webster. Experience...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1982

y >• Page 4 - ANNOTATIONS - August 1982 Delta Theta Phi Chapter seeks new members Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity has an active chapter at STCL, ac- cording to Phil Azar, dean of the organization. The Edgar E. Townes Senate is always seeking new members of high calibre to continue its tradition, Azar said. Delta Theta Phi originated in 1900 when some senior law students at Cleveland Law School in Ohio got together to study for the bar exam. After they were ad- mitted to the bar, they continued their weekly meetings to engage in research work and enjoyed them so much they decided to become a "fraternity." Some fellows at Northwestern University in Chicago did much the same thing in 1902 and formed Alpha Kappa Phi, while in Car- lisle, Pa., at the Dickinson School of Law in 1903, Theta Lamda Phi Was created. (They had an official magazine, "The Paper Book", which is now the official magazine of Delta Theta Phi). These three fraternities amalga- mated in 1913 at the LaSalle Hotel in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

Annotations Non-Profit Org. T.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 1 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 October 1982 Tryouts to take place in October for International Moot Court by Paul S. Ginsburg All students are encouraged to participate in the try-outs in October for the International Moot Court Team. Individuals, rather than teams, compete for a place on the school varsity team. Selections for the team are based solely upon the student's oral performance before a panel of judges, although a memorandum of law with a maximum of ten pages is also required. The Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition is geared for students interested in international law. No special knowledge is required, though, for those students interested in trying-out for the South Texas College of Law varsity team. The national and international final rounds are held each year in Washington D.C. Students from other countries vie for the International Division Championship and then ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS — October 1982 Portrait of the lawyer as a person by PJ. Riga The legal profession is in trou- ble. At parties, I admit with the greatest reluctance, that I am an attorney and with even greater reluctance that I teach lawyers-to- be. After I do so, the inevitable comes upon me, ranging from half truths to defamation to the scurrilous. The litany of com- plaints includes: the responsibility for the release of insane and dangerous criminals on society, the over legalization of society and the under seeking of justice, the crass greed of lawyers, inciting unneeded litigation to the point where everything wrong with society seems to have a legal solu- tion. Any many more. The modern lawyer is regarded as a honed technician whom you need to ward off the higly trained technicians of the other side. Our voodoo must be stronger than the other guy's voodoo. Nothing human, compassionate, just; only what the law will do to you (or not) in certain circumstances (O.W. Holmes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

October 1982 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 2-fer Sale! Choose any suit...select another ...get a special "2-fer" price! A brief opportunity for knowledgeable bargain-hunters to pick up a whole fresh WARDROBE in our top quality, famous brand clothes at a fraction of typical retail prices! In times like these, especially, how can you beat it! SUITS SUITS SUITS $ MORE THAN 25 FAMOUS BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM! If you don t need two. bring a friend to share the savings! 2 fer $369 2 fer $249 2 fer $299 KUPPENHE MER DOWNTOWN 1801 San Jacinto St At Jefferson St. • Phone 652-6193 OPEN MON. — FRI., 9 AM to 8:30 PM, SAT. 9 AM to 6 PM SOUTHWEST 7800 Harwin St. OPEN MON. — FRI., 9:30 AM to 9 PM, SAT. 9:30 AM to 6 PM Phone 784-1934 NORTH on FM 1960 at Breck St. North Oaks Center next to Handy Dan's • Phone 537-9934 OPEN MON. — FRI., 9:30 AM to 6 PM, SAT. 9:30 AM to 6 PM SOUTH — "Grand Opening Almeda Mall across from "Best" • Phone 941-5342 OPEN MON. — FRI., 9:30 AM to 9 PM, SAT. 9:30 AM to 6 PM Visa and Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

Pag 4 — ANNOTATIONS — October 1982 California or bust!_ ABA/LSD annual meeting proves informative by James Spear I found the Emerald City of "Oz" upon landing in San Fran- cisco International Airport. I should have known the trip would be exciting when the cab driver asked me to proof his latest movie script. All in all, the trip from the airport was fast and the script pro- vided me with my first laugh in California. I was deposited safely at the University of San Fran- cisco, prepared to attend the 1982 American Bar Association Law Student Division Annual Meeting. That afternoon, I was greeted by conference host Vic Conte and swept away for my first glimpse of the City by the Bay. Things could not have gone better. Later that evening, Ross Palmer, STCL ABA/LSD representative, ap- peared and I was briefed on the upcoming events. This year's business included a list of resolutions which resembled the Houston Yellow Pages. The subject matter, to be ruled on by the Board of Governors ...

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