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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

October 1982 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 5 Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity history unique by Gerri G. Lawrence The Phi Alpha Delta (P.A.D.) legal fraternity at South Texas College of Law is an active mem- ber of a collegiate and alumni net- work that spans across interna- tional borders. The largest legal fraternity, P.A.D. was founded in 1897, with the South Texas chap- ter being installed in 1959. Presently efforts are underway to organize a P.A.D. Alumni chap- ter in Houston. In 1970 Phi Alpha Delta became the first legal frater- nity to admit women and in 1972 Phi Delta Delta legal fraternity for women merged with Phi Alpha Delta. The orgin of P.A.D. is unique as it is the only law fraternity whose roots were nurtured in a legal controversy. In November of 1897 the Supreme Court of Illinois adopted a rule for admission to the Illinois bar which seriously af- fected many students then prepar- ing for admission. To protect their rights they organized the 'Law Student League'. This leagu...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

Page 6 - ANNOTATIONS — October 1982 Future Interests Most first semester students enrolled in Property simply smile when asked a future interest question. Future interests are in fact difficult, especially when extracted from casebooks. Bergin and Haskell may help some, but they were unable to help me. Moynihan was my oasis in the desolate desert known only to remaindermen. "Introduction to the Law of Real Property" by Cornelius Moynihan spends but a mere 50 pages on future interests, yet the reader emerges from the depths of darkness and is often flooded in the light of simplicity. Although future interests were the reason for my purchasing the text, the bounty does not end when the remainder vests. The Rule in Shelly's Case and The Doctrine of Worthier Title are found within the bindings. Read on and differentiate between springing and shifting uses. Joint tenancy and tenancy in common are put in their respective houses. Available at the Bookshelf, 225-4738, located near STCL at 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

October 1982 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 7 For Your Information Alumni banquet luncheon slated for Oct. 21 The Annual Banquet Luncheon for alumni is slated for October 21, 1982. At that time the officers will be installed and awards for "Distinguished Alumnus of the Year" will be presented. The location is Brennan's, and the time is 11:30-1:30 p.m. Annual STCL golf tourney scheduled Oct. 1 The STCL Annual Golf Tournament will be October 1. The site is the prestigious Lake Houston Country Club. Tee off will be at 10:00 a.m. Twenty dollars covers green fees and golf cart. Prizes will be awarded all winners. The tournament is sponsored by the SBA and the alumni. For more information contact Clay A. Cornett at (w) 626-8060 or (h) 782-6527. Mid-law student wins Dr. Pepper Jeep Warren St. John, a mid-law student from Fort Worth, was recently announced as the first winner of a specially decorated Jeep Scrambler. The Jeep was a promotional gift from the Houston area Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Outfitt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1982

Page 8 - ANNOTATIONS - October 1982 Pigskin preview Some gotta win, some gotta lose by! Sports Department SEPTEMBER. In Houston that means long days of swealtering heat, increased insurance premiums, and flag football. Around the lounge at South Texas, veterans circle the tables swapping tales of games "we almost won" and sweeping the in- coming rookies for the one who may have potential. And all for what... the bragging rights to the highly coveted Intramural Foot- ball Crown. Last year's champions, the TADS aka the Jewboys aka the Beruit Bombers, are back with veterans as well as newcomers. "Rocket" Rosen returns at the helm with a chart plotted for a. second consecutive conquest, but hallucinations are the first step toward insanity. Though they sport the same quick offensive punch which is their hallmark, the loss of key personnel may provide some holes in the defense. The talent is there but a diversified air- ground attack may prove devas- tating. Sorry Rocket, your team is fu...

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

Non-Profit Org. I S. Postage PAID Houston. Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 2 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 November 1982 ABA Membership Drive Announced South Texas students will have an opportunity to join the American Bar Association November 15 through November 19 at the reduced law student divi- sion price. According to Ross Palmie, ABA Representative for STCL, the $8.00 membership fee entitles the student to 9 months of Student Lawyer, 12 months of ABA Jour- nal; reduced section membership prices; low cost major medical insurance; one year free ABA membership after graduation; 30% discount on PMBR multi-state seminars; 15% Hertz discount and more. The membership drive will be conducted in the STCL lobby between 4:30 and 5:30 Monday, November 15 through Friday, November 19. South Texas to house two courts by Dale O'Neal, Jr. The long awaited groundbreak- ing took place on October 8, at 12:30. The event started with an informal buffet in the first floor lounge. Due to ...

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

Pa ge 2 - ANNOTATIONS - November 1982 by PJ. Rita For those of you out there who had any doubts that the rich are different, are treated differently by the agencies of government, that there are two sets of laws, one for the rich and another for the poor and middle class, then here is a lesson in law for the few of you who remain as yet skeptical. Recently, ten of the richest oil companies in the United States were judged by GAO and other investigatory agencies, to have de- frauded the American people of some one thousand eight hundred million dollars in illegal oil prices. Now one would expect the equal protection of the laws — and their equal application — but this was not so. Somewhere in its infinite wisdom (for reasons not revealed to the plebs), the government asked for the return of only 200 million of this dishonest 1.8 bill- ion dollars. Crime does not pay if you are poor or middle class. If you are big enough, steal greatly enough, have high powered law- yers to speak doub...

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

November 1982 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 South Texas College of Law team members Neil McCabe, Devon Decker, and Skip Leake won second in the nation. Pictured above is McCabe and Decker, seated is Ken Wright, Chief of the Litigation Section of the ABA; Chief Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit; Honorable Frank Celebreeze, Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court; and Honorable W. Wiseberger, Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. Over 200 participate in Orientation Day by David W. Holman The fifth annual Alumni Pro- fessional Orientation Day, held on Saturday October 16, was a great success, according to both organizers and participants. The event, which was co-sponsored by the S.B.A. and the Alumni As- sociation, gave students an op- portunity to learn about special- ized areas of law practice from distinguished Harris County at- torneys. Ron Wardell, '79, the Alumni Association Sponsor, charact- erizes the event as a "valuable ad- dition" to th...

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

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — November 1982 Professor Engerrand: admiralty at South Texas Maritime law at South Texas is embodied in Professor Kenneth G. Engerrand. For the past five years he has taught the courses in admiralty and maritime personal injury, but his work with those students interested in the law of the sea does not stop with those classes. As Houston has taken on international significance in maritime matters such as ocean shipping and offshore exploration for oil, gas and minerals, the maritime program at South Texas has expanded to prepare students for the needs of the maritime com- munity. One of the more unique aspects to Professor Engerrand's char- acter is his constant drive. Up at three o'clock a.m. and at work between four and five o'clock, Monday through Saturday, Pro- fessor Engerrand is able to devote four solid hours every day to work for the school, whether it be for the South Texas Law Journal, class preparation or counseling and helping students. Professor En...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1982

November 1982 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 5 For Your Information Outline files to close for the semester The outline and exam files will close for the Fall semester on November 22. The last day for turning in materials and paying fines which are due will be November 24. New outlines have been submitted for Contracts and Constitutional Law. Dr. Taylor has provided the SBA with copies of his old Torts I and Torts II ex- ams. SBA offers plead-out for parking tickets With parking being a major problem for the students of South Texas, the SBA has a plan to take care of those parking tickets which have piled up over the years. If you're interested in paying a reduced rate for those tickets, stop by the SBA office on the third floor and see Mike Echevarría. Board of Advocates announces appointees Congratulations to the following people who have been ac- cepted as candidates to the Board of Advocates: Linda Cole, Mark Haas, Kerry Hagan, Robert Holt, James Jameson, Deborah Kendall, Paige Pace, Floy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1982

Page 6 — ANNOTATIONS — November 1962 Self Study Program Sponsored by STCL South Texas College of Law will undergo review of its ABA accreditation in the near future. To aid in the review process, student input and suggestions are being solicited. Your suggestions will be reviewed by the Faculty-Student Committee and then presented to the ABA Examiners. If you have an idea which will help South Texas maintain or improve its proven high caliber education or overall committment to the legal community, write it down on a piece of paper or use the form below and drop it off in the box provided outside the Annotations Office on the third floor. Deadline for sub- missions is November 2, 1982. Women In Law elect '82 officers by Joyce M. Palmer Women In Law recently elected the following officers: Carole Hurley as President; Margaret Lombardo as Vice President; Allison Jones as Secretary; Leticia Barguiarena as Treasurer; Alice Ball and Joyce Palmer on Public Relations. Recent events include...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1982

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1982

Page 8 - ANNOTATIONS - November 1982 Players' strike hits South Texas intramurals by Boots Bukauskas Bowing to the steadfast pressure of their professional compatriots, two South Texas In- tramural football teams cut short their seasons in a show of union solidarity. I'm referring to the unselfish efforts of the Mudflaps and the Bananas. Due to their seemingly concrete impasse with the Management Council both teams resolved themselves to a last place finish in their respective divisions. "This could have been a pro- ductive, constructive season, but we just couldn't resolve the issues Downtown YMCA offers best buy in physical fitness, dollar for dollar by Kirk Oncken Without a doubt all profes- sionals agree on one aspect of day tó day work: no longer is mental fitness alone adequate, the physical tone of your body often determines how well your mind is able to work under pressure. We in downtown Houston are for- tunate to have perhaps the nation's finest health facilities available...

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

Annotations Non-Profit Org. I S, Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 3 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 December 1982 Moot court team wins national competition by David W. Holman The STCL Moot Court Team, coached by Assistant Dean T. Gerald Treece, won the national championship at the Benton Foundation National Moot Court Competition held in Chicago, Il- linois on October 21-23,1982. The team defeated the University of Indiana in the final round to avenge last year's second place finish (by 1/19,000 of a point) to Indiana in the ABA Competition. In addition to the national title, STCL received the award for the top written brief and the top ad- vocate, Karen Debiasse. Other team members included Robert Smith, captain; Janet Ross and Daniel Leedy. The tournament was judged by Supreme Court justices from Il- linois, Indiana and Wisconsin; Federal Court of Appeals justices from the 7th Circuit; and mem- bers of the federal trial bench from Indiana and Illinoi...

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

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS - December 1982 In search of a judicial clerkship . by Robert L. Seibert So you think you might like to work for a court after you gradu- ate from law school? Many good students consider this option after it has become to late to apply for such a position. The opportunity to work "one-on-one" with a judge will provide the graduate with great practical experience and valuable contacts within the legal community. The job allows the graduate who is unsure about which area of the law to practice upon graduating, the opportunity to gain exposure to many areas of the law. One can learn first-hand how the judicial system works. The temporary appointment al- lows the graduate to delay a per- manent employment decision for one-to-two years. The time to begin searching for a clerkship is during the spring of the second year in law school. This is about one year and four months prior to beginning the job, usually in mid-to-late August. This early application process catche...

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

December 1982 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 3 Phi Delta Phi initiates forty-one new members at STCL on Oct. 12 by Robert L. Seibert In the spring of 1982, Phi Delta Phi began at South Texas College of Law with 18 charter members. After holding a rip-roaring party on October 2nd at Marvin Cher- nosky's Hideaway for Fighting Texas Aggies, the fraternity's of- ficers realized that we were not just another great banana hoax. The Wood Inn held an induction for 41 new members on October 12, 1982 at S.T.C.L. Assisting in the induction as benchers were the Honorable Spurgeon Bell (Robert's Inn, University of Texas), the Honor- able Lynn N. Hughes (Wood Inn, South Texas College of Law), Ward T. Blacklock, President of Province XVI (Tarleton Inn, St. Mary's University), Donald R. Looper (Hutcheson Inn, Universi- ty of Houston), Ronda Kay Par- ma (Magister, Wood Inn), and Devon H. Decker (Vice-Magister, Wood Inn). The Wood Inn named the Hon- orable Lynn N. Hughes as its sec- ond honorary member. The ne...

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

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS - December 1982 'Online' system offers variety of information by Gerri G. Lawrence Most attorneys and law students are familiar with the legal information available from com- puter research systems such as LEXIS and WESTLAW. How- ever, many are unaware that a vast amount of valuable informa- tion on other subjects is available via a computer system known as "ONLINE". That's the term used by librarians and information analysts to describe doing research using a computer terminal, a local phone call and databases offered by commercial database vendors. What it means to the practicing at- torney or ambitious law student is that a request for information on a topic — be it pending New York oil pricing legislation, or the tox- icity of a pesticide to fish in Texas lakes — can be answered quickly, completely, and at a relatively low cost. If you're familiar with our school's WESTLAW system it is easy to comprehend this. Com- puter systems are generally quick in their ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1982

December 1982 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 5 An interview with Warth by David W. Holman As a first year law student, I have been confronted in several classes with the slightly bemusing case of Warth v. Seldin, 422 U.S. 490 (1975). For those who have never heard of this case or those who have heard of it but cannot distinguish it from Fong Haw Tan v. Phelam, 333 U.S. 6 (1948), I will offer a brief, but by no means complete, synopsis. Warth and 483 others were citizens of Rochester, New York. They sued the neighboring town oif Penfield, New York, which by zoning ordinance prevented the residence therein of anyone named Rochester, or something like that. Anyway, Warth and his buddies decided this was unconsti- tutional and they hired the noted, but floundering, law firm of Feeber, Johnson, Dinkley and Moot to press their claims. The case made it all the way to the Supreme Court where Mr. Justice Powell, in a majority opinion (and undoubtedly beleagured by a con- siderable backlog), decided to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1982

Page 6 - ANNOTATIONS — December 1982 To wit: the joys of recitation in law school by David W. Holman To a new student, the concept of recitation can conjure up con- cepts of chainsaw massacre or kit- ten death. For those of you who are entering this law school for the first time, let me assuage those fears. Our professors have broken from the long held and much maligned traditions of recitation. Rather than resort to intimida- tion, humiliation and slander (tac- tics that are still in vogue at most of our nation's law schools), our professors believe that more can be taught (and learned) through encouragement, guidance and, yes, good-old-fashioned kindness. This refreshing notion was first espoused by the reverend Dr. Mer- vin L. Tidewater, who once said, "A law student's purpose is to learn law, isn't it? We shouldn't bruise his little ego and make him upset, should we? That defeats our purpose, doesn't it? What kind of lawyers are we going to have if we make them all wimps? Huh?" ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1982

December 1982 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 7 An Alternative to Rent Condo • Home • Townhome • Ownership 1. Equity 3. Tax Deductions 2. Appreciation 4. Convenience For information call Denise Mitrano (471-4097) or Jeb Wait (797-6685) Licensed Realtors RON MAFRIGE & ASSOCIATES A Common Sense Investment ATTENTION STUDENTS Do you have typing needs? Ever think about how nice it would be to have your assign- ments done on a word proces- sor, But didn't think you could affort it? You'd be SO-O-O-O surprised!! Prices start at $2 per page (double-spaced pica letter sized paper). Also, a Special Student Discount on word processing Is now being offered. Simply bring the cou- pon below and you will get a 10% discount on your word processing. We're located near Alme- da Mali about 20 minutes from U of H central campus. Call now to reserve your time. Local references available upon re- quest. Do ' Word Processing I Student Discount Card | ' 10% Off Any Typing ' t Offer good til 12-31-82 | I Call 943-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1982

Page 8 — ANNOTATIONS — December 1982 On any given Sunday. Murgers, Darkhorse meet for "Super Bowl 99 by Boots Bnkauskas On a cool, blustery autumn afternoon in late October, two of STCL's finest squared off on Grady Field for the long awaited Super Bowl. I'm speaking of the clash between the Murgers and Darkhorse. Though odds makers in the lounge predicted a blow-out for the Murgers, Darkhorse proved that it wasn't a fluke that they had made it to the finals. Prior to the game, both sides clamored about their respective adventures the night before at the Meridien but when the whistle blew for the first half to begin hang-overs took a back seat to pride. Both teams were relying on con- sistent play from their quarter- backs — Rick Greenleaf from the Murgers and Mark Rogstad of the Darkhorse. Their styles conflicted sharply and the teams constructed their defenses accordingly. Green- leaf has always been known as a drop back, pocket general while Rogstad changed his game plan late in ...

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