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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1971

Page five Election cont. S« B. 2k: Sale of Lists of Registered Voters by the Registrar Effective March 18, 1371 Registrar shall furnish copies of the lists of registered voters to any person requesting it, for which he shall make a reasonable charge. In any County where the voter registration lists are recorded on magnetic tape, the registrar shall furnish a copy of the tape to any person requesting it, for which he shall make a reasonable charge. The charge shall not be greater than an amount deemed sufficient to reasonably reimburse the registrar for his actual expenses in furnishing the copy. Costs incurred in registering the voters or in making up the certified lists from which the copy is taken shall not be included in the charge. S. B. 23: Filing of Haps and Precinct Returns in the Secretary of State's Office Effective March 18, 1971 Between September 1, 1971, and January 1, 1972, each County Clerk in the State shall furnish to the Secretary of State a map of his county showin...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1971

Page six HOW TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT FROM THE KISD By Kelly Frels and Todv Dupont (Absentee balloting for the Houston Independent School District Board of Trustee Election will be conducted from November first through the 16th) To roquoet an absented ballot for the Board of Trustee for the Houston Independent School District Election write to the Houston Independent School District, c/o City Secretary, P. O. Box 1562, Houston, Texas 77001. Your letter mav be an application for an absentee ballot or you may complete the application for ballot to voto absentee which is enclosed. In your letter, state your reason for asking for an absentee ballot or if using the application for ballot to vote absentee, complete the appropriate paragraph and strike those not applicable. The reasons for which you may vote absentee arei absent from the county, sickness, physical disability or religious belief. If your reason is sickness or physical disability, you must enclose a certificate of a dul...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1971

' i ¡s i Page eight #35. Liberals own Siamese cats v/ith clever nam*-- 3 usually drawn from mythology. 36. Liberals are still interpreting Marshall McLuhan. 37. Liberals own separate-component stereo systems. 33. Liberals take photographs of slums. 39. Liberals took half a day off for The Moratorium. 40. Liberals always buckle their seatbelts, cinch their shoulder straps, and adjust their head supports. 41. Liberals try to appreciate electronic music. 42. Liberals complain to their congressman. 43• Liberals know the difference between o^i^ami, kiricami, and ikebana. 44. Liberals have moral reservations about neutering their cats. 45. Liberals ^aint their walls white. 46. Liberals keep their pencils in Dundee Orange Marmalade jars. 47. Liberals don't like Danish Modern furniture anymore. 43. Liberals let their children see them nude. 49. Liberals have "outgrown11 pot. 50. Liberals nay to hear Leroi Jones Lecture . 51. Liberals attend writers1 conferences. 52. Liberals picketed V,:ool...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1972

JULY 18, ST Law Journal selects new staff The STCL Law Journal Editorial Board is pictured above. Sitting left to right are Dillon Ferguson, "ainstein, Del Fullen and J.C. Carroll. Standing lc ~ " George Hamm, Dennis Dylewski, Phillip Dixon, Jerry Weinstein, Del Fullen and J.C. Carroll. Standing left to right are Rodger Lampldn, Bruce i# Cecil Tebbs, and William Woods. Asst. Dean Ensle explains school's teaching methods By ASST. DEAN ENSLE I am pleased to welcome those of you who are new to our stu- dent body. No doubt many have clinical approach, will be used later in your Jaw school career. However, deductive analysis of in law school strange and theflrstto You are not lty with the Socratic dialogue which dominates teach- ing in beginning courses. Other teaching methods, such as the peuate pronouncements has established itself as an essen- tial part or legal study. Similar- ly you may find the examina- tion and grading process unique. After a brief period of adjust- ment, you shou...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1972

' ' v- WI. - sv* . r the pro- meters lit activities of Association if se ofvicepres- out that pro- is a list, or be gist of a list and ideas that tes made to it Body at the election This list* I hope, will ■strate two tMngs^ First, it seme of «Matates have already gone my in carrying out the is that they made to the~ Body. Secondly, it show the AS election by show- types of ideas and sote- i the problems that were ed during the election. I not tried to capture any- her than the concrete pro- and problems that were I have not attempted to the spirit or the ideas re presented about unity lings of a more abstract hat were brought out in the . This is merely an en- to point out the proposals give the student body a work to judge the perfor- of the candidates in the to lists of places giving discounts to students, two-hour parking student evaluations of teachers, reasonable time to grade exams, anda "GoldenTur- tle" award for last professor turning in grades, motions from the floor durin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1972

1 •-H-? ANNOTATIONS V iLV Congratulations STCL políticos Several professors and a stu- dent of South Texas College of Law were victorious in the May 6 primary and/or run-off on June 3* Bob Gamraage, instructor at Sooth Texas, with one Democra- tic opponent in the primary elec- tion, won the Democratic Candid- acy for State Senator, District 7. Mr. Gammage was a "Dirty SO member" as state represen- tative. He frees a Republican opponent in November. Gene Jones, Assistant Dean aid professor at STCL, is the Democratic Candidate for State B*>resentative District 97. He was victorious in the run-off by a substantial margin, and be also will tece a Republican in the Nov- Court of Harris County for si* years and was head of the grand jury division for two years. Senfronia Thompson, is the Democratic-Elect State Repre- sentative of District 89. Mrs. Thompson faces no opponent in the Fall. Mrs. Thompson is a student at South Texas College of Law. Voting machines regulations given LD. McMa...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1972

ANNOTATIONS Tuwdoy, July 18, 1972 Hypo on grading system at the end of the Fall Semester, 1971, (his 2nd semester in law school) tas completed 14 semester hours in Spring 1972, but feels he felled REAL PRO- Sfoto Bar Reception The State Bar of Texas held its annual convention July 5-8 at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel. STCL alumni sponsored a hos- pitality hour, July 6 in the Emerald Room of the Shamrock. Pictured at the reception are (1. to r.) Ralph Yarborough, Dean Garland Walker and Assistant Dean Gene Jones. Delta Theta Phi speaker program Last semester E.E. Townes of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity brought to South Texas College of Law a series of speak- ers who gave to the student body aa opportunity to hear inform- ally flie ideas of several promin- ent persons from outside the aca- demic community. Each session was held in the new 3rd Floor Student Lounge and was preceded by coffee and cook- ies. Typically each speaker gave a short presentation followed by a Question and answer p...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1972

VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 29,1972 SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW h Low student reveals well kept secret Father Bruce Kelly Congratulations ANNOTATIONS would like to congratulate the students who re- ceived the highest grade in course taken during the Spring Semes- ter, 1972, as follow: Abstracts Seminar Clarence T. Williams Admiralty. Charles B. Kirklin Agency and Partnership James D. Reed Conflict of Laws Robert Lewis Erwin Constitutional Law. (Tie) Mary Denning and Gregory M. Heath Contracts (Section I) Marshall M. Arnold Contracts (Section n) Eugene J. Miller Corporations Steven Jay Watkins Creditors' Rights Scott Jarrard Criminal Internship Dennis G. Green Criminal law I (Section I) Daniel Coffey Criminal Law I (Section n) Michael E. Shelton Criminal Law H Bruce F. Kelly Damages Michael S. Davis Domestic Relations Roy N. Hearne Equity. Ernest L. Kubosh Evidence Terence Gaiser Family law Steven J. Watkins Federal Income Tax. George M. Ha mm Introduction to Law Frank D. Alvarez Lab...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1972

t, SOUTH TEXAS LAW SCHOOL, September , BA president recalls progress, highlights of year's activities Order of Lytae purposes explained As the 95th Annual Meeting of Ithe American Bar Association I drew to an end, Leon Jaworski, Senior Partner of the Houston firm of Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman and Jaworski reflect- ed back upon some of the activ- ity and progress that has been achieved during his term as President of the American Bar [Association. Mr. Jaworsld reviewed three (areas of activity in which the As- sociation has been engaged that I seem to be important to the long- objectives as the leading or- Iganization of the legal profes- sion. The first of the areas is the continued efforts to improve the administration of justice. One [of the most important achieve- ments in this area, commended I Mr. jaworski, is the Code of Professional Responsib- ility, which provides the basic guidelines for the legal profes- sion's service to the public, and which has been passed in most of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1972

SP Í-3 >, 197Í, SOUTH TEXAS LAW SCHOOL, Page 3 I f 1 New president keynotes ABA meet By DELWIN DEL FULLEN One of the keynote speakers at the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association was newly elected president Robert Meserve when he spoke to over 250 law students assemblied from across the United States at the Law Student Division Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Mr. Meserve pledged to the law stu- dents that when he takes over as President of the ABA (which re- present 360,000 lawyers and 97,- 000 law students) he will look to the Division for advice and co- operation. "My concern for the present status and future viability of legal education is particulary acute. For, as law students are well aware, the number of law school applicants is so great that thousands of highly qualified men and women are being denied entrance into law schools this year simply because there is no room." President Meserve pointed out that within the past few years the legal profession has he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1972

£*• 4, SOUTH TEXAS LAW SCHOOL, r 29,1972 Law students attend Saa Francisco meeting By DELWIN "DEL" FULLEN Law students from law schools across the United States met in San Francisco for the Annual Meeting of the Law Student Di- visión of the American Bar As- sociation's 95th Annual Meet- ing. Among the activities that were presented for the law stu- dents was a series of workshops and programs designed to con- centrate on specifics areas in which the ABA's Law Student Di- vision can be of benefit to the Student Bar Associations and stu- dent bodies. Two panels were held during the course of the meet- ing. The Prison Reform Panel included California Deputy At- torney General Nelson Kempsky, author of the Attorney General's Report on Prison Reform; Wal- ter Karabian, Chairman of the California Assembly Select Com- mittee of Prison Reform and Re- habilitation; Joseph Sprangler, the Administrative Officer of the California Adult Authority; and Tracy Keenan Wynn, author of the film, The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1972

VOL. I, Na 3 SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW NOVEMBER 10,1972 STCL and Nation choose Nixon The following results have been tabulated from a poll taken at S.T.C.L. during the later part of October. If this accurately re- flects the preference of the na- tion's voters, Richard Nixon will be re-elected at the time of pub- lication of the ANNOTATIONS. A ballot which was taken in August in San Francisco at the ABA Annual Meeting by the "Am- erican Bar Association Journal" showed similar results. The "Journal" articles stated that "of a total of 1,452 ballots, Mr. Nixon received 892 votes com- pared with McGovern's 511, which means that the President won 61.4 percent and the Senator 35.2 per cent. The other 3.4 per cent represents forty-nine ballots marked for write-in candidates." S.T.C.L. students, faculty, and administrative staff voted on var- ious candidates and issues as fol- lows: 1. Name your Presidential pre- ference: 240 Richard M. Nixon, Republican; 111 George M. Mc- Govern, Democra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1972

fog* 2 ANNOTATIONS Friday, November 10, 1972 Missing in Action In a year of Presidential elec- tion it is comforting to know that STCL students elected SBA of- ficers who kept their campaign promises. This month Annota- tions would like to honor SBA Treasurer Rollie Weium who "promised that he would publish a monthly budget statement" a- mong other pledges. On several occasions Annotations formally and informally requested a fin- ancial statement from Mr. Weium for publication. As of this issue we have received no statement from Mr. Weium. Since taking office in June the SBA received roughly $3,000 with another $1630 to be deposited in the SBA ac- registration is completed. It is not implied nor inferred that there has been anything but the utmost integrity in the handling of these funds, but the student body is entitled to an immediate accounting or... SBA Secretary Paul Zeis de- serves the admiration of every- one who has ever sought elective office. He had no campaign, no platfor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1972

Friday, November 10, 1972 'Constructive Criticism' ANNOTATIONS TENTATIVE BUILDING PLANS PREPARED Pope 3 By Anonymous Even before it is even built, students will have a minimum of two complaints about the new S.T.C.L. building. The first complaint is that students, neither as a group nor as individuals, were consulted about any of the proposed plans. The Dean was consulted for he knew what he wanted and needed. The President was consulted for the same reason. The majority of people - the students - "using" the old renovated building and the new building were not cm- suited. Whether or not the librar- ian was consulted is unknown - but problems of control and ac- cessibility to the library seen obvious. The idea behind some of the allocations of space are based upon the fact that on week-ends the old building will be locked up; this will mean the carrels can- not be used, all student lounges will be closed, half the library and books will be closed, the lockers shut and the typing roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1972

ANNOTATIONS Friday, November 10, 1972 Delts i, By Mark Salvato Clerk of the Rolls E.E. Townes Senate of Delta Theta Phi will hold a meeting of its membership on Saturday, November 18, 1972 at 1:00 p.m. at which time it will have its an- nual election of officers. It will be the last meeting for the out- e officers: James R. Smith, ; Jack Pepper, Vice-Dean; Jay Sureent. Tribune; Martin Ha- lick, Clerk of the Excheqer Hogan Stripling, Master of the Ritual, and Mike Mallia, Baliff. Also scheduled for the meet- ing will be an initiation of the thirty-seven students listed as follows: -Gerald Dean Attaway -Calvin Albert Barker, Jr. -Robert T. Brown -franklin Douglas Clark, Jr. -Albert Milton Crowder, Jr. -Michael Scott Davis -Bill de la Garza -Dwight J. Dunlop, Jr. -Thomas Arthur Dunn -Join Weldon Granger -Nick E. Haberer -Chris Hanger -George L. Hazzard -Albert John Holly -Richard Preston Johnson -Sidney Johnson -Michael Smith Kelly -James Michael Loveless -Baker Stevens Lucas HI -Alexa...

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

VOL. I, NO. 4 SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW February 9,1973 Faculty Meets Evaluation (1/31/73) SBA President James Stafford announced that the South Texas Faculty met on January 26th and voted on teacher evaluations, pass-fail and classroom grading. Effective this semester each instructor who wishes topartici- page in a teacher evaluation will pass the survey appearing below out to his class about 4 weeks prior to the end of the semester. Only the instructors name will appear on the survey sheet which must be returned the night of the course final. The returned surveys will be packaged and sealed by the proctor in the same manner as the finals. Ctoly af- ter marking the finals and turn- ing in his grade sheet will the instructor receives the sealed evaluations. The results there- fore will be known only to the instructor and will not be made public at any time. Doctors Mos- es. Brannon, Blood, Wharton, Duffy, Ensle and Reiter indicat- ed Friday that they would par- ticipate. The facult...

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

Page 2 ANNOTATIONS Friday, February 9,1973 Stewart Gagnon James Stafford By Stewart W. Gagnon The series of recently pro- posed amendments are designed to provide a more representa- tive, more accountable, more workable Board ofGovenors.The objectives of these amendments are threefold; to increase student representation, to create limited constituencies for the represen- tative from the functional offices of Secretary, Treasurer, and Re- porter. Increasing the number of Sen- ators from three to nine will have the most profound effects upon matters brought before the Board of Govenors. Moreover, it will insure that a variety of ideas are considered. Iam confident that this will more adequately re- present the diversity of student opinion that exists. At the very least, the increase to nine Sen- ators will provide an easier ac- cess to the Board for the Stu- dent. As it stands now, three people represent the ideas and interests of 800 students. It is unreal- istic to expect these thre...

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

Friday, February 9,1973 Proposed Amendments ARTICLE IV SECTION 3. Strike lines 1,2,3, and line 4 up to and including "Constitu- tion", and insert: "The officers of the Student Bar Association shall consist of a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Re- porter, two Senators from each of the three law school classes as provided for in this Consti- tution, and three Senators from the Student Bar Association at large." ARTICLE IV - Alternate SECTION 3. Strike lines 1,2,3, and 4 up to and including "Constitution", and insert: "The officers of the Student Bar Association shall consist of a President,^ Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Re- porter, a Law Student Division Representative, two (2) Senators from each of the three law sc- hool classes as provided for in this Constitution, and three (3) Senators from the Student Bar Association at large." ARTICLE IV SECTION 4. Strike lines 23,24, and line 25 up to and including "regu- lar election therof", and insert:...

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

Pase 4 ANNOTATIONS DELT News by Mirk Salvato The fall semester of 1972 gave the E.E. Townes Senate of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity another successful and reward- ing experience. On September 30th, activities commenced with our rush party. The fraternity recognizes this party as a great success, for it resulted in the addition of 45 new members to E.E. Townes Senate. Two of these new members, Jim love- less and Marie Martin, were re- spectively elected to the senate offices of Master of the Ritual and Mister of the Rolls. The other elected officers are: Dean, Mike Mallia; Vice-Dean, Mark Salvato; Exchequer, Manuel Leal; and Bailiff, Bob Estrada. We are also proud to announce the addition of four new sisters in the fraternity. The success of the fraternity in the past year has largely re- sulted from the work and co- operation of our past officers. All members of E.E. Townes Senate extend to Jim Smith, Jack Pepper, Jay Surgent, Martin Hal- lick, Hogan Stripling, and Jerry Cosent...

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

VOL. í, No. 5 SBA Meeting Wednesday, February 21 at 7:30 pm was a meeting of the Student Bar Association. The meeting iras called to order by President Stafford and those in attendance were Paul Zeis, Bob Estrada, Chic Matthews, Rollie Weium, Jack Pepper and Jo Ann Gertaril. The minutes from the last meeting were read by Paul Zeis and the treasurer's report was read by Rollie Weium. No question or objection was raised to either. The following were appointed to the election commlttie for the election March 8 and 9." Independents-- Steve Halpin, Roger Schmidt, Dick Greenburg, Dennis Rich. Delts — John Mastin, Tody Dupont (Election Chairman), David Reed, Troy King. Pads — J. R. Smith, Carl Haggard, Mike O'brien, Bronson Mann. Dr. Charles Weigal is faculty advisor to the election commit- tee. The sum o! $25.00 wis al- located by the SBA to cover any incidental costs. The annual 13th cicirit LSD- ABA convention is March 8-11 in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Since this situation presents a Ural ...

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