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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1988

March/April 1968 — ANNOTATIONS — Mid Law Senator Candidate Adam Pulaski Adam Pulaski is running for Mid Law Senator. If elected his duties will be enormous, his tasks unend- ing, his responsibilities rivaling that only of the reporter following the Baker-Swaggart saga. He will per- form all of this work — and love it. The main responsibility, As Adam perceives it, is the quantity and quality of die infamous SBA Party. As former President of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity at the University of Texas* Adam knows what it takes to throw a party that will take your mind off studying, and put it on more important things such as drinking, drinking and drinking (not to be confused with drinking, drinking, and mingling). On the more serious side, Adam has set school policy concerning the consumption of alcoholic bev- erages not only for the University of Texas, but for numerous other schools across our vast global plains. He practices safe inebriation, (once again, not to be confused with safe sex,...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1988

Page 10 — ANNOTATIONS — March/April 1988 Oil and Gas Law FERC Revolutionizes The Natural Gas Industry by Scott D. Marrs The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is revolution' izing die United States natural gas industry. In October 1985, FERC issued Order436, which established new rules intended to complement price deregulation and to foster competition in the natural gas industry by ensuring that consu- mers can secure low cost gas supp- lies with quicker and greater access to transportation services. In June of 1987, the U.S. Court of Appeals for die D.C. Circuit, in Associated Gas Distributors v. FERC, upheld most elements of Order No. 436 but reversed and remanded to the Commission for further proceed- ings due to FERC's failure to address die issue of "take or pay" contracts between producers and pipelines. FERC subsequendy issued an interim rule, Order 500, which essentially readopts the regulations promulgated by Order 436 with modifications to deal with current take-...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1988

March/April 1968 — ANNOTATIONS — PIPELINE continued from page 10 Pipelines were fully aware of the risks involved in take-or-pay con- tracts and the courts are competent to determine whether the pipelines should perform under contracts on a case-by-case basis rather than allow FERC to impose an "across the board" abrogation of contracts between pipelines and producers. FERC's authority to abrogate take- or-pay contracts is questionable. As a consequence of setting aside such provisions in gas sales con- tracts, producers would remain obligated to sell all volumes their pipeline purchasers wanted to pur- chase, but pipeline purchaser's would have no obligation to take or pay for volumes which they did not purchase. This result is at odds with FERC's goal of fostering competi- tion in the natural gas marketplace. Furthermore, it appears that the take or pay problem is greatly over- stated, because the majority of pipelines have already privately negotiated take-or-pay settlements with...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1988

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law VOLUME xvn, NUMBER 6 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 FEBRUARY/MARCH Faculty amends academic policies At a recent faculty meeting, the faculty of South Texas College of Law voted several changes to the Academic Regulations dealing with Academic Defi- ciency and Probation. The full text of the new regulation, which will be effective beginning with registration for the fall semester 1989, reads as follows: Any student with a cumulative grade point average lower than 70.0 at the end of two or more semesters and/or summer sessions of instruction is on academic probation and will have one additional semester or summer session of approved course work to attain a cumulative grade point average of 70.0. Failure to attain a cumulative grade point average of 70.0 by the end of such additional semester or summer session of instruction will result in dismissal for academic defi- ciency. If the cumulative grade point average of a student ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

PAGE 2 —ANNOTATIONS— FEBRUARY/MARCH Action Taken Against Student Associate Dean W. David Easthas announced a disposition of a disciplinary matter involving a student cheating on an examination occurring at the end of the Fall semester, 1988. The student admitted that the student had left the examination room during die course of the exam and consulted books and notes and then returned to finish die exam. Hie matter was handled under the Summary Procedure provisions of the Interim Rule for Handling Complaints of Exam Cheating. The following sanctions have been imposed by Associate Dean East: The student was awarded a grade of SS in that course. The student will be required to complete six additional hours to graduate from the college, making a total fo 96 hours which must be successfully completed. At least four of these additional hours must be in a substantive course or courses tested and graded by an examination. The student has been placed on disciplinary probation for the next t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

FEBRUARY/MARCH -ANNOTATIONS— PAGE 3 In The Doug- Out with Doug Robb Spring training is upon us once again and so as to get the jump on all those other so called 'experts" I offer you these predictions for the upcoming season: NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST 1. N.Y. METS - too much of everything leaves the Mets with no weaknesses and the rest of the division gasping for air. 2. PITTSBURGH - Pirate fans will watch their Bucs stop in New York. 3. MONTREAL - A consistent third place club. 4. ST. LOUIS - Still trying to replace Jack Clark and John Tudor. 5. CHICAGO - The big wind out of Chi-town is Cub fans aglow over this mediocre team. 6. PHILADELPHIA - Another rebuilding year for the Phillies. NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST 1. SAN DIEGO - That's no misprint, the Padres have improved themselves more than any team in baseball. The Padres are this season's Dodgers. 2. CINCINNATI - Pete Rose inches closer to the top and the door. 3. SAN FRANCISCO - Expect a giant failure on the bay this season. 4. HOUSTON - T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

PAGE 4 —ANNOTATIONS— FEBRUARY/MARCH STCL Spring Banquet Slated by George J. Ruell III Mark your calendars and dust off your dancing shoes. The SouthTexas Spring Banquet promises to be an occasion ofepteproportions.TheSprmg Banquet is the culmination of the year's activities and the premier so- cial event at STCL. STCL students, faculty and many pillars of the legal community will gather at the Inter- con tinen tal-M arrio tt B allroom for the stated purpose of honoring the year's achievements. The Banquet, known in darker circles as the Prom, begins at 7:00 p.m. with cocktails in the Navarro Room. Dinner will be served in the Ballroom at 8:00p.m. Following the dinner is an awards presentation which should last approximately 45 min- utes. At 10:00 p.m. the real partying begins with live music. This year's band has not been formally booked. The two candidates are Ezra Charles & the Works and Jimmy & the Thin Men. Ezra Charles is an excellent dance and show band andhighlyrenown...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

FEBRUARY/MARCH -ANNOTATIONS— PAGE 5 Right to Life vs. Right to Choose HEALTH LAW: Roe vs. Wade: An Overview by C.F. Jeb Wait, M.D. Few ongoing controversies stir more national and individual in- terest than the issue of abortion. Frontpage headlines describe daily abortion protests across the coun- try. Groups and individuals con- tinuously voice their opposing po- sitions. The single most impor- tant ongoing question is whether the Supreme Court will overturn all or part of its landmark 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade. So far, every attempt by a state legisla- ture to restrict, inhibit or ban abor- tion completely has been uniformly rejected.Notice requirements, spous- al or natural father consent, time restrictions, and exposure to lit- erature or any other potential means to affect a woman's choice to have an abortion have been predicta- bly overruled. Until now, a woman's right of privacy and due process protec- tion have afforded her an abso- lute right to obtain an abortion. If t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

PAGE 6 —ANNOTATIONS— FEBRUARY/MARCH Reed s Reels by Reed O'Connor TEQUILA SUNRISE Ifyouwanttosee real life Hol- lywood star power, then "Tequila Sunrise" is the movie to see. Di- rector Robert Towne packs the screen with three of the industry's hottest superstars. Mel Gibson. Michelle Pfeiffer and Kurt Russell star in what Rex Reed calls "a drama thatBogey, BecallandCoo- per would star in." The story centers around Gi- bson's character, Mac Macusik. Mac is a likeable drug dealer who isbestfriendswithLt.NickFriesher, Russell's character. After their high school years together, Nick becomes a cop, and Mac does a stint in a Mexican jail until he is sprung by a Mexican drug king- pin. Mac becomes a drug broker while Nick moves up the ranks to thenarcoticsdivision.Afteranum- ber of years, Mac decides to re- tire. Mac starts his own business and begins to court Jo Ann Jal- leneri, played by Pfieffer, who is the owner of a very posh Italian Restaurant. Mac begins to fre- quent the restaura...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

FEBRUARY/MARCH —ANNOTATIONS— PAGE 7 Campus Coups ALVARO BRISENOII, a third-year student at South Texas College of Law, and CLYDE LEUCHTAG, a second-year student, recently were awarded $1,500 each in scholarships from the Faculty Minorities Committee/The scholarships are funded through the College's Annual Fund Program. Each fall and spring semester, two minority students are chosen by a faculty committee for the scholarships, which are awarded for the purpose of promoting diversity by rewarding outstanding scholarship and leadership among students who are ethnic minorities. Briseno and Leuchtag are among the top students in their classes. C. LEE PARMLEY, M.D., a second-year student just published an article in The Houston Lawyer. Parmley's article "The Attorney Affiant Turns Wit- ness," can be found in the Nov.-Dec. issue of the magazine. Annotations congratulates Dr. Parmley for his outstanding accomplish- Advocates Invade New York The South Texas advocates have once again distingu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1989

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

HLSA hosts Education Secretary Cavazos speech tops Law Week activities Secretary of Education Lauro Cavazos' speech at 1 pm Friday, April 6 in the Joe Green Advocacy Center will highlight STCL's Fifth Annual Law Week. Cavazos is here at the invitation of the Hispanic Law Student Association. Cavazos, formerly the presi- dent of Texas Tech Univer- sity, is the first Hispanic to hold a cabinet level position. He was appointed secretary during the waning months of the Reagan administration and retained in that position when George Bush made his appointments. Other speakers, athletic events, moot court and the SBA Spring Awards Banquet will be among the other e- vents included in Law Week. The Women's Legal Forum and the Black Law Students Association will each sponsor speakers on Monday, April 2. The WLF will host a criminal lawyer and a psychologist. They will discuss how the legal system has had to a- dapt as more women are ac- cused of committing heinous crimes. The speaker for BLSA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

PAGE 2 ANNOTATIONS MARCH 1990 DICTA By RAYMOND DANIEL ANNOTATIONS Editor One of the greatest things about our demo- cratic system of government is that we have the chance to choose our leaders. They do not inherit the positions, nor are they forced upon us. We sometimes choose leaders that prove to be unworthy, and sometimes those who are willing, capable and deserving of holding office do not get the chance. The is the downside of democracy. Only 12 of the 42 STCL students who sought office will actually be able to office the day after graduation. However, these races produced no losers. During and after the recent campaign I was able to meet and talk with most of the candi- dates. One candidate told me that, regardless of if he won or lost, he felt that there were no losers because he had been able to meet so many people during the campaign. Another student told me that even if she lost, her voice would be heard next year through the people who were elected to represent her. One s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

MARCH 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 3 Hagerman, Simmons win negotiations competition After successfully negoti- ating for five straight days, the team of David Hagerman and Tom Simmons were named winners of the BOA Intramural Settlement and Negotiations Competition. Doug Bassani and Betsy Crowe were the second jlace in the competition. After 60 teams competed in ^liminary rounds on Febru- ■ 5, the top scoring 16 ar?ns advanced to the octi- otf tK From that point half teams were eliminated receKjgy until the two top arsh,< competed in the final ana9 on February 9. eams of Bruce Buskirk eanne Kovas and Letts 1 ff Paip|anagan and Kelly office. ,ancec| t0 the Semi- —tach member of the •hich advanced to at R semi-finals received u or their accomplish- n o f f Quarter-finalists teams were George Robinson and Robin Coopwood, Raymond Daniel and Elizabeth Woodward, Cheri Dean and Charles Mei- sgeir, and Joe Mullins and Larry Rasco. The alternate teams for the quarter-finals were JoAnn Carter and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

PAGE 4 ANNOTATIONS MARCH 1990 Law Review news Hedrick heads Law Review next year Reesa D. Hedrick will be the Editor-in-Chief of the 1990-91 South Texas Law Review, current editor-in-chief David Wade recently an- nounced. Philip D. Nizialek will serve as Managing Editor. Margaret Banks, Bradley E. Blume, Sandra D. Hachem and Douglas H. Maddux, Jr. will be Articles Editors. Note and Comment Editors for next year are Leora Tei- cher Kahn, Lana Shadwick and Charles J. Williamson. Kendrick A. James will be Lead Articles Editor and Cheryl Baswell will be Re- search Editor. Jeffrey W. Hastings will be Business Manager. Law Review has 30 new members this semester. The new members include Beth C. Boswell, Christopher K. Brenner, Scott R. Cordes, Leana E. Dicke, and David L. Doggett. Also, Jeffrey A. Fanaff, David P. Frenette, Richard L. Gorman, Clay T. Grover, Harold W. Hargis and John Hawkins. CLS plans speakers every Tuesday The Christian Legal Society continues to be one of the most acti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

MARCH 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 5 SBA seeks Annotations applicants ABA inspection Students interested in ap- plying to be editor or busi- ness manager of Annotations need to apply to the SBA Executive Committee by March 28. To be eligible for either of these positions, a student must have completed at least 10 hours, be in good aca- demic standing, have at least three semesters remaining and not hold office in any other student organization. The Annotations editor receives a full tuition schol- arship and the business m- anager receives a one-half tuition scholarship. Letters should be delivered to Paul Clayton in the SBA office. "Even though they say tuition is lower than many private schools, it's gone up form $185 to $225 an hour in the last year and a half.* Dean Wilks predicts that the accreditation committee will find problems with the library. "I think that they will feel it's too crowded," he said. ABA standards require that a law library be able to seat two-thirds of the studen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

PAGE 6 ANNOTATIONS MARCH 1990 Disciplinary Actions In his "Meet the Dean" forum held February 21, Dean William Wilks suggested, in response to a question about cheating, that Annotations might consider printing the disciplinary actions which have recently been taken against st- udents. Having considered this idea, Annota- tions has decided to affirmatively act upon the Dean's suggestion. The following is a list of disciplinary punish- ments imposed by the Dean. These penalties were imposed upon the admission of commis- sion of the offense by the student so that no formal hearing was required. October, 1989, a student admitted asking others to sign the roll sheet on numerous oc- casions. The student admitted that actual absences exceeded the required amount. The student was dropped from that course with a 55 and required to attend all classes in his other courses for the remainder of the semes- ter. December, 1989, a student intentionally re- moved a video tape from the library witho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

MARCH 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 7 WHEN YOU NEED A LEGAL NOTICE PUBLISHED... YOU NEED IT FAST! Qrompt and dependable service is what you expect from a daily newspaper that publishes legal notices. Qnd that is what we deliver, every business day. S)Aill) Court iRetiieto * SERVING YOU SINCE 1889 MAILING ADDRESS PO BOX 1*119. HOUSTON. TEXAS 772M IKX4 EXECLTIVEOFFICES Ml 1 WEST LAMAR. HOUSTON. TEXAS 77IIÍV l«W TELEPHONE 7IV52K-MJ7 Professional Typing How to make your work look as good as it is: Professional typing gives your work thai impressive, polished look. For instance, we can make it appear "typeset" and tan offer technical advice, all at no extra charge. Our qualifications? Over the past twelve years we've typed numerous moot court competition briefs, including STGL's 1983 Benton Westinghouse brief, awarded best written brief, and the 1983 ABA brief, judged second best in the nation. Associated Executive Services 6250 Westpark, Suite 110 783-1872 ☆ ☆ ☆ Discounts to students ☆ ☆ ☆ HOUS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

PAGE 8 ANNOTATIONS MARCH 1990 Baron resigns, heads for South Dakota Roger Baron William L. Wilks Dean and President South Texas College of Law 1303 San Jacinto Houston, Texas 77002 Dear Dean Wilks: This will confirm my earlier indication to you that I have accepted a teaching position with the University of South Dakota School of Law effective for the 1990-91 school year. It was only after considerable deliberation that Claudia and I decided that this career move at this point in time would be the best for us. In the law school recruiting process for 1984-85 we came very close to going to South Dakota. Of course we came to South Texas at that time and we certainly have no regret about that. Among the many factors we considered is the fact that Vermillion is located very close to home for me , being only five hours north of Kansas City where Claudia and I were married and lived in 1979. South Texas has afforded me a tremendous opportunity to initiate and pursue my academic career. Th...

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