South Texas College of Law, Annotations (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, February, 1974 Page: 7 of 8
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By B.C. Bovard
Law students are often criticized for narrowing their studies only to Law. In order to demonstrate
your knowledge in other areas this month's quiz is on Erotica in the movies and literature. The first person
to correctly answer all of the following questions will win $5 worth of food and beer at Shelby's. (The
ANNOTATIONS considered offering a pair of tickets to the movie, "The Devil and Miss Jones", but we are
not certain it will be showing very long.)
Complete the following questions:
1. Lady Chatterly's Lover was employed as
2. The Happy Hooker is a citizen of
3. Pauline Reage is the author of a famous erotic novel called
4 . is a popular X-rated movie about a young woman with
a part of her anatomy misplaced.
5. "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure" is better known as
6. "Justine" is a novel by
7. Allan Funt of Candid Camera fame produced what was probably the cleanest
X-rated movie ever made. It was called
8. "A House is not a Home" is the autobiography of
9. Linda Lovelace's real name is
10. The erotic autobiography, "My Lifé and Loves" was written by
DELT Low Froteriity Report
Delta Theta Phi Fraternity wishes to take this
opportunity to welcome each of you to the start
of a new semester. Many of you are beginning the
most important endeavor of your life. This
endeabor will include a period of adjustment to
new friends, the legal profession in general and for
many a new location, a legal fraternity can help
you make this adjustment.
Law, school, as you will discover, has an
almost totally academic atmosphere. This can
make it difficult to acquaint yourself with your
fellow students. A legal fraternity can add ta your
stay at South Texas College of Law, by giving you
a media for social interaction, as well as some
practical assistance in pursuing your legal
Nationally, Delta Theta Phi has over 55,000
members and is represented by over 90 Student
Senates at leading law schools throughout the
nation. At South Texas College of Law our
student senate is named in honor of E.E. Townes,
past Dean of our school. Our basic purpose is to,
at all times, depict the attitude and responsibility
that will be expected of us as professionals.
Delta Theta Phi affords an opportunity to
meet local attorneys through its monthly alumni
luncheons, sponsors educational seminars and
speakers such as Sam Rea, speaking on the multi
state bar and the traffic court seminar which drew
As with any organization, professional or
otherwise, one of the Delts big calling cards is its
social activity. This semester the social calendar is
packed with great events like the Rush Party, a
Shelby's bust, a graduation party and the Regional
Convention at Astroworld.
Delta Theta Phi awards annually in the Spring
the Bert H. Tunks Award to the outstanding Delt
at South Texas College of Law, thus recognizing
achievement within the fraternity.
Delta Theta Phi takes in a new class of pledges
each semester, who are initiated in the latter part
of the same semester. There is no set academic
requirements or number-of semester hours, other
than a good standing, to become a member. Nor, is
our membership limited to a specific number. We
extend a pledge invitation each semester to those
students who we feel will add to the quality and
professionalism of our fraternity.
You are invited to attend our Rush Party at
the Second Office Club on Bissonnet and Buffalo
Speedway on February 9th, at 2:30. Everyone is
welcome and feel free to bring a date. It will give
you an opportunity to meet the Delts socially and
evaluate the Fraternity for yourself.
February, 1974. ANNOTATIONS. Page
STCL Graduate Receives Outstanding Service Award
Judge C. Raymond Judice, right, judge of the Court of
Domestic Relations Number Two of Harris County, and United
States Judge John J. Sirica, left, recently received outstanding
service awards at the American Judges Association Annual
Conference, Boston, Mass.
Judice was ararded the association's Outstanding Judicial
Service Award. Sirica received the association's Award for Judicial
Courage for his handling of the Watergate affair.
Judge Judice graduated in 1961 from STCL. From 1956 to
1957 he served as legislative editor of the South Texas Law Journal.
BOOK SALE NOTICE
Used books will be returned
on Monday, Feb. 4, and
Tuesday, Feb. 5, between 2:00
and 7:15. Books will be available
in the 3rd floor Coffee Lounge.
Checks will be mailed to those
students who have sold all their
books. If you have not received
a check by Feb. 2, comc to the
place designated and pick up the
remainder of your books plus
any money due.
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Gagnon, Stewart W. South Texas College of Law, Annotations (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, February, 1974, newspaper, February 1974; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144342/m1/7/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting South Texas College of Law.