South Texas College of Law, Annotations (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, February, 1974 Page: 8 of 8
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P*e 8, ANNOTATIONS, Febraaiy, 1974
STCL Football Teams End Season With Wins and Trophies
by Jim Skelton
ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer
Approaching final exams did
not-deter either of STCL's flag
football teams from making
determined comebacks in the
Sunday Afternoon Apartment
Athletic League playoffs. Both
were awarded team trophies, and
each team placed two players on
the league's all star squad.
The Sunday before final
exams began last December, the
Gold team faced Woodway
Square in a grudge match for the
Woodway had humiliated Gold
during the regular season 26-0,
and Gold washout to avenge the
defeat which kept it out of the
Gold took a 7-6 lead at
half time in typical Bucky
Allshouse to Steve Peacock
fashion. Early in the second half
Allshouse connected with a
towering, long bomb to Don
Brandy in the end zone, and
followed that with an atypical
extra point completion to Jim
Skelton. Allshouse clinched the
victory with a length of the field
toss to Robert Foster and a
scrambling strike to Larry '
However, it was the mighty
defense, as led by die heroic
efforts of Ulis Whitecotton, Bob
Franks and Gerard Schicker
That's My Dad Out There
During the Gold Team's last game, Ed Blackwood's son casts an
admamg glance toward his all-star father's performance
Golf Tourney Slated
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receptacle outside the Dean's office IF you want to play in the First
Annual South Texas College of Law Golf Tournament.
Hie tournament will be played on a weekend, repeat, a weekend
in either die middle or end of March at the Hermann Park golf
course. Starting time will be around noon so those of you who are
married may begin psyching your spouse and/or children for a
wonderful afternoon at the zoo.
ANNOTATIONS i¿ sponsoring the event which will feature
winner and runner up trophies for blind handicap and stroke team
competition and blind handicap and stroke individual competition.
Entry fee for the tourney is $3 and includes green fees plus a
keg of beer on the 19th hole. Also, up to ten sets of rental clubs will
be available in the pro shop for three bucks a throw. If you want to
play and need some clubs please indicate so on the blank below and
they'll be reserved for you.
It is imperative that we know at ieast a month in advance how
many will be playing so please tear off the blank below, and submit
FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL STCL GOLF TOURNAMENT
and/or. friend won't complain.
Please reserve a set of rental clubs.
which preserved the sweet 26-20
win for Coach Ray Moses' and
James Stafford's Gold team.
Stafford accepted the trophy for
the championship of the
Consolation Playoffs, while
Peacock and Ed Blackwood each
received individual trophies for
being named to the league's all
Earlier that same Sunday
Coach James Brannon watched
as his Blue bombers
outdistanced the Fourth Estate
20-6. Fourth Estate was the only
team to defeat Blue during the
regular season, and Brannon was
quick to remark, "We're still
proud of being the only team
from South Texas with a
winning record for the regular
Blue was led by late
blooming left handed Everett
Urech in what Brannon
characterized as, "An easy
victory." Felix Recio and Tody
DuPont were each awarded
individual trophies for their
selection as all stars. Coach
Brannon accepted the league
Sportsmanship Trophy, which
he described as, "Signifying
above all else that we were true
gentlemen of the gridiron."
En route to these end of
season wins Gold had defeated
Three Fountains 21-6 thanks to
Dick Bax's two touchdowns,
while Blue overwhelmed Brills
Bunch by a 25-12 margin. Brian
Pappas stole the show for Blue,
catching two TD passes and
running back an interception for
In summing up the season
Brannon explained, "I was
impressed with the improved
quality of play that the Blue
team exhibited in this its
sophomore year in competition.
Several of our players will be
back next year and I expect an
improvement over our 1973
season. As a matter of fact, with
just the slightest bit of good
fortune we'll win the
championship of the league next
Please make this tourney required for graduation so my spouse
The Marines are looking for a few good men.
To be lawyers.
A Marine Corps Representative will be on campus 5 February 1974
TEXAS GOES MULTI-STATE
fto Prepared with
Bar Review Incorporated, the nation's multlstate expert. Is
revising the Texas review course In anticipation of the July 1974
Texas Bar Exam. Not only has the number of lecture hours been
Increased from 60 to 80 hours, but the bar candidates can look
forward to new, revised materials so complete and so well struc-
tured that adequate and full preparation Is available even In
that difficult course not taken in law school.
BRI faculty consists of lecturers specializing in Texas Law, as
well as a national staff of law professors with first hand multi-
state experience and expertise. The lecture format used by BRI
faculty is specially designed to enabie the student to approach
analytically both local law essay format and the multlstate object-
In Texas, for the first time this year, the nation's móst sophisticated
testing program—"BRI Direct Testing"—will be employed to reinforce
strengths and expose weaknesses in time for remedy.
The overwhelming majority of students take BRI in the District
of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Arizona, Delaware,
Colorado, and other states—
THERE MUST BE A REASON
THE MULTISTATE" BAR REVIEW
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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/m1/8/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting South Texas College of Law.