University of Texas School of Law - Peregrinus Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1977

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CONTENTS Features 4 Faculty 26 Organizations 52 Classes 82 Index 132 Closing 142 ■ PEREGRINUS STAFF Barbara Linch Editor-in-Chief Jerry Thompson Supervisor Ron Hicks Assistant Supervisor Larry Kolvoord Photography Supervisor Laura Kislin Copy Editor Chris Kloeris Graphics Editor Kathy Butler General Staff Shirl Worcester Hawes Artist "Mr. McCall, please tell this Equity class who the Praetor Peregrinus was," Judge Simkins asked the law-student football center. Rather than reply with the customary "I'm not prepared," McCall stood and said, "Judge, I don’t know what it was unless it was some kind of animal." Laughter followed as did a mysterious blackboard drawing. McCall withdrew at term's end, but "Perry" has remained. The physical characteristics of "Perry" have gradually developed traditional meanings. The sharp beak fights injustice and probes for truth. The boxing gloves represent the Law's power to strike down those who stand against it, while the bushy tail brushes aside deception and any legal technicalities which obstruct equity. The arched back shows a readiness to spring forward to do justice, and the hind quarters are those of a dog — man's best friend. Table of Contents — 3

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Famous for his "You're scused" to unprepared Procedure students unlucky enough to be found out, Gus M. Hodges retired in December after more than 35 years at the Law School. As rumor has it, several years ago Gus had his son Richard in his class. The evening before, both senior and junior attended a cocktail party, "Dad, I know how you hate unprepared students so I'm not gonna be in class tomorrow." "Don’t worry," Gus assured him. "Come to class and at least listen to my lecture." Needless to say, the next morning Gus looked at the seating chart and chose his victim, "Mr. Hodges, will you please recite the facts of our next case." "You S.O.B.," Richard said, slammed close his books and stalked from the room. Whether that one is true or not, Gus never denied it. UT Law School salutes him as an educator, lawyer and legend. Gus, we dedicate this PEREGRINUS to you. 2 — Dedication



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