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LEGAL EAGLES: "Erie R. R. Co. tried to take away our gusto, but we derailed 'em.
•'Ar d Terry, this is in lieu of an Am Jur
Salvaging their honor on a muddy Eastwoods Park field, the faculty barely nipped the Illegal Eagles in what turned out to be a closely-fought battle. Prof. Gary “The Bully’’ Powers considered turning pro after emerging as the star faculty player. Despite valiant efforts by Laird Lawrence and Rene McClellan, the faculty prevailed over the women 14-12.
In intramural play, the Illegal Eagles finished with a perfect 5-0 record easily winning their division. However, they fell in the championship game to archrivals Our Gang.
In the men’s division the Legal Eagles romped their opponents and took the Law School championship.
Despite their loss to the Eagles, Erie R. R. Co. hosted a banquet at the Back Door and invited Coach Wright and his team as special guests. Former UT Head Coach Darrell K. Royal keynoted the invitation-only fete.
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12 — Sports
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Talk of the Townes
Q . How many hornbooks and outlines have you purchased?
Have they helped? Which type do you prefer?
RICHARD WILENSKY: "My sister gave me hers free of charge. They definitely help. I'd rather read outlines than the casebooks, Gilbert’s is better than Co op East or Coif.”
THOMAS BAIRD: "Yes, I've use many. There’s been more than one course that I’ve made it through on the outline. I don’t have a favorite brand ... I use Gilbert’s, Co op East or an individual’s. Hornbooks are too cumbersome."
Q . In October a questionnaire was filled out by students regarding Pass Fail. Do you believe there should be such a system?
GREG DILLION: "Yes, but not necessarily as it was stated on the questionnaire. I'd like to see it mandatory for the first semester. The way they do it now, the first semester tests don't count for much anyway."
JO ANNA VERNETTI: "I approve of a pass fail system. However there should be a limited amount of pass fail courses. If the system is implemented, students shouldn’t have to make a decision within the first month. They should be able to feel out the course before making a decision."
Jo Anna Vernetti
Q . You will not be able to enjoy the new building, and you now see the inadequacies of this one. If you had it to do over again, would you have delayed starting law school until the new building was completed?
SHENETHA MANUEL: "Well things are inadequate here. Have you ever gone through the hall? I rush out of class to avoid the mob. But no, I wouldn't have delayed.”
STEVE WELCH: "Sure things are inadequate. That’s why I’m studying in the hall. I’m really mad about it. The study rooms and libraries are packed, so I just grab a portion of the hall. I wouldn’t have delayed starting law school, but I might have considered going somewhere else. When I looked at this school there weren’t the masses.”
Q • Briefly, what are your views on reverse discrimination and the Bakke case?
PENNY NICHOLSON: "The numbers system for selecting people for law school, taken alone, is a very good method. It tends to produce a homogeneous student body. However, selection committees should take into consideration factors such as educational disadvantages and families who can’t afford to send their children to school. I don’t really know how the Supreme Court will decide Bakke.”
BILL BRADEN: "I’m for reverse discrimination. I think we need minorities for the two major professions, law and medicine, more than we need numbers in the profession. I would side with the Board of Regents against Allen Bakke.”
14 — Talk ol the Townes
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