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(U-WIRE) AUSTIN, Texas
College students may be deprived of
participation in drinking games lite
"quarters" if Texas state Rep. Tony
Goolsby (R-Richardson) has his way.
Goolsby has filed a bill that states
that anyone who "arranges, conducts,
or participates in a (drinking) game"
will be guilty of a Class C misdo:
He said the effects of drinking games
should not be taken lightly.
"We've had alcohol poisoning and
death because of these things;' he said
"Most of these things happen'on thle
beach or in fraternity or sorority hos
Hugh Strange, press secretary 'V
Rep. Glen Maxey (D-Austin) said tl-
law would particularly affect college
"You're just going to be ticketing stuT
dents who don't have a lot of mony
anyway; Strange said.
The law might even be abused by
college police departments seeking '.
arrest students and impose fines,
"I think it's a revenue tool, if any-
thing," he said.
Some students were struck with dis-
belief when informed of the bill.
Students Robin Gose, Bryan Zoir
and Amy Beal, who were drinking boe
at the Texas Union's Sports Grill, said-
they were not thrilled about the bill.
"It's just another infringement on
young people," Gose said.
But Goolsby said he did not think
students would be targeted unscrupui,.
lously by policemen.
"I'd like to think our law enforce-
ment officers would be more interested
in enforcing the law as against evey
one," Goolsby said. "If the persons ae
in the confines of their own hoie,
they're not going to be singled out..
According to the bill, the game mpst
include alcohol as an element.
Furthermore, if "the primary pur=
pose of the game is the intoxication of
the participants" then the activity could
be a violation, the bill states.
"How are the police going to enforce
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"We're going to meet, go over the
facts, and make a recommendation ol
the assembly," said Engineering Rep..:
Mark Dub, chair of the investigative
committee. "This recommendation GA.
range from aquittal, to censure,,, tr'
recall from the Michigan Student
Assembly and anything in between."
Rose said the (investigative) com-
mittee will come up "empty-handed."
"I would have done the same
thing,' Fiona said about Meh4t's
actions, adding that leaders ljg
Mehta are few and far between.,-ft
just so happened it's (Probir's) sg-
nature on the line."
Dub said personal feelings will not
play a role in the investigative commit-
tee's decisions. -
"Personal and partisan politics Will
have absolutely no place on this com-
mittee," Dub said.
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that ... these issues involve difficult
and fundamental value choices."
After the lecture, Edley answered
audience members' questions on differ-
ent facets of affirmative action.
The African American Programming
Task Force, Black Law Student
Alliance, and Black Undergraduate
Law Association sponsored Edley's
visit. Edley also spoke at the Law
School earlier yesterday. s.
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Gupta also said she felt the medical
profession was more difficult to enter
for women then for men.
"I think we have more to worry
about because we are able to get preg-
nant and guys can't," Gupta said. , ,
Peterman advised women entering the
medical field to seek a support system.
"Find support - be it from other stu-
dents, from family or from friends,"
Peterman said. "Find support in being
who (you) are."
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