New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
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A graduate student at Texas Women's University in Denton and an undergraduate student at Stephen F. Austin State University are the winners in the 1993 Young Artist Competition sponsored by the Mid-Texas Symphony recently.
Winning the graduate level competition was Patricia Bar-ton-Kames, 33, a soprano who is attending TWU.
The winner of the undergraduate competition was Lee Bates, 23, a baritone from Stephen F. Austin State University.
Sixteen college students competed in the this year's competition, which was for voice students.
The competition was held in the Ayers Recital Hall at the Schuech Fine Arts Center at Texas Lutheran College.
This >ear, the Mid-Texas Symphony board added another level of competition.
In previous years, only undergraduate college students were eligible to compete. This year, a second competition, just for graduate students was added.
The first place winners in both competitions received a $750 prize and a contract to perform with the symphony during the Pops Concert May 9.
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Gary P. Nunn will be performing March 20 at Gruene Hall. Also performing will be Sylvia and Lynnie. More information is available at 625-0142.
Ballet Folklorico Infantil, a local dance group from New Braunfels directed by Janie Gonzales, has been invited to perform at Sea World of Texas. Performances will be at p.m. and 3 p.m., Sunday, March 21.
Star Trek braves legal frontiers each season
Ai iff Histed Prose
MIAMI — Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the Enterprise may escape Earth and ultimately the galaxy, but a study by two professors shows they can never escape lawyers.
Can Cmdr. Will Biker be extradited to a planet with a non-federation legal system? Is android Data entitled to human rights as a sentient being? Should a mind-reading Betazoid be used for interrogations?
Those legal questions and more are raised in ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation,* say Nova University law professors Paul Joseph and Sharon Carton, who published an analysis of the TV series in the University of Toledo Law Review.
The study began as a joke. But it became serious as the study progressed.
Gene Rodenberry envisioned a world — indeed an entire universe — without attorneys at all, spy the professors, who worked with the show's writers on their article.
One episode makes reference to a slaughter of all lawyers in the year 2079 after a nuclear holocaust, and temporary adoption by courts of a "guilty until proven innocent* rule.
But by the time of the Enterprise's adventures, a recognizable legal system has been restored.
In an episode where Data's sentience is examined, a judge shows up, a captain identified as head of the judge advocate general's office. She must be a lawyer, notes Joseph.
Picard, in one episode, invokes "Guarantee 8even," expressed as a right against self-incrimination.
And Picard offers legal counsel to a crewman undergoing a loyalty interrogation by a telepathic Betazoid in another episode.
“How much privacy are we willing to violate?* asks Joseph. "Are we willing to open People's very minds?"
Some episodes have dealt with more familiar 1993 issues, including an allegory on abortion and choice.
In "Up the Long Udder* aliens use the transporter system to reproduce some of Biker's DNA and create clones. Biker destroys
them with his phaser, making a statement Star Trek writer — and attorney — Melinda Snodgrass says was frankly aimed at the abortion controversy.
"We certainly have a right to exercise control over our own bodies,* says Biker.
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‘Savannah Rose’ hits the Watering Hole
Savannah Rose, a local group pushing aggressive, progressive live entertainment, will be performing from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Saturday, March 20 at the Watering Hole in New Braunfels.
According to David De La Fuente, the group’s booking manager, Savannah Rose has been together for almost two years, and has performed in several events throughout South Central Texas.
Savannah Rose claims to be influenced by the music of such groups as Restless Heart, The Desert Rose Band and Little Texas, along with the party spirit of ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynard.
According to De La Fuente, each member of the group contributes to the vocals of the group.
Alan Hinze leads the band vocally with IO years of experience in country bands. Hinze grew up in San Marcos, but currently lives in New Braunfels.
Craig Head, lead guitarist and rock vocalist, has been playing in bands since he was 14 years old. He grew up in Fredericksburg and has lived in New
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Lori Wisian, female vocalist and keyboard player, who earned her bachelor's degree at Southwest Texas State University grew up in New Braunfels, but currently lives in San Antonio.
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De La Fuente said the group will be appearing again at the Watering Hole April 16, and wig be performing at Dance Across Texas in May, Freedom Fest on July 2 in Seguin, and other area engagements throughout the area.
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