November 1973


Empires of Paper

Nov 1, 1973 By Griffin Smith Jr.

A law firm of almost 200 attorneys becomes an institution with massive power and life of its own. Three such firms are in Texas, including two of the four largest in the U.S. We open them, for the first time, to the public.



Nov 1, 1973 By Texas Monthly

Some recommendations on what to do, see and buy this month.

Briar Patch
Briar Patch

Nov 1, 1973 By Stephen Harrigan, Al Reinert and Jane Sumner

RETURN OF THE OLD PUCKER THE ASTRODOME HAS REALLY OUTDONE itself. They had the help, though, of Hollywood press agentry and one of the bigger mouths in professional sports, so the Dome can’t take all the credit. Irregardless of culpability, it was an impressive show, that King-Riggs tennis match, and…


Behind the Lines
Behind the Lines

Nov 1, 1973 By William Broyles

SENIOR EDITOR GRIFFIN SMITH JR.’s comprehensive study of the great law firms of Houston (page 53) ranks among the most important writing ever printed by this or any other Texas publication. It goes to the heart of a group of institutions whose influence upon our state is incalculable, and whose…

Hi Ho Silver, Olé!

Nov 1, 1973 By Ron White

Jaded film buff? Try spending next Saturday night at the movies. The Spanish language movies.