Education: Gang Busters

The three boys didn't show up at their San Antonio high school that Monday. Their explanation: a few nights before they had been so severely paddled at a high-school fraternity initiation that they had been under a doctor's care.

To most San Antonio teenagers, there was nothing so strange about that. But Lawyer Gus Garcia, newest member of the school board, was shocked. He decided to find out just what sort of fraternities and sororities San Antonio had.

Egg Coiffure. He began interviewing teachers and students, principals and athletic coaches. In their consensus, San...

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