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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982 - File 015. 1982-06-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/107/show/92.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 11, 1982
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript 14 MONTROSE VOICE/June 11. 1982 Sports Thursday bowlers bowl their best Thursday By Billie Duncan There are usually two or three bowlers on Thursday who manage to break 200, but on June 3, there were seven people who has 200 games. Seven. One of them, Steve McConaughy, had three 200 games (234, 207, and 202). Steve is on Just Marion & Lynn's Tropical F'ruit as is Bob Akins, who had two 200 games, including the high game for the night. 235. Their teammate, Butch Irish, is the person who has the high game for the season. Quite a team! Kindred Spirits'Leather & Lace had two team members who bowled over 200 also: Bob La field and RobConners.Robwan ted to have his first 200 game up in Dallas at the IGBO tourney, but that did not work out. But he commented, "I'm just glad I finally did it." Another person who "finally did it" was Nancy Perales, the manager of Stadium Bowl who popped 209 pins for her very first 200 game in her life. As far as the team standings, they have finally gotten updated with For a Few Daddies More again taking over the top spot from Kindred Spirits' leather & Lace, who are back in close second. Chases is chasing both of them, however, and those three teams are within one game of each other. Just Marion & Lynn's Tropical Fruit is back up to fourth place after temporarily dropping to seventh. Of course, all those high games on the 3rd did not hurt. ■ Monday competition tight The MSA Monday Night Bowling League has a standings battle going that is as tight as some of the players by the end of Monday Night trips to the Stadium Bowl bar. If two teams are within four games of one another, then all it takes is one night of play to switch things around. Well, it is fascinating to note how many teams in each division are within four games of each other. In Division A, the top four teams are all within four games of each other. In Division D. the top five teams are within four MSA Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Saturday. June 5 Barn 10 Briar Patch 6 Jim's Gym 16 Brazos Riv Btm 8 Mary's 10 A&K Jewelry 8 Dirty Sally's 13 Montrose Voice 0 Dirty Sally's 11 Mary's 3 Jim's Gym 16 Montrose Voice 10 Sunday. May 30 Galleon 22 A&K Jewelry 4 Montrose Voice 9 Briar Patch 8 Dirty Sally's 17 Brazos Riv Btm 2 Barn 13 Mary's 4 STANDINGS Won Lost Pet GB South Division Galleon 6 2 .750 Jim's Gym 5 3 .625 1 A&K Jewelry 2 5 .286 3V4 Briar Patch 2 6 .250 4 Montrose Voice 2 6 .250 4 North Division Dirty Sally's 9 0 1.000 - Montrose Mining 4 _ 667 m Mary's 4 4 500 4'i Barn 3 6 333 I Brazos River Btm 2 5 286 6 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All gamM at Levy Field From Montrose 00 out Richmona. past KirDy, left on Eastside } Saturday, June 12 No games scheduled Sunday, June 13 Brazos River Bottom vs. Barn, 6pm Briar Patch vs. Jim's Gym, 7pm Montrose Voice vs. Galleon, Spm Dirty Sally's vs. Montrose Mining Co., 9pm ■9 ■■ ■■■■ j n ' ■ ■*■ ■M '£-______! Houston Strike Force 2, first place team in Dallas IGBO tournament. Richard Peel, all events single winner. Photos: Hamer Bryant games. In Division B the top six are four games apart. And, in Division C, the top eight teams are within four games. In fact, there are three teams tied for fourth place as far as games are concerned, with The Hole over Black & Blue Balls by a mere 32 pins. And Black & Blue Balls is only over the Cock- Tailers by 42 pins. Division B insanity features the topfour teams within one game of each other. Bushwackers have won 23 games, Five Easy Pieces have 22Vi, Hole-E Rollers have 22 and E/J's Protein Suppliments have 22 also, trailing the Hole—E Rollers by l ll pins. Besides the standings war, there was a notable statistic in the high games cata- gory this past week. On Monday, June 7, Charles Dierkes howled a 252, which is only one pin away from Gerald hagen's season high game of 253. Both Charles and Gerald bowl on Division D's Gator-Aid, which is in second place right now. ■ All-Stars chosen Last night (Thursday) at the Galleon, the names were announced of the members of the MSA Softball League All- Star teams. Besides the primary team members, five other members were chosen from each division. In the North Division, Dirty Sally's dominated the voting, with eight primary team members. The only other team with representatives is the Montrose Mining Company with three. The Miners also have two members of the additional. And in the additional list are one player each from The Barn, Brazos River Bottom and Mary's. In the south Division, there is a bit more of a spread-around. The team with the most players on the primary team is third ranked A&K Jewelry with four. The other two teams that have players on the All- Star primary roster are the division leader, The Galleon, and the cellar team, the Montrose Voice. Each has three members. As far as the additional, the Montroee Voice has two players, the Briar Patch two and the Galleon one. And now for the names! In the North Division: pitcher Mike Gonzales (Dirty Sally's), catcher Pat MSA Women's Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday, June 6 Twins 11 Ducks 5 Special Blend 9 Chuck's Angels 2 Armadillo Grph 15 Kindred Spirits 6 Renegades 14 Royal A's 3 STANDINGS Won Lost Pet GB Renegades 4 - 1.000 Hell Raisers 3 1 .750 1 Armadillo Grph 3 1 .750 1 Ducks 3 2 .600 1% Twins 2 3 .400 2% Kindred Spirits 2 3 .400 Th Royal A's 2 4 .333 3 Chuck's Angels 1 3 .250 3 Special Blend 1 4 .200 3'A THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All gamea at Fonda Park Take I-45 South to Telephone exit Take feeder to Munger. right on Munger. go 1 block, turn left.) Sunday, June 13 Chuck's Angels vs. Kindred Spirits. 2pm Hell Raisers vs. Renegades, 3pm Twins vs. Armadillo Graphics, 4pm Special Blend vs. Ducks, 5pm Chuck's Angels vs. Armadillo Graphics, 6pm Renegades vs Special Blend, 7pm Ducks vs. Hell Raisers, 8pm MSA Monday Night Bowling LAST WEEKS GAMES Monday, June 7 HIGH GAMES HIGH SERIES Charles Dierkes 252 Charles Dierkes 615 Gerald Hagen 232 Gerald Hagen 612 Steve McConaughy Steve McConaughy 230 592 STANDINGS Division C 1. Slow Hand 2. To Be Determined 3. Citizen Pain 4. The Hole Division D 1. Happy Trails 2. Gator-Aid 3. Galleon One 4. Next-T-Last Division A 1. Barnyard Hoers 2. Daddy's 3. Eurotan Int'l 4. 69ers Division B 1. Bushwackers 2. Five Easy Pieces 3. Hole-E Rolers 4. E/J's Protein Suppliments THIS WEEK'S GAMES (AH gamea at Stadium Bowl. S200 Braesmain) Monday, June 14 Regular competition, 9pm MSA Eddie Chavez Mixed Bowling League PREVIOUS WEEKS' GAMES Thursday. June 10 Results next week Thursday, June 3 HIGH GAMES Bob Atkins 235,207 Steve McConaughy 234,207,202 Donny Kelley 212 Terry Wolber 210 Nancy Perales 209 Rob Lafield 205 Rob Conners 202 STANDINGS (Through June 3) 1. For a Few Daddies More 2. Kindred Spirits' Aces High 3. Chases 4 Just Marion & Lynn's Tropical Fruit 5. The Rockettes THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All gamaa at Stadium Bowl. 8200 Breeamam} Thursday, June 17 Regular competition, 9pm Pool Tournaments THIS WEEK'S GAMES Monday. June 14 Kindred Spirits (5245 Buffalo Speedway, 665-9756) at 8:30pm. single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Mary's (1022 Weatheimer, 528-8851) at 9pm Ranch (6620% Main, 529-9730) at9pm, singleelim- ination, $2 entry, winner take all ($50 guarantee) Tuesday. June .5 Lampost (2417 Times Blvd., 528-8921) at 8pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all .Vednest-'ay, June 16 Briar Patch (2294 W. Holcombe. 665-9678) at 9pm single elimination. $2 entry, $50 prjie GB I (1419 Richmond, 528-8903) at Spm. single elimination, $2 entry, winner takes all plus new pool CLje Thursday. June 17 Barn (710 Pacific, 526-9427) at 9pm, double elimination. $2 entry. $25 first round prize, $15 second round prize Just Marion and Lynn's (817 Fairview, 528-9110) at 8pm. E/J's (1213 Richmond. 527-9071) at 10pm. double elimination. $2 entry, winner take all. MSA Tennis STANDINGS 1. Fred Lopez 10. Michael Houston 2. Rich Ryan 11. Rich Corder 3. Ron Landrum 12. David Garza 4. John Ryan 13. Charlie Brown 5. Lester Vela 14. Terry Rich 6. David Robicheaux 15. Eddie Chavez 7. Jon Colbert 16. Daniel Casillas 8. Michael Green 17. Jim Olson 9. Don "Ringer" 18. Randy Jierscheck Smith THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Courts located on the north side ot Memorial Drive in Memorial Park ) Sunday, June 13 Regular competition, 4:30pm
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