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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982 - File 016. 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/93.

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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
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript June 11, 1982/MONTROSE VOICE 15 Vachon (Montrose Mining Company), first baseman Dave Pace (Sally's), second baseman Den Bailey (Sally's), third baseman Jesse Young (Sally's), and Mike Under (Mining Co.), shortstoop Mike Morrison (Sally's i. and outfielders Jerry DeSale (Sally's). Don Davidson (Sally's), Marin Marchena (Sally's), and Wayne Romero (Mining Co.) The additionals in the North Division are: pitcher Carl Fries (Mining Co.), infielders Sammy Spaniel (Barn) and Larry Bradley (Mining Co.), and outfielders John Summerall (Brazos River Bottom) and Jeff Parker (Mary's). In the South Division: pitcher Ron Ken- nison (A&K Jewelry), catcher Bob Fleischer (Montrose Voice), first baseman Sandi Skelton (A&K), second baseman Pete Housos (Voice), third baseman Robert James (Voice), shortstop Arthur Castillo (Galleon), and outfielders Ken Johnston (A&K), Don Kessler (Galleon), Ross Gore (Galleon), and Nic I (A&K). The additionals in the South Division are: pitcher James Cutler (Voice), infielders Mike Griswold (Briar Patch) and Richard Martin (Voice), and outfielders Bill Sansom (Briar Patch) and Barry Pirkey (Galleon). The All-Star batboy for both teams is Bruce Felgar from Jim's Gym. These will play in a double header against the Houston Firefighters June 19 at Levy Field as part of the Gay Pride Week celebrations. The first game will start at 4:00 p.m. and will pit the South Division All-Stars against the Firefighters. At the end ofthe second game, the MSA Women's Softball League will play their All—Star game. This will be the first year for the WSL and the third for the MSA Softball. ■ Women's softball activities Not only has the MSA Women's Softball League really gotten the ball rolling on the regular playing field, but their bases are covered as far as community activity is concerned. This Sunday, June 13, there will be seven games played to help make up the games that were rained out a couple of weeks ago. Some really interesting games are shaping up. Even though the Renegades continue to romp and stomp on all comers, both the Hell Raisers and Armadillo Graphics are only one game out each. And the second game ofthe afternoon on Sunday will be between the Renegades and the Hell Raisers. Later, the Hell Raisers will face the for- madible Ducks, who are only lVSi games out of first. And the Renegades go on to meet the cellar occupants, Special Blend. The Women's Softball is continuing its support of the fundraiser/rally the first Saturday of Gay Pride Week put together jointly by the Montrose Sports Association and Black and White Men Together. The WSL will have three booths there, and will play their All—Star game at 6:30 p.m., after the game that is scheduled between the MSA Softball Leaguefwhich is mostly- —but not exclusively—men) and the Houston Fire Department softball players. The women's All-Stars wil! bechosen by each team picking two or three players each. The players and coaches will decide. ■ Tennis challenges ease up After the massive action last week on the MSA Tennis Ladder, this week seemed like a vacation. Explained David Robicheaux, "There were so many last week. And you can't challenge for a week to give people who have moved up a chance to move again." Only two players were upwardly mobile this past week. Michael Green had challenged Rick DuPont, but Rick resigned from tennis for a while, so the match was considered to be a default and Michael took over the number 8 rung on the ladder. Then he challenged number 6 David Robicheaux and lost 6-0, 7-6, with a 5-3 tiebreaker. The only other challenge was Don "Ringer" Smith, who challenged Michael Houston and swatted his wav to victory 6-1, 6-2. This coming week should see some challenges, though, since the cut-off date for challenging is June 19 in order to qualify to play in the Texas Challenge Cup. The top seven singles players at that time will be the ones who represent the MSA Tennis I_eague in the tourney. Expect Fred Lopez to be challenged by Rich Ryan, and watch out for a dark horse to stir things up. As for the doubles, there will be round- robin play on the 13th to determine who will play in the tourney. As of June 9 there were six doubles teams expecting to compete: Fred Lopez/Bobby Hopkins, David Robicheaux/Larry Elliot, Michael Houston/Michael Green, J.C. Barrera- Jon Colbert, David Garza/Don "Ringer" Smith, and Rich Ryan/John Ryan. Besides the ladder activity, the regular Sunday play is doing great, with 27 active members participating and many others showing up part-time. Last Sunday saw a female player at the courts. David Robicheaux said that they are really looking forward to her coming back and they hope that more women will start coming out to play. Said David. "It's gonna take that first one or two to come out and then talk it up." ■ Weekend softball results By Jerry DeSale MSA Softball League Saturday, June 5: Barn defeats Briar Hatch 10-6 The Barn scored 10 runs on 10 hits to rack up their second win of the season at the expense of the Briar Patch. The Barn was led by B. Schmidt, S. Paulus, and B. Trei, each 2 for 4 on the day. Jim's Gym tops River Bottom 16-8 Jim's Gym, led by the hitting of M. Schmidt 3 for 4 and D. Brown and M. Odensky, each 2 for 4, defeated the Brazos River Bottom in the Gym's first of two games on Saturday. Mary's defeates A&K Jewelry 10-8 in seesaw battle In a game that saw the lead change several times, Mary's rallied past A&K in the last inning to up their record to 4 and __. Some thought that Mary's might be easv pickings for A&K since Mary's had another game later in the evening with the Division leading Sally's team. Dirty Sally's shuts out Voice 13-0 Dirty Sally's scored 13 times on II hits while holding the Voice to no runs on 5 hits to roll to their seventh straight win of the season. Sally's continued to display their power hitting with homeruns by M Morrison and Ken "Pearl" Baily. Sally's second victory Saturday at expense of Mary's, 11-3 I Hrty Sally's, fresh from their victory over the Voice, came back to face then- division rival, Mary's. Sally's continued the display of power hitting with 5 more homeruns, 2 by J. DeSale, one by K. Gray, one by M. Marchena, and another by Ken Bailey. In all, Sally's scored 11 runs on 12 hits while Mary's could manage only 8 runs on 9 hits. Jim's Gym jumps on Montrose Voice 16-10 Jim's Gym jumped to an early inning lead over the Voice and held off a late inning rally to win 16-10. The hitting for the Gym was led by Dickie Hoke who was 3 for 4 on the night. The victory moves Jim's Gym into a solid position in second place in the South Division and breathing down the Galleon's neck. Sunday, June 6: Galleon wallops A&K 22-4 The Galleon resumed their hitting where they left off before the Memorial weekend holiday with another 18 hit attack to defeat A&K 22-4. However, the game was played under official protest by A&K due to a possible illegal substitution made by the Galleon manager, G. Russo. Regardless of the outcome of the protest, Acti on game. J last weekend's Gy~ won it, 18- 3. 1s Gyn vs. 3R5 the Galleon had several hitting stars on the night, led by R Gore, 3 for 4 with a double and homerun, and B. Collake, 3 for 3. Also, other homeruns were delivered by A. Castillo, and D. Kessler. Montrose Voice squeaks by Briar Patch 9-8 In Sunday's second game, the Montrose Voice rebounded from their two Saturday es to defeat the Patch 9-8. The game saw the Patch jump to an early lead but the Voice held in and in the bottom ofthe 5th, pushed across their last run which was just enough to hold on for the victory. The victory moves the Voice into a dead tie with the Patch for 4th place in the South Division. Dirty Sally's easily defeats River Bottom 17-2 Dirty Sally's scored 17 runs on 18 hits to easily defeat the River Bottom and move the Bottom to the bottom of the North Division. Sally's again flexed their muscles with homeruns by M. Morrison and M. Marchena. The River Bottom managed their 2 runs on only 2 hits. Barn defeats Mary's 13-4 In Sunday's finale, the Bam scored their second victory of the weekend at the expense of Mary's. The Barn, in this victory, is beginning to show their power with a 15 hit attack led by D. Duncan 3 for 5, B. Trei 3 for 5 with 2 doubles, and B. Schmidt 2 for 3 with a double and a homerun. The victory moves the Barn up to the heels of Mary's and obviously the Barn now has thoughts about San Francisco.
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