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Houston Voice, No. 825, August 16, 1996 - File 030. 1996-08-16. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/17028/show/17024.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 825, August 16, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date August 16, 1996
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE / AUGUST 16, 1996 29 1^2^ HOG Monthly Meeting The Houston Outdoor Group monthly meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 22, from 7 until 9:00 p.m. in the Assistance Fund Building, 1116 Jackson Blvd., (one block north of Fairview, and "west of Montrose). Additionally, the monthly HOG breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, August 22 at Toopee's Coffee Shop, 1830 W. Alabama, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Call Howard at 528-6174 for details, or just show up. Austin Bowling Tourney Austin Bowlers hosted the First Annual Capitol City Classic. (CCC) bowling tournament this past weekend with Bill Jay, tournament Co-Director dedicating the CCC to the memory of Arthur Knapp, recently deceased Co-Director. Fifty-eight Houston bowlers invaded Dart Bowl and carried away most of the top prizes with First Place Team, I'm At A Loss, going to Mace Adams, Chris Bennett, Randy Christ and (from New Orleans), Carl Mayeaux, Jr. Second and third place teams also went to Houston bowlers. Carol Goodreau, Judy Bailey. Dot Rodrick and Peri Cain (The Fish Baskets) were second. Third was The Wicky Sti- ckets—Tom Benson, Don Hausen, Chris Schultz and Ralph Sikes. The Doubles Champions were Keith Douglas and Mike Weikert from Houston. Second place went to Carl Ketter- ling and Ron Dacy from Arlington. Third was taken by Carol Goodreau and Dot Rodrick, fourth by Roy Gonzalez and Rene Rodriguez, all from Houston. Fifth went to Chris Bennett from Houston and Carl Mayeaux from New Orleans. Sixth went to Don Burken and Gary Teixeira from Houston. Seventh place went to Ron McDowell and Gerry Williams from Austin. Singles champion was Bill Jay from Austin followed by Scott Harrison from San Antonio. Next was Nancy Wintle, Steve Thislle and Keith Douglass from HousIon. Sixth went to Carl Ketterling from Arlington. Seventh through tenth wen! to Houston bowlers Norm Dube, Rene Rodriguez. Tom O'Dell and Jody Dun- ivant. Eleventh and twelfth went to Thomas Bolt from Austin and Teresa Fletcher from Houston. All Events Scratch was taken by Tom Leger of Austin and All Events Handicap was taken by Mike Weikert from Houston. Special awards were as follows: High 9- game handicap series—female, Dot Rodrick; High 9-game handicap series—male, Tom Leger (Austin). High scratch series, female—Margaret Den- ison. High handicap game, female- Nancy Wintle. High scratch game, female—Peri Cain. High scratch game, male—Tom O'Dell. Lambda Skaters Lambda Rollerskating Club holds its next Skate Night Wednesday, August 21 from 8 until 10:00 p.m. at the Starlight Roller Rink, 8075 Cook Road. Everyone is welcome to skate, the cost is $5 with skate rental, if needed, adding $1. The theme for this night will be "Hats Off to your favorite organization with the club passing out five checks of each of $100 to Q-Patrol, Stone Soup, P-Flag, Montrose Division of the Woman's Clinic, and Gay/Lesbian Switchboard. Skaters are encouraged to wear a favorite or funny hat. A variety of events and door prizes are planned. The skate date for next week will benefit the Houston Gay/ Lesbian Political Caucus. If your club or organization would like to hold a skate event or you would like more information, please contact us at 787- 0625 or at gayskatel@aol.com or visit the WEB page site at http;//mem- bers.aol.com/gayskatel /lambda.htm. Regular Bowling The Montrose Monday Night Men's League reports Division A standings in first, second third and fourth are A Fri- ckin Fairy Tale, Eight Balls, Hot Dogs Nice Buns and I Watches 4 Play. Division B standings are headed by The Meat to Beat, Four Mix Pieces, Fighting Nuns and Ms Dee Dee & DoDahs. This week begins the rolloffs and playoffs. For more information call Gardy at 641-5424. Bowling is at Palace Lanes at 9:00 p.m. on Monday. Fall league begins Sept. 16. The Inner Loop Alternative Sunday Evening League reports Tough & Tight in 1st, Faster Pussycats in 2nd and Boyish Looks, Girlish Figures in 3rd. For the men Bob Roberts bowled high*scratch game of 259 and series of 692. For the women Linda Dees bowled high scratch game of 212 and Geri Swanson series of 565. For more information call Tom at 522-9612. Bowling is a Palace Lanes at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday. Fall league begins Sept. 15. The Wednesday Night Mixers reports 1st place is taken by 1 Gal & 3 Guys, 2nd by Rump Rangers and 3rd by We Come When Vou Call. Richard Dauchy bowled high scratch game of 233 and Roy Rainwater series of 577 for the men. For the women Pat Decario bowled high scratch game of 186 and Lynn Kelley series of 494. For more info call Tom at 522-9612. Bowling is at AMF Southway at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Fall league begins Sepi. 18. The Monday Night Women's League reports first place team is Walking Wounded, followed by Half and Half and M Power. Fourth place is taken by Don't Go There. For more information call Pat at 437-6218. Bowling is at AMF Southway at 6:15 on Monday. Fall league begins Sept. 16. IBL Standings The 1996 Summer Season for the Independent Billiard League finds the teams Yo Mama's and Si Como No leading the league with perfect won match records. Yo Mama's has the better won game average. The teams Pool Party, Underdogs, and Hot Pockets are next in order with identical won match averages, .750. Individually, Carlos Romero leads the pack with a won game average of .917 followed by Robert Guenther and Joel Reyes, both at .833. The IBL plays Thursday evenings and each team has three players. REPORT YOUR SPORTS! Send your updates, scores and information on coming events and tournaments to the HOUSTON VOICE, 811 Westheimer, Suite 105/Houston, TX 77006; Fax 529-9531; Phone 529-8490. play;;-safe Y 2 Doz. 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