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Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983 - File 028. 1983-06-24. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1787/show/1781.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 24, 1983
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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 June 24,1983 / Montrose Voice 27 Division Clincher Saturday By Eddie Chavez The North Division for the MSA Greater Houston Softball League is up for grabs this weekend as Dirty Sally's prepares to clinch the division title against the Brazos River Bottom. Surely the Brazos River Bottom has a lot to say about that. Last week's game with the Galleon proved two things to the team. One, the team is able to not only win, but, two, they are displaying teamwork and endurance even when errors are allowed. Mathematics and probabilities play an important role in predictions. But, I am certainly no math major especially after Murphy's Law prevailed over my recent predictions. Facts are facts and here are some that bring us to Saturday's game of the evening. Dirty Sally's earlier beat the Brazos River Bottom; the River Bottom defeated the Galleon; and the Galleon put Sally's away. If A is greater than B; B is greater than C and C breaks the rule being greater than A; then B (BRB) can follow that precedent over A (Dirty Sally's). Sounds mathematically unsound, but probable and realistic. Just ask Murphy. Gametime is 8:00 p.m.; Levy Field marks the spot for a game that will be hot or a game that will be a blowout as before. The winner, undefeated for the remainder of the season, will clinch the top spot. Now, in other games, Catch One meets the Galleon at 5:00 p.m., while the Montrose Voice and the Briar Patch should provide fans with a good ballgame at 6:00 p.m. The Barn team meets Charlotte's in an evenly paired card beginning at 7:00 p.m. The league will not hold games Sunday in order to participate in the Gay Pride Week parade and rally. d Women Win, Men All-Stars Split An overflow crowd of men and women demonstrated "Unity Through Diversity" as the MSA men and women's leagues played the Gay Pride Week's traditional games Saturday. A Bpur of the moment invitation to a barbeque for the Dallas All-Stars sponsored by Sports Coverage Unlimited provided interaction away from the field prior to the game. Both Dallas teams filled my apartment. "I believe I never hosted as many women in my life at any gathering." They met the MSA Women Allstars as Dallas' High Country were swarmed by Houston to a 24-0 game. The later game featured the Women's champions, the Briar Patch Renegades, in another high scoring game. Houston Renegades 16; Dallas Unicorn 0. The North Division from the men's league overpowered the Dallas Allstars 13-3. Ken Bailey was 3 for 4, two doubles, a homerun, and scored four runs. Mario Marchena had a perfect game batting 4 for 4, two doubles, one triple and four RBIs- whew! Six runs scored in the sixth inning sealed the game for the North Allstars. Dallas scored all three runs in the third inning. Three hits and a walk in that inning were the only hits seen by Dallas. Carl Fires, "Precious," as most people known him, was the winning pitcher. The South Division had their hands full. Six runs in the third inning put Dallas ahead but the South rallied to tie in the sixth on singles by Bill Fike and Bob James. A homerun by Dallas' Alvoy Tatum in the bottom of that inning broke the tie and won the game as the South Allstars were retired in their half of the seventh. Barry Pirkey was 4 for 4; Danny Webber 2 for 2 and a triple; and Tim Boates 2 for 4 leo* Houston. Dallas' Jesse Vallego's 3 for 4- and Terry Bruton, Gene Cross, Ken Gray and Steve Walker shared two hits apiece. MSA Greater Houston Softball League LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Saturday, June 18 (MSA Women's All-Stars 24 Dallas Women's All- Stars 0) MSA Men's North All-Stars 13 Dallas Men's All- Stars 3 Dallas Men's All-Stars 9 MSA Men's South All- Stars 8 (Briar Patch Renegades 16 Dallas Unicorn 0} Sunday, June 19 Dirty Sally's 17 Jim's Gym Brazos Riv Bot 15 Galleon Briar Patch 3 Charlotte's Montrose Voice 14 Mont Mine/JR's STANDINGS Pet GB South Division Galleon 10 2 .833 Montrose Voice 9 4 ,692 VA Briar Patch 4 7 .364 5'A Jim's Gym 3 9 .250 7 Catch One 0 13 .000 10'A rVorfr. Division Dirty Sally's 12 1 .923 Brazos River Bottom 8 3 .727 3 Charlotte's 5 7 .417 6'A Montrose Mine/JRs 5 7 .417 6'A Barn 5 8 .385 7 BATTING LEADERS through June 19 based on at least 21 times at bat AB R M AVG 1 Bill Schmidt DS 39 23 23 .590 2 Jerry DeSale OS 31 13 18 581 3 Bob James MV 39 14 21 .538 4 Mario Marchenn DS 36 22 19 .528 5 Sammy Ramirez JG 25 5 13 .520 6 Scotty Paulus mv 29 17 15 .517 7 Harry Goldberg DS 33 10 17 .515 8 Robert Arriaga BRB 37 16 19 .514 9 Ryan Mayne Char 30 10 15 .500 10 Tony Popper barn 38 13 19 .500 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Games at Levy Field From Montrose, go out HichmonO. past Kifby. left on Eastside) Saturday. June 25 Catch One vs. Galleon, 5pm Montrose Voice vs. Briar Patch, 6pm Barn vs. Charlotte's. 7pm Dirty Sally's vs Brazos River Bottom, Spm Sunday, June 26 No games scheduled MSA Monday Night Bowling STANDINGS Following June 6 competition A DIVISION C DIVISION 1 Tush Ticklers 1 Barnyard 2 Hole 2 Plus A 3 #2 Dust Rollers 3 E/J's Men B DIVISION 1 Dirty Sally's Strokers 2 5 Easy Pieces 3 Five Esses Montrose Tennis Club Challenge Ladder Following recent competition A LADDER 1 Rich Ryan 6 John Ryan 2 Jan Mauldin 7 David Robicheaux 3 David Robicheaux 8 Jon Colbert 4 Tim Calhoun 9 David Garza 5 Ron Landrum 10 Randy Dickerson MSA Thursday Night Mixed Bowling STANDINGS Following recent competition 1 Calamity Lane 2 KS Overdrives 3 Thursday Knight Tricks □ A Precious Win for Precious If anyone could have pitched a finer game last Sunday, it was Carl "Precious" Fries from the Brazos River Bottom. The two-time pitching allstar allowed Barry Pirkey 2 for 3, scoring two runs. Gary Campbell shared action as he was also 2 for 3 and scored three runs for the Galleon. With only two extra base hits, Carl allowed no walks as he left the mound. Teamwork prevailed for the BRB as Robert Arriaga was 4 for 4 scoring three Women's competition last Saturday runs. Bill Goetz was 2 for 3 and scored three runs while Ferrell Bivins added more batting 2 for 3, a walk, and 2 RBIs. Randy Whitaker's 3 for 4 and Ken McGaughy's 2 for 3 and 2 RBIs provided seven runs in the sixth inning to solidly defeat the Galleon 15-10. The team also drew four walks and scored in every inning. In other action last Sunday, the Briar Patch and Charlotte's held their game to 0-0 after three innings. The Briar Patch scored on back to back hits by Joey Hol- ton, Dennis Owens and Bill Sansom. The 1-0 score stayed until the seventh when Charlotte's struck for two runs on hits by David Stacy and Benny Beck and three Briar Patch errors. In the bottom of the seventh the Briar Patch scored two runs. The winning one was socred by Rick Newman when Marian Kadlecek singled. The Briar Patch 3; Charlotte's 2. The Montrose Voice was initially held to a close game with the Montrose Mining Co. /JR's. But a splurge of runs mid-way in the game pushed the Voice way ahead. Bob James, despite a bad cold, placed 3 out of 4. Bob Fleisher was 2 for 2, while Dave Pace batted 3 RBIs along with Chuck Meredith's 4 RBIs. The Mine had seven hits with Phil Love- land and Freddy Sims batting two hits each. Final score, the Voice 14, the Mining Co. 4. In the other game Sunday, Sally's batting brigade was led by Mike Odensky and Mike Morrison, both with 3 hits. Morrison, the league's MVP of last year, is recovering from a four game slump batting 1 for 15 in those games. Two hits by Jim Cates, Mike Lender, Harry Goldberg and Richard Mendez provided a run-rule against Jim's Gym, 17-1. 3100 FANNIN AT ELGIN HOUSTON, 522-2379
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