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Title Montrose Voice, No. 86, June 18, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 18, 1982
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript June 18,1982/Montrose Voice 19 Sports MSA All-Stars say they're ready for Firefighters By Billie Duncan The MSA is packing action in jumbo containers this weekend with the hottest athletic tug-of war possible being the Saturday softball battle between the MSA Softball League All-Stars and the Houston Firefighters. MSA hopes to light some fires that the HFD cannot put out. The teams will start having a ball at 4:00 p.m. with theSouth Division All-stars being the first reps of MSA. The team includes power hitters Ken Johnson (A&K) and Don Kessler (Galleon), who will also be manning the outfield. Another strong bat from the ranks ofthe outfield will be Ross Gore (Galleon) who has been hitting over .500 this season. GREENWAY PLA2A LEVY FIELD ____] EHST5IDE a Z o I X Z I KIRBY MONTROSE Shortstop Arthur Castillo (Galleon) has also maintained a batting average that topped .500. Batting only helps if there is a good job done when the other guys are up, however, and the rest of the team looks like the kind of people who work well with fellow players, a quality that is essential for an all- star lineup. The MSA All-Stars in the North Division have some incredible hitters, including the awesome power of Don Davidson (Sally's) and Mario Marchena (Sally's). Wayne Romero (Mining Co.) and Jesse Young (Sally's) are no slouches in the hitting catagory either. As far as that goes, the team includes home run leaders Jerry DeSale (Sally's) and Ken Bailey (Sally's). Pitcher Mike Gonzales (Sally's) should be counted on to keep the Firefighters off base as much as possible. The rest ofthe team are consistent, supportive and very talented people. The match featuring the North Division All-Stars will begin at 5:15pm. After the fun and fury of those two games, the MSA Women's Softball League will show their stuff starting at 6:30pm. The list of WSL All-Stars was unavailable at press time, but they were chosen in a different manner than the MSA Softball League. Each team chose its best players, rather than the entire League voting on an entire line-up. Should be interesting. Like, what would happen if every team picked a shortstop? Well, that question will be answered on Saturday and the results should be good fun and, hopefully, good softball. ■ Number one tennis challenge Friday night The last day to challenge for a position on the MSA Tennis League's Texas Challenge Cup team is this Saturday, June 19. With that in mind, Rich Ryan has challenged top-seeded Fred Lopez. The match is set for Friday (tonight), June 18 at 7:30 p.m. This should be the most exciting pre-tournament match played thus far, in a season that has seen some real smashers. Rich Ryan has been insisting that he can topple Lopez, but Fred likes that top spot and he is not going to want to give it up. For those who have been wondering just how good the MSA tennis players are, this would be an excellent opportunity to find out. Those attending the match will be asked to donate $1 to the trophy fund (and if Rich Corder can swing it, they may get something tangible for their support). The post-game celebration wil be at the Galleon. Whoever wins this one will be in a real pressure situation on the 26th when the Texas Challenge Cup Tournament is played here in Houston. As Rich Corder put it, "I think our number one is better than Dallas' number one. We'll see next week." As for the doubles teams that will repre- Action from last weekend's Jim's Gym vs. Briar Briar gan which Jim's Gym won sent MSA Tennis next week, they will be determined this weekend as round-robin play continues. John Ryan predicted in the June 4 issue of THE VOICE that he and Rich Ryan would be the top doubles team. They are. Next is the team of Fred Lopez/Bobby Hopkins. Four other teams are in contention for a chance to play in the tournament. Two will be chosen. The singles compitition will begin at 10:30 a.m. the 26th, with the doubles competition following. All matches will probably be through by 3:00 p.m. The awards party will be at the Galleon (a place that has been very supportive of many MSA events) and will start at 5:00 p.m. Besides the main action of the tournament, there will be a group of side matches that might be called a "get-aquainted mini-tournament," with intermediate and beginning players from Dallas and Houston paired up with people from Galveston, San Antonio and other Texas cities. These matches will take place at the same time as the main tournament action and will present the opportuntiy for other Texas cities to get involved in future Texas Challenge Cup play. It will also allow people who love tennis to meet other people from Texas cities who also love tennis. ■ A couple of streaks, a stomp and a squeal Praise the Lord and pass the cleats! That little old team with the big surprises has a winning streak going. The team is The Barn, of course, and they now have made it three in a row with a decisive victory over Brazos River Bottom, 17-6. The whole team looked good, but a couple of the guys looked great. Mark Hall apparently decided not to go up to bat without getting on base and wound up 4 for 4 on the day. And super-hitter Bill Schmidt sent two balls to homerun heaven for his fifth and sixth homers of the season. The other winning streak that continued last week is a little bit longer. Dirty Sally's stretched it to 10 in a row to clinch the first place in the North Division. Mario Marchena, an unbelievably good player, had an unbelievably good day. He was 3 for 3, and that included his sixth MSA Softball 08 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday, June 13 Barn 17 Brazos River Bottrr Jims Gym 16 Briar Patch Galleon 13 Montrose Voice Dirty Sally's 13 Montrose Mining STANDINGS Won Lost South Division Galleon 7 2 778 Jims Gym 6 3 667 1 A&K Jewelry 2 5 286 4 Briar Patch 2 7 .222 5 Montrose Voice 2 7 222 5 North Division Dirty Sally's 10 0 1.000 Montrose Mining 4 3 .571 4'A Mary's 4 4 .500 5 Barn 4 6 400 6 Brazos River Bottom 2 6 250 7 THIS WEEKS GAMES (All game* al Levy Field From Monlrose. go Out Richmond past Kirby lefl on Eastside I Saturday. June 19 South All-Stars vs. Houston Firefighters. 4pm North All-Stars vs. Houston Firefighters. 5:15pm Women's Softball League All-Stars, 6:30pm Sunday. June 20 A&K Jewelry vs. Dirty Sally's. 6pm Montrose Mining vs. Briar Patch. 7pm Montrose Voice vs. Brazos River Bottom, 8pm Galleon vs. Mary's. 9pm MSA Women's Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday. June 13 Twms 4 Hell Raisers Royal A's 7 Chuck's Angels _ Kindred Spirits 6 Special Blend _ Renegades 10 Chuck's Angels 4 Hell Raisers 8 Armadillo Grph 1 Ducks 8 Royal A's 2 Twins 5 Kindred Spirits 3 Renegades 19 Armadillo Grph 2 STANDINGS Won Losl Pet GB Renegades 6 - 1.000 Hell Raisers 4 2 .667 2 Ducks 4 2 667 2 Twins 4 3 .571 2Vi Armadillo Grph 3 3 .500 3 Kindred Spirits 3 4 .429 3V_ Royal A's 3 5 .375 4 Chuck's Angels 1 5 167 5 Special Blend 1 5 .167 5 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Regular games al Fonde Park Take 1-45 South to Telephone exil Take feeder to Munger, nghl on Munger. go 1 block, turn left AH Star game al Levy Field, on Eastside oil Richmond, near Kirby ) Sunday. June 20 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. Spm MSA Monday Night Bowling LAST WEEK'S GAMES Monday. June 14 HIGH GAMES HIGH SERIES Steve McConaughy Steve McConaughy 248 650 Rich Corder 220 Rich Corder 577 Gerald Hagen 217 Louis Schneider 575 STANDINGS Division D 1 Happy Trails 2. Galleon One 3. Gator-Aid 4 Sidekicks Division A 1 Barnyard Hoers 2 Daddy's 3 Eurotan Int'l 4 69ers Division C 1 Citizen Pain 2 Cock-Tailers 3. Slow Hand 4 Strikers Division B 1 Bushwackers 2 E/J's Protein Suppliments 3. Five Easy Pieces 4. Lois Lanes THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Stadium Bowl 8200 Braesmain) Monday. June 21 Regular competition, 9pm MSA Eddie Chavez Mixed Bowling League PREVIOUS WEEKS' GAMES Thursday. June 17 Results nexf week Thursday, June 10 HIGH GAMES Ray Hubbard 224 201 Kevin Hull '221 Paul Buenger 212 Steve McConaughy 205 Bob Akins 204.200 Donny Kelley 202 STANDINGS (Through June 10) 1 Kindred Spirits'Aces High 2. For a Few Daddies More 3 Just Marion & Lynn's Tropical Fruit 4. The Rockettes 5. Chases 6. Salt & Pepper II 7. Thursday Knights 8 Gutter Sluts 9. Kindred Spirits' Leather & Lace 10 4 to 1 11 Thursday Night Tricks 12. Hang 10 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Stadium Bowl. B200 Braesmain) Thursday. June 24 Regular competition, 9pm Pool Tournaments THIS WEEK'S GAMES MonOay. June 21 Kindred Spirits (5245 Bullalo Speedway. 665-9756) at 8:30pm, single elimination. S2 entry, winner take all Mary's (1022 Westheimer. 528-8851) at 9pm Ranch 16620'* Main. 529-9730) at 9 pm. single elimination, $2 entry, winner lake all ($50 guarantee) Tuesday. June 22 Lampost (2417 Times Blvd.. 528-892!) at Bpm. Single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Wednesday. June 23 Briar Patch (2294 w. MolcomUe. 665-9678) at 9pm. single elimination. $2 entry. $50 prize G.B.I (1419 Richmond. 528-8903) at 8pm, single elimination. $2 entry, winner takes all plus new pool cue Thursday. June 2* Barn (710 Pacific. 528-9427) at 9pm, double elimination, $2 entry, $25 first round prize. $15 second round prize Just Marion and Lynns (817 Fairview. 528-9110) at Bpm EJ's (1213 Richmond, 527-9071) at 10pm, double elimination, $2 entry, winner take all MSA Tennis STANDINGS TOP TEN B LADDER 1. Fred Lopez 1. Rich Corder 2. Rich Ryan 2, David Garza 3. Ron Landrum 3. Charlie Brown 4. John Ryan 4. Terry Rich 5 Lester Vela 5. Eddie Chavez 6 David Robicheaux 6. Daniel Casillas 7 Jon Colbert 7. Jim Olson 8 Don "Ringer" Smith 8 Randy JierSCheck 9 Michael Green 10. Michael Houston THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Courts located on the north side ot Memorial Drive in Memorial Park ) Friday. June 18 Special challenge for #1—Rich Ryan vs. Lopez, 7:30pm. court 7 Sunday. June 20 Regular competition, 10:30am, courts 1-5
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