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Title Montrose Voice, No. 84, June 4, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 4, 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 4, 1982/Montrose Voice 13 Sports Montrose bowlers clean up at Dallas tournament By Billie Duncan The international Gay Bowling Organization Tournament in Dallas last weekend was right up the Montrose Sports Association bowlers' alley. MSA pin poppers rolled on back to Houston with a rightous share of the tournament awards, including the first place in the All Events Team catagory. Actually, out of a possible five first places, the MSA bowlers brought home three. In addition to the All Events Team award that went to Houston Strike Force Number 2, Daddy's won first place in the Team Event and Richard Peel (of Daddy's) won the first place in Individual All Events. One neat thing about Houston Strike Force Number 2 winning the top prize was that the team was what is known as a sludge team. Only three of the members of the team were Montrose bowlers. The other was a fill-in single bowler from Phoenix that the Dallas tourney officials were kind enough to place with the partial Houston team. What a stroke of luck! And what a nice way to show the community feeling of the entire tournament. Ron Quintero probably went back to Phoenix with the idea in mind that he just might pay a visit to his new-found teammates in Houston sometime soon. "Last year the most coveted award was the first place Team Event award," explained Mike Steiniger, president of MSA Monday Bowling League. But he went on to say that since the tournament was expanded this year to include five events, "the most coveted is now the first place in the All Events Team." Other top winners included third place in the All Events Team, won by Lazy J Boozers and fifth place, won by Daddy's. Out of a field of 108 teams, MSA ball- rollers took four out of five ofthe top places in the Team Event. Besides the first place Daddy's, the Barnyard Biddies grabbed thiru, Lazy J Boozers snatched fourth and Houston Strike Force Number 2 (that old sludge team) strutted off with fifth. In the Individual All Events were Richard Peel topped the field, there were six MSA bowlers in the top 20, three of which were in the top 10, including eighth place Kathy Winkler of Kindred Spirits Leather and Lace. Kathy is the vice president of the Eddie Chavez Mixed league that bowls on Thursdays. She also won a special award at the tournament for High Series Handicap with an astounding 732. The other Thursday bowler who placed in the top portions of the standings was Pam Weaver of 4 to 1 who was eighth in the Singles Event. Also placing in the top 10 in the Singles Event were sixth place Jim Reagan {MSA president) and seventh place Doug Campbell. The Doubles Event saw three MSA teams in the top 10: third place Lant Langley/John Owens, seventh place Dennis Morales/James Grable, and eighth place Steven Young/Steve Sanderson. MSA Monday Night Bowling League president Mike Steiniger, who was all bubbles before the tournament, was shooting stars once everyone got home. A much repeated phrase from Mike was "It was wonderful!" ■ Correction It was incorrectly reported to the VOICE last week that Toronto won the IGBO Tournament last year. They won the Texas Roll Off Tournament last year. CBC Steamrollers of Houston won the IGBO last year. ■ MSA Volleyball takes 4th at Denver Tourney The West End Stars, after going through the preliminaries undefeated, wound up in fourth place at the Denver Invitational this past weekend. They beat the Washington D.C. Blue in the quarterfinals only to be edged by Denver High Country in the semis in very close straight games. In the fight to determine third and fourth, the Stars played the Seattle team that they beat last year for the championship. The Stars won the first game decisively, then lost the second in a very close match. In the final and determining game, Seattle squeaked by the Stars to the third place spot. L.A. Studio One took the top spot, while Denver High Country settled for second. "The L.A. team was just incredible," said Marcus Lee of MSA Volleyball. According to Marcus, they had all college players. Three of their members made the all-star team. "They played a different style," said Marcus. "Japanese style, very quick." The only game that L.A. gave up in the entire tournament was to a Texas team, Pegasus I from Dallas. Obviously L.A. still won that match. Another Texas honor (and a Montrose honor) was that Rusty Harris of the stars was elected to the all-star team. Rusty is know as a setter, but he is also a good hitter. "He does it all, really," explained Marcus. The all-stars were chosen for talent and sportsmanship. The other Montrose Sports Association team that went to Denver was Rascals (formerly the Houston Hit). The team started slowly and wound up in the second section of eight (pre-pool play determined three sections of eight each, with the top eight fighting for first through eighth place, the second eight battling for ninth through sixteenth place and the third eight scrambling for seventeen through twenty-fourth place.). "If we had won the last game, we would have gone to the top section," said Marcus, who plays on the Rascals team, "but we lost by two points." The next step was single elimination play and in their first round, they were defeated by Vancouver, who went on to place eighth (top of that pool). "It's ironic that we missed out of the top pool by two points, then wound up in sixteenth place," said Marcus. But since it was a national tournament (made international by the inclusion of Vancouver), MSA Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Saturday, May 29 No games scneduled Sunday. May 30 No games scheduled STANDINGS Won Lost Pet GB South Division Galleon 5 2 .714 Jim's Gym 3 3 .500 VA A&K Jewelry 2 3 ,400 2 Briar Patch 2 4 .333 2V6 Montrose Voice 1 4 .200 3 North Division Dirty Sally's 6 0 1.000 Montrose Mining 4 2 667 2 Mary's 3 2 600 2'A Brazos River Btm 2 3 .400 3'^. Barn 1 6 .143 5V. THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games al Levy Field. From Montrose, go out Richmond, pasl Kirby, left on Easlside.) Saturday. June 5 Briar Patch vs. Barn, 4pm Jim's Gym vs. Brazos River Btm. 5pm A&K Jewelry vs. Mary's, 6pm Dirty Sally's vs. Montrose Voice, 7pm Mary's vs. Dirty Sally's, Spm Jim's Gym vs. Montrose Voice. 9pm Sunday, June 6 A&K Jewelry vs. Galleon, 6pm Montrose Voice vs. Briar Patch, 7pm Brazos River Btm vs. Dirty Sally's, Spm Mary's vs. Barn. 9pm LEADING HITTERS (Based on 15 or more at-bats through May 16) Player (Team) AB R H AVG 1. D. Davidson (Sally's) 17 11 11 .647 2. J. Summerall (BRB) 15 3 9 .600 3. M. Marchena (Sally's) 22 12 13 591 4. B, Schmidt (Barn) 16 8 9 .562 5. W. Romero (Mine) 18 8 10 .555 6. J. Young (Sally's) 20 9 11 .550 7. A. Castillo (Galleon) 26 12 14 .538 8. R. Martin (Voice) 15 3 8 .533 9. M. Morrison (Sallys) 19 12 10 .526 10. R Gore (Galleon) 21 15 11 .524 11. N. Borjas (Sally's) 16 4 8 500 HOMERUN LEADERS (Through May 16) Player (Team) HR Player (Team) HP J. DeSale (Sally's) 3 D. Davidson K, Johnston (A&K) 3 (Sallys) 2 M. Marchena K. Gray (Sally's) 2 (Sally's) 3 D. Kessler B. Schmidt (Barn) 3 (Galleon) 2 K. Bailey (Sallys) 2 J Moretta B, Fike (Galleon) 2 (Jim'8 Gvm) MSA Women's Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday. May 30 No games scheduled STANDINGS Won Lost Pet GB Renegades 3 - 1.000 Hell Raisers 3 1 .750 'A Ducks 3 1 .750 Vi Armadillo Grph 2 1 .667 1 Chuck's Angels 2 2 .500 VA Kindred Spirits 2 2 .500 VA Twins 1 3 .250 2'A Royal As 1 3 .250 VA Special Blend - 4 .000 3Vi THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games al Fonde Park Take 1-46 South to Telephone exit Take feeder to Munger. right on Munger, go t block, turn left ) Sunday, June 6 Twins vs. Ducks, 2pm Chuck's Angels vs. Special Blend, 3pm Kindred Spirits vs. Armadillo Graphics, 4pm Renegades vs. Royal A's, 5pm MSA Monday Night Bowling LAST WEEK'S GAMES Monday, May 31 HIGH GAMES HIGH SERIES No games scheduled No games scheduled STANDINGS Division A Division C 1. Daddy's 1. The Hole 2 Barnyard Hoers 2. Black & Blue 3 Eurotan Int'l Balls 4 69ers 3. Slow Hand Division B 4 Cock-Tailers 1 Five Easy Pieces Division D 2 Bushwackers 1 Happy Trails 3, E/J's Protein 2. Gator-Aid Suppliments 3. Galleon One 4. Holee Rollers 4. Next-T-Last MSA Eddie Chavez Mixed Bowling League LAST WEEK GAMES Thursday, May 27 HIGH GAMES Results unavailable STANDINGS Results unavailable THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at 5!adium Bowl, 6200 Braesmain) Thursday. June 10 Regular competition, 9pm Pool Tournaments THIS WEEK'S GAMES Monday. June 7 Kindred Spirits (5245 Buffalo Speedway. 665-9756) at 8:30pm, single elimination. $2 entry, winner take all Mary's (1022 Westheimer. 528-8851) at 9pm Ranch (6620'/! Main. 529-9730) at 9pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all ($50 guarantee) Tuesday, June 8 Lampost (2417 Times Blvd., 528-8921) at Spm. single elimination. $2 entry, winner take all Wednesday. June 9 Briar Patch (2294 W. Holcombe, 665-9678) al 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 .0 Barn (710 Pacific, 528-9427) at Spm, double elimination, $2 entry, $25 first round prize, $15 second round prize Just Marion and Lynn's [817 Fairview. 528-9110) at Spm. E'J's (1213 Richmond, 527-9071) at 930pm. double elimination, $2 entry, winner take all. MSA Tennis STANDINGS 1. Fred Lopez 10. Michael Green 2. Rich Ryan 11. Don "Ringer" 3. Ron Landrum Smith 4 John Ryan 12. Rich Corder 5. Lester Vela 13. David Garza 6. David Robicheaux 14. Charlie Brown 7. Jon Colbert 15. Terry Rich 8. Rick DuPont 16. Eddie Chavez 9. Michael Houston 17. Daniel Casillas 18. Jim Olson 19 Randy Jierscheck THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Courts located on the north side ot Memorial Drive in Memorial F>ark ) Sunday, June 6 Regular competition. 4:30pm
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