20 MONTROSE VOICE/MARCH 21, 1986
The Galleon Sponsors New
The Galleon, the "home bar" for the Houston Tennis Club, is sponsoring a monthly
"Most Valuable Player Award" for Houston Tennis Club members. Each month,
the membership will vote on the member
who was outstanding in some way during
the month. The member does not necessarily have to be the best player. The fun
award will recognize players for being the
cutest, the tallest, the most active in challenges, host of the best party, etc.
January's meeting ended in a tie vote
three times. Someone finally suggested
A spokesman for the Houtex Tennis Club
would like to apologize for not reporting
last issue the results ofthe match between
Eddie Cavez and Tiny Tim. Eddie had an
easier match than his previous contest. He
won by a score of 6-1, 7-5.
The past week was a bad one for those
members attempting to move up their
respective or next higher challenge ladder.
Pat Power, as expected, held back the challenge of Eddie Chavez 6-2, 6-4. Tiny Tim,
in a very close contest, squeezed by Joe L.
7-5, 7-5. Mr. Bill returned to his winning
ways and defeated Bill Santaiti 6-4. 6-1.
Gabe Herpin had an easy win over Rudy
Garcia 6-1, 6-0.
The Houston Women's Softball League
held the Marion Pantzer Memorial Tournament on March 15-16, at Memorial Park
Field. Marion Pantzer's long-time partner,
Lynn Hornaday, presented the trophies at
the awards ceremony following the final
game. The first place winner was House of
Coffee Beans Special Blend; second, Hollywood Bears; and third, Marion& Lynn's
Houston Women's Softball League's
regular season begins Sunday, April 6, at
Heights Lyons Field, on 13th Street near
Gay Games '86
From a Press Release
Pascal Bibollet of France has informed
the Gay Games office in San Francisco
that his group has translated all the entry
forms into French and his organizing
committee is seeking support from the
French Minister for Culture and expects to
receive a favorable reaction.
Bibollet indicated that the group has
developed their own poster for the Gay
Games and expects to bring at least 100
participants and 100 spectators to the festival of events this August.
The French group is now attempting to
interest the Swiss in taking a more significant role. This and other contacts with
European groups indicate a growing
excitement over Gay Games II, and,
according to organizers, major international participation is expected.
Everyone is eligible to participate in
Gay Games II. which is scheduled for
August 9-17 in San Francisco. Eighteen
individual and team sports will be featured at all levels of ability for both men
and women. Numerous cultural programs
will also be offered.
simply drawing a name from a hat. Longtime tennis supporter Rich Corder was
selected for the honor. On Sunday, March
16, members again met at the Galleon for a
short business meeting before the vote.
Newcomer Randy Lunsford was the
unanimous pick on the first ballot.
Monthly MVPs will be engraved on the
1986 trophy to be kept in the Galleon
trophy case. The Houston Tennis Club
thanks Jay for sponsoring the award.
In an attempt to stay ahead of the hot
weather, HTC has changed their Sunday
playing times to 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Later this summer, the club will likely
move back to the summer hours of 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 noon.
The Houston Symphony
"The Tower Concerts"
at the Tower Theater
Sunday, March 23, 7:30pm
Charles Wuorinen, Conducting
Pre-Concerl Performanre 7:15pm featuring the
Harvard Glee Club
Beethoven Spring Sonata Wuorinen Barnboula Squared
Wuorinen ('.rand Barnboula
Purcell/Tippett Come Ye Sons of Art
Single Tickets .f 12 (students with ID J5)
Houston Symphony Orchestra
Sergiu Comissiona, Music Director
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