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Title Montrose Voice, No. 82, May 21, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 21, 1982
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 8 Montrose Voice / may 21,1982 Sports 3 had enough drama for a miniseries. The game not only went MSA Tennis competitors waiting for the Texas Cup By Billie Duncan The Challenge Ladder of MSA Tennis is becoming a hattleplan with the knowledge that the top seven places on the ladder by June 26, will be the people playing in the Texas Cup. Fred Lopez and Lester Vela have maintained their first and second place positions, but Bobby Hopkins, one of the very top players in MSA Tennis, has dropped out of the compitition for a while. Bobby has an ankle injury that is not really serious, but it is probably just as well fiat he rests up and re-challenges on the ladder at a little later date. Even if Bobby does not get back into the singles competition, he is expected to play doubles with Fred Lopez in the tournament. They are heavily favored to win that event at this point. Meanwhile, some other shaking up is takinig place on the ladder. Newcomer Michael Green challenged Rich Corder and soundly stomped him 6-0 and 6-1. _ . . ... Michael is the treasurer of MSA Volleyball and though he proved his raquet skill against Rich, Rich insisted, But I might could Beat him at volleyball." . . . , Earlier, Rich had been challenged by 8th place Rick DuPont, who swatted his way to victory 6-1 and 6-2, and nabbed a 5th place on the ladder. Look for Michael Green to challenge Rick DuPont soon. Another hot match coming up should be Mario Marchena of Dirty Sally's softball fame who is expected to challenge on the ladder. And guess who he will play? You got it. Rich Corder. „. .,-, Mario is batting .591 at present in Softball, and if he can swing a raquet with as much accurancy as he swings a bat, Rich Corder may seriously be thinking of taking up volleyball by next week. Anyone who would like to try for ladder spot can either go to regular play on Sundays or arrange a challenge during the week. David Robicheaux is in charge of the challenge ladder and can be reached at 666-0596. ■ Sunday softball The third game ofthe day last Sunday between Jim's Gym and Mary's for 8 innings, but had a terrific last inning rush of excitement. Going into the 8th, the game was all tied up at 5-5, in nobody's favor. With bases loaded and 2 out, Jim's Gym catcher David Brown whammed a double that saw 3 pairs of feet over the home plate. But Mary's is a tenacious team. They were not about to go down without a fight. So in the bottom ofthe 8th, they managed to get 2 batters on base and to score 1 run. Obviously, that was 2 an short of tying the game again and 3 runs short of winning it. Final score, Jim s Gym 8, Mary s 6, m the second game of the season that Jim's Gym has won in extra innings. The lead-off game of the day between The Montrose Voice and the Montrose Mining Company had a little side-bet going that added some interest for the onlookers and spurred the players to give an extra oomph. Montrose Voice publisher Henry McClurg, in a rush of team spirit and possibly spirits of the liquid kind, bet Mining Company manager Randolph Parks a full page ad in The Voice which Henry would pay for out of his own pocket against a night of merriment at the Mining Company on the outcome of the game. So now it is the painful duty of the Montrose Voice sports page to report that fine, dedicated and generally good-looking Montrose Voice team will not be enjoying a night on the town at the Mining Company's expense. Instead the Mining Company gets to gloat over their victory in a full-page ad somewhere between the hallowed covers ofthe Voice itself. Oh, well, it could have been worse. Going into the bottom of the 6th, the Voice trailed 12-2, but they managed to rally and scoop up a total of 9 runs at their last two times at bat. But that was not enough to keep the Miners from taking the victory 17-11, led by the batting skills of Wayne Romero (4 for 5) and Carl Fries (3 for 4). The Voice's next game will be against Jim's Gym. Perhaps Henry would like to bet a team workout against a cover picture of a barbell. The Galleon stretched their winning streak to 3 in a row with and easy win over the Brazos River Bottom, 12-1. Arthur Castillo, who is one of the League's leading hitters with an impressive .538, was 2 for 4 on the day, as was Don Kessler. The win puts the Galleon 11/2 games out in front of second place in the South Division, held by Jim's Gym. The BRB team has recently reorganized and will probably gain some winning momentum as the season progresses. Well, in the final game of last Sunday, the zaney wildmen of the League, better known as the Barn team, again managed to pull off a real show of softball insanity, this time against the A & K Jewelry team. The Barn started off by proving what kind of power they really have with 6 runs in the first inning compared to zip for A&K. But the fun had just begun and inning two saw 4 A & K runs. Then innings three and four saw a total of 16 more runs for A&K. The Barn scored 8 more runs in the game for a final tally of 20 for A & K and 14 for the Barn. But the crazy part about it was that the 34 runs scored in the game came off of 27 hits. Nine men got free tickets to first during the match and between the two teams, there were 15 errors. Bill Schmidt, who is the Barn's top hitter with .562, was 3 for 4 on the night. He was joined by Tony Pietschner who had a good game with another 3 for 4. A&K was led to victory by the bats of Sandi Skelton (3 for 3) and Ken Johnson (2 for 4). qpf .4 »rV MSA Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday, May 16 Montrose Mine 17 Montrose Voice Galleon 12 Brazos HB Jim's Gym 8 Mary's A&K Jewelry 20 Bam STANDINGS Won Lost Pet South Division Galleon 5 2 Jim's Gym 3 3 A&K Jewelry 2 3 Briar Patch 2 4 Montrose Voice 1 4 North Division Dirty Sally's 6 0 Montrose Mining 4 2 Mary's 3 2 Brazos River Btm 2 3 Barn 1 6 .714 - .500 1% .400 2 .333 2% .200 3 1.000 - .667 2 .600 2* .400 3V6 .143 5fc THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Levy Field From Montrose, go out Richmond, past Kirby. left on Eastside I Sunday, May 23 Jim's Gym vs. Montrose Voice, 6pm Montrose Mine vs. Brazos Riv Btm, 7pm Mary's vs. Dirty Sally's, 8pm A&K Jewelry vs. Briar Patch, 9pm LEADING HITTERS (Based on 15 or more at-bats through May 16) Plsysr (Tssm) AB B H AVG 1. D. Davidson (Sally's) 17 11 11 .647 2. J. Summerall (BRB) 15 3 9 BOO 3. M Marchena (Sally's) 22 12 13 691 4 B. Schmidt (Bam) 16 8 9 .562 5. W. Romero (Mine) 6. J. Young (Sallys) A. Castillo (Galleon) R. Martin (Voice) M. Morrison (Sally's) R. Gore (Galleon) N. Borjas (Sally's) 18 8 10 .555 20 9 11 .550 26 12 14 .538 15 3 6 .533 19 12 10 .526 21 15 11 .524 16 4 8 .500 Player (Team) J. DeSale (Sally's) K. Johnston (A&K) M. Marchena (Sally's) B. Schmidt (Bam) K. Bailey (Sally's) HOMERUN LEADERS {Through through May 16) Player (Team) D. Davidson (Sally's) B. Fike (Galleon) K. Gray (Sally's) D. Kessler (Galleon) J. Moretta (Jim's Gym) MSA Women's Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday. May 16 Ducks 8 Armadillo Grph Chuck's Angels 7 Twins Royal A's 11 Special Blend Kindred Spirits 13 Hell Raisers STANDINGS Won Lost Renegades Hell Raisers Ducks Armadillos Grph Chuck's Angels Kindred Spirits Twins Royal A's Special Blend Pet QB 1.000 - .750 VS .750 K .667 1 .500 1% .500 VA .250 2'h .250 2% .000 3'/! THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Fonde Park. Take 1-45 South to Telephone exit. Take feeder to Monger, right on Munger. go 1 Mock, turn left) Sunday, May 23 Chuck's Angels vs. Renegades, 2pm Armadillo Graphics vs. Hell Raisers, 3pm Ducks vs. Royal A's, 4pm Kindred Spirits vs Twins, 5pm MSA Bowling LAST WEEK GAMES Monday, May 17 HIGH GAMES HIGH SERIES Garald Hagan 253 Garald Hagan 661 Bob Craig 242 Don Housen 609 Barry Bass 220 Bob Atkins 606 Division A 1. Daddy's 2. 69ers 3. Barnyard Hoers 4. Tammany Haul Division B 1. Bushwackers 2. Five Easy Pieces 3. Split Endz 4. E/J's Protein Suppliments Division C 1. Slow Hand 2. Black & Blue Balls 3. The Hole 4. Strikers Division D 1. Gator-Aid 2. Happy Trails 3. Sidekicks 4. Galleon One THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain) Monday, May 24 Regular competition, 9pm Thursday, May 27 Regular competition, 9pm Pool Tournaments THIS WEEK'S GAMES Monday, May 24 Kindred Spirits (5245 Buffalo Speedway, 665-9756) at 6:30pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Mary's (1022 Westheimer, 528-8851) at Spm Ranch (6620V_ Main, 529-9730) at 9 pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all ($50 guarantee) Tuesday, May 25 Lampost (2417 Times Blvd., 528-8921) at Bpm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Wednesday, May 26 Briar Patch (2294 W. Holcombe, 665-9678) at 9pm, single elimination, $2 entry. $50 prize G.B.I. (1419 Richmond, 528-6903) at 8pm, tingle elimination, $2 entry, winner takes all plus new pool cue Thursday, May 27 Barn (710 Pacific, 528-9427) at 9pm, double elimination, $2 entry, $25 first round prize. $15 second found prize Just Marion and Lynn's (817 Fairview, 528-9110) at Spm. E/J's (1213 Richmond, 527-9071) at 9:30pm, double elimination, $2 entry, winner take all. MSA Tennis STANDINGS 8. David Garza 9. David Robicheaux 10. Terry Rich 11. Eddie Chavez 12. Randy Jierscheck 13. Daniel Casillas 1. Fred Lopez 2. Lester Vela 3. John Ryan 4. Jon Colbert 5. Rick DuPont 6. Michael Green 7. Rich Corder THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Courts located on the north side of Memorial Drive In Memorial Park.) Sunday, May 23 Regular competition, 4:30pm
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