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Title Montrose Voice, No. 81, May 14, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 14, 1982
Language English
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  • 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 May 14,1982 / Montrose voice 7 Sports Dirty Sally's stretches it to six wins; Jim's Gym, Briar Patch, Mary's also advance in rankings Galleon sails smooth waters in weekend games By Billie Duncan The Galleon came back from its previous defeat at the bats of Dirty Sally's to clobber its way to victory in two decisive wins this past weekend. On Saturday, May 8, The Galleon creamed The Barn 30-10 in a stunning 15- hit attack. The Barn helped The Galleon out considerably by giving them 8 bases on balls and committing a total of 13 errors. Bill Schmidt of The Barn provided a gleam of light with his first homer this season, but it was not enough to keep away the gloom of a resounding defeat. Then on Sunday, The Galleon faced the Briar Patch. They again shipped out with 15 hits, led by Arthur Castllo with 4 for 4. Don Kessler, who returned with a ven- gence last week, continued to swing a mighty bat with a 3 for 3 day. Kessler's presence just might be a factor in keeping The Galleon on top of the South Division. The Galleon was again aided in its win by its opponent, who erred a total of 9 times—7 times in only 2 innings. So, The Galleon wound up drenching the Briar Patch 14-5, which stretches The Galleon lead in the South Division almost to a point of comfort. Min other games Dirty Sally's remains unbeaten, having defeated Jim's Gym on Saturday and The Barn on Sunday. In the Saturday action, Sally's powerhouse hitters had a home run holiday. Mike Morrison, Mario Marchena and Den Bailey all sent messages home the easy way. Dickie Hoke of Jim's Gym had a 2 for 2 day with a sacrifice fly producing 1 of Jim's Gym 3 runs. But 3 runs do not beat 11, and that was Sally's final tally. So, going into Sunday's game was an undefeated Dirty Sally's facing a Barn that had just been swamped 30-10 by The Galleon. An eaBy win for Sally's? Nope. Although the 12-5 score in favor of Sally's did not reflect it. The Barn actually out-hit Sally's led by none other than the home run hero of Saturday, Bill Schmidt. Bill popped 2 fence sailers this game, knocking in 2 runs each time. Mario Marchena again led Sally's hitting with 2 for 3 on the night. And when it was all said and done, a gutsy Barn team sustained another loss. The team that Sally's romped over on Saturday (Jim's Gym) had its own romp on Sunday when it faced A&K Jewelry. The action was hot and heavy with a wild finale. Second inning excitement was definately coming out of the A&K dugout, with 8 runs scored, led by Ken Johnston's 3 run homerun. Jim's Gym was hanging in there, however, with both John Moretta and Mike Scoggins putting softball satellites into outer space (or at least out ofthe ballpark). A&K rallyed in the bottom ofthe 6th, but when one of their men was thrown out in a bid for home plate, the party was over. Jim's Gym took it over A&K 11-9. But A&K sure looked better in that game than they did on Saturday when they squared off with Montrose Mining Company. The Mining Company launched an 11-hit barrage led by Miners Hank McPhate and Wayne Romero, who each had 2 for 4 on the day. A&K's highest tally was in errors—a total of 13. And even the superb performance of Ken Johnston could not overcome that kind of flubbing. Ken was 2 for 3, including a double and a one-person round trip of the bases. The end result was Montrose Mining Company 16 and A&K Jewelry 5. In the last game on Saturday, the Briar Patch soundly beat the Brazos River Bottom 11-1, even though John Summerall was 3 for 3 and Chuck Israelian was 2 for 3 in their performances for the BRB. But that was not good enough to overcome the 12 hits ofthe Briar Patch coupled with a good Patch defense. Joey Holton, Jeff Broome and Mike Grisold all were 2 for 4 on the day, with Mike slamming himself home for the first time this season. The only other game ofthe weekend was on Sunday when Mary's moved into sole possession of the second place spot in the North Division by crunching the Montrose Mining Company 10-3. Mary's 10 runs were produced out of only 7 hits, but the Mining Company helped out by committing 12 errors. WBowling battle In the Monday Bowling Division D, a tight fight is taking place. Galleon One may still appear at the top of the standings, but their lead is by a scant three pins over the Untouchables. Both teams have won 16 games and lost 8, so they are practically in a dead heat. The Untouchables had an incredible night last Monday as they faced Interact. The Untouchables racked up a whopping 3075 for all three games. Game three saw Interact edging the Untouchables by a mere 4 pins, while top bowlers on each team racked up the high games for the night. Harley Baade bowled 241 for Interact and R. Walcker of the Untouchables was close behind with 240. Galleon One did not have that good of a night. Facing the CBC Steamrollers (who were in 10th), they only came up with one win, but it was a close contest all the way. When the final tally flashed on the screen, the Steamrollers had only won the total pin count by 7. Expect Galleon One to come back determined this Monday. BWomen's softball The MSA Women's Softball League may have gotten off to a slow start, but they are really rolling now. There are three unbeaten teams: Renegades, Hell Raisers and Armadillo Graphics. Hell Raisers and Armadillo Graphics both have games this week, but the hard-hitting terrors of the women's softball set, the Renegades, will have the day off. The lead-off game between Armadillo Graphics is a new team that has really shown that spirit, guts and good coaching can make up for lack of experience. League president Martha Richie is their captain and Kelly Caswell explained, "She took all the extras that nobody else wanted and she made a team." The Ducks on the other hand are a tight team that has been around for about six years. This week they have a good reason to want the win. Their catcher, Sue, sustained a serious fracture ofthe ankle last week and is hospitalized. The Ducks team is so close that they probably will not even drop her from the roster and pick up another player, even though Sue will be unable to finish the season. The other unbeaten team playing this week, the Hell Raisers, will meet a lively Kindred Spirits team at 5:00 p.m. In other games, Chuck's Angels and Twins, who both have won one and lost three, will meet head on, and Special Blend and Royal A's will fight it out for the cellar. WRacquet update This coming Sunday, MSA Tennis will be played from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and the next week, the schedule will be from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.—a much more reasonable time. Face it: 10:30 a.m. is just too close to Saturday closing time, even for the fine atheltes of the Montrose Sports Association. But, expect an early start on June 26 for the Texas Cup to be played here in Houston. The only two cities involved at this point in the Texas Cup are Houston and Dallas, but both cities would like to see more of Texas represented. With an eye to that end, MSA Tennis has reserved several extra courts on June 26, so that players from other cities can play inside matches, which might stir up interest so that they would challenge in 1983. B'Bakset of Cheer' This Sunday, May 16, the Women's Softball League will start selling tickets for a raffle. The prize will be a "basket of cheer." Right. And what exactly is a "basket of cheer?" Well, according to League secretary Claire Vasilioy, it is a. laundry basket filled with booze. Tickets will be $2 and proceeds will go to cover expenses for the an invitational planned for August and for other organizational expenses. The idea is a good one, but board member Vasilioy pointed out, "A real money maker would be a board roast." Sam Immordino, (secretary of MSA Monday Bowling), Jim Reagan (president of MSA), Al Adams, Tim Adams, Roger Hart, all of the Next T Last bowling team. MSA Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Saturday, May 8 Galleon 30 Barn 10 Dirty Sally's 11 Jim's Gym 3 Montrose Mine 16 A&K Jewelry 5 Briar Patch 11 Brazos River Btm 1 Sunday, May 9 10 Montrose Mine 3 12 Barn 5 14 Briar Patch 5 11 A&K Jewelry 9 STANDINGS Won Lost Pet QB South Division 4 2 2 3 2 4 1 3 Montrose Voice 1 3 North Division Dirty Sally's 6 0 Mary's 3 1 Montrose Mining 3 2 Brazos River Btm 2 2 Barn 1 5 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All garnet, at Levy Field. From Montrose, no mil Richmond, past Kirby, left on Eagt_.de.) Saturday, May 15 No games scheduled Mary's Dirty Sally's Galleon Jim's Gym Galleon Jim's Gym Briar Patch A&K Jewelry .667 _ .400 Usj .333 2 .250 2V, .250 2'/, .000 .750 2 .600 2 mn 3 .167 5 Sunday, May 16 Montrose Voice vs. Montrose Mining Co., 6pm Brazos River Bottom vs. Galleon, 7pm Mary's vs. Jim's Gym, 8pm A&K Jewelry vs. Barn, 9pm MSA Women's Softball LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Sunday, May 9 Renegades 23 Kindred Spirits 4 Ducks 11 Chuck's AngelB 9 Hell Raisers 6 Special Blend 4 Armadillo Grpb 10 Royal A's 8 STANDINGS Won Lost Pet GB Renegades 3 - 1.000 Hell Raisers 3 - 1.000 - Armadillos Grph 2 - 1.000 '/_ Ducks 2 1 .667 1 Chuck's Angels 1 2 .333 1V_ Kindred Spirits 1 2 .333 IV& Twins 1 2 .333 IV. Royal A's - 3 .000 3 Special Blend - 3 .000 3 THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All (tames at Fonde Park, Take [-45 South to Telephone exit Take feeder to Munger, right on Munger, go 1 block, turn left ) Sunday, May 16 Armadillos Grph vs. Ducks, 2pm Chuck's Angels vs, Twins, 3pm Special Blend vs. Royal A's, 4pm Hell Raisers vs. Kindred Spirits, 5pm MSA Bowling LAST WEEK GAMES Monday, May 10 HIGH GAMES HIGH SERIES Harley Baade 241 Harvey Baade 601 R. Walcker 240 Steve Stepleton 597 Paul Buenger 233 Steve McConaughy 594 STANDINGS Division A Division B 1. Daddy's 1. Bushwackers 2. 69erB 2. Splitz Endz 3. Eurotan Int'l 3. Five Easy Pieces 4. Barnyard Hoers 4. E.G.S. Protein Supplements Division C Division D 1. Slow Hand 1. Galleon One 2. Strikers 2. Untouchables 3. Cherry Pickers 3. Gator-Aid 4. Citizen Pain 4. Happy Trails THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All games at Stadium Bowl. 8200 Braesmain) Monday, May 17 Regular competition, 9pm Thursday, May 19 Regular competition, 9pm Pool Tournaments THIS WEEK'S GAMES Monday. May 17 Kindred Spirits (5245 Buffalo Speedway, 665- 9756) at 8:30pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Marys (1022 Westheimer, 528-8851) at 9pm Ranch (6620V2 Main, 529-9730) at 9 pm. single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all ($50 guarantee) Tuesday, May 18 Lampost (2417 Time- Blvd., 528-8921) at 8pm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner take all Wednesday. May 19 Briar Patch (2294 W. Holcorobe, 665-9678) at 9pm, single elimination. $2 entry, $50 prize G.B.I. (1419 Richmond, 528-8903) at Spm, single elimination, $2 entry, winner takes all plus new P°°' cue Thursday, May 20 Bam (710 Pacific, 528-9427) at 9pm, 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 9:30pm. double elimination, $2 entry, winner take all. MSA Tennis (Courts located on the north side of Memorial Drive in Memorial Park.) STANDINGS 1. Fred Lopez 8. Rick DuPont 2. Lester Vela 9. Terry Rich 3. Bobby Hopkins 10. David Robicheaux 4. John Ryan 11. David Garza 5. Jon Colbert 12. Eddie Chavez 6. Rich Corder 13. Randy Jierscheck 7. Victor Godine 14. Daniel Casillas
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