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(1.) Pre-Tournament banquet with Morris Frank the
emcee. (2.) Pre-Tournament banquet with the big
Houston Posters and Posters, Inc. sign. They gave us
13 billboards last year. (3, 4, 5 and 6.) ABC-TV's famous announcer Chris Schenkel presents All-America
Hall of Fame Inductees their gold Rolex watches.
Barney Walzel of Walzel Jewelry Company, donated
the watches and will do so again this year. (3.) Bob
Rule on left accepts watch for Bobby Jones; (4.) L.
R. (Goldie) Goldman; (5.) W. O. (Soapy) Johnson,
(6.) Byron Nelson. (7.) UH's Cougar mascot Shasta
at tournament. (8.) Sports Illustrated's photographer
Don Uhrbrock. (9 & 10.) UH's Doug Olson's birdie
putt on 15. (11.) Channel 13's Sports Director Dan
Lovett in action on 16. (12.) HAPPINESS is winning
the All America, (13.) UH's Golf Queen Miss Pat
Craig and emcee of Presentation Ceremonies Roger
Jeffery. (14.) John Pieratt of SAE Fraternity accepts the All America Spirit Trophy from Bill Boo-
her. (15.) Jack Jamison of Pine Forest C.C. presents
the Texas A&M Team the trophy for the Low Four
Ball Championship (Reggie Majors, Richard Ellis,
Bill Wade and Duke Butler). (16.) Mrs. Scott Wim-
berly of Pine Forest C.C. presents the Arizona U.
Team the trophy for the low two ball championship
(Drew Johnson and Wes Mohr). (17.) UH's Team
Match Play Champions with Houston Chronicle's
Fred Cobb Trophy. (Mahaffey, Barbarossa, Ashworth, Olson). They also won the Team Medal Play
Championship receiving the Houston Post's Marion
Hiskey Trophy. (18.) Ralph Lowe presents the 1969
All American Golf Queen Miss Molly Grubb of TCU
a beautiful watch given by Levit's Jewelers. (19.)
Miss Grubb and Individual Champion Steve Melnyk of
Florida U. Steve won the Western and National Amateur Championships this past summer. (20.) 1969
All America Champions Barbarossa, Mahaffey, Olson, Ashworth. These 4 players also won the NCAA
Championship in another dramatic fashion. (21.) The
late Guy Savage had the UH Champion Cougars on
his Saturday night TV show following the Presentation Ceremonies. This was the last picture taken of
Guy. The All America Tournament will miss him so
very much for it has never had a stronger supporter.
One of those being honored in our 1970 All America
Hall of Fame will be the late Guy Savage.
We are so grateful to the many civic-minded persons and companies who have supported this tournament through the years. You have made it bigger
and better each year. We also want the TV, press
and radio to know how much we appreciate the help
you have given us. There are so many wonderful
people that have given their money, time and energies to this tournament.
The students at the University of Houston and
other universities in this area, are just great with
all the enthusiasm they exhibit each year and we
want to give a special thank you to Atascocita Country Club for giving us the privilege of playing the
1970 All America at their beautiful golf course. This
is one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world
. . . one all the players will enjoy so much.
Again . . . Thanks to all of you for giving us a
part of yourself in order that we might have experiences we will remember a life time.
Dave Williams, Tournament Director
This brochure is dedicated to the memory of
the following loyal supporters who passed away
recently. We will always be extremely grateful
to them. They believed this tournament contributes much to the youth, the community *nd the
game of golf.
General A. D. Bruce
Lester A. Gillespie
Roy T. Manicom, Sr.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Tuesday, April 14th, 1970 — Practice Round and
Celebrity Tournament at Atascocita Country Club.
Pre-Tournament Banquet, Houston Room of Student
Center on University of Houston Campus honoring
players, coaches, guests, beauty queens and All America Hall of Famers. Food served from 6:45 to 7:30.
Morris Frank of The Houston Chronicle will serve
as the emcee of the banquet for the 11th straight
Wednesday, April 15th — First round of tournament,
Thursday, April 16th.— Second round of tournament,
Friday, April 17th — Third round of tournament, 18
holes. University of Houston's Golf Queen will be
announced at close of 3rd round of play. She will
again receive the keys to a new Cougar Automobile
from Jacobe-Pearson Lincoln-Mercury Co. of Houston, for her use the remainder of the school year. All
America Golf Queens Party at the home of Ralph
Lowe in Friendswood, Texas. All the queens from
the teams playing in the tournament will be honored and judged for the title of Miss All America
Golf Queen of 1970. Players, Coaches and special
guests are also invited to attend.
Saturday, April 18th, Final Round of Tournament.
Downtown Parade in the morning honoring all of the
Queens in the All-America Queen Contest. Presentation Ceremonies following the completion of the
final round. All America Golf Queen will be announced. She will receive many beautiful gifts. Dent-
ler's Dave Williams Award will be given to the outstanding senior in the tournament based on Leadership, Sportsmanship, Scholarship and Athletic Accomplishments. Laufman Jewelers will give beautiful watches to top four finishers in memory of the
late Bill Laufman. The outstanding hostess for the
tournament will receive a beautiful gift. The Houston's Post Marion Hiskey Trophy, The Houston
Chronicle's Fred Cobb Trophy, The Austin American's Morris Williams, Jr. Trophy, the Willie Maguire Trophy and many other trophies will be awarded to those winning various championships.
The following men purchased or sold a $1000.00
worth of sponsorships for the tournament. They
strongly believe this tournament contributes much
to the youth, the community and the game of golf.
We will always be indebted to them for their help
in making this sporting event one we can be proud
of and cherish. Joe Belden, Johnny Goyen, Hetchy
Ground, George Guilliams, Palmer Jenkins, Danny
Kaim, Ralph Lowe, Charles Marino, Tommy Steele,
Larry Wallock, Barney Walzel, Harold Wiesenthal.
Team Entries, Location and Coaches
Arizona State, Tempe, Arizona Bill Mann
Arizona, Tuscon, Arizona . .. Roy Tatum
Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. Danny Mason
Baylor, Waco, Texas Odis Beck
California State, Los Angeles, Calif Rod Faurot
Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Les Fowler
Florida State, Tallahassee, Fla Scotty Fletcher
Florida, Gainesville, Fla Buster Bishop
Houston, Houston, Tex. Dave Williams
Kansas State, Manhattan, Kan Ron Fogler
LSU, Baton Rouge, La Tommy Martty
Maryland, College Park, Md. Frank Cronin
Memphis State, Memphis, Tenn. Roy Moore
New Mexico State, Las Cruces,
New Mex Herb Wimberly
New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mex. . Dick McGuire
Oklahoma State, Stillwater, Okla. Labron Harris
Oklahoma, Norman, Okla Ray Thurmond
North Texas State, Denton, Tex Herb Ferrill
Rice, Houston, Tex. John Plumbley
S.M.U., Dallas, Tex Bill Martindale
Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn Sid Hatfield
Texas A&M, College Station, Tex. . Henry Ransom
Texas Tech, Lubbock, Tex Butch Mitchell
T.C.U., Ft. Worth, Tex Tom Prouse
Texas, Austin, Tex George Hannon
Wichita State, Wichita, Kansas . Bob Kirkpatrick
'AMERICA'S MOST EXCITING GOLF
April 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1970
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