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University of Houston. Seventh Annual All-America Intercollegiate Invitation - Page 11. March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/499/show/483.

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University of Houston. (March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961). Seventh Annual All-America Intercollegiate Invitation - Page 11. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/499/show/483

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Title Seventh Annual All-America Intercollegiate Invitation
Creator (LCNAF)
  • University of Houston
Publisher University of Houston
Date March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Golf
  • College sports
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  • University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box 7, Folder 22
Original Collection Athletics Department Records
Digital Collection University of Houston Sports Championship Publications
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ
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Transcript be hard for anyone to believe it without seeing it with the date of the paper next, to his column . . . and to add a little more drama to the predictions . . . Richard was 6 down with 17 holes to play in the finals and still won. The finish of the Team match play finals in the All- America last year was the most exciting and best golf that you could ever want to see. It surpassed the great golf seen in 1955 when North Texas and Houston went down to the wire for the championship. On that occasion there were 7 birdies and one par on Number 18, and the match ended in a tie for the Match Play Championship and Houston won on Medal Play. Last year there were 6 birdies, one par and one eagle . . . and oh what an eagle. Jacky O'Neil of LSU held a wedge . . . and his team won over Houston 3Mj to 2V2. A birdie would have given Houston a tie with LSU and Houston would have won on the Medal Play. Although the team championships are very exciting ... the Individual Championship should prove very exciting. There are at least 60 players entered that are fully capable of winning the Individual title. With the entry of this exceptional group of wonderful players . . . keen competition should prevail which should please the players and the spectators. For the first time this year plans are being made to have bleachers and concession stands available for the convenience of the galleries. Results of All-America Championships 1955-1960 MATCH PLAY RESULTS 1955—University of Houston. Houston beat North Texas on medal play because match ended in 3-3 tie. UH 1164, NTS 1209. Houston team (Wally Bradley, Tommy Cruse, Pete Hessemer, Richard Parvino). 1956—Louisiana State University. LSU beat North Texas State 3-V2 - 2-Mi. LSU team (Tommy Beard, Cecil Calhoun, Scotty Fraser, and Jim Mangum). 1957—North Texas State. N.T.S. beat Texas University 5-1. North Texas State team (Juan Estrada, Tom Reed, Harold Sexton and Dick Whetzle). MEDAL PLAY RESULTS 1955—Houston (1164), Wally Bradley, 284; Tommy Cruse, 290; Richard Parvino, 292; Pete Hessemer, 298. 1956—Houston (1173). Frank Wharton, 289; Rex Baxter, Jr., 290; Jimmy Hiskey, 291; Richard Parvino, 303. 1957—Houston (1148): Jimmy Hiskey, 282; Rex Baxter, Jr., 282; Frank Wharton, 285; Bob Pratt, 299. PAST LOW TWO BALL CHAMPIONS 1955—Wally Bradley and Richard Parvino, Houston, 205 (54 holes). 1956—Rex Baxter, Jr., and Frank Wharton, Houston, 268. 1957—Rex Baxter, Jr., and Frank Wharton, Houston, 263. PAST LOW FOUR BALL CHAMPIONS 1955—Benny Castloo, Ray Ferguson, A. J. Triggs, and Max Wilkinson, North Texas State, 194 (54 holes). 1^56—Tommy Towry, Ken Scott, Frank Wear, and Jerry Pittman, Southern Methodist University, 254. 10