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University of Houston. Seventh Annual All-America Intercollegiate Invitation - Page 15. March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/499/show/487.

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University of Houston. (March 29, 1961 - April 1, 1961). Seventh Annual All-America Intercollegiate Invitation - Page 15. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/499/show/487

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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
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript TEAM MEDAL PLAY—1. Houston 1160, 2. LSU 1195, 3. Okla. St. 1230, 4. New Mexico U. 1241, 5. Texas A&M 1243, 6. North Texas 1244. TEAM MATCH PLAY—1. LSU over Houston 3%-2V2, 3. Texas A&M over North Texas 4%-l%. 5. Okla. St. over New Mexico U. 4%-l%. LOW FOUR BALL—1. LSU 259, 2. Houston 261, 3. Texas A&M 264, 5. Okla. St. 265, 6. North Texas 270. LOW TWO BALL^-1. LSU 269 (Essig and Carmichael), 2. Houston (Cupit and Blancas) 272, 3. Houston 274 (Beck and Marimon). INDIVIDUAL MEDAL PLAY—Homero Blancas, Houston, Don Essig, LSU and Larry Beck of Houston, 287. (Unable to have playoff because of darkness . . . three way tie for first); Jacky Cupit, Houston, 289; Tony Marimon, Houston, 297; Gene Dixon, Memphis St., 299; Howell Fraser, LSU, 300; Jacky O'Neil, LSU and Vic Kline of New Mexico U., 302; Dick Smith, North Texas, 303; Dickie Cannon of Okla. St. and Emil Esposito of Western Illinois, 305; Sam Carmichael of LSU and Elgie Seamster of North Texas 306; Gene Teter of SMU and Jim Wright of Okla. St., 307; John Lively, Texas A&M 308; Cotton Dunn, Okla. St., Rex Wilsen, Arizona St., Labron Harris, Jr., Okla. St., 309; Billy Martindale, Texas A&M, 310; Ralph Baker, Tulsa, Dickie Duble, Texas A&M, Ray Stoker, Baylor, Frank Luke, North Texas, Bob Meiring, New Mexico U., Terry Dill, Texas U., 311; Johnny Johnson, Texas Tech, Paul Rost, New Mexico U., 313; Jerry Jones, Tulsa, Johnny Arreaga, Baylor, 314; Jerry Truax, New Mexico U., 315; Lou Clain, Tulsa, Wayne Breck, Ariz. St. and Walton Smith of Memphis St., 318; John Ryskiewisz, Western 111., Ben Alexander, Texas Tech, Dave Larson, Rice, 319; Jack Little, SMU, Ross Teter, SMU, 320. N.C.A.A. TEAM CHAMPIONS 1939 STANFORD—Warren Berl, Don Kennedy, Charles E. Finger, Richard A. Wright. 1940—PRINCETON—H. M. Munger, Jr., P. M. Page, J. H. Selby, S. A. Zimmerman. L.S.U.—Bert McDowell, Henry Castillo, George Sharp, Jr., Earl R. Stewart, Jr. 1941 STANFORD—Warren Berl, Charles Finger, Dee Replogle, Raymond Bownell. 1942 L.S.U.—Earl Stewart, Dale Morey, Jack Killen, Jimmy Whittenberg. STANFORD—Frank Tatum, Rex Brownell, George Traphagen, Frank McCann. 1943 YALE—Robert Kuntz, Walter Beckford, Keith Bridston, Jim Harris. 1944 NOTRE DAME—Mel Wilke, James Besenfeldcr, Robert Terry, Jack Fitzpatrick. 1945 OHIO STATE—Howard Baker, Jack Lorms, Dan Rocker, Robert Kampper, Richard Barr. 1946 STANFORD—Frank McCann, Bob Rosburg, Jack Shuler, Robert Cardinal. 1947 L.S.U.—Jimmy Whittenberg, Jack Coyle, Joe Moore, Jr., Gardner Dickinson. 14