1950

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 10, 1950
According to the New York Times, this event ran on a short course, estimated to be 175 yards short.

Team Scores
1. Army, 33
2. Cornell, 87
3. Penn, 89
4. Yale, 138
5. Princeton, 147
6. Dartmouth, 155
7. Harvard, 166
8. Brown, 176
9. Navy, 182
10. Columbia, 232

Order of Finish
1. Richard Shea (Army), 24.54.2
2. Louis Davis (Army), 26:07
3. Albert Pittis (Princeton), 26:14
4. Harold Marsh (Army), 25:22
5. Robert Grossman (Cornell), 25:23
6. Robert Spatola (Penn), 26:27
7. Stanley Smiley (Dartmouth), 26:38
8. Leonard Black (Penn), 26:51
9. Walter Molineaux (Brown), 26:52
10. Richard Snedeker (Princeton), 26:56
11. William Killian (Cornell), 26:58
12. Robert Day (Army), 27:00
13. William Albers (Cornell), 27:01
14. James Effer (Army), 27:03
15. Harry Wood (Brown), 27:19
16. David Gregory (Harvard), 27:21
17. Raymond Tacke (Navy), 27:26
18. Robert Johnson (Yale), 27:31
19. William Bruch (Columbia), 27:33
20. Wayne White (Army), 27:35

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
Michigan State Course (East Lansing, Mich.) — Nov. 27, 1950
Four-mile course

Team Scores
1. Penn State, 53; 2. Michigan State, 55; 3. Wisconsin, 65; 4. Kansas, 91; 5. Notre Dame, 110; 6. Purdue, 148; 7. Eastern Michigan, 194; 8. Lawrence, 208; 9. Albion, 248.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. Herb Semper (Kansas), 20:31.7
27. Richard Shea (Army), 21:55.0