1943

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) — May 8, 1943

Team Scores
1. Army, 88 5/6
2. Cornell, 38
3. Penn, 37 1/2
4. Princeton, 35 1/3
5. Columbia, 28 1/3
6. Dartmouth, 12

Recordbreaker
• William Vessie of Columbia in the high jump (6-3 3/4), breaking the mark of 6-3 1/2 set by Dartmouth’s Donald Blount in 1940 and 1941 and Cornell’s Lester Murdock in 1940.

Multiple Champions
• Donald Burnham, Dartmouth (880, mile)
• William Vessie, Columbia (high jump, discus)

Individual Running Finals
100-yard dash — 1. Harvey Kelsey (Princeton), 10.0; 2. Charles Shaw (Cornell); 3. Johnny Morris (Army); 4. Stanley Kaufman (Penn); 5. — Craig (Army).

880-yard run — 1. Don Burnham (Dartmouth), 1:57.9; 2. Eugene Sullivan (Penn); 3. Frank McMullen (Army); 4. George Berger (Army); 5. Jeffrey Kirk (Penn).

Mile run — 1. Don Burnham (Dartmouth), 4:33.3; 2. — Williver (Army); 3. Paul Kelsey (Cornell); 4. Frank Dirkes (Army); 5. — Wilson (Princeton).

Two-mile run — 1. Harold Saine (Army), 9:57.7; 2. — Jones (Army); 3. John Kandl (Cornell); 4. — Goodman (Penn); 5. Owen Roberts (Princeton).

120-yard hurdles — 1. Dana Payne (Princeton), 15.7; 2. Benjamin Cassiday (Army); 3. — Vaughan (Penn); 4. Jared Morrow (Army); 5. — MacFarland (Cornell).

220-yard hurdles — 1. Benjamin Cassiday (Army), 25.0; 2. — Scott (Cornell); 3. — Novak (Army); 4. Dana Payne (Princeton); 5. Bob Pullman (Cornell).

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. William Vessie (Columbia), 6-4 3/4; 2. — Derouin (Army), — Larson (Cornell) & — Harts (Princeton); 5. — Walker (Army), — Lopez (Columbia) & John Myers (Princeton).

Pole vault — 1. Warren Broemel (Columbia), 13-0.

Long jump — 1. Robert Giles (Army), 22-5 3/4; 2. Howard Yielding (Army), 22-2 3/8; 3. J. Becker (Columbia), 21-7 3/4; 4. Bob Lockwood (Penn), 21-2 1/4; 5. John Welsh (Penn), 21-2 1/8.

Shot put — 1. Cleo Calcagni (Penn), 45-0.

Discus throw — 1. William Vessie (Columbia), 144-3; 2. — Van Schoick (Army), 137-7; 3. William Ekberg (Army), 133-3 1/2; 4. — Whittemore (Cornell), 131-3 3/4; 5. Peter Stadnyk (Princeton), 129-4 3/4.

Hammer throw — 1. Clark Sanford (Cornell), 143-1 3/4; 2. — McCann (Columbia), 132-9 5/8; 3. Roland Ely (Princeton), 132-1 1/8; 4. George Troxell (Army), 101-0; 5. — Clagett (Cornell), 98-5 7/8.

Javelin throw — 1. Lowell Smith (Army), 183-1; 2. —- Wescoe (Princeton), 180-2; 3. Joseph Kane (Columbia), 178-5; 4. —- Walker (Army), 168-8; 5. Bill Vessie (Columbia), 159-1.

Relays Finals
4×110-yard relay — 1. Princeton (— Marshall, Paul Kroehnke, Talbot Adamson, — Kelsey), 42.0; 2. Penn; 3. Armyl 4. Cornell; 5. Columbia.

4×440-yard relay — 1. Army (Bernard Rogers, John Holtze, Frank McMullen, John Morris), 3:25.3; 2. Penn; 3. Cornell; 4. Princeton; 5. Columbia.

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