1952

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
North Field (West Point, N.Y.) — May 17, 1952

Team Scores
1. Army, 50
2. Cornell, 42 1/5
3. Princeton, 34
4. Navy, 30 1/2
5. Dartmouth, 25 1/2
6. Yale, 21 7/10
7. Columbia, 18 1/2
8. Harvard, 15 1/2
9. Penn, 14 2/5
10. Brown, 4

Recordbreakers
• Richard Shea of Army in the mile run (4:13.4), breaking the mark of 4:16.5 set by Harvard’s Alex Northrop in 1938.
• Peter McCreary of Dartmouth in the 120y hurdles (:14.5), matching his own mark set in 1951.
• Joseph Perlow of Army in the pole vault (14-0), breaking the mark of 13-10 3/4 st by Columbia’s Richard Gaanslen in 1939.
• Robert Allison of Navy in the javelin throw (225-9 1/8), breaking his own mark of 217-8 3/8 set in 1951.

Multiple Champions
None

Individual Running Finals
100-yard dash — 1. Bruce Hardy (Army), 10.1; 2. Peter Dow (Harvard); 3. George Shaw (Columbia); 4. Charles Cole (Navy); 5. Ira Kane (Navy).

440-yard dash — 1. James Lingel (Cornell), 48.7; 2. William Branson (Navy); 3. Bernard Czaja (Navy); 4. Ed White (Army); 5. Richard Yaffa (Princeton).

880-yard run –1. Albin Rauch (Princeton), 1:53.9; 2. Mike Stanley (Yale); 3. Samuel Daniell (Dartmouth); 4. Frank Toner (Columbia); 4. Paul Raudenbush (Penn).

Mile run — 1. Richard Shea (Army), 4:13.4; 2. Toby Maxwell (Princeton); 3. Mike Morrissey (Dartmouth); 4. Daymond Packe (Penn); 5. Mike Stanley (Yale).

Two-mile run — 1. Albert Pittis (Princeton), 9:17.3; 2. David Cairns (Harvard); 3. Robert Day (Army); 4. Lou Davis (Army); 5. Walter Molineux (Brown).

120-yard hurdles — 1. Peter McCreary (Dartmouth), 14.5; 2. William Purdue (Army); 3. Larry Johnson (Army); 4. Harry Coyle (Cornell); 5. Charles Durakis (Harvard).

220-yard hurdles — 1. Meredith Gourdine (Cornell), 23.9; 2. Larry Johnson (Army); 3. William Purdue (Army); 4. Peter McCreary (Dartmouth); 5. MacAllister Booth (Cornell).

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Nelson Ehinger (Dartmouth), 6-3 5/8; 2. Frank Wolcott (Navy) & George Hipple (Yale), 6-2 5/8; 4. John Hipple (Yale), 6-0 5/8; 5. Willis Bacon (Army), 5-11 5/8.

Pole vault — 1. Joseph Perlow (Army), 14-0; 2. Warren Eisenhart (Army), 13-4; 3. Robert Mello (Harvard) & Gene Zelner (Cornell), 13-0; 5. Richard Jessup (Cornell), Benjamin Lawwill (Dartmouth), David St. George (Penn), Van Zimmerman (Penn) & John Brown (Yale), 12-6.

Long jump — 1. F. Morgan Taylor (Princeton), 24-1 7/8; 2. Meredith Gourdine (Cornell), 23-10 1/8; 3. Arthur Faulk (Penn), 23-0 1/2; 4. George Shaw (Columbia), 22-8; 5. Dick Calkins (Dartmouth), 21-11 1/2.

Shot put — 1. Leonard Lyons (Princeton), 48-1; 2. John McCallum (Penn), 47-10 1/4; 3. Albert Thompson (Columbia), 47-9 5/8; 4. Arthur Gardiner (Cornell), 47-6 7/8; 5. Phillip Swett (Yale), 46-10 1/2.

Discus throw — 1. Charles Emery (Penn), 165-6 1/8; 2. Douglas Fuchs (Cornell), 145-7 1/4; 3. Arthur Gardiner (Cornell), 145-6 1/2; 4. Paul Pratt (Harvard), 144-11 7/8; 5. Fred Davis (Navy), 143-9 7/8.

Hammer throw — 1. Joseph Chadbourne (Yale), 172-5 3/4; 2. Edmund Ross (Yale), 17-7; 3. Gil Borjeson (Brown), 169-3 7/8; 4. Arthur Gardiner (Cornell), 164-4 1/4; 5. Donald Jacobs (Princeton), 161-6 1/2.

Javelin throw — 1. Robert Allison (Navy), 225-9 1/8; 2. Alan Reich (Dartmouth), 196-2 7/8; 3. Gerald Helland (Navy), 196-1 3/4; 4. Jerome Gristina (Columbia), 182-2 1/2; 5. Ray Sterling (Cornell), 177-0.

Relays Finals
4×110-yard relay — 1. Cornell (MacAllister Booth, R.T. Gerlough, Stuart Merz, John Sebald), 42.5; 2. Columbia; 3. Princeton; 4. Harvard; 5. Navy.

Mile relay — 1. Army (Fred Thompson, Charles Youree, Edward White, James Cain), 3:17.6; 2. Navy; 3. Columbia & Cornell; 5. Princeton.

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