1961

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) — May 13, 1961

Team Scores
1. Yale, 54
2. Navy, 52
3. Dartmouth, 31
4. Army, 27
5. Cornell, 26
6. Harvard, 25
7. Princeton, 19
8. Penn, 12
9. Brown, 9
10. Columbia, 1

Most Outstanding Performer
Unknown

Recordbreakers
• Peter Golwas of Navy in the 220y dash on the curve (:22.0), matching the mark set by Princeton’s Peter Harwood in 1958.
• Mark Mullin of Harvard in the mile run (4:07.0), breaking the mark of 4:13.4 set by Army’s Richard Shea in 1952.
• Robert Lowe of Brown in the two-mile run (9:05.8), breaking the mark of 9:10.4 set by Penn’s Richard Hart in 1950.
• John Murray of Cornell in the pole vault (14-7 1/2), breaking the mark of 14-4 1/2 set by Penn’s John Gray in 1958.

Multiple Champions
• Peter Golwas, Navy (100, 220)
• Bill Flippin, Yale (120 hurdles, high jump)

Individual Running Finals
100-yard dash — 1. Peter Golwas (Navy), 9.7; 2. Gerald Ashworth (Dartmouth); 3. Joe Almaguer (Army); 4. George Eckstrom (Cornell); 5. Ed Sprague (Army).

220-yard dash — 1. Peter Golwas (Navy), 22.0; 2. Joe Almaguer (Army), 22.0; 3. Gerald Ashworth (Dartmouth), 22.1; 4. Dave Bain (Yale), 22.2; 5. Stuart Fried (Yale), 22.4.

440-yard dash — 1. Richard Edmunds (Princeton), 47.1; 2. Tom Holzel (Dartmouth), 48.4; 3. Fred McAniff (Army), 48.5; 4. Jim Stack (Yale), 48.6; 5. Gerald Garwick (Army), 48.8.

880-yard run — 1. Peter Brandeis (Cornell), 1:53.4; 2. Tom Carroll (Yale), 1:52.6; 3. Whitney Azoy (Princeton), 1:54.0; 4. Fred Howard (Harvard), 1:54.0; 5. Bill Legat (Yale), 1:55.1.

Mile run — 1. Mark Mullin (Harvard), 4:07.0; 2. Bob Mack (Yale), 4:08.4; 3. Nick Jennison (Dartmouth), 4:11.7; 4. Eric Groon (Cornell), 4:12.4; 5. Ray Westendorp (Cornell), 4:13.1.

Two-mile run — 1. Bobby Lowe (Brown), 9:05.8; 2. Tom Laris (Dartmouth), 9:09.8; 3. John Jones (Army), 9:10.6; 4. Robert Mack (Yale), 9:10.7; 5. Bill Bachrach (Yale), 9:15.1.

120-yard hurdles — 1. Bill Flippin (Yale), 14.6; 2. Jay Luck (Yale); 3. Angelo Sinisi (Brown); 4. John Knight (Dartmouth); 5. Tom Shields (Navy).

220-yard hurdles — 1. John Ebers (Dartmouth), 23.9; 2. Jay Luck (Yale), 24.3; 3. Jim Carney (Yale), 24.7; 4. John Knight (Dartmouth); 5. Cameron Duncan (Dartmouth), 25.6.

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Bill Flippin (Yale) & Samuel Streibert (Yale), 6-5; 3. Tom Mikulina (Cornell), 6-4; 4. John Joyce (Columbia), Patrick Gregan (Navy) & Martin Beckwith (Harvard), 6-0 1/2.

Pole vault — 1. John Murray (Cornell), 14-7 1/2; 2. Charles Mitchell (Princeton), 14-0; 3. Oakley Andrews (Yale), 13-6; 4. Ed Rector (Navy) & Dick Nutt (Navy), 13-0.

Long jump — 1. Charles Thorell (Navy), 23-11 1/2; 2. John Prichard (Navy) 23-0 3/4; 3. Harold Thomas (Yale), 22-9; 4. Don Bridwell (Penn), 22-7 1/2; 5. William Wilson (Army), 22-7 1/4.

Shot put — 1. Richard Brown (Navy), 56-7 1/2; 2. Bob Batdorf (Penn), 54-7; 3. Greg Mather (Navy), 53-4 1/2; 4. Steve Cohen (Harvard), 52-9 1/4; 5. Gerry Clement (Army), 52-4 1/2).

Discus throw — 1. Bob Batdorf (Penn), 171-9; 2. James Hart (Navy), 166-11; 3. John Bronstein (Harvard), 161-6 1/2; 4. George Ramming (Dartmouth), 162-8; 5. Mike Pyle (Yale), 162-0.

Hammer throw — 1. Jud Sage (Navy), 195-6; 2. Stan Doten (Harvard), 189-3 1/2; 3. Ed Bailey (Harvard), 181-1; 4. Bob McCarthy (Army), 175-3; 5. Roger Wilson (Harvard), 172-10.

Javelin throw — 1. John Ahern (Army), 209-4; 2. Larry Buell (Princeton), 205-5 1/2; 3. John Livingston (Yale), 201-10 1/2; 4. Steve Curtice (Navy), 201-3 1/2; 5. John Zagoria (Princeton), 198-0 1/2.

Relays Final
4×440-yard relay — 1. Cornell (Jim McSweeney, Peter Smith, Peter Brandeis, Murray Moulding), 3:16.7; 2. Navy, 3:17.0; 3. Harvard, 3:17.1; 4. Army, 3:17.6; 5. Princeton, 3:17.6.

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