1962

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Memorial Field (Hanover, N.H.) — May 12, 1962

Team Scores
1. Yale 53, 1/10
2. Army, 48 3/5
3. Harvard, 43 1/2
4. Navy, 38 1/5
5. Dartmouth, 36
6. Princeton, 20
7. Penn, 16 1/2
8. Cornell, 10 1/10
9. Brown, 6
10. Columbia 0

Most Outstanding Performer
Unknown

Recordbreakers
• Gerald Ashworth of Dartmouth in the 100y dash (:09.4), breaking the mark of :09.5 set by Penn’s John Haines in 1955.
• Joseph Almaguer of Army in the 220y dash straightaway (:21.2), breaking the mark of :21.6 set by Stephen Snyder in 1959 and 1960.
• William Straub of Army in the two-mile run (9:03.5), breaking the mark of 9:05.8 set by Brown’s Robert Lowe in 1961.
• Jay Luck of Yale in the 120y hurdles (:14.4), breaking the mark of :14.5 set by Dartmouth’s Peter McCreary in 1951 and 1952, AND in the 220y hurdles (:22.9), breaking the mark of :23.2 set by Cornell’s Meredith Gourdine in 1951.
• Richard Plymale of Army in the pole vault (15-0 1/2), breaking the mark of 14-7 1/2 set by Cornell’s John Murray in 1961.
• Richard Ellington of Dartmouth in the triple jump (47-7 1/2), the first time the event was contested.
• The 4x440y relay of Yale (3:13.4), breaking the mark of 3:14.7 set by Yale in 1959.

Multiple Champion
• Jay Luck, Yale (120 hurdles, 220 hurdles)

Individual Running Finals
100-yard dash — 1. Gerald Ashworth (Dartmouth), 9.4; 2. Joe Almaguer (Army); 3. Harold Sprague (Army); 4. Peter Golwas (Navy); 5. John Sai (Navy).

220-yard dash (run on straightaway) — 1. Joe Almaguer (Army), 21.2; 2. Harold Sprague (Army); 3. Joe Green (Navy); 4. John Sai (Navy); 5. Peter Golwas (Navy).

440-yard dash — 1. Wendell Mottley (Yale), 47.4; 2. Tom Holzel (Dartmouth); 3. Gerry Garwicki (Army); 4. S. Dudley Hallagan (Dartmouth); 5. Langdon Scot (Dartmouth).

880-yard run — 1. Gordon Lingley (Navy), 1:53.1; 2. Whitney Azoy (Princeton); 3. Ed Hamlin (Harvard); 4. Harry Rich (Harvard); 5. George Marienthal (Navy).

Mile run — 1. Mark Mullin (Harvard), 4:10.1; 2. Steve Machooka (Cornell); 3. Ed Meehan (Harvard); 4. Roy Reisinger (Penn); 5. Nicholas Jennison (Dartmouth).

Two-mile run (NYT did not list this event in agate nor did the story go into detail beyond the victor) — 1. Bill Straub (Army), 9:03.5

120-yard hurdles — 1. Jay Luck (Yale), 14.4; 2. Bill Flippin (Yale); 3. John Knight (Dartmouth); 4. Thomas Dumont (Navy); 5. Richard Scharf (Army).

220-yard hurdles — 1. Jay Luck (Yale), 22.9; 2. 2. Kenneth Reynard (Penn); 3. Cameron Duncan (Dartmouth); 4. John Knight (Dartmouth); 5. Kent Allen (Navy).

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. John Hartnett (Princeton), 6-6; 2. Sam Streibert (Yale), 6-4; 3. Dean Dowling (Army), Steven Weeks (Penn) & Bill Flippin (Yale), 6-2.

Pole vault — 1. Richard Plymale (Army), 15-0 1/2; 2. Charles Mitchell (Princeton), 14-6; 3. Oakley Andrews (Yale), Jerrold Negin (Navy), Ed Rector (Navy), Robert Potter (Cornell) & Mitchell Richard (Army), 13-6.

Long jump — 1. James Axtell (Yale), 23-0 3/4; 2. Henry Betts (Cornell) & Sidney Marland (Harvard), 22-8 3/4; 4. Kent Allen (Army), 22-7 1/2; 5. James Thorell (Navy), 22-3 1/2.

Triple jump — 1. Richard Ellington (Dartmouth), 47-7 1/2; 2. Hobart Armstrong (Harvard), 47-6 1/2; 3. James Axtell (Yale), 46-6 1/2; 4. Chukwuma Azikewe (Harvard), 46-0; 5. Kenneth Reynard (Penn) & Harold Thomas (Yale), 45-11 1/4.

Shot put — 1. Richard deLone (Harvard), 54-0 1/2; 2. Michael Berkowitz (Navy), 52-11 1/4; 3. Greg Mather (Navy), 52-3; 4. Bob Batdorf (Penn), 52-2 1/4; 5. Jerry Seay (Army), 51-5 1/4.

Discus throw — 1. Bob Batdorf (Penn), 158-6 1/4; 2. Sarge Nichols (Harvard), 154-10 1/4; 3. Loren Clayman (Harvard), 147-1 1/4; 4. Joe Dyer (Brown), 144-11 3/4; 5. Randall Smith (Navy), 144-10.

Hammer throw — 1. Ed Bailey (Harvard), 186-2; 2. Douglas Tozour (Navy), 176-1 1/2; 3. Joe Dyer (Brown), 177-0 1/2; 4. Henry Jenckes (Dartmouth), 168-1; 5. Loren Clayman (Harvard), 166-8 1/2.

Javelin throw — 1. John Ahern (Army), 220-8 1/2; 2. Ed Thurber (Princeton), 215-2 1/2; 3. John Livingston (Yale), 208-9 1/2; 4. Henry Hallas (Yale), 202-3; 5. Robert Schmidt (Cornell), 200-3 1/2.

Relays Final
Mile relay — 1. Yale (Wendell Mottley, Peter Joki, — Heinbouch?; Jay Luck), 3:13.4; 2. Dartmouth; 3. Navy; 4. Army; 5. Cornell.

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