Mrs. Dorothy Levine, pretty Chicagoan who won title in 1954, lost little of her skill in three-year layoff, coming back to beat Defending Champion Lois Felix 6-1, 6-1 for women's national indoor tennis championship at Brookline.
This is an article from the March 25, 1957 issue
Herb Elliott, 19-year-old Aussie who has become latest down under track sensation, took crack at retired John Landy's 880 record, whirled off 1:49.3 clocking on top of recent 4:00.4 mile to set national mark at Melbourne.
John Yovicsin, 38, T-formation exponent, gave up comfortable post at Gettysburg to accept more challenging job of trying to pick up Harvard's lost football prestige. Explained Yovicsin: "I like the philosophy of the Ivy League."
Jim Brewer, lanky North Phoenix High School senior who learned to pole-vault in neighbor's backyard pit while still in grammar school, used new pole to soar 14 feet 9‚Öú inches in dual meet, highest ever for schoolboy vaulter.