Barbara McIntire, dimpled 22-year-old beauty from Toledo, came back from failure in Titleholders to sweep through big field in North and South Amateur at Pinehurst, beating Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone 3 and 2 for championship.
Tim Jecko, limber-armed Yale sophomore, flapped his way to two records and triple in NCAA championships at Chapel Hill. He won 100-yard butterfly in 54.6; 200-yard butterfly in 2:09.5; 200-yard individual medley in 2:09.4.
James Lenox Porter, 44-year-old banker representing Yale Club, lost opening game, rallied to defeat second-ranked Henry T. Stanton Jr. 12-15, 15-9, 15-4, 15-10 for national squash tennis title at New York's Columbia University Club.
Terry Rand, 6-foot 9-inch rebounder who starred for Marquette, averaged 20.3 points per game this year for Denver D-C Truckers, was named most valuable player in National Industrial Basketball League by fellow players.
April 8, 1957
Nonie Foley, 18, of Houghton, Mich. led all U.S. women skiers in total points going into N. American championships at Squaw Valley, seemed sure bet to head women's team at FIS world title meet at Badgastein, Austria next March.
Lou Campi, 52, Dumont, N.J. stonemason, has become latest TV heartthrob. Rolling off wrong foot, Campi won two new cars and $6,600 in Sweepstakes show, next night beat Buzz Fazio to run East-West winnings to $4,050.
Francis Ouimet, ex-caddie who won Open in 1913, Amateur in 1914, 1931 and since then has devoted himself to promotion of golf, was named winner of Richardson Trophy for "outstanding contributions" by Golf Writers' Assn.