N.Y. Ra e
In the New York Invitational
Regatta over the past weekend,
Michigan's sailing team came'
home with its most important
victory scoring 144 points while
Boston College in second place
compiled 135, Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology was third
Skippers Timmie Schneider and
John Goldsmith piloted Michigan's
entries. Schneider's crew was Jim
King while Carol Kiliger aided
Michigan is the first mid-west
school to win the regatta in 10
NEW YORK ) - Stan (The
Man) Musial, whose: brilliant
playing career appeared to be
coming to an end four months
ago, yesterday was named the
National League comeback Player-
of-the-Year for 1960 in the an-
nual Associated Press poll.
For regaining his position as one
of the circuit's most respected
batters, Musial received 55 votes
from among the 183 , baseball
writers participating in the ballot-
ing. Southpaw pitcher Curt Sim-
mons, Musial's St. Louis team-
inate, was second with 44 followed
by pitcher Bob Friend of Pitts-
burgh, 30 and outfielder Richie
Ashburn of Chicago, third place.
Musial's 1960 showing dropped
his lifetime batting average two
points to .335. However, it boosted
his hit total to 3,294 and his home
run aggregate to 429. Manager
Solly Hemus already has an-
nounced that Musial will be used
as a spot starter next season.
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Three people picked the fantastic score of 17-3 in last week's
Grid Picks contest, but Joe Stanberg of 307 Fletcher Hall hit the
10-point spread of the Michigan game right on the nose, so he has
been declared the winner.
This week's list will again give you a chance to win two free
tickets to the Michigan Theater, now showing "Desire. in the Dust".
Entry blanks may be obtained at the Michigan Daily in the mai"
office on the second floor,
Simply -decide the winners of the 20 games on this week's
list include the score of the Michigan game to break any possible
ties and return the entries by hand or mail them to Grid Picks,
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor. All entries must be in
by Friday midnight to be eligible.
Here are this week's Grid Picks:
1. Michigan at Wisconsin
2. Ohio State at Michigan
3. Illinois at Purdue
4. Northwestern at Indiana
5. Kansas at Iowa
6. Kansas State at Minnesota
7. Oklahoma at Colorado
8. Missouri at Nebraska
9. Baylor at TCU
10. Oregon at Washington
11. North Carolina at Tennessee
12. LSU at Mississippi
13. Alabama at Mississippi State
14. Georgia Tech at Duke
15. Kentucky at Florida State
16. Auburn at Florida
17. Notre Dame vs. Navy
18. Cornellat Columbia
19. Penn at Harvard
20. Pittsburgh at Syracuse
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