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THE MICHGAN DAILYaTHUI

tSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wins, 28-0

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Banks Wins MVP Award
For Second Straight Year

BOSTON oP-Ernie Banks, the
Chicago Cubs' hard-hitting in-
fielder who set a major league
fielding record for shortstops this
season, yesterday was named the
National League's Most Valuable
Player of 1959.
The 28-year-old slugger, who set.
a major league mark by commit-
ting only 12 errors in 155 games,
drew 10 of the 22 first place votes
cast by the Baseball Writers Asso-
ciation of America in the eight
National League cities. Banks was
listed in a tie for first place on
another ballot.
Banks, who won the coveted7
award last year, became the firstc
National League player to the

named to the honor in consecutive
years since the Baseball Writers
took over selection of the Most
Valuable Player in 1931.
He was named on every ballot
and drew a total of 2321/2 points.
Banks led the majors in runs
batted in with 143, finished second
to Mathews in the National League
home run race with 45 and hit
.304.
In addition, he wiped out a 17-
year-old fielding mark for short-
stops. He handled 802 chances with
only 12 errors for a .985 fielding
percentage, bettering the old mark
of .983 set by Eddie Miller of the
old Boston Braves in 1942.

National League player to be old Boston Braves in 1942.

PREPARE FOR REGATTA-Michigan's Sailing Club members are taking a weekly workout in
preparation for the Purdue Regatta to be held at Lafayette this weekend. The Michigan team has won
twice, finished second twice, and third once in the five regattas they have entered this season.
Co-ed Sailors Take First in Regatta;
Men Are Third at Indiana Invitational,

How to rate great
on campus Or date!
NORFOLK
FIELD COAT
Here's a favorite right out
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with front and back verti-
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length; common sense dic-
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Bal collar, bone buttons,
roomy flap pockets. In soft
Corduroy, about $25. In
robust Wool Tweed, about
$30. Lively new shades. At
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Michigan's women sailors over-
came two disqualifications to cap-
ture the Ohio Wesleyan Women's
Championship Regatta with a total
of 43 points last weekend at Dele-
ware, Ohio.
The Wolverine crew dominated
all races, but nipped host Ohio
Wesleyan by just three points'
after incurring the two penalties.
Meanwhile their masculine coun-
terparts were capturing a third
place in the Indiana Invitational
Regatta held at Lake Lemon lo-
cated about 15 miles from the
Bloomington campus and won by
host Indiana with 33 points.
With head skipper Otto Scherer!
unable to make the trip, the Mich-
igan four finished lower than sec-'
and for the first time this fall.
With 27 points they trailed second
place Notre Dame by only one
point. Jim King and John Clark
shared duties as skippers with
Mike Lehman and Al Champey
working crew.1
At Deleware Timmy Schneider,7
skipper, and her partner Linda<
Quiggle paced Michigan in the A
division. In the B division, Janef

Hanne skippered and Carolyn Dow
crewed.
In quest of its 3rd regatta cham-
pionship, the Michigan -team will
travel to Lafayette, Indiana this
weekend to participate in the Pur-
due Regatta on near - by Lake
Shaefer.

In the nine school meet, the
Wolverine sailors will be against
some of the stiffest midwest com-
petition as they sail against North-
western, Ohio State, Michigan
State, Ohio Wesleyan, Notre Dame,
General Motors Institute of Tech-
nology and host Purdue.

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Iowa's Treadway, Jeter
Lead Big. Ten Offense

IN :ME'

Big Ten statistics for conference
games up to and including last
Saturday's tilts show that Iowa's
quarterback Olen Treadway and
halfback Bob Jeter lead in total
offense, passing and rushing.
Treadway leads in passing with
56 completions in 96 attempts for
a .589 average. He has thrown
three TD passes,. Michigan's Stan
Noskin is tanged ninth with 19-44
completions for a .432 average. He
has thrown one TD pass. Noskin
also has the dubious honor of

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throwing the most passes Inter-
cepted-eight.
Treadway's 561 yards of passing
and running also gives him the
leadership in total offense. His
teammate Jeter leads in rushing
with 305 yards gained for an aver-
age of 6.8 -per carry.
Northwestern fullback Mike
Stock leads in scoring with 28
points.
Michigan's Darrell Harper main-
tained his punting leadership with
an average of 41 yards on 15 punts.
His teammate, end Bob Johnson,
is ranked fourth in pass receiving.
He has caught eight passes for 116
yards and no TDs.
NIL Scores
Toronto 4, New York 1

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If you haven't seen the fabulous movie that everyone has been
talking about, there is still a chance to, and possibly a free one, if
you enter this week's Grid Picks Contest.
What movie, you may ask? "Pillow Talk," starring Doris Day and
Rock Hudson, which is being held over till Saturday at the Michigan
Theatre. How can you go for nothing? Simply pick more football
games correctly this week than anyone else and you will receive two
free passes to the Michigan.
How do you enter? Just as you have been all year, by sending
in this article or a facsimile to Grid'Picks, The Michigan" Daily, 420
Maynard, Ann Arbor, or come to The Daily and fill out a blank.
Don't forget to include the Michigan score and your name, address
and telephone number with your ONE entry: The contest closes, as
usual, at midnight Friday.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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MICHIGAN at Ill. (score)
Purdue at MSU
Indiana at OSU
Minnesota at Iowa
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Georgia Tech at Notre Dame
Air Force at Missouri
Nebraska at Iowa State
Syracuse at Penn State
Princeton at Harvard

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Yale at Penn
Duke at Clemson
LSU at Tennessee
Kentucky at Vanderbilt
Arkansas at Rice
Baylor at Texas
SMU at Texas A&M
California at Oregon
West Virgina at Southern Cal.
UCLA at Stanford

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And you get a good old American
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