Neil Musson modelling apronSpace planning manager Neil Musson won an apron commemorating the University’s 50th anniversary in last week’s DailyNews trivia contest.

Contest winner straps on prize apron

If Neil Musson wants to man the barbecue during his retirement, he’ll be appropriately attired. The University’s space planning manager will retire at the end of the month, but not without a UWindsor apron he won in last week’s DailyNews quiz contest.

Musson’s entry was drawn from all those which correctly responded:

  1. Al Jolson sang “April Showers” bring the flowers that bloom in May;
  2. the score of Camelot featured “The Lusty Month of May;”
  3. “May I Baby” was released as the B-side of Sam & Dave’s “Soul Man;”
  4. “Maggie May” was a hit for Rod Stewart; and
  5. Moulin Rouge’s “Come What May” was ineligible for an Oscar because it was originally written for director Baz Luhrmann’s earlier film Romeo + Juliet.

The prize, a bib apron, boasts the UWindsor logo alongside the 50th anniversary wordmark.