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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 24, 1985
'M' NINE NOW AT 33-6

Batsmen
Special to the Daily
CLEVELAND, Oh. - A beautiful
spring day in Cleveland has been the
recipient of many a comedian's joke. But
there was nothing to laugh about
yesterday as the Wolverines clipped
Cleveland State in a twinbill, 8-2 and 8-
0.
In the opener, Casey Close went the
distance to up his record to p-1, scat-

capture
tering nine hits while striking out four
and allowing no free passes. Third1
baseman Matt Siuda provided three ofl
Michigan's sixteen hits with a double
and two singles. The second baseman -
C. J. Beshke tallied four runs and
knocked in three while outfielder Jeff
Minnick slammed his fifth homerun in
as many games.
THE NIGHTCAP provided still more

_
twinbill
solid mound work. Mike Ignasiak im-
proved his record to 4-1 with a com-
plete-game shutout. Ignasiak tossed his
second shutout by striking out seven
and walking only one.
Casey Close, after giving a clinic in
pitching in the opener, also gave one in
hitting in the nightcap with his ninth
round-tripper of the season. He leads
the club in that department.
Barry Larkin temporarily took the all
time 'M' lead in stolen bases. His third
inning swipe of second base gave him
40, one more than teammate Mike Wat-
ters. Larkin also collected two RBI's on
two hits, one his seventh homerun of the
season.
The sweep of the doubleheader was
the eighth straight sweep for the team.
The wins also extended the team's win
streak to six games. A chance to build
on both marks will come tomorrow
when the team takes on Sienna Heights
in another doubleheader.
SCORES
Baseball
Royals 7, Blue Jays 6
Cubs 5, Pirates 0
Giants 2, Dodgers 1I
Expos 5, Phillies 4, (10 innings)

Close and Ignasiak
... combine for 11 strikeouts

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Junior outfielder Chris Gust drives for home during a game with Grand Valley earlier in the season.

IM awards
given out

s -° . *-.

From staff reports
They don't play on scholarships or en-
joy the roar of the crowd, but
Michigan's intramural athletes are
champions in their own right. Last
night the 1985 stand outs were crowned
at the IM building.
Phi Delta Theta captured honors as
top team for the second time in three
years and IM Awesome took the title in
the Independent division. Bruce Kay, a
third-year law student, copped the Earl
Riskey All-Around Male Athlete Award
while the Marie "Pete" Hartwig Award
for best all-around female athlete was
given to Mickey Quinn.
Other award winners were:
Manager of the Year
Independent - Ed Whitfield
Fraternity - Steve Glass & John Goldman
G/F/S - Brad Fowler
Residence Hall - Tony Primak
Co-Rec - Paul Chiu
women's - Barb McQuade
Divisional Athlete of the Year
Residence Hall -Ted Kotsakis
Co-Rec - Amar Sarafa
Women's - Abbie Currier
Independent - Rick Keith
Fraternity - Jeff Seilkp
G/F/S - Brad Fowler
Team Championship
Women's - Rif-Raf
G/F/S -Phi Ro Lithopedians
Residence Hall - Theo's Huber
Co-Rec - Awesome
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