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Page 11 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 15, 1986

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thrill, catching a touchdown
pass."
HARBAUGH'S best crowd-
quieter came with less than three
minutes left on a third-and-six
situation on the Michigan 22-yard
line. Michigan was holding a 24-
23 lead and Notre Dame had all
the momentum. The coaches
Balled for an up-pattern pass to
John Kolesar.
Cornerback Mary Spence,
thinking Michigan would go
ahort for the first down, creeped up
Within six yards of Kolesar.
liarbaugh and Kolesar both saw
This and made a check, changing
'he play to an out-pattern. It
worked.
Kolesar, with his 4.4 speed,
'outran Spence and caught a 38-
,ard bomb to Notre Dame's 40-
hard line. The Wolverines
aioved 11 more yards on the next
:hree plays, but then the offense
fade its first major mistake.
HARBAUGH gave Bob
Ferryman a bad handoff and the
:all came loose, falling into Wes
OPitchett's hands at the 26.
.m "I have to take responsibility
for that," Harbaugh said. "I must
;of handed it off to him too high into
-is pads, because he never had a
mood hold of it. I felt really bad
-about it when I was watching on
the sidelines. It could have lost the
game for us."
Indeed, it could have lost the
game.
QUARTERBACK Steve
Beuerlein, a goat under Faust, but
a hero under Holtz, led the Irish
down to the Michigan 29 in three
plays. Then the Wolverine
defense held. They stopped Notre
Dame at the 28.
With 17 seconds left, Carney
teed up. He had hit 15 of 16 from
that range in his career. Then
again, he had hit 46 of 49 extra
points, but missed one earlier.
With everyone's eyes fixed on
him, Carney shanked the ball off
to the left. Nobody touched it. It
wasn't even close. Michigan fans
invaded the south endzone and
celebrated while the rest of Notre
Dame Stadium went silent.
IT WAS Schembechler's

Id goal
win
revenge for 1980, when Notre
Dame's Harry Oliver hit a 51-
yard field goal with no time left to
win 29-27.
"I knew he would miss it,"
Schembechler said. "It was my
turn."
"I just thank God that we
worked hard this summer,"
Harbaugh said. "I think good
luck is a by-product of hard work.
I was just glad somebody up there
was smiling down on us."
The by-product of this win may
be a good season for the
Wolverines, but the first task will
be to correct blaring weaknesses,
especially in the defense, which
failed to make the Irish punt.
"Making corrections is a lot
more fun after a win,"
Schembechler said.
And yes, corrections will be
made.

IRISH CATCH 'M' OFF GUARD

Blue defense looks offensive

By BARB McQUADE
special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND - Cap Weinberger would
not have been pleased.
The Michigan defense, the nation's most
efficient in 1985, was picked apart by Notre
Dame's offense Saturday in the Wolverines'
24-23 victory over the Fightin' Irish.
NOTRE DAME punter Dan Sorensen could
have spent the afternoon at the chapel for all
his team cared. The Irish went the entire game
without a punt. Every drive ended in a scoring
play or a turnover. "It isn't that Michigan
didn't perform as expected," said Michigan
head coach Bo Schembechler. "I think that
Notre Dame proved that they're a very good
team."
Lou Holtz's offense lined up in more
formations than the Notre Dame band. It's
strategy to keep the Wolverines guessing was
plenty effective.

"The concept of fullhouse backfield,
wishbone, multiple formations is tough to
defense if you haven't seen it," Schembechler
said. "We did not know they'd throw that
much off of (the wishbone) or run the sweep off
of it. That was pretty obvious when you saw us
defensively."
THE IRISH gained 197 yards on the ground
and 263 yards passing for a 6.3-yard average.
Last year, Michigan allowed 253.6 total yards
a game, a 4.0 average. It gave up a total of just
98 points in its 12 games in 1985.
Holtz admitted his team's success at
moving the ball Saturday came as a surprise.
"Michigan is too good on defense," he said.
"I thought it would be a very defense-minded
game."
BUT HOLTZ'S mind was on offense, and
he tossed in everything he could think of.

"He did a great job with their offense. They
mixed it up great," said Wolverine linebacker
Andy Moeller. "But we didn't play well. We
did not play like a Michigan defense."
Notre Dame tailback Mark Green agreed.
"I felt the offensive line really controlled
Michigan's line," he said. "The guys just did
a great job up front."
THE WOLVERINE defense had some solid
individual performers - namely linebackers
Moeller and Todd Schulte and tackle Mark
Messner. The unit as a whole, however, has
plenty of room for improvement.
But the outcome of the game had
Schembechler too relieved to be overly
concerned.
"It's a lot easier and it's a lot more fun to
correct mistakes when you win."

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The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshop and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to all Uni-
versity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student As-
sembly. Items must be submitted in writing
by 5p.m. the Tuesday before publication.
Address all information to: University
Record, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) de-
notes events to which admission is charged.
MONDAY
September 15
*Hlth Svc-Prog, "Say No To Nicotine," noon, 3rd Fl
Conf Rm. For info, call 763-1320.
Near Eastern & N Aft Stds-Brown bag lec, G Spiro,
"Israel's Iron-Fist Policy," noon, Lane Hall Commons
Rm.
Stds In Religion-Lec, G Gutierrez, "Reflections on
Liberation Theology," 8-10 pm, MLB 3. For info, call
764-4475.
Women's Athletics-Tennis, vs Grand Rapids Jr Coll, 3
pm, Track & Tennis Bldg.
UAC-Mass mtg for Comedy Co, 8:30 pm, Mich Union
Ballrm. For info, call 763-1107, 996-1652.'
Ethics & Rel, New Jewish Agenda, etc-Brown
bag, G Spiro, noon, Near East Stds Ct, *Lee, "Isra-
Palestinian Peace Movement: Confronting the Israeli
Policy in the Occupied Territories," 7:30 pm, Rackham
E Conf Rm, 4th Fl.
B'nai B'rlth Hillel Fdn; -Mass met, Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry, 7:15 pm, Mich Union. For info, call
663-3336.
Chem-Inorganic thesis colloq, J Real, "Niobium &
Tentalum Carbonyl & Alkyne Complexes," 4 pm, 1200
Chem.
FSACC-Mass mtg, 8 pm, Rackham Amph. For info,
call 764-7029.
Minority Stdt Svcs-Mass mtg, Stdt Alumni Council,
7 pm, Alumni Ctr.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops, "Introduction to
Microcomputers," 10:30 am-12:30 pm; "Basic Concepts
of Word Processing," 3-5 pm, 4003 Sch Ed. For info,
call 747-2424.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 7
pm, CCRB Martial Arts Rm. For info, call 665-7399.
TUESDAY
September 16
*AAFC-The Tin Drum, 7 & 9:30 pm, MLB 3.
*Cinema Guild-Blow-up, 7 & 9 pm, Aud A, Angell.

*HRD-Aerobics classes begin, 5:15 pm, HRD Ctr, 1111
Kipke Dr. For info, call764-7410.
Chicano Psych Assoc, Psych-Hispanic Stdt Org
reunion, speaker, refreshments, M Ramirez,
"Contributions of Latino Students to the Development
of a Multi-Cultural University Environment," 7:30 pm,
Kuenzel Rm, Mich Union.
Minority Stdt Svcs-Mass mtg, Student Alumni
Council, 7 pm, Alumni Ctr, Scholarship mtg, 6-7:30
pm, 1017 Dow.
Minority Engr Prog Ofc-8 pm, 121 Eng Stdt Serv
Bldg.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops: "Microsoft Word
for IBM-Compatible Microcomputers, Pt I," 1-5 pm,
3001 Sch Ed. For info, call 747-2424.
SAAD-Mass mtg, PARADE (People Acting to Reduce
the Abuse of Alcohol & Drugs thm Education), 6:45
pm, Mich Union Anderson Rm. For info, call 747-
7509.
WEDNESDAY
September 17
*AAFC-The Miracle (L'amore), 7 pm; The Devils, 8:30
pm, Nat Sci Aud.
Publ Svc Intern Prog-Mass mtg, 6 pm, Rackham
Aud.
Info Tech Div-Computing Resources on Campus, 3-5
pm, followed by disc, open house, refreshments,
Rackham Amphitheater, 4th Fl.
*Cinema Guild-The Killers, 7 pm; Nightfall, 9 pm,
MLB 3.,
Sch Art-Video, Interviews w/ Al Held & Bruce Marden,
"Geometric Abstraction," 5:30 pm, 2216-19 Sch Art.
For info, call 764-0397.
Dissertation Support Grp-Mtg, 8:30-10 am,.3100
Mich Union. For info, call 764-8312.
U-M-DBN--Concert, Flavio Varani, 8 pm, Music Rm, H
Ford Estate-Fair Lane. For info, call 593-5183, 593-
5087.
Sch Ed-Res colloq series, "Schooling & Intellectual
Development," L Laosa, "Psychosocial Stress &
Immigrant Children: Coping & Adaptation in School,"
4 pm, Tribute Rm, Ed Bldg.
Ind & Oper Engr-Sem, M Partovi & P Vardhana,
"Design & Prototyping of a Transmission System
Maintenance Decision Support System 9MDSS)," 4
pm, 241 IE Bldg.
FACHRES-CA-Org mtg/speaker, I Paige, "Nicaragua in
the Summer of the 100 Million," noon, Guild Hse, 802
Monroe. For info, call Alan Wald, 764-6351.
ISR-Symposium, "The Feminization of Poverty: Only an
American Problem? Contrasting the US & the Federal
Republic of Germany," 7 pm, Large Cong Rm 6050,
ISR.
Ethopian Jewry Educ Action Comm-Mass mtg, 7
pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. For info, call 663-3336.
Chem-Analytical sem, L McCaig, "Analytical

Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops: "MS-DOS Basic
Skills," 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 3001 Sch Ed; "Basic
Concepts of Data Management," 4003 Sch Ed. For info,
call747-2424.
Mich Gay Union-Mtg, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe. For info, call 763-4186.
Minority Org of Rackham-Mtg, 5:30 pm, 172
Rackham.
Research Club-Council mtg, 7 pm, Rackham W
Alcove, 4th Fl; Speakers, H Stevenson, "Mathematics
Achievements of Children in Chinese, Japanese &
American Classrooms," & E Maurer, "Images ofDream
& Desire: The Prints & Collage Novels of Max Ernst,"
8 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
Russian & E Europ Stds-Brown bag lec, M Berbaum
"Yugoslav Identity & Regime Support," noon, Lane
Hall Commons Rm.
Statistics-Srm, B Hill, "Bayesian Nonparametric
Survival Analysis," 4 pm, 451 Mason.
Prog in Human Values in Med-Lec, C Cohen, "Sex,
Birth Control and Human Life," noon, So Lec Hall; Med
Sci II. For info, call 936-1497.
Tae KwonDo -Club-See Sept. 15.
Student Woodshop-Safety class, Session I, 3-5 pm,.
SAB. For info, call763-4025.
THURSDAY
September 18
*Cinema Guild-Woman in the Dunes, 7 & 9 pm, Aud
A, Angell.
Sch Art-Lec, C. Dwyer, "Modernism & Post-
Modernism," 7 pm, Art & Arch Aud. For info, call764-
0397.
Engi-Visiting Writers Series, A Redmon, fiction reading,
5 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
Regents-Mtg, 1 pm, Fleming.
*U-M-F-Film, Crossover Dreams, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva
(stds free).
Grad Christian Fellowship-Speaker/mtg, T Trevethan, 7
pm, Mich League
Rm D.
B'nai B'rith Hillel F dn-Mass mtg, Hill Street
Players, 7 pm, Mich Union. For info, call 663-3336.
Chem-Phys chem sem, 3 Penner-Hahn, "X-Ray
Absorption Near Edge Structure," & H Griffin,
"Inference from Spectra with Low Statistics," 4 pm,
1200 Chem.
Housing Spec Prog-Film, refreshments, The Life &
Poetry of Julia De Burgos, & Alambrista, 7:30 on,
Nikki Giovanni Lounge, Markley Hall.
His House Christian Fellowship-Fellowship &
Bible study, 7:30-9 pm, 925 E Ann. For info, call 665-
0775,663-0483.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship-Mtg, speaker,
R Hunt, "The Loving God," 7 pm, 2231 Angell.
Japanese Stds-Brown; bag, E Andoh, "Kitchens of Old
Edo: Sustenance for the Samurai & Merchants," noon,
Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-W orkshops: "Intro to
Microcomputers," noon, 4003 Sch Ed; "Microsoft Word
for the Macintosh, Pt I," 3-5 pm, dBASE III Plus, Pt I,"
1-5 pm, 3001 Sch Ed. For info, call 747-2424.
*Major Events-Concert, Jimmy Cliff, 8 pm, Power
Ctr. For info, call763-TKTS.
MHRI-Vision Lunch Sem. M Kincaid, "iomplications of
Proton Beam Irradiation of Malignant Melanomas of the
Eye," 12:15-1:30 pm, 2005 MHRI.
Russian & E Europ Stds-Stdt mtg, 6:45 pm; Stdt-fac
sem, 7:30 pm, W Rosenberg, "Strike Movements in;
1917 " Lan HallComons Rm.

Christians in Action-Concert, "Wintess," 8 pm, Palmer
Field (rain date Sat, Sept 20). For info, call 994-6126,
769-4157.
Nucl Engr-Colloq, W Kerr, "What Happened at
Chernobyl," 3"30 pm, White Aud, Cooley Bldg.
Regen;ts-Mtg, 9 am, Regents Rm, Fleming Bldg.
*U-M-F-Film, see Thurs Sept 18.
*U-M-F-Fri Nite Specials, Judy Goman-Jacobs, concert,
8 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery. For info, call762-3431.
Guild House-*Lunch/speaker, J Harney, "Eye-witnes
Account of the War in El Salvador," noon, 802 Monroe.
Mus Art-Exhibit reception, refreshments, "Oriental
Screens from the Permanent Collection" and "Albert
Kahn: Architectural Studies," 7-9 pm, Mus Art.
*HRD-Workshop, "Processing Research Grant &
Contract Materials," 8:30 am-noon, HRD Ctr. 1111
Kipke Dr. For info, call 764-7410.
International Students Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm. For
ride, call 994-4669.
Japanese Stds-Film, The Makioka Sisters, 7 pm, Aud
A, Angell.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study mtg, 9
pm, Campus Chapel. For info, call747-0120.
Linguistics-Lec & disc, W Foley, "Language
Simplification in Function & Form," 4 pm, Rackham
W Conf Rm.
Native Amer Stdt/Fac Luncheon-noon, Brown Jug
Mtg Rmn.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops: "Microsoft Word
for IBM-Compatible Microcomputers: Version 3:0,"
8:30 am-12:30 pm, "Learning to Use the Macintosh," 9
am-noon, "Spreadsheeting with Excel on the Macintosh,
Pt. I," 1-3 pm, 4003 Sch Ed. For info, call 747-2424.
*Major Eveqts-Concert, Lou Rawls, 7:30 :pm, Hill.
For info, call 763-TKTS.
Nat Res-Alumni Reunion, lec, H Eidsvik "Working in a
Changing World," 2 pm, 1046 Dana.
Russian & E Eur'op Stds-Party, 4:30-7:30 pm, Lane
Hall Commons Rm.
S & SE Asian Stds-Lec, W Bello, "Conflicting
Prescriptions for the Ailing Philippine Economy:
Nationalist Alternatives vs World Bank/IMF Policies,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 5
pm, CCRB small gym. For info, call 665-7399.
SATURDAY
September 20
*AAFC-Sugar Baby, 7 & 9 pm, MLB 3.
*Cinema Guild-Adam's Rib, 7 pm; Holiday, 9 pm,
MLB 4.
*Football-U-M vs Oregon State, 1 pm, Mich Stadium.
Sailing Club-Boat school, 9 am, Baseline Lake.
Student Woodshop-Safety class, Session I, 9-11 am,
SAB. For info, call763-4025.
SUNDAY
September 21
* B'nal B'rith Hillel Fdn, Common
Ground-Traveling Jewish Theater, "Berlin, Jerusalem
& the Moon," 8 pm, Mendelssohn.
*Cinema Guild-Marium, 7 pm; Gervaise, 9:20 pm, Nat
Sci Aud.
Free S Afr Comm-Film, Witn;ess to Apartheid: Winne
& Nelson Mandela, 7:30 pm, Aud A, Angell.
His House Christian 'Fellowship-Dinner &
Fellowship mtg, 6-8 pm, 925 E Ann. For info, call
665-0775,663-0483.
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