100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 19, 1987 - Image 13

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1987-10-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Brown bounces back in win

The Michigan Daily-Monday, October 19, 1987- Page 13
Largent, Kemp lead

(Continued from Page 1)
threw a few short ones when he
probably should have gone upfield.
It was the conservative thing to do,
but under the circumstances, I think
it was the right thing."
The victory and Brown's
turnabout were clinched on the final
play of the half. After Iowa's Rob
Houghtlin kicked a 46-yard field goal
with four seconds left, the Hawkeyes
attempted an onside kick. Michigan
recovered at the 50-yard line with
two seconds to go.
SCHEMBECHLER sent
receivers McMurtry, Kolesar and
Chris Calloway down the left side.
All three raced to the end zone.
Brown fired a pass 65 yards in the air
from his own 40 yard line, into the
arms of McMurtry.
"Fifty yards to go and they get a
touchdown," said Iowa coach Hayden
Fry. "That's just incredible. We
went into the game as the number
one pass defense in the nation. We
had a guy in perfect position and he
misjudged it."
McMurtry did not think Iowa was
in position. He wrestled the ball
from Kolesar. "I was very surprised
it was Kolesar," McMurtry said. "I
just turned around and saw it coming
and then took it away from
(Kolesar)."
The Wolverine defense took the
p game away from the Hawkeyes from
the opening kick. On each of its first
four possessions, Iowa (4-3, 1-2)
was held to three plays and a punt.
Iowa's game plan of establishing the
run failed, as the Hawkeyes ran for
minus 13 yards in the game.
"You would never believe our
defense would stop somebody with
negative yards rushing," said
Schembechler. "But we did it."
"Their defense was just super,"
said Fry. "We just couldn't move a
lick. It was like they were standing

Seahawks
PONTIAC (AP) - All-pro wide
receiver Steve Largent, who crossed
picket lines earlier in the week,
caught 15 passes for 261 yards and
three touchdowns as the Seahawks
beat the Detroit Lions, 37-14, in
the final NFL game for most of the
strike replacement players.
Quarterback Jeff Kemp, who also
beat the 1 p.m. Wednesday deadline
imposed by owners, threw four
touchdown passes against the
Lions' secondary of replacement
players.
Largent's number of catches and
yardage were both club records,
breaking marks he previously held
or shared. He left the game with
9:26 remaining in the third quarter.
Until Sunday, Kemp, a backup

over Lions
to regular quarterback Dave Krieg,
hadn't thrown a single pass this
season.
Kemp threw three touchdown
passes to Largent in the first quarter
as the Seahawks took a 21-0 lead.
Kemp finished with 20 completions
in 27 attempts for 344 yard with
one interception.
The victory gave the Seahawks a
3-2 record, 2-1 with replacement
players. The Lions, 0-2 before the
strike, now are 1-4.
The game drew 8,310 subdued
fans at the Siverdome, up from
4,919 who saw the Lions' first
game with replacement players Oct.
4 in a loss to Tampa Bay. There
were 10,550 no-shows Sunday.

Doily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Mark Messner gets past Iowa's Dave Haight on his way to sacking quarterback Chuck Hartlieb in the second
quarter of Michigan's 37-10 victory over the Hawkeyes.

ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT
APPLYING TO
GRADUATE SCHOOL AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION?
If yes, come to a meeting:
WHEN: Wed., Oct. 21,6 p.m.
WHERE: Room 1322 (Tribute Room)
School of Education Bldg.
Faculty and staff will be available to answer questions
about programs, financial aid opportunities, and
admission requirements.
If you have questions, call:
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC SERVICES
(313) 764-7563
1228 School of Education Bldg.

in the huddle hearing the plays. They
did a great job of changing up their
defenses."
The biggest changes for the
injured Michigan defense involved
personel. T.J. Osman, filling in for
middle guard Billy Harris, made four
tackles, three for losses including
two sacks. The sophomore also
broke up a pass. Keith Cooper and
Cornelius Simpson were surprise
starters at linebacker. Simpson led

the team in tackles with nine, while
Cooper added eight.
"There's a lot of guys in there
you have never heard of," said
Schembechler. "But they play hard
and they hung in there. (The new
linebackers) don't know how to play
pass drops yet, but they'll get
better."
After the running game failed,
Iowa quarterback Chuck Hartlieb
took to the air. Hartlieb, helped by

the inexperience of the Michigan
defenders, threw numerous second-
half completions for short-to-
medium yardage. Despite having
four passes dropped, Hartlieb
completed 27 of 43 passes for 362
yards.
"We felt they were going to run
the ball, but if we shut them down
they would go to the passing game,"
said Michigan defensive end John
Herrmann.

*

fir=

IVERSI
W.O.R.l

rY LIBRA
.S.H.0.P.S

y

The University Library offers workshops
on searching online databases via DIALOG
and BRS. These brokers offer access to
more than 300 databases. Databases
are available in the following broad
subject fields: business, education, life
sciences, medicine, physical and applied
sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Examples of individual databases are:
MANAGEMENT CONTENTS, ERIC
(Educational Resources Information
Center), BIOSIS (Biological Abstracts),
MEDLINE (Index Medicus), COMPENDEX
(Engineering Index), DISSERTATION
ABSTRACTS ONLINE, and ARTS AND
HUMANITIES SEARCH.
Faculty, students, and staff are invited to
enroll to learn how to do your own online
searching, and/or to understand what is
involved when library staff does an online
database search for you. Library staff
can assist you in acquiring your own BRS
and/or DIALOG account. For additional
information, contact any campus library or
send a message using the MTS message
system to ONLINESEARCH-SERVICES.
Additional courses will be announced in
the Michigan Daily.
BRS System Seminar -
This workshop is designed for novice
BRS users who have little or no previous
experience searching the databases
available on BRS. BRS Information
Technologies is a commercial company
that brokers access to bibliographic and
full-text databases.
The seminar covers basic system
commands, Boolean search techniques,
and database selection. The lecture
includes a discussion of sample search
questions and how to construct search
strategies. Online practice time is
provided.
Prerequisite: None
Dates and Times:
Sept. 29 10:30am-12:30pm
Nov. 10 9:30-11:30am
Location: Undergraduate Microcomputer
Center (fourth floor)
Instructor: James Crooks
Registration: Required, send to
University-Library-Courses using the

Basic system commands, Boolean
search techniques, and database selection
are covered. The lecture includes a
discussion of sample search questions
and how to construct search strategies.
The two-hour session also provides online
practice time.
Prerequisite: None
Dates and Times:
Oct. 6 10:30am-12:30pm
Nov. 17 9:30-11:30am
Location: Undergraduate Microcomputer
Center (fourth floor)
Instructor: James Crooks
Registration: Required, send to
University-LibraryCourses using the
MTS message system or call 936-2408.
Fee: No charge.
BRS Colleague System Seminar -
This workshop is designed for people
with existing access to BRS Colleague.
Participants learn basic system features
and Boolean search techniques, and also
receive an introduction to the MEDLINE
database.
After a short introductory lecture
participants use their own Colleague
passwords to access the system. During
the practice time, librarians are available to
provide assistance with system commands
and search strategy design.
Prerequisite: Participants should have
access to BRS/Colleague.
Dates and Times: Sessions will be
scheduled for groups of 10 or more.
Location: Alfred Taubman Medical
Library
Instructors: Librarians, Alfred Taubman
Medical Library
Registration: Required, call Barbara
Shipman to arrange classes (763-2037).
Fee: No charge.
Going Online -
The 15 minute video Going Online:
An Introduction to the World of Online
Information (published by Learned
Information, Inc.) offers a concise,
highly comprehensible overview of online
searching. It explains the online searching
process in theory and demonstrates

Prerequisite: None
Dates and Times:
Sept. 22 10:00-11:00am
Nov. 5 10:00-11:00am
Location: Harlan Hatcher Graduate
Library Classroom 806
Instructor: University Library Staff
Registration: Required, send to
University..I.LibraryCourses using the
MTS message system or call 936-2408.
Fee: No charge.
Introduction to Pro-Cite -
Preparing bibliographies for publications
or papers is often a time consuming
task. This workshop introduces Pro-Cite,
the bibliographic information management
system that allows you to create a personal
database of bibliographic citations and to
produce perfectly formatted bibliographies
automatically. Workshop participants will
have the opportunity to build a practice
database and will learn the basic principles
of storing and retrieving information
through keywords or subject headings
using the software. The workshop uses
Zenith microcomputers; a Macintosh
version of the software is also available.
Prerequisite: None
Date and Time:
Oct. 30 9:00am-noon
Location: Undergraduate Microcomputer
Center (fourth floor)
Instructor: University Library Staff
Registration: Required, send to
University-Library-Courses using the
MTS message system or call 936-2408.
Fee: No charge.
Computerized Literature Searching
Using Wilsonline -
If you have ever searched Reader's
Guide to Periodical Literature, Social
Sciences Index, General Science Index or
any other periodical index, you may want
to consider using Wilsonline, an online
information retrieval system providing
access to 15 frequently used databases.
The workshop provides an introduction to
the principles of Boolean search strategy
and to the content and commands of the
Wilsonline system. Participants will have
the onnnrtu.nit for "hands..on" searchinn

Using the Labadie Database -
The Labadie database is a subfile
of pamphlet and serial holdings of the
Labadie Collection, which is part of
the Department of Rare Books and
Special Collections, University of Michigan
Libraries. The Collection's holdings are
mainly in the areas of Social Protest and
Reform Movements, including Labor, Gay
Liberation, Feminism, Left and Right Wing
Movements, and Anarchism.
The seminar covers basic Spires
commands, used to search this MTS
database. The lecture includes a
discussion of, sample search questions
and how to construct search strategies.
Online practice time is provided.
Prerequisite: You must have an account
on MTS (CCID).
Date and Time:
Oct. 14 1:30-3:30pm
Location: Undergraduate Microcomputer
Center (fourth floor)
Instructor: James Crooks
Registration: Required, send to
UniversityA.LibraryCourses using the
MTS message system or call 936-2408.
Fee: No charge.

Women's Music Collection -
The Women's Music Collection (WMC)
is a database created by the staff of
the Music Library. WMC indexes the
musical works of 2000 women composers
publishing between 1750 and 1950. The
database includes songs, operas, and
chamber music. The seminar covers
basic SPIRES commands used to search
this MTS database. Boolean search
techniques, and database selection. 'The
lecture includes a discussion of sample
search questions and how to construct
search strategies. Online practice time is
-included.
Prerequisite: You must have an account
on MTS (CCID).
Date and Time:
Oct. 27 9:30-11:30am
Location: Undergraduate Library
Microcomputer Center (fourth floor).
Instructor: James Crooks
Registration: Required, send to
University-Library.Courses using the
MTS.message system or call 936-2408.
Fee: No charge.

Using the RLIN Database -
RLIN (Research Libraries Information
Network) allows searches in a machine-
readable database that holds the
equivalent of the University of Michigan's
own card catalog (most materials
cataloged after 1975), catalogs of other
major research libraries, and cataloging
produced by the Library of Congress.
Searches can be made by using personal
and corporate names, titles, and subject
headings.
The seminar covers basic system .
commands, Boolean search techniques,
and database selection. The lecture
includes a discussion of sample search
questions and how to construct search
strategies. Online practice time is
provided.
Prerequisite: None .
Dates and Times:
Oct. 6 10:30am-12:30pm
Nov. 5 9:30-11:30am
I.. ..i .. 1I J J .

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan