Sunday, September 15, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, September 15, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
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MSU CLAWS WILDCATS:
By The Associated Press
running back Archie Griffin set
an Ohio State career rushing
record Saturday to lead the na-
tionally ranked Buckeyes to a
34-19 Big Ten Conference col-
lege football victory over Min-
Griffin, who gained 133
yards on 26 carries and now
has 2,577 yards during his
OSU career, and junior quar-
terback Cornelius Greene,
sparked the Buckeyes' 499-
yard offensive performance.
Greene, who passed and ran
for 213 yards offense, scored two
touchdowns while fullbacks Pete
Johnson and "Champ" Henson
each scored once.
Minnesota struck suddenly in
the fourth quarter for 16 points
and moved to within 29-19 be-
fore Greene sealed the victory
with a 57-yard scoring run.
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EAST LANSING, Mich. -
ichigan State quarterback
Charlie Baggett fired a 57-yard
scoring pass and raced to a
toiu.hdown himself to highlight touchdowns and W i s c o n s i n
a 21-point second quarter yes- fought off a late Purdue surge
terday and spark the Spartans yesterday as the Badgers open-
to a 41-7 victory over Big Ten ed the Big Ten football season
rival Northwestern. with a 28-14 victory.
Baggett also hit two 44-yard The Badgers, scoring in each
passes, one in the second quar- period, opened a 21-0 lead be-
ter to set up his touchdown and fore the Boilermakers could get
another in the final period for on the scoreboard.
MSU's fourth tally. However, Wisconsin's oppor-
Go hers FUTURE WORLDS LECTURE SERIES
road victory since 1970 for Wis- halfback Frank Johnson late W ILL BE BACK THIS W INTER
consin. The Badgers had only a in the third quarter.
tie to show for 14 conference In the fourth quarter, Phil-
road games since then. It was lips raced 22 yards around end
also the first Wisconsin victory for a touchdown after spurting
in Purdue's Ross-Ade Stadium 15 yards earlier in the 67-yard
since 1957 when Badger coach scoring drive which required
John Jardine was a starting eight plays. yIfyOU w n to help plan the Lecture series this
guard for the Boilermakers. -
* * winter, come to our meetings-Tuesday nights in
CeAverINshoots-llinisthe U.A.C. offices, 2nd floor Michigan Union-
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Illinois il
stopped Indiana on the one-foot
line early in the game and then 763-1107.
rallied in the second half on
Jim Kopatz' passing and Chubby
Phillips' running for a 16-0 Big
Ten football opener victory yes-
terday. First Organizational M eeting-
A scoreless struggle in a *I~ ~ Ai.rg nz uo o
ragged game ended 22 secondsf
before halftime on Dan Bea- TU ES., SEPT. 17- 8:00 P.M .
ver's 41-yard field goal and
then Kopatz produced an Illini --
tnhdown on a 40-varda sto hi
Baggett's long air strikes-
he garnered 154 yards on only,
four completions -- overshad-
owed the aerial show of Wild-
cat quarterback Mitch Ander-
son, the Big Ten's leading
passer for the past two sea-
Working against an inexper-
ienced Spartan defensive sec-
ondary in the season opener for
both teams, Anderson notched 20
tunistic defense managed to
keep Purdue in check the rest
of the way, except for a light-
ning 64-yard scoring pass from
quarterback Mike Terrizzi to
former Olympic sprinter Lar-
ry Burton. Burton wound up
the game with eight receptions
for 180 yards, but was the
Boilermakers' only bright spot
It was the first conference
completions in 36 tries. But he ::: :: .. ::; .
was unable to establish a con-I
sistent passing attack afterB T
throwing for the game's first n
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
Sophomore tailback Ron Pollard
scored a pair of third period
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MICHIGAN 24, Iowa 7
Ohio State 34, Minnesota 19
Mich. State 41, Northwestern 7
Wisconsin 28, Purdue 14
Illinois 16, Indiana A
Colorado at MICHIGAN
Oregon St. at Ohio St.
Syracuse at Mich. St.
Nebraska at Wisconsin
N. Dakota at Minnesota
Miami (0) at Purdue
Arizona at Indiana
Notre Dame at Northwestern
UCLA at Iowa
Illinois at Stanford
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FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT'S 1973
SUCH A GORGEOUS KID LIKE ME
Director Francois Truffaut has always been fascinated by society's victims and vanquished,
and in Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me, a fresh, funny, zesty celebration of the screwiness of
life. Truffaut has found his ultimate nebbish.
Stanislas Previne. (Andre Dussollier) is a young sociolocv orofessor who is writinq a book
called "Criminal Women." He is Candidate with a Ph.D., a passive dolt who has learned
evervthing about life from books. With his tape recorder whirring and his naivete aorina,
Previne sets about interviewinq Camille Bliss (Bernadette Lafont), the free-spirited, free
lovin gorqeous kid who is in prison for killinq her buq-exteminator lover. In a vocabularv
any boatswain could envy, Camille spills out a life story so sordidly woeful-and self-serv-
innlv inventive-that Dickens would have wept to hear it. Previne believes her and gradually
falls for her. This, of course, inevitably dooms Previne, and he is the only one who doesn't
Se it comina.
Truffaut's satirical shafts aimed at deep thinkers neatly skewer the taroet. Previne is so
thorouahly Freudianized that he accents Camille's fondness for the banio as "sublimated
oenis envy." Her nvmphomania reveals "emotional insecurity," an observation that draws a
testy "I know emotionally insecure alley cats" from her iealous assistant (played by Anne
Kre's. who like Dussollie.r is making her film debut.)
Truffauts art mocks life-and even mocks himself. The, author of the auteur theory, which
credits the director as the solo creator of a film, he iabs auteur filmmakers in one seauence
when a precocious brat-who looks remarkably like the vouna Truffaut-refuses to show a
movie provina Camille's innocence until the film is properly edited. Another sequence with
Previne and Camille gazinq soulfully at each other as they say boodbye, underscored by
Georges Delerue's lush music, gently satirizes all those prison farewell scenes in Hollywood's
"Bic House" epics of the 1940's. And Truffaut takes a page. from Harold Robbins's novel
"The Betsy" in a scene in which Camille and a pop singer fornicate as a record plays the
sound track of the Indianapolis 500.
The film derives from Henry Farrell's trashy novel (He also wrote "Whatever Happened to
Baby Jane?"), and the wonder is that Truffaut has managed to turn it into such an ebullient
and entertaining movie. Jean-Loup Dabadie and Truffaut collaborated on the screenplay,
transferring the story from Southern California to France and energizing is alona the way.
One reason it is such a qorqeous movie is that Bernadette Lafont, who made her debut fifteen
years ago in Truffaut's short "Les Mistons," is such a gorgeous actress. Her eyes dilated in
a childish innocence, her lush body curving out of her prison denims, Lafont's Camille Bliss
is Truffaut's most deliciously spirited heroine since Jeanne Moreau's Catherine in JULES
AND JIM. And while Such a Gorqeous Kid Like Me doesn't achieve the artistry of that film,
it demonstrates nonetheless that Francois Truffaut is one of the most talented, lively directors
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