Page 10-Thursday, April 3, 1980-The Michigan Daily
The AnnArbor Film Ceeperive Presents at Aud. A: $1.50
THURSDAY. APRIL 3 TRUFFAUT FEST
F Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me
(Francois Truffaut, 1973) 8:00 AUD. A
A young sociology professor studying female criminality in the case of
Bernadette Lafont, imprisoned for taking revenge on her lover, gets too close
to his "text." The more material he finds, the more "liberated" his object of
stud becomes and we are left puzzling "Who is the victim?" Truffaut's
spirited comedy offers a new twist on his preoccupation with society's victims
and a refreshing lesson for all budding scholars. "A sheer delight, with gem-
like performances, flowing good humor, a new pacing, a delicious touch of
the gcudy and a sort of rowdy raucousness. . "-Judith Crist. New York.
BERNADETTE LAFONT, CLAUDE BRASSEUR, CHARLES DENNER, French with
subtitls. ofsThe Story of AdeleH
(Francois Truffaut, 1975) 9:40 AUD A
One of Truffaut's most hauntingly beautiful films. Based on the true story of
Adele Hugo, daughter of famous writer Victor Hugo, it concerns her unre-
quited love for a British lieutenant. Starring ISABELLE ADJANI. "It is Truffaut's
most passionate work. . . Adele is a riveting, great character."-Pauline Koel.
French with subtitles. 35 mm.
Tomorrow: Preston Sturges' MAD WEDNESDAY (The Sin of Harold Diddle-
block) and Laurel and Hardy in BEAU HUNKS at MLB.
PACIOREK CRACKS 2 HR'S IN SWEEP:
Michigan nine rolls over Falcons
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Sophomore rightfielder Jim Paciorek
put on a power display yesterday at
Fisher Stadium as the Michigan nine
steamrolled Bowling Green in both
ends of a doubleheader, 5-0 and 11-0.
The burly ex-gridder blasted a
homerun and double in the first game,
and another roundtripper in the night
cap to pace the Wolverine onslaught
withe seven RBI's.
Paciorek, who opted out of the
Michigan football program to devote all
his energy to baseball, put the
Wolverines on top in the first inning of
the opener with a two-run blast over the
375-foot mark in left-centerfield. His
three-run blast in the third inning of the
second game pushed the rout of the
Falcons into high gear.
Michigan coach Bud Middaugh was
visibly pleased when evaluating his
team's performance, although
characteristically cautious. "It's a lot
more fun when things go like this. We
executed well offensively and
defensively and our pitching was
good-always around the plate. But, we
still have a long way to go."
The pitching was indeed worthy of
praise, as the two winning pitchers,
Scott Dawson and Scot-Elam, both big'
freshman righthanders, put together
back to back shutouts. Dawson hurled a.
complete game, surrendering only four
Falcon singles and allowing only one
runner to reach second base. Elam, '
although a bit wild (six walks), pushed
his blistering fastball past Bowling
Green for 5% innings, striking out six
and giving up only one hit.
The first game was a relatively quiet
prelude to the second game fireworks
as Michigan notched two runs in, the
first and another pair in the fourth.
With two out in the first shortstop
George Foussaines walked and trotted
home when Paciorek launched a P.D.
Elber forkball out of Fisher Stadium. In
the fourth, catcher Gerry Hool lined a
single to leftfield and Fred Erdmann
walked. Elber, the Falcon's losing
pitcher, then took a Garry Gawrych
bullet back to the mound and threw it
into centerfield, scoring Tony Evans
who had replaced Hool at second.
Middaugh's frequent willingness to
send his "not all that speedy" runners
brought home the next run as Chris
Shea (running for Erdmann) scooted
hom on a Tim Miller ground out to
short. Because the runner on first broke
on the pitch, the Falcons were denied
the possible double play. Paciorek
doubled home the Wolverines final run
in the fifth with a viscous liner just
inside the third base line.
In the nightcap Michigan once again
jumped out to a 2-0 first inning lead.
Centerfielder Greg Schulte led off with a
base on balls and Erdmann followed with
a textbook bunt single down the third
base line. Once again the Falcon hurler
proved to be his own worst enemy.
Starter and loser Doug Groth took
Paciorek's ground ball and, again,
threw it into centerfield, scoring
Schulte all the way from second base.
Michigan erupted for four runs in the
third as the drubbing continued.
Paciorek followed a walk to pinchhitter
Chuck Wagner and Foussaine's first of
two singles with a homerun deep to left-
centerfield. A Hool walk and a sweet
hit-and-run single by sophomore
catcher John Young set up Groth's next
costly miscue; this one an errant pick-
off attmept that went past first and
brought home Hool.
The Michigan half of the fourth inning
saw the entrance of a new Falcon
pitcher, but a continuation of the same
story line. Righthander Myles Shoda
served up a walk to Jeff Jacobson, a
long triple to Schulte,. another alk to
Erdmann, and a hit-and-run single to
Foussaines, all good for two runs.
Shoda's first out was also Paciorek's
seventh RBI of the day as the 6-3, 200-
pounder drove home Erdmann with a
ground out to short.
First baseman Tim Miller stacked on
the final two tallies with a healthy swat
well over the right-centerfield wall in
the fifth-Michigan's third homerun of
The Blue nine's doubleheader
blanking of the Falcons boosts their
record up north to 3-1. Oddly enough, all
four games have been shutouts. Last
Saturday the Wolverines split a twinbill
with Grand Valley, 3-0 and 0-3.
Michigan's next test is a
doubleheader Friday at Fisher Stadium
against the University of Toledo. The
first game will start at 1 p.m.
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