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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 12, 1971

PRE-CH RISTMAS
GIFT BOOK SALE
Includes Publisher's Remainders, Reprints,
Close Outs and Special Imports
~~OLLETTrs
State St. at N. University-Open Sat. Afternoons 'til Christmas

MOTHERS RISING

More eating surprises for the winter holiday

9

Russian Tea Cakes
N IGHT EDITOR Mark Dillen's
mother sent us this yummy
sounding recipe for Christmas
cookies from Detroit, surprising
Mark. "I wonder why she never
makes them," he mused. Ms. Bar-
bara Dillen agrees that "there
must be equality for women in em-
ployment opportunities. "I'm tir-
ed," she said, "of working for male
chauvinist bosses."~
1 c. butter or margarine; 1/3 c.

sifted confectioner's sugar; 1
tsp, vanilla; 2x/ c. sifted flour;
1/ tsp. salt; 3/ c. finely chopped
walnuts.
Work butter until creamy. Add
sugar and vanilla and beat until
fluffy. Add flour and salt; mix to
a smooth dough, Stir in nuts. Cov-
er and chill several hours.
Break off bits of dough and
shape into 1 inch balls. Place on
cookie sheets, and bake 15-18 min-
utes at 350 degrees. While, still
warm, roll in confectioner's sugar,
When cool, roll again in sugar.

Holiday ;Marble
Cupcaikes
S PORTS NIGHT, EDITOR B i 11
Alterman's mother sent us this
recipe because Bill liked these cup-
cakes so much when she sent him
some in October. Toby Alterman,
of Silver Spring, a precinct chair-
man in Montgomery County, ap-

pears to favor the women's move-
ment.
Holiday Marble Cupcakes
MIX A: 8 oz. cream cheese; 1
beaten egg, 13 c. sugar; 1/g tsp.
salt and 6 oz. package chocolate
chips.
MIX B: 1%/2 s. flour; 1 c. sugar;
1i c cocoa; 1/2 tsp. salt.
MIX C: 1 e. water; 1f.3c. oil; 1
tsp, vinegar
Combine all ingredients in Mix
A, except chocolate chips. Beat

well, then add chips and set aside, mother thinks "Women's Libera-
Sift together Mix B into large} tion is fine in moderation.'' But,
bowl. One at a time, add Mix C Ms. Dreeben adds, "when people
ingredients to dry mix. Beat after start harping on little things they
each addition get to sound strange." This is a
Line small muffin tins with pa- foolproof modern form of a tradi-
fullp with nrFl chocolate c mixe (B and ot2C) I tional Jewish dish, the delicious-
This takes about 1 Tb. to each ness of which far exceeds the time
liner. Then drop 1 tsp. of Mix A and effort involved in making it.
on top of each. 1 lb. cooked wide noodles; /-
To use with large (regular cup-
cake size) tins, use 2 Tb. choco- lb. butter or margarine; 1 lb.
late mixture and 1& tsp. Mix A. cottage cheese; 1 pint sour
Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees, cream; 2 eggs; IhA c. sugar; 1

r

Make it a

MICHIGAN CHRISTMAS

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-JACKETS-

SHOP
Monday & Friday
Tit 8:30

15

FASHIONS FOR
AND

Noodle Pudding.
(Ku gel)
TPHIS RECIPE was sent in by
Eleanor Dreeben of Princeton,
New Jersey. Copy Editor Linda's

tsp. cinammon.
Butter large bowl or a casserole
dish. Mix all ingredients together,
sprinkling cinammon on top. Baku~
covered for 11 hours at about
350 degrees. Voila!

STYLES

To Choose from
$950 to $2895
scarves-hats-mittens
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BLANKETS
$9.95 and up

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T-S HI RTS
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COATS
SLACKS
SHIRTS.

.TO SIZE 56

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SIZE
SIZE

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60
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38" Sleeve
TO SIZE F

Walnut Bookends with

Michigan Seal

.$5.95

Bronze Bookends with Michigan Seal $17.95-i18.95
Ceramic Ash Trays with Bronze Seal . .$6.95-1 0.95
1 8 different styles of Sweatshirts.....$2.98
Children's Sweatshirts .............. $2.49-4.95
Children's T-shirts, sizes 1-16......... $2.69-4.95
Michigan Baby Booties ................ $2.49
Michigan Playing Cards ............ $1 .75-2.75
Michigan Baby Bibs.... ...........89c-$1 .25
jMichigan Pennants and Banners .... .$1.25 and up
Stuffed Animals ...........$1 .98 and up
IMicto155

PAJAMAS .
UNDER-
WEAR..
SOX ...
BELTS ..

TO SIZE
TO SIZE
TO SIZE

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16
60

$7 47 per, dy

AND 12c A MILE

* SWEATERS TO SIZE 5X

A 'PERSONAL GIFT
The monogramnmed
: CIRCLE PIN
is a campus tradition
many sizes and finishes to
..'~". /choose from
~ .~ f STERLING or GOLD FILLED .
".No charge for engraving
_ :.from $3.75 to $8.00 0
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for beautiful jewelry
OSTOP IN AND BROWSE

We offer precision tailoring for the man-sized
man who is aware of fashion... who demands
fit and comfort with a flair.
STOUTS * PORTLYS * EXTRA LONGS
BankAmericard, Master Charge, Diners Club, American Express.

From Thursday 6:00 P.M. to Monday Noon
Holidays all year round count for more when you
can rent a shiny new Ford or other fine car. Check
with Hertz when you want -to get away on holidays.
The low rate includes insurance. You just pay for
your gas.

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