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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 12, 1971

No. S4145M-17,1 instant
* bilingual English-Spanish
,~ calendar, concealed crown,
"s% luminous, adjustable1
~SEIKO'S
SBI-LINGUAL
SWATCH:,
NATIONAL \
STRAVELER.
Seiko has a watch for the as much as 229 feet, ana
man who has an urge to other features custom tai-
travel. It's bi-lingual .with an Cored to his desires.
instant day-instant date It's produced by automa-
change English/Spanish tion on a micro assembly £
Scalendar. rSo when he gets tine, by Seiko, the world's I
Sto'that place in the sun, his largest manufacturer of

A CHRISTMAS EVE VISIT
Stranger in a strange land
By CHRIS PARKS multi-colored lights of the fami- ened living room and the dog, sat
Last Christmas eve was the ly tree. in the corner, quietly watching.
kind my mother always considered Outside, a peace symbol con- In the kitchen, we sat and
ideal for generating the proper structed with Christmas tree lights talked, or rather he talked and
Christmas spirit. Characteristic of lent a soft blue cast to the drifted we listened. We had nothing to
these latitudes, it was, as yet, sofe snow. say to him and he had a long
winter. Cold, to be sure, but with- Half entranced by the hour and story he had to tell.
out winter's biting edge. my own mood, I was startled by He told us he had fought in
The angry February blizzards the sudden evidence of a late Vietnam. He talked about things
had not yet begun sweeping down night intrusion. The light was on he had seen done: torturing pris-
the lake. It was the time of year in another room, and a cold blast oners, burning crops and villages.
when you could still enjoy walk- of air came from its door. He stopped at intervals to ex-
ing in a snow storm. As I walked in, I noticed that plain things, afraid we didn't un-
It was three in the morning and my father was speaking to a derstand their horrible implica-
I was the last one up attending young man standing in the door- tions. "Those crops," he said, that
to final Christmas details by the way. The invader, clad in green was their food, their only food."
fatigue jacket and tattered blue sAs he sat talking he chain
jeans, spoke haltingly as if em-
barrassed by his sudden intru- some relief from a pervasive
ArtstiC beauty sion. agony. In has face was guilt, a
mortal pain deeper than any I
and "I saw the peace sign," he said. had ever perceived.
acoustical excellence "I figured you must be good peo- Even in coming home, he had
ple. I-I need someone to talk to." been unable to leave the war be-
have made He stood alone in the door- hind. He was attending college on
the most way, alienated, unsettled, unsure. a GI loan. He called it his re-
renowned ee h it was co , shewas ward from the government for
tired, and it was Christmas eve, killing and burning. It was "blood
We passedithrough th e ds'rk-.

of

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-Daily-Robert Wargo

MOTHERS RISING
Great Christmas confections

watch carries on the mood. quality jeweled leverpu 4 HIFIDELITY ---oney"-to m.
watch
His parents, he explained, 1. pi din covered steamer. Any pan in whic
Let him pick any one of watches. Soyou pay only for LOUDSPEAKERS wre ableto , understandted z ek s ea rl fo d away
Seiko's great' bi-imgual the timepiece, not the time way he felt. It was a war after from the bottom, may be used,
watches. All have automatic ittookto makeit. HEAR THEM at the all, they had said. He had done FROM SAGINAW, Michigan
self wind, water resistance to SEIKO - his part, served his country. He comes this traditional holi Plum Puddin
Horest fires burn should be glad he was OK and day favorite, sent to us by Marjor-
CAM PUS JEW ELERS of Ann Arbor more than trees se g tha the gcornnt ws mother "would not like to be liber-
CAMPUW.JWASHINGTON him we understood and of course ated from the good things in her2
719 N. UNIVERSITY 121 W. WASHINGTON we didn't. We couldn't possible se~being a wife and mother,fe' int shpped cre. 3T
668-7942 *udrtn.W ol nycr.I since she does not feel "unequal,,/ pint whiped cream; 3 Tb
RRT understand. We could only care. It une ualpnc fat
§6________________________________ seemed rather little. at home or at work teaching. But,
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _- - - - - - --__ _ _ _ __ _- -s e e
An hour or more passed and Ms. Storey thinks women who Beat egg whites until stiff and
$'abruptlyuas he had come, our work deserve "tax deductions for yolks until thick and lemon color-
Christmas intruder got up and the household help that is neces- ed. To yolks add rum, then fold in-
announced his departure. sary for good operation of a home" to whites. Gradually add suga
"I've talked too long now. I calling this expense as necessary and salt and then fold in whipped
guess I already spoiled your as "a business man's allowable de- cream. You must follow this se-
Christmas. I have no right.. , ductions for entertaining, etc." quence of ingredients, else the rum
He was moving toward the door. 1% c. sifted flour; tsp. soda; will separate from the egg mixtured
The dog was still in his corner, 1 tsp. salt; 1 tsp. cinammon; 1 c. The sauce should be smooth an
a silent observer. brown sugar (can be white, puffy when you finish. Good luck!
S p,1 p N $ o M;< The young man whose name we I/ brown) ; r/2e seedless raisins,
COR - never learned, then opened the cut finely; 1/.2iro, u fn- S dFg
0-door and trudged off into the ly; & c. ground suet; c. wal- elB otI
night, a wisp of soft December nuts; /c. fruit juice (from can- FROM THE Pontiac, Michigan
snow swirling around his head. tined pears or peaches or pineap- home of Arts Editor Anita
pe).rCronecomes this second recipe
UARGS ; Mix together dry ingredients, for nut bread. We thought it
Gthen add raisins and citron. Blend would be nice to have an alterna-
N OR4pRE9in suet; add walnuts and fruit tive and also, we liked what Ms.
SEE AN OF ST Th e DAN C) N G SH IVA Creates juice. Crone had to say, to wit: "If I
FO.HUNDREDS OF hadn't been a woman, I wouldn't
FNEVERY NEON A W ORLD of GI(FTS at mold and steam for 3 hours in hnaeehd the rooruniy tro e
does support the woman's move-
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ESKIMO XMAS CARDS MEpo WEAR , wder; 2 eggs; whole blanched
118 E Wash tn almonds.
ESKMO CALENDARS-. non
Mix first 6 ingredients, add
INDIAN BELLS Ceggs, then refrigerate several
-* 'N'v P-' Co4 hours. Shape into about 8 ,Rnger-
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Put almonds in a row down the
SCENTED CANDLES 4 center, (the long way), covering
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Sgreasd cook e seaod t 15
ChambrayU7 minutes, until set, and bake at
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1 Greek Twists
PAUL TRAVIS' mother, Kath-
erine, who is not Greek, sub-
mitted this recipe, which accord-
ing to Paul, she probably "learned
from my grandmother. She's not
Greek either." Ms. Travis, of De-
troit, is "all for" the woman's
movement. "It's about time," she
told us.
1 lb. margarine; Y lb. unsalted
(sweet) butter; 1 -2 cup sugar,
"to taste; juice (about 3/ e.) and
rind (grated) of 1 orange; 6 Tb.
coffee cream; 2 eggs; 1 egg yolk;
2 tsp. baking powder; I tsp. bak-
ing soda; about 4 lbs. cake flour. 10
Add soda to juice and let sit.
tream shortening and sugar; add
juice. Then add, in sequence, rest
of ingredients except flour. Stir in
enough sifted flour to make a
smooth dough that comes away
from the sides of the bowl-Ms.
Travis recommends you use your f
hands for this.
Pinch out small portions and
roll pencil thin; fold in half and
twist. Glaze with egg white and
walnuts, or leave plain, then cover
t with powdered sugar. Bake until
light brown, about 20 minutes, at
350 degrees. 1
Killer Rum Punch
THISRECIPE was formulated
and tested by several residents
of South Quad's Hunt House in
1970. The ingredients can vary
with the occasion as long as you
abide by the general cocept. This
punch is absolutely a whafh bang
affair. If you fear that sedately
dull guests will ruin your next
party, serve this punch. It's a real
sockeroo.
2 quarts rum; 3-4 bottles semi-
dry or even dry white wine; ice;
Vernor's or any ginger ale (op-
tional); 2 boxes raisins; 2 pine
apples; 3 lemons; about 3 lbs.
apples; 4 oranges; peaches, if in
season.
!Cut up fruit into very small
pieces. Soak in rum about 36
hours. (or even longer - the long-
er the better within reason). When
ready to serve, add wine and ice
and optinal soda mixers. Serve
with spoons. Bye bye! (Note: this
also makes a spirited Fruit Salad,
if you just add a little bit of gin-
ger ale to the rum-soaked fruit.)
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