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kednesday, March 19, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Vednesdoy, March 19, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

Frolicsome 'T rial'
ribs legal system
By SARAH POLAREK
Exactly one hundred years ago the light operetta Trial by Jury;
pened at the Soho Theatre in London, marking the firstl
eal collaboration by what was to become the famous teaml
f Gilbert and Sullivan.'
Last weekend, the University of Michigan Law School present-
d this ridiculous travesty of a Victorian breach-of-promise
ase with all the vitality, humor and talent necessary to its
ccessful performance.1
The short (less than 40 minutes) operatic miniature concerns<
e court proceedings in a suit by Angelina, the jilted bride,
gainst Edwin, who has failed to marry her and is even then#
etrothed to another. The operetta begins as the gentlemen of
e jury, the court usher, and the hoard of Angelina's brides-1
aids pace anxiously, awaiting the judgment.
The music in Trial by Jury is continuous and there is no
poken dialogue - a device never to be repeated in later{
'ilbert and Sullivan pieces. Yet Sir Arthur's music is, as always,I
st right.t
Sullivan always seems to know when the words are most1
portant (this is most evident in the witty solo by the judge,
When I, Good Friends, Was Called to the Bar") or when
11 the penache of a contrapuntal chorus is needed, with lyrics#
erely complementary (as in the bridesmaids' salute to An-#
elina, "Where is the Plaintiff?").t
In contrast to Sululivan's light-hearted music, W. S. Gilbert's
_rics (in this case published as a libretto in the periodical Funt
efore set to music by Sullivan) were, for their time, wittily de-E
isive.
Gilbert later in his life told of meeting a judge who assured
im that he had liked all of his plays except Trial by Jury -
his the judge saw as an unwarranted attack on the British,
udicial system.
The Law School players delivered this satire on their own
hosen profession with poise and a great sense of enjoyment.
e judge, who is perhaps the pivotal character and who was
layed by Sullivan's brother Frederic in the original production,
as the best lines and is by far the most entertaining.
Bev Pooley's performance in this highly colorful role was
xcellent, and his solo was marked by a fine singing voice and
lear enunciation.
The rest of the cast was lively and both musically and thea-
rically talented; but perhaps Don Regan (Court Usher), Lenore
erber (Angelina) and John Reed (Edwin) should be singled
ut for their especially fine performances.
The high point of this operatic extravaganza occurs when the
udge, weary of all the hubbub and entranced with Angelina's
harm, scatters his papers over the court, descends from the
sench, and announces that he will marry the plaintiff himself.
'ooley performs this task with all the pomposity required, and
toth the court and its audience depart well pleased:
"All the legal furies seize you;
No proposal seems to please you;
I can't stop up here all day,
I must shortly go away.
Barristers, and you, attorneys
Set out on your homeward journeys;
Put your briefs upon the shelf,
I wil marry her myself!
Orchestra adds gem

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By ROBIN HERGOTT different seasonings, marinades -
Chicken is an excellent dish and methods of preparation.
for students to prepare because Chicken is classified accord-
it is inexpensive and nutritious. ing to age, which is a deter-'
It is a source of complete pro- mining factor as to how it:
tein and contains several minar- should be cooked. Frying chick-
als and many of the B-vitamin ens, which the recipes given he-
complex. D o 11 a r for dollar, low call for, are from threw to
chicken provides more protein five months old, weigh two to!
than any other kind of meat. three pounds and are very ten-
For thosehwho are calorie con- der.
scious or who watch their intake To test if they are done cook-
of animal fats, chicken is less ig pierce with a fork. If the
fattening and is lower in satur- juices that run out are yello--
ated fat than either neef or ish. with no trace of -ink.dth

% cup flour
1 teaspoon paprika
Combine in paper bag or on
plate. Add chicken or ,ther in-
gredients to be coated. Shake
well or dredge on plate. Suf-
ficient for 2 chickens.
Other seasonings, sucn as gar-
lic salt, may be added to taste.

1-6-oz. can tomato sauce
(% cup)
2 teaspoons saltj
% teospoon pepper
1 teaspoon thyme
% teaspoon ground allspice
2 cup Chianti wine
Dredge chicken with seasoned'
flour; place in saucepan in hot l

PARMESAN CHICKEN

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2 fryers, disjointed
1 clove garlic, mashed
1 cup bread crumbs
cup grated parmesan
cheese, or more to taste
1 teaspoon salt
W) cup melted butter or mar-
garine

one hour. Preheat oven to 350-
degres. Marinate for an hour.
Prheat oven to 350-degrees.
Pour pineapple over chicken.
Bake for one hour, basting oc-
casionally. After % hour, turn
chicken skin side up. Add more
paprika to insure browning.

food

Clean chicken and pat dry. CHICKEN SESAME
Combine mashed garlic, bread S hicken wt
crumbs, parmesan cheese and Season frying chicken w i h
salt. Dip chicken in melted but- salt, papper, garlic salt and
ter and roll in above mixture. oregano. Place skin side up on
Place chicken skin side up in baking sheet and sprinkle with
shallow baking dish and bake in sesame seeds. Bake at 350-de-
preheated 350-degre oven for 1 grees for hours.
hours.

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pork. chicken is done. Make surc that
Much of the fat in chicken lies the chicken is neither under-
directly beneath the skin so it done nor overdone, as under-
can be easily pulled out. Though done chicken has a bad flavor
many people think the skin is and overdone chicken is dry.
the best part of the chicken, The following recipes have
if you are on a strict die*,j very different flavors and make
limiting either caloriesor fat, a good addition to anyone e.
it is wise not to eat that par.. pertoire. They are simple and
Best of all, there are an in- quick to prepare, beaides pro-
finite number of ways to pre- viding a delicious and inexper.-
pare chicken, which are ex- sive change of pace.
tremely simple and lend a wide
variety of flavors to it. Chicken CHICKEN CACCIATORE
can become an extremely bnr- Seasoned flour:
ing dish if it is always baked 1 tablespoon salt
or broiled, so experiment with teaspoon papper

Preparation:
2- 3-lb. fryers, disjointed
Seasoned flour
6 tablespoons salad oil
1 cup minced onion
1 cup green pepper, coarsely
chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
1 No. 2% can tomatoes (3%12
cups)

salad oil and brown lignv. Add
onion, green pepper and garlic,'
and brown. Add remaining in-
gredients except wine and sim-
mer uncovered for 15 minutes.
Pour in the wine, cover and'

CHICKEN DELIGHT
2 or 3 frying chickens
1 small can crushed pineapple,
drained
orange juice
salt, pepper, garlic salt, ac-
cent, paprika

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mnertdeskin side down in shallow bak-
minutes, or until tende-. To ing dish in single layer. Pour
serve, place chicken on platter in enough orange juice to have
and cover with sauce. Serves 8. I about 1-inch deep. Marinate for

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