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Wednesday, April 2, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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By ROBIN HERGOTT vinegar, shallots, tarragon and'
In America, we eat more meat pepper, into which droplets of:
per person per year than in butter are gradually beaten to'
any other country. Many do not produce a thick, creamy sauce.
think that dinner is complete Be sure to prepare the Bear-!
without a meat course, b o t h naise over simmering, not boil-i
because of its taste and satiety ing, water so that it does notI
value. But, with the high cost curdle. If the sauce does hap-:
of beef, many people have been pen to curdle, try beating in a
forced to forego it a few times tablespoon of cold water to bring3
a week and also to eat less ex- i back its creamy texture.
pensive cuts of meat. Tomato Pepper Beef is a ver-
Meat Ball PancaKes miracu- sion of pepper steak suitable for
lously turn lowly ground beef students' pocketbooks. Instead
into a culinary delight. These of using filet or sirloin, t h i s
light, puffy and deliciously sea- recipe calls for chuck. T h e
soned beef patties are fried and tomatoes, green pepper a n d
served with Bearnaise sauce, mushrooms compliment t h e
which is warm egg yolks, flavor- meat well.
ed with a reduction of wine,' Pot Roast, another relatively

O
r Theatre Phone 66S.4290
inexpensive meat dish, conven- Add meat and other ingred- Combine vinegar, wine, shal- Today at 1-3-5-7-9, Open at 12:45
iently requires no last minute , ients to the well beaten e g g lots, salt, pepper and 1 teasp:on!
preparation. You can pop it yolks; a hot buttered and oiled tarragon in small saucepan.
in the oven on a low heat early frying pan. When puffed and Boil until liquid is reduced to,
in the day and then go out and brown around the edges, turn 2 tablespoons. Cool. In the top ) PG
not worry about dinner. T h e and brown on the other side. of a double boiler, over hot but
gravy is especially good, so Serve with Bearnaise sauce. NOT BOILING water, strain in
serve the pot roast with bread Serves 2-3. the vinegar mixture. With a
and potatoes so that it does wire whisk, beat the egg yolks
not go to waste. BEARNAISE SAUCE with this mixture until thick.
MEAT BALL PANCAKES 1 cup tarragon vinegar Beat in the clarified butter by24ons
pound ground round steak 14 cup dry white wine droplets. Stir in remaining tar-
4 eggs, separated 1 tablespoon minced shallos ragon. Correct seasonings
teaspoon baking powder IPinch of salt Makes 1% cups.
Salt, pepper . Dash of pepper
2 teaspoon lemon juice 2 teaspoon dried Tarragon leav- TOMATO PEPPER BEEF
1 teaspoon minced dried parsley, es (or 2 tablespoons fresh) 2 pounds chuck, cut in chunks today at 1-3-5-7-9p.m.
reconstituted with a little 3 egs yolks 2 cans mushroom steak sauce Until 5 p.m. all seats $1.00

SPIRITUAL COMMUNITY OF THE SUN
PRESENTS
DICK GREGORYkt~w
* Speakinq on the food crisis and survival of humanity
FRI., MAY 16, 1975-7:00 P.M.
UNIV. OF MICH. BALLROOM
Donation $4 plus i can of food
profits go to world community food bank
ann arbor. mi
GET TICKET in ADVANCE of show!
Available at David's Bookstore-529 E. Liberty
and ;n the Michigan Union

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water
teaspoons grated onion

1 cup melted clarified but er or
margarine

Medieval quartet excells

By SARAH POLAREK
Ars Antiqua de Paris, a group
of four instrumentalists, one of
whom also sings, performed in
Rackham Auditorium Saturday
evening with a warmth and'
charm which matched their
Old-World repertoire.
The group performs music
popular during theMiddle Ages
and Renaissance, using ancient
instruments such as recorders,
a lute, various bells and tam-
bourines, bagpipes, musettes
and a bellow - operated minia-
ture organ. But there is no
doubt that counter-tenor Josepht

Sage is the highlight of this performance with some songs
small ensemble. of the court troubadours who
Sage intimately confided to dominated European musical1
the audience, with a charming culture in the twelfth, thirteenth
French accent, that he has "a and fourteenth centuries. Many
wife and two sons, and is a of these songs were the beauti-.
counter - tenor, not a castrato." ful Provencal lyrics revived by
Sage is capable of singing in Ezra Pound and others during
the remarkable three-octave the first half of this century, in-
range of the counter-tenor who, chiding the aubade (dawn song)
throughout the medieval and "Reis glorios" by Guiraut de
renaissance ages, took the place Bornelh and the cantique (song)
of women in choral perform- "Baros de mon dan covit" by
ances or in the plays of Shake- Pierre Vidal, probably the 'most
speare's and his contemporar- famous of the troubadours.
ies. The second set included,
The ensemble began their Spanish songs from the latert

lover" from Act V, iii of As
You Like It, set to music by
Thomas Morley, and Desde-
mona's haunting "Willow Song"
from Othello were perhaps the{
best numbers of this set. Phil-
lippe Matharel's woodwind per-
formances were especially tal-
ented during this set as well.
The ensemble concluded their
concert with several highly en-
tertaining "airs de court", as
well as both playful and protest
songs of the common people in
the streets of Paris during the
seventeenth century, specific-
ally during the reign of Louis
Quatorze.Sanvoisin translated
two of the more bawdy song
for the audience ("J'ai bien rnal
choisi" and "Un satyre cornum")
before Sage sung them, which
heightened the appreciation of
the audience considerably.
During the final number, a
tax protest song, four female;
auditors were invited to partici-

2 tablespoons Kitchen Bouquet
2 tablespoon soy sauce
4 tablespoon ketchup
1 medium green pepper, cut in
strips
2-3 fresh tomatoes or 1 large
can tomatoes, drained
Thoroughly brown beef in skil-
let using no oil. Add steak sauce,
Kitchen Bouquet, soy sauce and
ketchup. Simmer 11 hours in
closed skillet. 25 minutes before
serving, add strips of green
pepper and tomato wedges.
Serve over rice. Should cok
about 2 hours altogether.
POT ROAST
4-6 pound pot roast
2 packages dry onion soup mix
1 can ketchup
1 can (10 ounces) tomato soup
juice of one lemon
2 tablespoons brown sugar
On a large sheet of heavy duty
aluminum foil place 1 package
dry onion soin mix anal place
pot roast over soup.Top meat
withtheother package of on-
ion soon mix, ketchup, tomato
soup, lemon juice and br,-wn
swzar. Close foil tightly around
meat. Place on roasting pan.
Rake at 325-degrees for 3-4
hours, or until very tender.

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Records in review l
ONCE UPON A TIME Commander Cody was the pride ofAnn
Arbor. Many of the band members came out of Ann Arbor,
and the band often came here to play. Since that time, the band
has found fame and bid good-W'ye to Ann Arbor. Their albums
still have influence here and their newest, Commander Cody and
His Lost Planet Airmen (Warner Brothers 0698) should find a
substantial following.
There is very little that is bad about this album, and the
bad is easily outweighed by the good. Cody has, unfortunately,
lost the hippie-humoresqueimage which was so appealing in
his . early days; but all stars lose their sense of ethnicity when
they make it big.
The album is very slickly-produced and the little mistakes
which made the band so gritty are now gone. But the music is
about the same, some country, country and western, and plenty
of rock 'n' roll. They even try out new style in "Hawaii Blues,"
and "Southbound," a kind of non-chalant reggae piece.
Cody adds a touch of humor with his typically overplayed
vocal on "That's What I Like About the South," a song that has
had obvious humorous implications since the days when. per-
formers like Phil Harris and Bob Wills did it.
The band has become an amazingly skilled unit, playing a
style of country and rock 'n roll which is always alive and ex-
citing. The band has lost its distinctive gritty edge, but the
music is still so powerful that the band should make up in con-
tent what unique edge it has lost in style.
-Harry Hammitt

MiddlesAges. The mellow "Is-
abel" sung by Sage and accom-
panied by Kleber Besson on a
small but intricate guitar, and
Michael Sanvoisin's perform-
ance on a tiny soprano recorder
(no longer than 6 inches) in
"Recercada primera y segun-
da" were the most outstanding
numbers of this set.

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Theensmbl reurnd aterpate with tambourines a n d
The ensemble returned after lls. And for a perfect finale,
a short intermission to perform Sage presented each of them
the songs of Shakespeare and with a single long-stemmed
several instrumental airs popu- rose in the fine French manner
lar during his time. "It was a -with a kiss on both cheeks.
the Gnn arbor fim IprII
PROUDLY PRESENTS
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THE NIGHT
E PORTER
TONIGHT & TOMORROW, April 2-3
The most controversial film of 1974!
with Dirk Bogarde
Aud. A, Angell Hall
$150 7:00 and 9:00

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FRI.-SAT., APRIL 4-5
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MATINEES 2:30 P.M.
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605 E. WILLIAM
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SERGEI EISENSTEIN'S 1925
POTEMKIN
(AT 7)
This Russian silent depicts the great Black Sea Mutiny of
1905 in such a way as to be voted "The Best Film in the
World" twice by international juries. Watch out for the
Odessa steps.
RAOUL WALSH'S 1949
WHITE HEAT
(AT 905)
James Caqnev stars as a totally sadistic, psychotic gangster
who loves his Mo. One of the most out-powerful, fastest- ,t
paced movies ever made. With Virginia Mayo and Edmond
O'Brien.
Cinema Guild th Shows Old
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Pianist To The World
Nothing but high critical praise follows RUDOLF FIRKUSNY throughout the world,
since he made his United States debut 37 seasons ago. This Czech-born virtuoso pianist
has won, literally,a world of admirers from his numerous international concert tours.
Mr. Firkusny is no stranger to Ann Arbor's concert halls, and for his fourth appearance
he performs the following program:
MOZART: Variations on a Minuet by Duport
SCHUMANN: Fantasie in C, Op. 17
JANACEK: On an overgrown Path (Part II)
CHOPIN: Sonata in B minor, Op. 58
Recital on Sunday evening, April 13, at 8:30 in Hill Auditorium; tickets available
from $.50 to $8.50. (All tickets for Pmil Gilcls, originally sch'dled for this date,
will be honored at the Firkiusny recital.)

University Towers
Apartments offers
EIGHT MONTH FALL/WINTER LEASES
TWO/FOUR MONTH SPRING/SUMMER LEASES
* Free weekly housekeeping

HILL AUD. 8 p.m.

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