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AP Photo The University Musical Society presents North Indian Dance at
'Oscar' strl , p s ay Rackham Auditorium last night. Kumudini Lakhia and Saswat
~~sci St~ c~~ (LfTISen doing the Mughal Court Dance were accompanied by Gopal
It appeared as if Oscar jumped off his pedestal when Robert Opel, a Hollywood advertising man, streaked across the stage at the Chakrawarti on Sitar, Manika Prasad Misra on the Tabla, and
Academy Awards Tuesday night as David Niven was announcing the Best Picture award. Harishankar Rai, the vocalist.
By KEN FINK
With spring here and finals ap-
proaching one needs a good rea-
son for spending any time in the
kitchen. A large pot of hearty
mushroom barley soup isrea-
son enough for me.
This recipe is variable as tj
ingredients and is always suc-
cessful as God looks over those
who make mushroom barley soup.
Take you largest pot'and fill it
half full with water. (As you
can see the recipe becomes var-
iable with the first step). Start
the water boiling and throw in
three pieces of celery - diced,
one onion - diced, a box of
The University will establish one
of the nation's first Disabled Stu-
dent Services Programs, under a
$77,040 federal grant.
frozen vegetables or fresn equi-
valent, one small can of mush-
room pieces or one package of
dried mushrooms, or one pound
of freshly sauteed mushroom
pieces, and one-half cup barley.
You can also throw in a fix cut
up potatoes and tomatoes or any
other vegetable or thing yo u
damn well please.
Put a top on the pot and sim-
mer for one hour stirring accas-
sionally. At the end of the hour
add one can of cream of mush-
room soup and cook an additional
For the extra touch that will
make you feel like monarch of
the mushrooms add another quar-
ter pound of uniformly sliced
sauteed mushrooms before serv-
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African drought relief benefit
Three benefit performances of Chris Christian's one act play, "The Killers from E-1" will be held in
the East Quad Auditorium tonight at eight and 10 and Saturday at noon. Tonight's performance at eight
is sold out, but tickets for the other performances are still available. The benefit is for the African
drought relief fund.
Wed., Apr. 10-
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