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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1974)
Troupe to dance through Lincoln
By Dennis Ellerrneier.
What are 40 college students who are
traveling around the world, dancing the
folk dances of several cultures, really
doing? Obviously, having fun.
The dancers from Provo, Utah's
Brigham Young University will perform
in Lincoln Saturday evening. Dances
from Latin America, Britain, Hungary,
the United States, Poland, Austria,
Yugoslavia, Israel and the Ukraine will
be performed as the company prsents its
"International Holiday" in a score of
The International Folk Dance Com
pany was formed in 1956 by its present
director Mary Bee Jensen. Since 1964
the company has been a frequent
cultural ambassador at dance festivals
in Europe, North America and Asia. It is
at these festivals that the company
broadens its repertoire by learning
native dances from the natives them
selves and from recognized authorities
in the field.
From New York's Lincoln Center to
Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens the
dancers have presented their program
not only in live performances but also on
the national television networks of
Norway, France, Spain, Germany,
Yugoslavia, and Italy.
The company will teach master
classes Saturday afternoon and host an
informal session at 11:30 a.m. at
Neihardt Residential Center.
The performance of the International
Folk Dancers is a 8 p.m. Saturday in
Kimball Recital Hall. Tickets are $2.50,
regular, $1 .50 for UNL students.
Fishing for variety?
Tuna dishes take the bait
Tuna fish again? Don't despair.
Canned seafood is a low cost means of
getting high quality protein. Toothpicks
this week will provide a number of easily
prepared casseroles to take the mono
tony out of a diet that could otherwise
. Tuna comes in a variety of grades. For
casseroles, I recommend buying a
medium, grade, because the cheaper
ones are sometimes bitter. Those of you
who are dieting may find solace in the
TUNA NOODLE AND MUSHROOM SOUP
2 c. cooked noodles
1 c. drained tuna fish
1 10-Vi oz. can condensed mushroom soup
Separate the tuna fish into large flakes with a
fork. Be sure not to mince it too finely. Grease an
ovenproof dish. Arrange a layer of noodles, then
sprinkle it with fish. Add another layer of noodle3
and pour the mushroom soup over the top.
Season the soup, if desired, with Worcestershire
sauce, curry powder or dry sherry. Sprinkle the
top, if desired, with cornflake crumbs or cracker
crumbs. Place in oven and cook till topping is
brown or until the mixture is thoroughly heated.
Makes four large servings.
TUNA AND RICE BAKED DELIGHT
1 Vz c. water . ,
1 IOV2 ox. can cream of mushroom soup
Vj c. finely chopped onion
1 1. lemon juice
Va t. salt
. . Dash pepper
1 Vz c. minute rice
1 pkg. (10 oz.) partially thawed, mixed'
1 7 oz. can tuna, flaked and drained
V2 c. Cheddar cheese
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Combine, water, soup, onion, lemon juice, salt ,
ancT pepper. EfrTng to a boil, stirring occasionally.
Pour half of mixture into greased 1 Vz qt.
casserole. Add rice, mixed vegetables and tuna.
Add remaining soup mixture. Sprinkle with
cheese. Cover." Bake at 375 degrees for 20-25
minutes, stirring once after 10 minutes. Makes
HOT TUNA SALAD
2 c. cooked macaroni
1 1012 oz. can cream of chicken soup
1 c. chopped celery
Vz c. salad dressing
Vz t. salt
3 hard boiled eggs
Va c. milk
1 T. chopped onion
Va t. pepper
Combine all Ingredients In casserole. Top with
buttered crumbs or crushed potato chips, if
desired. Bake 20-25 minutes in 350 degree oven.
Makes six servings.
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Pius 3 free sessions cn Nov. 9 Open to everyona
10:00 a.m. Master class exhibition in Mexican
dance WPE 304
11:20 a.m. Master class & exhibition in Ukranian &
American folk. dance WPE 304
11:30 a.m. informal demonstration & discussion
Raymond TV Lounge (Neihardt Hall)
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"...folk dances from a dozen different countries presented with the relentless
gaiety of a color spread in National Geographic." (NY Times review after Lincoln
Tickets available at Union South Desk: $2.50 reg., $1 .50 UN-L students.
Sponsored by Union Contemporary Art3
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thursday, november7, 1974
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