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U Indian Group Planning Powwow

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U Indian Group

A PQWWOW with American
T n d i a n dancers and singers

t the Midwest
v,__ ! •in noon to mid-
night Saturday in the 3V?: ••'•
gan Union Ballroom, uirr i
sp. ' of the N aj; i ve_
An Student Association.

The association was formed
during the current academic
year by the approximately 40
American Indian students now
attending the U-M.

Moose Pamp, Indian advo-

^te in the Office of
special Prii_ and Serv-
ices, said Sunday's powwow
will be a benefit for the widow

of Wilbur Shag"'- ••'' •' an In-
dian who died > ircum-
stances still under investiga-
tion while in the Berrien Coun-
'y jail last December.

Admission to the powwow
will be $1 for adults, 50 cents
for children.