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Big crowd
for Indian
Pow Wow

Some 4,000 people are expected
to attend the 12th annual Ann Ar-
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The Powwow, a
University of Michigan Office of
Minority Services, will be held on
the Washtenaw Farm Council
Ground^PP i..-: 1QOA,

The AnffATbor Po^YWWtradi-
tionally has been the largest in

Dancers and American Indian
artists and craftpersons are ex-
; tates, as well as
^.-i^t*. liiunCTii reservations
throughout Ontario, Canada.

'"'-.'•L-i ;':.,»; i-i!' ;•:;;,' -'rum con-

etions of
ti i celebration.

.i-it^i participant will be Eli
Thomas, 86, a traditional medicine
man from Michigan's Isabella
Reervation in Mt. Pleasant. Youn-
gest contestant wil be 1 % y
The largest family group I

The first show will start at 2 p.m.
Saturday and the second will begin
at 7 p.m. Finals for the adult dance
will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Contestants will be competing
for prize money totaling $3,500,
with a top prize of $300 for first

ckets are $3 for adults and
$1.50 for (• -1 T i ages 6-12. Chil-
dren unde. i»e admitted free.
Tickets are on sale at th igan
Union ticket office and < ckPt
^ .lets.