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Old 09-13-2004, 09:34 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by UNCLE
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The only good ol fashioned "9"'s that happen now are those that occur after bar time during the off season, when there are no "big" powwows going on. Or after a all gourd dance benefit or organization benefit dance.

Some of ya'll can relate..................LOL
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UNCLE:

Yeah, I can relate. There was a local powwow this weekend. Several people went to one house and everybody there could jam! Every girl there could FLAT SING! So yes, I can relate!


Roundabout:

I agree. It is the committee's duty to lay down specific rules to deter this type of situation. It is the head drum judges duty to pick knowledgable people to carry out the letter of these rules.

It is unfortunate that the Schmitzun 49 contest will cause bad feelings between drum groups and individuals for years to come.
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