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INDIAN SWEETTOOTHS

MR. LEHR REPORTS THAT HE OFTEN HUNTS IN THE EASTERN
PART OF THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN. HE SAYS
THAT THE INDIANS WILL BEG FOR EVERYTHING UP THERE
AND THAT THEY WOULD RATHER HAVE CANDY BARS THAN
STEAK. HE SAYS THAT HE HAS OFTEN WALKED INTO A
BAR AND FOUND AN INDIAN DRINKING PEPSI (SOFT
DRINK). WHEN SOMEONE ELSE BUYS THAT SAME INDIAN
HAS BEER. THEN WHEN HE HAS TO BUY HIS OWN DRINK
HE ONCE AGAIN HAS PEPSI.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; WARREN

Subject headings: BELIEF -- P439
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