Woody Crumbo To Exhibit Indian Art At Connors Woody Crumbo, famous Indian artist, presents his people with their ancient traditions, beauty and religion In pictures for the monthly art exhibit for December in the college art department, it has been announced by Mrs. Rulh M. White, art. Instructor. The exhibit includes approximately approximately 44 paintings in temera, silk .screens, and etching^ with animals, designs, legends and people. Pictures ate: Spirit Horse; Ma HuRunlng Bird, Tail Dancers, Deer and the Elements, Feather Dancer, Scalp Dancers, Ghost Horse, Dog Soldier, Starlight, Warrior, Fawn and papoose. Last Sunset, Medicine Softg, Crow Dancer, Desert, Eagle, Winter Range, Sign of Spring, Deer Dancer, Winter, Peace Offering, Offering, The Rainbow Horse, Desert Pinto, Night Rider, The Sentinel, Pintail, Deer and Fawn, Deer and Ducks, Deer, Deer and Butterfly, Antelope, Deer and Snow, The Hunter, Deer and Moon, Horse and cold. Eagle Dancer, Returning Warrior, Warrior, Flute Dancer, Spirit of Spring, De.sert Pinto and Buffalo Dancer. Crumbo attained pre-eminence as the nation's foremost' Indian artist through perseverance and a lifetime lifetime of study. His efforts reflect the purpose that motivated their creation; that through them the entire Indian race would one day benefit For Woody believes that If enough people see his work, general general Interest In all Indian art and craft will result. Out of this Interest Interest will grow a steady demand for Indian-made goods.