National Geographic : 1925 Feb
180 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE TIlE FAVORITE AM\USI;IMlNT OF TIll; GANG TRIB IS DANCING Much care is taken )bythe young men in e(lecking themselves for the event, in which both sexes take part. In the foreground are two spearmen advancing, as if to make an attack. In the center are drums hung on a post, which are beaten to accompany the dance. Photographs by A. L. Kitcliing A GROUP OF GANG GIRLS OF NORTHIIRN UGANDA Some of these women wear in the lower lip a glass spike made out of an old bottle, which has been split in a fire and a suitable piece ground to a smooth pencil on a flatstone (see text, page 10o). The crates hanging above are used in carrying fowls.