National Geographic : 1933 Nov
WHEN A TYPHOON BREWS, BAJAO CRAFT FLOCK SHOREWARD The vintas scurry to cover, and other fishing and pearling boats follow, to huddle near the Chinese pier of Jolo, a spot once famed fordark crimes, butnow peaceful. 'rnotographs byAleko E.Lilius YELLING BAJAOS IN CANOES ROUND UP A SCHOOL OF FISH From a wide circle, the craft converge, the men shouting and beating upon the gunwales to frighten their quarry to thecenter. When theboats touch, afence ofnets is dropped around a weighted sailcloth. The weights are loosed by divers, and the sail, withitscatch, ispulled up.