THE Acholi at Lango are more expert at hunting than the other tribes
I of my Diocn. Hunting. indeed, with its age-long traditions, its sagas,
and the enjoymezI which it affords, has become an integral pan of the life
of the Acholi man and woman. -
I had long vàhed to see an Acholi hunt at first hand, so I was pleased
when an opportiSy, came in March 1946 to attend a two-day hunt at Anaka.
As few other Eumpeans have had the good fortune to take part in one of
these hunts, an aaount of our doings may be of interest,