FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Graduation Book I THEY DON'T RUB NOSES:
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BABY PARAKEETS, easily trained to
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It's a rare Eskimo that lives in
an gloo-most of them build their
homes of stone and sod.
And their favorite delicacy is
warm walrus blood-fresh from
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THESE and many other inter-
esting facts about the Eskimo can
be discovered by browsing through
the current University Museum's
display, "Customs of the Eskimo."
For instance, Eskimos don't
kiss by rubbing noses. Sniffling
affectionately; they rub their
faces together--and somehow
their noses get in the way, Prof.
Volney Jones, curator of the ex-
And while an American thinks'
nothing of trading his used car in
for a new one, with the Eskimo,
it's his wife he trades. He'll gladly
lend his wife to afriend-to oil
his boots for him." Prof. Jones
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INSTEAD OF LIPSTICK, the
Eskimo wears lip plugs, Prof.
Jones continued. The lower lip is
perforated and the plug inserted.
It is supposed to improve the ,
beauty of the wearer, and both
men and women wear it proudly.
These plugs come in assorted'
colors and styles and can be easily
removed, he added.
"And the Eskimos are experts
They use ivory for harpoon'
heads and harness-fittings.
"Armed with nothing but i
quick spear and a keen eye, th
Eskimo must depend on his cun-
ning and ingenuity. It's a constant
race between man and cold, and
the Eskimo has to move swiftly to
win," Prof. Jones said.
U' Museum Displays Life of Eskimo
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