The Face Off  by John Rowe

The Face Off 

Two Suri men in the rain, face each other before a Donga fight begins. The Donga stick fights are a very important part of a young Suri man’s life.  He will practice constantly while working in a cattle camp.  It is very important for a young Suri man to win his Donga fights in order to find a bride. Donga fights are very dangerous, often resulting in serious injury, and occasionally death.
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