Magazine, April 1960, 128.
there. Regarding Mrs. King's account of the whereabouts of Ouray's
bones, I suppose I should add that, for all its defi niteness, this version
is, alas, only one of several in a controversy that went on for some time.
"The Southern Ute of Colorado," by Marvin K. Opler, in Acculturation in
Seven American Indian Tribes, Ralph Linton, editor, D. Appleton- Century
Co., 1940. Meeker's subsequent reference to Heraclitus was suggested by
one of Opler's comments on the statement by the Ute.
Honour, published by The Swallow Press.
thetes like those young men of a tribe near the center of the Sudan who,
E.H. Gombrich reports, `spend a good deal of their time decorating their
own and each other's bodies with colored earth, renewing or changing
the elaborate designs as soon as they get smudged. Here as elsewhere it
is the women who do the work....' (Gombrich quotes a solemn and sin-
ister Marxist opinion of the young men's occupation: `It is probably not
in the national interest of new socialist states that art traditions such as