National Geographic : 1920 May
© Walter Burke WHEN CHEERS BECOME JEERS These overturned hurdle-racing contestants are literally "in it up to their necks." The fine lines of the Maori dugout can here be seen to ad vantage. HIAWATHA USED THE BARK; MAORIS USE THE TRUNK The leader stands in themiddle oftheboat. Many ofthese strong limbed young Maoris won fame ordeath as"Anzacs" intheWorld War.