The chief item on the programme was the "haka," or ancient Maori war dance, which was performed by four half-caste Maori youths.
I will now say a little about the bear dance, and the war dance.
I came, and there stood the bicycle, and Father danced a war dance about it.
They had been having a war dance, he said, and that showed that they were about to attack the place.
Loud were the shouts of joy; a war dance ensued to celebrate the great event.
The Sioux camped just above the house, and at night had their war dance.
As the war dance was the call to battle, this was the aftermath.
The neighborhood was full of them, generally all painted for the war dance.
On the side lines, Clarence Prissler was executing a war dance of his own.
The war dance and the medicine dance seemed the most popular.