Paroparo". Children playing game on beach. Categorized as "Delena: Manners and Customs".; Dauncey describes this game in his publication "Papuan Pictures" in the following way. "In the game called 'Parparo' or 'The Frog', he [a Delena boy] is tossed on the arms of two rows of his companions. Each boy grasps the arms of the one facing him, so forming a rough gutter at one end of which a small boy is placed face downwards. Gradually he is jerked forwards till his feet have left the couple who first held him. They run to the front and are ready to receive the head of the 'Frog' when he has been jerked far enough along. In turn each couple comes to the front, and so 'keeps the pot boiling' till an unlucky toss, or an intentional one, lands the poor 'Frog' out on the sand, and his place is taken by another."; One of set of 114 mounted prints by H.M. Dauncey, categorized as: Missionaries and Church Work; Educational; Home Life and Occupations; Manners and Customs or Landscape. Dauncey served the L.M.S. in Papua New Guinea, mainly in the Delena district , for forty years from 1888 to 1928. He published a book for children in 1913, entitled Papuan Pictures, which contains over sixty of his photographs. Dauncey describes the purpose of this book in the epilogue, "To enlist your sympathy and help for those who know a little, and for the many who remain who have never heard of the message, is the aim of these Papuan Pictures.