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|Triple Scoot [Plus]|
(Frannie Heintz and Manny Amor 1971)
#1 dancer Circulate as the Others Grand Extend (1/2 Circulate), Arm Turn 1/2, and Grand Extend (take a small step forward).
Ends in Mini-Wave Columns.
From R-H Columns:
We recommend renaming Triple Scoot to Grand Scoot Back.
Scoot Back [Mainstream] :
Triple Cross [A1] : From a 1/4 Box, Mini-Wave Columns, or other applicable formations. The six who can diagonal Pull By using outside hands. A 1/4 Box ends in Mini-Wave Columns; Mini-Wave Columns end in a 3/4 Box.
Triple Play [C3A] :
From Mini-Wave Columns.
#1 dancer Transfer (Trail Off, Circulate, 1/4 In) as Others 1/2
Circulate and Trade; in the new Center Columns #1 dancer Transfer
(Trail Off & Roll) as the others 1/2 Circulate and Hinge; all Extend.
Ends in Parallel Waves.
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