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Square Dance Calls authored by Roy Watkins

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  1. Dixie Twirl vic ceder
  2. Dixie Twirl Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Roy Watkins.

 Dixie Twirl
 vic ceder


From a One-Faced Line of 4.

As Couples California Twirl (Centers arch, couples trade with
each other by having the right-side couple go under the arch).

Ends in an opposite-facing One-Faced Line of 4.

Out-Facing Lines (the standard starting formation) become Facing Lines.

Roy Watkins 1959

Dixie Twirl

 Dixie Twirl
 Jay King  -  page 127


From a line of four: Make an arch in the middle and do a Wheel Across (left hand couple walks straight across, right hand couple does through the arch and pulls the line straight). Reverses the facing direction of the line. NOTE: This has largely been replaced by Wheel Across (Couples Trade).

Roy Watkins 1959

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
05-March-2021 21:33:08
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