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Square Dance Calls authored by Jim Gammalo

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  1. Hexagon Squares Jay King
  2. Slip And Anything Jay King
  3. Trail Off Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Jim Gammalo.

 Hexagon Squares
 Jay King  -  page 68
 

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Six couples to a set. Count off as No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, then No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 again. Dancers form sets with two couples (in a line of four) at the heads and one couple at the sides. Grand right and left takes seven hands to partner.

Jim Gammalo 1968

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Slip And Anything
 Jay King  -  page 21
 

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From two-faced lines or waves: Centers trade then all do the "Anything" call (Leading to the call still in use today--Slip, Slide and Swing).

Jim Gammalo 1965

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Trail Off
 Jay King  -  page 41
 

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From two columns of two side by side (facing the same way or in opposite directions): Lead person in each file of two walks forward to cross to the other side and face in on the end of a newly forming line. Trailing person in each file follows the leader to the other side and faces in as the center of the new line. Finishes in a line of four (if the files both face the same way) or in a two-faced line (if the files face opposite to each other). NOTE: Jim first named this "Cross to a Line" in 1961 and then the name "Trail Off" was applied to it. It is a "Cross Peel Off" movement.

Jim Gammalo 1962

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

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