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Square Dance Calls authored by Frannie Heintz

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  1. Triple Scoot Jay King

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 Triple Scoot
 Jay King  -  page 44


From columns: Six dancers facing each other on the diagonal (three pairs) step ahead and Turn Thru to end in adjacent dancer's position (not in the position of the one turned thru with). Lead dancer in each file runs into the trailing end position of the other file. Finishes in column formation.

Frannie Heintz and Manny Amor 1971

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
15-January-2021 22:37:24
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