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Square Dance Calls authored by Oscar Hilding

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  1. Centers Play Around SCVSDA Notes
  2. Ends Play Around SCVSDA Notes
  3. Hi-De-Ho SCVSDA Notes
  4. Pass The Buck/Doe Jay King
  5. Remake (The Thar) Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Oscar Hilding.

 Centers Play Around
 SCVSDA Notes  -  December 1988
 

Definition:
 

From any wave/line: Centers Run; new Ends Turn Back; new Centers Trade.

Centers Play Around 3/4: Same but centers Cast 3/4.

Centers Play Around Full: Same but centers Trade twice.

This definition is from SCVSDA Note Service by Bill Davis.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Ends Play Around
 SCVSDA Notes  -  December 1988
 

Definition:
 

From any wave/line: Ends Run, new Ends Turn Back, new centers Trade.

Ends Play Around 3/4: Same but centers Cast 3/4.

Ends Play Around Full: Same but centers Trade twice

This definition is from SCVSDA Note Service by Bill Davis.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Hi-De-Ho
 SCVSDA Notes  -  October 1981
 

Definition:
 

From two people facing: Step forward until right hips are adjacent; place right hand around waist of other person; Swing each other one full turn around then step back to original facing position.

This definition is from SCVSDA Note Service by Bill Davis.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Pass The Buck/Doe
 Jay King  -  page 21
 

Definition:
 

From a line of four with regular couples: Pass the Buck means Girls Trade and Men U-Turn Back; Pass the Doe means Boys Trade and Girls U-Turn Back. Finishes in a line of four facing opposite to starting direction.

Oscar Hilding 1962

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

 Remake (The Thar)  -  A2
 Jay King  -  page 43
 

Definition:
 

From a thar or wrong way thar: Break the star and arm turn one quarter into an Alamo. With the other arm, turn half into a new alamo, and finally changing arms again arm turn 3/4 to form another thar.

Oscar Hilding 1971

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

Remake The Thar
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