This movement was originally named the "Tucson Prowl".
From a squared set: All take partner and walk into the center of the set. All quarter out (sort of) and walk out with the corner person to corner's original home spot where all California Twirl. Do this three more times and all will be home again with partners.
Gets a little crowded in the middle. Men must be sure to make square corners and walk straight out to the corner spot each time, guiding the corner girl into the proper facing.
George Waudby 1961
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.