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Square Dance Calls authored by Jim York

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  1. Suzy Q vic ceder
  2. Suzy Q Jay King
  3. U-Turn Back Jay King

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

 Suzy Q
 vic ceder
 

Definition:
 

From Facing Couples.

Turn Thru;
1/4 In and Left Turn Thru;
1/4 In and Turn Thru;
1/4 In and Left Arm Turn to a Courtesy Turn.

Ends in Facing Couples.

Comments and Examples:

Suzy Q is a zero - everyone ends where they started.

1/2 of a Suzy Q is a Turn And Q (Turn Thru; 1/4 In; Left Turn Thru).

Jim York 1949


 Suzy Q
 Jay King  -  page 86
 

Definition:
 

From two facing pairs: Turn opposite half by the right, come home to partner and turn half by the left, go back to opposite for another half arm turn by the right, come back to partner, catch her by the left and take the next call.

Jim York 1949

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

 U-Turn Back
 Jay King  -  page 22
 

Definition:
 

Designated dancers will turn 180 degrees (to face the opposite direction). Whether dancer turns back right-face or left-face is a matter of individual choice.

Jim York 1954

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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