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 {anyone} Advance To A Column  -  C4
 vic ceder


From Eight Chain Thru or other applicable columns (e.g., 1/4 Box).

  1. Those designated Walk, others Dodge;
  2. Circulate;
  3. Centers Trade;
  4. Circulate.

Ends in Mini-Wave Columns.

Comments and Examples:

Original definition says: those designated Walk, others Dodge, then first two Circulate Twice as last two Circulate, Trade and Circulate.

The first part (Those designated Walk, others Dodge) is not necessarily done in a box of 4. For instance, from a squared set after Heads Touch 1/4, the call can be Beaus Advance To A Column (6 walk, 2 dodge).

Lee Kopman 1974

(anyone) Advance To A Column

 Advance The Column  -  C4
 Jay King  -  page 106


From eight chain thru formation with regular couples: On the call "Boys Advance the Column," Boys Walk and girls Dodge; lead two in each column Circulate two positions in single file. Meanwhile the trailing two step forward into box formation and Trade, then step straight ahead to become the lead pairs in each column. Finishes in column formation.

Lee Kopman 1975

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

(anyone) Advance To A Column
04-March-2021 23:57:30
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