From a Star Promenade or thar with girls outside moving forward: Men keep the star moving as the designated (head or side) ladies do the action. Head ladies cast back and catch side ladies by the right and continue wheeling as they take the side ladies along. Move back to opposite man where the head ladies drop off to face and move forward. Side ladies continue turning individually until they join and move forward with the opposite side man. Finishes in starting formation and all with opposites.
Orlo H. Hoadley 1969
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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