From a wrong way thar: Centers with outsides arm turn half by the right, new centers star left 3/4 and arm turn half by the right. New centers star left 3/4 and all take the next call.
From a thar: Same as above but use opposite hands for the arm turns and stars.
From an Alamo formation: All turn half by the right, arm turn the next 3/4 by the left, new centers star right straight across (1/2) to left arm turn 3/4. Finishes in Alamo formation.
Jim Bauer 1968
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.