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 Dixie Star
 Jay King  -  page 229


Version #1

From a file of two dancers splitting an inactive couple: The lead person splits the inactives, barely passing thru. The trailing dancer steps up to the inactives and before passing through, all four form a right hand star. (Vic Willson [date?])

Version #2

From facing couples: Two ladies right hand star 3/4. Men now move into the star and it turns 3/4 more. All turn to face the middle. Finishes with facing couples. (Mike Driscoll 1970)

Vic Willson and Mike Driscoll 1970

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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