A very difficult Teacup pattern in which girls and men alternate taking each other's parts. Head ladies center for a 3/4 right-hand star, side ladies to the heads for a right arm turn. All do a full turn around and the head men go in to star left once and a quarter while the side men go one position to the right for a right arm turn. All do a full turn and the new head ladies star left once and a quarter while the new side ladies move one position to the right for a left arm turn. All do a full turn and the new head men go in for a 3/4 right hand star, new side men move to the right. All turn original partners left and take the next call.
Chuck McDowell 1965
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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