Like a Grand Teacup Chain except girls make the first two stars and men make the last two. Four girls star right 3/4, boys turn them by the left and send them to the left for a right arm turn. Girls in the middle star left once and a quarter. Men turn them by the right and send them to the right for a full turn. Put the men in the middle to star right 3/4, girls turn them by the left and send the boys to the left for a right arm turn. Four boys now star left once and a quarter. Girls catch them by the right, turn by the right and send them to the right. All catch partner left and take the next call.
Gus Greene 1972
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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