Do an "Everybody Chain" (Four girls right hand star across as the head men chain right and side men chain left). When the men meet the girls coming out of the center, they catch left and send the girls back where the men came from. Head men send a girl to the left and the side men will send a girl to the right. Girls will then pull by another girl with the right, meet a man in the position toward which they were sent and pull by left hands with him. Keep moving and pull by another girl with right hands to arrive at the next position at which she is courtesy turned by the man. Once again do an Everybody Chain and all the hand pull bys. This continues until all are home with partners. (At each position, the men will work with three girls before the next Everybody Chain).
Madeleine Allen and Lou Hughes 1958
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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