Fixup Challenge #1

SourceDir: 2013-Misc.txt
Author1: Unknown
Author2: Dave Notman
Music: 122!  Fast is better.
Level: Advanced
***REVERSE BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Circle Left 3/4
    (8)  Neighbor Swing
A2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back
    (4)  On Right Diagonal, Men Allemande Left 3/4 {1}
    (4)  Shadow Allemande Right 1/2
B1: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (12) {Pass Shadow Right} Half Hey Across {Sh:R M:L N:R L:L}
B2: (16) Partner Gypsy & Swing

CallingNotes: In this dance, the men double progress in A2.  Then, after 
  the hey, the men reverse progress one place while the ladies forward 
  progress one place.  {1} If there isn't anyone on right diagonal then 
  man stands pat during the men's allemande, BUT THEN MUST allemande his 
  SHADOW, who is also his neighbor.

It will be tough to get the men to allemande their shadow after standing 
  pat during the diagonal allemande!  The fast tempo makes the hey come 
  out right, giving B1 a surprisingly relaxed feeling.

NotesOther: Inspired by a worksheet written by Rick Mohr titled, 
  "Exercise: Evaluating Dances".  The original (deliberately awkward 
  dance) was:

JH 2014-07-09 - "I'm skeptical of the timing.  If a half hey in B1 takes 
  12 because the tempo is fast, it will be tough to make the balance wave 
  after the 2 allemandes in the second half of a2.  He's right.  It might 
  take 10 (including the advance back to partner).  Change B2 to Gypsy & 
  Swing

NotesOtherPre:
A1= (8)  Circle Left 3/4 + Pass Through Up or Down
    (8)  Neighbor Swing
A2= (8)  Men Allemande Left 1.5+
    (8)  Partner Allemande Right 1.5
B1= (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (4)  Ladies Allemande Left 1x
    (8)  {Pass Partner Right} Half Hey Across
B2= (16) Partner Balance & Swing

This dance was fairly similar to Rick Mohr's "In Cahoots".