Back When I was Twenty

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
***BECKET, DOUBLE PROGRESSION ***

A1: (6)  Circle Left 3/4
    (4)  Men Roll Neighbor Left to Right
    (6)  Men Allemande Left 1x {1}
A2: (4)  Pass Neighbor #2 by Right
    (12) Swing Neighbor #3
B1: (8)  Right & Left Through Across
    (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back {2}
B2: (8)  Ladies Allemande Left 1x while Men Orbit CW 1/2
    (8)  Partner Swing

CallingNotes: {1} After men allemande, everyone turn to stand back to 
  back with neighbor #1.  {2} On the way back, everyone turn back to back 
  with neighbor #3 to face neighbor #2.

NotesOther: Inspired by a Michael Fuerst dance, "One Shy of Twenty"

Jim Hemphill's comments - "Back When I was 20" sure has a Fuerstian feel 
  to it. Clever, but easy to get lost in.  It took several tries to 
  diagram this one out.  In the one that worked, after the N. #3 swing, 
  the dancers were in foursomes with 4 dancers from 4 different original 
  minor sets, so that right left thru would be with a bunch of 
  strangers.  Plus, at least in diagram, the orbit/allamande re-unites 
  partners at a point slightly in between original sets that could make 
  this a single or double progression dance depending which couples 
  grabbed which for the circle left. THESE COMMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN 
  VERIFIED.  TODO: Check double progression.