Lady One Goes to Jail

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
***PROPER ***

A1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Ones roll Twos
    (8)  As in 1/2 figure eight, lady #1 splits twos (above) and walks 
      around man #2 to stand behind partner
A2: (8)  Lady #1 gives partner a push - man #1 splits twos (above) and 
  walks around lady #2 to partner's vacant spot
    (8)  Neighbor Swing
B1: (8)  {1} Lady #1 steps into center.  The other three form a circle of 
  three around her, and circle left 1.25
    (8)  Partner swing {2}
B2: (8)  {provisional ending here} Circle Left 3/4
    (8)  {#2 man turns back} Twos Swing {end facing up}

CallingNotes: {1} Men observe which side of the set your partner is 
  standing on.  That's the side where you will swing your parter.  But 
  first... {2} After the swing, dancers are in reverse Becket formation 
  (improper + circle right 1/4).  Lady #1 and man #2 can begin the first 
  swing early.  Lady #2 should have a nice moment, as the #1 man can rest 
  his right hand on her back as he passes behind her, and then sweeps her 
  into the swing.

NotesOther: The story line for this dance goes as follows.  In B1, 
  dancers bring Lady #1 to trial on charges of having callously dumped 
  her partner, aggravated partner theft, and public wantonness.  She is 
  duly convicted and sent to jail.  However upon her parole, she finds 
  her loyal partner waiting for her at the prison gate.  They go home for 
  a swing.

Jim's response - At the end of A2 Gent 1 would be on the ladies side 
  having swung lady 2, Gent 2 on gents side with lady 1.  Your 
  instructions are Men observe which side of the set your partner is 
  standing on.  That's the side where you will swing your parter.  But 
  first.  So this would mean that while Gent 1 is circling with the 2 
  ladies, gent 2 would need to cross the set to be where instructed for 
  the swing.  I'm not sure how that would work.

What if you had partners swing where the gents were at the end of A2.  
  The 3 could circle left once and a bit more then couple 1 arch & send 
  lady 2 thru to her partner.  Then B2 could be star left 3, lady 2 turn 
  back and swing partner, end facing up.

I think turning back to swing out of a star works better from left star.  
  The wrist hold stars bring dancers into a pretty closely packed 
  formation.  The flow into a swing works best turning back over the 
  right shoulder so with a star right you wind up turning into a tightly 
  packed formation.  Left star you turn to the outside over your right 
  shoulder creating more space.

Dave - change the Star Right 3/4 to a Circle Left 3/4.  Implement Jim's 
  comments as Jim's Doghouse Reel.