Hull's Victory DV #1

SourceDir: NJWeb.txt
Author1: Traditional
Setup: Teach modified RL in B2 -> Wave of Four Across
***PROPER ***

A1: (4)  Wave of Four Balance {1}
    (6)  Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (6)  Actives Allemande Right 1x
A2: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (12) Actives Swing
B1: (16) Actives Down the center + Turn as Couples + Cast off
B2: (8)  {With couple below, same sex} Right & Left Through
    (8)  Pass Through Across + Allemande Left {to wave of four} {2}

CallingNotes: {1} From callers left to right, the wave should be 
  F2-(up)-F1(dn)-M1(up)-M2(dn).  As the waves of four balance, the ends 
  start by balancing right towards a ghost.  {2} The modification of the 
  second RL is different for the men and women.  After the second pass 
  through, the two men face and allemande left 1/4 to put Man #1 in the 
  middle.  After the second pass through, the two ladies face and 
  allemande left 3/4, to put lady #1 in the middle, facing down.  Actives 
  join right hands.  This recreates the wave that starts the dance.

NotesOther: B2 - a great way to symbolize the snatching of victory from 
  the jaws of defeat!  Almost step for step as "The Scottish Reform".

Ralph goes on to say that instead of the swing, The second balance four 
  in line used to be done in this fashion.  Partners joined right hands 
  and turned half around in the center, thus bringing the two men side by 
  side.  Same sex N join left.   balance wave again, then each turned the 
  one they had by the left hands -> down the center.