By Kirston Koths
Composed January 13, 1984

SourceCDSS News #91, 1989
Leveleasy-med (assigned by the editor)
A1(16) Neighbors balance and swing
A2(8) Gents allemande left 1 1/2
(8) Partners swing
B1(4) Down the hall four in line (G2 L2 G1 L1)
(4,4) Turn into a cozy line (keep holding hands, centers arch, turn away from each other and continue turning to back under the arch, ends join free hands behind) & come back
(4) Form a cloverleaf (centers duck, ends arch over; don't let go)
B2(10) In the cloverleaf circle left 1 1/4 (until 1's above, 2's below)
(2) Partners star through (trade places, lady going under the arch, end facing your neighbor)
(4) Pass through along the line

Author's Notes:
This was first danced on Friday, January 13, 1984, and it has become a tradition to dance it for good luck every Friday the 13th. The title means fear of the number 13. The four leaf clover figure in B1 is from southern mountain traditional square dancing. "Star through" is a modern club square dance figure.

This dance is from American Country Dances On Line
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Added to database 2/18/1997; last revised 3/5/1999; edited by Russell Owen