The treble plain hunts. When the treble leads a bell makes seconds and the
bells in 3-4 and 5-6 dodge. When the treble lies at the back the bells in 1-2
and 3-4 dodge.
The bell which dodges 3-4 up at the treble lead then makes 4ths and then 3rds
and then dodges 3-4 up. The bell which dodges 3-4 down when the treble lies
then makes 3rds and then 4ths and then dodges 3-4 down.
While 4ths place is being made the bells in 5-6 dodge. While 3rds place is
being made the bells in 1-2 dodge.
In practice this means that the bells triple dodge on the front and the back
while making half Cambridge places on the way from front to back or vice versa.
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