I obtained this figure from the two Navaho girls at the St. Louis Exposition. The native name is Ga-lo-kĭ or Ga-hi-kĭ.
String Figure Notation (SFN)
NO: F mt-tw FN 2 to 5 times
T pu nFS: na T
lT & lF mr-th-pu rTN & rFN (re rH)
rTF ml-bt lnt&bTS pu lt&bTN: re lT: kl
rMRL gr rfFS&nTS: kl
tr lt&bFN to lT&F & gr same as rH
This is a charming figure, and unlike any of the others. It is very easy to form; if the Fifth movement be done properly, the finished pattern always appears. If you twist the index loops more than five times, the proboscis will not roll up nicely, if less than four times, it will not be sufficiently large.
The final movement is like "Lightning," in that the twists put on the strings in the earlier movements, by untwisting assist in the formation of the finished pattern.