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Honors, Degrees, and Indian Names 103 teepee, or bivouac, every night. A grand coup, for 60 nights of the same. Lone-tramper. A coup, for traveling alone, on foot, 100 miles, carrying one's outfit, sleeping out every night; a grand coup, for 200 miles. Gang-tramper. A coup, for traveling 150 miles on foot with a party, carrying one's own outfit, sleeping out every night; a grand coup, for 250 miles. Ski-man. To have traveled 6 miles in an hour, 40 miles in one day, covered 40 feet in a jump, and traveled 500 miles all told, counts a coup. To have traveled 7 miles in an hour 50 miles in one day, made a 50-foot jump, and traveled 1,000 miles all told, counts a grand coup. Arctic Traveler. A coup, for entering the Arctic Circle by sea; a grand coup, by land. Tropic Traveler. A coup, for crossing the Equator by sea or rail; a grand coup, on foot. Motoring. To have covered 1,000 miles within 30 days, acting as your own chauffeur and mechanic, coup. To have covered 1,000 miles in 4 days, 100 miles in 2 hours, acting as your own chauffeur and mechanic, grand coup. (In both cases garage privileges allowed.) MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING (aLL AFOOt) (Not open to boys, i.e., those under 14.) By Sir Martin Conway, ex-President of the Alpine Club. The exploits in this class are repeaters. The first one to climb a standard peak gets double honors ; one for climh, one for first climb. For lads {i.e., over 14 and under 18.)