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no The Book of Woodcraft Wigwag or Myer Signaling. To know this code and signal, as well as receive a message a quarter mile off, at the rate of lo words a minute, for coup. The same, at a mile, 24 words a minute, for grand coup. Morse Code. The same. Trailing. Know and clearly discriminate the tracks of 25 of our common wild quadrupeds, also trail one for a mile and secure it, without aid of snow, coup. Similarly dis- criminate 50 tracks, and follow 3 tracks a mile as before, but for 3 different animals, grand coup. Indian Bed. Make an Indian bed of at least 60 rods, all tied tight for coup. Make one of 80 or more rods with 4 cords all straight, and bound at the edges, for grand coup. Cooking. Cook 12 digestible meals for at least three persons, using ordinary camp outfit, coup. Or 21 meals and in addition make good bread each day for grand coup. Wilderness Cooking. Make and bake bread, fry fish or meat and boil potatoes or fish without pots or pans. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. Cabin. Build a habitable log cabin not less than 6x8, with wind-tight walls and waterproof roof. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. Tejit or Teepee. Make a two-man tent or an 8-foot teepee, or better, single handed and set them up; for coup or grand coup, according to merit. Latrine. To have made and run for three days a perfect latrine in Army fashion, coup or grand coup, according to merit. Basket. To have made a serviceable basket of wild- wood materials and not less than 5 inches across; for coup or grand coup, according to merit. Weaving. To have woven a good grass or rush rug, square and even, not less than 2x5 feet, coup or grand coup, according to merit.