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Honors, Degrees, and Indian Names 125 . Must know the laws of mooring, beaching, caching, or portaging a canoe, also how to sit in it and how to change seats with another when afloat.

  • i3. Can swim 100 yards.

. Can swim 50 feet with boots, pants and shirt on. (For L. L. 25 feet.) . Have sailed any 2-man craft for 30 successive days, 12 hours a day at the wheel — the other man not a professional sailor.

  • i6. Have paddled (single) a canoe on dead water, i

mile in 12 min. (15 min. L. L.) . Have spilled the canoe and got into her again, and baled her without help. . Have taken canoe camper's honor, that is made a continuous canoe or rowboat trip of at least 500 miles, sleeping out every night. (100 miles for L. L. . Have a knowledge of weather -wisdom and tides. . Can state direction by the stars and sun. . Can steer by compass. . Have taught a class to handle a canoe. FISHERMAN {Gagoiked) The Degree of Fisherman may be conferred on those who take 9 of these tests:

  • i. Catch and name 10 different species of fish: salmon

or trout to be taken with flies; bass, pickerel, or pike to be caught with rod or reel, muskallonge to be caught by trolling. (7 for L. L.) . Make a bait rod of 3 joints, straight and sound, 14 oz. or less in weight, 10 feet or less in length, to stand a strain of ij lbs. at the tip, 13 lbs. at the grip. Or else