the Pappoose counts a far‑sight grand coup. (Those who habitually wear glasses may use them in this test.) See Far‑sight among the games, p. 41.
43. To make a 75 score in ten tries in the game of Quicksight, with ten counters, counts coup; a 95 score counts a grand coup. (See Quicksight among the games, p. 40.)
Advisers: J. E. Sullivan, Secretary of Amateur Athletic Union; Dr. Luther M. Gulick, Director of Physical Training, New York Public Schools.
|FOR THOSE UNDER 14.||FOR THOSE OVER 14 AND UNDER 18.||FOR THOSE OVER 18.|
|44. Coup: Walk 3½ measured miles in 1 hr. (heel and toe)
Grand Coup: 4 miles
|Coup: 4½ miles in 1 hr.
Grand Coup: 5 m.
|Coup: 5½ miles.
Grand Coup: 6½ miles. (Rec. 7 miles, 1318 yds.)
|45. Coup: Walk ¼ mile in 4 m.
Grand Coup: ¼ mile in 3½ m.
|Coup: ¼ mile in 3 m.
Grand Coup: ¼ mile in ½ m.
|Coup: ¼ mile in 1 m. 50 s.
Grand Coup: 1 m. 40 s. (Rec. 1 m. 23 s.)
|46. Coup: Walk 1 mile in 12 m.
Grand Coup: 1 mile in 11 m.
|Coup: 1 mile in 10 m.
Grand Coup: 1 mile in 9½ m.
|Coup: 1 mile in 8½ m.
Grand Coup: 1 mile, 7 m. 45 s. (Rec. 6 m. 29⅗ s.)
- If a standard is desired for those under ten, it may be made by taking the coup of the 14-year-olds as the unit and subtracting 7½ and 15 per cent respectively for grand coup and coup when it ia distance, or adding to it 7½ and 15 per cent when it is lime.
- Records according to Spalding's Almanac.