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Coups and Degrees 359 in town and tell where you found them. Indicate the distin- guishingmarksof policemen, park policemen, traffic squad,strong- arm squad, etc. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. £lazes and Signs. Make the four usual Indian Signs or Blazes on tree trunk, in twigs, grass, stones, give the smoke signals, and add twenty-five other signs or pictographs used by the Indians. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. Herald. Open and lead the Council, light the sacred fire, per- forming the Peace Pipe ceremony and the Naming ceremony. Know three Indian dances, songs, and the Omaha Invocation. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. Peace Messenger. Know 100 signs of the Sign Language and translate into English from any other language sentences amounting to 300 words, coup; know 200 signs and translate from Vno languageg;^fanJ coup. ,-> Have planned, made, and established a Council Ring, coup or grand coup according to merit. Map. ^ ' ' " correct map of a region one mile long, one quarter mile wide, such as a mile of highway, taking in one eighth of a mile on each side, marking every house, fence, hill, and prominent tree, etc. When there is a stream, indicate the size, speed, gallons it runs per hour, and bridges. Coup or grand coup, according to merit. Sweat Lodge. Make and use properly a Sweat Lodge three times in one week, in two of the times it may be given to another person for coup. Run a Sweat Lodge successfully for one month, treating at least a dozen patients, grand coup. Bow and Arrows. Make a bow and six arrows that will carry 100 yards, coup; 150 yards, grand coup. Tomtom. Make and decorate a tomtom; coup or grand coup, according to merit. Archery (Revised by Will H. Thompson, of Seattle, Wash.) Make a total score of 300 with sixty shots (in one or two meets) four-foot target at forty yards (or three-foot target at thirty . yacdii), for coup; make 400 for grand coup. Shoot so fast and far as to have six arrows in the air at once, for coM^/ seven for grand coup. (According to Catlin, the record iseighU)^ For children (under ten), to send an arrow ninety yards, coup; m 5 /yards, ^ranJ coup. For those ten to fourteen, to send an ^%itsw 125 yards, coup; 150, grand coup. For those fourteen to