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Mix and bake 12 batches of good bread by a camp fire in a Dutch oven, frying pan or reflector, for coup; 12 such batches, including all 3 methods, for grand coup. Patent flour not to be used. I-II

Identify 25 wild plants having edible roots, shoots, leaves, fruit, seed or nuts, and describe the method of preparing each for eating, for coup. Identify 50 such plants, submit recipes for cooking 10 of them, and actually prepare 5, for grand coup. III

Boil 1 quart of water without a kettle or other metal or bought vessel, for coup. Do this in 2 different ways, for grand coup. II

Boil 1 quart of water in a 2-quart, uncovered pail in 12 minutes, for coup, or in 9 minutes for grand coup. Allowed, 1 unsplit log and one axe or hatchet; fire to be made by self, and time to be counted from the beginning of the wood cutting until the water boils. The water is boiling when it is bubbling all over the surface. All work must be done by self. II

Cook 12 digestible meals using ordinary camp equip- ment, of various menus to serve 2 or more persons, properly disposing of waste, for coup. 24 such meals, for grand coup. I-II—IV

Without pots or cans, cook a digestible meal including fish or meat, potatoes or some other vegetable, and bread, for coup. Cook 3 such meals with dilferent menu each time, for grand coup. II

CAMPERCRAFT

Guess 1 inch, 1 foot, 1 yard, 1 rod, 1 acre, 100 yards, 200 yards, IA mile, 1/2 mile and 1 mile, for coup, total average within 20% of accuracy; within 10% for grand coup. I-II

Guess the height of 10 trees or other high things, and the weight of 10 stones or other things ranging from 1 ounce to 50 pounds, total average within 10% of accuracy, for coup; within 5% for grand coup. I-II

Measure the height of 10 trees without climbing, or 10 distances across a river without crossing, total average within 10% of accuracy, for coup; within 5% for grand coup. Tools: an axe and a pocket rule or tape line only. I-II