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5 per cent of accuracy, for grand coup. Only axe and pocket rule or tape line permitted. I Log-riding. Tread a saw—log 100 yards in any time, with- out going overboard, for coup. Do it 100 yards and back in 30 minutes, for grand coup. This means standing. A pole may be used to balance, but not to be rested on shore or another log. I Paddle 1 mile alone, using single blade, in canoe not less than 15 feet long, on water without favoring wind or current: Under 14: 14 min., coup; 13 min., grand coup. I 14 to 16: 13 min., coup; 12 min., grand coup. I Over 16: 11 min., coup; 10 min., grand coup. I Alone, or as active member of a crew, paddle, row or pole 5 miles a day for 5 successive days, each day making a note and sketch or photo of some interesting scene, for coup. Paddle, row, or pole 10 miles a day for 10 days within 21 day limit, making each day note and sketch or photo of some interesting scene, for grand coup. I Canoeman. Alone in a canoe, single paddle, in deep water with fair breeze, fall overboard with paddle, replace paddle properly in canoe, climb in without shipping water, and paddle to shore for coup. In addition to this, turn over canoe, right it and empty it while still in deep water, canoe to be at least 16 feet long, for grand coup. (This should not be attempted by any but adults, because of physical strain of emptying canoe.) I Canoe Voyager. Do equal share of paddling on trip that includes paddling 80 miles within 5 days, making own camp every night, and carry all necessary duffle, for coup. 150 miles within 10 days, for grand coup. I Tandem Paddling. Paddle stern over a triangular course, keeping boat under control, and giving all commands to bow, shifting sides not more than twice, for one-half hour, in rough weather, and make a safe landing, for con . Do same alone in canoe, for grand coup. (Stern paddling is not done by using paddle as a rudder, but by scientific “tripping.” Rough weather means wind blowing hard enough to raise whitecaps.) I Paddle bow, steering well without waiting for orders from stern, 2 miles upstream (with decided current), at least some twisting portion of which is too narrow to turn canoe around in, returning immediately 2 miles down, 72