# [r-t] Minor principles (MUG)

Tue Sep 7 21:13:06 UTC 2004

```Alexander Holroyd <holroyd at math.ubc.ca> wrote at 20:15:15 on Mon, 6 Sep
2004
>Or, rearranging eights to make it look more MUGgy:

Alternatively, a right-place block (not at all MUGgy):

-2-34-2-4-34-2-34-4 x3

One bell doesn't make 4ths at a 14, so we have to upset the flow of
eights, but we get a right-place 720 with no single changes:

123456   1  2  3  4  5  6
-------------------------
123564      x  -  x  -  p
523146      p     x  -  p
423516   -  p     x  -  p
364125      x  -  x     -
651243   x  -  x     -  p
235461   p  x  -  x     -
536421   p     p  -  x  -
214635   x  -  p  p  x  -
514236   x  -  x     p
514362   x  -  x  -  p
426531   p  p  x     x  -
215643   x  -  x     -  x
315462   -  x     -  p  -
615342   x  -  p     x
123456   x  -  x     -  p
-------------------------

= -2-34-2-6
-= -2-34-2-4
p= -34-2-34-6
x= -34-2-34-4

How best to describe it? A Little Treble Bob method (-34-1-2-34 lh2)
with bobs at 1/4 & 3/4 lead, plus switches between them?

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Regards
Philip