[r-t] Cambridge S Minor

Alex Byrne alex.byrne at btinternet.com
Sun Aug 28 19:32:46 UTC 2005

A friend of mine asked me whether it was possible to ring a variable-hunt
extent of Cambridge Minor. No problem, I thought, knowing that Tony Cox,
ages ago, came up with a very elegant peal using '34' singles and '14' bobs.
Must be possible to turn that into an extent somehow... mustn't it...?
Oh dear! Further inspection reveals that the 2 leads separated by a '34'
single are false against one another so a 720 on this plan is clearly
Using only these calls (and plain leads of course), can anyone help with
establishing the minimum length of a 'legitimate' touch (i.e. over 720
changes containing every row and no row repeated more than once, or over
1440 containing every row twice and no row repeated more than twice etc..)?
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