From a sds on the far right on low opposing slopers, bump to and slide left along the sloper rail. Stay low and continue further left than #7 via more heel-hooks, body tension and long reaches to topout with #10.
12. Mopping Up V1 ... FA: Unknown
Start at the base of a gash about 15 feet right of #s 13 & 14. The gash narrows to a thin seam after a few feet, but edges will get you to the top where a jug awaits.
From the first juggy flake on the prow, steer right around the corner up edges. Continue to the top past edges and knobs to a large dish/hueco up top. Airy and fun.
14. Bucket V4 ... FA: Rob Candelaria, 1975 *
Climb juggy flakes up the west face of the leaning prow up to a slopey beachball ledge. From there, do a scary and committing reach or throw to the very top of the prow above what is certainly a no-fall landing. Fun until the end and then extremely committing. Game on!
Hand-traverse the detached right-arching ledge system up and right and pull over. Pray the entire bulge doesn’t detach any further while you're on it.
16. Brown Glass Overhang V6/7 sds ... FA: Justin Jaeger, 2002 *
Before the Trash Bash Era, hundreds of broken bottles resided at this problem's base. They're all gone now and all that remains is this really good problem. Begin from a sds matched on the sloping shelf down low on the arête and bump your way up bad holds down low on the arête. The difficulties mercifully come early, then you slide right and finish straight up. As of 2009, holds down low have broken twice, making it a bit burlier than it once was.
Climb pebbles and edges up the 20'+ rounded arête on the right. Bring numerous pads to protect you from the exposed leg- and ankle-breaking roots below and spotters to protect you from the mellon-splattering blocks behind them. A better idea is not to fall.
Start up mostly pebbles on the slabby shield down low, then pull a small roof via some good flakes and go up and left to the top. Quite possibly the best highball V1 on the mountain ... actually ... #22 may be better!
20. Right V V0 X ... FA: Unknown
21. Left V V2 X ... FA: Unknown
On the left side of the wall, climb jugs and low-angled rock to the jug-haul roof just left of the topout for #21. Awesome!
24. Stem Rise V2 X ... FA: Rob Candelaria, 1974/5
Stem off of the top of left side of the meddling boulder behind you on #23 to establish up on the face just left of #23. Now you are faced with a 30' (maybe taller), lichen-infested and somewhat chossy slab that has probably only seen a couple of ascents. Climb the line of least resistance past some obvious features to the top. When I repeated it a few years ago, I was not a happy camper up there, as I made no efforts to preclean it. Variation - Project V?: A direct and proper start to #24 that would start at the jug seems feasible ... assuming you are interested in doing the rest of this committing and dirty highball.