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Sit start on a low, sharp double-crimp below the overhang, and move up to the left or right onto decent crimps and sidepulls. Pull out of the overhang to the slab face on good crimps. From here, climb the final 10 feet to the top on easy jugs. See pg. 165, picture B8 in Croft and Lewis's "Bishop Area Rock Climbs".
On Girl Rock, at the left hand side of the Northeast face, immediately right of a 2-ft-high boulder.
Pad, spotter. Be especially careful to cover the boulder to the immediate left with a small pad or some thick clothing, as it would be *very* easy to blow the first move and hit your head on this. If you possess the self-assuredness and style, heck, just do a Sherman the Vermin and wear your helmet...