Bill, we were trying to do the East Ridge of Teewinot, but ended up climbing something on the North side. We described it in the Jenny Lake ranger logbook, and I saw it listed as either a route or perhaps a variation in subsequent Ortenburger editions. Whether this insignificant bungle has survived in modern Teton guides I cannot say.
Although I don't, think, in retrospect, that the Ortenburger guide was very good, one should note that much of Teton rock has a jumbled structure that is very hard to describe, and at the time the majority of my rock-climbing experience came from the 60-foot bluffs of Devil's Lake, Wisconsin. It's amusing to make fun of the guide as I did, and as Mark has mentioned I'm not the only person who thought it was opaque, but our own inexperience in the mountain environment is more to blame than any failure of clarity on Ortenburger's part. It was, after all, the East Ridge. How effin' hard is it to follow a damn ridge to the top?
I believe we continued to blunder up a route or two on the south side of Disappointment Peak and, a little later, climbed a variation of a route I'm blanking on by McCarthy and Chouinard on one of the South buttresses of Mt. Moran.