Sorry, Ray - this is a case of really bad sloppiness on my part - one which confounds an important scientific distinction.
O-F published two sets of indices - one for DNA relative to the DNA bases tcag and one for RNA rlative to the RNA bases ucag (with u instead of t.)
Since we're dealing with codon:anticodon interactions that occur between messenger RNA (mRNA) and transfer RNA (tRNA), we use the RNA O- F indices to compute our e.
And the values I provided ARE for the RNA O-F indices - it's just that because I've adopted the usual convention of talking about codons as DNA codons with t bases, I thought it would simplify to present the pairs with t instead of u. And then. of course, I didn't do this completely.
So, anyway, all u's, no t's, with the understanding that anywhere you see a t in our in other discussions, it should really be a u.