Held in Duval, WA. Notice having not made it in the Page the event was declared unofficial and therefore not a Coronet Tourney. The day was hot and fair. Many went and lent color to the Duval Bicentennial Parade. A group of Monboggians attacked the parade but were beaten off. Then everyone returned to the UnTourney site. Edward Zifran won the lists, naming his lady Almatea Queen of Love and Beauty, and Sweetheart of Duval. The Mucking Great Maul was awarded to one Zeke. All retired to an unravel at Wakefield Castle.
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