From The Page (April, 1971):
SPRING TOURNEY - BARONY OF MADRONE April 17, 1971
This is the first event in a big week-end for the northwest. It will be followed by a Revel in Olympia, andon the next day the hardy can continue down to Portalnd for the Three Mountains Tournament.
The Madrone Tourney will be on Foster Is. in the Arboretum, Seattle, from noon until dusk. Besides fighting, participants may engage in dancing, feasting (BYOE) and Medieval games. The autocrat of Gwynfdd of Ogg, Mistress of the Arts (phone).
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held on Foster Island, in the Arboretum, Seattle, WA. Gwynned of Ogg and Crispus Alexander replaced Barony Raymond as autocrats. 150 people attended, including a dozen fighters. After the tourney a revel was held at the home of Baron Raymond the Mild.
Description of this event,
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