From The Page (April/May, 1972):
TOURNEY IN THE BARONY OF THREE MOUNTAINS
To honour the lusty month of May, the Barony of the Three Mountains will hold a tournament on the 13th of May, AS 1972, AS VI. The site is the Oregon City High School practice field, Oregon City, Oregon (see map -- omitted).
Food and drink are to be provided by households or individuals. Facilities include restrooms, changing rooms, space for pavilions and parking areas. There will be music by the Master of the Baron's Music. Entertainment will include the Baron's minstrels, tumblers, and other performing artists. Festivities will begin at 12:00 noon. A chess match and a championship tournament will be included. For further information call or write teh Autocrat, Roy des Cascades (contact information omitted).
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held on the Oregon City High School Practice Field, Oregon City, OR. Roi de Cascades was the autocrat. The first event of the canton saw the members put out a fire at the school, from whence came the name of the canton.
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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