TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1920


The 224th Recorded Meeting in the 248th year of
The Society of Archers
held at Settle, North Yorkshire
on 7th September 1920

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Settle. September 7th 1920


Be it well remembered that the archers assembled on the ground of the North Ribblesdale Archers this day at 10 in the forenoon & after the necessary business had been transacted began shooting at 10.34. With his 46th arrow Mr C K Philips hit the gold and thus became Captain for 1920. Colonel R Pole Stuart with his 17th arrow hit the red and thus became Lieutenant. Shooting was continued for the accustomed two hours. After dinner the shooting was continued for another two hours ending at 4.10. Six dozen arrows were shot in the morning & six dozen & a half during the afternoon.

Mrs Edgar and Mrs Fowle very kindly gave the archers tea upon the ground. After tea Mrs Edgar presented the prizes.

Votes of thanks were proposed by the Captain, seconded by the Lieutenant, & unanimously accorded to the North Ribblesdale Archers for allowing the use of their excellent ground and targets, to Mrs Edgar for presenting the prizes & to Mrs Edgar & Mrs Fowle who most kindly provided tea.


PRIZES 1920

The Scorton Trophies
Antient Silver and Captaincy for 1920

...

C K Philips
Silver Bugle and Lieutenancy

...

R P Stuart
Gold Medal and Captain of Numbers
...
C K Philips
Gold Medal for Highest Score
...
R P Stuart
Antient Horn Spoon
...
R P Stuart
Silver Cup and Sweepstake for Best Gold
...
R E Stuart
Sweepstake for Most Golds
...
C K Philips
The Thirsk Insignia for Yorkshiremen
The Silver Arrow & Gold Quiver, for Highest Score
...
R E Stuart
The Thirsk Bugle for most Hits
...
R E Stuart
The Thirsk Silver Medal for Best Gold
...
R E Stuart

TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1920

Name
Notes
Golds
Reds
Blues
Blacks
Whites
Hits
Score
1
Col R Pole Stuart
Lieutenant to the Arrow
2
14
18
9
24
57
257
2
Maj R E Stuart
-
1
0
6
6
9
22
66
3
C K Philips
Captain to the Arrow
3
13
23
19
20
78
310

MINUTES

Proposed by Mr C K Philips,

Seconded by Col. R Pole Stuart,

That it should be considered at the meeting next year whether the retainable brooch for the Captain should be discontinued owing to its high cost, whether a cheaper brooch could be obtained or whether the Captain should be permitted to secure one at his own expense.

also

Proposed by the Rev C Hutton Coates,

Seconded by Major R E Stuart,

That a custodian, such as a Bank for preference, be appointed, who would be prepared to undertake the custody of such trophies, insignia and records for the holders for the year, who do not wish, or who are unable to retain them in their own possession.

 


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