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HORSESHOE PITCHING ---- HOW TO PLAY THE GAME      65

WLPts.RDRSPOPPct.
Alvin May, Akron, O7857437103396682.488
Brundige, Columbus, Ohio6955139688894657.443
Blair Nunemaker, Cleveland, Ohio51057340984958684.426
Carroll Jackson, Kellerton, Iowa.41147782775766652.426
Chas. Heimbaugh, Akron. Ohio41153641479920657.450
Jos. Wilkinson, Kenmore, Ohio41158343996942654.466
Willie Witt, Akron, Ohio31248636582880714.415
Jack Doyle, Cleveland, Ohio21338229551812745.363
       Totals120120948368631657141289483.486
     Total prizes for men, $900. First prize $250 and gold medal; 2nd $150, 3rd $100, 4th $75, 5th $50, 6th $40 7th $35, 8th $30, 9th and 10th $25 each, 11th to 16th inclusive $20 each.
     All games in both the eliminations and the finals were 50 points. Buckman and C. Brundige pitched a 50-point game to decide a tie. C. Jackson, Heimbaugh and Wilkinson played off a tie, each playing the other one 50-point game. Each won one game and then drew for place
World's Records for this Tournament
     First, Yocum pitched .777 per cent ringers in his game with C. Jackson; then F. Jackson made- .800 per cent, ringers in winning his game with Nunamaker, pitching 32 ringers, 12 doubles in 40 shoes. In total number of ringers and double ringers, Davis made 50 points, 60 ringers and 20 double ringers in winning his game from L. May, who made 48 points, 56 ringers, 14 doubles in 92 shoes. This was a world's record in number of ringers and doubles, and for both players in total number of ringers and doubles. The next game Davis played he broke this record with F. Jackson; Davis, 50 points, 63 ringers, 18 doubles; Frank Jackson, 45 points, 59 ringers, 18 doubles, 94 shoes pitched. This game, at the end of this tournament stood as a world's record in the largest number of ringers and doubles for Davis and in the largest total number of ringers and doubles for both players in a 50-point game. Davis, Geo. May and Loren May each broke the previous record of Harold Falor at St. Petersburg, Fla., in Feb., 1923, of .5534 per cent ringers for the whole tournament.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, MEN'S TOURNAMENT, LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA, FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP, FEBRUARY 18-23, 1924
NAME ADDRESS WLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
C. C. Davis, Cleveland Ohio 22011005861681012364.579
Frank Jackson, Kellerton, Iowa 20210685971541162526.614
Putt Mossman, Eldora, Iowa 19310616121391262609.485
Loren May, Akron, Ohio 19310485801391172542.495
Jas. McDonald Lake Worth, Fla.17510425521221310742.421
A. J. Buckman, Fremont O 1669915221261126611.464
Geo. W. Randol, Huntington, Ind.1579495191061274770.408
C. R. Thompson, Tampa Fla. 1579705241161292774.406
L. A. Red field, Shortsville, N. Y157901506931378917.367
Fred Brundige, Columbus, 0 139903474961256825.377
Henry Born, Atlantic City, N. J.913857408691242896.329
Glen B. Porter, Glendale, Calif. 913844474811382994.343
T. C. Reed, McKeesport, Pa 913867487781416943.344
John W. Feasel, Columbus O 913782421661272862.330
John R. Michael, Miami, Fla. 814769389641218894.319
D. T. Leonard, Adams Basin, N. Y.814826433741288910.336
Geo. F. Ritchey, Columbus, O 715754442691296944.341
Fred W. Nussbaum, Daytona, Fla. 616738405651814996.308
C. E. Mallery, Wadsworth, O 6167453795213001000.292
O. J. Hawkins, Newark, Ohio 4186513634612861000.283
H. E. Ringer, Spokane, Wash 4186483274012521017.261
J. F. Francisco, St. Petersburg Fla. 2204792332212141096.192
Earle A. Crane, Daytona, Fla. 1213301691210601091.159
        Totals 242242193251040219962878419323.362

     Contestants placed as they appear above. Total prizes for men, $1830; first prize $500, and gold medal; 2nd prize $300: 3rd $200, 4th $175, 5th $150 6th $100, 7th $80, 8th $75, 9th $60, 10th $50, 11th $40 12th $30, 13th $25, 14th $20, 15th $15, 16th $10.