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OFFICIAL RECORDS FOR WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT FOR WORLD'S
CHAMPIONSHIP, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA., FEBRUARY 20-24, 1922
WLPtsR
Mrs. Mayme Francisco, Columbus, O206315
Mrs. Hardy Bryan, St. Petersburg, Fla.126112
Miss Marjorie Vorhees, Asbury Park, N. J.12488
Mrs. Henry Hill, Cuyahoga Falls, O12346
6620641
     A silver cup was given to the winner which was the only prize awarded. 21-point games were played and no record was kept of the double ringers made or the shoes pitched.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT, FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP,
DES MOINES, A., AUGUST 30, 1922
NAME ADDRESSWLRDR
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington, Ill8010814
Mrs. Mayme Francisco, Muskegon, Mich.718813
Mrs. C. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.62667
Mrs. Chas. Heimbaugh, Akron, O536614
Mrs. Alex Cumming, Minneapolis, Minn.44478
Mrs. John Dahl, Minneapolis, Minn.35410
Mrs. Geo. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.26482
Mrs. A. F. Hay, Minneapolis, Minn.17445
Mrs. Thos. Heenan, Minneapolis, Minn.08341
        Totals 363654264
Contestants finished in the order named above, with $100 in cash prizes, ranging from $25 for first to $5 for eighth prize.
WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP, HELD AT ST.
PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, FEB. 23, 1923
NAME ADDRESSWLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. M. Francisco, Muskegon, Mich.502501142125295.452
Mrs. R. A. Bishop, Battle Cr'k, Mich.322149311314160.296
Mrs. E Tuttle, Walled Lake, Mich.322047710332207.231
Mrs. D. M. Cole, G'nd Rapids, Mich.23176845312210.245
Mrs. R. Bryan, St. Petersburg, Fla.231797610312207.243
Mrs. N. Royer, St. Petersburg, Fla.0510649232250.153
        Totals151511294935918721129.263
     Total women's prizes, $145. First prize $75 and gold medal; 2nd prize, $35; 3rd prize, $25: 4th prize, $10.
     Women pitched 30 feet. Best game was Mrs. Mayme Francisco, 50 points 21 ringers, 4 double ringers in 42 shoes, or 50 per cent., against Mrs. Doris Cole, who made 12 points, 9 ringers and no doubles. This: was a world's record game for women.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO,
FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP, SEPT. 22, 1923
NAME ADDRESSWLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. J. F. Francisco, Columbus, O7035014525384152.378
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington, Ill6134814736316111.465
Mrs. C. Heimbaugh, Akron, O5228811617370203.314
Mrs. Geo. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.432699211498289.185
Mrs. C. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.34248739432271.169
Mrs. Doris M. Cole, Grand Rapids, Mich.25229757432281.174
Mrs. Alex Cumming, Minneapolis, Minn.16163423474337.089
Mrs. Thos. Heenan, Minneapolis, Minn.0799170406350.042
        Totals2828199470710833121994.214
     Contestants finished in the order named. Total prizes for women, $300.