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HORSESHOE PITCHING ---- HOW TO PLAY THE GAME      75

OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT, LAKE WORTH FLORIDA
FEBRUARY 16-28, 1925, FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP Preliminaries
NAME ADDRESSWLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington, Ill.804001794730484.589
Mrs. M. Francisco, St. Petersburg Fla.7139918149346108.523
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.5332913520404224.334
Mrs. B. Bescancon, Detroit, Mich.5328210814408247.265
Mrs. C. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.5333012817492258.260
Mrs. Doris Cole Grand Rapids, Mich.352238712432329.201
Mrs. Thos. Heenan, Minneapolis, Minn.26183443476367.092
Mrs. A. Cumming, Minneapolis, Minn.17179523458361.113
Hazel Worth, Lake Worth Fla. 0853120388400.031
        Totals 3636237892616537082378.249
     Players finished as shown above, the first four named playing in the finals, Fifth prize $40 6th prize $30, seventh prize $20, eighth prize $15, ninth, $10. Total $115.
     Mrs. Brouillette. Mrs. Besancon and Mrs. Young each played each other one 50-point game to decide the tie resulting in the places as given above.
     In the preliminaries each played the other one 50-point game. The four highest played each other one 50-point game each day for three days the second week. The one winning the most games the second week was declared world's champion.
FINALS
NAME ADDRESSWLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. C. A. Lanham. Bloomington, Ill8144024576428182.572
Mrs. M Francisco St. Petersburg, Fla.7243629170566283.514
Mrs. G. Brouillette. Minneapolis, Minn.3623416930452380.376
Mrs. B. Besancon, Detroit, Mich.0918514022454450.307
        Totals1818129584519819001295.445
Grand Totals Prelims. and Finals54543673177136356083678.316
     Players finished as noted above. First prize $150 and gold medal; 2nd prize $100; 3rd prize $75; 4th prize $55. Total $380.
     Mrs. Francisco had the honor of winning the only game that Mrs. Lanham lost. Mrs. Lanham broke her own world's record of .527 per cent ringers made at the 1924 Lake Worth tournament by pitching .589 per cent ringers in the preliminaries and .572 in the finals, or an average of .579 for the whole tournament. She had the honor here of establishing a new world's record for percentage of ringers for women in a National tournament.
     Tournament manager, Al Michler: statistician, D. D. Cottrell, assisted by W. H. Motz; chief score keeper, Al F. King; Field manager, Clark Wallis. Games pitched on clay courts.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.,
FEBRUARY 8-18 1926, FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
NAME ADDRESS WLPtsRDRSPOPPct
Mrs. G. Brouillette Minneapolis, Minn.5025012623286180.441
Mrs. M. Francisco, St. Petersburg, Fla.4122710617266157.398
Mrs. B. Besancon, Detroit, Mich.3222410820332192.325
Mrs. E. L. Cole Grand Rapids, Mich.23178816346230.237
Mrs. C. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.141778413328220.256
Mrs. Alex. Cumming, Minneapolis Minn.05123454294250.153
        Totals151511795508618521179.297
     Contestants finished in the order above named, the first four, playing in the finals, and fifth and sixth place being awarded $30 and $20 cash prizes respectively.
Finals
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis. Minn.9045022838516260.432
Mrs. M. Francisco St. Petersburg, Fla.6342122247516274.430
Mrs. B. Besancon, Detroit, Mich.3631617028536422.317
Mrs. E, L. Cole, Grand Rapids, Mich.0021011514496450.232
        Totals1818140673012720641406.354
Grand totals, Prelims. and Finals33332585128021339162585.328