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

     The four players, winning in the order above divided $355 in cash, as follows: first prize $150 and championship gold medal; second prize $100; third $60 and fourth $45.
     The first week each woman played each other one 50-point game. The second week the four highest each pitched each other one 50-point game each day for three days. The winner of the most games the second week was declared world's champion.
OFFICIAL RECORDS WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT ST. PETERSBURG, FLA., FEBRUARY 14-23, 1927
Preliminaries
WLPts.RDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. M. Francisco, Columbus, O402008617226126.381
Mrs. D. Cole Grand Rapids, Mich.311848819248158.355
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.221908711260167.335
Mrs. J. W. Hough, Willard, O13159749260170.285
Mrs. N. E. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.048852619820.263
        Totals1010821387621192821.325
    Finishing in the order above, the four leading players competed in the finals, and $5.00 in cash was awarded fifth place.
Finals
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.8144224654502283.4703
Mrs. M. Francisco Columbus, O7241725256536280.4701
Mrs. D. Cole, Grand Rapids, Mich.3632120645526415.392
Mrs. J. W. Hough, Willard, O0924815728508450.309
        Totals1818142886118320721428.416
Grand totals. Prelims. and Finals28282249124824532642249.382
     Contestants finished as noted above, and divided $185 in cash prizes first prize $100, second $50, third $25 and fourth $10. Mrs. Francisco won the only game Mrs. Brouillette lost.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT, DULUTH, MINN., AUGUST
8-15, 1927 FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Preliminaries
NAME ADDRESS WLPtsRDRSPOPPct
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington, Ill703501695029080.583
Mrs. M. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.6133816042330137.485
Mrs. D. M. Cole, Grand Rapids, Mich.5231014419404214.356
Mrs. John Dahl Minneapolis. Minn.4327811214386217.290
Mrs. C. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.34231756386263.122
Miss Julia Cole, Grand Rapids, Mich.16142411462344.089
Mrs. W. Frederickson Minneapolis Minn.16145591426338.112
Mrs. O. E. Witt Hibbing, Minn.16140423452341.093
       Totals2828193480213631361934.256
     Ties for sixth, seventh and eighth places were played off, resulting as shown above. The first four named took part in the finals: fifth, sixth and seventh places divided $15 00- --$7.50. $5.00 and $3.50.
Finals
NAME ADDRESSWLPtsRDRSPOPPct
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington Ill.8141224167430187.560
Mrs. M. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.7238424859442228.561
Mrs. D. M. Cole. Grand Rapids Mich.3631121142541420.388
Mrs. John Dahl Minneapolis, Minn.0917812719442450.285
        Totals1818128582718718581285.445
Grand Totals of Prelims. and Finals46463219162932347943219.327
     Contestants finished as noted above and divided $185 in cash prizes- $100, and championship gold medal; $50, $25 and $10.
     Mrs. Lanham, in the preliminaries, in her game with Mrs. Young, broke the world's record for women for percentage of ringers in a National Tournament by pitching 20 ringers, 8 doubles in 24 shoes, for a percentage of .833. Mrs. Lanham averaged .569 per cent ringers in the whole tournament, which was