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a world's record for women, and her record of .583 per cent ringers in all her games in the preliminaries was another world's record.
     D. D. Cottrell, tournament manager and statistician; F. H. Marvin, assistant tournament manager.
OFFICIAL RECORDS, WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP,
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA., FEB. 20 TO MARCH I, 1928
Preliminaries - Women's Tournament

Name AddressWLPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis402009224204103.451
Mrs. M. Francisco, Columbus, Ohio31190962816669.578
Mrs. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.221566512234129.278
Mrs. A. Cummings, Minneapolis, Minn.1391224202165.109
Mrs. M. Ross, Detroit, Mich. 0429100170200.059
        Total101066628568976666.285

     Contestants finished preliminaries in the order given above, the first four playing in the finals.
Finals

Name AddressW LPtsRDRSPOPPct.
Mrs. Mayme Francisco, Columbus, O.9045024561446167.5493
Mrs. G. Brouillette, Minneapolis, Minn.6340924764450234.5489
Mrs. J. D. Young, Minneapolis, Minn.3625814824474372.312
Mrs. Alex Cumming, Minneapolis09106634378450.167
        Totals1818122370315317481223.420
Grand Totals, Preliminaries and Finals2828188998822127241889.363

     In the preliminaries, each woman pitched 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 most games the second week was declared world's champion.
     The four players winning in the order in finals as above, divided $250 in cash prizes as follows: First prize, $100 and championship gold medal; second prize, $75 ; third, $50 ; fourth $25 ; and a consolation prize of $5.00 in gold and a trophy was given to the fifth place.
     In the preliminaries, Mrs. Francisco pitched 21 ringers, 8 double ringers out of 28 shoes or .750 per cent in her game with Mrs. Cumming. In the finals Mrs. Brouillette equalled this record by pitching 21 ringers, 7 double ringers out of 28 shoes, or 750 per cent with Mrs. Cumming.
WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT AT EXPOSITION, ROCHESTER, N. Y., SEPTEB-
BER 3 TO 6, 1928, FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Preliminary Results

Name Address WLPtsRDRSPOPPct
Mrs. C. A. Lanham, Bloomington, Ill.7035019852384150.510
Miss Doris Perkins, Springfield. Mass.6134819550388179.503
Mrs. E. L. Cole, Ann Arbor, Mich.4331414529356204.404
Mrs. J. W. Hough, Willard, O4325412924376228.343
Mrs. M. Brouillette, Minneapolis4328614726378208.389
Mrs. N. D. Young, Minneapolis2521510213426318.239
Mrs. Alex Cumming, Minneapolis16109393364346.108
Miss Julia Cole, Ann Arbor, Mich.07107380368350.103
        Totals 28281983993197304 1983.327
     Contestants finished the preliminaries in the order named above. Mrs. Brouillette having a previous engagement to play exhibition games at the fair at Sandwich, Ill., accepted the fifth prize of $40 and the ties were not played off. Sixth prize, $30; seventh, $20; eighth $10. The game in the preliminaries between Mrs. Lanham and Miss Perkins was as follows:
Pts.RDRSPPct.
Mrs. Lanham 50541492.587
Miss Perkins48541892.587