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She played in two Women's World Championship tournaments, sharing third place with Sonja Graf, behind Vera Menchik and Clarice Benini at Stockholm 1937, and taking sixth place at Buenos Aires 1939 (V. Menchik won).
- Full name: Milda Modrite Lauberte, according to Passengers of the Piriápolis; married name: Milda Endzelins.
- Campeonato Mundo femenino
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