Sport: Hockey Final

After the usual involved but lucrative series of preliminary playoffs, two teams of the National Hockey League survived to compete for the Stanley Cup, symbol of the world's championship— the Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Black Hawks. Wise money favored the Black Hawks, reasoned that the Canadiens were bruised and tired after their preliminary series with Boston, that Chicago, with its famed staff (biggest in hockey) of eleven forwards would come through if only on freshness. In the first game in Chicago, the Canadiens mustered speed for what seemed a dying effort,...

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