Sport: Stanley Cup: Apr. 4, 1932

The Stanley Cup. emblematic of the World's Professional Hockey Championship, is a trophy which mystifies many hockey enthusiasts in the U. S. In the first place, small, battered and made of pewter, its appearance is incongruous with its importance. In the second place, possession of the Stanley Cup is decided by a procedure which is almost ridiculous in its complexity. The National Hockey League, chief circuit of hockey, is divided into the American Group and the International Group, of four teams each. At the end of the...

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