Sport: Hawks

In hockey, a good defense man sometimes trips an opponent intentionally, on the theory that the two-minute penalty for tripping is less disadvantageous to his team than a goal scored against it. Last week the Chicago Black Hawks were leading the Detroit Red Wings two games to one in the final series for the world's championship Stanley Cup (TIME, April 16). In the fourth game, at Chicago, the score was still tied 0-to-0 after 30 minutes of overtime play when Cook, Chicago forward, got the puck in front of the Detroit goal....

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