Sport: Stanley Cup: Apr. 8, 1935

To U. S. sports enthusiasts who appreciate the simplicity of the World Series, in which the two best baseball teams in the U. S. play each other, the complexities which determine possession of the Stanley Cup, emblematic of the world's championship at hockey, are entirely incomprehensible. In professional hockey, there is only one major league, divided for convenience & profit into two "groups" whose members play against each other regularly. Instead of awarding the Stanley Cup each season to the best team, officials of the National Hockey League hold not one but five...

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