Sport: Stanley Cup: Apr. 24, 1933

Smallest player on the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team is their reserve right wing, 137-lb. Ken Doraty. In a way his insignificant appearance is an advantage: opposing defensemen find it hard to be prepared for the sudden bursts of speed his short legs can achieve. A bigger man is a better target for a bodycheck. Last fortnight little Doraty, at the end of his first year in major league hockey, did something that should insure him more: he ended an historically long game (2 hr. 44 min. 46 sec.) by scoring the goal against...

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