Sport: Rangers v. Maroons

Lawrence Stanley, Governor General of Canada in the early nineties, put up a cup to be held for a year by the hockey team that won the world's championship. After each series of games the cup is filled with champagne and each player on the winning team takes a drink out of it. It is a battered cup. It has been dropped in trains and automobiles; players have scratched their names on it with penknives. Last week in Montreal the Stanley Cup was once more filled and passed around and the team that drank...

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