Sport: Who Won, Mar. 22, 1943

> Detroit's Red Wings: the National Hockey League championship; for the fourth time in ten years; by defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs, 2-to-1, in the clinching game, before 10,000 fans; at Detroit. Despite transportation and manpower problems, the big-league hockey season was as lusty as ever. Attendance at the Red Wings' 25 home games soared to 270,000, an alltime Detroit record.

>Gregory Rice, still deferred from the armed forces because of a triple hernia: a two-and-a-half-mile race in 11 min., 23.3 sec.; breaking his own world's indoor record by 9.3 sec.; at...

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