Sport: Hockey's New Look

Toronto's rough, tough Maple Leafs, known as hockey's bad men, had no corner on rowdiness. The Detroit Red Wings, no sissies themselves, met them whack for whack two weeks ago. Last week, with the two teams neck & neck (or throat to throat) for the National Hockey League lead, 13,284 Torontonians turned out to see another battle of bashed heads.

In the first period, Detroit's aggressive Gordon Howe knocked Toronto's Joe Klukay into the boards. He lay there unconscious for a few seconds. The crowd booed, and sat back hopefully for more of the same....

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