Sport: Scoreless Wonders

The energetic Detroit Red Wings were obviously the class of big-time hockey. Sharpshooting Left Wing Ted Lindsay was the National Hockey League's leading scorer and Center Forward Sid Abel was runner-up. With such fire-power the Red Wings boomed past the mid-season mark last week safely entrenched in and with only one worry in the world: lately they couldn't beat the New York Rangers.

Last week, as the Wings took aim on the Rangers in Madison Square Garden, they were sore from two successive thumpings (1-0 and 2-1) by a team which had been...

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