Sport: Scoreboard, Apr. 29, 1957

¶ Just a bit irritated because the Boston Bruins kept them from taking the Stanley Cup hockey playoffs in four straight games, the Montreal Canadiens went into the fifth game in their home-town Forum with fists, sticks and shoulders flying By the time the last man had picked himself otf the ice, les Canadiens had won 5-1 earned the National Hockey League championship for the second straight year

¶Pretty Patricia McCormick, winner of both Olympic gold medals for women's diving, won her final and most important prize as an amateur. For the outstanding contribution to amateur sportsmanship during 1956, the...

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