Sport: Rough Stuff

Sooner or later spectators at a professional hockey game are probably going to witness a homicide. In the third period of a Manhattan game between the New York Americans and the Boston Bruins last week, the Americans' brash young forward Lloyd ("Dede") Klein collided with the Bruins' 200-lb. center, Nelson Stewart. Annoyed, Klein whacked Stewart with his stick. Furious, Stewart punched Klein's jaw. One of the referees separated the fighters, ordered them off the ice. When the referee turned his back, Stewart raised his stick with both hands and brought it down...

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