Science: Hockey

Last week hockey news was enlivened by two incidents. First in the New York World, Helen Wills, retired tennis champion, published some pen and ink drawings of professional hockey play-ers—graphic, clear and undistinguished drawings, very creditable for a tennis player. And in Boston a crowd stimulated a hockey game between the Bruins and the St. Patrick's team by throwing onto the ice 76 American pennies, one Canadian penny, one broken bottle, 65 cigar and cigaret butts, countless programs, and the yolks, the whites and the shells of four eggs.

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