Sport: On Ice

Stunt fliers, automobile racers, pearl divers, bull fighters risk wicked wounds in the exercise of their bodies for gold. Not so fisticuffers, footballers, baseball players, golf champions who make most of the money. This winter, however, has seen a shift in money values which brings one sport at least nearer a financial level with its vicious risks. Professional hockey players are being bartered for many thousands, receiving presumably increasingly fat dividends for their efforts. One rumor floats about that the Montreal Canadians hold Howie Morenz, greatest of all hockey players, for a $100,000 bid....

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