Sport: Bloodthirsty Boston

At professional hockey games Ottawa and Winnipeg crowds respond to scientific team-play. In Manhattan clever work by visitors often wins great applause. Detroit and Chicago spectators are prone to throw eggs when matters displease them. But nowhere is sheer roughness on the ice a greater drawing card than in bloodthirsty Boston. There one night last week fans got more than their money's worth when the Toronto Maple Leafs trounced the Boston Bruins 4-to-1.

Throughout the first period the referees shut their eyes to the fiercest kind of rough-&-tumble while Bostonians screeched their delight. In...

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