Sport: Boston Aftermath

The case against rough-&-tumble professional hockey which nearly resulted in the death of Toronto's Irvin ("Ace") Bailey (TIME, Dec. 25) was peacefully resolved last week in Boston when Bailey was pronounced definitely out of danger. Though he may never again play hockey, he was able to sit up in bed, chat with newshawks, emphatically absolve "Eddie" Shore of the Boston Bruins who had tumbled him upon the ice. Said he: "I didn't see Eddie and he didn't see me and we crashed and that's all."

Managing Director Frank Patrick of (he National Hockey League...

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