Sport: Springtime in Boston Garden

Hockey fans, like the game they yell at, are not polite. All season in Toronto, they had grumbled about mild-mannered Harry Watson. He seemed backward about parting the enemy's hair with his hockey stick. He was too gentlemanly—a bad thing in present-day hockey, and especially during the Stanley Cup playoffs, when the players are tearing one another limb from limb. Last week in Boston Garden, Harry squared himself with Toronto fans, anyway. With seven or eight piston-like punches, he broke the nose of Boston Bruins Murray Henderson.

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