Sport: Storms Over St. Moritz

The winter Olympics opened with a maximum of angry yammering and a minimum of friendly yodeling. First, everybody mumbled all the fine words about "amity and good will." Then they went on with their scrapping. The Swedes charged that the games were being run for the benefit of St. Moritz hotels and shops. The British, of all people, deplored the emphasis on afternoon tea. The steering wheel of a U.S. bobsled was tampered with, and shrieks of "Sabotage!" echoed through the Alps and re-echoed across U.S. sport pages. But all this was nothing beside the War over the Two American Hockey...

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