Sport: Scoreboard, Jan. 13, 1958

¶Only the puck went unscathed in Boston last week when every Boston Bruin and Montreal Canadien swarmed out on the ice for a spectacular 14-minute brawl. After them skidded skateless cops, pratfalling through a Mack Sennett routine, while frantic officials whistled out a string of 27 penalties. At game's end (Montreal 4, Boston 3) the skating wounded included Boston's Leo Labine (five stitches in the forehead) and Jack Bionda (mashed hand), and Montreal's Henri Richard (six stitches in the scalp).

¶Sprinter Bobby Morrow, the handsome Texan who ran off with three Gold Medals...

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