Henry Jackson, "Busher," hockey player (b at Toronto 19 Jan 1911; d there 6 June 1966). He joined Toronto Maple Leafs in 1929 and played left wing on the famous "Kid Line," with Joe Primeau and Charlie Conacher. He led the NHL in scoring 1932-33 and compiled a record of 241 goals and 475 points, adding 18 goals in playoffs. He was long denied recognition of his fine career, even nomination to the Hockey Hall of Fame, because of his alleged drinking problem. He gained entry in 1971, 5 years after his death.