Medicine: Bad Boy

When Harold Arnold, 14, who lives with his parents on an old houseboat at Edgewater, N. J., entered school this term he proved himself a very bad boy. He chased his teacher about the room with a long, heavy stick until she jumped on a desk, screaming for help. He threw blackboard erasers and handfuls of chalk at teachers and pupils. One day he caught another pupil and banged his head on a concrete floor. Another time he chased frantic children with a rusty, 8-in. knife. He rubbed poison ivy on the faces...

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