Medicine: A. M. A. at New Orleans

At Warm Springs, Ga., whither Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York goes for the lessons in walking which he has needed since infantile paralysis attacked him eleven years ago, he last week clambered onto a wooden table fastened to the bottom of his glass-enclosed bathing pool. Helen Lauer, his physiotherapist, clad like him in a bathing suit, helped him onto the table where he lay supine, partially submerged and buoyed up by a foot of water. Miss Lauer, 35, 5 ft. 5 in., hazel of...

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