Colonel James A. Kilian, former commandant of Lichfield's ill-famed loth Reinforcement Depot, squared his shoulders last week at the court-martial of one of his prison guards, glared at the assistant prosecutor, and rasped:
"Time after time I have had it hammered into my head by you that I will have to stand trial myself in this case. You have told me that the hot potato was being passed right into my lap."
"You are still of that opinion?"
"I am, but I also think some miracle might happen, which you can't prevent, which might result in my not being tried."
Then, after 55...