Medicine: Abduction from the Fort

Stanley Amborski took little part in athletics at Chicago's Bowen High School, but he was in the R.O.T.C. On graduation four years ago, at 17, he had a record of never absent, never tardy. Then he worked steadily (as a proofreader), attended three National Guard summer encampments. Stanley Amborski's health was no problem until a month ago when, ten days after his marriage, he was inducted into the Army.

At Fort Sheridan, Pvt. Amborski got his shots. Says he: "Those shots lowered my resistance. I was sent off to Fort Leonard Wood not feeling too good." At the Missouri camp he soon...

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