In one of the columns of an Atlanta paper last month which presented excerpts of collegian comment from the Georgia Tech student publication, a question asked by one of the student writers was "Why must a student spend half a day waiting in line at the infirmary to get a two minute incomplete medical examination and six sample pills?"
Evidently the unhappy innocent has not yet enjoyed the pleasures of an Army or Navy sick call. But regardless, he should consider it part of his educational training in preparation for life under the government's Medicare for all.
(c) The Bulletin of the Muscogee County (Georgia) Medical Society, "The Doctor's Lounge", Mar 1964, Vol. XI No.3, p.17