Excerpt from The Creighton Chronicle, Vol. 14: November, 1922
There are many strange conclusions one can reach in regard to human nature after a sojourn in a medical clinic - especially from experience in the eye, ear, nose, and throat section, where patients are found to be slightly deaf, sight badly deranged, noses obstructed and throats infected. Yet these same people do not seem to be actually aware of such disorders, or else an insane fear of medical correction holds them silent.
Tony of course underwent the eye inspection until Bendlage gave up in despair.
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