Rehabilitation Program Aids Wounded, Disabled Veterans
Wounded and permanently disabled veterans in the University are now receiving extensive aid from the Hygiene Department in overcoming their disabilities through physical therapy and corrective exercise.
Dr. Augustus Thorndike '17, former Director of the Reconditioning Division of the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, is in charge of the program, suggesting the treatment for each veteran before referring him to Norman W. Fradd, assistant director of the department of Physical Education, or James M. Cox, H.A.A. trainer.
Over 50 have already been sided by the program, with many more expected as soon as they can be contacted.