An Oscar-like award from the American Medical Association’s International Health & Medical Film Competition, for the year’s best medical films, videos, and Websites, given annually in November in San Francisco
The Slot was the metaphor that expressed the class cleavage of Society, and no man crossed this metaphor, back and forth, more successfully than Freddie Drummond.
At first, Freddie Drummond found it monstrously difficult to get along among the working people.
A box factory supplied the parts, and all Freddie Drummond had to do was to fit the parts into a form and drive in the wire nails with a light hammer.
Freddie Drummond found the other men on the same job with him jogging along and earning a dollar and seventy-five cents a day.
As a member of the faculty he was known as "Cold- Storage." He had but one grief, and that was "Freddie." He had earned it when he played full-back in the 'Varsity eleven, and his formal soul had never succeeded in living it down.