This photo was taken years after the "do-nothing machine" that is the subject in the story below. Woolly was a fast runner who won many trophies and medals and also a full college scholarship. He was a brilliant student as well. If he had lived a bit longer, he would have been married to his fiancee and received his diploma for administrative nursing. His first college diploma was in math and business, and his banking job after college taught him one thing; he didn't like that work! He far preferred the part-time work in hospitals that had helped him pay his college expenses. So he became the first male graduate of a practical- nursing school, went from there onto a full nursing degree and specialized in cardiac and terminal care, then pursued an administrative nursing degree. He worked at Metro General in Cleveland and later was hired by Duke Medical Center in North Carolina).