The year 1933 saw Bob Morgan entering the confines of St. Anthony's Home for Boys in Albuquerque. From the greetings of the nuns, he assumed that, for a change, Indians were welcome. After seven years of fighting for the heritage, Bob ran away with a price on his head of $500. Months later, the fabricated charges were dismissed. No longer a fugitive, he went to Los Angeles. Being 15 years old, he soon learned the world didn't have time for boys. A friend convinced Bob to lie about his age and join the Navy. With war in the making, the officials could care less about his age or heritage. Warm bodies were what they wanted. Indians were tolerated. This Indian proved to be a hero at the Coral Sea and Midway sea battles. Ladies felt otherwise, more so after the Navy decorated him with medals for bravery. Escaping from the beauties proved to be fruitless. In the end, he surrendered as do all men when cornered.