Truman Bradley talks with Red about a photo of him in a recent magazine, then about daylight savings. They joke about the money it’s supposed to save. Ozzie and Harriot enter to add to the complaint about the time changes.
It’s the farmers who have the biggest complaint about the time change, but the jokes continue about traffic and driving as well. Ozzie and Harriot sing, Deep in the Heart of Texas. With a little help from a Texan with dreams of Minnesota.
With all the military types that pass through the audience, Red takes a look at what he thinks it’s like in military camps. Deadeye wakes up to complain to Wonderful Smith about the hazards of picking up girls. The jokes turn towards the new skills that the recruits are learning, and it’s time for inspection. Next, Deadeye leads in some calesthenics, then gets ready for sentry duty. The highlight of the day is when the mail arrives.
Clem Kadiddlehopper is the draftee who is on his way to report in. He stops on his way to visit his gal, Daisy Doo. He talks with her grandpap about his days in the military. There’s no time to hang around, so it’s off to the draft board, where he finally runs into Daisy. She gives him his initial physical exam, then waits for the doctor to give the final word.
Ozzie plays, Pushem Along.
Every army camp has visiting day, and Junior goes to visit. He is excited about playing soldier, but will he be able to behave? At the headquarters building, Junior visits his uncle, and though mom may know better, the major lets junior wait by himself. Maybe the army will learn not to leave it’s big guns just laying around.
Junior crawls inside a canon, just before the major demonstrates it to Harriot. It looks like Junior dood it, now it’s time for the rest.