About the health of the President of the U.S., Dr. Paul Dudley White, the heart specialist, was optimistic. He had studied the clinical reports from last fortnight's searching party at Walter Reed Hospital, conferred with his physician colleagues on the case. Last week at Gettysburg he made his own extensive examination, and, as has become his custom, made a report of his findings to the U.S.

The President's heart attack, he said, was not caused by the stresses and pressures of the presidency; the President, like most of Dr. White's 12,000 other...

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