Winding up a wearisome week, President Carter suffered yet another
setback. Running in a 6.2-mile foot race near Camp David, he became tired
after 3½ miles and had to drop out. Nothing to worry about, said his physician,
Dr. William Lukash, since the President is in good health. After resting, Carter
joined the other runners at a picnic and praised the joys of jogging.
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