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NIXON HOSPITALIZED WITH INFECTION flowed in from both sides of the ,political fence to Vice President ¡Richard M. with a knee infection that may him off the campaign trail for two weeks. -1 The By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ment very much.” Senate Repub- Expressions of regret have ^can Leader Everett M. Dirksen said, “We are all distressed.” The vice - president is expected Nixon, hospitalized Ito be able t0 work on campaign plans and speeches while he is sidelined. Nixon entered the hospital aft* ¡er meeting with a new Dick Nixon Republican presidential Sports Committee headed by Bob Reynolds, former Stanford University University football great. Reynolds entered WalterReed ; for j that I : nominee Army Hospital late Monday t-’eatment of an infection ,ri‘u!Said the 54 members of his group servJdamages red blood cells. He had Ly, stump for Nixon wherever bumped his knee on an automobile;thpv nthpr mpmhpr« inHi.Ho ,n rarnnaipninif " members include RC ££ Nixon’s press secretary, Herbert! jone<. .m(i cam 'cnMr] and nrn q Klein, said the hospitalization’football's Frank Gifford for-iwas a precautionary measure to) Tw“maga”ne “to written ■ prevent any possible permanent in-• by Kennedy were j jury t„ the knee. Nixon is to keep off his feet, but js not expected to be confined to p^d. He is in the hospital’s spaci- In the Saturday idea that protected in the news, current issue of the Review, he said the the free world can be by the threat of mas- 0us presidential suite, where Pres- sive retaliation is no longer ten- ident Eisenhower recuperated able. He said greater efforts | from two major illnesses Nixon's campaign about Sept. 12 were canceled, j In a Look magazine article, Democratic presidential nom- :nee John F. Kennedy promptly wired regrets and said, "I look ¡forward to seeing you on the cam- pais» trail.” Kennedy’s running n^ate. Senate Majority >hould be made to seek effective dates until;means of arms control, canceled. I In a Look magazine Kennedy said he had always regarded regarded Johnson as the strongest Democratic candidate for vice president, but had not been sure Johnson would take the No. 2 Leader spot. Kennedy said that it was aft- Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, sent er he had received a congratula- ‘ ■ & ;• he deter Hagerty said “The!were av£ pre,ident Vegrets Mr Nixon’s ail- dencv ' iry telegram from Johnson that determined to ask him if he available for the vice presi-

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  1. The Evening Sun,
  2. 30 Aug 1960, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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