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Senate Proxmire Jogs #461541

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 1972
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(Studio) Senator Proxmire often jogs to work.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Kenosha, WI) Proxmire intends to jog 1200 mile in next 40 days. Says jogging makes him feel younger. Has been doing it for 8 years [PROXMIRE - wants to dramatize importance of good health practices. Jogging makes him more alert.] Fad for politicians to go on walking tours when running for office. Richard Clark, Iowa, Lawton Childs, Florida, and Daniel Walker, Illinois, all did it and all won. Proxmire feels if they did it walking he can do it jogging.
REPORTER: John Dancy

(Studio) Last time Proxmire ran for Senator in Wisconsin he got 71% vote.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Dancy, John
Duration:
00:02:50

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