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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 2, 1970

Thursday, July 2, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lottery sets

order

for

1971

draft

Right-win ger says dove
senators should be shot

WASHINGTON -P-Some
t wo million men born in 1951
got their places in line for the
1971 draft yesterday, with those
whose birthdays fall on July 9
standing first in line.
The positions were assigned
by a national lottery matching
the birthdays of men turning
19 this year with numbers from
one to 365.
Men will be called in that or-
der to meet military manpower
needs next year. T h i s year's
draftees got numbers in a sim-
ilar lottery last December.
In this drawing July was a
hot month, wvith three of the
four lowest numbers, as well as
the highest and thus "saf-
est" numbers.
Number 2 went to Dec. 24-
Christmas Eve - to be follow-
ed by July 25 at number 3, and
29 at number 4.
July 7, however, was matched
with number 365: men sharing
that birthday will be the last
ones called, meaning that as
things now look they stand al-
most no chance at all of being
drafted.
There has been no official es-
tinate as yet how many men«
the Pentagon will need next
year or. therefore, how high up
the numbers list draft boards
will have to go.
A fair guess - and it's only
a guess - would be that the
lower half or two-thirds would
!tand a chance of being drafted.
While the lottery was in pro-
gress. the Defense Department
announced an August quota of
10.000, the lowest monthly fig-j
ure since last December's 9.000.j
A Pentagon spokesman, Jerry
Friedheim, s a i d it is possible
there may be a few months at
the end of this calendar year
in which there w o u l d be no
draft. He said present plans are
that from 150.000 to 170.000
men will be called this year.
This compares with a total last
year of 289,900.
The department said the de-
crease in draft calls "is attribut-
able to the redeployments being
made as a result of progress in
t h e Vietnamization program
and subsequent reductions in
military strength."
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Here by calendar order

the draft
terday.

priorities drawn

1.
4"
7.
10.
13,
16.
S9.
22.
25.
:8.
31,
1.
4.
7.
1 0.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16,
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.

133
99
159
101
330
136
188
132
57
346
60
335
94
25
46
13
334
331
271
325
234
14
117
141
150
241
259
189
269
298
95
38

January
2. 195
5, 33
8. 116
11. 144
14. 71
17. 54
20. 211
23. 48
26. 140
29. 277
February
2. 354
5. 97
8. 127
11. 227
14, 260
17 345
20. 20
23. 351
26. 86
March
2. 77
5 299
8. 79
11. 317
14. 12
17. 220
20. 170
23. 281
26. 121
29. 147

3.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.

are
yes-
336
285
53
152
75
185
129
177
173
112
186
16
187
262
201
337
213
226
66
207
296
278
24
157
319
246
203
254
56

1.
4.
7,
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.
1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.

224
37
142
165
143
3
62
256
328
82
179
240
29
146
353
175
155
199
26
9
350
65
42
169
76
342
220
163
307
327
215

April
2. 216
5. 124
8. 267
11. 178
14. 202
17. 264
20. 118
23. 292
26. 137
29. 11)
May
2. 96
5. 301
8. 105
11. 293
14. 40
17. 212
20. 242
23. 222
26. 148
29. 61
June
2. 304
5. 233
8. 7
11. 355
14. 363
17. 289.
20. 43
23. 44
26. 308
29. 154

3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
-21.
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
' 21.
24.
27.
30.

297
312
223
89
182
138
8
244
2350
358
171
268
357
210
344
180
225
22
122
209
135
153
352
51
276
214
113
236
55
217

1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.
1.
4..
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.
1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.

104
59
365
158
349
284
316
282
3
190
221
326
3b4
263
359
58
329
83
250
364
248
275
283
231
265
130
238
139
228
88
107
309

July
2. 322
5. 287
8. 106
11. 174
14. 156
17 341
20, 120
2 172
26. 47
29. 4
August
2. 102
5. 64
8. 49
11. 230
14. 103
17. 343
20. 69
23. 10
26. 91
29. 32
September
2. 161 _
5. 295
8. 108
11. 288
14. 247
17. 200
20. 261
23. 206
26. 93
29. 303

3,
6.
9.
12,
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15,
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.

30
164
1
257
273
90
356
360
85
15
279
251
125
320
270
109
50
274
232
167
183
21
313
314
291
333
68
237
338
18

1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.
1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
1.
4.
7.
10.
13.
16.
19.
22.
25.
28.
31.

306
266
131
160
92
34
74
36
17
28
311
243
39
72
63
-272
197
252
253
23-
324
347
305
162
24
151
41
249
'194
361
128
126

October
2. 191
5. 166
8. 45
11. 84
14. 115
17. 290
20. 196
23. 339
26. 184
29. 259
November
2. 205
5. 286
8. 119
11. 123
14. 11
17. 6
20. -98
23. 193
26. 52
29. 100
December

3.
6.
_9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.
3-
6.
9.
12.
r5.
18.
21,
24.
27.
30.
3.
6.
9.
12.
15.
18.
21.
24.
27.
30.

134
78
302
70
310
340
5
149
318
332
294
245
176
255
362
280
35
81
168
67
110
18
114
19
8$7
208
181
2
239
192

WASHINGTON IP)-A right-
winger's assertion that some
antiwar senators should be shot
between the eyes led yesterday
to a verbal volley directed at
the Justice Department by one
of the suggested targets. And
another senator took an oral
potshot at Vice. President Spiro
T. Agnew.
Sen. M a r k O. Hatfield {R-
Ore.) told reporters that when
an aide reported the incident
to the Justice Department he
received -what amounted to a
brushoff from Deputy Atty.
GensRichard KleindienstA
Later, however, Hatfield's of-
fice reported t h a t Atty. Gen.

John N. Mitchell phoned t h e
senator to assure him that the
department, the FBI and the
U.S. attorney for the Northern
District of Virginia all are in-
vestigating the taped message
put out by the National Social-
ist White People's party. This
group is a successor to t h e
American Nazi party.
Sen. Mike Gravel (D-Alaska)
who brought the message to the
Senate's attention T u e s d a y
night, told newsmen it repre-
sents the kind of extremism en-
couraged by some of Agnew's
public speeches..

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