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Oct. 18--A plea that may break down the practice of making military training compulsory in land grant colleges was made before the U. S. Supreme Court today.

Albert Hamilton, student at the University of California, contended that, as a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, his conscience would not permit him to take part in drills and sham battles staged by the student corps.

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