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Exemptions of draft-age University members from registration for compulsory military training on October 16 will be few and far between, according to information received yesterday from Major David B. Weden, at Boston Headquarters for Selective Service.
Only cadets of the advanced corps, C division of the R. O. T. C. will be excused, Weden said; all others between 21 and 36 must report for interviews. However, deferments until next July 1 will be given, at their own request, to students claiming it on the questionnaires sent them by their local draft boards.
Such babes in arms as reach manhood soon after registration day probably will not get their chance to be interviewed until next year, Weden stated.
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