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WASHINGTON-President Nixon announced Wednesday that all graduate students who do satisfactory work during the current school year will be safe from induction at least until June.
Under old rules, graduate students had been permitted to delay induction only to the end of the semester. The delay now will cover the entire academic year.
The White House estimated that about 10,000 young men would be affected by the shift in policy.
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