With major portions of the nation's draft law due to expire June 30, Lyndon Johnson will send a message to Congress this week on that perennially prickly problem. By presidential directive, Johnson will put into effect these far-reaching changes by the end of next year:
> The youngest draft-age men, starting with 19-year-olds, will be taken first, reversing present priorities under which 26-year-olds are the first to go.
> Deferments for all graduate students, except those in dental or medical schools, will be ended.
> Draftees will be tapped by "fair and impartial...