The Draft: Out of the Kitchen Into the

Soup When David Miller, 22, graduated from Syracuse's Jesuit-run Le Moyne College last June, he headed for New York and went to work without pay in a Bowery-area soup kitchen run by the Catholic Worker movement, a charita ble group that is also passionately paci fist. In mid-October Miller got out of the kitchen long enough to land in the soup.

Climbing atop a sound truck parked for a Manhattan rally protesting the Viet Nam war, Miller announced: "I believe the napalming of villages in Viet Nam is an immoral act. I hope this will be a significant...

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