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It hasn't garnered the same press coverage as his worst blunders, but President Clinton nonetheless worked hard to make political hay of one of his seemingly rare victories: the $360-million National Service program. Passed earlier this year, Clinton today swore in the first members of the "Americorps," which aims to get America's youth involved in community service and provides money for college in return. But even this feel-good event had a gray cloud: the White House was supposed to host one of the photo-op ceremonies on the South Lawn, but the event had to be moved because of the plane wreckage strewn on Bill and Hillary's lawn. (See above.) The oath was administered to a total of 20,000 throughout the country by satellite.