I was a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin in Madison when the first draft lottery was drawn. The day after the lottery we all got up to go to class and were amazed at what we saw. Whether by conspiracy or coincidence many students were walking around with their draft numbers around their necks or on their backs a la athletic jerseys, especially those with low numbers. I remember seeing quite a few numbers less than 10. Although it was a very serious event, these students, with their lightheartedness, brought out the ridiculousness of the situation and heightened solidarity against the war among the students. I will never forget that day.