Yeah, I had to register for the old draft when I turned 18 in the summer of 1974, but I was never at risk. You still had to carry the card to show you were in compliance with the law, though. Even that ended when the old draft was formally abolished, and I took the card out of my wallet and put it among my mementos in my bedroom. Which was where the fire broke out a couple of years later. So while it's literally correct that the card was burned, it wasn't burned in the social/legal anti-war defiance sense when that sort of thing mattered.