Ronald Young, coordinator of the Daily Death Toll Project, a non-violent civil disobedience campaign opposing the Vietnam War, spoke about the nascent effort.  Telling a small audience in Rockefeller Hall that lack of active interest in opposing the war was a serious problem, Young declared that his project's aim was to address the issue.  Every day, he said, 300 people die because of the war, and, starting November 8, 300 or more protestors from all over the country would converge on the White House each day and "symbolically die."  He announced that the lower upstate New York region would join the effort on November 8, and that people choosing to participate should be prepared to be arrested.     The Miscellany News