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The Nation

December 17, 1985

Princeton University's three remaining all-male supper clubs are subject to New Jersey's anti-discrimination laws and must provide equal access to women, an administrative law judge ruled in Princeton. The ruling by Judge Robert Miller gives New Jersey jurisdiction in the case and clears the way for a full hearing in February to determine if the social and dining clubs--Ivy Inn, Tiger Inn and University Cottage Club--actually discriminate by barring women from joining. Miller's 10-page opinion upheld a May ruling that said the clubs were not private organizations.

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