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January 30, 1987

Princeton University's last two all-male dining clubs should be allowed to sever their official ties to the Ivy League school and continue to refuse women members, a judge recommended. Sally Frank, a 1980 Princeton graduate who has been trying to force the clubs to accept women, said Administrative Law Judge Robert Miller recommended to the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights that she be awarded $2,500 in damages, but that she be denied membership in a club. Frank said she will ask the division, which will make the final ruling, to force the Ivy club and Tiger Inn to admit women.

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