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March 5, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mills College, the women's school whose students last spring became embroiled in a bitter dispute over admitting men, Monday named a popular Princeton University administrator as its president. Janet McKay, 42, vice provost of Princeton University in New Jersey, became the college's 12th president and the third consecutive woman to hold that title. She will take over July 15 from interim President Virgina Smith.
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March 5, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mills College, the women's school whose students last spring became embroiled in a bitter dispute over admitting men, Monday named a popular Princeton University administrator as its president. Janet McKay, 42, vice provost of Princeton University in New Jersey, became the college's 12th president and the third consecutive woman to hold that title. She will take over July 15 from interim President Virgina Smith.
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SPORTS
November 3, 1988
Cal State Northridge's soccer team scored on 2 of its first 3 shots and coasted to a 4-1 victory over Cal Poly Pomona in a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. match Wednesday at CSUN. Steve Lazarus scored first on an assist by Scott Piri. Keith Martin added an unassisted goal to give the Matadors a 2-0 advantage 10:20 into the contest. Bobby Reyes also scored in the first half and Lazarus scored again in the second half. CSUN improved to 13-7, 7-2 in conference play.
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October 15, 1987 | CHRIS PARKER
Janet McKay, a Chaminade High volleyball player, pushed a dink shot into the net during a recent match against Agoura. McKay attempted the finesse move in part to catch Agoura off balance. A second reason was the presence of Agoura's Shannon Mathew. "Hey, you don't have to worry about her," Chaminade Coach Mike Lynn told McKay. Well, actually, there were about seven inches to worry about. Odds were that the 5-foot, 8-inch McKay had little chance of rocketing a shot past her 6-3 opponent.
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May 6, 1993 | PAUL FELDMAN and RICHARD C. PADDOCK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For 80 years, the Anti-Defamation League has fought anti-Semitism and other forms of prejudice perpetrated by such hatemongers as the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis. But now, as a result of an ongoing investigation by the San Francisco district attorney's office, the Jewish civil rights organization finds that it must defend itself against allegations that it has abused the civil rights of others.
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