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Private matters now get taken to the prom
Publication:Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Greene, Bob
Date:Jun 5, 1980
 Abstract (Document Summary)

IN PERHAPS THE most symbolic legal ruling of our puzzling new age, a federal judge has decided that a high school boy named Aaron Fricke should be allowed to take a male date to his

  

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