A Southern Tradition

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A southern tradition ended on August 19, when Beth Anne Hogan, a 17-year-old ponytailed blonde from Junction City, Oregon, signed the Virginia Military Institute's matriculation book. With help from Janet Reno's Justice Department and the U.S. Supreme Court, Miss Hogan and some 30 other . . .

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