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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 30, 1912, Image 10

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SHE DEFENDS POOR GIRLS IN POLICE COURT BUT
NOT FOR MONE
Miss Dorothy Schunck.
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San Francisco, CaL, May 30.
It is not to earn a livihood that
Miss DorothySchunck is practic
ing law here, but to help those of
her sex who are in need.
She believes that by represent
ing in court young women ac
cused of crime, and seeing that
they are given an impartial hear
ing, she will be doing humanitar
ian work that will prove well
worth while.
Miss Schunck is a graduate of
the Boston Union Law School,
class of 191 1, and is said to have
forsaken society for her chosen
field.
"In the-east many young wom
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