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"WOMEN LAW,tiRS-fQR' WOMEN" IS SLOGAN
OF GIRL WHO;JS:A1V1BI1jIQUS JQ.BE A PORTIA
?i .a JUiSL'.
y. fi.-. &
Los Angeles, CaL Whyt..sh'DuIdn't
women plead women 's'cas'es? x
Why shouldn't women "hear wom
en's, domestlb troublesand try ta set
tle them? ' . ' '
Why shouldn't women turn tJbjfeir
attention, more frequently, to thelaw
as a profession for a livelihood? '
All these questions are"askedvery
rnestiy by Gretch'ejr GHnge?y;a
girl in her twenties, whose brain
seems as alert and active as any
man's of 40 years' experience.
Miss Gallinger is now assistant sec
retary to Mayor Rose. In June she
will be graduated from the college of
law of the University of Southern
California, and. promises to practice
Pouring over her books in spare
' moments .aaaVhoJidays, Jdiss Gallia-!