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WOMEN NEW FIELD
WI N SEMIFINALS ..Five ear Spec Siae tudy Isf
Both because of the strenuous Florence Allen, Supreme Court
work and because of the living con- 3 , .,t S, A. %Fl.

Final Round of Tournament to
be Played off Tomorrow
Afternoon.
,CU1P WILL BE AWARDED
Alpha Xi Delta, Winner of Last
Year's Tournament, Now '
Holds Trophy.
Jordan Team 1 beat Kappa Delta

ditions, forestry is a difficult pro-I
fession for women if they wish to
do regular field work. Five years
of specialized study are required
before one can even take the civil
service examinations which field
workers must pass and the one wo-
man who did accomplish that finds
that she has been confined to cleri-
cal work entirely instead of to the
other type.
There are four fields in this pro-
fession, however, in which women;
may be employed. One is doing re-
search work in laboratories and al-I

in Profession.
It has been found that a woman's
greatest handicap in the practice
of law is in getting located when
she has finished her studies. There
are a few offices in the country
which are composed entirely of wo-
men, and unless one can enter such
a place, she generally has Gifficulty
in finding a position.
Perhaps the most interesting of
these offices is that of Judge Flor-
ence Allen of the Supreme Court

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by a score of 22 to 14 and Kappa though a forestry course is not of Ohio. It is located in Cleveland']
appa Gamma, won the game with necessary for this, it is a decided and several women lawyers make f
Jordan 2 by a score of 12 to 7 in asset. The Forest Product Labora- this their head-quarters.P
he semi-finals of the Intramural tories in Madison, Wisconsin em- Of all the women who take lawt
Basketball tournament played last ploy a great many women who do courses, many do not actually prac-
nothing but experimental work. tice law, and of the ones who do,e
fight Since the state governments have many go into Abstract Companies,c
hampionship game between Jor- become interested in forestry, par- Trust Companies and the like, a p
dan 1 and Kappa Kappa Gamma ticularly in conservation, two other survey of statistics reveals. How-fn
will be played at 5 o'clock today, fields have opened up. They are ver there are a great number of
with the winner receiving the In- education and in personal rel- admitted to the Bar.
BaktblCp tions work. There are many states ai~te oteBr
tramural Basketball cup.kr One branch of law which seems
sswhich now insist that every high to hold especial interest for women
Passing Shows Speed. of school require a course in forestry th of Investigators in Domes-
Despite the exceptionalwokf and the demand for teachers of is tatofIvsiarsnDme-f
Alice GoddenowMargaretSnydetaisdubjcth issdemadilyfreahs tic Relations and Probate Courtss
a oo , aathis subject is steadily increasing. athough. a law degree is not essen-c
and Dorothy Pape, Kappa Delta Personal relations work is along tial for this type of work and the
guards, Esther La Rowe, Charlotte this same line. State departmentsfwomen who have it generally are
ohnson, and Helen Brennier, Jor- are now sending out people to lec- doing this only as a stepping stonec
dan forwards, succeeded in piling ture to various schools and organ- to higher things along this line. I
up a score by passing that was izations about forestry and conser- It was observed at a recent con-
marked. by its speed. The Kappa vation and many women have been vention that the type of woman i
Delta forwards, although playing a unusually successful in this branch, who has become successful at law, ir
consistently good game, were slow- according to a report from the de-
er and easier to follow than the acrigt eotfo h o is generally delightful and charm-(P
Jordan women. The Jordan team partment ingly feminine which is a decided'
included Ethelyn Frederick, Maribel Perhaps the only other phase of contrast to the general conception .r
Smith, Dorothy Davidson, and Alta this work in which women are of of women lawyers as mannish peo-
Place; Emily Bates, Clara Parkin- much use is in nursery work and ple who hurry around in severely
son, Harriet Townsend, Dorothy while a forestry course would be of tailored suits and flat heeled ox-
Felske, and Frances Buthein were great value to one in this line, it is fords.
in the other positions of'the oppos_ not a necessity.
ing group. Mrs. Myrtle Blacklidge, one of
Virginia Johnston, forward, Nell U. of Oregon Initiates Chicago's internal revenue collec-
Hagedorn, guard, and Louise Peter- . tors, claims that she was involved
son, guard were outstanding on the Sunday Morning Class in a "faro swindle" in Springfield,
Jordan 2 team, and Pauline Brooks, Ill., and lost $50,000 in cash and
forward, Kathleen Badger, guard; Employing the new educational $207,000 in paper profits. The fed-
and Grace Mayer, guard, were the technique of conducting classes as eral government is investigating
most formidable of the Kappas. discussion groups, the University of the swindle.
Violet Canburg, Dorothy Kelsey, Oregon is starting a course to meet - - ---
Lillian Canburg, Helen Mandrea, on Sunday mornings during the UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
and Helen Hammond also played coming semester. The subject for -- An 1iniversity skating party
for Jordan and Mary Eamon, Ann- the discussions is to be "Relation- was g;e,. rcently at the Univer-
ette Cummings, and Mary Ayres ships Between Men and Women." sity o' W :.ington under the man-
were on the Kappa Kappa Gamma agenent o Phrateres, women's in-
teanifrThiW 'ganel was sl'Wer than SURAVEY SHOWS WOMEN tependent organization. The roller-'
thefirst one but showed more reg- SMOKERS skating party was a costume affair.
ular and accurate playing.
Cup To Be Awarded. In the survey of freshman wo-
The champions will receive the man conducted at the University
Intramural Cup at the banquet to of Syracuse, 33.5 per cent of the
be held in the spring. Alpha Xi women said that they had smok-
Delta who won it last year will ed cigarettes during their high
relinquish it as it must be won for school years and this number was
three successive years for perma- increased to 41 per cent for those
ent possession, who smoked in college.
Special Selling of
MILLINERY
Today only
We have just received a shipment of new felts and straws for spring-
representing the latest in color and design. To introduce them they
will be offered today only at the surprisingly low price of-
$2.00
All Sales Final
Shop ofo
Personal Service

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Progress for Women in Banking
Requires Background of
Long Training.
Despite the recent rapid advance
>f women in various kinds of busi-;
ness positions, it is still difficult for
them to obtain a foot hold in bank-
ing. Regardless of the previous
education one has, it is generally
necessary for an inexperienced wo-
man who desires to enter this pro-
fession to start as a clerk or sten-
>grapher.
Indeed there are many banks
who dislike to employ women who
have had college training. They
eel that such women are too im-
patient to wait for the slow promo-
tion with such low salaries.
However there are many employ-
ers who prefer college women be-
cause they are more inclined to
prepare themselves for advance-
ment. It is often difficult to secure
such women for these positions
though, because they object to
starting at the very bottom.
The banking field does not hold
as many possibilities for women as
for men. Aside from clerical and
secretarial positions, women are ac-
cepted in Personnel, Public Rela-
tions, and Busness Extentions De-
partments. Recently some large
city banks have instituted Women's
Lepartments at the head of which
is a woman executive.
Although many prefer their wo-
men employees to have had just a
general college course, they all feel
that training in commercial arith-
metic, accounting, and general bus-
mess administration is hhhly de-
sirable.
Pneumonia Fatal to
Mother of Opera Star

Women Are Separate From Men same city as the university they at-
in Classes Until They tend."
Reach University. Between the students in the class-
es there is no contact at all. Hard-
"In France there are several kinds ly a word passes between either
or degrees of schooling," said Prof. men or women. Friendships are
Jean Ehrhard, who returned from seldom cultivated in the colleges as
France last fall, "the primary I they are in the American schools,
schools, the secondary schools, and I Prof. Ehrhard asserted.
the high schools also called the "Women attend the universities
universities. Until women have for two reasons," he continued.
"Either they wish to enter profes-
reached the university their schools sions; teaching, medicine, engi-
(lycees) are separate from those of neering, in fact all the professions
the men, whether private or pub- which are open to men; or else be-
lic." cause there is nothing to do at
"The primary schools and the home and they do not want to
secondary schools are free and not waste time. The latter of these two
compulsory," he continued. "After types seldom care to take the ex-
finishing the second school the stu- ams and usually quit after a year
dents take two exams, one is "l'ex- or two to get married, after the
amen du Baccalaureat," and the American style. The former strive
other on mathematics and philo- to obtain the various degrees which
sophy. When they have passed are offered "Le Diplome d'Etudes
these two exams they receive the Universitaires" or "le Doctorat
Bachelor of Arts degree which gives , d'Universite" besides the degree of
them access to the universities." 'Letters, of Sciences, and of Law."
In France there are 17 univer- !-
sities. The three largest are thejPoetry Anthology Will
j University of Paris, the University
of Lyons, and the University of 1 Include 'Open Door'
Bordeaux. All the subjects are
given in lecture courses to which "The Open Door." a poem writ-
'the student may or may not go, ac- ten by Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, wife
cording to his own desire. No roll of the former president, at the time
is taken and the classes are so large of the marriage of her son John,
that the professors do not care if1 will be published in the Boston
they come or not. University anthology of poetry, to
There is no social life at the uni- appear in February.
Iversities in France as in the United 1
States," said Prof. Ehrhard. "No The women's Peace Union is un-
dormitories or sororities are provid- 'alterably opposed to militarism or
ed for the women students, despite any form of military education at
the fact that all the universities Leland-Stanford University, ac-
are co-educational. No effort is. cording to Mrs. Alice Park, secre-

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made to take care of them. There tary of the Palo Alto branch of that
are no league houses or approved organization. In opposing all mil-
boarding houses. The women are itarism, it is especially antagonis-
left to their own resources. Many tic to the courses in military train-
of the women, of course, live in the ing.

INEL6LEWOLENUIN

Permission Given Students on
Probation or Warning to
Enter Sports.
All women on campus will be al-
lowed to take part in inter-class
and intramural sports, according to
an announcement made by Miss:
Jeanette Perry, Assistant Dean of
Women. As has been the usual .cu$-
tom, eligible women can take part
in as many sports as they wish, but
those who are ineligible must limit
their activity to two hours a week.
"We have made it possible for
the ineligible women to take part
in athletics," said Miss Perry, '"be-
cause we do not wish in any way to
discourage anyone from outside ex-
ercise. The two hours a week that
we have given to ineligible women
will not interfere with their study-
ing, but rather give the outside in-
terest which is necessary to keep
the mind active."
Women who are on probation or
on warning will not, however, be
accorded campus activity points
that are given for participation in
sports. For this reason it will be
necessary that lists of all teams be
handed in to the Deans' of.ice for
checking.
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PROFESSOR JEAN EHRHARD GIVES
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