SUPREME COURT: Supreme Court


Oklahoma v. Texas. When the U. S. was young, boundary disputes used to be a pastime among the states, but in the present era of federated democracy they are rare. Last week the first decision of the Supreme Court in its autumn session was handed down in the case of the State of Oklahoma, complainant, against the State of Texas, defendant; the United States of America, intervener (No. 6, in Equity). The opinion delivered by Justice Edward T. Sanford established a, neutral line between the conflicting claims.

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