At last the "bizarre" Scopes trial was pronounced dead. Last week, after having delicately reproached it in a divided opinion which held the Tennessee anti-evolution law constitutional but reversed the conviction of Teacher John Thomas Scopes (TIME, Jan. 24), the Supreme Court of Tennessee denied Teacher Scopes's lawyer their request for a rehearing, and Attorney General L. D. Smith formally carried out the court's suggestion that the case be pigeonholed forever.
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