Education: Aftermath

In, Nashville, the Supreme Court of Tennessee heard a world-famous case. Crowds jostled in the streets outside. Judges, lawyers, stenographers entered the Supreme Court Chamber by an open window in order to escape the press of people.

Then was heard the appeal of John Thomas Scopes, convicted last summer and fined $100 for teaching evolution, contrary to the state law, in a public school at Dayton, Tenn. For Mr. Scopes appeared John T. Neal, onetime head of the state law school, Charles Strong representing the Unitarian Laymen's League, Arthur Garfield Hays for the...

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