Education: Sequel to Sipuel

Even with the help of the U.S. Supreme Court, Ada Lois Sipuel, who is a Negro, couldn't get into the University of Oklahoma law school. The Court, which made up its mind in an almost unprecedented hurry, had told the State of Oklahoma to give Ada an education equal to what whites get (TIME, Jan. 19). And at least one of the judges made it plain that a law school for just one pupil is no legal education at all. But this week the Oklahoma state regents established a school of law at Oklahoma City (as part of Langston University for...

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