Education: At Princeton

Two thousand excited young men and women (from 245 institutions of learning), all of whom had heard that there is a World Court at The Hague, assembled last week at Princeton University to attend a National Collegiate World Court Conference, which had been convoked there very largely on the strength of a report that a famed Chicago shirtsleeve-barrister, Clarence Darrow, would address the gathering.

While everyone waited for Mr. Darrow to tear the Court to tatters, U. S. Senator Irvine L. Lenroot of Wisconsin, affirmative speaker, broached the subject, in part as follows:...

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