Gray v. Board of Trustees of Univ. of Tennessee,
342 U.S. 517 (1952)

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Gray v. Board of Trustees of Univ. of Tennessee, 342 U.S. 517 (1952)

Gray v. Board of Trustees of University of Tennessee

No. 120

Argued January 9-10, 1952

Decided March 3, 1952

342 U.S. 517


This suit by appellants to enjoin appellees from alleged violations of the Fourteenth Amendment in refusing to admit Negroes to the University of Tennessee must be dismissed as moot, since appellants' requests for admission to the University have been granted, and there is no suggestion that any person "similarly situated" will not be afforded similar treatment. Pp. 342 U. S. 517-518.

100 F.Supp. 113; 97 F.Supp. 463, judgments vacated with directions to dismiss the action on the ground that the cause is moot.

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