45 Junior College Students Graduated from Chicago School

The Peoples’ Junior College, conducted by the Jewish Peoples’ Institute, graduates its second class tonight.

Forty-five students will receive their diplomas, indicating they have successfully completed the junior college course and may enter any college or university under the jurisdiction of the University of Illinois, which is the state’s educational credit agency.

William J. Bogan, superintendent of schools of Chicago, and Dr. Philip L. Seman, president of the Peoples’ College, are speakers.

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