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91 New York High School Students Win Awards in Hebrew Contest

Ninety-one New York City junior and senior high school students, winners in an annual Hebrew language contest, received United States Savings bonds, cash and certificates today during a special exercise at the New York City Board of Education.

The contest was the 17th annual event sponsored by the Hebrew Culture Council of the Jewish Education Committee of New York, in cooperation with the Junior and Senior High School divisions of the Board of Education and the Hebrew Division of Hunter College. More than 2,000 students in 62 junior and senior high schools, all studying Hebrew, took part.

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