Education: McAndrew's Successor

The Chicago board of education voted unanimously, last week, to make placid, bushy-haired William J. Bogan superintendent of public schools. He had been acting superintendent since last August when William McAndrew, famed "stool pigeon of King George," was ousted by Mayor William Hale Thompson.!

Superintendent Bogan, a Roman Catholic, has held jobs in Chicago public schools for 20 years. His present appointment is for four years; salary, $15,000 a year. The board of education has promised him free- dom from political interference.

— Divorced. fMr. McAndrew, able, no stool pigeon, has sued Mayor...

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