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- THE KENTUCKY ALUMNUS. _ 7 . \`v not come because of uncertainty about board and room and the high ..0..,; prices asked for them. A grave responsibility, in consequence, rests A 1 u on the State to meet such a situation and especially so in view of the _ P 1 declining value of the dollar which has reduced the actual value or the { income provided two years ago. , ;¤. i (a) What Other States Are Doing It will be seen that among the southern states, Virginia, West Viz- 1 ginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Mississippi and Texas sur- passed Kentucky in the per capita contributions to university support. ‘ According to this table, the amount so contributed was 26 cents per capita, placing Kentucky in the forty—iirst place. As an actual fact, the table gives too large a per capita to Kentucky if extension funds are ex— 5 juivep .31 Cllldéd. aticggi Rank of States as to per capita receipts of higher educational institutions mHI;m_ supported by the State, Normal Schools not included. (Bureau of ¥ lmcient V? Education Bulletin, 1919, No. 41.) . _» t ad;H` ` 1. Nevada ............................ $2.43 26. Massachusetts ................ $0.65 on 0 8 y 2. Arizona ........,................... 1.90 27. Tennessee ........................ .58 E_ es, new `_ 3. Wyoming ........................ 1.62 28. Florida ............................ .55 , World 4. Montana .......................... 1.60 29. Ohio ................................ .53 _· _ 5. Utah ................................ 1.55 30. Illinois ............................ .48 Omg tc 6. South Dakota .................. 1.52 31. Maine .............................. .48 erati011 . 7. Iowa ................................ 1.38 32. West Virginia .................. .48 · bg $1 8. Idaho .............................. 1.33 33. South Carolina .................. .43 may ‘ s N b k 133 34 v· g· as 43 Q of its 10. Cglorrzsdoa ........................ 1.26 35. C:)1;u;g;ticH£ ....................... .35 he next .2 . 11. California ........................ 1.21 36. Mississippi ...................... .43 ·Z 12. Michigan ........................ 1.20 37. Missouri .......................... .33 l · 13. Minnesota ...................... 1.20 38. Maryland ........................ 30 eneral . g 14. Oregon ............................ 1.19 39. New York ........................ .29 Vas ap` 15. Kansas ............................ 1.14 40. North Carolina ................ .29 , insisted ._ 16. Wisconsin ........................ 1.08 41. Kentucky ........................ .26 ‘ 1910, 17. New Mexico ...................... 1.04 42. Rhode Island .................... .25 . if 8034 _ 18. Washington .................... .99 43. Georgia ........................... . .24 19. North Dakota .................... .92 44. Alabama .......................... .21 ‘ Schools 20. Vermont .......................... .89 45. Arkansas ........................ .20 5 ;udents, . 21. Delaware .......................... .87 46. New Jersey ........................ .15 } reached 22. New Hampshire .............. .77 47. Pennsylvania .................. .12 , 2 335 ·_ 23. Texas .............................. .70 48. Louisiana ........................ .09 ff · _’ 24. Indiana ............................ .68 —— ' I 111 thg 25. Oklahoma, ,,...,,,.,.,,,,.......,. .66 Average for U. S ................ $0.80 Q 17, the { _ A srs, the Z` income. Q. arose to · ` ,537.00. . R y Would _j» course, if c. rms ;; lore did gf · t l o __ _ . ,_ , ,_ .· ..l af")