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9 > Image 9 of Kentucky alumnus, 1920

Part of Kentucky alumnus

- 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 fortyiirst place. As an actual fact, the table gives too large a per capita to Kentucky if extension funds are ex 5 juivep .31 Cllldd. 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")