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SURVEYS:
'U' Leads in Out-of-State Totals

Exibit Features Frescos

justify these high fees with the
fact that the University is par-
tially supported by the people of
Michigan.
Limitation Barrier
Another barrier is the limita-
tion of out-of-state_ students to
one-third of the freshman class.
The University's student body
has the largest percentage of grad-
uate students, 39 per cent, accord-
ing to the Record. Wayne State
University is second in the state
with 30 per cent, Michigan State
University third with 20 per cent,
and Eastern Michigan University
fourth with 17. per cent.
The University is the only state
institution whose enrollment rises
with the grade level, the Record
shows.
Freshmen and sophomores con-
stitute 30 per cent of the student
body, juniors and seniors 31 per
cent and graduates 39 per cent.
The corresponding percentages for
WSU are 37, 35 and 30; for MSU,
49, 32, 20; for Eastern, 46, 38, 17;
for Northern Michigan University,
55, 39, 6.
The University's enrollment is
slightly higher than that of MSU
and one-fourth higher than WSU.
It rose from 23,000 in 1957 to
25,500 in 1961. During these four
years the size of the faculty did
not change much. It was 1,783 in
1957 and was 1769 in 1961.
Rising Ratio
Hence, another problem: the
teacher-student ratio is rising.
The Record also reveals that
the University grants one-fourth
of the bachelor's degrees awarded
by all Michigan public institutions,
one-half of the master's degrees,
seven-twelfths of the doctorates,
and two-thirds of the professional
degrees.
It awards more graduate and
graduate-professional degrees than
do all the other colleges and uni-
versities inw Michigan combined.
This is a reaffirmation of the
vision of the founders of the
state's educational system that the
University be the "capstone" of
the system, the Record finds.

ART EXHIBITION-The University art museum in Alumni Memorial Hall is featuring a photographic
display on "The Techniques of Fresco Painting." The character of the exhibit is essentially tech-
nical and intends to show the various forms of mural painting and their principal characteristics.
The photographs will be displayed until Feb. 25.
SRC STUDY:
Americans Desire More Federal Aid
By ELLEN SILVERMAN
expenditures. The surveys are di- Favorable effects of the deficit
A majority of Americans feel rected by Profs. George Katona explained were in terms of more
that the federal government and Eva Mueller, of the Survey employment or more money spent.
should spend more money on ed- Research.Center. Among the unfavorable effects
ucation, hospital and medical care, Fewer Programs were insecurity and the 'need for
and aid to older and needy peo- The report notes that although tax raises or inflation.
ple a survey of consumer atti- Americans listed fewer programs Good Times
tudes reveals. for the government to spend more The survey notes that good
The recently released study is money on than in past surveys, times signify times of raising
the second part of a quarterly they expressed a need for expan- standards of living to most Amer-
survey done by the University sion in a number of areas. Edu- icans. Consequently, many people
Survey Research Center on con- cation heads this new list; 41 per felt that international tensions do
sumer attitudes and inclinations cent of all the people surveyed not contribute to good times.
to buy. said that the government should A sizable group argued, however,
This second section is devoted spend more for education even .if that the cold war and defense
to the findings about the attitudes this would require additional tax- expenditures had brought about
of Americans toward government

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