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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 4924

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FNLFUESIO Another "B. M. 0. C."L
6AININ NROLM[J~ i- rgest Mobs on Campus
Registrar's Final Report Shows 17S8
More Students Attending WVhcre?
Thani Last Year3
MANY AREFROM EAST .- at-
Twelve thousand eight hundred and jT sIfTT L
seventy-six is the toal number of stu- 'lSH P AYH US
dents enrolled in all colleges ani1a 1J.k )2
schools of the University, according to' r'0 °''.J ,/."°,0.' J"'!..~"~/~ . , .,0.Is."..1..
final figures compiled yesterday its___ _________________________________
the Registrar's office for use in the
President's report. This is an increase-ME
of 178 over last year.
The literary college, the M~gdical
school, the pharmacy college, the
School of Education, and the Grad-
uate school showed slight gains while
the remaining schools had slight
losses. The figures. for the Extension
divison hav not yet been computed.1
These will swell the total.
Of the total of 9,742 enrolled in the. '.
regular courses, 7,098 are men and
2,644 are women. The total registra-
tion is the highest in the history
the University, exceeding that of the all ir T ?s oqAs
post-war period.!
Previous figures compiled at the end tIQ 1~d~
of the regular registration period ?.
showed a gain of approximately 600
students over a year ago but the
;smaller number of stragglers and late
entrants wiped out most of this gain.
University authorities," however, at -
tribute the slight gain as due to th&
general raising of standards and to
ments.
The increase over the enrollment
of two- years ago is greater than over r~ H
1925-19,26, being a gain of 584. Since'
1900' figures show the University has!
had a rapid growth, almost doubling
itself twice. University figures for
previous years go back to 1843. At!
that time there were 53 students. Ten1
years later there were 254 and in 1860 14
a total registration of 519 students.
Due to the Civil war the University"
enrollment dropped in 1861 but in 1865"
dents. Until the Spanish-American ~Pie i'is~~ o*.4
~~~~1 li"war there was fluctuation in enroll- " A T'IT1BranMtne
ment, varying from two to 1900tileun-___________Bar.ainSatiees $41
Bred students each year. In 190_th_-Wedan________to$1.0_
registration in all schools was 3,441, Plus Tax
in 1910 it was 5,381, in 1920 the total
was 9,401. fAlflFT EIIAeAAR

COWELL ELECTED'
TO PRESIDENCY OF
JUNIOR ENGINEERS
"Wayne Cowell was elected president
of the, junior engineering class Fri-
day in the most closely contested
class election in recent years. 13e
defeated Edward Chapman for the
office by the margin of a single ballot.
Cowell polled 66 votes against 65 for

Chlapmlan. Sim other canlfdidaltes for!
the pr'esidency were eliminaate"d oni
the primiary b)allot.
C'harles Llobinsoii. 1aion ; 1Hodgson,
and Paul Burton (7rico . en to rep-
resent thle englineeing eia, on the;
w rceigh; ea~1 icliSy-fo ear. thre
offices on tine tc cnnte.lo.:
polled (.l iaie i nutnhc'r c., te
with 92. 11odge;0, :W .1, SScond wjlh 7!
and Burton thhi,.with i48.

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