Caption: Booklet - Our University (1919)
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A Straight Talk Vboul i our I ni\ ersity
the Slal<" I ' l i i v c r s i l y , is both ;i lejirh
ins and a research inslilution. It educating >.000 young men and women, conducting investigations which add greatly to the wealth o\' the State, and training inv tigators to continue thai work. The demands on it for research and teaching are greater than ever before. Its ability.to meel thes demands is less than ever before. Th< reasons, briefly put, are these: The University's income Prom the Statwhich comes from a mill tax, has b n practically stationary for eighl vears.
ACTING PRESIDENT DAVID K I M . I V
The total income of the University is de rived from state taxation. Federal appro priations, sales of products, and gifts. The Federal appropriations are Wn' specific pur
pOS and cannot he used for the ordinary
operations of the University; neither can the gifts. The proceeds of sales, most of which • for products of the agricultural labora tories, go back into fl revolving fund used from year to year. Only the State appropri ationn and the proceeds of fe< are, therefore •nendlv speakiiij available for ordinary
opep.it ion ii m l n i i i m l (Mill nee.
in line Stationary—Students Increase Tie- I ni\ei ii \ income from t lie s u e in [91 I I'J WUN * ! 000 In l!)18 I!) it WII