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BUSINESS ENROLLMENT FORGES RAPIDLY AHEAD

735 Students Place Other Graduate Schools in Rear--Arts and Sciences Runs Second With 700

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With a total of about 735 students this year, the Business School is the largest unit in the graduate school division with only the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as a rival. The latter will probably have 700 students enrolled.

All figures released by the University are tentative because there are always some prospective men who decide not to enter until next year. The Law School remains at its usual figure of 600 and the Medical School has accepted its usual 125 new members.

A few more men have expressed their intention of enrolling in the Dental School which will have a rise from 135 to about 150 new men. The School of Public Health will have 27 incoming students as compared to 19 for last year. The Engineering and Divinity Schools will probably remain the same.

As in most departments, the College shows an increase and about 150 additional students will bring the total enrollment to 3750.

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