According to figures made public yesterday, nearly eight percent of the books used in the tutorial library of the departments of History, Government, and Economics have been lost during the last two years.
There were 1633 books altogether in June, 1928, during the two year period ending last spring, 120 books have been lost. Of the separate departments, Government has lost 50, Economics has lost 45, and 25 have disappeared from the collection of History books. In one instance, out of a set of ten books, seven were found to be missing after a year. All of these have had to be replaced.