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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON:- There is one rule about the reserved books at the library which seems to me a little unjust, and which I should think might easily be changed. Unbound periodicals taken out Saturday afternoon must be returned Sunday, but they cannot be taken out again at the usual time Sunday afternoon. It often happens that a man would like to read some magazine Sunday evening, but is prevented by this rule. Would it not be feasible to make some arrangement so that one of the pages or other attendants could be on hand to oversee the magazine department? If they merely have to manage the slips as on other days, I should think that there would be no difficulty in this, and such an arrangement would be a great convenience.


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