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We call special attention to the article on departmental libraries published in another column of this issue. No better step has been taken by the University than the provision of these rooms where men may go with some hope of finding what they want and of finding it where they expect it. The libraries are comparatively small and are very easy of access; then, too, general readers are kept out by the system of loaning keys and a great deal of the confusion incident to general reading rooms is then done away with. Several copies are generally provided when books are in great demand and these copies are never taken away. These libraries form excellent supplements to the larger library in Gore Hall and their usefulness will at once commend itself to the students if proper respect is paid to their privileges.

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