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THE system of Reserved Books at the Library is such an admirable one, that it is with much regret that we learn that some of the students have abused it. In one of the History courses one of the most necessary books has been secretly taken away and kept out for several days, and this practice has been renewed from time to time. Another cause of complaint, less culpable than the former, but still very annoying, is the manner in which students leave the reserved books lying around in the different alcoves, instead of returning them to their proper shelves. It may be through carelessness that a student takes a book to the most remote alcove and leaves it there, but it looks very like a selfish attempt to conceal the book for future use.

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