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For the convenience of its students living in the dormitories across the river, the Business School has installed a branch library in the unused dining room of Morris Hall. About 500 of the most commonly-used books in the Business School courses have been placed on the shelves, and new additions are constantly being made, which will shortly swell the number of volumes to more than 2000.
Reading accommodations are provided for 125 men during regular library hours, from 9 o'clock in the morning to 10 o'clock at night. The arrangement has proved popular with the Business School men, and large numbers take advantage of the convenience that obviates the necessity of a long trip to the present Business School Library at Widener.
Since it is improble that a dining hall will be opened in Morris Hall this year, the branch library will remain until the opening of the new Library in the new School. This will probably not take place until next summer.
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