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Students leaving the general vicinity of Cambridge must return all books to the College Library before the Christmas Holidays, an announcement from the Library stated yesterday.
However, it will still be possible to take books out of the Library for the period covered by the recess. Students who desire to take books out over the Xmas vacation should apply at the Circulation Desk and in cases where there are duplicate copies which can be spared, their request will be granted.
The Library will remain open during the vacation from 9 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock on Mondays through Fridays with the exceptions of Christmas and New Year's Days. This Saturday and on Saturday, January 4, it will be open only in the morning and will close at 1 o'clock but on Saturday, December 28 it will stay open until 5:30 o'clock but no books can be taken out after 1.
Boylston Reading Room will have the same hours as the College Library except that it will close every Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
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