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STUDENTS GRANTED LIBRARY PRIVILEGES DURING SUMMER

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Books charged to students must be returned by June 19, it was announced by the Library Committee yesterday. At the same time rules relating to summer privileges were made public.

Students who are remaining in Cambridge over the summer will be allowed to continue their full library privileges during the vacation whether or not they are enrolled in the Summer School.

"Those desiring to take books out for the full vacation period should make application at the Delivery Desk and in cases where there are duplicate copies which can be spared their request will be granted," the Committee announced.

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