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For the first time this fall, all current periodicals in Widener Library will be within easy reach of undergraduates. Librarians explained yesterday that magazines which formerly were filed in the closed stacks behind the delivery desk have been located next to the Periodical Room in the Document Room which is open to all students.
When in past years many current numbers of the less used magazines were filed in the stacks, students had to obtain stack permission or write out call cards at the delivery desk in order to obtain them.
Under the new system, although bound volumes of old numbers will still be kept in the stacks current periodicals will be placed together near the periodical Room in order that everyone may get at them with out any delay.
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