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By DENISE WACKER
It is possible to.get through four
years at the University without
once stepping into one of the
University's libraries, for books
can be obtained in dormitory li-
braries or in hometown libraries
or in drug stores.
And the people who don't step
into the libraries don't think they
have missed anything.
It is also possible to go through
four years of college and i the
process of being educated to wan-
der through the stacks of the Gen-
eral Library or listen to recordings
in the Undergraduate Library or
be enveloped by the dim glowing
past during a visit to the Clements
Library or /Michigan Historical
And the students who learn to
become lost in the libraries often
think that people who never even
found the entrance have missed
something so essential to their ed-
ucation that nothing will ever
compensate for the loss.
The University has over 20 li-
braries or library service divisions.
With the exception of three of
these-the Clements Library, the
Law Library and the Business
Administration Library -- they are
all under the financial and staff
auspices of the General Library.
The General Library, or as it
is sometimes called, the University
or Graduate Library, is one of the
finest university libraries in the
country. The library hold approx-
imately 1.3 million volumes, which
includes not only printed books,
b u t some manuscripts, song-
sheets, use-maps, and microfilms.
The General Library, or as it
strangely - constructed building,
and many freshmen have difficul-
ty finding the stacks-which are
open to all University students
and employes-the first time they
use the library.
For each floor of the main li-
brary, there are two "stack floors"
so that the tenth "story" of the
building is actually only a little
more than five stories high.
On each stack level, there are a
number of carrels, which are
rather small alcoves containing
desks, chairs, and book cases. The
carrels belong (for a one-year per-
iod) to graduate students, who ap-
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