THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LIBRARY HUB-The mammoth General Library acts as a central holding company for the Univer-
sity's various library collections. In this building, facing the Diag, is housed a complete card catalog,
indicating books which can be found in any one of the other libraries. The total of volumes owned
by the University is somewhere around 2,590,000.
Aibraries Serve Student Body
brary are about 10,000 selected roomi are additional services of
An integral part of the average reference books: bibliographies, the General Library.
University student's day is a trip encyclopedias, dictionaries, peri- Divisional Libraries
to one of the University's i- odical and newspaper indexes, al- The University Library system
braries, manacs, yearbooks,, biographicalaThoenomaersseveralrdision-m
From the Willilam L. Clements dictionaries and census material. alao encompasses several division-
Library of American History, the al and departmental libraries,
Legal Research Library and the Reference Material which are housed in the General
University Library with its many Also found in this room are un- or Undergraduate Library or in
branches, the student may find boand Congressional committee the buildings of the various
information from volumes total- hearings, a collection of telephone schools and colleges.
ling close to 2;590,000. directories, an extensive " clipping Those libraries, whose catalogs
The libraries' book holdings are and pamphlet file on the Univer- list only the works in their own
recorded in a public catalog on sity and current affairs. Aid in collections, are generally open
the second floor, where author, using these reference materials during morning. afternoon and
title and subject cards for the may be obtained at the Reference evening hours daily except Sun-
books in the General Library and Desk. day.
divisional. libraries are filed. The Periodical Reading Room, Directed by Prof. Frederick H.
The General Library last year also on the second floor, fea' :es Wagman, the University Library
opened its stacks to the use of all periodicals and newspapers and has many special resources in its
University students and faculty. also serves as a browsing and study various branches. Among them
Previously books were requested at room. are the Parsons Collection of Poli-
the main desk and employees got Physical alterations in progress tical Science, the Goethe Collec-
them from the stacks. at the library involve the conver- tion, the Hubbard Collection of
Adopting the Undergraduate Li- sion of the First Floor Study Hall Imaginary Voyages, the MacMil-
brary system, the General Library into new headquarters for the Or- lan Shakespeare Collection and
now has controlled exits, whereby der and Circulation Departments the Labadie Collection relating to
students may enter by the main or and the renovation of the Base- labor.
side entrances but may leave only ment Study Hall into a new staff The William L. Clements Li-
by the main exit, where books and lounge. brary of American History, under
briefcases are checked to see books The Map Room, located in Room the direction of Prof. Howard H.
are properly signed out. 312 on the third floor, the Rare Peckham, features various docu-
On the open shelves of the main Book Room on the fourth floor, ments, weekly displays and books
Reading Room of the General Li- and the several graduate reading on American history.
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Broiled fresh Lake Trout
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Veal Cutlet . . .
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Broiled (enlfer-(u Jersey
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Skillfully broiled to perfection, French fried onion rings
Broiled Tenderloin Steak. . . . 3.40
Served with glazed pineapple ring
Broiled, Spring Lamb" (hops . $2.4
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