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Page 244 - Cal. •University of Chicago.. Chicago, 111. University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. University of Georgia. .Athens, Ga. •University of Illinois .. Urbana, 111. •University of Kansas . .Lawrence, Kan. University of Maine. .. Orono, Me. •University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. •University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. •University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. •University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC University...
Page 143 - The enjoyment of the rights conferred by this Order shall be subject to the accomplishment of the conditions and formalities prescribed by the law of the United States of America.
Page 91 - Provide yourself with the material the lesson requires; have on hand maps, ruler, compass, special paper needed, etc. 3. Understand the lesson assignment. Learn to take notes on the suggestions given by the teacher when the lesson is assigned. Take down accurately any references given by the teacher. Should a reference be of special importance, star it so that you may readily find it. Pick out the important topics of the lesson before beginning your study. 4.
Page 143 - March 4, 1909, now exists and is fulfilled in respect to the subjects of Great Britain and the British dominions, colonies and possessions, with the exception of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Newfoundland, and that such...
Page 140 - ... Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, including the law library, and what other books or articles shall be placed in the reserve collections of the Library of Congress for sale or exchange, or be transferred to other governmental libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein.
Page 91 - ... mathematics read it through and be sure you understand what is to be proved before beginning its solution; in translating a foreign language, read the passage through and see how much you can understand before consulting the vocabulary.
Page 143 - ... obscene, indecent, immoral, inhuman, sacrilegious, or is of such a character that its exhibition would tend to corrupt morals or incite to crime, shall issue a license therefor.
Page 93 - The old problem of the old library was the preservation of its materials frequently to the point of almost preventing their use. A new problem of the new library, and more specifically the college and university library, is the conservation of materials that should and must be used. Etymologically considered there seems to be no essential difference between preservation and conservation, but in our recent popular use the words are fairly distinct In the minds of many, and suggest almost opposite...
Page 94 - ... of most of our universities. Our only hope then, it seems to me, is to devise some plan for the use of the materials that will make available to a large class the real essence of these best secondary sources, and yet prevent the actual handling of these periodicals by untrained and many times uninterested young students who do not to any degree appreciate the sacred value of what to them is little more than paper. The nature of much of this material is such that It is quite...