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ANY HOME WORK TO IGI-IT?
The public library is the ideal place
for students to go to visit and play when
they should be studying or want someone
to think they are, the only inconvenience
being the librarian who comes around just
when you are having the most fun and looks
at you in that certain way that makes you
want to go look for a book on the other side
of the library.
Some groups meet regularly, every
night, as five or six heads are better than
one when it comes to solving an algebra
problem or translating a Latin sentence.
This cooperative effort saves so much time
that most of the evening is left for ex-
changing the latest notes and gossip. The
library, especially the front steps, is a good
place to chat with the boy or girl friend,
as the case may be, so that you won't both-
er the folks at home and, incidentally so
they won't bother you.
If, sometime, you think youireally
must get a lesson, you simply tell the libra-
rian what you want your teaclter to think
you know and .... presto! rer, she brings you a
book, shows you the place, and all you have
to do is to copy it, or better still, have
someone else Copy it.
Yes, indeed, the library is absolutely
essential to high school students, and if
those not taking advantage of it knew what
a boon it is, they wouldnit waste another
evening studyingat home.”