On Wednesday afternoon, April 24, at 4.30 P. M., Mr. C. T. Copeland will read in Sever 11, some selections from Hamlet. There have been few opportunities for those outside the university to hear Mr. Copeland, and it is felt that all who have been entertained and instructed by Mr. Copeland's series of lectures and readings would gladly share the pleasure with their friends. This announcement is therefore made before vacation in order that those who wish to invite their friends to Harvard on some day of special interest may make arrangements accordingly. This will be the last of the series of afternoon lectures, and will be open to the public though especially designed for students and their friends.
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