Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Sever 11 Mr. Copeland will give his fifth reading from "Wits and Humorists," and in particular from Mark Twain and other American writers. Mr. Copeland will read extracts from "Adam's Diary," by Mark Twain, and also "The Register," a farce in three scenes by W. D. Howells. The reading will be open only to members of the University.
Reading by Mr. Copeland Tomorrow
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