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Mr. Copeland's reading last night in observance of Lincoln's Birthday was highly successful, and should certainly lead to the annual celebration of the occasion at the University. The hall was crowded and the interest was intense.
Mr. Copeland began with a short address that he had prepared, showing why the University should honor Lincoln, and urging the yearly celebration of his birthday.
The reading included some of Lincoln's sayings, the Gettysburg Speech, "O Captain, My Captain," and "The Camps of Green," by Whitman, a part of Mr. Higginson's speech in gift of Soldiers Field, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," the editorial in the CRIMSON of February 9, an extract from Mr. Woodrow Wilson's "Calendar of Great Americans," and a part of the Commemoration Ode.
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