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Mr. Copeland's Reading.

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Mr. Copeland will give the sixth and last of his series of lectures and readings in Sever 11 at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The reading will be from Dickens and will include the scene between David and Dora from "David Copperfield," "The Cratchit's Christmas Dinner," the last pages of "A Tale of Two Cities," and David Cabwber's separation from the Micawber. The first selection from "David Copperfield" will be the adaptation made by Dickens for his own reading.

Tickets for fifty cents may be obtained at the door.

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