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READING IN LIVING ROOM

Professor Copeland Has Consented to Repeat His Trial of Last Year.

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Professor Copeland, after a great deal of urging, has very kindly consented that his last reading of the year on Wednesday, March 26, shall be in the Living Room of the Union instead of in the Dining Room. The subject, as he has announced it, is "Irish Wit, Humor, and Pathos--in English and the Brogue.

As this is the last reading of the year, the Governing Board wishes all men who desire to hear it to be afforded the opportunity of doing so, whether they are members of the Union or not. Therefore the reading will be open to all members of the University.

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