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PROFESSOR COPELAND TO READ SELECTIONS FOR FRESHMEN

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Professor C. T. Copeland '82 will give his annual reading for Freshmen in the Dining Room of the Union at 9 o'clock tonight. Professor Copeland will read selections from the works of Thackeray, Kipling, Leacock, and Donald Ogden Stewart. This reading has previously been held in the autumn.

The reading is held especially for all Freshmen, who may obtain admittance cards from the proctors in the Freshman dormitories, from the office of the Graduate Manager of the Union, or from the Assistant Dean of the Freshman class. Members of the Union will also be admitted.

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