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Charles Townsend Copeland '82, Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, emeritus, will give his twenty-fourth annual reading for Freshmen at 4.30 o'clock on December 18, in the Upper Common Room of the Union. He will be introduced by Kendric N. Marshall '21, instructor in Government.
Professor Copeland, in accordance with his usual custom, has not announced in advance what selections he will read. In the past he has read from Kipling, Stephen Leacock, Dunne, Thackeray, and many others, as well as from the Bible.
Copy has read every year since the Union was opened. December 18 will be the only occasion this year when the Freshmen will have an opportunity to hear him.
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