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Charles Townsend Copeland '82, famed Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, emeritus, will appear before a Harvard audience tonight, although he declared in February, "I don't think I'll ever be able to read any more."
Speaking at 7:30 o'clock in the Union Upper Common Room, Copey will culminate a Yardling Christmas celebration, that will precede him with a holiday dinner and the singing of Christmas carols. All University members are invited to the reading.
"Every Harvard man goes to hear Copey once, anyway," remarked Douglas Mercer '40, who is leading the Freshman Union Committee in sponsoring the event. This year's program marks the fortieth year that 33-year-old Professor Copeland has read literary selections.
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