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Charles Townsend Copeland, known affectionately among generations of Harvard men as "Copey," will give his annual reading of selected English and American verse, Wednesdaynight at 7:30 in the Upper Common Room of the Union.
Copey has been giving his Christian readings ever since the oldest graduate can remember, and though he was unable to keep on schedule this year, his hundreds of friends will not be disappointed.
Even though his eighty-first year will roll by this coming April, Copey's golden voice, which has flattered many a poem since his readings became famous, has never wavered. His custom of conferences with all who want to meet the famous professor, has kept him in constant touch with undergraduate life.
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