Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902
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A digitized copy of the May 1888 Ursinus College Bulletin.
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Bomberger, Augustus W. and Fluck, Jonathan L., "Ursinus College Bulletin Vol. 4, No. 8" (1888). Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902. 43.
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This issue of the Bulletin features the address delivered at the opening of the Spring Term by Francis Hendricks entitled "Now and here." It also describes a mock political convention on campus and notes that on May 8th, black, old-gold and red were officially adopted as the college colors. "Queen of the Valley," an Ursinus song by Minerva Weinberger, is also printed in this issue.