Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902
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A digitized copy of the November 1890 Ursinus College Bulletin.
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Bulletin, news, Reformed Church, literary societies, John Henry Augustus Bomberger, Henry William Super, George W. Williard, James I. Good, Schaff, Bomberger Memorial Hall, Francis Hendricks, YMCA, Glee Club, Ocarina Club, orchestra, Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip, memorial window, Trinity Church, baseball, Darwin, Origin of Species, W. U. Helffrich
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Bomberger, Augustus W.; Kilmer, Harvey E.; and Wagner, Irvin F., "Ursinus College Bulletin Vol. 7, No. 2" (1890). Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902. 60.
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This issue of the Bulletin features the Fall Session opening address delivered by M. Peters entitled "The Problem of evolution." Also included are stories about an accidental fire and shooting which both occurred in the West wing of Freeland Hall. Transitions in faculty and administration are outlined following the death of President Bomberger, while the expansion of the music program and naming of the proposed "Bomberger Memorial Hall" are noted.