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STUDENTS IN PORTO
FOR VACATION
DEC. 17

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Winter's Coming
Old Man Winter has arrived with
all his cohorts and intends to stay for
some time according to indications
.given out by- the thermometer, cold
ears, and icy sidewalks today.
The observatory reports that the
temperature last night was the cold-
est it has been this winter, reaching
one degree below zero.
With galoshes, ear-laps, and toques,
becoming increasinglyevident on the
campus it seems the student body has
settled down to 'a long siege by. the
forces of snow and cold and hopes to
outlast their vicious attacks by sundry.
and various methods.

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(By Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 17.-Astonishment
was expressed by the superstitious
when the earth did not come to an
end today. The ominous position of
the planets had been well press-agent-
ed and some astrologers and persons
versed In witchcraft had maintained
that at the precise moment when the
major leaguers of the Solar System
formed themselves in a straight/line-
with Neptune, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars,
Venus and Mercury on one side of the
Sun and Uranus or the other- the
earth, which had moved four or flive
solar paces to the front of the line,
would behave like the deacon's one-
horse shay.:
Judgment Day h Holiday
Scientists had scoffed, but the sup-
erstitious ones recalled having lighted
three cigarets with one match or hav-
ing walked under a ladder, or having
done in recent historic times one or
the thousahd and one other things
known far and wid as omens of evil
days.
Students in Porto Rico are reported
to have been so unfavorably impress-
ed with their chances for eontnuing
life yesterday that they asked for a
holiday to prepare for the worst. Har-
old Jacoby, professor of astronomy
at Columbia, intimated that their ac-
tions might have been due to the de-
sire of youth everywhere to have, a
holiday. He and many other scientists
maintained that the effect on the earth
of the planetary alignment would be
nil..
Very Old Staff
Astrologers have predicted the end
of the world on somewhat similar oc-
casions forcenturies. As early as 1186
A. D., the world escaped one of their
threatened cataclysms. Disappoint-
ment at the escape did not prevent
Stoffler from predicting a universal
deluge for the year 1524-a yearas it
tuined ut, which was distinguished
for; droizlit.~
Mother Sh,,ton, "witch" of Tudor
times, was credited with being equally
sure that 404) years after her time-
in 1881, to be exact-the world would
come to an end. The prediction caus-
ed -much agitatton in England, when
the date arrived Thousands desert-
ed tbeir homes and went out into the
fields to await annihilation.'
Farious religious cults have made
a specialty in mor: ecent years of
9pecifying an hour as the earth's last.
setting forth scriptural or pseudo-sci
entific arguments In support of theirs
obhtentions.,
MANY PROFESSORS PLAN TO
A TTEND ROLIDAY MEETINGS
(Continued from Page One)
torical association which will convene
at Cleveland will be attended by the
following frofi the University pf
Mihigan: Professors Arthur L. Cross,
Claude H. Van Tyne, E. R. Turner,
E. Boak, Earl W. Dow, V. W. Crane,
and U. B. Phillips, of the history de-
partment, J. S. Reeves of the political
science depatment, and L. C. Kar-
pinski of the mathematicsAepartment.
Professor Cross will read a paper
on the subject, "Som Problems in
British Imperial I!ederaion." Pro-
fessor Karpinski will read a paper
before a new section of the associa
tion, the history of sciences section.
Profesor Boak will preside at one ses-
sion of the convention.
LAW STUDENT ATTACKED
BY UNKNOWN ASSAILANT
While walking down Tappan aveue
late Tuesday night, Edward Massie,
'21L, was assaulted by a man in front
of Kent house and severely cut about
the head. Massie, although dazed,
was able to walk to the residence of

Dr. .Stouffer, where his wounds were
attended to. He immediately notified
the police, who were unable to secure
and traces of the *nan who attacked
him.
Evans Attends New York Meeting
Thomas St. Clair Evans, executive
secretary of the Students' Christian
association, has left for New York to
attend a.convention of church work-
ers of the country. r
SLEIGRIING is GOOD
Phone 87 for Single and Double Cut-
ters. Special attention to pleasure
parties. We can take you in the coun-
try where supper will be served. Mul-
lison Riding S.tables.-Adv.
Waterman, Parker, Conklin, Sheaff-
er and other fountainpens.0. D.
i Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

Gilberts and Webers Chocolates in
any size for Xmas at CUSHING'S
PHARMACY.-Adv.
Special sale of fancy box stationery
and Christmas cards. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
Fine line of M and Numeral pipes at
CUSHING'S PHARMACY.-Adv.'

"CREOLE PRALINES,O' Tice's Drug
Store, 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
The Parrot at
Ready-made clothes like thf
imitators-lacking in individual

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U.NOTICES caus
Proofs of group photographs taken of by tb
University organizations for the cept
1920 Michiganensian must be approv- this
ed and selected before Christmas ities
vacation as they are to be sent away scho
for engravings during the holidays.
Organizations which have failed to MUS
have group photographs taken for
the Michiganesian may, With permis-
ton' of the editors, make* appoint-
ments with the photographers for Mu
pictures to be taken during the first oper
seven days after Christmas vacation. M003
All students making drawings for the by '1
1920, Michiganensian are asked to I
bring them to the art editor's otlices been
on the second floor of the Press lecti
building between 3 and 5 o'clock nooi
Thursday afternoon. noun

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THURSDAY
5:00--Mliciganensian editorial and
business staffs meet on the second
floor of the Pr ss building.
7:15-Cooley club meets in practice
court room of Law building.
7:80-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Basketball game. Michigan vs.
Polish Seminary in Waterman gym-
nasium,
FRIDAY
7:30-Basketball game. Michigan vs.
Kalamazoo Normal school in Water-
man gymnasium.

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