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November 28, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-28

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&GTO------ ------ THE M IC H IGCAN DAILY yv-WEnE

SDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1921

ALLEN TO! CONFER WITH FIRE-WARDEN ANDREWS~
With the purpose of conferring leave today for Lansing. The cam-
with the chief fire-warden of the paign work will take the form of
state, H. J. Andrews, on the sub- preventing forest fires in the coun-
ject of forest-fire campaign work, ties of northeastern part of the
S. W. Allen, of the School of Lower Peninsula. Andrews is with
Forestry and Conservation, w;ill th1e state conservation department.
FRATmERNITIES--SORORITIESI
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! = GIVE US A TRIAL ON ALL
I -YOUR PRINTING NEEDS
_ ~Printing That Pleases_
i be . 6_6mnfriM etter (tflresmicons
IE711 N. Univ Ave. Phone 8805 (Over Geo. Moe's)
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IDetroit Theaters
CASS THEATRE
Prices : Evenings $1 to $2.50
Matinees (Thurs.) Thanksgiving
and Saturday--The to $1.50
"The Silent House"'
SHUBERT
LAFAYETTE
"THE GRAND STREET I
FOLLIES"
with
Albert Carroll
Nights, 50c-$2.50; Thur. Mat.
50c-$3.50; Sat. Mat., 50c-$2.00
Want Acds PayI

WHI ITNEY THEATER f
Seats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00; Gallery $1.00 II
Auspices : Michigan Theater League

TWIN STAGE BILL

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THANKSGIVING PORAM STARTING TODAY

GtoReouS
YOUNG LOVER~S
"The First Kiss" should
be your first choice for
s c r e e n entertainment.
Brings back tender mem-
ories of your first kiss.
From the Saturday Eve-
ning Post serial romance,
"Four Brothers," by Tris-
tram Tupper.

The Michigan Takes
Particular Pride in Offering
The Tidal Wave of Songland
FRANK
DEVOE
Vaudeville's" Distinctive
Entertainer
JAM ES STEIGER
at the Pinao

Excellent Holiday Entertainment of Thrilling
Love Romance Sparkling with Youth

and High

Spirits.

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"Three

Golfers"

in an
" Acrobatic Novelty~

STARTING TOMORROW'

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School of Business Administration,"U
by Dean Griffith; "The Program l ICK ALT O K &A C A H
in Real Estate Management," by I
Prof. Ernest W. Fisher, of the real In Person
estate department.

A l
A- REAL HERO-
In War and Peace he was a .
gallant man-a dashing hail-
fellow-well-met c ap wh a-''' "
ways got what he went after- I
You'll regret missing this virile,
dramatic, thrilling photoplap.

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Holiday

Good
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COMING
I ,THAKSGIVIZ
COMINGMATINEE Ti
with Orchestra
I Shows at 1:25
COMING PEI
Attraction/

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