>O------ ------ 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.
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Matinees (Thurs.) Thanksgiving
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THANKSGIVING PORAM STARTING TODAY
"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-
The Michigan Takes
Particular Pride in Offering
The Tidal Wave of Songland
JAM ES STEIGER
at the Pinao
Excellent Holiday Entertainment of Thrilling
Love Romance Sparkling with Youth
" Acrobatic Novelty~
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
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.
I Shows at 1:25