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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLLINS SAYS RACE
PREJUDICE LESSENS

Initeliigent White Persons Discard
'Theory Of Negp, Inferiority
Says A W 6hority
COMMENDS LOCAL CLUBI
"It seems to me that in the matter
of racial relations in America, the
crux of the whole situation is the fear
of the numerically large white people
of intermarriage and other social and
biological intermingling," stated
Geoffge Collins before a meeting of
the Negro-Caucasian club in Lane hall
Wednesday.
"Intelligent white persons are dis-
carding the age-old conception of ne-
gro inferiority," the speaker declared.
"This theory unfortunately has taken
a firm hold due to long-standing tra-
dition and, mass judgment.!
"Under the leadership of able or-
ganizers," Mr. Collins continued, "so-
cieties such as the one existent at the
University are being formed through-
out the country, especially in the
South, that friendships may be made
between white man and negro through
personal contact."

Would Give West
New White House
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Rep. Knud Wefad, Minnesot, arm
er-Laborite, is pressing a summer
White House is the West so that Pres-
i4ent Coolidge will have a better op-
portunity to become acquainted1 with
the farm situation.

Cornwell -Coal -Coke
Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."

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We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way.
think so too, let's get together.

If you

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OPEN EVENINlGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
SUNDAYS TILL 4 P. M.

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Phone 9314

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Some for less than $100
HENRY S. PLATT

LEA UPANDPAINWU
Springtime nearing means thought about decor-
ating your home. You want the woodwork and
walls to reflect beauty, cleanliness and cheerful-

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MASQURADERS
OLG A OEIIM COLLETTE BLEIN
PrIina honnIia 1)anseuse
And Company of Eight
A Spectacular Song, Rance 14d1
Musical Fantasy
Ot)1her Big Featur, T[o-

312 East

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Dial 4229

FORD SALES AND SERVICE

ness.

We are amply prepared to aid and advise you
in your spring redecorating. Our shelves are
loaded with paints and varnishes of high grade
goods for every purpose. Our wall hangings are
of the Highest grade and patterns, in both import-
ed colorings and unique designs.
Have you purchased one of our $1.50 pictures
for $1.00?
C.H. MAJOR & CO.
203 East Washington St. Dial 9313

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SUNDAY:

The Ann Arbor Floral

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For Spring

Society Brand
Suits and Topcoats

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Vol. 1. No. 45. Published Every Friday by Ann Arbor Floral Company
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SWEET PEAS
Cur famous crop of sweet Mother flowers on your birth- The cheery presence of a
peas are now on. Long stems day. She'll understand that Cyclamen or other flowering
and beautiful colors. Such as you want to show her your plant on the living room table
white, salmon, blue, lavender, appreciation of all she has done will inspire cheerful thoughts
pink, red, etc. o . all day long. They are ex-
Let Sweet Peas convey Surprise "Dad" when he ceptionally fine and reasonably
your message. comes home from the office priced at this time.
tonight. Have a few refresh- Hyacinths, Daffodils, Narcis-
houses on weekdays or Sun- ing flowers or a blooming plant sus and Jonquils, lasting and
days. in his favorite corner. When fragrant, are. here now, as the
you see how pleased he is first notes of Spring. They are
For old time's sake send you'll have them there always. easily cared for.
We Are the T elegraph Florists of Ann Arbor
Store: 122 East Libuert~y Street cGreeuuhouses:; 1021 Malden Lane.
Phone 6215 Phone 21715
FIN ER ROSES MAKE FINE R GIFTS

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copyright 1925 Hart Schaffner & Marx

SPRING TOPCOATS.

You will find it more convenient to buy your Spring
Clothes at Wadhams & Co. on the ten-payment plan and
take ten weeks to pay. Nothing could be easier! No

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interest charges, no red tape!
and topcoats for Spring are h
See them.

The new Society Brand suits
ere. Nothing could be finer!

$30 and $33.50

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Hart, Schaffner & Marx

On your birthday, send mother flowers.

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