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UNOFFICIAL HIS TORIA N:
Daley Reccords Willow Vilhcie Draat

liistoiy and the aest hetlic are,
to mlost (of Lus, so I; ebi1,ireConl
cilalsle.
But not to Joe Daley, unof-
ficial historian of Willow Run.
For Joe Daley is completely in-
fatuated with history, has an in-
tense awareness of his place in
history, and is fully possessed by
his newest undertaking, that of
recording the day to day drama
of Willow Run.
[depicts 'U' Arrival
He is currently touching up the
most recent act, that depicting the
University's arrival in the Vil-
lage. It's the latest of the sever-
al phases of Village life-the sev-
eral civilizations making up the
history of the Village. And it is
the most recent, though not by
any means the last act, he stress-
es.
The, scenes of this act, he says
are the mannerisms, the way of
dress, choice of foods, recreation-
al activities of the inhabitants as
previous scenes of previous acts
have depicted the dress, manner-
isms, activities of other Village
dwellers.
Daley is employed as a labora-
tory research assistant at the East
Physics building. He lives in Yp-
silanti. He was a milkman at
Willow Village before coming to
work for the University and it
might be said that it was thus
that he first became interested in
Village life and the several sharp-
ly defined phases making up that
life. That might be said, but not;

wviih f'Oiup-lct, r ti I o, 1:1"t ha 11 i l 1i;Hit { i ~1 ii t11,1 %, of l UVUJI 1 Ji(1iUI' l ,
insatiable hun gelr for lhistr . lHe 0.1l('d I rin', t1 w va)'.
wants to know how people have -/A new poplat~ion r prese:.nted
reacted in the past to situations a new era in Willow Run'eigshset a leisclld toy"Dae si - h
ont fc o.Adpoal notefl fUiri_┬░his experience at Willow Village dents. "Youth and an eage rnes
is only incidental to the prime for education at almost any prie
factor involved, his overall histl- .laid combined to take over the
ical curiosity, role of war in setting a pace of
"Tr~emendous Lift"I exube(ralnt community living. As-
"The influx of University stu- pirations still vary, modes of
dents in early 1946 into the cauld- achieving happiness fluctuate
ron of Village life gave Willow greatly but the current lust
Run a tremendous lift," Daley de-I for living in Willow Village
Glared. "After V-J day, a lethz- is common to all groups. Uni-
argic air ad fallen ver teVl esity studients have played an
lage. The exuberance so wide- umtaalroeischae-
spread among residents when surgence.
theywer comonl engged in "And it is this resurgence that
theywer comonl engged inhas kept the temporary war hous-
the dynamic enterprise of turning ; ing p roJect alive well beyond the
out bombers, for the most dy-c life expectancy, well beyond the
namic of incentives, winning aE life of similar communities. It
great wvar, seemed dead. In its;isntbaysrecofhem
wake was degradation and im- i o yaysrtho h m
morlit whch igh beparall- agiriation a ghost town, and as
moraity hichmigh belong as community spirit, corn-
afel ed with the famed Flapper era ! nunity pride thrives, it will never
"The people were confused. become a ghiot town."
They were concerned with what-
was to come next, now that bomb- fraternity Presidents
ers were no -longer needed, now To HIold Meeting Today
that the bomber plant was to
close... They expressed their Harry Jackson, president of the'
confusion in disordered living- Inter fraternity Council, has call-
living from day to day." ed a meeting of fraternity house
"A New Soul" presidents for 7:30 p.m. today at
The University students, Daley the Union.
said, led ordered lives. 'Their ex- The highly controversial issue
ample instilled a new soul in the of rushing regulations for next
Village, an upsurge in commun- fall will be discussed, he said.

Dub ois', Negro
IATc1UUE4,Here
"'7 Am( u i-i Negi 0in 0th1
jeet of a lecture by Dr. W. E. B.
Duhois, special research director
of thec National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple, at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Rackham Lecture Hall, under the
sponsorship of the Inter-Racial
Association.
Dr. Dubois, known as the "dean
of American Negro historians,"
has served as editor of "Crisis"
and other publications, and of the
Encyclopoedia of the Negro. He
has written many articles and
books dealing with race problems
and Negro history, and is noted
as the founder of the Pan-African
Congress.
Tickets for the lecture will be
on sale today in booths in the
League, Union and University
Hall, and may be obtained tomor-
row from IRA members.
li IdFoundation
To LloldSupparnar
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation will have a Suppernar at
5:30 p.m. Sunday at the Founda-
tion.
Dr. Ralph M. Patterson. associ-
ate professor of psychiatry, will
give the third talk in the marriage
lecture series on ''Problems of'
Marriage from a Psychiatrist's
Point of View." The talk will be
followed by an open discussion.

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LOS! AND FOUND
SiTRING OF PEARL'S lost in cliy wc 34 ,,..+ fisptI v
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13ICYCL1E- IJ:, ed. (loud conditin. Pihone
ROYAL PORTABLE 'Typew riter.('allj
2-1259 after 6 p..}'
FOR SALE-Gold ring, black onyx trou
Fraternity crest, $14.00, Phone 22t5
Howard. ) 42
OIL space heater practically new. cur-
tains. hot plate, electric ovent, etc.
These items are at Willow Village
now. Mrs. Crane, 2-4436. 'til 9:00 pan.
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )141
ATTENTION, .GOLFERS--Let me help
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LOOK. UP AT PINUP--
Judges and other contestants
look up at Myra Keck, 18, of
Htaverftrd, Pa., at New York
where she was chosen to be
queen of the New York press
photograpihers ball.

V I E W F R 0 M M 0 U N T_ with the Russian Church of Gethsen-ane in the foregrouind, this
view from the ;Mount of Olives looks toward the ancient walled city of Jerusalem.

F L 0 A T1I N C B 1 C Y C L E'--Tony Fronmbola '(left) and Bud Justice of Newport Beach, Calif.,
man their two-place "floating bicycle" in which they started for Santa Catalina Island, 40 miles
away. They bogged down, and a Navy search craft picked them up.

5 u 1 T - Ethel Smith, organist,
wears a suit designed- by Etta
iGaynes, featuring simple, straight,
lines in the skirt, nipped-in,
,waistline and unusual collar
treatment.

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