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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY SUND-

'U' ALUMNA TO APPEAR IN CAST:

'Anne Frank

To Open Locally

By JEAN HARTWIG Prof. William J. Haistead of the
Thursday, when the stage pro- speech department, who directed
duction of "The Diary of Anne Miss McFarland as Beatrice in
Frank" comes to Ann Arbor, a Shakespeare's "Much AdohAbout
familiar face will return to the N yothindpy" remembers her as.
University after a successful career equally talented at playng comic
on Broadway, and serious roles.
Nan McFarland, who majored in Played Varied Roles
speech at the University, received Since her roles in various pro-
her master's degree from the Uni- ductions of Shakespeare's plays,
versity in 1939. Under the direc- "My Three Angels." and the lead
tion and training of Valentine opposite Maurice Evans in "Man
Windt she played in several pro- and Superman," she hasn't been
ductions sponsored by the Uni- back to the University as far as
versity, including "Trelawney of Prof. Halstead knows.
the Wells," "Margin for Error," Miss McFarland will play the
"George Washington Slept Here," wife of the Van Daan family, the
and "The Little Foxes." couple that joins the Franks in
- -- ---- -their hiding place in Holland. She
played the same role in the pro-
duction that ran for 90 weeks on
Dial NO 8-6416 Broadway.
IilN -46 Francis Lederer, the star of the
Pulitzer Prize winning production,
faces a rather odd complication
Ol 'i"r owith his role as Otto Frank. Anne's
LES DICKENS' father. He was offered the part on
*wtm ma*r*the condition that he would have
to be made up to look like the1
real Otto Frank, the only survivor
. of the family, currently living in
Switzerland.
Hair Presents Problem
Height and weight weren't any
problem, as both men are of ap-
K BOGARDE proximately the same build. Make-
up took care of facial structure.
But Frank is totally bald, while
h.rrrm bneUI thick d ak hir 6

Professors
To Address
Two Groups
Two University professors have
been invited to address groups
outside the state.
One will appear at Bryn Mawr
College and the other has been
asked to address a convention in
St. Louis.
Prof. Verner W. Crane of the
history department will deliver.
Bryn Mawr College's Webster Lee-
ture tomorrow.

ALU NA RETURNS-Nan McF,
Mrs. Van Daan in "The Diary of
Arbor Thursday. The production
Broadway, will be sponsored byI
for two years, separated from the
German police only by a small
swinging bookcase.
Diary Endings Differ
The original diary ends August
1, 1944 when Ann is talking to her
imaginary friend Kitty about her
impatience with her own unpre-
dictable personality.
In contrast with the sober na-
ture of the diary ending, the play
runs until August 4, when the
Nazis broke into the annex amid
the sound of rushing automobiles,
howling sirens and rifle butts.
This obviously dramatic effect
is in contrast to the actual event
which took place in quiet and was
comparatively unexciting.
The story, told simply and sensi-
tively in the words of a young
girl, symbolizes the triumph of
childish innocence in the face of
harsh reality.
Since the publication of the

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Rosseels, Edel To Perform
With Ann Arbor Music Group

rand, shown here in her role as
Anne Frank," will appear in Ann
, which played for 90 weeks on
local theatre.
diary, a special Anne Frank Foun-
dation has been dedicated to help-?
ing children in Berlin. Her birth-
place in Frankfort. Germany and
the hiding place in Amsterdam
have been converted to public
shrines and Anne Frank Havens
have been established in Israel's
Youth Alyah Villages
Sponsored by a local theatre,
the play, which has won the New
York Drama Critics' Award, theF
Antoinette Perry Award, the Na-
tional Drama Critics Poll and the
Theatre Club Gold Medal, will
feature a Broadway cast. In addi-'
tion to Miss McFarland and Leder-
er, Lilia Skala, Gilbert Green, Otto
Hulett, Loney Lewis and Pauline
Hahn will appear.
Thursday night the curtain will
rise on the tender story of a
young girl who finds courage in
her unshakeable faith that "people
are really good at heart."

Prof. Crane will speak on
"Franklin and the Political Jour-'
nalism of the 18th century."
Prof. Viado A. Getting of the
public health school will speak at'
the annual convention of the
American Public Health Associa-
tion in St. Louis Tuesday.
Detroit Area
Rep orts Sigle
Case of P-o
Detroit's 1958 total of polio
cases reached 613 yesterday with
the discovery of one new case.
Polio, which reached epidemic
proportions in the Detroit area
during the summer months, has
caused 20 deaths so far this year.
Detroit reported 22 new cases
during the week, the lowest num-
ber recorded since the epidemic
started in the last week of July.
The record for the year shows
175 polio cases and two deaths in
the Detroit area.
State health officials reported
a total of 1,078 polio cases were
discovered in Michigan this year,
as compared to a total of only
470 last year,
New polio cases throughout the
state numbered 57 during the
week ending yesterday.

Prof. Oliver Edel, cellist, and
Gustave Rosseels, violinist. of thet
music school and the Stanley
Quartet will play Brahms' famous
Double Concerto for Violin and
Cello with the Ann Arbor Civic1
Symphony at 3 pin, next Sunday
in the Ann Arbo)r High School
Auditorium.
The double concerto by Brahms
is the only concerto for violin and
cello ever composed.
The program will also feature
Handel's "Theodora Overture" and
the "Introduction and Cortege
from Le Coq d'Or" by Rimsky-
Korsakoff.
The "Merry Mount Suite" by
Hanson, which had its premiere at
the University in the 1933 May
Festival starring Mary Garden,
will also be presented in the con-
cert.
Both featured performers are
well known for their accomplish-
ments.
Rosseels, who came to the United
States in 1946 from his home in
Belgium. has played more than
1200 concerts with the Paganini
Quartet throughout Europe, South
America and the United States.
Prof. Edel traveled to Europe's
Group Picks
Researchers
Prof. Fred J. Hodges and Prof.
William O. Umiker, both of the
University's Medical Center, have
been appointed by the American
Cancer Society to committees
which will make a three-year,
nationwide study of lung cancer,
Prof. Hodges was named to the
project's coordinating committee
and Prof. Umiker will direct one
of the project's four cytology
centers.
The research is a joint effort
by the American Cancer Society
and the Veteran's Administration
to halt lung cancer.

major cities with the Manhattan
Quartet and averaged about 60
concerts a year in his later work
with the Roth Quartet. As a mem-
ber of the Stanley Quartet and as
a soloist he performs an average
of 3>5 timtes ;a year.

PROF. OIAVER EDEL
... to play cello

L.ederer nas very mcK, uar iar'
But the actor hardly hesitated
before he said to producer Kermit
Bloomgarden, "Think nothing of
it. In the interests of my art, not
to say my bank account, I shall
shave my head every day."
Consequently, every night be-
fore curtain time, the professional
dresser who travels with the play
runs his electric razor over Leder-
er's cranial stubble.
Two Years To Complete
Bloomgarden's production of
"The Diary of Anne Frank," which
took two years and eight drafts
to complete, was dramatized by
Frances Goodrich and Albert
Hackett, from the posthumously
published diary of the real Anne
Frank, a 13-year-old Jewish girl
who hid with her family in Am-
sterdam from the Nazis.
The drama is not really a war
play in the usual sense, but an
account of a group of courageous
people who face fear and in-
security with good humor until
the Nazis discover their hiding
place in an Amsterdam garret.
Told from the viewpoint of the
innocent young girl. the story
takes place in the "Secret An-
nexe," the tiny apartment in the
back of an Amsterdam office
building where eight people lived

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ACACIA
Daniel R. Baff, '61; Joel L.
Baum, '61E; Tyler D. Haptwell,
'61E; Stephen M. Losh, '61; Carl
W. Mayes, '61; Kurt G. Pahl, '62E;
Daiel B. Partridge, '60; John F.
Waldner, '60.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Federic C. Baker, '62; Dean D.
Burns, '62; John L. Colmar, '62E;
John O. Ledyard, '62E; William
G. Phelps, '62E; Peter A. Schweitz-
er, '61; Thoburn M. Stamm, Jr.,
'62E; David L. Wentworth. '62.
ALPHA EPSILON PI
Micheal E. Becker, '62E; Barry
Blyveis, '61; Harold S. Chizewer,
'62E; Lewis Cogen, '62; Howard
P. Coleman, '62; Samuel Goldman,
'62; Jeffery E. Jarrett, '62; Jo-
seph R. Klein, '62E; Steven Z.
Kleiner, '62; David M. Leibenthal,
'62E.
Ira M. Pitchal, '62; H. James
Rome, '62E; Frederic R. Rothman,
'61: Robert I. Spiegel, '61; Stefan
F. Tucker, '60BAd.; Jerry L. Wein-
er, '62; Ira Yohalem, '62.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
David A. Baker. '62; Kenneth E.
Calkin, '62; Robert L. Dinges,
'62; Richard D. Lamley, '61; John
D. Novak, '61E; Albert M. Port,
Jr., '61E Delbert J. Pryzby, '62.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Frank A. Bauss, '62E; Robert!
M. Brown, '62E; Hartley R. Bur-
roughs, '61E: Richard K. Clark,;
'62; Rollin G. Douma, '62; Terry
M. Gallagher, '61: Ronald R. Han-
Gallagher. '61; Ronald R. Han-
lon, '61; David R. Jarrett, '60E;
Barry R. Ludwig. '62.
Francis T. McGuane, '62; James
Reynolds, '62; William L. Skinner,
'60E: Peter W. Steketee, '62; Sam-
uel M. Thomas, Jr., '59E: William,
0. Vose, '62; Richard J. Wilhelmi,
'60 BAd.; Richard S. Youngberg,
6lEd.
BETA THETA PT
John M, Archangeli, '62; Rex 0.
Arney, '62: William E. Badger,
'61; Frederic F. Balgooyen, '62;
David F. Barbour, '62E; John G.
Barrie, '62A&D; Bruce A. Beda,
'62E; Thomas E. Chappell, '62E;

Gordon L. Elicker, '62E; Henry
J. Heck, '62; Robert F. Hefferan,
'62.
Wallace R. Herrala, '62; Rich-
ard H. Jackson, '62; John H. Mor-1
gan, '62E; Robert Mulder, '62;
John W. Power, '62; Carl R.
Quarnstrom, '61, David M. Torok,
'62E, John L. Tuohy, '62; James
L. Yost, '62.
CHI PHI
George J. Brett, '62; David L.
Busch, '62; Albert M. Butzbaugh,'
'62; Daniel J. Commisky, '62; John'
E. Dewane, '62; John R. Duck-
worth, '62A&D; Karl R. Frankena,
'61; Gerald P. Spinazze, '62;
Thomas M. Stone, '62E.
CHI PSI
Richard S. Condon, '62; David
M. Croskery, '59E; Daniel D. Day-
ton, Jr., '62; David L. Goodman,
'61; Howard C. Jackson, '62;
James P. Ludwig, '62; Robert H.
Marcereau, '61; Roger A. Moore,
'62; Daniel J. Petersen, '62E; Rob-
ert V. Peterson, '62: David A.
Randolph, '62; Thomas Y. Watson,
Jr., '62.
DELTA CHI
Alan L. Blankenship, '61; Paul"
J. Blizman, '62; Robert E. Cole,
'62; Gary W. Gathen, '62; Harper
K. Hellems, '62; Herbert E. Koen-I
ing, Jr., '62E; David R. Minikel,
'62; Allan R. Rieman, '63A&D;
William J. Sanders, '61E; Frank
S. Spies, '61,
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Franklin E. Ayres, '62; David G.
Fluehr, '61; Per K. Hansen, '62;
William C. Herrick, '62; James B.
Howbert, '62; Richard B. Rogers,
'62: Stephen A. Rogers, '61; Mi-
cheal T. Todd, '62,
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Frederick N. Christophersen,
'60E: John O. Goodwin, '61E;;
Walter R. Holdampf, '62A&D;
Edward D. Timey, '61E.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Tom B. Bechtel, '62; Robert W.
Benson, '62E; Thomas S. Dietrich,
'59; Thomas R. Duprow, '60E;
Fredrick R. Eilber, '62; Hugh B.
Forman, '61Ed.; Karl T. Henkel,,

'61; David N. Hull, 'OE; Alix N.
Johns, '61; James Knistir, '60E;
John J. McCracken, '61.
Lawrence E. Miller, '60E; Gary
L. Nobel, '62; Peter Ordway, '60;
Gerald P. Price, '62; William R.
Radford, '62; Raymond F. Ross,
'61E; William A. Sands, '60; Wal-
ter R. Secosky, '62; Gerome A.
Smith, '62.
Rodney E. Stence, '62; Stephen
H. Vandervort, '62; Richard M.
Weber, '61E: Douglas K. Wenzel,
'62; Dwain W. Yates, '62.
DELTA UPSILON
Robert A. Berarducci, '62;
George B. Boguslavsky, '61; James
Warren Colliera, '62; Anthony J.
Cosimano, '62: William H. Horn-
beck, '62; Stephen F. Howard,
'60E; John E. Kerr, '62; Ronald
H. Kilgrin, '62E.
Gayle E. King, '61E; Donald M.
Kratt, '62E; Jon Leibee, '62; How-
ard R. Nahikan, '61E; Howard W.M
Patch, '60; Thomas W. Ruggles,
'62.
KAPPA SIGMA
William H. Hoagland, '62; Kon-
rad C. King, '62E; H. Keith Miller,
'62E; Alen J. Steger, '62E; David
J, Terrell, '62.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
James D. Blodgett, '62; Gerald
A. Burklund, '61E; Gerald J.'
Goode, '60; Robert J. Graham, '62;
William R. Henderson, '63A&D;
Philip K. Lockard, '60A&D; David
A. Matzen, '62E; Ross E. McRon-j
ald, '62; Harvey G. Moore, III,
'62E; Michael Parker, '60; Philip
O. Shriner, '62E; Paul R. Spring-
er, '61E; Richard E. Swager, '62.
PHI DELTA THETA
James S. Benagh, '60; Bruce M.
Boardman, '62; Harold F. Busch,
'61; David P. Derleth, '62; Lloyd,
B. Gibson, '61; Stuart J. Gray, '61;
John F. Haley, '62; David O. Har-
bert, '62; Walid H. Houry, '61.
Vitauts V. Lanka, '61; Phil M.
Leech, '62; Donald S. Maentz, '62;
George W. Mans, '62; John L.
Mans, '62; Thomas L. Siefert, '62;
William P. Thurber, '61; Harry
C. VanMatre, '62.
PHI EPSILON PI
Harris M. Bachrack, '62; Alan'
S. Burstein, '62; Irwin J. Dinn, '62;
Loren M. Fishman, '62; Murray
A. Freedman, '62; Michael M.
Good, '62; Ignatius M. Haas,z,
'62A&D; Michael A. Heymann,
62; Stanley C. Immerman, '62;;
Sheil S. Salsnek, '63E; Jerrold E.
Salzman, '62; Stephen R. Smith,i

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PHI GAMMA DELTA
David P. Baron, '62E; Richard
N. Boyd, '62E; James M. Brickley,1
'62; Robert N. Duke, '61; James F.
Hadley, '61; John D. Karr, '60;
Edward F. Langs, '62; Raymond
S. Locke, '61Ed.; Richard M. Lyons,
'62P; Robert L. Proudfit, '62E;
Richard A. Rossman, '62; Frederic,
M. Swinehart, '61E; Laurarce J.
Van Tuyl, '62E.
PHI KAPPA PSI
James G. Gibson, '60; Donald E.
Gillis, '61SM; Gaer C. Guerber,
'62; David H. Kibler, '62E; Robert
S. Litten, '62; David K. Lucas,
'61E; Frederick C. Meyer, '61;
Perry W. Morton, '61; Donald W.
Myers, '62; Wallace G. Newcomb,
'02E.
Alfred E. Nickles, '62E; John V.
Parker. '62E; Eugene D. Rubin,
'62E; Richard H. Schaus, '62NR;
Richard B. Small, '62; Arthur R.
Smith III, '62E; Robert J. Stefen,
'60E; Henry Stine, '60; Kenneth
D. Strohmeyer, '82; Karl F. Weih-
man, '62.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Eugene V. Gourley, '62; John
P. Petrie, '61Ed,; John H. Sloan,
'59,
PHI KAPPA TAU
Charles E. Ashton, Jr, '62; Ste-
phen F. Fletcher, '62; Theodore
M. Hartz, '61E; Guy W. Hower,
'60; Robert S. Hyslop, '62E; John
M. Lovallo, '62E; Arthur J. Oliver,
'62E; Herbert R. Schefline, '61;
Dennis C. Stravros, '62E; Georgei
W. Williams, '61E.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
Gilbert F. Asher, '62; Richard
L. Eppy, '62A&D; Michael S.
Friedman, '62; Michael J. Gural-
nick, '62; Sanford R. Hoffman,
'62; John R. Jacobwitz, '62; Rob-
ert Land, '62E; Richard L. Le-
vine, '62; Joel M. Miller, '62.
Steven R. Natonson, '62E; Herb
P. Newburger, '62E; Joseph A.
Pick, '62; Robert P. Reiter, '62;
Richard P. Robbins, '62; Harold
M. Steinberg, '62; Charles A.
Stupsker, '62.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
George W. Dunn II, '62SM;
Robert J. Jachim, '60BAd.; Chase
F. Klinesteker, '62; John M. Lutz,
'61E; Thomas R. Moor, '62E;
Richard K. Schwartz, '61E; Rich-
ard M. Siefert, '61.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Alan H. Fine, '62; Norman H.
Glickman, '62; Paul Grant, '62;
Mervyn J. Klein, '62; Larry A.
Kushkin, '62; Robert Lane, '62;
Leslie P. Lipson, '61; Kenneth
Montlack, '62; Lloyd B. Polinsky,

'62; Louis M. Weisz, '62; Michael
S. Wigler, '62.
PSI UPSILON
Andrew F. Derr III, '62; Edward
S. Evans, '63; James H. Field, '62;
Kent Flatley, '62; William D.
Leonard, '61: Patrick I. McGov-
ern, '61; William C. Melvin, '62;
Donald W. Moe, '61; George N.
Monroe, '62.
Frederick K. Ostermann, '62;
Arthur O. Proefke, '62; Paul A.
Ridder, '62; Harold L. Schafer, Jr.,
'62; Bowen E. Schumacher, '62;
Michael2Simpson, '62; Robert F.
Ware, '82.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Frederick M. Brubaker, '62P;
Norman A. Coll, '62E; Daniel E.
Conway, '62E; Carroll E. Dietle,
'61; George R. Emme, '60E; Mi-
chael E. Fesler, '62; Harley Ha-
gen, Jr., '61; John R. Harding,
'62; Michael J. Hihiker, '62E; Ger-
ald J. Levandowski, '61E.
Carl A. Lindell, '62E; Eldon M.
Martin, '62; Gary R. McDonald,
'62; William J. McGregor. '61;
Ron Munn, '62Ed.; Stanley C.
Pincura, '62E; Robert S. Powers,
'62; Thomas W. Shilling, '62:
Stanley A. Smith, '62; JameS C.
Tenney, '62E; Theodore J. Wa-
chowski, '62; Yates S. Williams,
'61E; Peter E. Wooding, '62.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Arthur C. Bartner, '628M; Da-
vid R. Berent, '62; Lawrence R.
Bold, '62; Ira Briskman, '62; Law-
rence A. Danto, '62; Jeffrey En-
gel, '62; Arnold Frumin, '62;
James S. Golanty, '62; Joseph A.
Golden, '62; David S. Jacobson,
'62; Stephen Levine, '82.
Harvey Lichterman, '62; Paul
M. Lurie, '62; Michael Maddin,
'62; Stuart C. Nathan, '62; Mi-
chael S. Parr, '62; Roger Pascal,
'62; Elliot S. Pearlman, '62E; Wil-
liam Pearlman, '62; Richard S.
Rosenthal, '63A&D; Peter Roth-
enberg, '62; Ralph S. Ryback, '62;
Gary Shapira, '62; Eugene A. Sil-
verstein, '62; Stephen Vile, '62.
SIGMA CIII
Richard M. Biondi, '62; Garry
G. Blunt, '62; .James T. Bohart,
'62; Joseph J. Brefeld, '61; Barry
L. Bryant, '62: Richard A. Dahl-
strom, '61P; John D e i n i n g e r,
'61A&D; Michael A. Drake, '82;
Bernard E. Fick, '62; Karl V. Fink,
'61; Stephen B. Graves, '62E.
John M. Hallenbeck, '62Ed.;
James F. Korowin, '62; Frank L.
Legacki, '61Ed.; Robert C. Marvin,
'62; Alan H. Pierrot, '62; John D.
Quinn, '62; William H. Reed, '62;
Hull J. Roberts, '62.
Paul R. Schmidt, '62; Jon B.
Schopf, '62Ed.; Joachim F. Seeger,
'61; Richard E. Smith, '62E;
Lauren D. Soderlind, '62; Ken-
neth E. Tureaud, '62; Thomas R.
Weadock, '61; Michael T. Wil-
liams, '62; Thomas A. Wilson, '61.
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