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If the Student Union's double feature program of "Waiting for Lefty" and "The Fall of the City" comes off according to schedule tonight and tomorrow night it won't be because Councilman Michael A. Sullivan didn't try to stop it.
"I don't know exactly what I'll do," he said last evening, "but I'll see that they live up to all the rules of the police and fire departments. I know it's going to be a Communist play and I should think the Harvard authorities would prevent its showing."
Manager G. Robert Stange '41, vice-president of the H.S.U., announced that there was no danger of interference from the city as the production is perfectly legal.
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