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The Liberal Union is going to sue somebody, only it hasn't decided who, according to film chairman Milton Schlein '53.

The local left-wingers are annoyed because the reels for their scheduled picture, "Lifeboat," didn't show up Tuesday night. Four hundred people had to be turned away at the New Lecture Hall.

This is the second straight week that the movies they ordered from a New York distributing firm have failed to appear. Last time it was the fault of the rail strike. The H.L.U. had the film sent by air this time, but with no better success.

"Our good name and finances are crumbling," Schlein said. "Somebody has got to be sued for something."

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