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WEIDNESDA\Y, IMIAI 124 12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EKPECT LARGEINCOME Pruus ed
League Of Natiano .
TA RETURNS FOR MNTH
IProD1ni le Inerease To Exaeeed Or-igInaUy
E stimate of $0(t40
(By Associated Press)
W~ASHINGTON, March 23.-Income'
tax, collections for this month, thne : ,.... <:
first under the new revenue law, are11,
expected by treasury officials to ex-
ceed1 by 20 million dlollars, the ori,-
final estimate of Secretary Meloi. I r '
TFhe total is expected to reach $420,- tr
00,000 by the 'endi of the month, or
appromixately 21 mi)llioni dollars less
than was collected for ther same
quarter of last year when tax rates
were higher. r y f
The increase over the estimate is <<
regarded by Secretary Mellon as due I 3
to expansioA of lbusiness3 prompted by;rF
the prospect of tax reduction. Using i
as a scale the collections to date,
which include.nly taxes paid for t ii
first quarter by individuals and cor- I#
porations, treasury officials expect the,.
total 1for the fsa eredn ue3
wilrah$1,791,00r0,40.edn ue2
Another warning that the trea sury
may open the neltt fiscal, year with al
deficit, twa s : sounded in t4he 11Ouse
Monday by Representative Tilson of
Connecticut, Republican floor leader, v
who advised sharp pruning of appro -_________
priation bills.

eological explorations,, in Peru is
fsought in a bill before Congress.

Continuing the policy of
men from minor nations to

ENGINEERS OFFERED RESEARCH
FELLO WSHIPS BY 3 UNI VERSI TIES
l4ellowship offers by which engi-; $600 annually for two years and free-
neering college graduates may devote dom from all fees except matriculation
ye r to r s a c wo k a d r - a d g a u to fe s an haeceive a degree of m aster of science at ;"nent sim ilar to the W isconsin grants.
the end of the period have been re- (Information may be secured from the
ceivd frm seeralunivrsites director of the engineering experiment
j ceived ~on station unateUrbana.b
the dlepartmient of chemical engineer- sthree atracna.os~p reas
ing.
IThree research fellowships are be-i offered for work at the engineering;
ing offered by the college of me-; departnient of Lehigh university. The
chanics and engineering of the Unii- INew Jersey Zinc research grant i
rest fWscsi hc ar science and technology offers $600 an-
stipend of $900 for the first years and l nually for two years research work
$1,100 for the second. Candidates;angrdtesuywhltoHny
jmust be graduates of engineering col- M. Byllesby fellowships each carry
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I, g.', verefnr-ed startene Sept,. 1, 1926. Detailed in-
ably with one or two years ofgradau-ostatin myb bandfo rs
?ate study to their credit. Although frainmyb bandfo rs
one alf imemust1 l d tore-Chas. R. Richards of Lehigh univer-
ruired research .work for the experi-" sity, :Bethilehem, Pa.
mental station, opportunity will b)
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ter's degree ,within the two year per- has been taken by the Spanish gov-
(i. lerment in, imposing punishmlent on {
To assist in the conduct of engineer-I nine prominent barristers composingI
ing research and to extend the fieldI the (directorate of the bar association
of its graduate work in engineering, K ho had defied the authorities in us-
the U~niversity of Illinois mintan ing- the Catalonian language, contrary
fourteen research graduate assistant-;to law.
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