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Representative Foley To Describe Proposal Of Institutional Tax

Sponsor of Tax on School Property Is Presented by Student Union Tonight

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Representative John J. Foley of Cambridge will discuss his proposed "service charge" on property owned by educational institutions before the Practical Politics Committee of the Student Union at Phillips Brooks House tonight at 7:45 o'clock in a meeting open to the public.

Foley's proposal, which would take from universities, religious and scientific institutions "ten percent of the amount of the tax which would be payable on such property if subject to taxation," was strongly attacked last week by representatives of many schools and colleges, including Henry L. Shattuck.

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