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WASHINGTON--Wary Senate leaders outmaneuvered the economy bloc today and obtained a unanimous consent agreement for a vote at 3 P. M. tomorrow on the McKellar proposal to restore President Roosevelt's relief bill to its original figure of $875,000,000.

The economy advocates, led by Sen. Alva B. Adams, D., Colo., had hoped to delay the vote until their numbers are bolstered by several absentees who favor the House-approved $725,000,000 relief bill and would give them the margin for victory.

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