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Charles Evans Hughes Jr.,* son of Charles K. Hughes, made a checked calculation. As Referee, he reported "correct."

He had been appointed to examine the financial accounts of the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. which carried on work among soldiers and sailors during the War.

He found that the council had collected $170,673,914, principally by a series of drives during the War. It spent $152,170,108—$40,896,248 in the U. S., $58,444,101 overseas, besides $29,674,192 spent on the Allies and war prisoners, $17,336,683 given to the Government for educational and recreation...

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