Not because it wanted such publicity but because it could not avoid it under the Federal Corrupt Practices Act, the Republican National Committee last week filed with Congress a statement of its political revenue from June to September, together with a list of its big contributing patrons. Total G. O. P. contributions reported: $272,050.

Recalled was the fact that G. O. P. cash collectors had complained that Republican tycoons were reluctant to contribute to the party while Claudius Hart Huston remained its chairman. His retirement...

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