April 1976
Spectra;Apr1976, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p7
This article provides information on the 61st annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association (SCA) Legislative Council on December 27 to 30, 1975. President Herman Cohen called the meeting to order. He reported that questions had been raised about policy with respect to alternate delegates for council members unable to attend. It was subsequently moved, seconded and carried that such alternate delegates be empowered to vote during the 1975 council sessions and that an amendment to the constitution setting forth policy on alternate representation be drafted and submitted to the council. The council named Patti Gillespie as convener and representative on the 1975 SCA Nominating Committee. The council elected Kathleen Jamieson, Lucy Keele and Herman Stelzner to membership on the 1976 Committee on Committees. Cohen called attention to the written report which he had filed. He commented briefly on highlights on the association year: the move from New York to suburban Washington; redeployment of national office staff following the resignation of associate executive secretary for research, Pat Kennicott; and the ongoing financial strain being experienced by the association. First vice-president Lloyd Bitzer noted that his major SCA effort for the year was represented by the convention events just getting underway.


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