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A DISORGANIZATION OF ORGANIZATIONS
E.M. Swift
September 12, 1988
Helmick sits at the top of an unwieldy structure that embraces too many groups having little or nothing to do with identifying and developing Olympic athletes.
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September 12, 1988

A Disorganization Of Organizations

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Helmick sits at the top of an unwieldy structure that embraces too many groups having little or nothing to do with identifying and developing Olympic athletes.

USOC OFFICERS (6)

?President
?Secretary
?Vice-presidents (3)
?Treasurer

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE (20)

?USOC president serves as chairman
?Meets at least six times a year

EXECUTIVE BOARD (Approx. 90)

?Includes all USOC officers
?Has general charge of USOC activities and business affairs
?Meets at least three times a year

U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE

?Serves as the coordinating body for international amateur athletics involving U.S. athletes
?Organizes and finances U.S. teams for Olympic and Pan American Games

OLYMPIC HOUSE

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