60 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (March 1976)

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                       CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN

No. 60                                                          March, 1976

                           ELECTIONS FOR 1976-77

The President has received the report of the Nominating Committee. It gives
a list of candidates for open positions among officers and directors. This
year, under the new By-laws, Don Crandall automatically assumes the position
of President, and Janice Bentley remains on the Board for her second year as
director. A new rule requires that each position as director which opens up
be contested. Thus, there are two names for director,.but only one should
be chosen. The ballot, which will be sent out about April 1, 1976 will also
provide space for write-in votes. By decision of the Executive Board only
those who have paid their dues before the ballots are sent to the printer
(pending their April 1, 1976 mailing) will be eligible to vote.
    The names placed in nomination are:
        President-Elect: Sandra Traicoff (DePaul University)
        Treasurer: Jane Gaddis (Lord, Bissell & Brook)
        Secretary: Denise Mahaney (Vedder, Price, Kaufman & Kammholz)
        Board Member: Jane Strable (University of Chicago)
                                  or
                      Diane WitkowsFT (Schiff, Hardin & Waite)

    Members of the Nominating Committee were:
        Frank Lukes, Chairperson
        Anna Baker
        Frank DiCanio
        Dorothy Barrett
        Margaret Seline
After completion of the ballot, it should be mailed in the enclosed envelope,
which is pre-addressed to Virgil Pederson, who is chairperson of the Election
Committee. Other members of the Election Committee are Bill Murphy and Leon
Liddell. They will tally the votes, and write a report of the results which
will be published in the next issue of the Bulletin, which will appear about
May 1, 1976. Be sure before mailing that the pre-addressed ballot envelope is
stamped. The ballots and the ballot envelopes carry no markings which will in
anyway identify the recipient, to insure secret ballot protection.

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