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Article I - Name.

The name of the Corporation shall be the "Eastern Association of
Intercollegiate Football Officials" (EAIFO).
Article II - Purpose.

The purpose of the Corporation shall be to promote the welfare of the
American intercollegiate game of football, its players, coaches and
officials; to maintain the highest standards of football officiating; to
encourage the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship; to have available
at all times an adequate number of thoroughly trained and capable
officials for use by the various appointing authorities; and to cooperate
with all other organizations officially connected with the American
intercollegiate game of football in furthering its interests and ideals.
Article III - Territory.

The Corporation shall cover the territory embracing the states of
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode
Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, West
Virgina, Virginia, the District of Columbia and any other geographical
area serviced by the Eastern College Athletic Conference. Individual
chapters of the Corporation may be established anywhere in this
territory under provisions prescribed in the By-Laws.
Article IV - Membership Requirements

The requirements for membershipshall be provided for in the By-Laws.
Article V - Officers and Directors

1. The officers of the Corporation shall consist of a President, First Vice
President, Second Vice-President and a Secretary-Treasurer. A
rotation system of chapter representation shall be established in the
election of President and Vice-Presidents. These officers shall hold the
same office for one year only; the First Vice-President succeeding the
President and the Second Vice-President succeeding the First
Vice-President in the following order: Southern, Philadelphia,
Metropolitan, Western Pennsylvania, Boston, Empire, Connecticut, and
Western New England.

2. Effective December 31, 1995, (December 31, 1996, for Western New
England Chapter), the Board of Directors shall consist of two members
from each existing chapter of the Association. Any additional chapter,
duly created per Section XV, Article 2 of the EAIFO By-Laws, shall be
entitled to be represented by one director only. The duties of the
officers and directors shall be described in the By-Laws. *

3. The Executive Committee shall consist of the Officers of the
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