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CFL LEAGUE MEETINGS WRAP UP IN BALTIMORE
Published December 12, 1994
When the CFL concluded its two days of meetings in Baltimore this weekend, "team owners were able to measure progress in small steps." The aim of the meetings was to "solidify the rapidly changing structure of the league." The league made these decisions: The CFL established a Team Services division to assist new franchises -- Baltimore owner Jim Speros will set up the program; Calgary owner Larry Ryckman has temporarily stepped down as chair of the expansion committee until his lease problems are resolved; The marketing committee also discussed a name change for the league. Speros: "The plan is to have a new logo." CFL Commissioner Larry Smith said he hopes to implement a U.S. division by '96 (Ken Murray, Baltimore SUN, 12/10).