SCCOGSouthern California Committee for the Olympic Games
SCCOGSoutheastern Connecticut Council of Governments (est. 1992; Norwich, CT)
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And so did Garland, on behalf of his SCCOG. He was quoted as saying, "Los Angeles is ready, willing, able and extremely anxious to take over." (21) Again, journalist Zimmerman said that Jack Garland has talked to so many people and shaken so many hands, on behalf of Los Angeles that "He is suffering from a strange malady arm fatigue." (22) The indefatigable Garland had already raised $30,000 in "a dignified and comparatively silent campaign" to help local athletes that would represent the USA at the London Olympics.
Garland reported to his SCCOG on October 3, 1952: "Helsinki was great success because they were held in a city and country where the Olympic Spirit was understood, adhered to, and, lastly, they were perfectly organized." (50)
Chick, Secretary of the SCCOG, wrote Mayer on October 1, 1948, indicating that the wreath had been received at the church (letter Ralph O.