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Grey Advertising, New York, quit the estimated $15 million Borden Foods Corp. consolidation review due to a conflict with client Barilla, a pasta and sauce marketer. Borden roster agencies Bozell Worldwide, New York, and Campbell Mithun Esty, Minneapolis, remain. A decision is due early next year.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit to Publicis, Dallas, for its $10 million account after a review.

TearDrop Golf Co., Union, N.J., to Y&R Advertising, Chicago, for a TV and print creative project for its Armour Golf brand from Leap Partnership, Chicago. Space Time Media, Chicago, continues to handle media on the $10 million Armour account.

Copyright October 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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