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Topps Co., New York, named Griffin Bacal, for its $7 million to $10 million ad account. Other contenders were Avrett, Free & Ginsberg, Compton Partners, Kirshenbaum, Bond & Partners, all New York, and North Castle Partners, Stamford, Conn. Grey Advertising, New York, resigned the account in April.

Acquion, Greenville, S.C., to Dentsu's Renegade Marketing Group, New York, first agency for the $2 million-to-$4 million account for the marketer of electronic commerce systems.

KHJ Integrated Marketing, Boston, is first agency of record for three new accounts: Peritus Software Services, a Billerica, Mass., software maintenance provider; R&O, a software developer based in Munich, Germany, with U.S. headquarters in Westford, Mass.; and St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston.

Bridgestone Sports USA narrowed the review for its golf ball advertising to incumbent Austin Kelley Advertising, Tausche Martin Lonsdorf, Pringle Dixon Pringle, Fitzgerald & Co., McCool Communications and Cole Henderson Drake, all Atlanta.

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