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In On a Roll (Sept. 18, P. 34), Pepsi-Cola Co., and not Coca-Cola Co., should have been listed as a client of MillSport, Stamford, Conn.

In "Swissair's $60 million account may land at Advico/ Y&R" (Last Minute News, Sept. 18, P. 53), it should have been reported that Young & Rubicam, Frankfurt, handles Lufthansa German Airlines' account globally.

In "Changing landscape" (Sept. 11, P. 20), the Degas exhibit that Sara Lee Corp. is sponsoring will be at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1996.

In "Pampers Stretch pulls up market share" (Sept. 11, P. 50), Burson-Marsteller, Chicago, created the advertising in which Procter & Gamble Co. apologized for shortages of the diaper.

In "Looking for a sign? Try semiotics on TV" (Sept. 11, P. S-6), 1987 should have been given as the date of Saatchi & Saatchi Co.'s acquisition of Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample.

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