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Rob Ingalls and David Moranville have opened Ingalls Moranville, San Francisco, a subsidiary of Davis, Ball & Colombatto, Los Angeles. The executives recently left embattled Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, San Francisco.

Loews Hotels, New York, has started an agency search for its $3 million account. Incumbent Pallas Advertising, San Francisco, will compete.

The Pep Boys auto chain's first campaign from Cliff Freeman & Partners, New York, breaks this week with the tagline "Everything but gas."

Warwick Baker & Fiore, New York, reached an agreement to repurchase a 40% stake in the agency held by Lopex, a London investment company.

Pacific Bell Mobile Services has narrowed the search for its $20 million account to Ammariti & Puris, New York; Ogilvy & Mather, Los Angeles, and Ketchum Advertising, San Francisco.

Bijan Fragrances' XEL subsidiary is beginning a review for a new consumer product from the Beverly Hills, Calif.-based retailer.

Copyright January 1996 Crain Communications Inc.

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