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NEW YORK: Getting some tips from master instructor Fran Crime (l.) at Chelsea Billiards during the one year anniversary party for the Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition are (2nd l. to r.): Tom Baker, business director; Neil Bu dde, editor in chief; and Stephanie Miller, advertising manager, all of the Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition.
NEW YORK: Advertising New York '97 treated the judges for its second Good Egg awards to a reception at USA Today's office. Pictured here are (l. to r.): Aubrey Hawes, VP-director of corporate marketing and sales, Chase Manhattan Ba nk; Eugene Bartley, president, New York operations, Bozell Worldwide; Lori Spano-Erdos, director of travel advertising sales, USA Today, and co-chair of Advertising New York '97; and Stephen Siegel, president, real estate company Edward S. Gordon Co.
NEW YORK: Conde Nast Publications hosted its semiannual Media Day seminar
for media planners at the publisher's headquarters. Gathered to see magazine publishing up close were (l. to r.): Jill Seelig, Eastern advertising manager, Self; Lauren Scorsone, media planner, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles; Jacqui Lurie, media planner, BBDO Worldwide; Jeff Ivler, media planner, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/ Euro RSCG; and Susan Blank, corporate sales director, Conde Nast.
LA QUINTA, CALIF.: Western States Advertising Agencies Association's conference drew (l. to r.): Diane Krouse, managing partner, D'arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, Los Angeles; Kristin Bloomquist, client
services director, Deutsch; Dav id Pottruck, president-chief operating officer, Charles Schwab & Co.; and Jo Muse, chairman, Muse Cordero Chen.
CHICAGO: At the West Side Martin Luther King Boys & Girls Club, Michael Conrad (with roller), vice chairman-chief creative officer, led Leo Burnett USA staff members in the agency's "Give Back Day," helping to refurbish local pub lic schools, residences and the community center. Applying an updated color from on top of the scaffolding are (l. to r.): Sharon Rogers, budget analyst, and Claudia Hicks, records management supervisor. Applying her talents lower on the wall is Adi Ortigosa, technology planner-manager.