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New York: Susan Cappa (c.), advertising director, Details, huddles with Maria Colon, director, and Fernando Martinez, assistant to the director, Rums of Puerto Rico, co-sponsor of a Beat Party hosted by Details at the Tunnel

Chicago: Prevention entertained ad industry guests with tickets to a Jimmy Buffet concert. Here Lorna Hanley (c.), sales rep for Prevention, welcomes Media Planner Tracey Goldvarg (l.) and Media Supervisor Michelle Meza of Foote, Cone & Belding.

New York: Camille McDonald (r.), VP-marketing, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, was among the guests at a benefit reception hosted by Elle and Mirabella at the Citibank Champions Celebrity Tennis Tournament. With her were Carl Portale, senior VP-group publisher; Mary McCarty (2nd l.), beauty market manager for Elle; and Jean Godfrey-June, Elle's beauty and fitness director.

Chicago: Tatham Euro RSCG staffers gathered on the terrace rooftop of the new Navy Pier for its annual summer outing. Getting into the spirit of the carnival theme were Mary Baglivo, director of client services; Ralph Rydholm (c.), chairman-CEO; and Ian Miller, president.

New York: Gathered for an Advertising Club of New York summer social, sponsored by WXTV, were Arlene Torres (l.), director of communications for WXTV; Larry Singer, research analyst, Blair Television; and Samantha Shanken, senior account exec, Young & Rubicam.

Boston: Winners of the 2nd Annual Newsweek Cup Regatta cling to their trophy. Publisher Harold Shain (r.) and Boston Sales Manager Rich Ofstun (2nd r.) made the award to the team from Mullen and client PAC '95 (from l.): Stewart Silvestri, Annie Becker, Margaret Carr and Erika Schutz.

New York: TBWA summer interns Angela Staino, Jim Osbourne (2nd l.) and John Castle (r.) presented their new-product ideas to Arthur Shapiro (c.), VP-marketing, House of Seagram, and TBWA Exec VP Richard Lewis. Their presentation of a fully integrated marketing project for Seagram culminated a 10-week internship.

Seattle: Katherine Randolph and Rod Cherkas of Microsoft Corp.'s Kids' Marketing Division got to meet Baltimore Oriole's Cal Ripken Jr. at the Kingdome late last month as he was closing in on a new record for playing in the most consecutive games. The two were among the client guests at a Sports Illustrated for Kids night here.

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