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NEW YORK: Haggar Clothing Co. and Time Inc.'s People and InStyle were hosts for a swinging post-New Year's party last month where guests were able to perfect their swing with putting on the practice green and with swing dancing. Among those attending were (l. to r.): Les Steiger, divisional merchandise manager, Macy's East; Kim Johnson Gross, InStyle contributing editor; and Ginger Steiber, sales rep for People and InStyle.

NEW YORK: Despite bad weather last month, the Advertising Club of New York had a good turnout to hear David Remnick (3rd l.), editor of The New Yorker, talk about his plans for the weekly. Among the quests, who gathered at the offices of The New York Times, were (l. to r.) David Bell, president-CEO, Bozell Worldwide; Madhu Malhan, executive director of the adclub; Mr. Remnick; and Michael Drexler, chairman, TN Media.

NEW YORK: Age Wave Communications hosted a seminar at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel to introduce Get Up & Go!, its new publication targeting the 50-plus population. Among those at the presentation were (l. to r.): David Verklin, CEO, Carat North America; Ken Dychtwald, chairman, Age Wave; Leda Sanford, senior VP-editorial director, Get UP & Go!; John Mack Carter, president, Hearst Magazines Enterprises; and Beth Rockwood, VP-business development, CBS TV network.

CHICAGO: "Images of Women in Advertising," a retrospective of the female form in U.S. advertising, recently opened at the Museum of Broadcast Communications under the sponsorship of the Chicago office of Bozell Worldwide. Queued up for a photo during the exhibit's premiere were (l. to r.): Gene Bartley, president, North American operations at Bozell's New York office; Ellen Moran, exec VP-general manager, Bozell, Omaha; Tom Hayden, exec VP-general manager, Bozell, Chicago; Kathryn Lewis, senior VP-general manager Bozell, Silicon Valley; and

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