Detroit: Brogan & Partners sent these four stalwarts to the Corporate Gus Macker basketball tournament (from l.): Dan Hogan, Jim Labadie, Scott Werner and Marc H. Rosenblatt. They brought back a 2-2 record, including a final loss to client Diversey ("sort of a mustn't win situation," noted head coach Marcie Brogan).
Minneapolis: Their crayfish hats in hand, guests at Prevention's Red Hot River boat party enjoyed a Cajun evening on the Mississippi River. From left: Jim Houck, media planner, and Karen Murray, associate media director, both of Campbell Mithun Esty; Dave Paschke, media supervisor, Fallon McElligott; and Bob Ziltz, account manager, Prevention.
Flushing Meadows, N.Y.: A Parade-sponsored evening at the U.S. Open Tennis Championships brought together (from l.) Karen Shearer, ad sales, Parade; Lauren Schnabel and Dick Schnabel, senior VP-marketing, Book-of-the-Month Club; Terry Sullivan, VP, Parade; Stacey Deziel, associate media director, Foote, Cone & Belding; Milt Lieberman, senior VP-marketing, Parade; and Adrienne Wax, senior VP, Wunderman Cato Johnson.
Richmond, Va.: Carl Spielvogel (c.), chairman of Bates Worldwide, spoke on global issues facing advertising at a meeting of the Richmond ad community sponsored by Edelmann Scott. He's flanked by Dick Scott (l.), CEO-creative director, and Ed Edelmann, president.35
New York: Pat Weaver (c.), former chairman of NBC and a former advertising executive, delivered the second annual William S. Paley Lecture sponsored by the Museum of Television & Radio. With him here are Robert M. Batscha, president of the museum, and Mr. Weaver's daughter, actress Sigourney Weaver.
New York: New York Knicks Coach Pat Riley (c.) was the featured speaker at a Reader's Digest luncheon presentation at the New York Athletic Club. With him here (from l.): Greg Coleman, VP and U.S. publisher, Reader's Digest; Steve Calder, media director, Publicis Bloom; Bob Viscardi, media director, CPC International; and Don Connors, media manager, CPC.
Camden, N.J.: The Poor Richard Club of Philadelphia presented a Liberty Bell symbol to the governor of New Jersey at a reception for the Monaghan Americana collection at the Campbell Museum. From left: Russell Cerminara, TV producer; Thomas E. Monaghan Sr., ad sales, WUSL-FM; Joseph Thompson III, exec VP, Berry & Homer; club President Hugh Monaghan, president, H. I. Monaghan Associates; Harry Hollingsworth, VP-marketing, Berry & Homer; Anthony Clark, director of the governor's South Jersey office, who accepted for Gov. Christine Todd Whitman; and Martin Conn, radio ad consultant.