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NEW YORK-Midsize agencies were top winners at the Advertising Club of New York's International Andy Awards.

The Martin Agency, Richmond, Va., collected the most Andys last week, winning nine awards for print campaigns that included Healthtex Children's Apparel and USA Today Sky Radio.

Cliff Freeman & Partners, New York, and Doyle Advertising & Design Group, Boston, each collected five awards. Cliff Freeman won for its TV campaign for Little Caesars; Doyle was recognized for its print public service campaign for the National Association of Atomic Veterans.

Pytka, Los Angeles; Weiss, Whitten, Stagliano, New York; and Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore., won four Andys each.

DDB Needham Worldwide, New York, won the Grand Andy for its continuing New York State Lottery campaign.

The New York Times co-sponsored the prestigious presentation.

Also last week, the American Association of Advertising Agencies named finalists for its A+ Creative Awards and A+ Advertiser Award. Winners will be announced this week at the Four A's convention.

The three finalists for the advertiser award are Deutsch client Ikea; McDonald's Corp., whose ad agency is Leo Burnett Co., Chicago; and DDB Needham Worldwide client Michelin Tire Corp.

The A+ Creative Awards finalists are Kirshenbaum & Bond, BBDO Worldwide, DeVito/Verdi and Cliff Freeman, all New York; Mullen, Wenham, Mass.; Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Boston; Martin; Burnett and McConnaughy Stein Schmidt Brown, both Chicago; Carmichael Lynch and Fallon McElligott, both Minneapolis; DDB Needham Worldwide, Los Angeles; Crispin & Porter, Coconut Grove, Fla.; the Richards Group, Dallas; Foote, Cone & Belding and Gardner, Geary, Coll & Young, both San Francisco; Bailey Lauerman & Associates, Lincoln, Neb.; Brogan & Partners, Detroit; Borders, Perrin & Norrander, Seattle; and Pollak Levitt Chaiet, Atlanta.

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