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NEW YORK: The United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York honored Arthur Selkowitz (fifth from l.), chairman-CEO of D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, with its first Global Leadership award at a black-tie dinner at the Regent Wallstreet. Offering congratulations are (from l.): Roy Bostock, chairman, and Roger A. Haupt, CEO, Bcom3 Group; TV journalist Tom Brokaw; Leslie Winthrop, chairman of the marketing communications group of UJAF, New York; Robert Wehling, global marketing officer, Procter & Gamble Co.; and Robert Schmetterer, chairman-CEO, Euro RSCG Worldwide.

RYE, N.Y.: American Express Publishing Corp.'s Travel & Leisure Golf hosted its Luxury Marketers Golf Experience at the Westchester Country Club recently. One foursome took a break for the camera (from l.): TV journalist Maurice DuBois; Mike Silverman, director of golf and tennis, City of New York Parks & Recreation; Harry Hurt III, executive editor, T&L Golf; and Roswell Brayton Jr., president, Woolrich.

NEW YORK: Crain's New York Business, an Advertising Age sibling, toasted its 15th anniversary with a party at Bryant Park Grill. Wishing the weekly continued success are (from l.): Michael L. Roth, chairman-CEO, Mony Group; James D. Robinson III, general partner, RRE Ventures; Alair Townsend, publisher, CNYB; and Robert Tisch, co-chairman, Loews Corp.

AUGUSTA, GA.: USA Today hosted advertisers at the Masters golf tournament (seated, from l.): Richard Kostyra, president, Media First International; Nancy Wiese, director, worldwide marketing communications, Xerox Corp.; Stephen Graham, VP-marketing communications worldwide, AT&T Corp.; and Terry McIntyre, sports marketing director, USA Today; (standing): Stephen Block, division manager-brand and interactive advertising and corporate identity, AT&T; Lori Erdos, VP-advertising sales, USA Today; and Peter Tovar, VP-national ad manager, Merrill Lynch & Co.

NEW YORK: The Advertising Club of New York held a gala awards luncheon at Cipriani's in honor of Advertising Age's

i-marketer of the year, America Online. The luncheon featured a panel discussion titled "The Future Unplugged." Attendees included (from l.): Laura Hulke, manager-business development, New York Times Digital; J.G. Sandom, president-marketing, Rapp Digital; Jill Manee, publisher, and Brad Johnson, Interactive editor, both of Ad Age; Sadhana Joliet, senior producer, Yahoo! Everywhere; and Tom Flournoy, director of wireless development,

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