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Byline: Greg Johnson
If anyone wants a crack at Bethlehem Steel Corp., they need to get their bids in by April 14.
Two days later, an auction sale for the bankrupt steelmaker will be held, although the location has yet to be determined.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New York in Manhattan has set a sale hearing for April 22.
But any bidder must top a $1.5 billion offer from Wilbur L. Ross' International Steel Group Inc. by at least $42 million, according to a source close to the situation.
The auction spread will be $47 million. If ISG's offer is trumped, the winning bidder is responsible for paying a $15 breakup …