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2 - Tuesday, February 17, 2009

MONDAY: TEDY
In Other Ivory Towers Capshrcts

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY:
Explained Before You Were Here

FRIDAY:
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funny uncles. Bi
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magic - he was
the magician.
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was performing
erings and was
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year of starting.
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many tricks togs
Throughout h:

Do you believe in magic?'
rid, magic tricks has performed at birthday par- 14 other contestants from around
Zdccv sleight of ties, fairs, restaurants and cur- the world to make the finals.
tricks appearing porate events. He doesn't have a Smola said he doesn't have a
tbirthday par- stage name but presents his act favorite trick but loves working
ocounters with with the slogan, "The Artistic with his doves, even though they
cut by the time Magic of Alan Smola." can be challenging and unpre-
freshman Alan Even when he's not onstage, dictable at times. Stylistically,
at marveling at Smola is poised to perform. Smola said he tends to favor more
booking jobs as "I always carry something classical magic tricks as opposed
with me so if anyone bumps into to the work of contemporary art-
ion for magic me and says 'Hey, you're that ists like David Blamne.
-eceived a magic magic guy, show me a trick,' I've A career in magic, while enric-
s. Soon after, he got something to do," he said. ing, is unstable, Smola said, so
at family gath- Smola has his own website he made the decision to pursue a
shired by the to book shows and performs college career in lieu of movingrto
show within a mostly on weekends. He also Las Vegas. Regardless of whether
started a club on campus called magic becomes his livelihood,
ds, an interest Shazaam that performs and Smola said it will always be a part
illusions would does charity magic shows. The of his life.
ase, but Smola's group did its first show last "I would love to do it full
.At 12, he got a semester, raising over $500 for time, but if that doesn't end up
ad transitioned Dance Marathon. working out I'll get a regular
ing disparate Last February, Smola compet- job," Smola said. "But I couldn't
'ing a show of ed at a competition in Las Vegas imagine not doing it."
ther. called "The World Magic Semi- - CAITLIN SCHNEIDER
is career, Smola nar." He was chosen along with AND LINDSAYKRAMER

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L5A freshman Alas Sinsla, a professivnal magician, aways carres
something with him vast in case a fan recoenizes him and asks to see a
trick. Hia act is called "The Artistic Magic of Alan Smola.'
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Baits resident Oxford Res Hall Talk on weight
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