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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, April 06, 1990, Image 9

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,. ' Don't Read This con 't in the deepest, most sultry voice possible ........... and after the \Hello\ you rudely remark \Oh it's you!\ as you realize that it was not the person you wanted it to be. Am I confusing you? Sorry! Terry Brennan. You gotta love this guy. He has done so much for the Press and the Press staff that we can never thank him enough. So if you are ever in the Union, go down to the Print Shop and say \Good job, Ter! !!\.I'm sure he'll appreciate it. I would write a whole column about him, BUT we all know what hap- pe.ned the last time I did that. Let's end on that note. Notice I haven't apologized. One Act Plays to be cast Attention all students interested in acting in a theatrical production: Once again, the Cortland State Theatre Department will present a Festival of Contemporary Short Plays, and auditions for all of these one act shows will be held on Monday, April9,from 3-5 p.m. and again from 7 -9p.m., and on Tuesday, April tO, from 7-10 p.m. These performances, free and open to the public, will showcase the efforts of five Cortland State student director~. Kelly Dundon directs Chamber Music, kristin daies directs Termi- nal Bar, Kathleen Hands directs The Root of Chaos, Brian Merriman directs Picnic on the Battlefield, and Ivy Phillips directs the American Dreom. All five plays present a variety of ages and types to cast, and con¥n parts for at least 19 women and:.! 0 men. If you would like to r~ad · Sonia's Starcast By Sonia Leach Staff Writer Rams (March 21-April20)Give thanks to the lord for the many bless- ings he has bestowed upon you. Giving way to frustration is the easy way out. Be strong. Smooth waters are clear ahead. Bulls (April2l-May 20) Pamper yourself this weekend. Along walk alone may sooth your spirits. There is nothing in this world that is of more importance than you and your well being. Twins (May 21-June 20) Good friends are often understanding. But, don't always expectto be understood. Make yourself clear.lf you love someone let them know. Crabs (June 20-July 22) Don't give mischievous people the satis- faction of ruining a second of your day. Be meek and humble, for strength and further consultation read your Bible. Lions (July 23-Aug. 22) At the time you least expect it someone will be watching you. Be cautious! Virgins(Aug. 23-Sept22) Keepyoureyesonyourownman! If used creatively, black attire can be very alluring and seductive. Scales (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Putting something aside that may seem un- important may be a bad choice. Scorpions (Oct. 23-N ov. 21) A dark cloud can be the cause of damp- ened spirits. Avoid seclusion. Archers (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Help someone in need despite any hard feelings you have against that person. Goats (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Give yourself some quality time. It may be in your best interest to consider all options open to you. Watercarriers (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Following your instincts may be tile answer to a questionable situation. Fish (Feb. 19-March 20) You will rise above all obstacles and float on the clouds. Presenting yourselfin a mature and sophisticated manner will bring about a great deal of admiration. BEWARE! A large boost in ego can be the main cause of your downfall. (§heridan's JewelrY) Tite Press/April6, 1990/NlNE Self Defense Course to be held each Monday afternoon 3:00-4:30 pm Beginning March 26th - April 23rd Rooms 204-206 in Corey Union ''Protect Yourself, Don't Be A Statistic\ Sponsored by C.C.C.A.A.R. & A.W.A.R.E. Bob·s Barbeque Route 281 in Homer BBQ Chicken and Ribs -Salads- •Macaroni salad •Cole Slaw •Potato Salad •Baked Beans Open Every Saturday and Sunday I I - 7. ... ,01; ,. e .IJ the~.¢ plays first, scn,E.t~are;:Qii.;.!e-:..:.. .. . ..~ ser~e at the libra~ 'il.n_.d.e.t:pr -~~- \'· t: • Palmer's name. Audition packets We Have: Quartz Crystals Sterling Silver Earings & 14 Port Watson Street Cortfand ~wYorK._ ,_ and information can be picked up at the ~eatre office in Dowd Fine Arts. 1-~~~1~~ ~~. ~!~! 'f•ar Round. PHOTOGRAPHERS, TOUR GUIDES. RECREATION PERSONNEL. Excel .. nt pay plu& FREE trav•l. Canllbean, H•wau, Bahamas. South Pacthc, M•xiCO. CAL.L NOWI cau retunoar:w.. 1·206·736-0775, Ext. 600NK Need something to fill your resume? ~ ,_ . ... 14 kt Gold Chains at prices you can qfford 3 Main St. Cortland Would You Like To Be a Peer Counselor Next to Norstar Bank *Most Jewelry repairs cost less than $10.00 If so, contact the Interfaith Center at 753-1002 Tuesdays-Fridays 8:30-2:30 for information and applications. Or contact Chaplain Don Wilcox at 756-8142 C.O.A.-CSTV ·Woody's Pub present 1st Annuallntergreek Armwrestling Tournament (2 contestants from each fraternity) $Cash Prizes$ First Place $150 • Second Place $75 • Third Place $50 at Date: April 20, 1990 ,J.fP' Time: 4:30 ~· Place: Woodman's Pub, Main Street Must be· 21, *I. D. required! C.S. T.V. & S.A.B. SPRING BREAK VIDEO •Filmed live in Daytona and Ft. Lauderdale· .f\_dmission $1 at the door, Money will go to charity --·<DEADLI~ TO ENTER April 18th c ,! ' 0 ,I 'I 'i '•. ' ' 'I

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