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?' TAkIg A 19LANDLeIR PAGE FIVE Vresh Catalina FISH PLEASURE PIER Open All the Year FISH COMPANY LObsters, Oysters, Shrimp, Salmon, Etc., in Season. I AIT FOR ANGLERS Ll~rrY Tregarthen, Proprietor. alows & Rooms P0r Rent at Reasonable Prices E. Glidden, Proprietor (Mrs. Seth Glidden) URANCE re, Accident, Compensation, Life, Theft, Etc. 0nl52 Reliable Companies~ - Avalon Photos of all Catalina Prize Fish. P.V. REYES Steam'r Pier Avalon, Cal. ARINE LAUNDRY TWO TYPES OF TEMPERAMENT F~y Dr. Edwin E. Slosson, Director, Science Serv ce, \Vashington Are you an extravert or an introvert? That is the way tile question is llUt today. The phaseotogy is new for it was recently introduced by Jung. But the question is old, about two thous- and years ohl, anyhow, for Galen made a similar effort to classify naankind by temperanzent. }Je distinguished be- tween the "sang,fine," who are quick warm, impressionable and changeable, and the "phlegmatic," who are slow, quiet and persistent. When these two characteristic types are strongly mark- ed they are called respectively "cho- leric" and "melancholic." 'Another oht classification of a simi- lar sort is between "objective" and "subjective" or between "energetic" and "sentimental." l'rofessor ~qlliam James devotes the first chapter of his book on "Pragma- tism" to showing how our beliefs and reactions are unconsciously controlled by our temperamental bias and from this point of view he divides people in- to the "tough-minded" and the "ten- der-minded." The tough-minded, he says, are "empiricist (going by facts), sensationalistic, meterialistic, pessimis- tic, irreligious, fatalistic, pluralistic and skeptical," while on the other hand the tender-minded are "rationalistic (going by princil)les), intellectualistic, idealis- tic, optimistic, religious, free-willist, monistic and dogmatical." And he says you can tell them apart because "they have a low opinion of each other. The tough think of the tender as senti- mentalists and soft-heads. The tender feel the tough to be unrefined, callous and brutal." The tough-minded of James correspondsroughly with the extravert of Jungand the tender- minded with the introverts. Professor Wilhelm Ostwald of Leip- zig in his study of great scientists di- vides them into the "romanticists" and b BE WELL HEELED the "classicists." The romanticist man 01d~ave us make vour revairs to our of science is a good teacher; genial, .~e~v, r es., and they will be good as versatile, expansive and popular; fond l~Vestea~Y for months more of wear. of conversation and quick to publish. y-races. He jumps at conclusions, sometimes au bring 'emr-We fix 'em making amazing discoveries by a sort 1~ ~t'AYETTE'SAND SHINESHOEpARLoRSHOP of intuition and sometimes making sad ~e Lefavor Building mistakes from his impatience of detail. v~' ,.. CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH PACIFIC-SOUTHWEST TsARUISTG&s BANK C. M. 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MASTER The classicist on the contrary has to ~MALLOCH,SECRKTAR~ put up with deferred payment. His ~I~IaitA'VALON POSTOFFICE services to science often receive no 6zazzd_~" Is due: to arrive dail . exce t adequate recognition till his death and , ~{~at 12:25 p.m. Y- P C.B. PARKER Taxidermist not always then. He pursues a single ~:~0 ~," ueparts daily, except Sunday, at line of thought persistently and syste- 0 v. rn AVALON, California Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty' " ]l~gOtrt~' m~xl closes ~ce matically for years, often without out- "3nn - at the posto -T-h~C~a~a~iaT~ "l --~h~'u P.m. side aid or encouragement. His mind ~da POstoffiee is open daily, except S:~ Y and holidays, from 8 a. m. to works mathematically and logically but htizzgPA, m"~exeept while the mail is he may be deficient in experimental CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL ~d immediately after its and practical ability. He is reluctant . to publish and ap't to be a poor teach- Subscription Rates: No I ~t~ er. 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