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AVALON, SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL |6 1930 VOL. XVII NO. 15 :1t r AD ONES I0 Ed ~V. Smith ::~01~0 0 Could have picked to get out of the than did O baseman of f course, the do the picking. l.with arms since w.ent blooey ce began. a Island, right under the ig chi.~f of the ,ester wished to He had sum in Inonev he hope of Joe gag in the in- while reader a little more have. He and anxious to es feel that they ng after him. In- the sor,~ness often can be Worse. games all dirt so:no ey Grimm a~: get it all the That's some .ead thataway. and ambitiot, s his chance- -and grated on a hot tly as he wrest- nightmar,. started Y and hitting it began to he was about right out of e price and all. :pt up the :;ace, and, perhaps, that. ly a his- case of That power- American As- bricks out m. sive ~arden .s zoo fences at that was wore in md gotten on lair. One hey- can make a and more in baseball. last, and e remai,ed Xeeutives. of folks who Papers have hint rather Braves had a Possible dis- else they go. Not a nice ]3ell says he a SOre arm and ork out of it without wor- esn't produce as yet the ~Ched in tiffs oft. Look trgh Pir- players WaDer 2, Column 4) 1 "i_Or i rtt" O SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1930 PROGRAM Under the auspices of the Mary Williams Club of Avalon At Buena Vista Park The Catalina Silver Chimes will be played a few moments at 5:10 a.m., just before the sun ris-s--Captain B. D. Halstead at the console Cornet Solo, just at sunrise, 5:15 a.m., I~uis Passarelli Invocation Hymn, "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" by the congregation Contralto Solo, "The 'Comforter" (Mrs. W. V. Holmes) Mrs. Clarissa Taylor, accompanied by Miss Margaret J. Gi!more Selection, Avalon Community Church Choir . Hymn, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," .Congregation Presentation of speaker by R. M. Heywood, Chairman Easter Address, T. Hilton Rateliffc, M. A., D. D. Hymn, "AI! Hail the Power of Jesus Name," Congregation Benediction The Hotel St. Catherine Orchestra, under the dir,ction of Frank Hobbs, will accompany several of the musical numbers That all may be awakened in time to reach the Park bofore the serv- ice commences, the Comnmnity Church bell will be rung at 4 a.m. Avalon Boy Scouts of America, und-r the direction of Scoutmaster Parlane Reid Sr., will patrol the trails leading to the Park The Catalina Motor Tours wi!l run busses to accommodate those who may wish to ride to the Park Sunshine Psychology MOTIVATION By the Editor If two million persons were to think of the same thing at the same tune, they would generate, collecti~ ely., enough electrical voltage to light one ordinary incandescent l~:np. This is" the conclusion of Dr. Edmund Jacob- son, of the University of Chicago, ac- cording _to a recent article appearing in the Popular Science Monthly. SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY In his experiment, covering- a :~criod of two years, Dr. Jacobson used a "string galvanonv~ter," a specially de- signed apparatus that can measure a mihionth volt of electricity, such as the electrical effect that accompanies human thought. Thinking started the "string" in motion, and when the im- pulse was stopped the apparatus ceased to register voltage. According to D,r. Jacobson, the thought of flcx- ing the nmscle--moving the arm--in- duced the electric discharge . It is also claimed that Dr. Jacobson succeeded in measuring its value and even in throwing the image of the vibrating string on a screen, so that a subjec', could "see himself think." SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY Students interested in Motivity have previously contended that there was some form of "electrical content" r,p- leased in the process of Mo:ivation, emotion and behavior;but until Dr. Jacobson perfected his apparatus for recording th- voltage, there was '1o way to substantiate the supposition. The problem now of concern to re~ search workers in Motivity is: I;f voltage is produced when the biceps or pulling muscles of the arm arC: flexed with the experimenter in a pas;- sivc thinking state of nfind, how much additional current would be recocde~t if the .experimenter couldbe tested ir~ a moment of highly emotional strain?. In a physical strain known as "pant- ing for breath?" SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY The answer to this problem would be of considerable value to students who are analyzing the causal factorg of the behavior movement of group~ of temporarily unbalanced persons, a~ in cases where "mob violence" pre,- dominates, or where hysterical groups are stampoding from a burning buildL ing. The influence or stimuli of suc.h "electrical discharge" transmitted from one emotional group to another group t,qat is "passive," thus exciting their mental states, Motivating them into action, has been one of the outstandl- ing puzzles for 'research workers in telepathy and sociology. The influence of thought, how and why it works as it does, is also of interest to the crim- inologist. SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY Oriental instruction in the colylroi of emotion, stresses the value of keep-) ing a generous supply of oxygen cir& culating through the lungs. It is not enough to depend entirely upon the "subconscious" mechanism for the ac- quisition of sufficient quantities of air to rid the bloodstream of its impuri- ties . Persons with "unhealthy blood" are frequently susceptible to commun-i icabl,o diseases and disturbing mental influences, it is said. (Contmue(l on -;"age 2, Column 1) '