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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE FIVE (Sunshine Psychology Service) dam across the stream is not necessary "I)r. Henry F. Osborn, research Pro- t'* t, rawfish ,,. ,sChafe-, water is wante,1 elsewhere, fessor of Zoology at Columbia Univer- ..\mI human motive is that powerful sity, distinguishes between the Natur- and unseen vital stream that is some- Mist and Scientist as follows: 'i like times called the mainsprin~ of all phys- a naturalist better than a scientist, be- ical action." cause there is less of the ego in him, * * * * * * and in a naturalist like Darwin the ego "Yes, almost everything that man entirely disappears, and throuvh his has come into contact with during the vision we see Nature with the least past two thousand years has been re-human aberration.' built. Our system of educationhas "'['he Scientist is useful in his line of been changcd, dress, fashions and work, lint the men and women all hu-~'*" an,, styles pass on with time. Man has man [)cings love best are those who sin,plified ninny of the so-calh, d con> havc eombincdtheirscivntitic, studies EastemPoint plexities of life. Ile has re-educated with a deep reverence for the great his feelings, his Sl)eech, his breathing, Out Doors. Naturalists sometimes his habits, his will, his imagination write poetry, and interesting des(rip- ~0 EAST via one of and his power of reasoning. He has tions of the beautiful things they findSouthern Pacific's four re-educated his ambitions and ideals-- in Nature; but a Scientist, as a rule, i:rous New Year, let's put a little but one of the greatest problems that is 'eohl-t)looded,' and his sympathies great Transcontinental re Stress on the New Year--because confronts human minds today is the apl)ear to t)ecome hardened when he routes; return on an- at part of our good wishes lasts for re-education of MOTIVE--or the in- becomes familiar with his work. other if you choose. ~'elve months." tent with which we do things." "Charles I)arwin, Theodore Noose- SAYS: "bo you remember the day that vour I~na broke the line. and left" you noth- ag but the gr'tv memory of a wrecked ~tnbition ~ I~ .. . O , yes, perhaps your arms ~hed a little; but when vou tipped Your hat and hollered 'Good bye, old IM,' the world did seem a little bright- % didn't it ?" "When you are out-~eneraled, you a:e Ut-generaled--that'q" all there is to ,t Why get peevish ? * * * * * * "In Wishing the readers of this col- ttran a Merry Christmas and a Pros- * * * * * * velt. John [~urroughs, John Muir, Dr. , * * * * * * Rely upon the safety, 'And don't forget that it never pays "The cause of some of the mistakesCharles f*'rcdcrick Holder, and many comfort, convenience a~tiYrte to tell a lie to an old man like and misunderstandings in life can of-others, preferred to he called Natural- oanta Claus." ten be traced directly to hands thatists rather than Scientists." andwidescopeofSouth- ,, , , , , , , perform automatically,-whilc the 'nfind ern Pacific service. The human mind is ingenious in is-a-million-miles-away. Don't you LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE stra " " And you'll like South- . Ymg awav from the forces that think so ?" ' DECEMBER -'mY br~r:mPtane to do certain things to * * * * * * Th 25 ........ 1:42~.S -14a:la9:424s ern Pacific__ dining car thout certain results; results "'Dear Charley,' writes a schoolgirl, F 26........ 2:29 9:02 3:58 *0:29 service highest qual- at mean material success or failure." 'would you please tell me the (lifter- 1_6 7._7 --1_5 4_.8 S 27 ........ a:lS 9:47 4:44 u:19 ity food deliciouslypre- , * * * * * * ence between a Naturalist and a Sci- 1_.7 7._5 --1._34._8 Su _ 2s ........ 4:04 0:3s s:ao .......... peredandservedatyour 'Much of that which is termed ab- entist?' 1..8 7__1 --1._0 .......... r~rmal psychology to:lay is nothing "Answer: The dictionary defines a M 29........ 12:10 4:59 11:24 6:18 accustomed meal time. - 4..7 2_.0 6_.5 --0..5 i Ore than the results of hunmn too- Naturalist as one who studies Nature, Tu 30........ 1:05 6:03 12:19 7:08 ,,__7 2_2 s__7 0__1 For complete railroad es that have been allowed to growand a Scientist as onewho studies w 31........ 2:05 7:25 1:23 s:02 .. e Weeds in a garden.I)on't you Science, especially natural science; 4..s 2..4 4_.9 0_7 information, ask Tides are placed in order of occurence. think so?" scientific investigator. Comparison will show high and low. , * * * * * * "However, a Naturalist often re- Light figures a. m., black figures p. m. ,. 'Onegood resolution for thenew minds us of a crawfish creeping along sear Watch the worhl come to Catalina. of rmght be: 'For there-education the ocean floor tending to his own The Catalina Islander will welcome my motives in life Only the whole-business and observing the things hecorrespondence on problems of a psy- s0nae and worthy ones shall have full sees about him; while the Scientist chological nature. l~Wer in my mental activities.' " reminds ns of the abalone, which clings F.S. McGINNIS, Asst. Pass. Traffic Mgr. * * * * * * to a rock, and draws in everything un- WORTH SELLING IS WORTH Pacific lglectric Bldg., Los Angeles "It is to be remembered that the til it is pried off with a crowbar. TELLING--ADVERTISEI I LEASE HAS BEEN SOLD