What It Means to Be Left-Handed
By JOHN E. LODGE
ARE you right-handed? Perhaps you only think so. There is one chance in ten that you are ambidextrous, or “two-handed,” without knowing it. If you are, you can learn to use your left hand as well as your right, and immeasurably increase your efficiency in work and sports.
LET LEFT-HANDEDNESS ALONE!
By J. J. TERRELL. M. D.
LITTLE four-year-old girl surprised everybody the other day by writing quite plainly on a piece of paper, “Six bars of window soap”. The little girl is left-handed. She could not read what she had written. On investigation it was found that she had received no instruction in writing but had watched her mother writing these particular words on an order blank a few days previously. She had reproduced the picture from memory.
The little girl will go to school next year and her teachers will probably wish to break her of what they deem the bad habit of left-handedness.