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A TEST FOR PURE TELEPATHY. MR. ZIRKLE WAS SEATED TWO ROOMS AWAY FROM THE SENDER, MISS OWNBEY, WITH HIS BACK TOWARD HER. THE TELEGRAPH KEY UNDER MISS OWNBEY's RIGHT HAND WAS USED TO GIVE THE READY SIGNAL. UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MR. ZIRKLE GOT 2} HITS OUT OF 2 J, 8y OUT OF IOO, AND AN AVERAGE FOR THE SERIES OF 16 OUT OF 2J.

iid Joseph Banks Rhine innocently receive a "rooking" in some of hia Duke University experiments in Extra-Sensory Perception? Is It possible that two of his "best" subjects, close enough in companionship to later marry,conceived of a simple method by which they might outwit conditions imposed by the professor?

The tests followed by Professor Rhine a period of seven years resulted in world wide publicity and comment from learned mathematicians and psychologists.StU' dents of the university were drawn upon to take part. Can it be that college prankishness and the lure of acclaim led them, at times, to "put one over" on their mentor?

THE JINX asks regarding these points because through its editor it is ready to duplicate, or better,a series of tests made with George Zirkle

A TEST FOR PURE TELEPATHY. MR. ZIRKLE WAS SEATED TWO ROOMS AWAY FROM THE SENDER, MISS OWNBEY, WITH HIS BACK TOWARD HER. THE TELEGRAPH KEY UNDER MISS OWNBEY's RIGHT HAND WAS USED TO GIVE THE READY SIGNAL. UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MR. ZIRKLE GOT 2} HITS OUT OF 2 J, 8y OUT OF IOO, AND AN AVERAGE FOR THE SERIES OF 16 OUT OF 2J.

and Sara Ownbey(now I,Irs. Zirkle). This publication is for mystery artists who entertain. Subscribers expect tricks. They get tricks. And so we reveal how magicians can get scores as good as campus caperites, un-'der the same conditions as Imposed by erudite savants of learning, and attempt to prove by inference, avoiding libel laws as much as possible,the collusion necessary to deceive an always avid reading public, to whom a representative of a leading University is "tops."

Professor J.B.Rhino, though under the supervisory eye of Dr. William McDougall, formerly of Harvard, is still not a magician nor en rapport with the subterfuges of our profession. Would you, you,or you investigate a subject explainable by chemistry, then present a record to the world, and not have had AT ALL times a competent chemist present? And is it (continued on page 333)

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