The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 41
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QUIZ/By John E. Gibson What Part Does Luck Play in Your Life? "S-^ 1 True or False: The same factors which bring "bad luck" Can also make you accident prone (iff number 5) Whit makei some people lucky, othcn unlucky? In this iruof»l»c quiz, the experts uke a hmrd look at Lady Luck to »ce what make* her tick. TRUEnORFAtSE? 1. Lucky at cards, unlucky at Jove. 2. People who go overboard in trusting their luck-who are always willing to back their hunches to the hilt and take long chances for high gains—are usually happy- go-lucky types, slow to anger and easy to get along with. 3. Bad luck can often be better for you than good luck. 4. You can change your luck by changing your state of mind. 5. The same factor* which bring "bad luck" can also make you accident prone. 6. Nobody knows what makes you lucky. ANSWERS 1. I'abt. Sociological studio conducted at a leading university show that in most cases a person's luck in games of chance tends to parallel his fortune in other areas of his life, such as business, investments, relationships with others. Consistent losers at the gaming tables, the investigation showed, tended also to be "losers" in life. 2. I-'alsr. Psychological studies a! (he University of Massachusetts have shown that these people tend to be aggressive in their attitudes, arc inclined to be egotistical, have a desire to dominate others and arc quick lo show resentment when they suspect someone of infringing on (heir rights. 3. True. Psychological studies at California State College explored the effects of two types of experience on men and women students: 1) joyful, happy, ccxtut- ic experiences and 2) painful or sorrowful experiences. liach student was asked "What lasting effect if any did your peak happiest experience produce?" The Name question was Special introductory offer! 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