The following is an entertaining experiment in a party of young people. One of those present is asked if he can write his name, and will, of course, answer "yes." He is then subjected to the following test: He is asked to sit down in a chair, a paper, folded several times, is placed on his forehead, a lead pencil is handed him and he is asked to write his name on the paper. As little time as possible to reflect should be left him ; if he hesitates, he should be told to just go ahead, and in most cases it will be found that he starts writing his name at the left temple and, to the amusement of the others present, writes it in the way of many left-handed persons, that is, so that it is legible only when held in front of a mirror, unless one is practiced in readme: reversed writing.