Science: Albinos?

Richard O. Marsh, Rochester (N. Y.), business man and bold and experienced explorer of Spanish-American wildernesses, was on his way last week from Colon (Canal Zone) to Manhattan with three "blond Indians" whom he persuaded to join him in Darien (Panama).

Explorer Marsh has long been an enthusiast upon the subject of blond Indians. Anthropologists as yet decline to admit their existence, or to attempt to account for their ancestry in case they do exist.

A New York authority, being asked whether he believed them to be scions of the Vikings, Mendelian "sports" of a...

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