Letters: Jan. 16, 1928


Ostrich Heads

Sirs: Bitter it is for me to learn that the president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science used false and chicane arguments to counterblast the anti-evolutionists at Nashville. As you reported in your Jan. issue, the association's president, Dr. Arthur Amos Noyes of Pasadena Calif., said: ". . . the fact that evolution has been going on and that many animal types have gone through definite stages of development can only be doubted by an individual who, like an ostrich, buries his head in the sand out of a vague dread that he may see...

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