chapter  VI
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SHORT-HEADS
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Professor Keith, approaching the subject from his intimate knowledge of anatomy, takes a differen t view. Mongolism is a disease, common enough to-day. A defective thyroid will produce a mongol; stunting growth, giving a yellow tinge to the skin, flattening the nose between the eyes, bulging the forehead, telescoping the face, causing the brain to act in a peculiar and aberrant manner. The first traditional Mongol was J aphet and Mr. Hrroabin's Japhet of the Daily News has most of the racial characteristics, physical and mental.