body of each of us, with all its marvelous and complicated structure, started to develop in the first day of our existence from one single cell. Let us consider, too, for example, the complicated interaction and mutual dependence of our ductless glands, one on the other. With this feeble understanding of a very small part of the universe, it would be impossible for me, personally, to doubt the existence of a supreme architect. The more I consider the matter, the more amazing and wonderful does the whole scheme of things become. Yet, I would still have the temerity to believe that I, in some small way, must be a part of it.
That was Dr. P. K. Menzies, who was born in Ontario, Canada eighty-six years ago. He lives now in Syracuse, New York.