The building didn’t crumble, but it surely shook. And then Professor Gray had the floor:
“Girls and boys, we mustn’t forget William Brown and Augustus Grier. You can hardly mention one without the other. I propose—”
Gus shamelessly interrupted his respected teacher and friend:
“Three yells for Bill Brown’s radio! Let her go!”
It went; as did also the refreshments a little later.
How Bill’s idea of building a radio broadcasting station was carried out will be told in “Bill Brown Listens In.”
[Footnote A: This message will be found in facsimile in the foreword of this book.]