The Radio Boys in the Thousand Islands eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 139 pages of information about The Radio Boys in the Thousand Islands.

Chapter

     I Vacation Plans

    II Tragedy or Joke

   III Talking it over

    IV The Catwhisker

     V A Baffling Situation

    VI A Mystery and Cub’s “Goat”

   VII Returning Cub’s “Goat”

  VIII Mathematics or Geography?

    IX The Radio Diagram

     X The Island-Surrounded Island

    XI The Deserted Camp

   XII Hal’s Discovery

  XIII “Robinson Crusoe’s” Diary

   XIV More Light and More Mystery

    XV The Hook-up on Shore

   XVI Running down a Radio Fake

  XVII Bud’s Discovery

 XVIII Unwelcome Visitors

   XIX “S.O.S.” from Friday Island

    XX Four Prisoners

   XXI The Hostage

  XXII The “Crusoe Mystery” Deepens

 XXIII “Sweating” the Prisoner

  XXIV “Something Happens”

   XXV Bud Shoots

  XXVI The Slingshot Victim

 XXVII Chased out

XXVIII A Radio Eavesdropper

  XXIX The End of the “Mystery”

   XXX The Result of a Radio Hazing

CHAPTER I

Vacation Plans

“Now, fellows, what are we goin’ to do this vacation?” demanded Cub Perry as he leaned back in his upholstered reed rocker and hoisted his size 8 shoes onto the foot of his bedstead.  “School’s all over, we’ve all passed our exams, and now we’ve got a long vacation before us with nothing to do.  It’s up to yo-uns to map out a program.”

“Why can’t you help map it out?” asked Bud Taylor with something of a challenge in his voice.  “You always have the last word?”

“Cub’s the dictator of our outfit, and we do the work, that’s why,” declared Hal Stone.  “We always have to listen to him, you know that, Bud.  So what’s the use o’ kickin’?”

“Oh, I’m not kickin’,” Bud replied.  “It’s no use.  Cub ’u’d drown us out with his voice if we hollered.  You know you made ’im admit once that noise was the only thing that ’u’d convince him.”

“You c’n change that now and call it static instead of noise since we’ve all become radio experts,” smirked Cub with characteristic superiority.

“Ha, ha,” laughed Bud.

“Tee-hee,” tittered Hal.

By the way, it was from this peculiar manner of laugh, that Hal got his nickname, Tee-hee.  Cub’s given name was Robert, shortened sometimes to Bob and Bud’s was Roy.  Cub and Bud were always known by their nicknames, but Hal was addressed as Tee-hee only on fitting or intermittent occasions.

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