Electronics for Hobbyists (Unit 6. Digital Computers)

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The hotel clerk was standing on the steps waving at them. His hat. The sudden excitement died. He walked back and took the hat. Thanking the clerk, he put the hat on and rejoined Scotty and they continued on their way. Neither of them noticed the dark-blue sedan parked across the street from the hotel. At the sound of Rick’s name, the two men in it had showed quick interest. Now, as the boys continued toward the center of the city, the sedan pulled away from the curb, heading in the opposite direction, and started around the block.

They got off atBaltimore ,” Steve said. “A brake-man saw them. Strange, isn’t it? They are certainly distinctive enough in appearance. Almost anyone who saw them would remember them, yet apparently only a single brakeman saw them. They got off the train atBaltimore , and they left by the wrong side. They opened a door on the opposite side of the platform. The brakeman saw them get down and cross the tracks, and he saw them disappear into the darkness. This was early morning, remember. ” CHAPTER VI Janig It was Rick who broke the silence following Steve’s last words.

When Hartson Brant came to the bench, Rick and Scotty had completed the chassis, except for the drilling of the tube socket holes, and that couldn’t be done until the circuit-wiring diagrams were completed. “Good work,” Hartson Brant said. ” Rick glanced at his wrist watch. It was onlyhalf past four . ” “Not until tomorrow, I’m afraid. Keppner and I are working on the circuits, but there is still a great deal of calculating to do. We’ll keep on this evening. Besides, Dr. Bertona may arrive and we’ll have to brief him on the problem.

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