Mr. Bardeen lost little time in jumping from the automobile.
"I hope they'll be playmates for you," answered Mr. Bardeen.
"Yes, my monkey Jack is up there near the chimney," said Mr. Bardeen.
But as Mr. Bardeen was getting out Ted uttered a cry of alarm.
Mr. Bardeen pointed to little William, who was sobbing in Janet's arms.
"It is very good of you, Mr. Bardeen, to ask me out here," said Mrs. Benton.
"All right, I guess you can watch the machine," said Mr. Bardeen.
The chaplain knew Bardeen well, and also knew just how true the yarn was not.
Aunt Sallie was almost ready to doze off in a little sleep when Mr. Bardeen was seen coming around the corner of the cabin.
"You stay in the car a moment, children," said Mr. Bardeen, as he got out on the side of the steering wheel.
American physicist who, with William Brattain and William Shockley, invented the transistor in 1947. For this work all three shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for physics. In 1972 Bardeen shared another Nobel Prize for physics with American physicists Leon Neil Cooper and John Robert Schrieffer for their development of the theory of superconductivity.