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A couple of EE majors, one of whom was Bill Flatt, manufactured a induction radio station in the basement of Gannon Hall. The signal was induced into the power line of the Hall. You had to place your radio next to a wall outlet, to listen deejays yack and play their favorite records, barely audible above the background buzz. I believe the fire department made us dismantle Radio Gannon Hall, KGH!

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