Conzelman roared on, comparing the biscuit's dismantling to Rudolph Valentino's way with women and Daniel's taming of the lions in their den. Then he concluded rousingly:
"Now some men of science came to my house,
"On a scientific call,
"They said, 'We've heard of your wonderful feat,
" 'And we think it's a stall.'
"I said, 'Gentlemen, follow me, to the dining room please come,
" 'I'll show you how I take a biscuit apart and put it back without losing a crumb.'
"Well, they stared at me in amazement and one said, 'On my heart!
" 'I believe that with years of study I could learn to take a biscuit apart!'
"I said, 'The chances are you could, but here's one important fact: