Two chums, Jack and Jim, take a room together for their vacation at a summer resort, and both become deeply attached to Dolly. The story opens when they are both attempting to be her partner in a game of tennis, a problem that is only solved when her parents come along and ask Jim to accompany them for a walk round the garden. Jim, to find some excuse that will take him back to Dolly, pretends to hurt his knee, and as soon as the old couple are out of sight runs back in time to hear Dolly make an appointment with Jack for 8 o'clock that evening. To get rid of Jack, he tells him that Dolly's parents require his presence, and he then suggests to Dolly that he take her out for a row on the lake. Jack soon finds out that the message was a hoax, and returns in time to get into the rowboat as it is about to start. Jim refuses to row, and Jack prefers to sit next to Dolly. She, however, not wishing to get mixed up in the scrape, gets out of the boat, and Jim follows and makes an appointment ... Written by
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The often relied upon, but not always reliable American Film Index (1908-1915) credits Pearl White
and Crane Wilbur
as appearing in this film, Joseph A. Golden
as directing it, and Anthony Coldeway
as writing it. All of these people were under contract to Powers Picture Plays at this time and were not involved in this Pathé Frères American production in any capacity. See more