The Classmate's Frolic (1913)
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As a punishment for falling asleep during the Preceptress' lecture, Alice is obliged to remain in her room alone for three days. She becomes restless and seeing some of her schoolmates outside on the campus, gets the janitor to take a note inviting them to come to her room at four o'clock, and have a jolly good time. The four girls, avoiding the vigilance of the Preceptress, appear on time, with smiling faces and "eats." They hear an organ-grinder playing outside; one of the girls darts out of the room and soon returns with the musician. He starts them going with a lively waltz. They are in the midst of the dance when they hear footsteps approaching. They push the organ-grinder into a closet and the girls creep under the bed. The Preceptress appears, finds everything quiet. The organ-grinder accidentally gives a turn or two of the handle of his instrument which the principal hears and she rushes out for help. In the meantime, the organ-grinder comes out of the closet. The janitor puts in an appearance and they soon explain matters to him and help the organist out of the window just as the Preceptress returns with a policeman, to whom she points out the closet. He opens the door and finds nothing there. Completely puzzled, the Head of the School cannot explain matters and she withdraws haughtily, followed by the officer, who slyly winks at the girls, as they peer from beneath the bed. Alice, and her chums acknowledge their appreciation of the janitor's services, in helping them, have their little frolic, by kissing him upon the top of his bald head.
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