A young man and girl; the girl has a father. The young man, "Bob" by name, is in love with the girl, and her father objects to him as a suitor and very much favors another man as a future son-in-law, whom we designate as the villain. The scenes surrounding this state of affairs are at the seashore and a beautiful harbor containing motor boats and yachts that arc incidentally and dramatically part of the play. "Bob" is elected Commodore of the local yacht club, defeating the villain as a candidate for the same office. The villain, who wants the girl, never fails to show his dislike for "Bob," and, furthermore, he is naturally disagreeable, as shown in his refusal to subscribe to the building fund of the local church, entirely snubbing the Rev. Jones, who is the pastor, soliciting donations for the good work among the members of the club, all of whom, and even the skipper of the "Vita," a small speed motor boat, contribute to the purpose and at the same time take considerable pleasure ...
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