The Summer Girl (1911)
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Jack seems to be the favored suitor of the Summer girl, until one day when Brown arrives upon the scene and tries his level best to outdo Jack. Jack takes her to a dance, where Brown immediately monopolizes her company, leaving poor Jack without a partner. Brown also "butts in" when Jack is taking her out rowing. Jack's turn for revenge has come at last. Brown makes an appointment with the "Summer Girl" to meet at their trysting place 3 p.m. Two hours previous to his appointment with the girl, a friend of his asks him to go swimming for a little while. Brown asks Jack to accompany them, but he feigns a headache. While the two are in the water, Jack dresses as a lady and sits on a bench beside their clothes. When it is time for them to emerge, they find to their amazement that they cannot reach their garments, as the lady (who is Jack) is sitting beside them, so they remain in the water. After sitting there for some time, Jack leaves for the hotel, discarding the female attire on the way. At the hotel he meets the girl, who is very much put out by Brown's conduct, and swears that she will never speak to him again. She keeps her word, and Jack is the happy winner.
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