Bobby Shermann is a likable young chap, a broker possessed of excellent business ability, but neglectful of his business and therefore always short of funds. Bobby's club fellows are young men of means, anxious to help Bobby in money matters, but unable to do so because of his extreme sensitivity. Bobby is head over heels in love with Susan Garrick, a pretty young client of his, who has the highest social standing but not much money and Bobby's heavy indebtedness naturally prevents their marriage. In the depths of despair, Bobby is about to do himself bodily harm, when Susan conceives the brilliant idea of incorporating him. She and their mutual friends, Jerry Dean and John Birch, set about making Bobby a legal corporation, paying his debts and becoming absolute masters of his destinies, including the privilege of dictating whom he shall marry. The directors decide he shall marry an heiress, despite the strenuous objections raised by Susan. Jerry Dean, president of the corporation, ...
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