The Halls are getting ready for fun with a ladies group on campus. Although it’s considered a stuffy and boring affair to Doc Hall. Braced up by Vickie’s encouragement, he faces the ordeal bravely. The duties and obligations of a college dean has no end, and Toddy finds himself giving a man to man talk to Phillip. The large atheletic student has the nickname of Moose. Could he have some woman troubles? What qualifications does Doc Hall have for dispensing advise on the matters of love? The two men share secrets of their own love relationships with their best gals.
After telling of his reliable relationship with Vicky, Doc Hall discovers that she forgot her usual note of encouragement. It’s just one of those little things, almost a superstitious ritual that Doc Hall has come to expect before facing down that stodgy ladies group. Is Vicky becoming absent minded? Doc Hall talks with his colleague, Heathcliff about his concerns. The ritual of presenting his annual poem to the ladies is dsrupted, but the encouragement Toddy findns comes from another source.
Lucky Millander 1950 Tears from My Eyes.