Autumn means new students return to the Halls of Ivy and the Halls gear up for greeting the new faces. Might there be something of a role reversal this year where the girls give cat calls to the guys? Those sorority girls keep getting more forward. What ever happened to academics, Toddy wonders. Is he just a little jealous of attentions that Vicky is getting when she decides to take a class this semester?
A new school teacher asks about the rules on campus regarding the students, and Doc Hall assures him the rules are lax, with only the lightest of restriction, so as to liberate free thinking. I think he’s missing the real point. Is there any problem in a teacher asking a student for a date? Let the awkward back peddling begin.
Is there some star crossed romance going on? Does Vicky have a secret admirer? Memories go back to their courting days in London, and a matter of jealousy they had then. The door bell brings him out of the imagination and romance of the museum.
Vicky can’t help but be tantalizing, but she may be able to help the young teacher out with the girl in his class he has a crush on. The Halls are both relieved to know they aren’t the targets of any outside affections.