The big game at Clay City is all the rage among the students and faculty alike. Besides the big game, Miss Brooks is in competition with Miss Enright for becoming head of the English department. Coincidentally, Miss Enright pops in for some catty verbal sparring. To earn some brownie points, Miss Brooks gets volunteered to chaperone the dance. How else might rival English teachers butter up the principal? Listen in and count the ways.
Tickets to the big game, and dance to follow are rare, and when Connie can’t get one she tries to apply strategy to entice Boynton to miss the events as well. will she have any luck? Are her powers of persuasion up to snuff? Standby for some comic turns of events, and misunderstandings.
You won’t want to miss the end to see who wins this battle for Mr Boynton’s affections. Connie, or Miss Enright?