A Zany Salute to College Football in the Roaring 20’s! In the 1920s, colleges were reminiscent of country clubs, as is the case at the story’s fictional setting, Tait College. Football reigns king on the Tait campus and Tait’s collegians have a hot time keeping up with their star football player, Tom Marlowe. Most will drop everything to watch him practice, to do something to earn his favor, or follow the latest chapter in his soap-opera romance with the daughter of one of the school’s wealthiest benefactors. Only one girl seems oblivious to the folderol – Connie Lane, an intensely studious woman. Ironically, Connie is recruited to help when Marlowe fails the astronomy final he needs pass to in order to play in the big game Saturday. The story develops when the football star and the tutor fall for each other, and the football coach and the astronomy professor rekindle their own college romance. Inevitably, these couples’ love can only survive if the team wins the big game.