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Harry T Thurschwell


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Young Man's Fancy, A

Young Man's Fancy, A

Dickie Crandall's parents have never allowed him to develop into a boy among boys. He is a misfit when he arrives at camp and can't understand why everyone picks on him. But with help from a female counselor, he learns how to fight for his rights. Seeking to reconcile the camp director and his sweetheart, who are having a serious quarrel, Dickie borrows what he thinks is a book on love and courtship but is really a text on diet and digestion. The ensuing letters he writes home are so grown-up that his parents, alarmed, come to camp to pick up their little darling. Father, who has helped back the camp financially, is ready to induce another backer to withdraw her money, which will ruin the camp. But when Dickie learns he may have to go home, he rebels: He has at last learned to get along with boys and girls of his own age. Indeed, he is the hero of the camp when he discovers in a book a rule in baseball which results in victory for the Camp Freedom team. So, Dickie makes good, his parents are happy and the director and his girlfriend are at last brought together.

written by Harry T. Thurschwell And Alfred L. Golden

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Dramatists Play Service, NY,    -


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Male:  10            Female:  9            Other:  -

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