Does it bore boys to have girls talk clothes, to have them make up in public? Johnny and Dick, awaiting their girls in a hotel lobby, scheme to cure them of their habits by giving them a sample of their own behavior. When the girls return the boys admire each other: "Say, that's a darling suit you have on, Johnny!" "This old rag? I can't stand it." The angry girls punctuate their resentment by powdering their noses vigorously—just the cue for the boys to begin shaving. Yes, right in the lobby, "Who's your barber, Johnny? I just love your neck clip."
An entertaining Satire/Political Satire on the vanity of high school girls and how they are cured by two boys.