Two late forties couples are at the country club dance. George Brewster finally admits to his wife and the other couple that he has indeed gained the long sought after presidency of his company. And he also tells them of that time long ago at his school prom when he had briefly filled in as piano player in Tommy Dorsey's band. Dorsey had given George a card with what he said was his private number-- and indicating George had promise. George has dreamed all these years of how exciting and satisfying his life might have been. Now, his career at its peak, he had called-- and learned that "dreams of glory" are-- just dreams.