Jimmie Shannon is to get the twelve millions left bv his grandfather - provided he is married by the time he reaches his thirtieth birthday. He receives news of the old man's death just rne day before the end of the fatal term! And Jimmie doesn't care much about marriage, and he isn't particularly handsome. "I'm not engaged," he says, "and I'm not in love - and I don't know a girl in the world well enough to even hook her up the back - and I've got to be married by midnight tomorrow." But Jimmie has a chance! In fact, he has seven, and it is with these that the rest of the play is concerned.
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