Lora's military family expects her to marry West Point cadet Johnny, but she prefers Larry, who intends to go into his father's business. When Lora's father is transferred to West Point, Lora has to go along; Larry promises to marry her as soon as he can support them both. However, after some time, Lora realises the Army life is all she's ever known and she belongs there. Having not heard from Larry, Lora assumes he isn't going to fulfill his commitment to her, and she marries Johnny.
Nola dates Don, but her sister Cathy says he's just doing it to spite his ex-girlfriend Eloise, who is now going out with wealthy Bob. When Bob loses his fortune, Nola fears Eloise and Don will reconcile. But Bob proposes to Eloise and she accepts. Don says he's leaving for a job in South America and asks Nola to accompany him--as his wife.
Jack and Frances are reporters on the same newspaper. She's cool and disapproves of his melodramatic "human interest" stories. Frances has an unhappy home life, living with her father and his second wife, the hostile Vivian. When Jack berates Frances for her callous reporting on a hotel fire, she decides to change her ways, and writes a story about a hero of the fire. Jack realises Frances really does have a heart, and they reconcile.
Jim Watson; Anne Foster; Chick Reynolds; Helen Jackson; Whitey
Star player Jim considers baseball just another job. Club secretary Anne can't understand his attitude, since she loves the sport. Jim falls for society woman Helen and decides to quit baseball and go into business, but then learns she's engaged to another man. The next season, Jim's replacement on the team is injured. Jim returns to the field with a new attitude. He also reconciles with Anne, whom he now realises he loves.
Jud and Sheila are the life of the party in their frivolous social set. On a scavenger hunt, Sheila meets the serious Carl and they fall in love. Afterwards, Carl thinks she was just stringing him along, but Sheila convinces him that their love is real.