Patsy's love for his schoolmistress, Mary, receives a sudden shock in the announcement that her marriage to Jack Prince is to occur within a few days. He resolves to sever himself from a life that could not be happy without Mary. A bottle of rheumatic liniment is the only medium at hand with which to achieve the desired result, and as he is placing the bottle to his lips he is interrupted by sister, Kitty, who seizes his arm and cries for the family to come. The only sympathy he receives from his irate father is the usual command to perform his ordinary routine of chores before going to school. On her way to school with Mary, Kitty reveals to Sykesy and the faithful little Jane, her brother's hopeless love, and this furnishes Patsy's evil genius with new material. On arrival at school, Sykesy writes a love poem expressing Patsy's wild passion for his schoolmistress, and as usual, the innocent victim of circumstances is punished. The school board orders a half holiday in honor of ...
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Second release in Lubin's "Patsy Bolivar" 1-reel comedy series. See more
Followed by Patsy Among the Fairies