Gable is a hard-boiled newspaperman who thinks that those who learned the business in a college don't know what they are writing about. A professor at a local college has asked him to guest-lecture at an evening session, and he writes a scathing letter in response. When his boss orders him
to comply with the professor's wish, he reluctantly drags himself to the class and walks in late, just in time to hear the teacher, Day, commenting on the letter he's written. Gable figures he'd better just sit there and pretend to be a student. Day's late father was a Pulitzer Prize-winning
journalist, and she uses his work as an example for the class. She is dating psychologist...