|Writers||Forrest Halsey (story)
|Plot||A clause in the will of an old millionaire forbids his daughter from marrying any man but one who has become prominent through hard work. A relative of the girl introduces her to a supposed author of a book on sociology, but who, in reality, is a professional gambler. Fascinated by the suave manners of the gambler, she accepts him as a possible suitor. The gambler gives her a diamond ring which he had received from Travis in payment of a debt. In order to become the wife of a sociologist, the girl decides to do as he has done, study the workers by being one of them. She secures a position as maid in the Travis home and falls in love with the chauffeur. Young Travis, refused money by his mother, steals a gold chain. Although the maid's suitcase is searched and nothing found therein, the theft is laid on her on account of the discovery of the diamond, and she is placed under arrest. Before the officer can get into the auto carrying Mrs. Travis, her son and the maid, the chauffeur drives off to a lonely spot in the country where he proceeds to thrash the son. In the scuffle the chain falls from young Travis' pocket. While the mother is reprimanding her son, the chauffeur and the maid run off to a railway station, where he gives her money so that she may return to her home. Finding that she is haunted by the memory of the young chauffeur, the heiress locates his whereabouts through an ad in a local newspaper. He reveals his identity as being the real author of the book on sociology, and, according to the terms of the will, the girl wins the old millionaire's millions by marrying a man who has made a name for himself by hard work.... search for A Study in Sociology on IMDb|
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