Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
In one of his many inexpensive boxing melodramas, Billy Sullivan (the nephew of legendary fight champ John L. Sullivan), played Jimmy O'Day, an amateur boxer who finances the purchase of oil-rich land by staging impromptu fights. In between these endeavors, Jimmy saves the father (William Malan) of his girlfriend (Charlotte Merriam) from a gang of unscrupulous confidence artists. The inexpensive Sullivan films were produced and often directed by Harry J. Brown, who also launched a similar series starring male model Reed Howes.