Ken and three friends steal boards to make backstop for baseball field. Ken suffers from guilt & sees family lawyer who helps him develop respect for laws. Ken then helps other boys settle accounts with the construction company. Explains the importance of law in keeping order in a society. Shows that respect for the law is developed by a realization that law represents accumulated wisdom, that it is in harmony with laws of nature and that it is necessary to prevent trouble.
Director: Gil Altschul. Cameraman: Bruce Colling. Writers: Dick Creyke, Royal. Editor: George Wilbern. Narrator: Franklyn Ferguson. Educational Collaborator: Carter Davidson, Ph.D., President of Union College, Chancellor of Union University.