New Pictures: Sep. 20, 1926

One Minute to Play (Harold ["Red"] Grange). There is the usual collegiate hokum, with a big football game as the finishing liqueur. Alma Mater Parmalee needs seven points to win. Star halfback "Red" Wade sits on the sidelines because his father does not believe in rough sports and the coach thinks he ("Red") has been drinking. One minute to play —vindication—substitution—"Red" Wade has the pigskin under his arm. The Galloping Ghost is off—long strides, mighty stiff-arm, eely hips, a broken field—a touchdown, a kicked goal, and victory. "Red", of course, is vindicated before the college, his father, his sweet-lipped Sally Rogers.


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