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~Plot Synopsis~
This football picture was not one of Charles Ray's best vehicles. Ray plays Chester Burnett, the star of the
college football team, who is forced to work as a milkman when his father's business begins to fail. He
tells no one about his job, not even his sweetheart, Ruth Turner (Mary Anderson). Because his job and his
classes take up so much of his time, he is forced to drop out of the football team. The team starts losing all
its games, but Chester still refuses to either return or explain why he won't come back. Finally the yell
leader, Angel (Truman van Dyke), discovers his secret and spreads it to the student body. He loses face
with the other students, and when Ruth finds out, she breaks up with him. When the big game comes up,
Chester decides to play after all. He's not up to par, however, until he receives a note from his girl telling
him that all is forgiven. After that he can't be stopped and he leads his team to victory.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Charles Ray

Written by: Richard Andres - story

Charles Ray ...  Chester Burnett
Mary Anderson ...  Ruth Turner
Lionel Belmore ...  Her Father
Lincoln Stedman ...  'Fatty'
Truman Van Dyke ...  'Angel'
Gus Leonard ...  Butler
Tom Wilson ...  Football Coach
Bert Woodruff ...  Janitor
François Dumas ...  Dean of Baker University
Phil Dunham ...  Professor of Spanish
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Production Company: Charles Ray Productions

Released by: Associated First National Pictures

Producer: Charles Ray
Cinematography by: George Rizard
Assistant Camera: Ellsworth H. Rumer

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: October 17, 1921