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November 27, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-11-27

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CENTER COLLEGE FEATURES
LL RECODS OF RECENT YEARS

Milan Responsible
.b From Obsurity
To Fame

For

T SUCCESS- A MATTER
USING 31UCH= SPECULATION
re college's spurt to football
uring the past three years has
e outstanding feature of col-
aletics. This sudden rise from
woods Kentucky school, battl-
r the state championship# to
resent position as one of the.
ootball aggregations in the
r has been due primarily to
n Charlie Moran, coach, and
cMillan, quarterback.
Recent Record Good
n who at one time coached a

a son who plpyed with Centre and his
interest was aroused in this manner.
After he took charge in the middle of;
the 1917 season, things looked brighter
and since then Centre has lost but
two games. This year they have not
lost a* game and have had only six
points made against them while they
were scoring 263. The climax of their
season was the 6 to 0 defeat of Har-
vard. That a team from a school of
600 is able to beat the Crimson, so
long in a class by itself, is what Moran
succeeded in accomplishing.
In September 1916 "Bo" McMillan
arrived in Danville but he lacked sev-
eral credits and was unable to enter
college. However he went to high
school at Somerset a nearby town and
entered the next year. In 1918 he

was chosen all-American quarterback
and has since been a shining light initrolgad b gIN MO
intercoliegiate football. Beside being
a remarkable player he has the abilityO
to inspire his team-mates to play, a
wonderful game, and in doing this he
has been a decided asset to Centre. PRESENT VIOLA DANA IN SECOND
Wliat Does Future Hold? MOVE OF CAMPAIGN WITH'
This is McMillan's last year in col- $15,000 GOAL
lege athletics. The question asked -
by many is, will Centre be such a "There Are No Villains," with Viola
power in football without his serv- Dana in the leading role, Is the pic-
ices? Wil it be possible for Moran
t tune which the Veterans' Memorial..
to develop another to take his place committee will present in Hill audi-
and lead the Centre wonder eleven torium Wednesday night as the second-
on to victory or will they again sink of their entertainments to raise $15,-

ex-soldier who frequently visits him.
Convinced that he is the go-between
for a band of smugglers, she watches
him so well that love threatens to up-
set the careful plans of the govern-
ment man-hunters and Cupid and the
law have an adventurous time in solv-
ing an exciting problem.
George M. Lott, '22 and Byron F.
Field, grad., members of the Veterans
Memorial committee, are in charge of
the presentation of thistilm.
PRES. BURTON AND DEANS
ENTITLED TO R. 0. T. C. SALUTE
Companies in the R. 0. T. C. unit
have been organized and men assigned
to their respective companies. Com-
pany G has not been organized and
has been left for future infantry de-
velopment.-
In the future regulation uniforms
must be worn to all military science
classes. Arrangements are being made
whereby men can obtain tan shoes
for their uniforms at a reduced cost.

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back into their old position fighting
with Kentucky State for their big
game, and giving Harvard a chance
to try out some of their second string
ten against the once great Centre.
A deposit will hold until Christmas.
a gift box Crane, Hurd, Whiting,
Hampshire, and other choice station-
ery at 0.. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.

000 to finish the Union Reading room.'
This is a Bayard Veiller production:
by the Metro Pictures corporation, be-
ing adapted by Mary O'Hara from
Frank R. Adams' story. The setting
is the Barbary Coast with Miss Dana
portraying the role of a girl who, as-
signed yo watch a wealthy business
man, finds that as his stenographer
she can discover nothing incriminat-
ing, so is assigned to watch a young

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