The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1933 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 17, 1933
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 BLYTHRVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mose Keisch Doesn't Understand Game But Can Sure Kick Pigskin. By NKA Service PITTSBURGH.—A reformed bar- Wilder who never went to college, and who never wore 'a football uniform until two months ago, Is kicking the Pittsburgh Pirates' professional team to a lot of victories In Hie National Pro League. • • He is Mose Keisch, who is; to the Pirates what Cadet Broshous was to Army last year—a ''kicking specialist who never carrfes'the ball but sits on the tench' iintira' point alter touchdown or a fieWgoal is needed. '• •' Mose ran a litlle saloon iear the Pitt campus here—until Jap Do»'d, Pirate playing coach, dropped In one' day. Jap started telling Mcse what a good kicker he was. Mose, who had Been practicing with a, 'bunch of boys in a'back lot, challenged Jap to a kicking contest. Before MosVfinished with Jap, the former W. & J. star owed the bartender $21 In bets. • * * Jap did e. figuring. "Why not travel" along with the Pirates this fall?" he asked Mose. "Maybe »-e .can- use you to kick goals in some of. the games.' Bartending being very dull in .the face of • impending prohibition- repeal, Keisch tossed aside his apron and bar rag and joined the Pitts- burghers..' Since accepting Dowd's offer, Mose has turned in the following performances: Beat the Chicago Cardinals with a placement kick in the last quarter; won from the Boston Braves with a similar effoTt; booted a placement in the last five minutes, to beat Cincinnati; and-drove a perfect placement over the bar from the 30-yard line to earn the Pirates a lie with Brooklyn. He never has carried a ball. Mose is o'-d—39—and his bones are at the breaking ; point.' His head is bald, and "he never- had a bit of coaching. •- '- " '. But Keisch' can kick: TEST YOUR FOOTBALL KNOWLEDGE! | : GAME 'Ala.-Georila Tech Aubum-Gfurfia . Brown-Harvard ' N. Y. V.-q«tt<T* I)«ke-N. Carolina ' S'orthwslr.-N. Dame Wis.-Ohk> ' State. Kan. Slate-Okla •• Oreeon-S. Calif. ' S. " l*itt-Kebraska ' • • -' ' -'Navy-Prlncetonr'' • ' ..t V negla.«Jr»r««fn Syracuse- CffJf ale : 1 Trmple-W. and .J. Tfxas-Tfx. Christian,-? : V, C. L. A.-iVish. Iowa-Purdue S. M. y.-Centenary Chicago-Illinois' 5 COJlunuia-Lalayilte r '•' • :• : . '• i : ' e Uanmounvt'orneu : (i Kansas-Iova.: St.ite BRAVCBER TICKS Alabama GrerfU ' Harvard New York D. Duke Notre Dame Ohio Bute Kinsas State Oregon Fprdham ! Pitt -!• '«' 'Princeton • J i ' i • -i -Carnetle .-• Syracuse Trmple Tejtas Christian Kentucky . :v. c. L A. Purdue 'S. >f. V. Illinois 1 '( . 1 J ' ' "Coln'rilbla . . rj.,' i ' Dartmtmth ' '• Kansas • • SPORTS EDITOR 1 COVBIER NEWS YOU PICK SCOHK I PICKS Alabama .' Georgia .' ' . Harvard ' . New York V 1 . ' Duke 1 ' jiotre Dame Wisconsin '' • : K,iiuas State ; S. Call/ornli Orfjon Stale Nebraska' 1 Princeton Carnec le Collate Temple Texas Tulane D. C. L. A Purdue 'Centenary Illinois Columbia i • Dartmouth Kansas PAGE THERE; PI6GLY WIGGLY wt DO out SPECIAL PRICES for FRIDAY KROGER STORE and SATURDAY Rftnf Dniot K - c - Beef Shoutder lb - 15c ' Thick Rib DCBI nUdol lb. 12& Brisket lb.75c Cheese Fresh Cream !b. laltMeat The Best Pound Chicks, Hit By Injuries, Bill Braucher The Blyttievllle"Chlci(8Saws': will •face the- ForrestVCity. Thorpbreds this .ahernoon at ; forrest City, handicapped more :by injuries than at "any timeHftis-rse'ason. '• I ; Byron Morse, is ouv.wuh a broken leg, . sustained in , scrimmage \Yednesday and "Mosiey, another regular back, will not be able to play . because _ .of. a back ailment. Morse is out for the season. Char- He Brogdon, half back, is also out Ith a back injury. Loss of these hree i men means that the Chicks ill he forced to • enter the g^atne against-,, their heavily favored op- ;nm with a ' backfield, riddlpd y substitutions.--'' ' : . '' '• the strong Forrest City team slat-' •:d to 1 - push:- over a victory. ' Forrest Cfity was beaten by Jdnesboro* by one touchdown last wcek. ^Tl}6. Jonpsboro gridders dc- le'ated iBlytheville by a three touchdown margin the week be- Jore. The defeat at Jonesboro was the : first setback for the Forrest City eleven, since early in 1931. A It-America Chatter The names o[ many are being shuffled for the All-America team of, 1933 . . . each Saturday adds a new one to the list . . .or takes one away .' . . a . bad game> can spoil a- young man's chances . and there are so miny chances for wrong play, compared to the opportunities_ for,.spectacular stardom, that the 'fellow who survives the weekly eliminations can figure that he's lucky as well as good. Some have pretty definitely established their superiority . . Everhardus of Michigan has,seemed to this observer to be a standout halfback . . . one of. the hardest hitters in the Big 'Ten .- . . . generates a lot of momentum on his plunges and slices . . . Something like' that can be said also for Purdue's Purvis. Center and Guard Bernard, one of Everhardus teammates, is getting a lot of praise for his fine work at center. a_spol where a little gap can do'an a^tiY lot of damage to the best-laid backfield plans. . . . Still discussing the Big Ten, Illinois and Purdue have demonstrated the toughest de• lenses in the conference . . much ^?-f the Illinois line strength is due to Chuck Bennis ... a standou' - guard against three of the bes teams in the country . . . Army Michigan, and Northwestern . Harry Kipke handed chuck a lo for mussing up Michigan plays . . not since the days of Big Jim McMillen has Zuppke had a guan who fitted into Zuppke's scheme o offense so well as Bennis. Johnson of Army seems to be chief of the signal callers ( . . his smart Napoteoning changed the 'bi question mark that Army was I September to an exclamation poin in November. . . . The deeds o Kopraak. end on the same team have been notable. The Best Is the Cheapest GOAL S UPREME* Super-Heat JQj That Ner,' Wonder Cool Site tamp ^^»50 Per Ton j CaStl HHJ Ton - - $4.4* Superior Coal & Mining Co. Ctu'w. W«lnnl """ , H'.L-O.C. Mis Kahsans KANSAS CITY, Mo. IITP)— The- Home' Tjoa'n Owners '' Corporation already .has brought relief to 534 urban mprtgages in Missouri and 2',OJ8 in'.'Kansas. The Missouri to- tals'approximate $1,342,021; those in 1 Kansas, $3,877,225! Hungry Dox» Were Heirs PORTLAND, Ore. tUP)—Hungry dogs of Portland got a break here recently when Circuit Judge Taz- wel! ruled valid jxirllons of n will bequeathing S19.000 to care for strays. A home for dogs is to be bulk with the mon?y, according to the will. Paving and Sewer TAXES For 1933 arc- now due and payable G. G. 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