Noble Kizer

Noble E. Kizer

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'Loyal Sons' Book Release Brings Together Players' Relatives - Forever Irish

Among those gathered were relatives of several members of the 1924 Irish, including nearly a full team of family members of guard Noble Kizer, one of the famed "Seven Mules.
Kizer went on to a sterling coaching career at Purdue, where he also served as athletic director. Thus, the West Lafayette area was well-represented at the event. Some of the first customers to purchase "Loyal Sons" at its release Sept. 5 got their copies signed by the author. "It's great that Dad and all his teammates are being honored by the publishing of this book," said Noble Kizer, Jr. The Kizers are related to two of the Seven Mules. Noble Kizer Sr. and tackle Edgar (Rip) Miller married sisters Phyllis and Esther Templin, of Elkhart, Ind. Filed Under: Four Horsemen, Seven MulesTagged With: Don Miller, Four Horsemen, Jim Crowley, John Weibel, Loyal Sons, Noble Kizer, Rev. Ted Hesburgh, Rip Miller, Seven Mules

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