seats. Briefly this is the complete layout: Sections A, B, C, D are the big stands on the north side. They are flanked by Sections O and P, which have been built this week. Bleacher sections X,Y and Z are also on the north side of the field. Holders of seats in these sections should go to the left when entering the park. At the east end of the park, bleacher sections S, R and V are located together with bench seats marked "East". The west end of the field is occupied by bleacher sections Q and M along with the "West" bleachers. On the south or right hand side of the park are sections J,E, F, G, H and K in the big stands together with bleacher sections U and T at the west and east ends, respectively. Section L of the bench seats is located in front of the big stands on the north side while bench seat section W is on the south side back of the Packers' bench.
VON TO REFEREE
SEPT 26 (Columbus, OH) - Art Von of Duluth, Minn., has been assigned by President Joe F. Carr of the NFL to referee the Chicago Bear-Packer game at Green Bay Sunday. Ed Shave, St. Paul, is to umpire while Earl Wyman, Oshkosh, will be the head linesman.
PACKERS SEEK SECOND WIN IN PRO GRID LOOP
SEPT 27 (Green Bay) - The Packers will attempt to leap their second barrier in the NFL pennant chase here Sunday afternoon when they tackle their ancient enemies, the Chicago Bears, at the City Stadium. The fracas will start promptly at 2 p.m. and Art Von of Duluth will be tooting the referee's whistle. Ever since 1921 have the Packers and Bears been battling on the gridiron and the appearance of the Windy City Bruins here has always brought out the largest crowds of the season. This year it is the same old story - tickets have been selling like hot cakes all week - but the Packer management has met the demand by constructing another thousand seats. Every seat in the park will be reserved for this game as well as the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Yellowjackets on the following Sundays. The Bears are coming here with a revamped battle front although many of the stars of other years are still in togs. Bronko Nagurski of Minnesota, Dick Nesbett of Drake and Joe Lintenzich of St. Louis U who is rightfully termed the "kicking fool" are among the newcomers. Red Grange is still playing halfback for the Bears while Joey Sternaman is doing his stuff at quarterback. The batting pair, Trafton and Fleckenstein, are back on the job in the line while Luke Johnson is again holding down a wing berth. The Bears are a collegiate machine this season as Ralph Jones, former Lake Forest gridiron mentor, is directing the team on the field while George Halas and Dutch Sternaman, the co-owners, busy themselves counting the ducats. Captain Lambeau has put his Packer squad through an extensive week of practice. The team came out of the Cardinal game in pretty fair shape and the Green Bay leader will be able to put his full strength on the field against the aggressive Chicagoans. Mike Michalske busted one of his digits while throwing Ernie Nevers for a loss last week by the super guard wants it known that he would play against the Bears even if it had to be on crutches.
PACKERS AND BEARS BATTLE HERE SUNDAY
SEPT 27 (Green Bay Press-Gazette) - The Chicago Bears are playing the Green Bay Packers at the City stadium tomorrow afternoon and from all indication there will be another battle such as only these two teams can put up when they meet on a gridiron. Trimmed by the Packers in three games last year, the Bears are coming here with a rejuvenated team, ready to avenge all the setbacks. Coach Ralph Jones, former Lake Forest mentor, has injected considerable new blood and a real fighting spirit into the squad and there is certain to be a lot of action. Fourteen of last year's veteran are still with the team, together with such new men as Bronko Nagurski, all-American tackle and fullback from Minnesota, Joe Lintzenich, St. Louis university quarterback; Paul Schuette, former Wisconsin guard, and Heavy Pauly, W. and J. guard, who weighs 270 pounds...GRANGE ON SQUAD: There is nothing wrong with the 1929 men who still are on the team. Most of them can hold their own in the National league. The all-famous Red Grange is back again and better than ever, together with such men as Walter Holmer, Northwestern halfback; Trafton, colorful center and veteran of many football wars; Bill Senn; Carlson Johnsos, Garland Grange and others. The Bear line is one of the few in the country that outweighs the Green Bay Packer front wall. Every man on the line, with the exception of the ends, weighs well over 200 pounds. Coach Jones has been grooming the squad in quick pass plays and tricky formations that send ball carriers off tackle and between the guards and tackles according to word received from Chicago and it is likely that he will use this type of play against the Packers. If he does, the Bears probably will have trouble as the Packer style of football is built to stop smashing plays of this type. Capt. E.L. Lambeau is somewhat worried over the outcome as he realizes that the Bears will be fighting every minute to upset the National league champions. They have been pointing for this game ever since practice began several weeks ago and will be out for blood...USE HEAVY LINE: While no starting lineup has been announced, the Packer coach probably will use his heaviest linemen and the biggest backfield men. All of the men are in shape to play with the possible exception of Lidberg, who is still bothered with a wrenched ankle sustained in the opening game of the year. Lidberg will be able to play at least part of the time if needed, but the coach plans to keep him out of action if possible as he wants to have the injured member healed completely before he puts it to a strain. Darling, who sustained a blood clot in his hip, has recovered and will be ready for service again. Michalske broke his little finger against the Cardinals, but also will be able to play Sunday. A capacity crowd is expected to be on hand for the battle that starts promptly at 2 o'clock. The Legion band will play between halves and before the game. All seats have been reserved, and, while the demand has been great, there are some seats still available it was announced at noon today. The game will be broadcast over WTMJ, Milwaukee radio station, direct from the field, in a program sponsored by the Wadham Oil company. The company plans to broadcast all Packer games at home and on foreign field this year. WHBY, St. Norbert's college, De Pere station, also will broadcast the game.