NAME                 NO POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Bob Adkins           55   E 6- 0 211        Marshall  1  1 23 11
Frank Balazs         35   B 6- 2 215            Iowa  2  2 22  7 1939 Draft - 18th round
Connie Berry         37   E 6- 3 210  N. Carolina St  1  2 25  1 FA - Detroit (1939)
Charley Brock        29   C 6- 1 205        Nebraska  2  2 24 11 1939 Draft - 3rd round
Lou Brock            15   B 6- 0 195          Purdue  1  1 22 11 1940 Draft - 3rd round
Larry Buhler         52   B 6- 2 210       Minnesota  2  2 23  8 1939 Draft - 1st round
Larry Craig          54   E 6- 0 205     S. Carolina  2  2 24 11 1939 Draft - 6th round
Leo Disend           18   T 6- 2 225        Albright  1  3 24  5 FA - Brooklyn (1939)
Tiny Engebretsen     34   G 6- 1 245    Northwestern  7  9 30    FA - Brooklyn (1934)
Dick Evans           53   E 6- 3 195            Iowa  1  1 22   
Beattie Feathers      3   B 5-11 180       Tennessee  1  7 32  1 FA - Brooklyn (1939)
Milt Gantenbein      22   E 6- 0 200       Wisconsin 10 10 30  5
Buckets Goldenberg   43   G 5-10 225       Wisconsin  8  8 28 11
Tom Greenfield       56   C 6- 4 218         Arizona  2  2 22  9 1939 Draft - 15th round
Arnie Herber         38   B 5-11 208           Regis 11 11 30 10
Clarke Hinkle        30  FB 5-11 200        Bucknell  9  9 31 11
Don Hutson           14   E 6- 1 185         Alabama  6  6 27 11
Cecil Isbell         17   B 6- 1 190          Purdue  3  3 25 10 1938 Draft - 1st round
Harry Jacunski       48   E 6- 2 198         Fordham  2  2 24 10 
Ed Jankowski          7   B 5-10 205       Wisconsin  4  4 27  7 1937 Draft - 1st round
Smiley Johnson       64   G 5-10 200         Georgia  1  1 23 11
Paul Kell            41   T 6- 2 217      Notre Dame  2  2 25 11
Joe Laws             24   B 5- 9 186            Iowa  7  7 29  3
Bill Lee             40   T 6- 3 235         Alabama  4  6 28 11 FA - Brooklyn (1937)
Russ Letlow          46   G 6- 0 215   San Francisco  5  5 26 11 1936 Draft - 1st round
Lou Midler           27 T-G 6- 1 220       Minnesota  1  2 25  7 FA - Pittsburgh (1939)
Carl Mulleneaux      19   E 6- 4 205         Utah St  3  3 23 10
Baby Ray             44   T 6- 6 248      Vanderbilt  3  3 24 11
Ray Riddick           5   E 6- 0 225         Fordham  1  1 22 10
Charles Schultz      60   T 6- 3 230       Minnesota  2  2 23  2 1939 Draft - 20th round
George Seeman        68   E 6- 0 194        Nebraska  1  1 24  1 1940 Draft - 6th round
Champ Seibold        57   T 6- 4 246       Wisconsin  6  6 27  1
Fred Shirey          18   T 6- 2 220        Nebraska  1  1 24 10
1940 IN REVIEW
When the Chicago Bears crushed the Packers, 41-10, to open their season, Green Bay fans knew that when 1941 rolled around, their team would no longer be World Champions. The Packers were still a rugged team, but, unfortunately, not as rugged as George Halas' powerhouse. After losses to the Lions, the Bears again, and the Giants, head coach Curly Lambeau became convinced that his team needed a body-building course before they could overtake the Bears. But nothing was wrong with Don Hutson, as he bounced back from his knee injury to lead the NFL in scoring. The quick end found most of his passes coming from Cecil Isbell, with Arnie Herber getting less playing time at tailback. The same solid supporting cast filled the Green Bay line and backfield, with Clarke Hinkle and Russ Letlow shining especially bright to give the Packers a respectable but frustrating role as runner-up.
THE MILWAUKEE CHIEFS
(SOURCE: Wikipedia) In 1940 and 1941, Green Bay found itself in a competition for football attention in Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Chiefs of the AFL played its home games in
the Dairy Bowl. Originally formed as an expansion team for the minor league formerly known as the American Professional Football Association for the 1940 season, the
new team joined fellow AFL members Cincinnati Bengals and Columbus Bullies in becoming charter members of a new major-league AFL. In the two seasons of the league’s
existence, the Chiefs fielded a competitive team. In 1940, the team scored the most points and gave up the fewest over the course of the season, but lost to Columbus in the
final game to give the league title to the Bullies. The following year, the Chiefs and the Bullies were joined by the New York Americans in a three-way race for the championship,
with the Chiefs' continuing inability to defeat the Bullies (losing in Columbus and tying in Milwaukee) led to Columbus repeating as AFL champions and Milwaukee finishing
third. For the two years of the league’s existence, the Chiefs were a popular draw as they played in Wisconsin’s largest stadium. The AFL had accepted the 1941 entrance of
a new Detroit team and deferred it until 1942, but the Pearl Harbor attack and the subsequent U.S. entry into World War II put all plans for football to a halt. In September
1942, league president William B. Cox announced the suspension of league activities until after the war, but the league – and the Chiefs – never returned.
1940 AFL           W L T  Pct  PF  PA    1941 AFL           W L T  Pct  PF  PA
Columbus Bullies   8 1 1 .889 134  69    Columbus Bullies   5 1 2 .833 142  55
MILWAUKEE CHIEFS   7 2 0 .778 180  59    New York Americans 5 2 1 .714 116  73
Boston Bears       5 4 1 .556 120  79    MILWAUKEE CHIEFS   4 3 1 .571 105  84
New York Yankees   4 5 0 .444 138 138    Buffalo Tigers     2 6 0 .250  72 172
Buffalo Indians    2 8 0 .200  45 138    Cincinnati Bengals 1 5 2 .167  69 120
Cincinnati Bengals 1 7 0 .125  53 187
NAME                 NO POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
George Svendsen      66   C 6- 4 240       Minnesota  4  4 27  3
Pete Tinsley         21   G 5- 8 205         Georgia  3  3 27  7 1938 Draft - 9th round
Andy Uram            42   B 5-10 188       Minnesota  3  3 25 11 1938 Draft - 4th round
Hal Van Every        36   B 6- 0 195       Minnesota  1  1 22 10 1940 Draft - 1st round
Dick Weisberger      33   B 5-10 194     Williamette  3  3 25 10
Bobby Wood           29   T 6- 1 235         Alabama  1  1 24  2 FA - Chi Cards (1940)
Gus Zarnas           63   G 5-10 225      Ohio State  2  3 26  9 FA - Brooklyn (1939)
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age at Start of Season G - Games  Played
1940 PACKERS DRAFT (December 9, 1939)
RND SEL NAME               POS COLLEGE
1     9 Hal Van Every        B Minnesota
3    24 Lou Brock            B Purdue
5    39 Esco Sarkkinen       E Ohio State
6    49 Dick Cassiano        B Pittsburgh
7    59 Millard White        T Tulane
8    69 George Seeman        E Nebraska
9    79 J.R. Manley          G Oklahoma
10   89 Jack Brown           B Purdue
11   99 Don Guritz           G Northwestern
12  109 Phil Gaspar          B Southern California
13  119 Ambrose Schindler    B Southern California  
14  129 Bill Kerr            E Notre Dame 
15  139 Mel Brewer           G Illinois 
16  149 Ray Andrus           B Vanderbilt 
17  159 Archie Kodros        C Michigan 
18  169 Jimm Gillette        B Virginia 
19  179 Al Matuza            C Georgetown 
20  189 Jim Reeder           T Illinois 
21  194 Vince Eichler        B Cornell 
22  199 Henry Luebcke        T Iowa
BOLD ITALICS - Played for the Packers
Bears at Packers Program - 22 September
1940 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-0)
AUGUST (1-0)
29 College All-Stars at Chicago          W 45-28    1-0-0   84,567
SEPTEMBER (1-0)
2  M-WASHINGTON REDSKINS                 W 28-20    2-0-0   14,798
1940 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (6-4-1)
SEPTEMBER (2-1)
15 G-PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (0-0-0)         W 27-20    1-0-0   11,657
22 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-0-0)               L 10-41    1-1-0   22,557
29 M-CHICAGO CARDINALS (0-0-2)           W 31- 6    2-1-0   20,234
OCTOBER (2-1)
13 G-CLEVELAND RAMS (1-2-0)              W 31-14    3-1-0   16,299
(CHICAGO) - Now the college boys know only too well why the Packers and Don Hutson are the scourge of the NFL. The All Stars, 69 players seasoned by four years of college ball moved into Soldier Field, forewarned and presumably forearmed for the prowess of the mighty Packers' dazzling overhead attack. But their advance information was useless. The Packers put on one of the most sparkling exhibitions of passing in the history of football, pro or amateur. The victory gave the pros a three to two edge, two games being ties. The 84,567 spectators, a record-breaking crowd, were shocked in the first minutes to see the amateurs drive to a touchdown in the wild-scoring fray. Amby Schindler of USC set up the tally with an intercepted pass, and then scored on a six-yard dash inside right tackle. Nile Kinnick, Iowa's sensational star of 1939, dropkicked the point and the All Stars seemed to be off to a victory matching that of 1937 over the Packers. Then the Packers struck in the style characteristic of their pro campaigns which have brought them five national titles. Cecil Isbell, onetime Purdue star, lost 19 yards on an attempted pass, putting the Packers on their own 21. Hutson raced down the middle, took a perfect pass and footed the remaining 30 yards for the tying touchdown.
ALL-STARS -  7 14  0  7 - 28
GREEN BAY - 14 14  7 10 - 45
1st - COLL - Amby Schindler, 6-yard run (Nile Kinnick kick) ALL-STARS 7-0
1st - GB - Huston, 79-yard pass from Isbell (Kick good) TIED 7-7
1st - GB - Mulleneuax, 26-yard pass from Isbell (Kick good) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - COLL - Kenny Washington run (Kick good) TIED 14-14
2nd - GB - Uram, 46-yard pass from Herber (Kick good) GREEN BAY 21-14
2nd - GB - Hutson, 35-yard pass from Isbell (Kick good) GREEN BAY 28-14
2nd - COLL - Banks McFadden, 57-yard pass from Kinnick (Kick good) GB 28-21
3rd - GB - Hutson, 29-yard pass from Herber (Kick good) GREEN BAY 35-21
4th - COLL - Schindler run (Kick good) GREEN BAY 35-28
4th - GB - Engebretsen, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 38-28
4th - GB - Isbell run (Kick good) GREEN BAY 45-28
August 29: Green Bay (1-0) 45, College All-Stars 28
20 G-DETROIT LIONS (2-2-1)               L 14-23    3-2-0   21,001
27 M-PITTSBURGH STEELERS (1-4-2)         W 24- 3    4-2-0   13,703
NOVEMBER (2-2)
3  at Chicago Bears (5-1-0)              L  7-14    4-3-0   45,434
10 at Chicago Cardinals (2-4-2)          W 28- 7    5-3-0   11,364
17 at New York Giants (4-3-1)            L  3- 7    5-4-0   28,262
24 at Detroit Lions (5-4-1)              W 50- 7    6-4-0   26,019
DECEMBER (0-0-1)
1  at Cleveland Rams (4-6-0)             T 13-13    6-4-1   16,249
G - GREEN BAY M - MILWAUKEE
September 2: Green Bay (2-0) 28, Washington 20
Iowa's Nile Kinnick carries with Indiana's James Logan (71) leading the way
For more information on the 1940 College All-Star game, including video, click here
(MILWAUKEE) - The Green Bay Packers, judging from their performance in whipping Washington, 28-20, in an exhibition game here yesterday, have what it takes again. Before a crowd of 15,000, the Packers put on a brilliant display of forward passing and a ground attack that ran up four touchdowns and as many extra points in the second and third periods. Coach E. L. (Curly) Lambeau of Green Bay used 42 men and most 
of them looked good. It was the veterans who scored but recruits had a prominent part in setting the stage. 
WASHINGTON - 0 14 0 6 - 20
GREEN BAY - 0 14 14 0 - 28
2nd - WASH - Dick Todd, 8-yard run (Bo Russell kick) WASHINGTON 7-0
2nd - GB - Laws, 23-yard pass from Jimmy Lawrence (Smith kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - WASH - Bob Masterson, 12-yard pass from Roy Zimmerman (Masterson kick) WASH 14-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 23-yard pass from Herber (Smith kick) TIED 14-14
3rd - GB - Hinkle, 36-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-14
3rd - GB - Uram run (Smith kick) GREEN BAY 28-14
4th - WASH - Todd, 12-yard pass from Frank Filchock (Kick blocked) GREEN BAY 28-20
September 15: Green Bay (1-0) 27, Philadelphia (0-1) 20
(GREEN BAY) - The world champion Packers scored three touchdowns in the first quarter but needed two 45-yard field goals by Clark Hinkle in the third quarter to clinch the game. Davey O'Brien, the Eagles one-man backfield, played the full 60 minutes and gave the fans their money's worth He threw 40 passes and completed 18 for a total of 225 yards and two touchdowns.
PHILADELPHIA -  0  6  0 14 - 20
GREEN BAY    - 21  0  6  0 - 27
1st - GB - Isbell, 39-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Mulleneaux, 6-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
1st - GB - Mulleneaux pass from Isbell (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
2nd - PHIL - Dick Riffle, 8-yard pass from Davey O'Brien (Kick failed) GB 21-6
3rd - GB - Hinkle, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-6
3rd - GB - Hinkle, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 27-6
4th - PHIL - Don Looney, 31-yard interception return (John Cole kick) GREEN BAY 27-13
4th - PHIL - Looney pass from O'Brien (Cole kick) GREEN BAY 27-20 
September 22: Chicago Bears (1-0) 41, Green Bay (1-1) 10
(GREEN BAY) - Chicago gave a convincing demonstration of their power as they scored in every quarter to rout Green Bay before an all-time record crowd of 23,557 at City Stadium. It was the first league game of the season for the Bears, who tore holes in the Packer line with their famed power offense to score almost at will. Chicago capitalized on nine Packer turnovers. Green Bay outgained the Bears, 333-290, and had more first downs, 19-5, but their inability to hold on the pigskin doomed them.
CHI BEARS -  7  7 14 13 - 41
GREEN BAY -  3  0  7  0 - 10
1st - GB - Engebretsen, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - CHI - George McAfee, 93-yard kickoff return (Dick Plasman kick) BEARS 7-3
2nd - CHI - Bill Osmanski, 1-yard run (Jack Manders kick) CHICAGO BEARS 14-3
3rd - CHI - Ray Nolting, 97-yard kickoff return (Bob Snyder kick) BEARS 21-3
3rd - GB - Hutson, 35-yard pass from Herber (Hutson kick) BEARS 21-10
3rd - CHI - Ken Kavanaugh, 8-yd pass from McAfee (Lee Artoe kick) BEARS 28-10
4th - CHI - McAfee, 9-yard run (Kick blocked) CHICAGO BEARS 34-10
4th - CHI - Kavanaugh, 39-yard pass from Snyder (Manders kick) BEARS 41-10
September 29: Green Bay (2-1) 31, Chicago Cardinals (0-1-2) 6
(MILWAUKEE) - Green Bay, smacked around unmercifully a week ago by the Chicago Bears, got back to their winning stride with a decisive 31-6 victory over the Chicago Cardinals. Cecil Isbell scored twice, once on a 39-yard run, and tossed a touchdown pass to Don Hutson. Joe Laws scored the other touchdown and Clark Hinkle booted a field goal. The Cards tallied in the second quarter after a pass interception. The win enabled the Packers to regain first place in the Western Division.
CHI CARDS -  0  6  0  0 -  6
GREEN BAY - 17  0 14  0 - 31
1st - GB - Isbell, 1-yard run (Huston kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Hinkle, 31-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
1st - GB - Hutson, 35-yard pass from Isbell (Hinkle kick) GREEN BAY 17-0
2nd - CHI - Marty Christiansen, 1-yard run (Kick blocked) GREEN BAY 17-6
3rd - GB - Isbell, 39-yard run (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 24-6
3rd - GB - Laws, 9-yard pass from Van Every (Hinkle kick) GREEN BAY 31-6
October 13: Green Bay (3-1) 31, Cleveland (1-3) 14
(GREEN BAY) - Green Bay broke out with a flashing display of aerial strength to humble the Cleveland Rams. Every touchdown for both teams was scored by passes. Cecil Isbell threw three of the four touchdown passes, two of them to Carl Mulleneaux, who recorded the only 100-yard receiving day of his career. Isbell and Arnie Herber combined for 327 yards passing, with no interceptions.
CLEVELAND -  0  7  0  7 - 14
GREEN BAY -  3 14  7  7 - 31
1st - GB - Hinkle, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 19-yard pass from Isbell (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - GB - Mulleneaux, 47-yard pass from Isbell (Engebretsen kick) GB 17-0
2nd - CLE - Hank Rockwell, 5-yard lateral from Gaylon Smith after a 49-yard pass
 from Ken Heineman (Heineman kick) GREEN BAY 17-7
3rd - GB - Uram pass from Herber (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-7
4th - CLE - Vic Spadaccini, 5-yard pass from Smith (Spadaccini kick) GREEN BAY 24-14
4th - GB - Mulleneaux, 19-yard pass from Isbell (Hinkle kick) GREEN BAY 31-14
October 20: Detroit (3-2-1) 23, Green Bay (3-2) 14
(GREEN BAY) - The Detroit Lions rallied in the second half, with 16 unanswered points, to whip the Packers. The defeat put the defending champion Packers into a second place tie with Detroit, as the Chicago Bears beat Brooklyn and kept the top position. The Packers took the lead when Cecil Isbell fired a pass from the Lions' 28-yard line to Carl Mulleneaux. Whizzer White figured in one of the Lions' longest gains—a 74-yard forward pass play to Chuck Hanneman, who was downed on the Green Bay three-yard line. Three plays later, Howie Weiss smashed over for the touchdown, and the rally was on.
DETROIT   -  0  7 10  6 - 23
GREEN BAY -  0  7  7  0 - 14
2nd - GB - Mulleneaux, 28-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - DET - Cotton Price, 1-yard run (Chuck Hanneman kick) TIED 7-7
3rd - GB - Adkins, 55-yard pass from Herber (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
3rd - DET - Howie Weiss run (Hanneman kick) TIED 14-14
3rd - DET - Hanneman, 22-yard field goal DETROIT 17-14
4th - DET - Alex Wojciechowicz, 12-yard interception return (Kick failed) DETROIT 23-14
October 27: Green Bay (4-2) 24, Pittsburgh (1-5-2) 3
(MILWAUKEE) - Green Bay, after hurdling the threat offered by a fighting but outclassed Pittsburgh Steeler team turned their thoughts to their all-important game at Chicago the following Sunday. The victory enabled the Packers to stay on the heels of the Bears in the Western Division. Pittsburgh was very much in the ball game against the Packers for three quarters. But they tired in the fourth and the Packers, who had threatened constantly in the third, pushed over two touchdowns to sew up the game.
PITTSBURGH -  3  0  0  0 -  3
GREEN BAY  -  7  3  0 14 - 24
1st - GB - Adkins, 35-yard interception return (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - PITT - Armand Niccolai, 36-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - Hinkle, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-3
4th - GB - Balazs, 2-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-3
4th - GB - Hutson, 19-pass from Van Every (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 24-3
November 3: Chicago Bears (6-1) 14, Green Bay (4-3) 7
(CHICAGO) - Before the largest crowd in Chicago history - 45,434 - the Packer offense bogged down in their biggest game of the season. The Bears scored early in the first quarter after marching from their 45 yard line. Green Bay tied it up in the second quarter after Larry Buhler intercepted Sid Luckman's pass and returned it 32 yards to the Bear 11. Arnie Herber then shot a pass to Don Hutson in the end zone. Chicago came right back to score as Ray McLean returned the kickoff 55 yards to the Green Bay 41-yard line. Gary Famiglietti smashed over for the second Chicago touchdown. Practically the entire last period was played in Bear territory and the faithful sat breathless as Green Bay advanced on three separate drives to the six. eighteen and eight. All failed to produce, however. The Packers tried 31 passes, but completed only 13 for a total of 156 yards. Hutson nabbed seven of the completions.
GREEN BAY -  0  7  0  0 -  7
CHI BEARS -  7  7  0  0 - 14
1st - CHI - Joe Maniaci, 3-yard run (Jack Manders kick) CHICAGO BEARS 7-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 5-yard pass from Herber (Engebretsen kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - CHI - Gary Famiglietti, 7-yard run (Manders kick) CHICAGO BEARS 14-7
November 10: Green Bay (5-3) 24, Chicago Cardinals (2-5-2) 7
(CHICAGO) - Green Bay overwhelmed the Chicago Cardinals to hold on to their slim chance of retaining the NFL title. More than 11,000 chilled fans saw the game. Paced by Clark Hinkle's three touchdowns, the Packers scored touchdowns in the first and second quarters and added two more in the fourth stanza. The win left Green Bay one game behind the Chicago Bears, who lost a close game at Detroit.
GREEN BAY -  7  7  0 14 - 28
CHI CARDS -  0  7  0  0 -  7
1st - GB - Hinkle, 12-yard pass from Herber (Engebretsen kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - CHI - Hugh McCullough, 1-yard run (Lou Zontini kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - Hinkle, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-7 
4th - GB - Mulleneaux, 6-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
4th - GB - Hinkle, 9-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-7
November 17: New York (5-3-1) 7, Green Bay (5-4) 3
(NEW YORK) - Already dim, the Packers' hopes for another NFL title were made nearly obsolete with a loss to the Giants. Almost before the 28,262 fans had reached their seats, the Giants' capitalized on Larry Buhler's fumble of the opening kickoff. Leland Shafer grabbed Buhler's bobble on the Packer's 6-yard line, and on third down Len Barnum passed to Shaffer in the end zone. Barnum then added the extra point. With five minutes to go, Clark Hinkle kicked a 31-yard field goal for the Packers' only points. Green Bay pushed the Giants all over the field—until they reached the shadows of the goal posts. The Packers amassed 16 first downs to five, gained 132 yards rushing to New York's 95, and 95 yards passing to the Giants' 25.
GREEN BAY -  0  0  0  3 -  3
NEW YORK  -  7  0  0  0 -  7
1st - NY - Leland Shaffer, 8-yard pass from Len Barnum (Barnum kick) NY 7-0
4th - GB - Hinkle, 31-yard field goal NEW YORK 7-3

PACKERS BECOME FIRST NFL TEAM TO FLY TO A GAME
The Packers in 1940 became the first NFL team to fly to a road game. Fearing an air disaster would wipe out the entire team, the NFL forced the Packers to split the squad, and fly on two DC-3's. In those days, many fans turned out to see the humongous plane, more than the team. Players also took out life insurance policies. Al Carmichael and Howie Ferguson, for instance, each took out $50,000 policies, making each other the beneficiary. Players dined on food such as overtone cocktail grilled sirloin. 
November 24: Green Bay (6-4) 50, Detroit (5-5-1) 7
(DETROIT) - Avenging an earlier defeat at the hands of Detroit, the Packers piled up their largest score ever to date in the NFL. They tallied two TDs in the first period, two more in the second, added a field goal in the third, and three more TDs in the last quarter. Halfway through the opening stanza, Lou Brock intercepted one of Whizzer White's aerials and raced 73 yards to the one yard stripe. Cecil Isbell plunged over for the first TD. Don Hutson clicked for his 18th straight extra point. A few minutes later, Isbell tossed a pass to Don Hutson in the end zone for the second TD after a 53 yard march to the Detroit eight yard line. Carl Mulleneaux picked up a Detroit fumble on the 20 yard line and crossed the goal line unmolested for TD No. 3 Eddie Jankowski ran 14 yards around left end for another TD later in the second period. The Packers couldn't score a TD in the third stanza, but Clark Hinkle booted an 18-yard field goal. Twenty more points were added in the last quarter. Andy Uram ripped through the Lion line for 14 yards and a TD. Jankowski scored his second TD of the game. Just before the end, Harold Van Every threw a TD pass to Andy Uram.
GREEN BAY - 13 14  3 20 - 50
DETROIT   -  0  0  0  7 -  7
1st - GB - Isbell, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Huston, 8-yard pass from Isbell (Kick blocked) GREEN BAY 13-0
2nd - GB - Mullenueax, 20-yard fumble return (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 20-0
2nd - GB - Jankowski, 14-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 27-0
3rd - GB - Hinkle, 18-yard field goal GREEN BAY 30-0
4th - GB - Uram, 14-yard run (Adkins kick) GREEN BAY 37-0
4th - GB - Jankowski, 3-yard run (Kick failed) GREEN BAY 43-0
4th - DET - Jack Johnson, 48-yard pass from Cotton Price (Price kick) GB 43-7
4th - GB - Uram, 12-yard pass from Van Every (Uram kick) GREEN BAY 50-7
December 1: Green Bay (6-4-1) 13, Cleveland (4-6-1) 13 (T)
(CLEVELAND) - A ten point spurt in the final minutes erased the Rams' 13-3 lead, and the Packers ended the season with a disappointing 13-13 tie. Don Hutson. won the individual scoring title of the league with a touchdown and an extra point late in the fourth quarter.Johnny Drake, Cleveland fullback, finished one point behind Hutson in the race.
GREEN BAY -  3  0  0 10 - 13
CLEVELAND -  0  7  6  0 - 13
1st - GB - Hinkle, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - CLE - Johnny Drake, 5-yard run (Vic Spadaccini kick) CLEVELAND 7-3
3rd - CLE - Olie Cordill, 6-yard pass from Parker Hall (Kick failed) CLEVE 13-3
4th - GB - Hutson, 11-yard pass from Van Every (Hutson kick) CLEVELAND 13-10
4th - GB - Hinkle, 26-yard field goal TIED 13-13