NAME                 NO POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Paul Berezney        47   T 6- 2 220         Fordham  1  1 26 11
Charley Brock        29   C 6- 1 209        Nebraska  4  4 26 11 1939 Draft - 3rd round
Lou Brock            16  HB 6- 0 192          Purdue  3  3 24 11 1940 Draft - 3rd round
Tony Canadeo          3  HB 6- 0 195         Gonzaga  2  2 23 11 1941 Draft - 7th round
Joe Carter           58   E 6- 1 200             SMU  1  9 30 11 FA - Phil (1940)
Larry Craig          54   E 6- 0 205     S. Carolina  4  4 26 11 1939 Draft - 6th round
Tiny Croft           75   T 6- 4 300           Ripon  1  1 21  8
Bob Flowers          35   C 6- 1 205      Texas Tech  1  1 25  
Ted Fritsch          64  FB 5-10 205   Stevens Point  1  1 21 11
Buckets Goldenberg   43   G 5-10 220       Wisconsin 10 10 30 11
Harold Hinte         15   E 6- 1 195      Pittsburgh  1  1 22  1
Don Hutson           14   E 6- 1 178         Alabama  8  8 29 11
Bob Ingalls          53   C 6- 3 200        Michigan  1  1 23 11 1942 Draft - 18th round
Cecil Isbell         17  HB 6- 1 190          Purdue  5  5 27 11 1938 Draft - 1st round
Harry Jacunski       48   E 6- 2 202         Fordham  4  4 26  6
Bob Kahler            8   T 6- 3 200        Nebraska  1  1 25  7
Royal Kahler         72   T 6- 3 225        Nebraska  1  2 24  9 FA - Pittsburgh (1941)
William Kuusisto     45   G 6- 0 225       Minnesota  2  2 24
Joe Laws             24  HB 5- 9 182            Iowa  9  9 31 10
Bill Lee             40   T 6- 3 240         Alabama  6  8 30  1 FA - Brooklyn (1937)
Russ Letlow          46   G 6- 0 220   San Francisco  7  7 28  5 1936 Draft - 1st round
Joel Mason            7   E 6- 0 198     W. Michigan  1  2 29 11 FA - Cards (1939)
Earl Ohlgren         23   E 6- 0 198       Minnesota  1  1 24 
Ernie Pannell        22   T 6- 3 220       Texas A&M  2  2 25  5 1941 Draft - 16th round
Keith Ranspot        27   E 6- 0 190             SMU  1  2 27  5 FA - Detroit (1942)
Baby Ray             44   T 6- 6 245      Vanderbilt  5  5 26 11
Ray Riddick           5   E 6- 0 220         Fordham  3  3 24  3
Chuck Sample         38  FB 5- 9 202          Toledo  1  1 22  9
Ben Starret          63   B 5-11 210 St. Mary's (CA)  1  2 24  5 FA - Pittsburgh (1941)
John Stonebreaker    51   E 6- 3 200             USC  1  1 24  9
Pete Tinsley         21   G 5- 8 200         Georgia  5  5 29 11 1938 Draft - 9th round
NAME                 NO POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Andy Uram            42  HB 5-10 188       Minnesota  5  5 27 11 1938 Draft - 4th round
Fred Vant Hull       18 T/G 6- 0 213       Minnesota  1  1 22 10
Dick Weisgerber      33  HB 5-10 198     Williamette  4  4 27  5
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
1942 PACKERS DRAFT (December 22, 1941)
RND SEL NAME               POS COLLEGE
1     9 Urban Odson          T Minnesota
2       Did not draft
3    24 Ray Frankowski       G Washington
4       Did not draft                               
5    39 Bill Green           B Iowa
6    49 Joe Krivonak         G South Carolina
7    59 Preston Johnston     B Southern Methodist
8    69 Joe Rogers           E Michigan
9    79 Noah Langdale        T Alabama
10   89 Gene Flick           C Minnesota
11   99 Tom Farris           B Wisconsin
12  109 Jimmy Richardson     B Marquette
13  119 Bruce Smith          B Minnesota
14  129 Bill Applegate       G South Carolina 
15  139 Jim Trimble          T Indiana  
16  149 Tom Kinkade          B Ohio State
17  159 Fred Preston         E Nebraska
18  169 Bob Ingalls          C Michigan 
19  179 George Benson        B Northwestern 
20  189 Horace (Deacon) YoungB Southern Methodist 
21  194 Henry Woronicz       E Boston College 
22  199 Woody Adams          T Texas Christian 
BOLD ITALICS - Played for the Packers
Don Hutson - 22 October
Packers at Dodgers Program - 29 August
1942 IN REVIEW
Don Hutson caught lightning in a bottle this season, in addition to a lot of passes. With the Packers' offense stressing the air game, Hutson set a new NFL single-season record for receptions, yards gained on receptions, touchdown passes caught, and points scored. QB Cecil Isbell set a few records himself, in yards gained passing and touchdown passes. No one in the NFL had yet learned how to cover the crafty Hutson, and Isbell rarely missed the receiver in the open. Hutson also kicked extra points for Green Bay, building up a record 138 points that went unmatched until future Packer Paul Hornung passed him in 1960. Even with this premier combination, however, the Packers were only the second-best team in the league. They lost twice all year, but unfortunately did so at the hands of the unbeaten Chicago Bears. No excuses could be offered, as even with Clarke Hinkle in the Coast Guard, youngsters Ted Fritsch, Charlie Sample and Tony Canadeo picked up the slack.
THE FALLEN OF WORLD WAR TWO: SMILEY JOHNSON
World War II claimed the lives of 23 NFL men – 21 active or former players, an ex-head coach and a team executive. Few remember Howard W. “Smiley” Johnson’s exploits on the football field. But his name holds a special place of honor at two of the nation’s most storied football programs. Johnson was a star fullback and guard at the University of Georgia from 1937 to 1939. He then spent two seasons as a guard for the Green Bay Packers before joining the Marine Corps soon after the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Johnson set no records on the football field, but his name appears on the War Memorial at the University of Georgia campus and in the Packers Hall of Fame at Lambeau Field. He’s the only player in the history of the Packers who has been killed in combat. His Green Bay memorial was not created until 2006, at the urging of former Packers general manager Ron Wolf.  Johnson is one of three former NFLers killed in the battle for Iwo Jima in 1945. He was posthumously awarded a Gold Star for his actions on Iwo Jima. In fact, his concern for the welfare of his own men may have contributed to his death. After getting hit by a shell, Johnson directed a corpsman to help others who had also been hit. He died of his wounds while those others were being aided. According to a report on PackersNews.com, the 28-year-old Johnson left behind a wife and a 1-year-old daughter. His wife Marie’s struggles to raise a child without a father were chronicled in the book “Roads and Crossroads.” A year earlier, Johnson earned a Silver Star for “conspicuous gallantry” during the battle for Saipan.  Johnson’s memory is honored each year as the outstanding lineman in the Peach Bowl is presented with the Smiley Johnson Award. (SOURCE: Coldhardfootballfacts.com)
1942 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-1)
AUGUST (1-0)
29 at Brooklyn Dodgers                   W 21-16    1-0-0    9,874
SEPTEMBER
7  Washington Redskins at Baltimore      L  7-28    1-1-0   55,000
13 M-WESTERN ARMY ALL-STARS              W 36-21    2-1-0   20,000
1942 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (8-2-1)
SEPTEMBER (0-1)
27 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-0-0)               L 28-44    0-1-0   20,007
OCTOBER (4-0)
4  at Chicago Cardinals (2-0-0)          W 17-13    1-1-0   24,897
11 M-DETROIT LIONS (0-3-0)               W 38- 7    2-1-0   19,500
(BROOKLYN) - On the strength of Cecil Isbell's deadly passing, the Green Bay Packers kept intact yesterday their record of never having been beaten by the Brooklyn Dodgers, winning 21-16 in an exhibition game. Isbell completed 19 of 30 passes for 272 yards as the Packers struck from behind with their devastating aerial attack before a paid crowd of 9,874 and 1,209 service men. Passes accounted for two Packer touchdowns, one going to Andy Uram and the other to Don Hutson. Isbell dashed around end for the third. Hutson accounted for all the extra points for placement.
GREEN BAY -  0  7  7  7 - 21
BROOKLYN  -  3  7  6  0 - 16
1st - BRO - Merlyn Condit, 37-yard field goal BROOKLYN 3-0
2nd - BRO - Pug Manders run (Kinard kick) BROOKLYN 10-0
2nd - GB - Uram run (Hutson kick) BROOKLYN 10-7
3rd - BRO - Manders run (Kick failed) BROOKLYN 16-7
3rd - GB - Isbell, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) BROOKLYN 16-14
4th - GB - Hutson pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-16
August 29: Green Bay (1-0) 21, Brooklyn (0-1) 16
18 G-CLEVELAND RAMS (2-3-0)              W 45-28    3-1-0   12,847
25 at Detroit Lions (0-5-0)              W 28- 7    4-1-0   19,097
NOVEMBER (3-1-1)
1  G-CHICAGO CARDINALS (3-3-0)           W 55-24    5-1-0   14,782
8  at Cleveland Rams (4-4-0)             W 30-12    6-1-0   16,473
15 at Chicago Bears (7-0-0)              L  7-38    6-2-0   42,787
22 at New York Giants (3-5-0)            T 21-21    6-2-1   30,246
29 at Philadelphia Eagles (2-8-0)        W  7- 0    7-2-1   13,700
DECEMBER (1-0)
6  M-PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-3-0)         W 24-21    8-2-1    5,138
G - GREEN BAY M - MILWAUKEE
September 7: Washington 28, Green Bay (1-1) 7
(BALTIMORE) - Washington power in the final quarter broke up what had been a brilliant aerial duel between the Redskins' Sammy Baugh and Cecil Isbell of the Packers, and the Redskins took a 28-7 decision last night before an estimated crowd of 55,000. Halfway through the opening period, Dick Todd set off the spark that led to the first Washington touchdown drive, returning a punt 15 yards to his 35. From there the Skins marched 16 yards in 11 plays, Baugh tossing a flat pass to Todd from the 11, and Dick ran 5 yards to score. Washington piled up 286 yards, 144 through the air, against 131 net for the Packers, who got 128 by passes. Washington had 15 first downs, Green Bay nine. It was the first big-time national professional league football game for Baltimore and 10,000 servicemen were guests. Earl Ohlgren, former Minnesota and now Packer end, was apparently seriously injured in the fourth period. He was taken to Union Memorial hospital, where attaches said the extent of his injuries had not been determined.
GREEN BAY  -  0  0  7  0 -  7
WASHINGTON -  7  0  0 21 - 28
1st - WASH - Dick Todd, 5-yard run (Bob Masterson kick) WASHINGTON 7-0
3rd - GB - Hutson pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) TIED 7-7
4th - WASH - Ed Justice, 27-yd pass fr Sammy Baugh (Masterson kick) WASHINGTON 14-7
4th - WASH - Justice, 12-yd pass from Baugh (Masterson kick) WASHINGTON 21-7
4th - WASH - Al Krueger, 34-yard pass from Dick Poillon (Poillon kick) WASHINGTON 28-7
September 13: Green Bay (2-1) 36, Western Army All-Stars 21
(MILWAUKEE) - Checked three times in the opening half, the Packers smashed through and over the Western Army All-Stars in the last two periods to mark up a victory over Maj. Wallace Wade's hand-picked squad. The game, one of a series of army relief fund contests between the All-Stars and the NFL, attracted about 20,000 spectators to Marquette Stadium and netted approximately $40,000 for the fund. Cecil Isbell and Don Hutson, the bane of pro league teams for many seasons, spelled the difference for the Packers, but it remained for large John Kimbrough, the former Texas Aggies' All-America fullback, to turn in the game's most spectacular play. With the army trailing 9 to 7 early in the third period, Kimbrough took the kickoff, fumbled momentarily, and then set off on an electrifying 95-yard jaunt for a touchdown through the Packer team. The Packers had four scoring opportunities in the half, but cashed in only once after Isbell connected on five successive passes, one of them a 37-yard toss to Hutson. Andy Uram snared the scoring pass and the half ended, 7- 6. Green Bay gained a total of 469 yards to Army's 223, making 25 first downs to Army's 5. The Packers gained 263 yards on 18 forward passes out of 37 attempted. Army completed three out of nine for a total of 74 yards. Green Bay recovered all of Army's five fumbles.
ALL-STARS -  7  0  7  7 - 21
GREEN BAY -  0  6 23  7 - 36
1st - ALL - Jim Nelson run (Bill Dawson kick) ALL-STARS 7-0
2nd - GB - Uram pass from Isbell (Kick failed) ALL-STARS 7-6
3rd - GB - Fritsch, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-7
3rd - ALL - John Kimbrough, 95-yd kickoff return (Dawson kick) ALL-STARS 14-9
3rd - GB - Hutson pass from Isbell (Kick failed) GREEN BAY 15-14
3rd - GB - Fritsch pass from Canadeo (Kick good) GREEN BAY 22-14
3rd - GB - Fritsch, 32-yard interception return (Kick good) GREEN BAY 29-14
4th - ALL - Kimbrough run (Dawson kick) GREEN BAY 29-21
4th - GB - Uram pass from Isbell (Kick good) GREEN BAY 36-21
GREEN BAY PACKERS vs. NEW YORK GIANTS in New York. Year - November 22nd, 1942 Hall of Famer Receiver DON HUTSON catches a Touchdown from QB Cecil Isbell against the Giants. Hutson was in the midst of a monster year, revolutionizing the position of WR in the NFL. In 11 games in 1942 he caught 74 passes for 1211 Yards and 17 TD's. In this game against the Giants alone, he caught 14 passes for 134 Yards and 2 TD's. Vintage 1942 Press or Wire Photograph
Green Bay Packers’ wide receiver Don Hutson is seen here being presented with the award for being selected as the Most Valuable Player following the 1942 National Football League season. The NFL awarded the Joe F. Carr Trophy (named after the league president, 1921-1939) to the league's MVP from 1938 to 1946. Hutson later was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the charter Class of 1963. He also won the Joe F. Carr trophy as NFL MVP in 1941.
(SOURCE: Packerville,blogspot.com)

Pictured below: The Packers and Steelers in action in the season finale
September 27: Chicago Bears (1-0) 44, Green Bay (0-1) 28
(GREEN BAY) - Trailing by a point with six minutes to play, the Chicago Bears rallied to score 17 points and smother Green Bay Packers. The victory was costly for the Bears, as Bill Osmanski, suffered a dislocation of the knee. The Packers held their own for three periods, due chiefly to the passing battery of Cecil Isbell and Don Hutson. Ray Nolting's scamper through the left side of the line gave the Bears an early lead, but the Packers bounced back and knotted the score on the first play of the second quarter after a 70-yard drive paced by seven Isbell passes. Lou Brock pounded over for the score. A 96-yard Chicago drive was ended by a fumble, but an Isbell pass from behind the goal line was intercepted by George Wilson, who scampered over for a touchdown. The Packers took the lead minutes later on a pass from Isbell to Hutson and Tony Canadeo went over from the one-yard line a minute before the half ended for another Bay touchdown. Two pass interceptions set up the next Bear touchdowns. Hutson made another of his copyrighted catches a few minutes later and scored putting Green Bay on top, 28-27. The teams battled furiously for nine minutes of the final period, but a Packer fumble gave the Bears the ball and Maznicki kicked a field goal from the 17 yard line. Nolting grabbed another Packer fumble seconds later and raced 35 yards for a score. Gary Famiglietti counted the final touchdown on a five yard plunge.
CHI BEARS -  7  6 14 17 - 44
GREEN BAY -  0 21  7  0 - 28
1st - CHI - Ray Nolting, 38-yard run (Joe Stydahar kick) CHICAGO BEARS 7-0
2nd - GB - Brock, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - CHI - George Wilson, 2-yard interception return (Kick blocked) BEARS 13-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 40-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-13
2nd - GB - Canadeo, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-13
3rd - CHI - Gary Famiglietti, 4-yard run (Frank Maznicki kick) GREEN BAY 21-20
3rd - CHI - Famiglietti, 2-yard run (Maznicki kick) CHICAGO BEARS 27-20
3rd - GB - Hutson, 25-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-27
4th - CHI - Maznicki, 17-yard field goal CHICAGO BEARS 30-28
4th - CHI - Nolting, 35-yard fumble return (Lee Artoe kick) BEARS 37-28
4th - CHI - Famiglietti, 5-yard run (Artoe kick) CHICAGO BEARS 44-28
October 4: Green Bay (1-1) 17, Chicago Cardinals (2-1) 13
(CHICAGO) - Charlie Brock was the hero of the night when he scampered 20 yards for a touchdown after recovering a Cardinal fumble midway in the final period with the Packers trailing, 13-10. Bob Morrow, Cardinal fullback, was the ball carrier at the time, and Brock literally took the pigskin out of his hands to score the payoff touchdown unmolested. Both teams thought the ball had been ruled dead. Brock later recovered a second fumble to seal the win. A fumble by Marshall Goldberg on the Packer 35 late in the third period paved the way for the other Packer touchdown. With Lou Brock doing the heavy work, Green Bay moved to the Cardinal five, from where Cecil Isbell passed to Don Hutson for the score. It was the 14th consecutive league game in which Isbell passed for a touchdown.
GREEN BAY -  3  0  0 14 - 17
CHI CARDS -  7  6  0  0 - 13
1st - GB - Fritsch, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - CHI - Steve Lach, 35-yd pass from Bud Schwenk (Bill Daddio kick) CARDS 7-3
2nd - CHI - Daddio, 32-yard field goal CHICAGO CARDINALS 10-3
2nd - CHI - Daddio, 38-yard field goal CHICAGO CARDINALS 13-3
4th - GB - Hutson, 5-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) CARDINALS 13-10
4th - GB - C. Brock, 20-yard fumble return (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-13
October 11: Green Bay (2-1) 38, Detroit (0-4) 7
(MILWAUKEE) - Striking through the air and on the ground to score in every period, Green Bay smothered Detroit. Except for a short time in the first period when the Packer reserves were used almost exclusively, Green Bay had the better of the game in every department. Detroit marched the length of the field to score in that period. The Packers used their aerial attack to score four touchdowns, and added the fifth with a smashing ground offensive. 
DETROIT   -  7  0  0  0 -  7
GREEN BAY - 10 14  7  7 - 38
1st - GB - Fritsch, 26-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - DET - Elmer Hackney, 9-yard run (Augie Lio kick) DETROIT 7-3
1st - GB - Uram, 6-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 20-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 69-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-7
3rd - GB - Sample, 2-yard run (Weisgerber kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
4th - GB - Ranspot, 25-yard pass from Canadeo (L. Brock kick) GREEN BAY 38-7
October 18: Green Bay (3-1) 45, Cleveland (2-4) 28
(GREEN BAY) - The Packers, thought by many to be the only team with a chance of breaking up the Bears dynasty, racked up a season-high 541 yards in defeating Cleveland 45-28, the combined score being the highest total in NFL regular-season history up to that point. Chicago had tallied 73 all by itself in blasting Washington in the 1940 title game. Cecil Isbell completed 23 of 33 passes for 277 yards, while Don Hutson reeled in 13 passes for 203 yards. Their most memorable pass, though, set another NFL record. It seems the football was only four inches from the goal line. The pigskin was snapped to Isbell and the two lines jammed up in the middle. But Hutson wasn't in the pile. He stood all alone in the end zone, where Isbell shot him the ball.
CLEVELAND -  0 21  0  7 - 28
GREEN BAY - 10  7 14 14 - 45
1st - GB - Fritsch, 24-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - GB - Hutson, 26-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - CLE - Dante Magnani, 67-yd pass from Jack Jacobs (Boyd Clay kick) GB 10-7
2nd - CLE - Magnani, 52-yard run (Clay kick) CLEVELAND 14-10
2nd - GB - Sample, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
2nd - CLE - Bill Lazetich, 4-yard run (Chet Adams kick) CLEVELAND 21-17
3rd - GB - Isbell, 10-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-21
3rd - GB - Canadeo, 50-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 31-21
4th - GB - Hutson, 1-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 38-21
4th - GB - Laws, 28-yard pass from Canadeo (L. Brock kick) GREEN BAY 45-21
4th - CLE - Gaylon Smith, 2-yard run (Adams kick) GREEN BAY 45-28
October 25: Green Bay (4-1) 28, Detroit (0-6) 7
(DETROIT) - The Lions suffered their sixth straight setback as the Packers rumbled to a 28-7 decision. Andy Uram's 98-yard kickoff return sealed the win as Cecil Isbell extended to 17 games his string of TD passes.
GREEN BAY -  7  7  7  7 - 28
DETROIT   -  0  0  0  7 -  7
1st - GB - Carter, 10-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Sample, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
3rd - GB - L. Brock, 10-yard run (Weisgerber kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
4th - DET - Frank Grigonis, 6-yard run (Augie Lio kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
4th - GB - Uram, 98-yard kickoff return (Fritsch kick) GREEN BAY 28-7
November 1: Green Bay (5-1) 55, Chicago Cardinals (3-4) 24
(GREEN BAY) - Cecil Isbell tossed five touchdown passes as the Packers crushed the Chicago Cardinals in a game where five records were set. 
1 - Isbell completed 10 of 21 passes for 333 yards, surpassing Davey O'Brien's gain of 316 in 1940. 
2 - Green Bay picked up 427 yards through the air, topping the Chicago Bears' mark of 376 set in 1941 against the Cardinals.
3 - The scoring total, 79, was the highest in National Football League history.
4 - Don Hutson kicked six extra points, breaking the old record of five in a single game held by three different players.
5 - The game's 11 touchdowns eclipsed the 1934 mark of 10 made in a Philadelphia-Cincinnati game.
CHI CARDS - 10  7  0  7 - 24
GREEN BAY -  7 14 13 21 - 55
1st - GB - Sample, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - CHI - Marshall Goldberg, 95-yard kickoff return (Bill Daddio kick) TIED 7-7
1st - CHI - Daddio, 19-yard field goal CHICAGO CARDINALS 10-7
2nd - CHI - Lloyd Cheatham, 7-yd pass fr Bud Schwenk (Daddio kick) CARDS 17-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 40-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) CARDINALS 17-14
2nd - GB - Hutson, 73-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-17
3rd - GB - Uram, 64-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-17
3rd - GB - Ingalls, 23-yard interception return (Kick failed) GREEN BAY 34-17
4th - GB - Hutson, 65-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 41-17
4th - GB - Uram, 36-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 48-17
4th - GB - Uram, 62-yard pass from Laws (Uram kick) GREEN BAY 55-17
4th - CHI - Schwenk, 28-yard run (Steve Lach kick) GREEN BAY 55-24
November 8: Green Bay (6-1) 30, Cleveland (4-5) 12
(CLEVELAND) - Ramming over two touchdowns in the final two minutes, Green Bay warmed up for their engagement with the Chicago Bears by defeating Cleveland, 30-12. Don Hutson, by snatching three touchdown passes and kicking as many extra points, set a new league season scoring record of 103 points. His 21-point total for the day put him seven up on his old record of last year, with four games
remaining. The Packers swept to an apparently safe 16-0 halftime lead, but the Rams marched back for 12 points and were only 24 yards from the potentially winning touchdown midway through the final quarter. Isbell, Hutson and Buckets Goldenberg each intercepted two passes, while Canadeo added a seventh steal.
GREEN BAY -  6 10  0 14 - 30
CLEVELAND -  0  0  5  7 - 12
1st - GB - Hutson, 11-yard pass from Isbell (Kick failed) GREEN BAY 6-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 22-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 15-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 16-0
3rd - CLE - Safety, Isbell tackled in the end zone GREEN BAY 16-2
3rd - CLE - Chet Adams, 46-yard field goal GREEN BAY 16-5
4th - CLE - Ben Hightower, 14-yard pass from Parker Hall (Adams kick) GB 16-12
4th - GB - Sample, 10-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 23-12
4th - GB - Hutson, 1-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 30-12
November 15: Chicago Bears (8-0) 38, Green Bay (6-2) 7
(CHICAGO) - A crowd of 42,787 spectators thronged Wrigley Field to watch the Bears stall the Green Bay offense - except for a brief moment - while utilizing the ground, the air and the breaks for five touchdowns and their 21st consecutive win against all competition. Chicago scored in the second minute of play when Bulldog Turner recovered a fumble on the Green Bay 42 and ran for a touchdown. Little happened thereafter until three minutes before the half when Cecil Isbell threw a pass which was deflected to Sid Luckman who side-stepped his way 54 yards to score. Charlie O'Rourke accounted for another score a minute later when he tossed a 30-yard pass to Bob Nowaskey, who was downed on the Packers' 6-inch line. John Petty drove over. Monk Maznicki kicked a 28-yard field goal to open the third and a screen pass from O'Rourke to Ray McLean was good for 29 yards and another Chicago tally. The Packers scored thier touchdown in the last period when Isbell passed and ran to lead a 75-yard march which culminated in a six-yard toss from Isbell to Don Hutson.
GREEN BAY -  0  0  0  7 -  7
CHI BEARS -  7 14 10  7 - 38
1st - CHI - Bulldog Turner, 42-yard fumble return (Lee Artoe kick) BEARS 7-0
2nd - CHI - Sid Luckman, 54-yard interception return (Artoe kick) BEARS 14-0
2nd - CHI - John Petty, 2-yard run (Frank Maznicki kick) CHICAGO BEARS 21-0
3rd - CHI - Maznicki, 28-yard field goal CHICAGO BEARS 24-0
3rd - CHI - Ray McLean, 29-yd pass fr Charlie O'Rourke (Artoe kick) BEARS 31-0
4th - CHI - McLean, 65-yard pass from O'Rourke (Maznicki kick) BEARS 38-0
4th - GB - Hutson, 6-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) CHICAGO BEARS 38-7
November 22: Green Bay (6-2-1) 21, New York (3-5-1) 21 (T)
(NEW YORK) - The Chicago Bears won the Western Division title by beating Detroit, 42-0, as Green Bay was mathematically eliminated by deadlocking with the New York Giants, 21-21. Tuffy Leemans, sidelined for five weeks with injuries, returned to spark the Giants in their tie with the Packers before 30,246 at New York. Leemans tallied two of the Giants' touchdowns while Don Hutson hung up a pair for Green Bay. Hutson's conversion, with three minutes of the game to go, deadlocked the count. Hutson caught 14 passes for 134 yards.
GREEN BAY -  0 14  0  7 - 21
NEW YORK  -  7  7  7  0 - 21
1st - NY - Tuffy Leemans, 5-yard run (Ward Cuff kick) NEW YORK 7-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 4-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - NY - Will Walls, 60-yard pass from Andy Marefos (Cuff kick) NY 14-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 5-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) TIED 14-14
3rd - NY - Leemans, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) NEW YORK 21-14
4th - GB - Canadeo, 7-yard run (Hutson kick) TIED 21-21
November 29: Green Bay (7-2-1) 7, Philadelphia (2-9) 0
(PHILADELPHIA) - The Packers pressed through the Philadelphia Eagles 7-0 on a 31-yard Cecil Isbell-to-Don-Hutson pass in the first quarter. It was the 21st touchdown pass thrown by Isbell this season and the 17th pulled in by Hutson. Isbell swelled his completions to 128, a new record, in 237 attempts for 1,778 yards, also a new record. Hutson has scored 132 points and has caught 73 aerials for 1,204 yards—all for new records.
GREEN BAY    -  7  0  0  0 - 7
PHILADELPHIA -  0  0  0  0 - 0
1st - GB - Hutson, 31-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
December 6: Green Bay (8-2-1) 24, Pittsburgh (7-4) 21
(MILWAUKEE) - The Packers wrapped up second place in the West, barely weathering a Steeler rally to win at Milwaukee before a crowd of 5,138. The Steelers made all of their points in the last half after spotting Green Bay a touchdown and field goal in the first. The clock ran out on a surge which garnered Pittsburgh two touchdowns to match the 14 points scored by the Packers in the fourth. The game marked Cecil Isbell's 24th consecutive touchdown pass for Green Bay and the 23rd straight game in which he tossed for a tally. By connecting with 17 heaves against the Steelers, he surpassed Baugh's season mark of 132 completed passes with 146. Isbell also became the first player to throw for more than 2,000 yards in a season. His touchdown twin, Don Hutson, broke Jack Mander's record of 31 successful kicks after touchdowns, making three for a total of 33 this season. The Steelers finished second in the East.
PITTSBURGH -  0  0  7 14 - 21
GREEN BAY  -  7  3  0 14 - 24
1st - GB - Brock, 20-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
3rd - PITT - Vern Martin, 53-yard run from Dick Riffle after run (Armand Niccolai kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
4th - GB - Jacunski, 49-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-7
4th - GB - Rucinski, 24-yard pass from Isbell (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-7
4th - PITT - Bill Dudley, 3-yard run (Milt Simington kick) GREEN BAY 24-14
4th - PITT - Martin, 24-yard pass from Dudley (Jack Sanders kick) GB 24-21