Chet Adams            27   T 6- 3 240      Ohio State  1  5 26 10 FA - Cleveland (1942)
Paul Berezney         47   T 6- 2 220         Fordham  2  2 27 10
Charley Brock         29   C 6- 1 210        Nebraska  5  5 27  6 1939 Draft - 3rd round
Lou Brock             16  HB 6- 0 195          Purdue  4  4 25 10 1940 Draft - 3rd round
Tony Canadeo           3  HB 6- 0 195         Gonzaga  3  3 24 10 1941 Draft - 7th round
Irv Comp              51  HB 6- 3 192    St. Benedict  1  1 24  9 1943 Draft - 3rd round
Larry Craig           54   E 6- 0 208     S. Carolina  5  5 27 10 1939 Draft - 6th round
Tiny Croft            75   T 6- 4 298           Ripon  2  2 22  
Dick Evans            22   E 6- 3 210            Iowa  2  4 25 10 FA - Chi Cards (1942)
Tony Falkenstein      18  FB 5-10 210 St. Mary's (CA)  1  1 28 10
Bob Flowers           35   C 6- 1 215      Texas Tech  2  2 26  8
Sherwood Fries        46   G 6- 1 238     Colorado St  1  1 22  5
Ted Fritsch           64  FB 5-10 205   Stevens Point  2  2 22 10
Buckets Goldenberg    43   G 5-10 220       Wisconsin 11 11 31 10
Don Hutson            14   E 6- 1 178         Alabama  9  9 30 10
Harry Jacunski        48   E 6- 2 198         Fordham  5  5 27 10
Bob Kahler             8   T 6- 3 200        Nebraska  2  2 26  
William Kuusisto      45   G 6- 0 230       Minnesota  3  3 25 10
Jim Lankas            23  FB 6- 2 215 St. Mary's (CA)  1  2 25  3 FA - Phil (1942) 
Joe Laws              24  HB 5- 9 188            Iowa 10 10 32 10
Joel Mason             7   E 6- 0 198     W. Michigan  2  3 30 10 FA - Chi Cards (1939)
Forrest McPherson     72 T-C 5-11 248        Nebraska  1  4 31  5 FA - Phil (1937)
Baby Ray              44   T 6- 6 250      Vanderbilt  6  6 27  8
Ade Schwammel         40   T 6- 2 215       Oregon St  4  4 34  2 FA - Green Bay (1936)
Glen Sorenson         33   G 6- 0 225         Utah St  1  1 23  7
Ben Starret           63   B 5-11 215 St. Mary's (CA)  2  3 25  7 FA - Pittsburgh (1941)
Pete Tinsley          21   G 5- 8 200         Georgia  6  6 30 10 1938 Draft - 9th round
Andy Uram             42  HB 5-10 190       Minnesota  6  6 28  8 1938 Draft - 4th round
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
1943 PACKERS DRAFT (April 8, 1943)
RND SEL NAME               POS COLLEGE      
1     8 Dick Wildung         T Minnesota      
2       Did Not Draft
3    23 Irv Comp             B St. Benedict
4       Did Not Draft
5    38 Roy McKay            B Texas
6    48 Nick Susoeff         E Washington State
7    58 Ken Snelling         B UCLA
8    68 Lester Gatewood      C Baylor
9    78 Norm Verry           T Southern California
10   88 Solon Barnett        G Baylor
11   98 Bob Forte            B Arkansas
12  108 Van Davis            E Georgia
13  118 Tom Brock            C Notre Dame
14  128 Ralph Tate           B Oklahoma State
15  138 Don Carlson          T Denver
16  148 Mike Welch           B Minnesota
17  158 Ron Thomas           G Southern California
18  168 Jim Powers           T St. Mary's (Calif.) 
19  218 Harold Prescott      E Hardin-Simmons 
20  188 Eddie Forrest        C Santa Clara 
21  198 Lloyd Wasserbach     T Wisconsin 
22  208 Mark Hoskins         B Wisconsin 
23  218 Earl Bennett         G Hardin-Simmons 
24  228 George Zellick       E Oregon State 
25  238 Gene Bierhaus        E Minnesota 
26  248 George Makris        G Wisconsin 
27  258 Pete Susick          B Washington 
28  268 Bud Hasse            E Northwestern 
29  278 Dick Thornally       T Wisconsin 
30  288 Bob Ray              B Wisconsin 
31  293 Brunel Christensen   T California 
32  298 Ken Roskie           B Southern California 
BOLD ITALICS - Played for the Packers
1943 NFL Record Book (with Hutson on the cover)
Packers vs Redskins Program- 5 September
Bears at Packers Program- 26 September
Don Huston had hauled in many a pass into the end zone, but he got a chance to get on the other end of the pipe on one play. Huston took a handoff and headed off to what looked like an end run. With the defenders converging on him, the fast end pulled up short and tossed a 38-yard pass to Harry Jacunski all alone in the end zone. After the play, the poker-faced Huston broke into a grin. Passing, it seemed, was not that difficult. Most of the Green Bay passes were thrown by Tony Canadeo and Irv Comp, since star tailback Cecil Isbell had quit to coach the Purdue Boilermakers. Isbell explained why he quit while
still young - "I had not been up in Green Bay long when I saw Lambeau around the locker room and tell players like Herber and Gatenbein and Hank Bruder that they were all done with
the Packers. I sat there and watched and then I vowed it would never happen to me. I'd quit before they came around to tell me."
Looking ahead to the 1943 season, the second one since the U.S. entered World War II, the National Football League faced a major problem. Like baseball, most of the players had been
drafted by the armed forces. Unlike baseball, the NFL did not have a vast minor league system to draw on. The league had limped through the 1942 season with about 1/3 of its players in
the service. Attendance had plummeted 20%. At its annual meeting in April, 1943, the NFL took stock. 150 more players had been lost to the armed forces. Most teams were decimated.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had only 6 players under contract. The Philadelphia Eagles had 16, more than most clubs. The Cleveland Rams received permission to drop out of the league for
the 1943 season. The good news from this move was that the Rams' 14 players could be disbused among the nine remaining clubs. The bad news was that an odd number of teams
created a scheduling problem. The 1943 draft was mostly a waste of time as almost all the college draftees were already military draftees. Some players were coaxed out of retirement,
led by the legendary Bronko Nagurski, who joined to the Bears at age 35 after 5 idle years. However, the Steelers still faced dire straits and might have to shut down as Cleveland had
done. The Pittsburgh problem and the scheduling dilemma were solved by merging the Steelers with their cross-state rivals, the Eagles, for the 1943 season. The team would play four of
its home games at Shibe Park in Philadelphia and two in Pittsburgh. Earl "Greasy" Neale of the Eagles and the Steelers' Walt Kiesling would be co-coaches. (This arrangement worked
only after Neale took over the offense and Kiesling the defense.) The uniforms were the green and white of the Eagles. League standings would list the club as Phil-Pitt. However,
sportswriters and fans preferred "Steagles." (SOURCE: Golden Moments in Sports Archives)
Redskins at Packers Program- 17 October
Packers at Giants Program- 31 October
5  Washington Redskins at Baltimore      W 23-21    1-0-0   45,000 
11 Phil-Pitt Steagles at Pittsburgh      W 28-10    2-0-0   19,369
26 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-0-0)               T 21-21    0-0-1   23,675
3  at Chicago Cardinals (0-1-0)          W 28- 7    1-0-1   15,563
10 G-DETROIT LIONS (2-1-0)               W 35-14    2-0-1   21,396
17 M-WASHINGTON REDSKINS (1-0-0)         L  7-33    2-1-1   23,058
(BALTIMORE) - Slingin' Sammy Baugh's aerials back-fired in the second half today and the Green Bay Packers took a 23-21 thriller from the Washington Redskins in a pre-season exhibition before 45,000 shirt-sleeved fans in Baltimore Stadium. Don Hutson's 20-yard fourth-period field goal was the margin of victory. The Packers went the length of the field for a touchdown three minutes after the opening kickoff. Pass interference on Hutson gave Green Bay the ball on the six-inch line and Ted Fritsch plunged over. Baugh started throwing and five minutes later the Redskins tied it at 7-7 after a 93-yard drive. The payoff was a 22-yard pass from Baugh to Andy Farkas in the end zone. Behind 23-14 with three minutes left, Washington scored on a pass from Sammy Baugh to Bob Masterson, but the Redskins' last minute efforts to score again and win failed. Fritsch scored two touchdowns for Green Bay, one on a 35-yard runback of an intercepted pass, and Uram made another on a pass from Tony Canadeo.
GREEN BAY  -  7  0  0 16 - 23
WASHINGTON -  7  7  0  0 - 21
1st - GB - Fritsch run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - WASH - Andy Farkas, 22-yard pass from Sammy Baugh (Bob Masterson kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - WASH - Farkas run (Masterson kick) WASHINGTON 14-7
3rd - GB - Uram pass from Canadeo (Kick blocked) WASHINGTON 14-13
4th - GB - Fritsch, 35-yard interception return (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 20-14
4th - GB - Hutson, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 23-14
4th - WASH - Masterson, 52-yard pass from Baugh (Masterson kick) GREEN BAY 23-21
September 5: Green Bay (1-0) 23, Washington 21
24 at Detroit Lions (3-2-0)              W 27- 6    3-1-1   41,463
31 at New York Giants (2-1-0)            W 35-21    4-1-1   46,208
7  at Chicago Bears (5-0-1)              L  7-21    4-2-1   43,425
14 M-CHICAGO CARDINALS (0-7-0)           W 35-14    5-2-1   10,831
21 at Brooklyn Dodgers (2-6-0)           W 31- 7    6-2-1   18,992
28 X-at New London Diesels               W 62-14            10,000
5  Z-at Phil-Pitt Steagles (5-3-1)       W 38-28    7-2-1   34,294
X - Non-League Game   Z - at Philadelphia G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee
September 11: Green Bay (2-0) 23, Phil-Pitt 10
(PITTSBURGH) - The Green Bay Packers spoiled the debut of the Pittsburgh Steelers-Philadelphia Eagles football combine with a 28-10 victory in a pre-season exhibition game before 18,000 fans at Forbes Field here Saturday night. A pass from Andy Uram to Harry Jacunski was good for 52 yards and the Packers' first touchdown midway in the opening quarter. The Packers, scored again in the second period when Ted Fritsch took it over from the three after Canadeo had passed to Hutson and Jacunski from the Packer 38. A drive that began on the Packers' own 25 culminated in a score when Canadeo passed to Hutson for 55 yards, and a touchdown in the third period. The Packers' final score came in the closing minutes of the last quarter when Irv Comp recovered a fumble and ran 65 yards for a touchdown. Hutson accounted for all the Packers' extra points except the last, which was kicked by Sorenson.
GREEN BAY -  7  7  7  7 - 28
PHIL-PITT - 10  0  0  0 - 10
1st - PP - Jack Hinkle run (Roy Zimmerman kick) PHIL-PITT 7-0
Larry Craig gets the block for Tony Falkenstein in a game against the Redskins
1st - PP - Zimmerman field goal PHIL-PITT 10-0
1st - GB - Jacunski, 52-yard pass from Uram (Hutson kick) PHIL-PITT 10-7
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 3-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
3rd - GB - Hutson, 55-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-10
4th - GB - Comp, 65-yard fumble recovery (Sorenson kick) GREEN BAY 28-10
September 26: Green Bay (0-0-1) 21, Chicago Bears (0-0-1) 21 (T)
Packers and Steagles in action
(GREEN BAY) - Playing to the fifth tie in the 22-year history of the series, Green Bay and Chicago kicked off the 1943 season. With Sid Luckman throwing the ball all over the field, the Bears took the air lanes to their first touchdowns, while the Packers, outrushing Chicago 189 yards to 138, stayed on the ground for their scores. It was not until late in the final period, when Green Bay was trailing by seven, that Don Hutson brought out his change of pace on the business end of a pass. The Alabama Flyer, due to leave for his father's funeral after the game, took Tony Canadeo's first offering to the Bear 27, and a moment later snatched another from the hands of Harry Clark and Ray McLean to score. A 42-yard field attempt by Bob Snyder, to win the game with less than a minute to go, was partially deflected and went wide. 
CHI BEARS -  7  0  7  7 - 21
GREEN BAY -  0  7  7  7 - 21
1st - CHI - Bill Geyer, 8-yard pass from Sid Luckman (Bob Snyder kick) BEARS 7-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 4-yard run (Hutson kick) TIED 7-7
3rd - GB - Comp, 6-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
3rd - CHI - Harry Clark, 21-yard pass from Luckman (Snyder kick) TIED 14-14
4th - CHI - Bill Osmanski, 6-yard run (Snyder kick) CHICAGO BEARS 21-14
4th - GB - Hutson, 37-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) TIED 21-21
October 3: Green Bay (1-0-1) 28, Chicago Cardinals (0-2) 7
(CHICAGO) - Rookie Irv Comp tossed two touchdown passes, Lou Brock added another and Tony Canadeo set up a fourth as Green Bay Packers smashed the Chicago Cardinals, 28-7. The Packers, in defeating the Cards for the 11th consecutive time since 1937, scored twice in short order in the first quarter. Joel Mason scored the first two Packer touchdowns for the only scores of his career. Despite the strong overhead barrage thrown up by rookie Ronnie Cahill the Cardinals could move into the end zone only in the second quarter. Cahill passed 20 times and completed 11 for 137 yards, but had five of his tosses stray into Packer's arms.
GREEN BAY - 14  7  7  0 - 28
CHI CARDS -  0  7  0  0 -  7
1st - GB - Mason, 8-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Mason, 12-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - CHI - Eddie Rucinski, 29-yd pass fr Ronnie Cahill (Dixie Stokes kick) GB 14-7
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 2-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
3rd - GB - Jacunski, 35-yard pass from Brock (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-7
October 10: Green Bay (2-0-1) 35, Detroit (2-2) 14
(GREEN BAY) - Green Bay ran for a season-high 239 yards, led by Tony Canadeo's 71 yard effort, in blasting the Lions. Canadeo also threw a career-high three touchdown passes. With Don Hutson being used as a decoy, the Packers built up terrific heads of steam for marches of 42 and 61 yards in the first quarter, a 75 yard drive in the second period, and onslaughts of 67 and 54 yards in the third and fourth stanzas respectively. Detroit pushed across both touchdowns on plays that swept the length of the field. The first Lion score came on two plays that were good for 80 yards and the final marker came in the closing minutes on a forward and lateral combination that ripped off 75 yards. The only other Lion threat came in the first period, when they went 67 yards but lost the ball on downs. Green Bay also tried three field goals, but without success. The first Packer score came before the game was two minutes old. After an exchange of punts Lou Brock passed to Harry Jucunski for a first down and 38 yards on the Detroit four. Ted Fritsch who played brilliantly went over, and the rout was on.
DETROIT   -  0  7  0  7 - 14
GREEN BAY - 14  7  7  7 - 35
1st - GB - Fritsch, 4-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Brock, 7-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - DET - Chuck Fenenbock, 21-yd pass fr Ned Mathews (Augie Lio kick) GB 14-7
2nd - GB - Uram, 20-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
3rd - GB - Comp, 2-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-7
4th - GB - Uram, 39-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 35-7
4th - DET - Harry Hopp, 45-yard lateral from Bill Fisk after pass fr Frankie Sinkwich (Lio kick) GB 35-14
October 17: Washington (2-0) 33, Green Bay (2-1-1) 7
(MILWAUKEE) - Sammy Baugh, who played all but the last seven minutes, completed 14 passes, including four for touchdowns, as the defending NFL champions rolled. Andy Farkas who headed the Skins' ground attack, powered through for the other score. The first five minutes were a good example of what was to come for Green Bay. In that time Washington marched 80 yards in ten plays to a touchdown. After taking the kickoff to the 20, Farkas gained six yards, and Wilbur Moore broke through the line for 47 yards. A few plays later and Farkas went over from the one foot line.
WASHINGTON - 13  7  6  7 - 33
GREEN BAY  -  0  0  0  7 -  7
1st - WASH - Andy Farkas, 1-yard run (Kick failed) WASHINGTON 6-0
1st - WASH - Wilbur Moore, 14-yd pass fr Sammy Baugh (Joe Aguirre kick) WASH 13-0
2nd - WASH - Moore, 8-yard pass from Baugh (Aguirre kick) WASHINGTON 20-0
3rd - WASH - Farkas, 7-yard pass from Baugh (Kick failed) WASHINGTON 26-0
4th - WASH - Aguirre, 8-yard pass from Baugh (Aguirre kick) WASHINGTON 33-0
4th - GB - Hutson, 16-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) WASHINGTON 33-6
October 24: Green Bay (3-1-1) 27, Detroit (3-3) 6
(DETROIT) - The Packers thumped the Lions again, 27-6. Frankie Sinkwich, although he passed for Detroit's lone score, had seven of his aerials intercepted, equalling a misfortune that befell Parker Hall of Cleveland against the Packers last year. Green Bay also nabbed two other Detroit aerials, those nine interceptions being two greater than the current NFL record which had been hit seven times. Eight different Packers picked off passes, with Hutson the only one to pull down two.
GREEN BAY -  3  7  7 10 - 27
DETROIT   -  6  0  0  0 -  6
1st - GB - Adams, 32-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - DET - Ned Mathews, 4-yard pass from Frankie Sinkwich (Kick failed) DET 6-3
2nd - GB - Hutson, 16-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 10-6
3rd - GB - L. Brock, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 17-6
4th - GB - Hutson, 21-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-6
4th - GB - L. Brock run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 27-6

Nine interceptions against Lions set NFL mark (SOURCE: Pro Football Hall of Fame)
On October 24, 1943, the Green Bay Packers became the first team in
National Football League history to intercept nine passes in a single
game. The feat came against the Detroit Lions.The Packers' ground
attack that featured Hall of Famer Tony Canadeo stalled against the
Lions defense. So, they Pack went to the air. It proved to be a smart
move as the legendary Don Hutson paced the Green Bay offense. He
went to work scoring a touchdown, setting up another, booting three
extra points and kicking a 13-yard field goal. Before it was over, the
Packers had chalked up 326 yards through the air. But, on this day, it
was the Packers defense that made history. The Lions attempted to
match Green Bay's aerial attack but fell victim to an NFL record nine
interceptions which were returned for 137 yards by the Packers. Four of
those turnovers turned into three Packer touchdowns and a pair of
Green Bay field goals to give them a 27-6 win. Hutson, who caught 6
passes on offense in the game, also contributed on the other side of the
ball as he intercepted two Lions' passes. Green Bay's interception total
for the 1943 season reached a record 42 steals. That mark, which still
ranks second all-time, was surpassed when the San Diego Chargers intercepted 49 passes in 1961. 
Record Days:
Interceptions by Packers (10/24/43): Charley Brock, Tony Canadeo, Irv Comp, Bob Flowers, Charles Goldenberg, Don Hutson (2), Joe Laws, Andy Uram
Interceptions by Eagles (12/12/65): Maxie Baughan, Irv Cross, Jim Nettles (3), Nate Ramsey, Joe Scarpati (2), George Tarasovic
October 31: Green Bay (4-1-1) 35, New York (2-2) 21
(NEW YORK) - Tony Canadeo picked up the slack with 123 yards rushing as Green Bay scored two touchdowns in the last five minutes to hand the Giants a defeat. The Packers, with Don Hutson breaking five of his own league records, rallied after the Giants came back from a 21-7 halftime deficit at the half to knot the game up early in the fourth quarter. Hutson caught seven passes to set the NFL record with 358 career receptions. He was on the receiving end of two touchdown passes to boost his record to 77. He scored 17 points, giving him a career record of 578. Hutson also picked up 118 yards with his seven catches for a new NFL record of 5,926 career yards. With Canadeo doing most of the running, the Packers completed 15 out of 21 passes for a total of 241 yards. The final scoring drive started from the 35-yard line when the Giants got away a short punt. On the first play, Canadeo broke off tackle and went all the way. The Packers were playing without Charley Brock, who was lost for the next month due to an appendectomy.
GREEN BAY -  7 14  0 14 - 35
NEW YORK  -  7  0  7  7 - 21
1st - GB - Jacunski, 38-yard pass from Hutson (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - NY - Bill Paschal, 16-yard pass from Tuffy Leemans (Ward Cuff kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - GB - Canadeo, 12-yard pass from Uram (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
2nd - GB - Hutson, 17-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
3rd - NY - Paschal, 4-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 21-14
4th - NY - Paschal, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) TIED 21-21
4th - GB - Hutson, 12-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-21
4th - GB - Canadeo, 35-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 35-21
November 7: Chicago Bears (6-0-1) 21, Green Bay (4-2-1) 7
two wins of clinching the Western Division championship - or one more Bear victory and a Packer defeat would do it. Sid Luckman was the major factor in compiling the Chicago margin. He broke a 7-7 tie in the third period with a 38-yard touchdown pass to Harry Clark. It was Luckman's 15th touchdown pass of the season. He also plunged across the goal from the 1-yard line after a 70 yard Bear march at the start of the final quarter to seal the win. The Packers, a formidable outfit in the first half, stalled sadly in the final two periods, making only one first down and completing just one pass.
GREEN BAY -  7  0  0  0 -  7
CHI BEARS -  7  0  7  7 - 21
1st - GB - Canadeo, 20-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - CHI - Ray McLean, 66-yd pass from Sid Luckman (Bob Snyder kick) TIED 7-7
3rd - CHI - Harry Clark, 38-yard pass from Luckman (Snyder kick) BEARS 14-7
4th - CHI - Luckman, 1-yard run (Snyder kick) CHICAGO BEARS 21-7
November 14: Green Bay (5-2-1) 35, Chicago Cardinals (0-8) 14
(MILWAUKEE) - Don Hutson turned in another great performance, scoring 23 points as the Packers smothered an impotent Chicago Cardinal squad, 35-14. Hutson, scoring three touchdowns and kicking five extra points, ran his season's total to 78, putting him far out in front in the league's scoring race as the Packers dominated the play in all but the final quarter. It was a typical Packer passing show in the early stages as they ran up a comfortable lead and then coasted in. They went 73 yards, mostly through the air, for their first score, travelled 66 yards for their second, and 54 for the third marker in the first half. The Cardinals narrowed the margin in the third quarter after blocking a Packer punt but another pass play, good for 86 yards, and a pass interception by Hutson who raced 84 yards for the fifth touchdown put the Packers in front for good.
CHI CARDS -  0  0  7  7 - 14
GREEN BAY -  7 14 14  0 - 35
1st - GB - Hutson, 9-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 4-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 1-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
3rd - CHI - Bob Morrow, 3-yard run (Conway Baker kick) GREEN BAY 21-7
3rd - GB - Jacunski, 86-yard pass from Brock (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 28-7
3rd - GB - Hutson, 84-yard interception return (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 35-7
4th - CHI - Eddie Rucinski, 7-yard pass from Ronnie Cahill (Baker kick) GB 35-14 
November 21: Green Bay (6-2-1) 31, Brooklyn (2-7) 7
(BROOKLYN) - Don Hutson snagged eight passes for 237 yards of gain, topping his old high of 209 yards made last year against Cleveland. Hutson scored two touchdowns, booted four extra points and a field goal and ran his scoring lead to 97 points as the Packers rolled over the Dodgers, 31-7. Irv Comp intercepted three passes, and returned one for a touchdown. The win enabled Green Bay to retain a slender chance of tying the Bears for the Western title, but since the Chicagoans were scheduled to play their weak cross-town rivals, the Cardinals, next Sunday, a win there would clinch it for the Bears.
GREEN BAY - 14  3  7  7 - 31
BROOKLYN  -  0  0  0  7 -  7
1st - GB - Hutson, 51-yard pass from Canadeo (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Falkenstein run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - GB - Hutson, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-0
3rd - GB - Hutson, 79-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-0
4th - GB - Comp, 11-yard interception return (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 31-0
4th - BR - Pug Manders, 43-yard run (Bruiser Kinard kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
EXHIBITION - November 28: Green Bay 62, New London 14
(NEW LONDON, CT) - Most of Green Bay's mighty first string sat one out yesterday, but the reserves had a field day as they won an exhibition for the Packers against the New London Diesels, 62-14. With Irv Comp bouncing into the ball game long enough to head an aerial attack which produced five of the nine Packer touchdowns, Green Bay toyed with New London until the closing minutes when the losers broke through for all their points. Held to a single marker in the first period, the Bays opened the second stanza with a lineup of regulars, except for Don Hutson, and piled up 62 points before the gun stopped them. Hutson managed to get in for four minutes during the deluge, during which he converted two points from placement. Harry Jacunski, Green Bay's end, was honored by nearby New Britain home town fans, among them his mother, before the game. In action briefly during the high-scoring second session, he tallied the winner's second touchdown. The Packers threw 34 passes and completed 27 in addition to intercepting four Diesel passes. They made 22 first downs against the Diesel's one. Most every one had a hand in the scoring and only Dick Evans and Joe Laws made more than one touchdown. They missed only a single extra point.
December 5: Green Bay (7-2-1) 39, Phil-Pitt (5-4-1) 28
(PHILADELPHIA) - Don Hutson personally choked off a Phil-Pitt rally by catching two fourth-period touchdown passes to give Green Bay a 38-28 victory before an all time record Philadelphia crowd of 34,294. Hutson, playing in what he claims was the last game of his nine record-writing seasons, extended his endless chain of all-time league records to include 83 touchdown passes caught and 641 points scored. Both the Packers and the Steagles closed their seasons with this contest, with Green Bay spoiling whatever chance the combined team from Pennsylvania had for a first-place tie in the league's Eastern Division. The Phil-Pitt combine twice came to tie the game in an explosive first period, but Greasy Neale's charges dropped behind when Hutson booted a 25-yard field goal in the second stanza.
GREEN BAY - 14  3  7 14 - 38
PHIL-PITT - 14  0  0 14 - 28
1st - GB - Canadeo, 35-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - PP - Jack Hinkle, 38-yard run (Roy Zimmerman kick) TIED 7-7
1st - GB - Canadeo, 13-yard pass from Brock (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 14-7
1st - PP - Tony Bova, 48-yard pass from Zimmerman (Zimmerman kick) TIED 14-14
2nd - GB - Hutson, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-14
3rd - GB - Comp, 4-yard run (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 24-14
4th - GB - Hutson, 12-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 31-14
4th - PP - Bova, 13-yard pass from Allie Sherman (Zimmerman kick) GB 31-21
4th - PP - Ernie Steele, 4-yard run (Zimmerman kick) GREEN BAY 31-28
4th - GB - Hutson, 23-yard pass from Comp (Hutson kick) GREEN BAY 38-28
(CHICAGO) - The Chicago Bears gained revenge for the only blot on their record, a 21-21 tie by the Packers on Opening Day, by beating the Packers 21-7, in the slime of Wrigley Field. Chicago came within
LEFT - The photo’s original caption, in newspaper lingo, reads: “Editors: This picture is an advance for use in AMS of Sunday, Dec. 12) (CX2) GREEN BAY, WIS., Dec. 11-“STOP AND START” HUTSON IS AT IT AGAIN-Don Hutson (left), Green Bay Packers end who befuddled pass defenses by pretending to let the whole thing go and then start a winning sprint for the pigskin, wields the pen that stops one job and starts another for him. Through as a player for the pro eleven, he signed a contract today as full time assistant to coach E.L. (Curly) Lambeau (right) of the Packers. (AP Wirephoto)(See Wire Story)(e71314cor) 1943.” (SOURCE: Packerville,

RIGHT - The Packers and Lions in action