NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Ed Bell             82    G 6- 1 233         Indiana  1  1 26 11
Charley Brock       29    C 6- 1 210        Nebraska  9  9 31 12 1939 Draft - 3rd round
Tony Canadeo         3   HB 6- 0 190         Gonzaga  6  6 28 12 1941 Draft - 9th round
Raymond Clemons     48    G 5-10 200 St. Mary's (CA)  1  1 26  9
Ed Cody             17   HB 5- 9 190          Purdue  1  1 24 10 1946 Draft - 3rd round
Irv Comp            51   HB 6- 3 205    St. Benedict  5  5 28 12 1943 Draft - 3rd round
Larry Craig         54    E 6- 0 218     S. Carolina  9  9 31 12 1939 Draft - 6th round
Tiny Croft          75    T 6- 4 280           Ripon  6  6 26 10
Ward Cuff           21   HB 6- 1 192       Marquette  1 11 33 10 1947 FA - Cards (1946)
Ralph Davis         66    G 5-11 205       Wisconsin  1  1 25 11
Bob Flowers         35    C 6- 1 210      Texas Tech  6  6 30 12
Aldo Forte          40    G 6- 0 215         Montana  1  5 29 10 1947 FA - Bears (1946)
Bob Forte            8   HB 6- 0 195        Arkansas  2  2 25 12 1943 Draft - 11th round
Ted Fritsch         64   FB 5-10 210   Stevens Point  6  6 26 12
Lester Gatewood     33    C 6- 2 200          Baylor  2  2 26 12 1943 Draft - 8th round
Jim Gillette        16   HB 6- 1 185        Virginia  1  5 29 10 1947 FA - Boston (1946)
Clyde Goodnight     23    E 6- 1 195           Tulsa  3  3 23 11 1945 Draft - 3rd round
Jack Jacobs         27   QB 6- 2 190        Oklahoma  1  4 28 12 1947 Trade - Washington
Ken Kueper          18   HB 6- 0 205         Georgia  3  3 28 12
John Kovatch        76    E 6- 3 200      Notre Dame  1  3 27  3 1947 FA - Wash (1946)
Paul Lipscomb       47    T 6- 5 245       Tennessee  3  3 24 12
Nolan Luhn          38    E 6- 3 200           Tulsa  3  3 26 12 1945 Draft - 25th round
Robert McDougal     19   FB 6- 2 205      Miami (FL)  1  1 26  1 1947 Draft - 9th round
Roy McKay            3   HB 6- 0 195           Texas  4  4 27 12 1943 Draft - 5th round
Ed Neal             58    T 6- 4 290          Tulane  3  3 28 12
Urban Odson         63    T 6- 3 250       Minnesota  2  2 28 11 1942 Draft - 1st round
Baby Ray            44    T 6- 6 250      Vanderbilt 10 10 31 11
Herman Rohrig       80   HB 5- 9 190        Nebraska  3  3 29  7 1941 Draft - 6th round
Walt Schlinkman      7   FB 5- 9 190      Texas Tech  2  2 25 12 1945 Draft - 1st round
Robert Skoglund     52    E 6- 1 198      Notre Dame  1  1 22  9 1947 Draft - 13th round
Bruce Smith         42   HB 6- 0 197       Minnesota  3  3 27 10 1942 Draft - 13th round
Damon Tassos        15    G 6- 1 225       Texas A&M  1  3 23  3 1947 FA - Det (1946)
Don Wells           43    E 6- 2 200         Georgia  2  2 25 12 1945 Draft - 6th round
Dick Wildung        45    G 6- 0 220       Minnesota  2  2 26  3 1943 Draft - 1st round
Gene Wilson         65    G 5-10 175             SMU  1  1 21  9 1947 Draft - 6th 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
1947 PACKERS DRAFT (December 16, 1946)
RND SEL NAME               POS COLLEGE
1     6 Ernie Case           B UCLA
2       Did Not Draft
3    20 Burr Baldwin         E UCLA
4       Did Not Draft 
5    31 Buddy Burris         G Oklahoma              
6    40 Gene Wilson          E Southern Methodist
7    52 Dick Connors         B Northwestern
8    62 Monte Moncrief       T Texas A&M
9    72 Bob McDougal         B Miami (Fla.)
10   81 Bob Kelly            B Notre Dame 
11   92 Tom Moulton          C Oklahoma State 
12  100 George Hills         G Georgia Tech
13  111 Bob Skoglund         E Notre Dame 
14  122 Jack Mitchell        B Oklahoma   
15  130 Denver Crawford      T Tennessee       
16  141 Jim Callanan         E Southern California
17 151 Ted Scalissi         B Ripon 
18 160 Jim Goodman          T Indiana 
19 172 Dick Miller          G Lawrence 
20 181 Brad Ecklund         C Oregon
21 190 Bob West             B Colorado  
22 202 Tex Reilly           B Colorado 
23 211 Ron Sockolov         T California 
24 220 Herb St. John        G Georgia
25 232 Fred Redeker         B Cincinnati  
26 241 Herm Lubker          E Arkansas 
27 250 Bob Palladino        B Notre Dame
28 262 Jerrell Baxter       T North Carolina  
29 271 Ray Sellers          E Georgia
30 280 Jerry Carle          B Northwestern 
31 290 Bill Hogan           B Kansas  
32 297 Ralph Olsen          E Utah
BOLD - Played for the Packers
1947 TRADES
* - Traded Bob Nussbaumer to Washington for QB Jack Jacobs
Packers at Rams
November 30th
Yanks at Packers September 14th
Cardinals at Packers October 12th
Lions at Packers
October 26th
Steelers at Packers November 2nd
Packers at Cardinals November 16th
1947 IN REVIEW
Curly Lambeau installed the T formation at Green Bay and developed a respectable passing attack, but quarterback Jack Jacobs was no Cecil Isbell and ends Nolan Luhn and Clyde
Goodnight were no Don Hustons. What Lambeau did have was a short-passing offense which moved the ball sporadically, but could not break games open like the old Packer air attacks.
Tony Canadeo and Walt Schlinkman kept the running game healthy, moving behind a line which stayed strong despite the retirements of Bill Lee and Russ Letlow. The Packers were a
solid, if unspectacular, team, with a cruel streak of bad luck killing their title hopes. They lost by one to the Steelers, by three to the Bears, and another single point to the Cardinals.
JACK JACOBS: HEADING NORTH TO MAKE HISTORY
    The Packers spent many fruitless years searching for a replace ment for Cecil Isbell at quarterback. In 1947, they turned to Jack Jacobs. The former Oklahoma star was drafted in the
second round of the 1942 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Rams, where he played until 1945. After one season in Washington, Green Bay acquired the passer, but, ironically, he was most
productive as a punter, leading the NFL in 1947 with a 43.5 yard per kick average. In three seasons with the Packers, he started 17 games as quarterback, throwing 21 touchdowns, but
also 41 interceptions. Jacobs headed to Canada in 1950, where he starred as a Winnipeg Blue Bomber. According to the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame, he transformed the Canadian
game from a methodical running competition into an aerial battle, completing 709 of 1,330 passes for 11,094 yards in those five seasons. In 1952, he threw six touchdown passes against
Calgary. Altogether, Jacobs tossed 104 TD passes in five seasons, an average of more than 20 per campaign. Twice he was named an all-star (1950 and 1952) and twice he led the
Bombers to the Grey Cup (1950, 1953).  His exciting play helped increase the crowds at Winnipeg Blue Bomber games, leading to the construction of a new, larger Winnipeg Stadium
(now called Canad Inns Stadium). The stadium was nicknamed "The House That Jack Built" because of Jacobs' contribution to the success of the team.  He was named to the CFL Hall
of Fame in 1963. Jacobs died in 1974 in Greensboro, North Carolina from a severe stroke.
1947 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (3-1)
AUGUST (1-1)
23 G-NEW YORK GIANTS                     W 17-14    1-0-0   15,000
29 at Pittsburgh Steelers                L 17-24    1-1-0   31,507
SEPTEMBER (2-0)
14 M-BOSTON YANKS                        W 14-10    2-1-0   17,895
21 Washington Redskins (at Baltimore)    W 31-21    3-1-0   18,186
1947 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (6-5-1)
SEPTEMBER (1-0)
28 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-0-0)               W 29-20    1-0-0   25,461
OCTOBER (3-1)
5  M-LOS ANGELES RAMS (1-0-0)            W 17-14    2-0-0   31,613
12 G-CHICAGO CARDINALS (2-0-0)           L 10-14    2-1-0   25,562
(GREEN BAY) - The Green Bay Packers scored twice in the last quarter on passing and power plays Saturday night to defeat the New York Giants, 17-14, in an exhibition played in 90 degree temperatures. Ted Fritsch, leading scorer in the league last season, opened the scoring in the second period with a 20-yard field goal after Indian Jack Jacobs had put the ball into position with passes to Clyde Goodnight and Bob Forte. Seconds before the half ended, the Giants retaliated on Jerry Niles' 23 yard flip to Jim Lee Howell in the end zone. A 43 yard pass from Jacobs to Gene Wilson prepared the way for the first Packer score in the final period. Walt Schlinkman rammed over from the nine. New York replied with a series of passes from Niles to George Franck and John Weiss for its second touchdown, and the Packers set up the final tally on Jacob's tosses to Nolan Luhn and Forte. Fritsch bulled over from the half yard line for the score.
NEW YORK  -  0  7  0  0 - 14
GREEN BAY -  0  0  6  0 - 17
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 20-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - NY - Jim Lee Howell, 23-yard pass from Jerry Niles (Kick good) NY 7-3
4th - GB - Schlinkman, 9-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
4th - NY - John Weiss pass from Niles (Kick good) NEW YORK 14-10
4th - GB - Fritsch, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
August 23: Green Bay (1-0) 17, New York 14
19 M-WASHINGTON REDSKINS (2-1-0)         W 27-10    3-1-0   28,572
26 G-DETROIT LIONS (1-4-0)               W 34-17    4-1-0   25,179
NOVEMBER (1-3-1)
2  M-PITTSBURGH STEELERS (4-2-0)         L 17-18    4-2-0   30,073
9  at Chicago Bears (4-2-0)              L 17-20    4-3-0   46,112
16 at Chicago Cardinals (6-1-0)          L 20-21    4-4-0   40,086
23 at New York Giants (0-7-1)            T 24-24    4-4-1   27,939
30 at Los Angeles Rams (4-5-0)           W 30-10    5-4-1   31,040
DECEMBER (1-1)
7  at Detroit Lions (3-8)                W 35-14    6-4-1   14,055
14 at Philadelphia Eagles (7-4)          L 14-28    6-5-1   24,216
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee
August 29: Pittsburgh 24, Green Bay (1-1) 17
(PITTSBURGH) - The Pittsburgh Steelers turned in a surprising 24-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers Friday night. It was the first time the Steelers ever defeated their league rivals. Johnny Clements, clever Steeler halfback, scored two of the Steeler touchdowns, one a 41-yard jaunt in the final quarter which proved to be the margin of victory. The Steelers scored their first touchdown in 3:25 of the first period after they had blocked a Packer quick kick. Steve Lach made the score. Herman Rohrig romped 33 yards for the first Packer score with six minutes of the first period gone. Ward Cuff's extra point tied the game. However, the Steelers came right back, sparked by a 38-yard pass by Clement who also scored the touchdown on a line buck. The Packers scored their second touchdown early in the third period, Bruce Smith going 11 yards.
GREEN BAY  -  7  0  7  3 - 17
PITTSBURGH - 14  3  0  7 - 24
1st - PITT - Steve Lach, 1-yard run (Joe Glamp kick) PITTSBURGH 7-0
1st - GB - Rohrig, 33-yard run (Cuff kick) TIED 7-7
1st - PITT - Johnny Clement, 1-yard run (Glamp kick) PITTSBURGH 14-7
2nd - PITT - Glamp, 23-yard field goal PITTSBURGH 17-7
3rd - GB - B. Smith, 3-yard run (Cuff kick) PITTSBURGH 17-14
4th - GB - Fritsch, 14-yard field goal TIED 17-17
4th - PITT - Clement, 41-yard run (Glamp kick) PITTSBURGH 24-17
September 14: Green Bay (2-1) 14, Boston 10
(MILWAUKEE) - Scoring once through the air and once on the ground, the Green Bay Packers stayed off a last quarter rally by the Boston Yanks to whip the easterners 14-10, in an exhibition game at the State Fair Park Sunday before 17,895 fans. Indian Jack Jacobs of the Packers outpitched Boston's Paul Governali as both teams exhibited ground attacks which functioned only in spurts. Jacobs connected with Clyde Goodnight on a 20-yard pass in the opening quarter, and the veteran Packer end scored from 15 yards out. Boston bounced back early in the second period but couldn't penetrate the Packer line so Nick Scollard kicked a 37-yard field goal. A pair of goal line fumbles cost the Packers almost-certain touchdowns in the third quarter but both teams opened up in the final period. Green Bay scored first after Bruce Smith set up the play with a brilliant 27-yard scamper around end to Boston's 29. Ted Fritsch took over and in three tries had the ball on the four, from where Tony Canadeo counted around end. The Yanks, with Frank Seno and 
John Poto doing the heavy ground work and without using a pass, narched back and in 12 plays covered 84 yards, Seno scoring from the two. Frank Maznicki converted with four minutes to play.
BOSTON    -  0  7  0  3 - 10
GREEN BAY -  7  0  0  7 - 14
1st - GB - Goodnight, 15-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - BOS - Nick Scollard, 37-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
4th - GB - Canadeo, 4-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
4th - BOS - Frank Seno, 2-yard run (Frank Maznicki kick) GREEN BAY 14-10
September 21: Green Bay (3-1) 31, Washington 21
(BALTIMORE) - Green Bay's Packers, looking like the passing masters they were in the years they dominated the NFL, rolled up 31 points over Washington in the first half Sunday, but did a flip-flop in the second half and settled for a 31-21 victory. The contest was an exhibition game at Baltimore. A Baltimore crowd of 18,186 paid fans saw the Packers in their final tuneup before they open the season at Green Bay next Sunday against the Chicago Bears. It was all Green Bay in the first two periods as Indian Jack Jacobs and End Clyde Goodnight collaborated for three scores. Ironically, the former Washington substitute, Jacobs, turned the trick on his old teammates, as the Packers tallied twice in the opening quarter. Bruce Smith scooted around end for 53 yards for the second touchdown. A sparkling 71 yard play made it 21-0 when Goodnight took a 35 yard pass from Jacobs and scampered 36 more to the end zone. Big Ted Fritsch booted a 16-yard field goal, and another Jacobs-to-Goodnight aerial covering 38 yards ended the Packer scoring just before the half ended. Sammy Baugh, the veteran Redskin passer, came off the bench despite injured ribs and set his teammates afire in the second half. Although they were unable to tally in the third period, the 'Skins threatened repeatedly and finally began to move in the final period while the Packers were unable to roll.
GREEN BAY  - 14 17  0  0 - 31
WASHINGTON -  0  0  0 21 - 21
1st - GB - Goodnight pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - B.Smith, 53-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
2nd - GB - Goodnight, 71-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 16-yard field goal GREEN BAY 24-0
2nd - GB - Goodnight, 38-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 31-0
4th - WASH - Ed Clifers, 47-yard fumble recovery (Dick Poillon kick) GREEN BAY 31-7
4th - WASH - Bob Nussbaumer, 43-yd pass fr Sammy Baugh (Poillon kick) GREEN BAY 31-14
4th - WASH - Eddie Saenz, 18-yard pass from Baugh (Poillon kick) GREEN BAY 31-21
September 28: Green Bay (1-0) 29, Chicago Bears (0-1) 20
(GREEN BAY) - The experts had predicted dire things for the poor Packers when they met the Chicago Bears. They said the NFL champions again were loaded and would sweep their rivals from Green Bay off the gridiron. Instead, the Packers outgunned the bold, bad Bears in almost every department and won handily, 29-20. Packer QB Jack Jacobs was outshone in the passing department by Chicago's Sid Luckmnn, but he made up for Luckman's slight superiority with a brilliant running and punting performance. While Luckman connected on 13 ol 25 passes, two of them touchdown pitches to Jim Keane, Jacobs completed five passes in 12 tries with one interception. The alert Packer secondary nabbed four interceptions. Two of Jacobs' passes found pay dirt, Nolan Luhn made a great catch on the first play of the second quarter, and Bruce Smith took the other. In addition, Jacobs skirted for a score in the final six seconds, and avereraged 49.1 yards per kick in punting. Green Bay took an early lead on Ward Cuff's 28-yard field goal, but the Bears roared back before the period ended on Bob Fenimore's short plunge which climaxed an 86-yard march. It was the Packers most of the way after that although the Bears threatened briefly in the final period. In the third quarter, Green Bay scored a safety which looked like the big two points for awhile. George McAfee, trying to skirt around the end, was overwhelmed in the end zone by Bruce Smith and a host of helpers.
CHI BEARS -  6  7  0  7 - 20
GREEN BAY -  3 14  2 10 - 29
1st - GB - Cuff, 28-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - CHI - Bob Fenimore, 3-yard run (Kick blocked) CHICAGO BEARS 6-3
2nd - GB - Luhn, 25-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 10-6
2nd - GB - Smith, 36-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 17-6
2nd - CHI - Jim Keane, 11-yd pass from Sid Luckman (Ray McLean kick) GB 17-13
3rd - GB - Safety, George McAfee tackled in the end zone by Smith GB 19-13
4th - GB - Cuff, 25-yard field goal GREEN BAY 22-13
4th - CHI - Keane, 15-yard pass from Luckman (McLean kick) GREEN BAY 22-20
4th - GB - Jacobs, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 29-20
October 5: Green Bay (2-0) 17, Los Angeles (1-1) 14
(MILWAUKEE) - The Chicago Cardinals and Green Bay remained deadlocked for the lead in the Western Division by scoring 31-7 and 17-14 victories over the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Rams respectively. Green Bay kept pace with the Cards in a hard fought game with the Rams. Following a scoreless first half, the Packers tallied twice in the third period and Ted Fritsch clinched matters with a 23-yard field goal in the fourth period. The Rams were in a position to tie the game, but Bob Waterfield missed a 43-yard field goal on the final play of the game.
LOS ANGELES -  0  0  0 14 - 14
GREEN BAY   -  0  0 14  3 - 17
3rd - GB - Smith, 3-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
3rd - GB - Neal recovered a blocked punt in the end zone (Cuff kick) GB 14-0
4th - GB - Fritsch, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-0
4th - LA - Pat West, 4-yard run (Bob Waterfield kick) GREEN BAY 17-7
4th - LA - Waterfield, 4-yard run (Waterfield kick) GREEN BAY 17-14
October 12: Chicago Cardinals (3-0) 14, Green Bay (2-1) 10
(GREEN BAY) - The Chicago Cardinals, putting together two scoring drives of 53 and 75 yards, edged the Green Bay Packers, 14-10, to take the undisputed lead in the Western Division. A record crowd of 25,502 fans saw the game. It was the first league defeat of the season for the Packers. The victory was almost very costly to the Cardinals as Pat Harder, the circuit's leading scorer coming into the weekend, was hurt in the first quarter and saw little action from then on. The big fullback hurt his leg and, although he attempted a field goal in the final quarter, he limped badly leaving the field. Luckily for the Cardinals, the injury was not as serious as originally thought.
CHI CARDS -  0  7  7  0 - 10
GREEN BAY -  0  3  7  0 - 14
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 51-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
2nd - CHI - Elmer Angsman, 2-yard run (Pat Harder kick) CHI CARDINALS 7-3
3rd - CHI - Red Cochran, 1-yard run (Harder kick) CHICAGO CARDINALS 14-3
3rd - GB - Canadeo, 7-yard run (Fritsch kick) CHICAGO CARDINALS 14-10
October 19: Green Bay (3-1) 27, Washington (2-2) 10
(MILWAUKEE) - The Packers turned back the Washington Redskins, 27-10, in Green Bay. The win put Green Bay in a three-way tie with the Rams and Cardinals for the Western Division lead. The game ended up being a passing duel between Jack Jacobs of Green Bay and Sammy Baugh of Washington, but it was Tony Canadeo who passed 17 yards to Nolan Luhn for the touchdown that put the Packers in front. Bob Forte clinched the win when he picked off Baugh in the fourth quarter and ran 68 yards for a touchdown.
WASHINGTON -  0  7  3  0 - 10
GREEN BAY  - 10  0  0 17 - 27
1st - GB - Fritsch, 2-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Cuff, 14-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - WASH - John Lookabaugh, 6-yard pass from Sammy Baugh (Dick Poillon kick) GB 10-7
3rd - WASH - Poillon, 18-yard field goal TIED 10-10
4th - GB - Luhn, 26-yard pass from Canadeo (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 17-10
4th - GB - Fritsch, 49-yard field goal GREEN BAY 20-10
4th - GB - Forte, 68-yard interception return (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 27-10
October 26: Green Bay (4-1) 34, Detroit (1-5) 17
(GREEN BAY) - An aggressive Green Bay defense slammed the door on Bill Dudley to give the Packers a 34-17 victory over the Lions and a tighter grasp on a share of the Western Division lead. It was the Packers final appearance at City Stadium for the year. Dudley, the league's scoring leader coming into the game, failed to hit pay dirt himself but passed to Ralph Heywood for one of the two Lion touchdowns and figured in almost all the offense exhibited by Detroit. Green Bay ripped the Detroit defense for 366 yards rushing, with Ed Cody pacing the attack (9 carries for 111 yards). The Packers had ten runs of 10 or more yards. 
DETROIT   -  0  3  7  7 - 17
GREEN BAY -  7  7 13  7 - 34
1st - GB - Goodnight, 27-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - DET - Roy Zimmerman, 33-yard field goal GREEN BAY 7-3
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 14-3
3rd - GB - Cuff, 39-yard field goal GREEN BAY 17-3
3rd - GB - Cody, 32-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 24-3
3rd - DET - Ralph Heywood, 5-yd pass fr Bill Dudley (Zimmerman kick) GB 24-10
3rd - GB - Cuff, 12-yard field goal GREEN BAY 27-10
4th - DET - Pete Kmetovic, 42-yd pass fr Zimmerman (Zimmerman kick) GB 27-17
4th - GB - Cody, 8-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 34-17
November 2: Pittsburgh (5-2) 18, Green Bay (4-2) 17
(MILWAUKEE) - Crashing line play and alert capitalization of the breaks gave Pittsburgh a thrilling 18-17 victory over Green Bay yesterday. The win was the first ever for Pittsburgh over the Packers, and dropped them from the top of the Western Division. Jack Jacobs tossed two touchdown passes for Green Bay but the Steelers, who scored by every possible method, trapped the Packer aerial artist behind his own goal line for a last period safety that provided the margin of victory.
PITTSBURGH -  3  6  7  2 - 18
GREEN BAY  - 10  0  0  7 - 17
1st - GB - Goodnight, 69-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - GB - Cuff, 16-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
1st - PITT - Joe Glamp, 23-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-3
2nd - PITT - Val Jansante, 37-yard pass from Johnny Clement (Kick failed) GB 10-9
3rd - PITT - Tony Compagno, 55-yard interception return (Glamp kick) PITTSBURGH 16-10
4th - PITT - Safety, Jacobs tackled in the end zone by Ralph Calcagni PITTSBURGH 18-10
4th - GB - Luhn, 27-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) PITTSBURGH 18-17
November 9: Chicago Bears (5-2) 20, Green Bay (4-3) 17
(CHICAGO) - The Chicago Bears staged two brilliant goal-line stands and blocked a potential game-tying field goal in the final 18 seconds to outlast the Packers 20-17 before an overflow crowd of 46,112 at Wrigley Field. With time running out, Ward Cuff s field goal try was blocked by halfback Noah Mullins. Green Bay saw a 10-0 lead frittered away for the second straight week. 
GREEN BAY -  0 10  0  7 - 17
CHI BEARS -  0 14  6  0 - 20
2nd - GB - Schlinkman, 15-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 50-yard field goal GREEN BAY 10-0
2nd - CHI - Ken Kavanaugh, 81-yd pass fr Sid Luckman (Ray McLean kick) GB 10-7
2nd - CHI - Hugh Gallarneau, 8-yard run (McLean kick) CHICAGO BEARS 14-10
3rd - CHI - Joe Osmanski, 24-yard run (Kick failed) CHICAGO BEARS 20-10
4th - GB - Forte, 8-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) CHICAGO BEARS 20-17
November 16: Chicago Cardinals (7-1) 21, Green Bay (4-4) 20
(CHICAGO) - Any hopes for a Western Division title came to an end, as the Packers lost for a second straight week in Chicago. Off form for three quarters while Green Bay compiled a 20-7 lead, Paul Christman clicked with his passes in the final period to lead the Chicago Cardinals to a 21-20 win. The Packers stole three of Christman's tosses, turning two of them into touchdowns. Ted Fritsch booted 35 and 45 yard field goals to keep Green Bay well ahead until the last quarter. Ward Cuff had a chance, for the second straight week, to kick a field goal late to change the final result, but his 23-yard attempt sailed wide.
GREEN BAY -  3 10  7  0 - 20
CHI CARDS -  7  0  0 14 - 21
1st - CHI - Mal Kutner, 20-yd pass fr Paul Christman (Pat Harder kick) CARDS 7-0
1st - GB - Cuff, 35-yard field goal CHICAGO CARDINALS 7-3
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 10-7
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 13-7
3rd - GB - Forte, 22-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 20-7
4th - CHI - Harder, 4-yard run (Harder kick) GREEN BAY 20-14
4th - CHI - Kutner, 23-yard pass from Chrstman (Harder kick) CARDINALS 21-20
November 23: Green Bay (4-4-1) 24, New York (0-7-2) 24 (T)
(NEW YORK) - After three successive games in which fourth quarter scoring drives bogged down, the Green Bay Packers finally came from behind in their familiar last minute style to deadlock the New York Giants, 24-24, and stave off what otherwise would have been a major upset. Only 27,939 fans in the Polo Grounds watched the Giants celebrate "Paul Governali" Day. Jack Jacobs pitched three touchdown passes and spoiled the New Yorkers' bid for their first triumph in nine games this season. Governali kept the Giants in front most of the way by pitching two touchdown passes and setting up a third marker. For the third straight week, the Packers tried a field goal in the final minute. With a chance to win, Ted Fritsch tried a desperate shot from the 46-yard line, but it dropped short.
GREEN BAY -  7  3  7  7 - 24
NEW YORK  - 14  3  7  0 - 24
1st - GB - Luhn, 29-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - NY - Tex Coulter, 15-yard pass from Paul Governali (Ken Strong kick) TIED 7-7
1st - NY - Jim Blumenstock, 1-yard run (Strong kick) NEW YORK 14-7
2nd - GB - Cuff, 22-yard field goal NEW YORK 14-10
2nd - NY - Strong, 27-yard field goal NEW YORK 17-10
3rd - NY - Ray Poole, 7-yard pass from Governali (Strong kick) NEW YORK 24-10
3rd - GB - Gillette, 27-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) NEW YORK 24-17
4th - GB - Luhn, 23-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) TIED 24-24
November 30: Green Bay (5-4-1) 30, Los Angeles (4-6) 10
(LOS ANGELES) - Tony Canadeo and Ted Fritsch combined for 159 yards and three touchdowns as the Packers snapped their four-game winless streak. The half-time score was a baseball-like 3-2 in favor of the Rams, but Green Bay cut loose with an aerial attack in the last half, scoring four touchdowns.
GREEN BAY   -  2  0 14 14 - 30
LOS ANGELES -  0  3  7  0 - 10
1st - GB - Safety, Dante Magnani tackled in the end zone by Wildung GB 2-0
2nd - LA - Bob Waterfield, 20-yard field goal LOS ANGELES 3-2
3rd - LA - Ray Hamilton, 10-yard pass from Waterfield (Waterfield kick) LA 10-2
3rd - GB - Fritsch, 2-yard run (Cuff kick) LOS ANGELES 10-9
3rd - GB - Goodnight, 14-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 16-10
4th - GB - Fritsch, 1-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 23-10
4th - GB - Canadeo, 14-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 30-10
December 7: Green Bay (6-4-1) 35, Detroit (3-9) 14
(DETROIT) - Bob Forte intercepted three passes, as the Packers helped Detroit clinch a second straight finish in the Western Division cellar. As the curtain fell on the 1947 season for the Lions, 14,055 fans in Briggs Stadium watched the Lions' attacks click twice in the fourth quarter while the Packers struck in every period to build up a 35-0 lead.
GREEN BAY -  7  7 14  7 - 35
DETROIT   -  0  0  0 14 - 14
1st - GB - Goodnight, 5-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
2nd - GB - Fritsch, 2-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 14-0
3rd - GB - Luhn, 8-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 21-0
3rd - GB - Goodnight, 10-yard pass from Jacobs (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 28-0
4th - GB - Schlinkman, 2-yard run (Cuff kick) GREEN BAY 35-0
4th - D - Ralph Heywood, 6-yd pass fr Joe Margucci (Roy Zimmerman kick) GB 35-7
4th - DET - Bob Westfall, 1-yard run (Zimmerman kick) GREEN BAY 35-14
December 14: Philadelphia (8-4) 28, Green Bay (6-5-1) 14
(PHILADELPHIA) - Steve Van Buren electrified a disappointing turnout of 24,216 fans by scoring three touchdowns and establishing a new NFL single-season rushing record, leading the Eagles to a tie for the Eastern Division title with Pittsburgh. Van Buren tallied the first three Eagle touchdowns and gained a total of 96 yards to run his season figure to 1,008 yards, thus eclipsing the previous high of 1,004 gained by Beattie Feathers of the 1934 Chicago Bears. Van Buren, however, has made 100 more carriers than 
PICTURED ABOVE
Top - The Rosters for the Packers-Lions game on October 26th
Next Three Photos - The Packers in action versus the Chicago Bears on September 28th
Next - Rockwood Lodge, the training camp facility for the 1947 Packers
Bottom - Something you will not find today...an ad for Packer Season Tickets
(SOURCE: Packerville.blogspot.com)
Feathers. Jack Jacobs passed for both Packer touchdowns.
GREEN BAY    -  0  7  7  0 - 14
PHILADELPHIA -  7  7 14  0 - 28
1st - PHIL - Steve Van Buren, 1-yard run (Cliff Patton kick) PHILADELPHIA 7-0
2nd - GB - Luhn, 17-yard pass from Jacobs (Fritsch kick) TIED 7-7
2nd - PHIL - Van Buren, 3-yard run (Patton kick) PHILADELPHIA 14-7
3rd - PHIL - Van Buren, 38-yard run (Patton kick) PHILADELPHIA 21-7
3rd - GB - Goodnight, 11-yard pass from Jacobs (McKay kick) PHIL 21-14
3rd - PHIL - Pete Pihos, 66-yd pass fr Tommy Thompson (Patton kick) PHIL 28-14