(SAN FRANCISCO) - The Green Bay Packers ended
another poor season Sunday with a 30-14 loss to the
San Francisco Forty-Niners before 20,797 fans. The
defeat put the Packers in a tie with the 49ers for next
to last place in the National Conference with 3-9 each.
Southpaw quarterback Frank Albert led the 49ers as
they avenged last month's 25-21 loss on a snow-swept
field in Green Bay. The Californians scored a touchdown
and a field goal in the first period to take the lead, 
pushed over two more tallies in the second and scored
once more in the final period. The Packers took a short-
lived advantage early on a brilliant touchdown pass from
quarterback Tobin Rote to halfback Billy Grimes, who 
ran 96 yards. The Packers also counted in the third
period on a pass from Rote to Steve Pritko in the end
The first touchdown was the most thrilling of the game.
The Packers were backed up against their own goal
and Rote's toss was out in the right flat as the team had
spread out to give Grimes several blockers. All executed
their assignment perfectly and Grimes, cutting back 
through the middle, darted down the middle, darted
down the field to outspeed all would-be tacklers. Paul
Christman kicked the conversion. San Francisco came
right back with Albert mixing up his plays to work the
ball 63 yards. Halfback John Stzykalski ran the last
seven yards. A little later Gordon Soltau booted a 21-
yard field goal to give the 49ers a 10-7 margin. The
winners counted in the following period by recovering
a Packer fumble. Pritko caught Rote's pass but
bobbled it and Sam Cathcart recovered the ball in
midair. From the 10 Albert threw to fullback Joe Perry.
Bob Summerhays of the Packers tried to bat the ball
but deflected it into Perry's hands on the goal line.
The 49ers counted again just before the half when
Perry smashed through the line and ran 77 yards to
give the 49ers a 24-7 margin. Green Bay scored in the
third period after Summerhays recovered a fumble on
the Frisco 49-yard line. Rote completed three passes
and wound up tossing the payoff to Pritko. Ted Fritsch
converted. The 49ers wound up the scoring in the final
period after putting the ball into play on the Packers'
22 through an intercepted pass. Albert tossed to
halfback Fred Gehrke in the end zone.
GREEN BAY     -  7  0  7  0 - 14
SAN FRANCISCO - 10 14  0  6 - 30
1st - GB - Grimes, 96-yard pass from Rote (Christman
kick) GREEN BAY 7-0
1st - SF - Strzykalski, 7-yard run (Gordie Soltau kick)
TIED 7-7
1st - SF - Soltau, 21-yard field goal SAN FRANCISCO
2nd - SF - Joe Perry, 10-yard pass from Frankie Albert
(Soltau kick) SAN FRANCISCO 17-7
2nd - SF - Perry, 78-yard run (Jack Nix pass from
Albert) SAN FRANCISCO 24-7
3rd - GB - Pritko, 3-yard pass from Rote (Fritsch
kick) SAN FRAN 24-14
4th - SF - Fred Gehrke, 4-yard pass from Albert (Kick
failed) SAN FRANCISCO 30-14

DECEMBER 12 (New York) - Fullback Marion Motley
of the Cleveland Browns and end Tom Fears of the Los
Angeles Rams were the outstanding choices on the
1950 United Press NFL All-Star team announced
today. The team, selected by United Press writers
who covered the NFL throughout the season, was
made up of three members each from the Browns
and Chicago Bears, playoff contenders in opposite
divisions of the league, and one each from the New
York Giants, Detroit Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers, Green
Bay Packers and Rams. Motley, end Mac Speedie
and guard Bill Willis were the Browns chosen, while
quarterback Johnny Lujack, tackle George Connor
and guard Dick Barwegan were selected from the
Bears. Two of the All-Star choices were rookies.
There were halfback Doak Walker of the Lions, the
former SMU star who led the NFL in scoring this
season, and center Clayton Tonnemaker of the Green Bay Packers, the sturdy former Minnesota linebacker.
#74 Joe Perry gains yardage against Packers #74 Rebel Steiner and #35 Clayton Tonnemaker
San Francisco 49ers (3-9) 30, Green Bay Packers (3-9) 14
Sunday December 10th 1950 (at San Francisco)