Monday, January 18, 2010

Packers Beat... 

Davenport Democrat
And Leader

Tuesday, Sep 29, 1925

Appleton
Post-Crescent

Monday, Oct 12, 1925

Appleton
Post-Crescent

Monday, Oct 19, 1925

Appleton
Post-Crescent

Monday, Oct 26, 1925


Monday, January 11, 2010

October In 1935 Milwaukee... 


1935 Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Cardinals in Milwaukee.


Here's a cool picture (not sure where it's from, had it saved for a while) from 1935 featuring the Green Bay Packers playing the Chicago Cardinals. Well, it's cool because according to Packers Uniforms this was the first year the Packers broke away from wearing the Blue N Gold and went to the color scheme of green. The experiment lasted two years as the Packers went back to the Curly Lambeau Classic Blue N Gold uniforms.

The other interesting tidbit about this picture, besides the Cardinals in Red and Light Blue, is that although the Packers finished 8-4 that year, the Cardinals beat them in Green Bay 7-6, in Milwaukee 3-0, and in Chicago 9-7. A trifecta beatdown, and although the background in the picture looks like September in Green Bay, with golden shoulders on the uniforms a mid-season change, it's likely to be the October game in Milwaukee rather than the November one in Chicago.

Hey wait... that kind of sucks, losing 3 times to the Cardinals. So why mention it? It has to with lessons learned, knowledge gained, revenge satisfied. In the following 1936 season, the Packers won the NFL Championship with a 10-1-1 record, at the time their 4th over-all, and yeah, they beat the Cardinals twice, tied them (the infamous 0-0 game) on the last game of the year. So I don't know, the chance to rebound after a near-miss successful year, it's something to look forward too... I guess. It's been done many times since the Packers did it in the 1930's. While heading into the off-season, at least we fans have that much going for us.

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Packers Beat Bears... 


Wisc. Rapids
Daily Tribune

Monday, Dec 09, 1929


The Ironwood
Daily Globe

Monday, Nov 10, 1930


The Sheboygan
Press

Monday, Nov 08, 1937

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Packers Beat Vikings... 


Oshkosh
Northwestern

Monday, Oct 23, 1961


Appleton
Post-Crescent

Monday, Nov 22, 1965


Winona
Daily News

Monday, Dec 11, 1972

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Packers Trade For Brett Favre... 


Ironwood Daily Globe
Feb 12, 1992


Stars and Stripes
Feb 13, 1992


Atchison Globe, KS
Dec 28, 1990


Aiken Standard, SC
Feb 16, 1992

Friday, November 23, 2007

Packers Beat Cowboys... 


Stevens Point
Daily Journal, WI

Monday, Nov 14, 1960


The Cumberland
News, MD

Monday, Jan 1, 1968


The Ironwood
Daily Globe, MI

Monday, Oct 9, 1989

Monday, November 19, 2007

Packers Beat Lions... 


Wisconsin State
Journal

Monday, Nov 25, 1940


Wisconsin Rapids
Daily Tribune

Friday, Nov 27, 1959


The Daily
Globe, MI

Friday, Nov 28, 1986

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Packers Beat Eagles... 


Stevens Point
Daily Journal

Monday, Oct 30, 1933


Appleton Sports
Crescent

Monday, Nov 12, 1962


The Sports
Intelligencer

Monday, Nov 16, 1992

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Packers Beat Steelers... 


Ironwood Daily
Globe, MI

Monday, Oct 7, 1935


Wisconsin Rapids
Daily Tribune

Monday, Nov 24, 1941


North Hills
News Record

Monday, Sept 28, 1992


Nutty Can Take It...



Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Presenting The "Ice Bowl" 




The legendary Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys "Ice Bowl", at the time a NFL Championship game, is something that I thought that always summed up everything that Packers football and Wisconsin weather can achieve in bone-chilling weather, a Packers win. This game is one of the NFL's greatest ever, so when I ended up gathering some newly found pictures on the internet to go with those found long ago, it was time to bring them to Packer Palace for display. So for your viewing pleasure, click on the above pic for the 4 different angled shots of the play where Bart Starr takes it upon himself and QB sneaked forever his way into Packers history, and 1 great picture of the fans tearing down the goalposts after the game. So Sweet!

Be Pack 4 Life!

Friday, June 29, 2007

Packers Beat Giants... 


The Albuquerque
Journal

Monday, Jan 1, 1962


Waterloo
Daily Courier

Monday, Dec 31, 1962

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Packers Beat Steelers... 


The Blizzard, PA
Marion Star, OH

Monday, Oct 8, 1951


The Daily
Northwestern

Monday, Sep 20, 1965


Post Standard
Syracuse, NY

Monday, Dec 25, 1995

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Packers Beat Patriots... XXXI 


The Intelligencer
Record Sports

Monday, Jan 27, 1997





The Intelligencer
Record Sports

Monday, Jan 27, 1997

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Packers Beat Bears... 


Burlington
Times-News

Monday, Nov 3, 1941


Long Beach
Independent

Monday, Oct 3, 1955


Long Beach
Independent

Monday, Oct 2, 1961

Packers Beat Colts... 


The Long
Beach Independent

Monday, Oct 19, 1953


Wisconsin Rapids
Daily Tribune

Monday, Oct 9, 1961


The Newport
Daily News

Monday, Dec 27, 1965

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

A Photographer Like Me... 




So this is one of my favorite Christmas Presents this year.  A previously framed photo from an Appleby's in Milwaukee (Thanks Bro') that shows what I believe to be is Mike McCoy (on the left) with Willie Buchanon (with ball) returning an interception 77 yards for a touchdown back in 1978.  If I was a photographer standing at the goal-line watching the game, I can't imagine myself doing anything else but exactly what this young man was doing.  Arms straight up in the air while cheering for the Packers.  Taking a picture, or cheering for the Pack?  Hmmmmmmm, like I said, he's A Photographer Like Me...

BeerKid - Still Pack 4 Life!

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Packers Beat Bears... 


Appleton
Post-Crescent

Monday, Sep 30, 1929


The Sheboygan
Press

Monday, Oct 2, 1950


Florence
Morning News

Monday, Dec 15, 1969


Saturday, December 23, 2006

Packers Beat Bears... 


Stevens Point
Daily Journal

Monday, Oct 22, 1928


Burlington N.C.
Daily Time-News

Monday, Oct 17, 1932


The Charleston
Gazette Sports

Monday, Sept 29, 1947


Remembering Don Hutson...


Here's an old story by Jim Culberson published back in 1945 by the Portsmouth N.H. Herald the friday before Don Hutson and the Green Bay Packers came to Boston to play the Yanks.  Yes, you read that right, the Green Bay Packers ended up beating the Boston Yanks the following Sunday 28-0.

Don Hutson lead the Packers in scoring and TD's for 11 straight seasons from 1935-1945, he lead the NFL in scoring 5 straight years from 1940-44, and ended up with 105 career TD's for the Green Bay Packers.


BeerKid - Still Pack 4 Life!

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Packers Beat Lions... 


Charleston Gazette
Sports

Monday, Nov 30, 1936


Wisconsin Rapids
Daily Tribune

Monday, Nov 30, 1940


The Sheboygan
Press

Monday, Oct 30, 1944

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Packers Beat Cards... 


Stevens Point Daily Journal
Monday, Oct 15, 1928


Portsmouth Ohio Times
Monday, Oct 5, 1936


Charleston Gazette
Monday, Nov 2, 1942


Saturday, October 14, 2006

Remembering George... 

George W. Calhoun, a man that we here at Packer Palace are trying to model our lives on, the first one to really push the idea of Green Bay Packer Football and heavy drinking.  Here's one for you George!!!  May your name always be remembered in the annals of Packer lore.
  Cal went on the road with the Packers as traveling secretary and publicity man.  He treated the big city sports editors just like he did the boys in John Coppes saloon.  And they ate it up. First thing he'd do when he arrived in town was order multiple cases of beer and cakes of ice and fill his bathtub with both.  Then he'd get on the phone, to Red Smith at the Herald-Tribune, Art Daley at the New York Times.  "The Packers are in town: the beer's in the tub; come on over."

Cal's hotel room would be the mecca for all the famous sports figures while the Packers were in town.  And next day the New York Times would carry a full column by Daley on "The Big Bay Blues, The Professional Lindbergh Team With the College Spirit, The Davids of the Sports World," all spoon-fed to the writer by Cal.  Other pro teams were lucky in those days to get a paragraph in the Times when they came to town.


from the obituary for George W. Calhoun by John Torinus of the Appleton Post-Crescent.

Appleton Post-Crescent
Sunday, Dec 15, 1963


Winnipeg Free Press
Thursday, Dec 28, 1961


Thursday, October 05, 2006

Packers Beat Rams...  



Appleton Post-Crescent
Monday, Oct 31, 1938


Sheboygan Press
Monday, Nov 13, 1944


Sheboygan Press
Monday, Oct 22, 1956


Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Packers Beat Eagles...


Ironwood Daily Globe
Monday, Nov 15, 1937


Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Monday, Oct 14, 1946


The Charleston Gazette
Monday, Oct 15, 1951


Friday, September 22, 2006


Packers Beat Lions...


The Daily Northwestern
Monday, Oct 10, 1932


Oshkosh Daily Northwestern
Monday, Oct 23, 1939


The Sheboygan Press
Monday, Sept 15, 1941


Saturday, September 06, 2006

Packers Beat Bears... 


Ironwood Daily Globe
Monday, Sept 23, 1935


Helena Independent Record
Monday, Sept 25, 1944


Appleton Post Crescent
Monday, Dec 5, 1960

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Vintage SuperBowl Cartoons... 




Packers vs. Chiefs SB I
Jan 1967

Packers vs. Chiefs SB I
Jan 1967


Packer vs. Raiders SB II
Jan. 1968

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Packers Beat Bears... 


Davenport Democrat & Leader
Monday, Sept 28, 1925


Appleton Post-Crescent
Monday, Nov 2, 1931


Wisc. Rapids Daily Tribune
Monday, Sept 28, 1959

Friday, February 24, 2006

Pack Wins One, Two... 


Ironwood Daily Globe
Monday, Dec 9, 1929

Albert Lea Evening Tribune
Monday, Dec 9, 1929

Ironwood Daily Globe
Monday, Dec 15, 1930


...And Three!


The Danville Bee
Monday, Dec 7, 1931

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Saturday, Nov 14, 1931


Port Arthur News
Monday, Dec 15, 1931

Van Wert Daily Bulletin
Monday, Dec 7, 1931

Monday, February 20, 2006

Pack Wins Four, Five, Six... 


Lincoln State Journal
Monday, Dec 14, 1936

Stevens Point Daily Journal
Monday, Dec 11, 1939

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Monday, Dec 18, 1944


Sunday, February 19, 2006

Vince Foils Thief... 


Daily Northwestern
Tuesday, Jan 2, 1968

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Thursday, Oct 27, 1932

Manitowoc Herald-Times
Thursday, Aug 10, 1967

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Pack Have Good Day... 


Sunday, January 29, 2006

1968 - Packers 33  Raiders 14 








1967 - Packers 35  Chiefs 10





1966 - Packers 23  Browns 12



Sunday, January 15, 2006


Super Trophy To Be Awarded... 






Thursday, December 01, 2005

Bears Humble Packers... 


Saturday, July 30, 2005

Sports Pages From The Past... 


Saturday, July 17, 2004

Green Bay, 1968... 


      

Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Introducing The Acme Packers... 


Go, you Packers, go and get 'em.  Go, you fighting fools, upset 'em.
Smash their line with all your might,  a touchdown, Packers, fight fight fight!
Fight on, you Blue and Gold, you glory,  win this game, the same old story.
Fight, you Packers, fight,  and bring the bacon home to old Green Bay.

Saturday, July 10, 2004

Burning Down The House... 


Tuesday, July 06, 2004

Packers "Given The Gate" 


Tuesday, July 06, 2004

Packers Kick Racine... 


Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Hank And Herb... 


From the Packers.Com website, "Letters To Lee Remmel" article.

Lee:  I have been reading your comments for almost sixty years and I am convinced that nobody in any professional sport knows more about his/her team than you!  What is your favorite Hank Gremminger story?  I am a Green Bay native but my wife and I now live in a house built by Hank.  Also, Hank was our County Commissioner when he died a few years ago. - John (Weatherford, TX)


This isn't the actual photo of Hank scoring his TD against the Vikings, but both he and Herb Adderly will be forever remembered here at Packer Palace for snatching victory away from Minnesota Vikings.
   LR:  John, my favorite story about Hank Gremminger involves the most productive play of his 10-year Green Bay career.  The circumstances were:  The Packers, playing the Vikings at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minn., on October 13, 1963, held a tenuous 30-28 lead with 2 minutes remaining in the game.  But the Vikings were then at the Green Bay 3-yard line and lining up for a "gimmee" -- and presumably game-winning -- field goal by Fred Cox.  Fortuitously, Packers cornerback Herb Adderley swept through to block the kick and Hank alertly pounced upon the loose football and raced 60 yards to a decisive touchdown -- the only touchdown, incidentally, of his NFL career.  Jerry Kramer kicked the extra point and the Packers prevailed, 37-28. 

Flog Me Again


We would be amiss if we didn't include a picture of Herb, check out the Sports Attic for more.

Wednesday, March 03, 2004

As Seen Live At Lambeau... 


   

...Gwyn and Friends!



Dancing in the stands after the Packers clinch the NFC North for the 2nd year in a row.
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