Sport: Who Won, Dec. 18, 1939

> Wisconsin's Green Bay Packers: the annual post-season play-off for the national professional football championship; crushing the New York Giants, defending champions, 27-to-0; before a capacity crowd of 32,000, some of whom paid $30 a pair for their seats; at State Fair Grounds, Milwaukee. Held in nearby Milwaukee because Green Bay's Stadium could seat only 23,000, the game's $83,000 gate assured each victorious Packer $704, each Giant $456.

> Chicago's Walter Jacobs & Albert Weiss: the open pair championship of the American Contract Bridge League, outplaying in other pairs of top-notch players from 21...

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