goal posts and about 5 yards beyond. The kick was better than 50 yards and gave the crowd some cause for enthusiasm, even some of the staid old politicians from Chicago who occupied seats in the press box were gasping when the ball sailed over the posts.
LOOKED LIKE A WIN
From that time until later in the final quarter it looked as if those 3 points were going to enable the Packers to win a memorable victory over their ancient enemies, for with Lewellen punting as he was and with the Green Bay line playing such stellar ball, about the only thing which could lose for the Packers was a bad break. In speaking of the work of the line one can say that without exaggeration that every man in the forward wall distinguished his opponent and to say that the work of any one man stood out over that of another would be an injustice to some one of the other fellows who played so superbly and whose performance was a fine exhibition of team play. But the break finally did come, as it has on so many previous occasions when the Packers have attempted to wrest a victory over the Bears. In the final quarter, injuries had forced several of the Packer players out of the lineup including Purdy who seemed to be the particular object of most of the Bears' "dirty" tactics. Captain Lambeau went back into the game at quarterback in Pid's place. Driscoll punted and Curly caught the very slippery ball and ran it back to the 23 yard line. As he was tackled hard the ball shot out from his grasp and a Bear man fell on it. On a couple of plays the Bears made a first down.
Then on two attempts to carry the ball they lost 1 yard. On the third down with 11 yards to go for a first down and about 12 to the goal line Driscoll passed to Halas for a 6 yard gain. This brought the ball about 6 yards from the goal and about 12 yards from the sideline, a very difficult angle at which to kick a field goal. When Paddy got back in kick formation most people figured he would attempt another pass but when the ball came back from center Paddy, standing on about the Packers' 20-yard line let loose with a kick. The ball traveled straight for the posts and cleared them nicely. It was a beautiful kick and one for which plenty of credit must be given to the kicker but at the same time a kick which would be made on very, very few occasions when one considers the poor condition of the field. But it seems that it's always just such kind of kicks which seemed destined to cheat the Packers out of victories over any team which Paddy Driscoll plays with. The game was played before a large crowd and netted a considerable sum to the Carr fund. Numbered among those present were scores of people prominent in Chicago political and social life, some of whom had never seen a football game before. Beside the grid exhibition there were speeches galore and lots of other things. It was a great success but it certainly would have been more so from our way of thinking had we won the game which should have been ours by at least the margin of Pid Purdy's goal kick.
GREEN BAY - 0 0 3 0 - 3
CHI BEARS - 0 0 0 3 - 3
3rd - GB - Purdy, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
4th - CHI - Driscoll, 20-yard field goal TIED 3-3