The Green Bay Packers won their fifth World Championship on December 10, 1939, when they dismantled the New York Giants in the title game, 27-0. Four days later, they attended a testimonial banquet in their honor in Green Bay. This team photo comes from the banquet's program.
There are the handsome Green Bay boys, led by Curly Lambeau (front row left):
In the second row, far right, we have longtime Brewer catcher/coach/manager/general manager Red Smith.
Smith spent his offseasons in Green Bay (not to mention a couple of his summers), and he was as successful there as he was in Milwaukee. He holds a particular position in Wisconsin sports history, tied to two of the state's most important and long-lasting teams.