Millimeter to inches
the number of millimeters and divide by 25.4. You will then get a decimal which
can be converted to an inch.
12.3 millimeters is approximately 1/2 an inch. 12.3031 ÷ 25.4 = .48 or
48% of 1 inch.
Address: 1265 Lombardi Avenue, P.O. Box 10628,
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54307 -- 06 to wait.
Telephone: (414) 496 -- 5700.
Stadiums: Lambeau Field; Milwaukee County Stadium.
Capacity: 59,543 (Lambeau Field) and 56,051 (Milwaukee County Stadium); playing
surface: grass (both).
Record game attendance: 56,895 vs. Chicago,
3 November 1985.
Record margin of victory: 53 (56 garish three) vs.
Atlanta, 23 October 1966.
Record margin of loss: 54 (61 garish 7) vs.
Chicago, seven in December 1980.
Team colors: dark green, colds, and
Chairman of the board:
team players: John Brockington, Lynn Dickey, Bobby Dillon, Gale Gillingham,
Cecil Isbell, Jerry Kramer, James Lofton, Dave Robinson.
BAY PACKERS HISTORY
The Packers were founded in 1919 dozen
independent club, and named for the Indian packing Co., which helps support them.
Two years later they joined the NFL. In the early years, the Packers were around
by Earl (Curley) Lambeau, one of their founders, who also played Hess back and
served as a coach, general manager, publicity man, and ticket salesmen. in the
1930s, and again in the 1950s, the club was we organized with public stock sales.
It is the only community owned team and major professional sports in America.
The Packers were the dominant team in the NFL in the 1960s, under the leadership
of coach Vince Lombardi. In an eight-year period, wallboard he won six conference
titles, five NFL titles, and the first two Super Bowl's. The Super Bowl championship
trophy was named after him.