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Ex-Packers Joe Francis, Harry Schuh die

6:39 PM, May 31, 2013
From left, Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Joe Francis, Babe Parilli, Bart Starr and Lamar McHan in 1959. Tom Martin photo courtesy of the Carolyn Moes collection
From left, Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Joe Francis, Babe Parilli, Bart Starr and Lamar McHan in 1959. Tom Martin photo courtesy of the Carolyn Moes collection
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Two former Green Bay Packers players, quarterback Joe Francis and tackle Harry Schuh, died recently.Joe Francis

Francis was the Packers' third-string quarterback in 1958 and 1959. He died April 15 at his home in Kaneohe, Hawaii. He was 76.

A halfback at Oregon State, the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder was drafted by the Packers in the fifth round of the 1958 draft. He played in all 24 games over two seasons in Green Bay, starting one. He played behind Babe Parilli and Bart Starr in 1958 and Lamar McHan and Starr in 1959. ...

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