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Hank Bruder

Packers Hall of Fame

Inducted 1972

Former Northwestern University star Hank Bruder was a valuable contributor to the Packer championships of 1931, ‘36 and ‘39.

The 6’0”, 190-pound Bruder scored the lone touchdown when the Packers beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 7-0 in 1931. Bruder was injured much of the 1933 season. One of his best games as a Packer was in 1934, He scored three touchdowns and kicked four extra points as the Packers beat the Cincinnati Red Legs 41-0. 

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Packers Hall of Fame player Hank Bruder