George Halas was a player and coach of the team in 1920 and took over control in 1921. He was a player, coach, and owner of the Bears from 1921 until he retired as a player after the 1928 season.
George Halas announced his retirement as coach of the Bears on May 27, 1968.
George Halas was the Bears' original coach, dating to their first season as the Decatur Staleys in 1920.
GSH stands for George Stanley Halas if that's what you're wondering. (He was a player, coach, and owner of the Bears)
In honor of George S. Halas, a former player, coach and owner of the Chicago Bears.
It was the monogram of George Stanley Halas, the Bears' owner and head coach. The Bears began wearing the initials on their jerseys after Halas' death in 1983.
Virginia Halas McCaskey, daughter of the legendary Bears coach and owner George Halas, gained ownership of the team after the death of her father in 1983.
George Halas. Halas coached the franchise for 40 years (1920-1929, 1933-1942, 1946-1955, 1958-1967).
It stands for George Stanley Halas, founder, owner, player, and head coach. GSH first appeared in the 1984 season following Halas' death on October 31, 1983.