I don't know exactly, but he was quite tall.
Earl "Curly" Lambeau was the Green Bay Packers (ACME Packers) first coach. He coached the team from 1919 to 1949.
Earl "Curly" Lambeau
The stadium is called Lambeau Field. It was named after their long time head coach Curly Lambeau.
Earl "Curly" Lambeau
Curly Lambeau i am not sure if that's how u spell Curly though sorry
for twenty nine years (from 1959 to 1988)
If this question can be answered, the Packers were orignally called the Indians, for part of the 1919 season after the Indian Meat Packing Company in Green Bay that put up the money for equipment and uniforms. Later in the same season Lambeau (an employee of the meat packing company) called his team the Packers. It has been the Packers ever since.
Earl (Curly) Lambeau, with 231 Wins, 108 Losses, 21 Ties, and 6 Titles
In 1919, co founder and player/coach Curly Lambeau sought sponsership from his employer, the Indian Packing Company(later bought by Acme). He received $500 on condition he named the team after the company.
That was Curly Lambeau who had a 10-13-1 record for those two seasons. Those were the only two seasons he spent as head coach of the Redskins. Lambeau is better known for spending 29 seasons (1921-1949) as head coach of the Green Bay Packers. The stadium where the Packers play their home games is named after him (Lambeau Field).
The correct answer is The Indian Packing Company Indians. The team was sponsored by Coach Curly Lambeau's employer : the Indian Packing Company. Although originally called the Indians, by the end of the first year, the local newspapers were already calling them the Packers. The Indian Packing Company Packers then became the Acme Packers when the Acme Packing Company bought out the Indian Packing company. When the Acme Packing Company stopped sponsoring the team, they became the Green Bay Packers. They have been nicknamed the Bays, the Blues, the Big Bay blues, The Pack and the Green and Gold. But none of these nicknames has ever been the offical name of the team.