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1967 NFL Championship Game Program, "The Ice Bowl"

1967 NFL Championship Game Packers vs. Cowboys Program - Known as the Ice Bowl. One of the most significant and historic programs of the gridiron, this high-quality publication came straight from Lambeau Field and the Ice Bowl.

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1967 NFL Championship Game Packers vs. Cowboys Program - Known as the Ice Bowl. One of the most significant and historic programs of the gridiron, this high-quality publication came straight from Lambeau Field and the Ice Bowl. A beautiful example, this piece survived the elements miraculously, while only minor wear is exhibited, rating a solid Extremely Fine (EX) quality throughout. Completely intact, with its center page loose and tight binding, this one is a keeper. 

A rematch between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers, the game was played at the hallowed grounds of Lambeau Field. Game time temperatures were -13 degrees below zero with a wind chill factor hovering between -40 and -50 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperatures were so horrid that the use of whistles was suspended after becoming frozen to the referee's lips following the initial kickoff. The game itself was nearly as epic as the weather conditions, with the Packers prevailing for the second year in a row on a dramatic unannounced quarterback sneak for a touchdown by Bart Starr.

Includes dozens of black-and-white photos, statistics, player profiles of the Cowboys and Packers and a preview of that day's title contest at Lambeau Field (won by the Packers 21-17 in perhaps the most storied game in the history of the National Football League).

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