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2nd Grey Cup

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2nd Grey Cup

The 2nd Grey Cup was played on November 26, 1910, before 12,000 fans at A.A.A. Grounds at Hamilton.

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated the Hamilton Tigers 16 to 7.

Game summary

U. of Toronto Varsity Blues (16) - TDs, Red Dixon, Jack Maynard; cons., Maynard; singles, Hugh Gall (2), Dixon (2), Maynard.

Hamilton Tigers (7) - FG, Kid Smith; singles, Ben Simpson (3), Smith.

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2nd Grey Cup University of Toronto Varsity Blues

  • President G.A. Kingston * Manager J.B. McDonald * Head Coach Harry Griffith

Players - * H.G. Kennedy * Lew Cory * Bob Thompson * Frank Park * Pete German * Bob Grass * Jack Maynar * P. Gardner * Ewart "Reddy" Dixon * Jack Lajoie * Elloit Greene * E. Murray Thomson * Stan Clark * H.M. Dawson * Jim Bell * A.V. Leonard * Charlie Gage * J.L. Carroll

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