20th Grey Cup

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20th Grey Cup
Regina Roughriders Hamilton Tigers
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Hamilton Tigers 979025
DateDecember 3, 1932
Stadium Civic Stadium
Location Hamilton
Attendance4,806

The 20th Grey Cup was played on December 3, 1932, before 4,806 fans at the Civic Stadium at Hamilton.

The Hamilton Tigers defeated the Regina Roughriders 25 to 6.


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