4th Grey Cup

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4th Grey Cup
Toronto Argonauts Hamilton Alerts
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DateNovember 30, 1912
Stadium AAA Grounds
Location Hamilton
Attendance5,337

The 4th Grey Cup was played on November 30, 1912, before 5,337 fans at the AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario.

The Hamilton Alerts defeated the Toronto Argonauts 11–4 to win their only Grey Cup.


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