|Nickname(s)||"Tip", "Jack", "The Toe"|
|Born:||November 30, 1927|
Fort Erie, Ontario
|Died:||November 25, 2007 79) (aged|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Weight||200 lb (91 kg)|
|1951–1955||Hamilton Tiger Cats|
|Career highlights and awards|
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