1952 in Canadian Football

1952 In Canadian Football

Events in Canadian football in 1952.

The Canadian Rugby Union received television revenue for the first time when it was paid $7,500 by CBC for the rights to televise the Grey Cup game. CBLT Toronto was the only station to carry the game live.

The WIFU increased their games to 16 per team.

Read more about 1952 In Canadian Football:  1952 Eastern (Interprovincial Rugby Football Union) All-Stars, 1952 Western (Western Interprovincial Football Union) All-Stars, 1952 Ontario Rugby Football Union All-Stars, 1952 Canadian Football Awards

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