Alfred "Cap" Fear

Inducted in 1967

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Amateur Team: Toronto Centreal YMCA Juniors

Alfred (Cap) Fear started his Canadian football career with the Toronto Central YMCA Juniors, and played on the squad with future Canadian Football Hall of Famers Lionel Conacher and Harry Batstone.

       Fear was a great outside wing who helped his teams win six Interprovincial Rugby Football Union (big four) championships, and three Grey Cup championships. The Toronto Argonauts lost only one game during the 1921-1922 seasons. Fear was an All-Eastern All-Star six times during his career, and was named to the Hamilton best of the century All-Star team for the amateur era.

       In addition to football, Fear participated in hockey, was a runner-up Welterweight champion of Canada in boxing and stroked for the Argonaut Rowing Club. He stroked the eights and fours to Canadian Henley Regatta championships on the same day.


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Amateur Team: Toronto Centreal YMCA Juniors



Playing Career
Toronto Argonauts
1919 - 1925
Montreal Winged Wheelers
1927
Hamilton Tigers
1928 - 1932

Awards/Honours

—Grey Cup Participation
1920, 1921, 1928, 1929

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1921, 1928, 1929


Class of 1967
—Carl Cronin
—Alfred "Cap" Fear
—James McCaffrey