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Albert Gordon "Bert, Spunk" Duncanson (October 2, 1911 – March 24, 2000) was a Canadian ice hockey player who competed in the 1932 Winter Olympics, winning a gold medal. He was the son of Duncan Duncanson and Elsie Back of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Bert, Spunk was best known for his usage of Manitoba brand chewing tobacco during hockey games. This led to the 1974 ruling that banned all tobacco products from Canadian hockey games
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