Philadelphia 34, PITTSBURGH 13
LOS ANGELES 23, San Fran 16
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      5  1 0 158  77 Chi Bears      5  1 0 137  99
NY Giants      4  1 1 152 110 Los Angeles    4  2 0 172 133
Philadelphia   3  3 0 143 131 Detroit        3  2 1 164 123
Washington     2  4 0  65 168 GREEN BAY      3  3 0 138 167
Pittsburgh     1  4 1 111 141 San Francisco  3  3 0 133 108
Chi Cards      1  5 0  90 128 NY Yanks       0  5 1 127 205
WEEK SEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11
LOS ANGELES 45, Cards 21
Detroit 41, CHI BEARS 28
PITTSBURGH 28, Green Bay 7
SAN FRAN 19, NY Yanks 14
GIANTS 28, Washington 14
CLEVELAND 20, Philadelphia 17
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      6  1 0 178  94 Chi Bears      5  2 0 165 140
NY Giants      5  1 1 180 124 Los Angeles    5  2 0 217 154
Philadelphia   3  4 0 160 151 Detroit        4  2 1 205 151
Pittsburgh     2  4 1 139 148 San Francisco  4  3 0 152 122
Washington     2  5 0  79 196 GREEN BAY      3  4 0 145 195
Chi Cards      1  6 0 111 173 NY Yanks       0  6 1 141 224
WEEK EIGHT
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18
Cards 27, SAN FRANCISCO 21
Washington 22, PITTSBURGH 7
Cleveland 10, NY GIANTS 0
CHI BEARS 24, Green Bay 13
Detroit 28, PHILADELPHIA 10
LOS ANGELES 48, NY Yanks 21
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      7  1 0 188  94 Chi Bears      6  2 0 189 153
NY Giants      5  2 1 180 134 Los Angeles    6  2 0 265 175
Philadelphia   3  5 0 170 179 Detroit        5  2 1 233 161
Washington     3  5 0 101 203 San Francisco  4  4 0 173 149
Pittsburgh     2  5 1 146 170 GREEN BAY      3  5 0 158 219
Chi Cards      2  6 0 138 194 NY Yanks       0  7 1 162 272
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22
DETROIT 52, Green Bay 35
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25
Pittsburgh 17, PHILADELP 13
NY Giants 10, CHI CARDS 0
CLEVELAND 42, Chi Bears 21
WASHINGTON 31, Los Angeles 21
NY YANKS 10, S. Francisco 10 (T)
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      8  1 0 230 115 Detroit        6  2 1 285 196
NY Giants      6  2 1 190 134 Los Angeles    6  3 0 286 206
Washington     4  5 0 132 224 Chi Bears      6  3 0 210 195
Pittsburgh     3  5 1 163 183 San Francisco  4  4 1 183 159
Philadelphia   3  6 0 183 196 GREEN BAY      3  6 0 193 271
Chi Cards      2  7 0 138 204 NY Yanks       0  7 2 172 282
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2
CLEVELAND 49, Chi Cards 28
NY Yanks 31, GREEN BAY 28
Los Angeles 42, BEARS 17
NY GIANTS 14, Pittsburgh 0
Philadelphia 35, WASHINGTON 21
San Francisco 20, DETROIT 10
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      9  1 0 279 143 Los Angeles    7  3 0 328 223
NY Giants      7  2 1 204 134 Detroit        6  3 1 295 216
Washington     4  6 0 153 259 Chi Bears      6  4 0 227 237
Philadelphia   4  6 0 218 217 San Francisco  5  4 1 203 169
Pittsburgh     3  6 1 163 197 GREEN BAY      3  7 0 221 302
Chi Cards      2  8 0 166 253 NY Yanks       1  7 2 203 310
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 9
Chi Bears 45, NY YANKS 21
Cleveland 28, PITTSBURGH 0
Detroit 24, LOS ANGELES 22
Giants 23, PHILADELPHIA 7
SAN FRAN 31, Green Bay 19
Washington 20, CHI CARDS 17
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
X-Cleveland   10  1 0 307 143 Detroit        7  3 1 319 238
NY Giants      8  2 1 227 141 Los Angeles    7  4 0 350 247
Washington     5  6 0 173 276 Chi Bears      7  4 0 272 258
Philadelphia   4  7 0 225 240 San Francisco  6  4 1 234 188
Pittsburgh     3  7 1 163 225 GREEN BAY      3  8 0 240 333
Chi Cards      2  9 0 183 273 NY Yanks       1  8 2 224 355
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY DECEMBER 16
Chi Cards 24, CHI BEARS 14
Cleveland 24, PHILADEL. 9
SAN FRAN 21, Detroit 17
NY Giants 27, NY YANKS 17
LOS ANGELES 42, Green Bay 14
Pitt. 20, WASHINGTON 10
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
X-Cleveland   11  1 0 331 152 X-Los Angeles  8  4 0 392 261
NY Giants      9  2 1 254 161 Detroit        7  4 1 336 259
Washington     5  7 0 183 296 San Francisco  7  4 1 255 205
Pittsburgh     4  7 1 183 235 Chi Bears      7  5 0 286 282
Philadelphia   4  8 0 234 264 GREEN BAY      3  9 0 254 375
Chi Cards      3  9 0 210 287 NY Yanks       1  9 2 241 382
X-Clinched Division Title
1951 NFL TITLE (December 23 at Los Angeles)
LOS ANGELES RAMS (8-4) 24, CLEVELAND BROWNS (11-1) 17
FRANCHISES FOLDING IN 1951 :  Baltimore Colts
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28
LOS ANGELES 54, NY Yanks 14
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Chi Bears 31, GREEN BAY 20
SAN FRAN 24, Cleveland 10
Philadelphia 17, CARDS 14
DETROIT 35, Washington 17
MONDAY OCTOBER 1
PITTSBURGH 13, NY Giants 13 (T)
AMERICAN CONFERENCE             NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Philadelphia     1  0 0  17  14 Los Angeles    1  0 0  54  14
Pittsburgh       0  0 1  13  13 Detroit        1  0 0  35  17
NY Giants        0  0 1  13  13 San Francisco  1  0 0  24  10
Cleveland        0  1 0  10  24 Chi Bears      1  0 0  31  20
Chi Cards        0  1 0  14  17 GREEN BAY      0  1 0  20  31
Washington       0  1 0  17  35 NY Yanks       0  1 0  14  54
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY OCTOBER 6
PHILADELPHIA 21, San Francisco 14
SUNDAY OCTOBER 7
CHI CARDS 28, Chi Bears 14
NY Giants 35, WASHINGTON 14
Cleveland 38, LOS ANGELES 23
DETROIT 37, NY Yanks 10
Green Bay 35, Pittsburgh 33 at Milwaukee
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Philadelphia   2  0 0  38  28 Detroit        2  0 0  72  27
NY Giants      1  0 1  48  27 Los Angeles    1  1 0  77  52
Cleveland      1  1 0  48  47 San Francisco  1  1 0  38  31
Chi Cards      1  1 0  42  31 Chi Bears      1  1 0  45  48
Pittsburgh     0  1 1  46  48 GREEN BAY      1  1 0  55  64
Washington     0  2 0  31  70 NY Yanks       0  2 0  24  91
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
NY GIANTS 28, Chi Cards 17
Los Angeles 27, DETROIT 21
CHI BEARS 24, NY Yanks 21
CLEVELAND 45, Washington 0
GREEN BAY 37, Philadelphia 24
San Fran 28, PITTSBURGH 24
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
NY Giants      2  0 1  76  41 Detroit        2  1 0  93  54
Cleveland      2  1 0  93  47 Los Angeles    2  1 0 104  73
Philadelphia   2  1 0  62  65 San Francisco  2  1 0  66  55
Chi Cards      1  2 0  56  59 Chi Bears      2  1 0  69  69
Pittsburgh     0  2 1  70  76 GREEN BAY      2  1 0  92  88
Washington     0  3 0  31 115 NY Yanks       0  3 0  45 115
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
WASHINGTON 7, Chi Cards 3
GIANTS 26, Philadelphia 24
DETROIT 24, NY Yanks 24 (T)
CLEVELAND 17, Pittsburgh 0
BEARS 13, San Francisco 7
Los Angeles 28, GREEN BAY 0 at Milwaukee
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
NY Giants      3  0 1 102  65 Los Angeles    3  1 0 132  73
Cleveland      3  1 0 110  47 Chi Bears      3  1 0  82  76
Philadelphia   2  2 0  86  91 Detroit        2  1 1 117  78
Washington     1  3 0  38 118 San Francisco  2  2 0  73  68
Chi Cards      1  3 0  59  66 GREEN BAY      2  2 0  92 116
Pittsburgh     0  3 1  70  93 NY Yanks       0  3 1  69 139
WEEK FIVE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28
Chi Bears 28, DETROIT 23
Green Bay 29, NY YANKS 27
SAN FRAN 44, Los Angeles 17
CLEVELAND 14, NY Giants 13
Pittsburgh 28, CARDS 14
Washington 27, PHILADEL 23
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Cleveland      4  1 0 124  60 Chi Bears      4  1 0 110  99
NY Giants      3  1 1 115  79 Los Angeles    3  2 0 149 117
Philadelphia   2  3 0 109 118 San Francisco  3  2 0 117  85
Washington     2  3 0  65 141 GREEN BAY      3  2 0 121 143
Pittsburgh     1  3 1  98 107 Detroit        2  2 1 140 106
Chi Cards      1  4 0  73  94 NY Yanks       0  4 1  96 168
WEEK SIX
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4
Chi Bears 27, WASHINGTON 0
Cleveland 34, CHI CARDS 17
Detroit 24, GREEN BAY 17
NY GIANTS 37, NY Yanks 31
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY AUGUST 25
W-Edmonton 30, WINNIPEG 24 (9600) - Edmonton, which rushed for 306 yards, won in the last three minutes on a TD by HB Ray Enright after a thrilling game in which neither team held more than a six-point lead.
W-SASKATCHEWAN 8, Calgary 1 - A 20-yard FG in the first quarter by K Don Ettinger and five last-quarter kicks to the endline by QB Glenn Dobbs gave the Riders the win.
MONDAY AUGUST 27
W-SASKATCHEWAN 23, Edmonton 0 (6000) - Jack Russell led the Riders with two TDs, both on passes from Glenn Dobbs. Don Ettinger booted a FG and three converts and Ken Charlton added the third major.
W-WINNIPEG 34, Calgary 24 (9600) - After opening the scoring with an 18-yard TD run, Jack Jacobs tossed TDs to Andy Sokol, Armstrong, Johnny Stroppa. He also kicked a single.
Saskatch    2  0 0  31   1  4 Edmonton    1  1 0  30  47  2
Winnipeg    1  1 0  58  54  2 Calgary     0  2 0  25  42  0
WEEK TWO
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29
I-HAMILTON 37, Montreal 6 (14000) - George Ratterman, the Alouettes' $20,000 beauty, was forced to rush most of his 44 passes, of which one went for a touchdown, four were intercepted and 19 completed.
THURSDAY AUGUST 30
W-Saskatchewan 33, WINNIPEG 1 (9000) - Glenn Dobbs completed 13 of 22 pass attempts for 234 yards compared with Winnipeg's record of 166 yards. Don Ettinger intercepted three Bomber passes.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1
W-Edmonton 18, CALGARY 17 (8000) - Howard Hansen, Ray Knight and line-coach George Brown scored Edmonton touchdowns. Coach Annis Stukus went in and kicked two converts.
I-Toronto 36, OTTAWA 17 (15000) - Ulysses Curtis, Ron Smylie, Marvin Whaley, Billy Bass, Don Scott  and Dons Smylie scored TDs for the Argos, with mos Argo touchdowns coming on pass plays.
O-TORONTO 16, Windsor 0 (2000) - Ed Fisher and Andy Gilmour scored touchdowns for Beaches, while Howie French and Bruce Gillan each got a pair of singles.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3
I-HAMILTON 27, Toronto 6 (15000) - Joe Shinn got two TDs for Hamilton. Tip Logan and Russ Newman each got one. Bernie Custis tossed two TD passes, to Shinn and Logan. Logan converted all four TDs.
W-EDMONTON 5, Calgary 0 (12000) - Normie Kwong, a Calgary castoff,
scored all of Edmonton's points with an unconverted touchdown in the second quarter as Calgary absorbed its fourth straight defeat this season.
W-Winnipeg 24, SASKATCHEWAN 22 (10000) - Jack Jacobs fired TD passes to Bud Korchak, Ron Vaccher and Andy Sokol in the final eight minutes to hand the Riders their first loss.
O-SARNIA 15, Toronto 5 (4000) - John Duchene and Jack Glendinning scored TDs for the Imperials, while Johnny Chorestecki converted both and added a single in the opener for Sarnia.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   2  0 0  64  12  4 Saskatch    3  1 0  86  26  6 Sarnia      1  0 0  15   5  2
Toronto    1  1 0  42  44  2 Edmonton    3  1 0  53  64  6 Toronto     1  1 0  21  15  2
Montreal   0  1 0   6  37  0 Winnipeg    2  2 0  83 109  4 McMaster    0  0 0   0   0  0
Ottawa     0  1 0  17  36  0 Calgary     0  4 0  42  65  0 Windsor     0  1 0   0  16  0
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8
W-CALGARY 9, Saskatchewan 7 (8000) - A brilliant 90-yard KO return by Davey West gave the Stampeders their first win after a TD pass from Glenn Dobbs  to Jack Russell gave the Riders a 7-2 lead late in the game.
W-EDMONTON 35, Winnipeg 19 (11000) - Edmonton scored a TD on their second play of the game, as their powerful ground attack, aided by Frankie Filchock's passing, rolled over Winnipeg for almost 300 yards.
I-Hamilton 21, TORONTO 2 (23375) - Bernie Custis threw three TD passes to lead the Tiger-Cats to their third straight win, while Toronto lost RB Ulysses Curtis with a knee injury.
I-OTTAWA 13, Montreal 9 - Alton Baldwin hauled in two TD passes for the Riders, while Bob Gain added two converts and a single. Montreal's George Ratterman threw a TD pass to give the Als the early lead.
O-SARNIA 28, Windsor 1 - Sarnia used their running attack to pile up 23 first downs, while the Royals could only manage six. The Imperials did throw a pass until the game was well decided.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9
I-Ottawa 33, MONTREAL 8 - Howie Turner and Bob Simpson scored twice, and Bruce Cummings added another score, as the Riders romped to their second win in as many days over Montreal.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10
W-CALGARY 18, Winnipeg 12 (9000) - Capitalizing on a blocked kick late in the third quarter, Calgary hung on through the .final 15 minutes. Reg Clarkson was the big scorer for the Stamps, with two majors.
W-EDMONTON 31, Saskatchewan 6 (11000) - Norm Kwong, scored two touchdowns while Mike King, George Festeryga and Jim Chambers each got one for Eskimos, who ran for 196 yards and passed for 200 more.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   3  0 0  85  14  6 Edmonton    5  1 0 119  89 10 Sarnia      2  0 0  43   6  4
Ottawa     2  1 0  63  53  4 Saskatch    3  3 0  99  66  6 Toronto     1  1 0  21  15  2
Toronto    1  2 0  44  65  2 Winnipeg    2  4 0 114 162  4 McMaster    0  0 0   0   0  0
Montreal   0  3 0  23  83  0 Calgary     2  4 0  69  84  4 Windsor     0  2 0   1  44  0
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14
O-TORONTO 19, Sarnia 17 (3500) - Capitalizing on Sarnia's fumbles, Toronto scored three TDs, but it was four singles, all kicked by Howie French, that gave them the win.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15
W-Edmonton 30, CALGARY 15 (10000) - Jim Chambers scored twice to give the Eskimos a 6-point lead at the halfway point of the season. Mike King, Normie Kwong and Roland Miles scored the other Edmonton TDs.
W-Winnipeg 21, SASKATACHEWAN 12 (10000) - Bombers QB Jack Jacobs completed 19 of 33 passes for three TDs and 315 yards. Tom Casey caught two of the TD passes, and Neil Armstrong the other.
I-Montreal 8, TORONTO 6 (18200) - The Als rolled for 260 yards along the ground against 164 for Argos. Toronto QB Al Dekdebrun was intercepted four times in the loss.
I-HAMILTON 11, Ottawa 6 (15000) - Hamilton QB Bernie Custis won the game with a 5-yard run late. Ottawa QB Tom O'Malley completed 10 of 26 passes with one interception.
O-Toronto 27, WINDSOR 6 - Bobby Lee led the Beaches to the win with two TDs. Aubrey Magee added another score, while George Watson kicked all of the converts and Jim Thomas kicked a FG.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   4  0 0  96  20  8 Edmonton    6  1 0 149 104 12 Toronto     3  1 0  67  38  6
Ottawa     2  2 0  69  64  4 Saskatch    3  4 0 111  87  6 Sarnia      2  1 0  60  25  4
Toronto    1  3 0  50  73  2 Winnipeg    3  4 0 135 174  6 McMaster    0  0 0   0   0  0
Montreal   1  3 0  31  89  2 Calgary     2  5 0  84 114  4 Windsor     0  3 0   7  71  0
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22
I - TORONTO 17, Ottawa 10 (16250) - The outcome was a tossup until Doug Smylie went over for his second touchdown of the day in the last quarter. Bob Marshall intercepted a pass on the Ottawa 26 to set up the score.
W - EDMONTON 30, Calgary 11 (10000) - Calgary outrushed and outpassed the Eskimos, but still lost their fourth straight game of the year to Edmonton, who maintained a 6-point lead in the WIFU.
W - Saskatchewan 30, WINNIPEG 17 (9600) - With QB Glenn Dobbs completing 16 of 21passes for 279 yards, the Riders snapped a four-game losing streak. Bombers QB Jack Jacobs passed for 324 yards in the loss.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23
I - MONTREAL 17, Hamilton 16 (20000) - Gene (Choo Choo) Roberts supplied 15 of his team's points in the AIs
victory. Down late, Hamilton gambled instead of trying for a FG or a single and QB Bernie Custis throw wild.
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26
O - SARNIA 38, Windsor 6 (4000) - The Sarnians scored four touchdowns in the first half before Windsor entered the scoring column. The win enabled the Imperials to gain a tie with Toronto Balmy Beach for top honors.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   4  1 0 112  37  8 Edmonton    7  1 0 179 115 14 Toronto     3  1 0  67  38  6
Ottawa     2  3 0  79  81  4 Saskatch    4  4 0 141 104  8 Sarnia      3  1 0  98  31  6
Toronto    2  3 0  67  83  4 Winnipeg    3  5 0 152 204  6 McMaster    0  0 0   0   0  0
Montreal   2  3 0  48 105  4 Calgary     2  6 0  95 144  4 Windsor     0  4 0  13 109  0
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29
I - OTTAWA 20, Hamilton 18 (18000) - A close game broke open when Pete Karpuk and Benny MacDonnell scored TDs for the Roughriders who held on despite a late Hamilton score.
W - Winnipeg 33, CALGARY 18 - QB Jack Jsccbs and HBs Tom Casey and Jim Spavital carried the honors in the Bombers' win. Casey got three majors and Spavital another. The fifth was scored by E Neill Armstrong.
W - Saskatchewan 25, EDMONTON 18 (10500) - Four TD passes by QB Glenn Dobbs gave the Riders and 24-0 lead and the win to cut Edmonton's lead in the WIFU down to four points.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Toronto at Montreal - The game was cancelled and moved to October 21st, after the Montreal Royals baseball team needed Delorimier Park for a playoff game with the Milwaukee Brewers.
MONDAY OCTOBER 1
W - Saskatchewan 22, CALGARY 12 (6500) - After taking a 18-0 lead at the half, the Riders coasted to the win, as QB Glenn Dobbs tossed three TD passes and kicked two singles.
W - Winnipeg 15, EDMONTON 8 (11000) - The Bombers won late when Jack Jacobs completed a 100-yard TD pass to Neill Armstrong, his second TD catch of the day. Jacobs later added a FG to clinch the win.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   4  2 0 130  57  8 *-Edmonton  7  3 0 205 155 14 Toronto     3  1 0  67  38  6
Ottawa     3  3 0  99  99  6 Saskatch    6  4 0 188 134 12 Sarnia      3  1 0  98  31  6
Toronto    2  3 0  67  83  4 Winnipeg    5  5 0 200 230 10 McMaster    0  0 0   0   0  0
Montreal   2  3 0  48 105  4 Calgary     2  8 0 125 199  4 Windsor     0  4 0  13 109  0
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 6
W - SASKATCHEWAN 25, Edmonton 18 (7000) - QB Glenn Dobbs put on a show, running for two TDs in the first half, then passing for two more in the second. He also booted a 55-yard kick in the fourth quarter for another point.
W - Calgary 18, WINNIPEG 16 - Time ran out on Winnipeg as Jack Jacob's attempt for a 20-yard FG sailed past the outside edge of the goalpost for a single point, ending their chances of finishing in first place.
I - OTTAWA 25, Montreal 13 - George Ratterman, Montreal's high-priced import quarterback, limped off with leg injuries early n the second quarter. He was replaced by Bruce Coulter, who threw five interceptions.
I - Hamilton 22, TORONTO 6 (26000) - Toronto's controversial new QB, Nobby Wirkowski tossed two interceptions in the second half within the shadow of the Argos goal posts. Both resulted in Hamilton touchdown drives.
O - Sarnia 20, MCMASTER 5 - MThe Marauders, playing in the ORFU after being refused entry to the college loop, lost to Sarnia at Hamilton. McMaster is playing a reduced schedule so the win was worth four points to Sarnia.
O - Toronto 29, WINDSOR 0 (1000) - Beaches, in second place, disposed easily of Windsor, despite the
addition of four new imports for the Royals. A small crowd saw Royals lose their fifth straight.
MONDAY OCTOBER 8
I - Toronto 10, HAMILTON 0 (14000) - Nobby Wirkowski rebounded from a horrible first start as Argos QB, as he completed 8 of 11 pass attempts as Toronto gave the powerful Tiger-Cats ts first shutout defeat in two seasons.
I - Ottawa 12, MONTREAL 9 (15322) - A Tom O'Malley pass to Alton Baldwin gave Ottawa its first major and a
pass interception by Ted McLarty their second, as the Riders moved into a tie for first in IRFU.
W - SASKATCHEWAN 28, Calgary 18 (10000) - The Riders jumped out to a 28-0 lead before Calgary came back wthe three scored. Glenn Dobbs, Jack Nix, Sully Glasser and Al Bodine scored for Saskatchewan.
W - WINNIPEG 38, Edmonton 27 (9500) - Neill Armstrong caught three TD passes from Jack Jacobs in the win. Andy Sokol picked up two Bomber touchdowns and Jim Spavital got the other.
O - McMaster 21, WINDSOR 3 (500) - The Marauders picked up four points with the win over winless Windsor.
O - Sarnia 25, TORONTO 6 (1000) - Sarnia extended their lead to four points in the ORFU.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   5  3 0 152  73 10 *-Saskatch  8  4 0 241 170 16 Sarnia      5  1 0 143  42 12
Ottawa     5  3 0 136 121 10 *-Edmonton  7  5 0 250 218 14 Toronto     4  2 0 133  63  8
Toronto    3  4 0  83 105  6 *-Winnipeg  6  6 0 254 275 12 McMaster    1  1 0  26  23  4
Montreal   2  5 0  70 142  4 Calgary     3  9 0 161 243  6 Windsor     0  6 0  16 159  0
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY OCTOBER 13
W - Winnipeg 30, SASKATCHEWAN 23 (7500) - Bomber QB Jack Jacobs pitched four TD passes, matched by
Roughriders QB Glenn Dobbs who made  his first appearance of the game in the second quarter.
W - EDMONTON 31, Calgary 18 (10000) - Former Stampeder Normie Kwong led the Eskimos with two TDs and Steve Mendryk, Mike King and Jim Chambers scored a major apiece, as Edmonton ended a four-game skid.
I - Toronto 28, OTTAWA 19 (15000) - The Argo pass defense, with six interceptions, turned the tide in the Argos' favor as they came from behind to win the game, thanks to three TD passes for Nobby Wirkowski.
O - TORONTO 16, McMaster 13 (500) -
O - Sarnia 29, WINDSOR 0 (800) -
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
I - Hamilton 21, MONTREAL 7 (14687) - Hamilton, featuring Bernie Custis' broken-field running and Hal Waggoner's driving line smashes, struck for two converted TDs in the second quarter to take over first place.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17
O - Toronto 36, MCMASTER 12 (3000) - Toronto, catching fire in the last half to come back from 12-6 deficit, moved into first place. The Marauders intercepted three passes in the losing effort.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
Hamilton   6  3 0 173  80 12 *-Saskatch  8  5 0 264 200 16 *-Toronto   6  2 0 185  88 16
Ottawa     5  4 0 155 149 10 *-Edmonton  8  5 0 281 236 16 *-Sarnia    6  1 0 172  42 14
Toronto    4  4 0 111 124  8 *-Winnipeg  7  6 0 284 298 14 McMaster    1  3 0  51  75  4
Montreal   2  6 0  77 163  4 Calgary     3 10 0 179 274  6 Windsor     0  7 0  16 188  0
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 20
I - Ottawa 32, HAMILTON 16 (14000) - Ottawa blew a 12-pound lead and then came back with a 15-point scoring outburst in the fourth quarter for the win to force a three-way tie for first in the IRFU.
I - TORONTO 35, Montreal 11 (16623) - Toronto led 23-0 at the half and 29-5 going into the fourth quarter and rolled, eliminating Montreal from the post-season picture.
W - CALGARY 26, Edmonton 25 - A TD scored with less than two minutes to play, from QB Keith Spaith to HB Royal Copeland,prevented Edmonton from winning the undisputed title of the WIFU.
W - WINNIPEG 19, Saskatchewan 13 (9000) - A 99-yard touchdown run by Tom Casey and a fantastic TD catch by Neill Armstrong paced Winnipeg to their third straight win, but the Riders won the title on a points tiebreaker.
O - SARNIA 31, McMaster 13
O - TORONTO 19, Windsor 0
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
I - Toronto 35, MONTREAL 18 (12309) - Toronto scored three TDs in the fourth, dividing their six majors two apiece among Ulysses Curtis, Doug Pyzer and Al Pfeifer. Nobby Wirkowski threw three TD passes.
O - Sarnia 29, WINDSOR 5 (300) - Sarnia wrapped up the ORFU title with the win.
IRFU                         WIFU                          ORFU
*-Hamilton 6  4 0 189 112 12 *-Saskatch  8  6 0 277 219 16 *-Sarnia    8  1 0 232  60 20
*-Ottawa   6  4 0 187 165 12 *-Edmonton  8  6 0 306 262 16 *-Toronto   7  2 0 204  88 16
*-Toronto  6  4 0 181 153 12 *-Winnipeg  8  6 0 303 311 16 McMaster    1  4 0  64 106  4
Montreal   2  8 0 106 233  4 Calgary     4 10 0 205 299  8 Windsor     0  9 0  21 236  0
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
NOTE: The WIFU playoff positions are based on a point-for-and-against average. Saskatchewan, with 277 for and 219 against, has a 1.26 average obtained by dividing the number of points for by the number of points against.
Edmonton with 306-262 has a 1.16 average and Winnipeg with a 303-311 record has .97 average.
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 27
I - OTTAWA 13, Hamilton 9 (14794) - Hamilton scored their points on Ottawa fumbles. The Rough Riders got theirs on blocked kicks, and took over first place in the IRFU.
O - SARNIA 36, Toronto 0 -
O - MCMASTER 50, Windsor 6 -
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28
I - MONTREAL 34, Toronto 22 (9215) - All three Argo TDs came on passes from Nobby Wirkowski to Al Pfeifer, but John Yonakor, Johnny Harper and Ralph Toohy gathered in George Ratterman's TD passes for the Als.
IRFU                         ORFU
*-Ottawa   7  4 0 200 174 14 *-Sarnia    9  1 0 268  60 20
*-Hamilton 6  5 0 198 125 12 *-Toronto   7  3 0 204 124 16
*-Toronto  6  5 0 203 187 12 McMaster    2  4 0 114 112  8
Montreal   3  8 0 140 255  6 Windsor     0 10 0  27 286  0
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3
I - HAMILTON 31, Montreal 6 (8000) - Hal Waggoner and Bernie Custis scored twice for the Tiger-Cats, while Montreal QB George Ratterman was allowed to play desite his reinstatement to the NFL.
I - TORONTO 23, Ottawa 18 (21844) - Just 11 minutes away from almost-certain elimination in the Grey Cup hunt, Toronto launched a two-touchdown drive which netted them the win.
IRFU
*-Ottawa    7  5 0 218 197 14 *-Hamilton  7  5 0 229 131 12
*-Toronto   7  5 0 226 205 14 Montreal    3  9 0 146 286  6
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WIFU SEMI-FINAL (Saturday October 27)
EDMONTON 4, Winnipeg 1 (13000) - A simple little FG, kicked from an easy angle, less than three minutes from the close of the first half, ended Winnipeg's one year reign at the top of the WIFU. Player-coach Annis Stukus threaded the needle with a 15-yard placement to lead the Esks to a hard-smacking victory.
WIFU FINALS (Saskatchewan wins series, 42-38)
Sat Nov 3 - EDMONTON 15, Saskatchewan 11 (15000) - The game was played on a snow-packed gridiron in a driving snowstorm. Edmonton was trailing 11-9 when HB Jim Chambers took a pitch from Normie Kwong and ran 93 yards for the winning touchdown on the third play of the final quarter.
Sat Nov 10 - SASKATCHEWAN 12, Edmonton 5 (12000) - After Edmonton scored the openng point, the Riders came back with a converted major in the second quarter and stayed In front the rest of the way. It was 6-4 for the
Riders at half time,and they made It 12-5 In the third quarter and the final period was scoreless.
Mon Nov 12 - SASKATCHEWAN 19, Edmonton 18 (12000) - Saskatchewan won its first Western title since 1936. The Eskimos began a potential winning drive with 1:11 to go. Frankie Filchock completed a pass to Bill Briggs at
mldfleld but he fumbled when tackled and Riders recovered. They held on to the ball to the final whistle.
IRFU SEMI-FINALS (Hamilton wins series 31-28)
Wed Nov 7 - Hamilton 24, TORONTO 7 (12200) - Hal Waggoner burst through the middle for a 72-yard major in the first quarter. In the third, he snaked his way on a 22-yard gallop around the left end for his other TD. 21-yard old Cam Fraser made his pro debut and punted Hamilton out of trouble on two key series.
Sat Nov 10 - Toronto 21, HAMILTON 7 (15000) - Needing to score to win the series, the Argos, in the final minute, drove deep into Hamilton territory, but QB Nobby Wirkowski was intercepted by Bob McDonald at the TiCat 10. Dick Brown ripped around right end for a 50-yard gallop and that was the ball game and the series.
IRFU FINALS (Ottawa wins series, 28-16)
Wed Nov 14 - OTTAWA 17, Hamilton 7 (9000) - A three-touchdown splurge in the fourth quarter gave the Rough Riders the win in the first game of their home-and-home total-points playoff. Benny MacDonnel, young Ottawa
backfielder, went over for two touchdowns.
Sat Nov 17 - Ottawa 11, HAMILTON 9 (17000) - Trailing Hamilton 9-2 with only 15 minutes to go, Coach Clem Crowe's red-and-white battalion rebounded for nine points and the series win. Tom O'Malley made a diving leap from the Hamilton one-yard line for the go-ahead touchdown.
ORFU FINALS (Sarnia wins series, 56-53)
Saturday Nov 3 - TORONTO 23, Sarnia 15 - QB Gerry Tuttle relied on his long throwing arm for most of the Toronto gains, as Bobby Lee led the way with three TDs. Ed Hurst also scored a Beach TD on a 60-yard pass from Tuttle.
Saturday Nov 10 - SARNIA 41, Toronto 30 - Sarnia captured their first O.R.F.U. title since 1939, as John (Corky) Duchene scored twice. He skirted the end for 18 yards for a first-quarter major and staged a two-yard smash through the line for the second, in the second quarter.
EASTERN FINAL
Wed Nov 21 - OTTAWA 43, Sarnia 17 (3000) - Ottawa won a rough Eastern final. HB Pete Karpuk, who collected
two of Riders' seven touchdowns, thought Sarnia was guilty of clipping and piling on after tackles in the first half. Most of the Imperials' scoring came after the Riders had run up 19-1 edge by half.
1951 GREY CUP GAME (Sunday November 24 at Toronto - 27,431)
OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS (10-5) 21, SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS (10-7) 14 - After a 17-year absence, the Saskatchewan Roughriders returned to the Grey Cup final. Their losing streak in the big game continued, however, as it was the other Rough Riders that took home the prize. Ottawa outmatched Saskatchewan for three quarters before the Westerners made it interesting in the final 15 minutes. It took a last minute single to preserve the victory for the nation’s capital. With the wind at his back in the first quarter, Glenn Dobbs booted an 87-yard single followed by a 75-yard kick to give Saskatchewan a 2-0 lead. Ottawa then struck for three touchdowns. A 68-yard gain by Howie Turner set the Easterners up at the three-yard line, and Benny MacDonnell smashed over centre for the major. A fumble by Saskatchewan’s Mickey Maguire at his own 29-yard line set up Ottawa’s second touchdown. Tom O’Malley fired to Alton Baldwin at the two-yard line, who then crossed over the goal line for the score. In the third quarter O’Malley hit Pete Karpuk with a 40-yard pass that was caught on the Saskatchewan 25. Karpuk beat Del Wardien to the goal line, giving Ottawa its third TD. With Ottawa leading 19-2 in the final quarter, Bruce Cummings banged home a single point, putting the East Riders up by 18. But Saskatchewan forged itself back into the contest. MacDonnell fumbled the ball which Roy Wright recovered at the Ottawa 30. Dobbs completed a pass to Jack Nix on the three-yard line, and Nix struggled across the goal line for the major. Two minutes later, another Ottawa miscue gave Saskatchewan the ball again. Turner went under a swarm of Western tacklers and lost his handle on the ball. Red Ettinger recovered the ball deep in Ottawa territory, and a few plays later, Dobbs faked out the defence to provide Sully Glasser a huge opening for a touchdown. The game was lost for Saskatchewan in the final two minutes. Mickey Maguire, trying to make a running catch on a punt, fumbled on his own nine-yard line which was recovered by Bob Gain. After two failed pass attempts, Cummings put it out of reach with a single. Freshman head coach Clem Crowe matched Frank Clair’s feat of a year ago, winning the Grey Cup in his first year in Canadian football.
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