WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
DETROIT 48, Chicago Bears 23                SAN FRANCISCO 41, Washington 7
PHILADELPHIA 28, Cleveland 10               Los Angeles 48, BALTIMORE 0
New York 41, CHICAGO CARDINALS 10           Pittsburgh 21, GREEN BAY 20
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE           
Philadelphia   1  0 0  28  10 Detroit        1  0 0  48  23
New York       1  0 0  41  10 San Francisco  1  0 0  41   7
Pittsburgh     1  0 0  21  20 Los Angeles    1  0 0  48   0
Cleveland      0  1 0  10  28 Baltimore      0  1 0   0  48
Chi Cards      0  1 0  10  41 Chi Bears      0  1 0  23  48
Washington     0  1 0   7  41 GREEN BAY      0  1 0  20  21
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
BALTIMORE 20, New York 14                    PITTSBURGH 37, Washington 7
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
Philadelphia 35, CHICAGO CARDINALS 16        Chicago Bears 10, GREEN BAY 3
LOS ANGELES 24, San Francisco 24 (T)
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Philadelphia   2  0 0  63  26 Detroit        1  0 0  48  23
Pittsburgh     2  0 0  58  27 San Francisco  1  0 1  65  31
New York       1  1 0  55  30 Los Angeles    1  0 1  72  24
Cleveland      0  1 0  10  28 Baltimore      1  1 0  20  62
Chi Cards      0  2 0  26  76 Chi Bears      1  1 0  33  51
Washington     0  2 0  14  78 GREEN BAY      0  2 0  23  31
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
PHILADELPHIA 24, Pittsburgh 22
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
CHICAGO BEARS 28, Baltimore 9                CLEVELAND 31, Chicago Cardinals 7
DETROIT 21, Los Angeles 3                    New York 51, WASHINGTON 21
San Francisco 23, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Philadelphia   3  0 0  87  48 Detroit        2  0 0  69  26
Pittsburgh     2  1 0  80  71 San Francisco  2  0 1  88  48
New York       2  1 0 106  51 Chi Bears      2  1 0  61  60
Cleveland      1  1 0  41  35 Los Angeles    1  1 1  75  45
Chi Cards      0  3 0  33 107 Baltimore      1  2 0  29  90
Washington     0  3 0  35 129 GREEN BAY      0  3 0  40  54
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
DETROIT 35, Baltimore 0
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
NEW YORK 31, Chicago Cards 17                PITTSBURGH 55, Cleveland 27
Philadelphia 49, WASHINGTON 21               San Francisco 31, CHICAGO BEARS 24
Green Bay 35, Los Angeles 17 at Milwaukee
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE           
Philadelphia   4  0 0 136  69 Detroit        3  0 0 104  26
Pittsburgh     3  1 0 135  98 San Francisco  3  0 1 119  72
New York       3  1 0 137  68 Chi Bears      2  2 0  85  91
Cleveland      1  2 0  68  90 Los Angeles    1  2 1  92  80
Chi Cards      0  4 0  50 138 Baltimore      1  3 0  29 125
Washington     0  4 0  56 178 GREEN BAY      1  3 0  75  71
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
PITTSBURGH 17, Philadelphia 7
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
LOS ANGELES 42, Chicago Bears 38             Cleveland 35, CHICAGO CARDINALS 3
SAN FRANCISCO 37, Detroit 31                 Green Bay 7, BALTIMORE 6
NEW YORK 24, Washington 7
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Philadelphia   4  1 0 143  76 San Francisco  4  0 1 156 103
Pittsburgh     4  1 0 152 105 Detroit        3  1 0 135  63
New York       4  1 0 161  75 Los Angeles    2  2 1 134 118
Cleveland      2  2 0 103  93 Chi Bears      2  3 0 123 133
Chi Cards      0  5 0  53 173 GREEN BAY      2  3 0  82  77
Washington     0  5 0  63 202 Baltimore      1  4 0  35 132
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
Green Bay 37, PHILADELPHIA 14
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
WASHINGTON 24, Baltimore 21                  Chicago Bears 31, SAN FRANCISCO 27
CHICAGO CARDINALS 17, Pittsburgh 14          Detroit 27, LOS ANGELES 24
CLEVELAND 24, New York 14
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Philadelphia   4  2 0 157 113 San Francisco  4  1 1 183 134
Pittsburgh     4  2 0 166 122 Detroit        4  1 0 162  87
New York       4  2 0 175  99 GREEN BAY      3  3 0 119  91
Cleveland      3  2 0 127 107 Chi Bears      3  3 0 154 160
Chi Cards      1  5 0  70 187 Los Angeles    2  3 1 158 145
Washington     1  5 0  87 223 Baltimore      1  5 0  56 156
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
Detroit 27, BALTIMORE 3
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
New York 30, PITTSBURGH 6                   PHILADELPHIA 30, Chicago Cardinals 14
CHICAGO BEARS 28, Green Bay 23              Los Angeles 42, SAN FRANCISCO 34
CLEVELAND 62, Washington 3
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE           
Philadelphia   5  2 0 187 127 Detroit         5  1 0 189  90
New York       5  2 0 205 105 San Francisco   4  2 1 217 176
winners. The Tiger-Cats rolled up a 20-0 first-half lead and added four TDs and a single in the final 30 minutes.
I - Montreal 30, TORONTO 12 (20710) - Sam Etcheverry was the guiding genius behind the Als win, as he completed 21 of 23 attempts for 371 yards. The Als marched 85, 75, 72, 77 and 78 yards for their touchdowns.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
O - Kitchener-Waterloo 18, TORONTO 5 - Bob Celeri passed for two majors and kicked a single for the Dutchmen, who took a four-point lead in the ORFU. HB Paul Amodio scored their third major.
MONDAY OCTOBER 4
W - EDMONTON 21, Calgary 6 (17000) - Edmonton capitalized on Calgary fumbles and wayward aerials to overcome an early 6-0 deficit and darken the Stamps' hopes for the final playoff spot in the WIFU.
W - WINNIPEG 24, Brit Columbia 6 (15273) - Bombers coach Al Sherman had to turn to his reserves due to injuries and they methodically mangled the Lions to move back into a first place tie with Saskatchewan.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   7  3 2 174 161 16 Montreal    6  1 0 150  48 12 Kitch-Water 6  2 0 162 113 12
Winnipeg   7  3 2 156 141 16 Hamilton    4  3 0 123  90  8 Sarnia      4  2 0 102  75  8
Edmonton   6  4 0 139 112 12 Toronto     3  4 0  98 106  6 Toronto     0  6 0  51 127  0
Calgary    5  7 0 196 123 10 Ottawa      1  6 0  49 176  2
Brit Col   1  9 0  76 204  2
WEEK EIGHT
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6
O - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 28, Toronto 25 - Kitchener-Waterloo put on a sensational 21-point scoring splurge in the last ten minutes of play to clinch a playoff berth.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
W - Edmonton 16, WINNIPEG 5 (18538) - The wizardry of Bernie Faloney, plus the elusiveness of Rollie Miles and Jackie Parker and the excellent running by Normie Kwong, combined for 203 rushing yards.
W - Calgary 13, BRIT COLUMBIA 6 (18555) - RB Howie Waugh picked up more than 200 of the 260 yards gained out over waterlogged Empire Stadium by the Calgarians compared the total of 24 yards rushing picked up by BC.
I - Montreal 25, OTTAWA 11 (9155) - QB Sam Etcheverry passed for 282 yards on 18 completions, while the Als ran for 235 more in eliminating Ottawa from the playoff race.
I - HAMILTON 34, Toronto 6 (15000) - Tip Logan kicked his 101st consecutive convert, 13 short of Lou Groza's professional football record, in leading Hamilton to the easy win.
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
W - CALGARY 42, Brit Columbia 6 (12500) - Lynn Bottoms and HB Eddie Macon led the Cowboys to victory with two TDs each. Howard Waugh scored once as did rookie halfbacks, Ivan Livingstone and Alex Yakunin.
W - SASKATCHEWAN 12, Edmonton 2 (14773) - The victory marked the fifth straight time during the last two seasons that Eskimos have fallen before coach Frankie Filchock, who was fired by Edmonton in 1952.
I - Hamilton 22, TORONTO 13 (16050) - The passing of Ed Songin was the big blow that sent the Argos down to their fourth successive loss and gave Hamilton its fifth straight victory. Songin connected on three TD passes.
I - MONTREAL 24, Ottawa 6 (12865) - Alex Webster capped off long Montreal drives with plunges of 14 and 9 yards for two of his TDs downs and took a 20-yard pass from Sam Etcheverry for another.
O - SARNIA 19, Toronto 17 (2500) - Sarnia wrapped up a playoff berth, edging the winless Toronto Balmy
Beaches. The victory moved the Imperials within four points of the front-running Dutchmen.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   8  3 2 186 163 18 *-Montreal  8  1 0 199  65 16 *-Kitch-Wat 7  2 0 190 138 14
Winnipeg   7  4 2 161 157 16 Hamilton    6  3 0 179 109 12 *-Sarnia    5  2 0 121  92 10
Edmonton   7  5 0 157 129 14 Toronto     3  6 0 117 162  6 Toronto     0  8 0  93 174  0
Calgary    7  7 0 251 135 14 Ottawa      1  7 0  66 225  2
Brit Col   1 11 0  88 259  2 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13
O - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 23, Sarnia 13 (3000) - 
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
W - SASKATCHEWAN 19, Calgary 8 (14000) - One of two Rider TDs came from a blocked kick, recovered by Saskatchewan. Calgary was knocking at the door five times in the last quarter, but was denied each time.
W - EDMONTON 31, Brit Columbia 3 (15000) - Leading the Edmonton TD parade  were halfbacks Jackie Parker and Rollie Miles, with two apiece and Glenn Lippman. Bob Dean converted all five majors and added a single.
I - MONTREAL 46, Hamilton 11 (21000) - 24-year old Sam Etcheverry fired five TD passes to lead Montreal. Although there are no league records, his 586 yards gained passing is believed to be an all-time high.
I - Toronto 27, OTTAWA 11 (9000) - QB Nobby Wirkowskl tossed two TD passes and set up another major with his aerials as the Argons rolled. His TD passes were caught by Gene Wilson and Johnny Fedosoff.
O - SARNIA 28, Toronto 18 - 
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19
O - TORONTO 16, Sarnia 3 (200) - Balmy Beach pulled the ORFU season's upset Sunday,' downing the second-place Imperials before only 200 at Toronto for their first victory In 10 starts.
MONDAY OCTOBER 18
W - Calgary 12, WINNIPEG 11 (17240) - League-leading scorer Tom Miner booted a convert after Howard Waugh's TD to score the winning point early In the fourth quarter, ending Calgary's regular season.
W - Edmonton 22, BRIT COLUMBIA 0 (13136) - The smallest crowd of the WIFU season watched the Eskimos score a TD In every quarter except the third and completely dominate the game. The half-time score was 16-0.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   9  3 2 205 171 20 *-Montreal  9  1 0 245  76 18 *-Kitch-Wat 8  2 0 213 151 16
Edmonton   9  5 0 210 132 18 Hamilton    6  4 0 190 155 12 *-Sarnia    6  4 0 165 149 12
Calgary    8  8 0 271 165 16 Toronto     4  6 0 144 173  8 Toronto     1  9 0 127 205  2
Winnipeg   7  5 2 172 169 16 Ottawa      1  9 0  77 252  2
Brit Col   1 13 0  91 312  2 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20
O - Kitchener-Waterloo 39, TORONTO 15 (1200) - Halfback Paul Amodlo scored 18 points to lead the Dutchmen to an easy victory. The gate receipts went to Toronto flood victims.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
W - Winnipeg 18, BRIT COLUMBIA 0 (17061) - The Bombers clinched a playoff berth in the mud of Empire Stadium. Gerry James scored on a 25-yard run less than four minutes into the game to set the pace.
W - EDMONTON 24, Saskatchewan 19 (18236) - Jackie Parker scored three touchdowns and set up a fourth as
Edmonton moved into a first-place tie in the Western Interprovincial Football Union with the Riders.
I - TORONTO 30, Montreal 24 (16400) - Nobby Wirkowski, who passed for 355 yards, fired deep and Al Pfeffer snared the 43-yard pass on the 15 and kept going to break the tie. The convert by Norb Hecker ended the game.
I - HAMILTON 25, Ottawa 17 (9300) - The Riders led 11-7 at the half, pushed the margin to 16-7 early in the third, then faded as the Ti-Cats, powered by the passing of Ed Songin, went over for three converted third-quarter TDs.
O - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 17, Sarnia 17 (T) - A 44-yard field goal by Cookie Gilchrist on the last play of the
game gave Sarnia the tie with Dutchmen. It was the final game of the regular season for the Dutchmen.
MONDAY OCTOBER 25
W - EDMONTON 21, Winnipeg 12 (19000) - Although Winnipeg put on an entertaining display, Edmonton's Bernie Faloney, Jackie Parker, and Glenn Lippman were outstanding for the Eskimos, who won the WIFU title.
W - Saskatchewan 15, BRIT COL 9 (10775) - Len Melter ran 112 yards for a B.C. Lions' TD in a wild and woolly 
game called off. Officials ordered the teams to the dressing room with 6:11 remaining due to thick fog.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
*-Edmonton11  5 0 255 163 22 *-Montreal  9  2 0 269 106 16 *-Kitch-Wat 9  2 1 269 183 19
*-Saskatch10  4 2 239 204 22 Hamilton    7  4 0 215 172 14 *-Sarnia    6  4 1 182 166 13
*-Winnipeg 8  6 2 202 190 18 Toronto     5  6 0 174 197 10 Toronto     1 10 0 142 244  2
Calgary    8  8 0 271 165 16 Ottawa      1 10 0  94 277  2
Brit Col   1 15 0 100 345  2 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
I - MONTREAL 41, Toronto 13 (19125) - Als QB Sam Etcheverry threw for 436 yards on 18 completions, with all eight TDs in the game coming via the pass. In the end, Toronto missed the playoffs for a second straight year.
I - Hamilton 30, OTTAWA 9 (8422) - Hamilton's win was marred by a break in Tip Logan's record string of 84
straight converts. His first attempt veered to the right, the ball, hitting the right side of the goal post.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
O - Sarnia 36, TORONTO 27 - The win left Sarnia in second place behind the Kitchener - Waterloo Dutchmen. Beaches, with only one win this season, ended in the cellar.
IRFU                                                         ORFU                                                            
*-Montreal 10  2 0 310 119 20 *-Kitch-Wat 9  2 1 269 183 19
*-Hamilton  8  4 0 245 181 16 *-Sarnia    7  4 1 218 193 15
Toronto     5  7 0 187 238 10 Toronto     1 11 0 169 280  2
Ottawa      1 11 0 103 307  2
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
TORONTO 18, Ottawa 12 (11273) - QB Nobby Wirkowski tossed two TD passes to Al Pfeffer and set up another with an aerial attack to lead the Argonauts before the smallest crowd of the year in Toronto.
MONTREAL 19, Hamilton 15 (19127) - The Alouettes ripped over for two TDs late in the final quarter to keep their
undefeated home record intact. Rookie Bill Beweley scampered 14 yards for the winning touchdown.
IRFU
*-Montreal 11  2 0 329 134 22 Toronto     6  7 0 205 250 12
*-Hamilton  8  5 0 260 200 16 Ottawa      1 12 0 115 325  2
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13
OTTAWA 14, Montreal 12 (8370) - Bob Simpson and Avatus Stone scored a major each for Otlawa, which pulled off the upset of the year over a Montreal team which did not play QB Sam Etcheverry until late.
HAMILTON 15, Toronto 7 (9000) - Merle Hapes and Dick Brown scored Ticats TDs, both converted by Tip Logan. Cam Fraser kicked three singles. Al Pfeffer scored the only TD for Toronto.
IRFU
*-Montreal 11  3 0 341 148 22 Toronto     6  8 0 212 265 12
*-Hamilton  9  5 0 275 207 18 Ottawa      2 12 0 129 337  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WIFU SEMI-FINAL (Winnipeg wins series, 27-25)
Sat Oct 30 - WINNIPEG 14, Saskatchewan 14 (T) (15479) - The Bombers and Roughriders have played five games this season and three of them have resulted in ties.
Mon Nov 1 - Winnipeg 13, SASKATCHEWAN 11 - Lorne Benson didn't make the WIFU all-star team, but he's
proved again that he's a money player, as he dove four yards for the winning TD for the Bombers.
WIFU FINALS (Edmonton wins series, 2 games to 1)
Sat Nov 6 - EDMONTON 9, Winnipeg 3 (19817) - The Eskimos won before a record crowd and now they can only hope that history doesn't repeat. The team which has won the first game the past two years has lost the series.
Thur Nov 11 - WINNIPEG 12, Edmonton 6 (20933) - A fourth period TD by Tom Casey gave Winnipeg a come-from-behind victory. Edmonton's Bernie Faloney was intercepted on four of his 12 tosses.
Sat Nov 13 - EDMONTON 10, Winnipeg 5 (17000) - Fans shivered in 18-degree Edmonton weather while
watching the Eskimos rush for 242 yards, 153 of them by Normie Kwong, to win the series.
ORFU FINALS (Edmonton wins series, 2 games to 1)
Wed Nov 3 - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 13, Sarnia 12 (OT)  - The Dutchmen rolled up a first-quarter 12-0 lead, but won on a single by QB Bob Celeri in the first overtime period. Sarnia muffed a chance to win in the second OT.
Thur Nov 11 - Kitchener-Waterloo 16, SARNIA 8 - It was 8-8 until the fourth quarter when the Dutchmen exploded for eight points to wrap up the game and the series.
IRFU FINALS (Montreal wins series, 38-28)
Wed Nov 17 - Montreal 14, HAMILTON 9 (15000) - The game was a kicking duel in the first three quarters between Hamilton's Cam Fraser and Montreal's Tex Coulter, before the Als won the game in the last five minutes.
Sat Nov 20 - MONTREAL 24, Hamilton 19 (21025) - The big payoff and the series win came for the Als early in the fourth quarter, a 102-yard pass from Sam Etcheverry to Alex Webster, with the Als leading 17-13.
GREY CUP SEMI- FINAL
Sat Nov 20 - EDMONTON 38, Kitchener-Waterloo 6 (ORFU) (8000) - The Dutchment took a 6-0 lead before Rollie Miles and Johnny Bright scored two majors to send Edmonton to the Grey Cup.
1954 GREY CUP GAME (Saturday, November 27 at Toronto - 27,321)
EDMONTON ESKIMOS (14-6) 26, MONTREAL ALLOUETTES (13-3) 25 - In one of the most controversial finishes in Grey Cup history, the Edmonton Eskimos upset the Montreal Alouettes to send the trophy back West for the first time since 1948. With the Esks trailing 25-14 midway through the fourth quarter, Edmonton rallied for two touchdowns in the final eight minutes to steal the title. Glenn Lippman spearheaded an 85-yard scoring drive, capped off by his 14-yard run to the end zone. With a five-point lead and time running out on the Esks, the Alouettes were on the Edmonton 11 and driving. Montreal’s Chuck Hunsinger took the handoff and started moving to his left. Rollin Prather had him pinned for a loss, but before he was tackled Hunsinger let go of the ball. It landed at the feet of Edmonton’s Jackie Parker, who picked up the ball and returned it 93 yards for a touchdown. The Alouettes contended that it was a forward pass. The officials ruled that it was a fumble, and the touchdown counted. Bob Dean’s convert won the game for the Eskimos. Edmonton took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Rollie Miles got off a four-yard pass to Earl Lindley in the end zone. Red O’Quinn tied the score before the end of the quarter when he made an overhead, one-handed grab of a short pass, then outran three defenders for a 90-yard touchdown. Bernie Faloney restored the lead for the Eskimos, scoring on a goal line run to finish an 86-yard scoring drive. Dean’s 37-yard field goal put the Eskimos up 14-6 in the second quarter. Montreal’s Sam Etcheverry then went to work, moving the Alouettes 101 yards in 12 plays, hitting O’Quinn for his second touchdown of the game. Chuck Hunsinger put the Alouettes out in front on an eight-yard run. Montreal’s Joey Pal scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter when he hauled in a 13-yard pass. The Alouettes also scored another major before the Eskimos’ amazing rally. Montreal’s Bruce Coulter intercepted a pass intended for Prather, and returned it near midfield. The offensive drive was stalled on the Edmonton seven-yard line. A third down pass in the end zone bounced off O’Quinn, ending the Montreal threat. The Eskimos then turned around to score their first of two late touchdowns for the win. O’Quinn set a Grey Cup record with 316 receiving yards in the contest.
Cleveland      4  2 0 189 110 Chi Bears      4  3 0 182 183
Pittsburgh     4  3 0 172 152 Los Angeles    3  3 1 200 179
Chi Cards      1  6 0  84 217 GREEN BAY      3  4 0 142 119
Washington     1  6 0  90 285 Baltimore      1  6 0  59 183
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13
Green Bay 24, Baltimore 13 at Milwaukee
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
LOS ANGELES 28, Chicago Cardinals 17         Cleveland 39, CHICAGO BEARS 10
NEW YORK 27, Philadelphia 14                 WASHINGTON 17, Pittsburgh 14
DETROIT 48, San Francisco 7
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
New York       6  2 0 232 119 Detroit        6  1 0 237  97
Cleveland      5  2 0 228 120 San Francisco  4  3 1 224 224
Philadelphia   5  3 0 201 154 Los Angeles    4  3 1 228 196
Pittsburgh     4  4 0 186 169 Chi Bears      4  4 0 192 222
Washington     2  6 0 107 299 GREEN BAY      4  4 0 166 132
Chi Cards      1  7 0 101 245 Baltimore      1  7 0  72 207
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20
San Francisco 31, PITTSBURGH 3
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
Chicago Bears 28, BALTIMORE 13               Detroit 21, GREEN BAY 17
CHICAGO CARDINALS 38, Washington 16          Los Angeles 17, NEW YORK 16
CLEVELAND 6, Philadelphia 0
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Cleveland      6  2 0 234 120 Detroit        7  1 0 258 114
New York       6  3 0 248 136 San Francisco  5  3 1 255 227
Philadelphia   5  4 0 201 160 Los Angeles    5  3 1 245 212
Pittsburgh     4  5 0 189 200 Chi Bears      5  4 0 220 235
Washington     2  7 0 123 337 GREEN BAY      4  5 0 183 153
Chi Cards      2  7 0 139 261 Baltimore      1  8 0  85 235
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
DETROIT 28, Green Bay 24
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
PITTSBURGH 20, Chicago Cardinals 17         Cleveland 16, NEW YORK 7
CHICAGO BEARS 24, Los Angeles 13            BALTIMORE 17, San Francisco 13
PHILADELPHIA 41, Washington 33
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Cleveland      7  2 0 250 127 Z-Detroit      8  1 0 286 138
New York       6  4 0 255 152 Chi Bears      6  4 0 244 248
Philadelphia   6  4 0 242 193 Los Angeles    5  4 1 258 236
Pittsburgh     5  5 0 209 217 San Francisco  5  4 1 268 244
Washington     2  8 0 156 378 GREEN BAY      4  6 0 207 181
Chi Cards      2  8 0 156 281 Baltimore      2  8 0 102 248
Z-Clinched Tie for Division Title                          
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 4
Baltimore 22, LOS ANGELES 21
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
Chicago Bears 29, CHICAGO CARDINALS 7       Cleveland 34, WASHINGTON 14
DETROIT 13, Philadelphia 13 (T)             SAN FRANCISCO 35, Green Bay 0
NEW YORK 24, Pittsburgh 3
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
Z-Cleveland    8  2 0 284 141 X-Detroit      8  1 1 299 151
New York       7  4 0 279 155 Chi Bears      7  4 0 273 255
Philadelphia   6  4 1 255 206 San Francisco  6  4 1 303 244
Pittsburgh     5  6 0 212 241 Los Angeles    5  5 1 279 258
Washington     2  9 0 170 412 GREEN BAY      4  7 0 207 216
Chi Cards      2  9 0 163 310 Baltimore      3  8 0 124 269
Z-Clinched Tie for Div Title  X-Clinched Division Title    
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY DECEMBER 11
SAN FRANCISCO 10, Baltimore 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
CLEVELAND 42, Pittsburgh 7                  WASHINGTON 37, Chicago Cardinals 20
PHILADELPHIA 29, New York 14                CHICAGO BEARS 28, Detroit 24
LOS ANGELES 35, Green Bay 27
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
X-Cleveland    9  2 0 326 148 X-Detroit      8  2 1 323 179
Philadelphia   7  4 1 284 220 Chi Bears      8  4 0 301 279
New York       7  5 0 293 184 San Francisco  7  4 1 313 251
Pittsburgh     5  7 0 219 283 Los Angeles    6  5 1 314 285
Washington     3  9 0 207 432 GREEN BAY      4  8 0 234 251
Chi Cards      2 10 0 183 347 Baltimore      3  9 0 131 279
X-Clinched Division Title                                  
WEEK THIRTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
Detroit 14, CLEVELAND 10
AMERICAN CONFERENCE           NATIONAL CONFERENCE          
X-Cleveland    9  3 0 336 162 X-Detroit      9  2 1 337 189
Philadelphia   7  4 1 284 220 Chi Bears      8  4 0 301 279
New York       7  5 0 293 184 San Francisco  7  4 1 313 251
Pittsburgh     5  7 0 219 283 Los Angeles    6  5 1 314 285
Washington     3  9 0 207 432 GREEN BAY      4  8 0 234 251
Chi Cards      2 10 0 183 347 Baltimore      3  9 0 131 279
X-Clinched Division Title                                  
1954 NFL TITLE (December 26 at Cleveland)
CLEVELAND BROWNS (9-3) 56, DETROIT LIONS (9-2-1) 10
FRANCHISES ADDED : The British Columbia Lions joined the WIFU
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY AUGUST 21
WINNIPEG 17, Calgary 5 (17000) - Bombers QB Jack Jacobs tossed a TD pass to Bud Grant and accounted for three singles on long kicks which ended in rouges. Floyd Huggins plunged for Winnipeg's other major.
SASKATCHEWAN 21, Edmonton 13 (12000) - The underdog Roughriders unleashed a powerhouse to cross up the experts and defeat Edmonton, as QB Frank Tripucka completed nine of 10 passes, one for 56 yards.
MONDAY AUGUST 23
SASKATCHEWAN 11, Calgary 7 (11469) - Larry Isbell, who deserted a Boston Red Sox job to line up with Riders, spelled defeat for Calgary with a series of kicks. Five of his punts were good for single points and the margin.
WINNIPEG 7, Edmonton 3 (17385) - The Bombers were out-passed, outrushed and out-gamed but managed
to salvage a win built up in the first quarter when QB Jack Jacobs went over from two yards on a sneak.
WIFU
Saskatch    2  0 0  32  20  4 Edmonton    0  2 0  16  28  0
Winnipeg    2  0 0  24   8  4 Calgary     0  2 0  12  28  0
British Col 0  0 0   0   0  0
WEEK TWO
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25
O - SARNIA 23, Kitchener-Waterloo 19 (5000) - Sarnia capitalized on a fumble late in the fourth quarter to win the ORFU opener. Cookie Gilchrist dove onto a pile of players to score the game's winning touchdown.
SATURDAY AUGUST 28
W - CALGARY 34, Saskatchewan 0 (14000) - Rupe Andrews romped to two successive TDs in the second quarter on long passes from Eddie LeBaron boosting Calgary into a decisive 18-0 lead.
W - Winnipeg 8, BRIT COLUMBIA 6 (20606) - The Lions appeared headed for an upset victory as they took a 6-1
first half lead, but Jack Jacobs tossed a 64-yard TD pass to Bud Grant to spoil the expansion team's hopes.
I - Montreal 24 HAMILTON 6 (16000) - QB Sam Etcheverry passed for 223 yards and ran for one TD, adding to the Als' other TDs, scored by Alex Webster, Larry Grigg and Virgil Wagner.
I - TORONTO 13, Ottawa 6 (16702) - In the first Canadian game broadcast on television in the United States, Ted Toogood, on a 39-yard run, and Bob Simpson, on a 72-yard pass, led Toronto to the win.
O - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 35, Toronto 13 (4000) - Blake Taylor scored three TDs for the Dutchmen, while Billy Vessels, on a one-game appearance, added another in the easy win.
MONDAY AUGUST 30
W - CALGARY 41, Winnipeg 0 (15000) - In the worst shellacking a Winnipeg club has taken since 1949, Calgary  dominated to such an extent that the Bombers penetrated their 30-yard line only once in the game in the fourth.
W - Saskatchewan 17, B.COLUMBIA 0 (14878) - The Riders won on two converted touchdowns, a FG and two singles. QB Larry Isbell threw only three passes completing all of them including a third quarter TD toss.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   3  1 0  49  54  6 Montreal    1  0 0  24   6  2 Sarnia      1  0 0  23  19  2
Winnipeg   3  1 0  32  55  6 Toronto     1  0 0  13   6  2 Kitch-Water 1  1 0  54  36  2
Calgary    2  2 0  87  28  4 Hamilton    0  1 0   6  24  0 Toronto     0  1 0  13  35  0
Edmonton   0  2 0  16  28  0 Ottawa      0  1 0   6  13  0
Brit Col   0  2 0   6  25  0
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3
W - WINNIPEG 12, Saskatchewan 12 (T) (18090) - Guided by Frank Tripucka and Bobby Marlow, the Roughies plowed for 196 yards. Tripucka completed the first nine passes he threw in the opening three quarters.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4
W - CALGARY 34, Brit Columbia 0 (15000) - Rupe Andrews paced the Stampeders with a two-touchdown performance, while the Stampeder defense pitched its third consecutive shutout.
I - Hamilton 17, TORONTO 6 (14797) - The powerful Tiger-Cats, held to only three points in the first half, caught fire in the third and fourth quarters thanks to QB Butch Songin, who threw for 301 yards on 17 completions.
I - MONTREAL 21, Ottawa 2 (20563) - Montreal, led by its hardcharging American linemen, rolled to the win. as they gave Sam Etcheverry all the time he needed to complete 15 of 26 passes, one for a TD to Joey Pal.
O - Kitchener-Waterloo 19, SARNIA 17 - The Dutchmen moved into sole possession of first place in the ORFU.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6
I - Montreal 20, OTTAWA 11 (13000) - Alex Webster ran for most of the Als' 319 rushing yards, spoiling Ottawa's home debut and giving Montreal sole possession of first place.
I - Toronto 21, HAMILTON 7 (14000) - Butch Songin filled the air with passes in a late rally but Royal Copeland's pickoff ended the day for the defending champions.
W - EDMONTON 12, Brit Columbia 6 (18000) - Edmonton came from .behind with two converted touchdowns in the last quarter, but saw their ace tackle, Arnie Weinrrieister, suffer a dislocated shoulder.
W - SASKATCHEWAN 18, Winnipeg 14 (14000) - Riders K Joe Aguirre, who played with the Bombers in 1950 and 1951, equalled a WIFU record by booting four FGs to move the Roughies out in front of the league.
O - SARNIA 24, Toronto 0 (3500) - Don Shadbrow, Jim Lambert and Erick McKeever scored the Sarnia majors to move into a first-place tie with Kitchener-Waterloo.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   4  1 1  79  80  9 Montreal    3  0 0  65  19  6 Sarnia      2  1 0  64  38  4
Winnipeg   3  2 1  58  85  7 Toronto     2  1 0  40  30  4 Kitch-Water 2  1 0  73  53  4
Calgary    3  2 0 121  28  6 Hamilton    1  2 0  30  51  2 Toronto     0  2 0  13  59  0
Edmonton   1  2 0  28  34  2 Ottawa      0  3 0  19  54  0
Brit Col   0  4 0  12  71  0
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11
W - SASKATCHEWAN 17, B.Columbia 7 (13000) - Two imports, Mac Speedie and Bobby Marlow, led the Riders with a TD apiece, Speedie's coming on a pass from QB Frank Tripucka and Marlow 's on a line buck.
W - EDMONTON 30, Calgary 11 (18795) - It was a close game until the Eskimos turned final-quarter pass interceptions by Rollie Miles, former Stampeder Johnny Bright and Earl Lindley into three majors to run away.
I - MONTREAL 21, Hamilton 3 (17463) - Alex Webster, who scored two TDs, and Chuck Hunsinger, who got Montreal's other major, proved too elusive for the weary Ti-Cats as the Als stayed perfect.
I - Ottawa 12, TORONTO 5 (13910) - The Riders showed unexpected power as 22-yard old QB Johnny Gramling
guided their offense to 23 first downs, 13 more than the Argos, and gained 193 yards rushing.
O - Sarnia 19, KITCHENER-WATERLOO 17 - Two TDs in the final three minutes gave Sarnia a clear two-point margin in the ORFU. Albert Richmond scored twice for the Imperials.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13
W - CALGARY 20, Edmonton 6 - The teams were locked in a strenuous struggle for three quarters before the Stampeders pulled away with a converted touchdown and a field goal in the final 15 minutes.
W - WINNIPEG 22, Brit Columbia 17 (16760) - With BC leading by two in the fourth, Bud Korchak's FG attempt was wide, but Neil Ferris ran the ball out, and lateraled by mistake to Winnipeg's Jack Jacobs, who scored a TD.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   5  1 1  96  87 11 Montreal    4  0 0  86  22  8 Sarnia      3  1 0  83  55  6
Winnipeg   4  2 1  80 102  9 Toronto     2  2 0  45  42  4 Kitch-Water 2  2 0  90  72  4
Calgary    4  3 0 152  64  8 Hamilton    1  3 0  33  72  2 Toronto     0  2 0  13  59  0
Edmonton   2  3 0  64  65  4 Ottawa      1  3 0  31  59  2
Brit Col   0  6 0  36 110  0
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18
W - SASKATCHEWAN 10, Winnipeg 10 (T) (10663) - The Bombers enipted in the dying minutes to collect an unconverted touchdown, a safety touch and a 35-yard FG to keep within two points of the front-running Riders.
W - BRITISH COLUMBIA 9, Calgary 4 (18786) - It was a circus finish, with Ace Bailey scoring in the final two minutes, that sent the fans storming onto the cushion-littered lield at the gun to carry away the goal posts.
I - Toronto 34, OTTAWA 6 (11500) - A superb Toronto pass defence crippled the Riders with seven interceptions as Nobby Wirkowski's long forwards paved the way to victory before countless television viewers in the US.
I - HAMILTON 7, Montreal 6 (14000) - Hamilton introduced QB Bobby Flippin to a hometown crowd and he  sparked them to 297 yards on the ground. 
O - KITCHENER-WATERLOO 22, Toronto 9 - Bob Celeri clicked on a 60-yard forward that set up the first of three
majors in the last quarter to trim Beaches, who had led 7-6 at the end of the third.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
O - Kitchener-Waterloo 19, TORONTO 17 (2100) - Celeri threw three TD passes, two in the last quarter to bring Dutchmen from behind a 17-7 margin to victory.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20
W - Edmonton 23, BRITISH COLUMBIA 13 (21186) - Edmonton, spearheaded by the deadly arm of  Bernie Faloney and the wild running of Jack Parker, chopped up the Lions, who were looking for their second win.
W - WINNIPEG 28, Saskatch 7 (16418) - Gerry James ran 72 yards on the second play of the game to pace Winnipeg. Billy Bye, Byron Townsend, Gordie Rowland and Floyd Huggins scored the Winnipeg majors.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   5  2 2 113 125 12 Montreal    4  1 0  92  29  8 Kitch-Water 4  2 0 131  98  8
Winnipeg   5  2 2 118 119 12 Toronto     3  2 0  79  48  6 Sarnia      3  1 0  83  55  6
Calgary    4  4 0 156  73  8 Hamilton    2  3 0  40  78  4 Toronto     0  4 0  39 100  0
Edmonton   3  3 0  87  78  6 Ottawa      1  4 0  37  93  2
Brit Col   1  7 0  58 137  2
WEEK SIX
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21
O - Kitchener-Waterloo 13, SARNIA 10 (5000) - The Dutchmen moved four points out in front of the Ontario Rugby Football Union race. Two last quarter touchdowns provided the edge.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25
W - EDMONTON 12, Winnipeg 8 (17841) - Jackie Parker, Ray Willsey and Johnny Bright intercepted four of  Jack Jacob's passes, one setting up an Edmonton TD and two others stopping Iong Bomber marches.
W - CALGARY 18, Sakatchewan 10 (15000) - Calgary's Tom Miner set a league record by booting his 10th and 11th field goals from the Saskatchewan 12 and 25-yard lines to lead the Stampeders.
I - MONTREAL 28, Toronto 7 (18104) - The passing of Sam Etcheverry, plus the running of Alex Webster and Larry Grigg, gave Monreal an easy triumph. Webster scored two touchdownsa and Grigg got one.
I - Hamilton 38, OTTAWA 12 (9220) - QB Ed Songin tossed three TD passes, one in the second quarter to Bernie Custis, to give the Ti-Cats a 14-6 lead at the half. The others, to Ray Ramsey and Vita Ragazzo, came in the third.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
O - Sarnia 9, TORONTO 7 (2000) - Jim Burr intercepted a pass and turned it into a touchdown with 10 minutes
to play to give Sarnia a victory over winless Balmy Beach.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27
W - Winnipeg 6, CALGARY 4 (12000) - A TD pass from Jack Jacobs to Neil Armstrong late gave Winnipeg the win. It was the first loss of the season for Calgary at home. They previously had won five straight on their home turf.
W - Saskatchewan 8, EDMONTON 6 (15161) - Sully Glasser bulled over for the Riders second quarter TD after 
a powerful running attack carried them to the Edmonton one. Aguirre added the winning FG late in the, fourth.
WIFU                                                          IRFU                                                            ORFU
Saskatch   6  3 2 131 149 14 Montreal    5  1 0 120  36 10 Kitch-Water 5  2 0 144 108 10
Winnipeg   6  3 2 132 135 14 Hamilton    3  3 0  78  90  6 Sarnia      4  2 0 102  75  8
Calgary    5  5 0 178  89 10 Toronto     3  3 0  86  76  6 Toronto     0  5 0  46 109  0
Edmonton   4  4 0 105  94  8 Ottawa      1  5 0  49 131  2
Brit Col   1  7 0  58 137  2
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
W - Edmonton 13, CALGARY 12 (10000) - Normie Kwong and Jackie Parker scored TDs. The winning point came on a rouge after a kick by Rod Pantages. Rupe Andrews had a 100-yard run after catching an Edmonton punt. 
W - SASKATCHEWAN 43, Brit Col 12 (12000) - QB Frankie Filchock built up an 18-0 lead in the first half, then the Riders sent in youthful Ron Adam as field general in the final quarter with Saskatchewan ahead 24-6.
I - HAMILTON 45, Ottawa 0 (9300) - QB Ed Songin threw three TD passes and set up another major for the 
Cleveland Browns (9-3)
Head Coach: Paul Brown
Passing Leader: Otto Graham (2092)
Rushing Leader: Mo Bassett (588)
Receiving Leader: Dante Lavelli (47-802)
1954 - The Year in Football
Washington Redskins (3-9)
Head Coach: Joe Kuharich
Passing Leader: Al Dorow (997)
Rushing Leader: Billy Wells (516)
Receiving Leader: Hugh Taylor (37-659)
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-7)
Head Coach: Walt Kiesling
Passing Leader: Jim Finks (2003)
Rushing Leader: Fran Rogel (415)
Receiving Leader: Ray Mathews (44-652)
Los Angeles Rams (6-5-1)
Head Coach: Hampton Pool
Passing Leader: Norm Van Brocklin (2637)
Rushing Leader: Tank Younger (610)
Receiving Leader: Bob Boyd (53-1212)
Chicago Bears (8-4)
Head Coach: George Halas
Passing Leader: George Blanda (1929)
Rushing Leader: Chick Jagade (498)
Receiving Leader: Harlon Hill (45-1124)
Philadelphia Eagles (7-4-1)
Head Coach: Jim Trimble
Passing Leader: Adrian Burk (1740)
Rushing Leader: Jim Parmer (408)
Receiving Leader: Pete Pihos (60-872)
Chicago Cardinals (2-10)
Head Coach: Joe Stydahar
Passing Leader: Lamar McHan (1475)
Rushing Leader: Ollie Matson (506)
Receiving Leader: Don Stonesifer (44-607)
New York Giants (7-5)
Head Coach: Jim Lee Howell
Passing Leader: Charlie Conerly (1439)
Rushing Leader: Eddie Price (555)
Receiving Leader: Bob Schnelker (30-550)
Baltimore Colts (3-9)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Gary Kekorian (1515)
Rushing Leader: Buddy Young (311)
Receiving Leader: Dan Edwards (40-531)
Detroit Lions (9-2-1)
Head Coach: Buddy Parker
Passing Leader: Bobby Layne (1818)
Rushing Leader: Lew Carpenter (476)
Receiving Leader: Dorne Dibble (46-768)
San Francisco 49ers (7-4-1)
Head Coach: Buck Shaw
Passing Leader: Y.A. Tittle (2205)
Rushing Leader: Joe Perry (1049)
Receiving Leader: Billy Wilson (60-830)
Green Bay Packers (4-8)
Head Coach: Lisle Blackbourn
Passing Leader: Tobin Rote (2311)
Rushing Leader: Breezy Reid (507)
Receiving Leader: Billy Howton (52-768)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (9-5)
Head Coach: Carl Voyles
Passing Leader: Butch Songin (2500)
Rushing Leader: Merle Hapes (572)
Receiving Leader: Lou Kusserow (49-702)
Toronto Argonauts (6-8)
Head Coach: Frank Clair
Passing Leader: Norbert Witkowski (2960)
Rushing Leader: Gene Wilson (702)
Receiving Leader: Al Pfeifer (68-1142)
Ottawa Rough Riders (2-12)
Head Coach: Clem Crowe
Passing Leader: Jim Root (835)
Rushing Leader: Avatus Stone (404)
Receiving Leader: Bob Simpson (37-767)
Montreal Alouettes (11-3)
Head Coach: Douglas Walker
Passing Leader: Sam Etcheverry (3610)
Rushing Leader: Alex Webster (984)
Receiving Leader: Red O'Quinn (62-1024)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (8-6-2)
Head Coach: Allie Sherman
Passing Leader: Jack Jacobs (1732)
Rushing Leader: Gerry James (576)
Receiving Leader: Bud Grant (49-752)
Edmonton Eskimos (11-5)
Head Coach: Pop Ivy
Passing Leader: Jackie Parker (558)
Rushing Leader: Jackie Parker (925)
Receiving Leader: Glenn McWhinney (18-431) and Rollin Prather (18-217)
Calgary Stampeders (8-8)
Head Coach: Larry Siemering
Passing Leader: Eddie LeBaron (1815)
Rushing Leader: Howie Waugh (1043)
Receiving Leader: Rupe Andrews (32-904)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (10-4-2)
Head Coach: Frank Filchock
Passing Leader: Frank Tripucka (2003)
Rushing Leader: Bobby Marlow (882)
Receiving Leader: Ken Carpenter (37-523)
British Columbia Lions (1-15)
Head Coach: Annis Stukis
Passing Leader: Gerry Tuttle (991)
Rushing Leader: Al Pollard (431)
Receiving Leader: Dick Christiansen (41-545)