1964 GREY CUP GAME (Saturday, November 28 at Toronto - 32,655)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS (13-3-3) 34, HAMILTON TIGER-CATS (11-4-1) 24 - The B.C. Lions made a return trip to the Grey Cup in 1964. Facing the defending champion Hamilton Tiger-Cats for the second straight year, the Lions looked to prove the outcome would be different this time around. It certainly was. Unlike the previous year when the Lions scored their only touchdown late in regulation, B.C. jumped to a 34-8 advantage before the Ticats made the score more respectable. The 10-point victory gave the Lions their first Grey Cup title in the decade-long history of the franchise. A pair of unlikely players produced the majority of the points for the Lions. Bill Munsey filled in for injured fullback Bob Swift and scored his only two touchdowns of the season. It was a similar story for Jim Carphin, who scored his only major of the year on a broken field goal in the second quarter. Munsey, an all-star defensive back in 1964, came up with a number of bone crushing tackles. He scored one of his touchdowns on a 65-yard fumble recovery. On offence he reached pay dirt on an 18-yard run. Both TDs came in the third quarter. On the broken field goal, Pete Ohler wisely picked up the fumbled ball and threw to Carphin for the major. Also reaching the end zone for the Lions were Swift (prior to his injury) on a one-yard run to open the scoring, and Willie Fleming, who rocketed 47 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Hamilton scored 16 points in the final quarter, but it was too much of a deficit for the Ticats to overcome. Johnny Counts scored Hamilton’s first touchdown on 50-yard run in the third quarter, while Bernie Faloney threw TD passes to Tommy Grant and Stan Crisson in the final 15 minutes. The weather may have played a factor in the game, which was played under wet conditions at Exhibition Stadium in Toronto, creating a slippery field and a greasy ball. The Lions felt at home since the environment was similar to what they faced in Vancouver. Ironically, the Ticats led the Lions in first downs as well as passing, rushing and receiving yards, but not in touchdowns where it counted most. The Lions did not return to the Grey Cup again until 1983. For the Ticats, the game marked their seventh visit to the national championship in eight years.
MONDAY AUGUST 3
Saskatchewan 15, CALGARY 4 (18500) - DB Bob Ptacek and former Stampeder Ed Buchanan provided the spark that allowed Roughriders to overcome a 4-0 halftime deficit. Ptacek set up the go-ahead TD when he intercepted an Eagle Day pass. Buchanan wrapped things up with a 92-yard touchdown run.
TUESDAY AUGUST 4
WINNIPEG 10, Brit. Col 10 (T) (15125) - 19-year old Bill Cooper scored the only Bomber TD. The convert attempt went awry when Paul Robson's snap sailed over Kenny Ploen's head. Winnipeg's other point came on a George Fleming single in the second quarter. Don Vicic, replacing retired Nub Beamer at FB, burst over for Lions' TD.
FRIDAY AUGUST 7
Saskatchewan 37, WINNIPEG 29 (16387) - Riders QB Ron Lancaster completed 17 of 22 passes for 326 yards. All but 65 yards were compiled in an awesome second half seige that told the story. Lost in the shuffle, was a tremendous 55-yard second quarter FG by Winnipeg's George Fleming, who broke his own WFC record.
TORONTO 23, Ottawa 21 (29479) - The Argonauts sent the fans home happy when Jackie Parker fired a 12-yard pass through two Ottawa defenders to Ron Hatcher. The score was tied 7-7 after the first quarter, and Ottawa led 13-9 at halftirne and 21-16 entering the final quarter. Toronto however, led three times earlier in the game.
Calgary 52, EDMONTON 15 (19689) - Calgary QB Eagle Day, the WFC's top passer last season, tossed three TD passes as he picked apart the rookie-fiiled Edmonton pass defence. Lovell Coleman added three TDs of his own in the rout. The Stampeders piled up 509 yards on offence. 228 rushing and 281 in the air.
SATURDAY AUGUST 8
Montreal 33, HAMILTON 5 (25000) - Montreal QB Vernon Cole, the former Blue Bomber who recently completed a three-year stint in the United States Army, lugged the ball over for two touchdowns on keeper plays and passed for two more, including an 81-yard pass-and-run play when he hit Marv Luster.
MONDAY AUGUST 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA 22, Calgary 4 (32664) - The final seconds of the third quarter provided the turning point. Trailing 8-4, the Stamps moved to the Lions' 34, but QB Eagle Day was intercepted by Bill Munsey. A penalty wiped ou t the play, but Day was intercepted again, this time by Neal Beaumont who sped to the Calgary 53.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  0 0  52  33  4 Montreal    1  0 0  33   5  2
British Col 1  0 1  32  14  3 Toronto     1  0 0  23  21  2
Calgary     1  2 0  64  52  2 Hamilton    0  1 0   5  33  0
Winnipeg    0  1 1  39  47  1 Ottawa      0  1 0  21  23  0
Edmonton    0  1 0  15  52  0
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Brit Col 12, CALGARY 7 (19546) - Lions K Peter Kempf scored all 12 points on field goal attempts. Three were good and his other three tries went for singles. A seventh attempt fell short. The Stampeders' lone touchdown came on a 102-yard romp by safety Jerry Keeling after he recovered a fumble by quarterback Joe Kapp.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26
BRIT COL 16, Hamilton 16 (T) (37008) - Bernie Faloney and Don Sutherin smashed a 10-point, fourth-quarter B.C. lead that looked rock solid, Faloney with four clutch pass completions and a deceptive touchdown run, Sutherin with a convert and pressure-packed field goal before the largest crowd in CFL history.
Toronto 36, WINNIPEG 24 (14342) - Jackie Parker led the way in a 239-yard aerial display by the Scullers, as he completed 14 of 20 passes. Winnipeg had the edge in first downs, 22-21 and out-rushed the Argos 180-156, but lost their eight consecutive loss in this poor season, their worst since the 1949 Bombers won only twice.
SASKATCHEWAN 20, Edmonton 11 (13600) - FB George Reed scored one Roughrider TD and E Jim Worden took a pass for the other. Gerry James got a FG and two converts and Martin Fabi a single. The Riders fumbled three times in the game and all were recovered by the Eskimos. Edmonton fumbled twice and lost both.
OTTAWA 16, Montreal 14 (21296) - George Dixon got both Montreal TDs, one of them on a 76-yard burst down the sidelines and the other from 10 yards out. Moe Racine took up the slack in the Ottawa offence by booting three FGss. He also kicked the extra point after Whit Tucker got the only Rider TD on a 79-yard pass and run play.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28
Hamilton 43, EDMONTON 14 (13000) - FB Art Baker scored two TDs to pace Hamilton. HBs Bobby Gaiters and Willie Bethea, reserve QB Frank Cosentino and E Hal Patterson added one each. Hamilton jumped ahead 14-1in the opening quarter, stretched the lead to 22-1 by the half and 36-1 in the third quarter.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
British Col 6  0 3 191  82 15 Ottawa      6  2 1 212 145 13
Saskatch    7  3 0 252 142 14 Hamilton    5  3 1 207 148 11
Calgary     6  4 0 190 171 12 Montreal    3  5 0 103 141  6
Edmonton    2  8 0 128 342  4 Toronto     3  5 0 151 178  6
Winnipeg    1  9 1 203 288  3
THURSDAY AUGUST 27
Hamilton 32, MONTREAL 1 (27477) - Hamilton QB Bernie Faloney got off the bench late in the second quarter to break a scoreless tie and assume control of the game. He promptly led the Ticats 83 yards for the initial TD. Johnny Counts grabbed an 11-yard pass for the first of his two scores.
FRIDAY AUGUST 28
Saskatchewan 56, EDMONTON 8 (12807) - Saskatchewan scored TDs the first three times they handled the ball and blasted Edmonton as they led 21-0 after the first quarter and 42-6 at halftime. Ed Buchanan scored two touchdowns. E Hugh Campbell took three scoring passes from quarterback Ron Lancaster.
SUNDAY AUGUST 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA 21, Winnipeg 4 (33607) - The Bombers played a serious role in the game for the first 15 minutes when a 42-yard field goal by George Fleming gave them a 3-0 lead. Five plays later In the second quarter, the Lions had their first touchdown and rolled from there. Rookie Bob Swift scored twice for B.C.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
British Col 4  0 1  97  36  9 Montreal    3  1 0  71  51  6
Calgary     3  2 0 113  72  6 Ottawa      2  1 0  80  53  4
Saskatch    3  3 0 139  99  6 Hamilton    2  2 0  79  76  4
Winnipeg    1  4 1 129 153  3 Toronto     1  2 0  37  58  2
Edmonton    0  4 0  36 184  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12
WINNIPEG 37, Edmonton 7 (13879) - Leo Lewis led the Bombers with two electrifying kick-off returns, 69 yards in nine carries, and three pass receptions for 50 yards, one a five-yarder which produced Winnipeg's opening touchdown. The Eskies trailed only 10-7 at halftime, before Winnipeg exploded in the second half.
FRIDAY AUGUST 14
Brit Col 17, SASKATCHEWAN 2 (17787) - Before a record Taylor Field crowd, FB Bob Swift and HB Ron Morris got the British Columbia touchdowns. At least three Roughriders were shaken up in the game and a fourth, end and punting specialist Martin Fabi, were carried off the field on a stretcher.
OTTAWA 13, Hamilton 10 (21665) - Ottawa came up with two tremendous goal line stands and held on to score their first win. End Ted Watkins scored two TDs for Ottawa, both on passes from Russ Jackson. Newcomer Stan Crisson combined with Bernie Faloney for Hamilton's only TD, a 64-yard pass-and-run play.
SATURDAY AUGUST 15
MONTREAL 21, Toronto 13 (30769) - Former Argonaut Gerry Philp, Ted Page and George Dixon scored the Alouette touchdowns. Jackie Parker's six points raised his lifetime total in Canadian football to 701, the first player in the country to reach the 700-point plateau. He scored 677 points with Edmonton before coming to Toronto.
MONDAY AUGUST 17
CALGARY 39, Edmonton 6 (14000) - Edmonton's Bill Mitchell set a professional football record with a 58-yard field
goal. His team had less success. Calgary added 179 yards rushing to their 248-yard air attack to amass a total offence of 427 yards, compared to an Eskimo total of 135 yards. Lu Bain led the Calgary steamroller with two TDs.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
British Col 2  0 1  49  16  5 Montreal    2  0 0  54  18  4
Saskatch    2  1 0  54  50  4 Toronto     1  1 0  36  42  2
Calgary     2  2 0  99  58  4 Ottawa      1  1 0  34  33  2
Winnipeg    1  1 1  76  54  3 Hamilton    0  2 0  15  46  0
Edmonton    0  3 0  28 128  0
TUESDAY AUGUST 18
OTTAWA 46, Winnipeg 20 (17768) - Ronnie Stewart led the Riders with two TDs. Whit Tucker and Ted Watkins on passes from Russ Jackson, LB Ken Lehmann on an interception, and FB Dave Thelen scored the other Rider touchdowns. Winnipeg lost Dick Thornton, all-Canadian a year ago, for the year with a broken right ankle.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19
BRIT COL 27, Saskatchewan 16  (35618) - QB Joe Kapp threw 42 yards into the hands of halfback Willie Fleming, who completed a 75-yard touchdown play. It put B.C. into a 20-16 fourth quarter lead and broke the back of the Sascatchewan rally. Another B.C. touchdown in the final minute came almost incidentally.
THURSDAY AUGUST 20
Montreal 16, TORONTO 1 (22436) - The Als could only muster a total offence of 177 yards, and in the second half stumbled to a mere two first downs, but had a 9-0 at the half. Much of the Argos punch was stopped by their heavy toll of penalties. Referee Seymour Wilson marched off 141 yards against them, most on roughing and piling on.
FRIDAY AUGUST 21
HAMILTON 32, Winnipeg 29 (19485) - Trailing 29-22 late, the Bombers gambled on a short kick-off following a TD by Leo Lewis. Hamilton took over on their own 50 and marched to within range for Don Sulherin to split the uprights with his fourth FG. The 15-yard kick provided the winning margin. The four FGs equalled a league record.
MONDAY AUGUST 24
Calgary 14, SASKATCHEWAN 13 (16443) - Calgary gave the Roughriders a taste of their own medicine as they edged Saskatchewan with a second-half comeback. HB Lovell Coleman scored the lone Calgary touchdown, Jim Furlong booted a single and halfback Larry Robinson kicked two field goals and a convert.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
British Col 3  0 1  76  32  7 Montreal    3  0 0  70  19  6
Calgary     3  2 0 113  72  6 Ottawa      2  1 0  80  53  4
Saskatch    2  3 0  83  91  4 Toronto     1  2 0  37  58  2
Winnipeg    1  3 1 125 132  3 Hamilton    1  2 0  47  75  2
Edmonton    0  3 0  28 128  0
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1
OTTAWA 23, Toronto 21 (20221) - Ottawa needed some sensational running from Ronnie Stewart and a brilliant defence to edge Toronto. Even at that the Riders got their winning points with only 32 seconds to go. Moe Racine
booted a 20-yard field goal to wipe out a one-point lead Argos ran up just five plays earlier.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Calgary 13, WINNIPEG 10 (15231) - Eagle Day and Jerry Keeling engineered two TD drives against a fading Bomber defence which had been magnificent for 55:59. Day ran 51 yards on a keeper to score Calgary's first TD at 11:01 of the final quarter. Then, with only 15 seconds left, Keeling hit Bruce Claridge with a short 10-yard TD.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4
EDMONTON 20, Ottawa 1 (12157) - Edmonton held the potent Ottawa offensive to 248 yards and restricted QB Russ Jackson to seven completions. HB Jim Thomas rambled 96 yards for one TD, and QB Lynn Amedee connected with Tommy-Joe Coffey on a 72-yard pass to set up the other. Coffey scored it on an 11-yard toss.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
CALGARY 25, Winnipeg 8 (18075) - Calgary QB Eagle Day threaded scoring passes to flanker Bobby Taylor and end Bruce Claridge, and sent Ted Woods on a 41-yard ramble up the middle to account for Stampers' touchdowns as Calgary moved back into first place in the West.
SASKATCHEWAN 32, Montreal 0 (18187) - Before a record Taylor Field crowd, QBs Ron Lancaster and Bob Ptacek, halfback Ed Buchanan and fullback George Reed scored one touchdown apiece. End Martin Fabi got two singles. Montreal managed only six first downs, 82 yards rushing and 56 yards passing.
HAMILTON 24, Toronto 8 (27156) - TiCat QB Bernie Faloney threw TD passes to Tommy Grant and Hal Patterson
and broke into touchdown territory himself on a three-yard keeper play in the third quarter. Jackie Parker, who saw limited action as a flanker, scored Toronto's only touchdown on a three-yard screen pass from QB Don Fuell.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Calgary     5  2 0 151  89 10 Montreal    3  2 0  71  83  6
British Col 4  0 1  97  36  9 Ottawa      3  2 0 104  94  6
Saskatch    4  3 0 171  99  8 Hamilton    3  2 0 103  84  6
Winnipeg    1  6 1 147 191  3 Toronto     1  4 0  66 105  2
Edmonton    1  4 0  56 185  2
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA 17, Ottawa 17 (T) (31355) - Two seconds were left in the game and the Lions seemed headed for victory. There was time for only one play so the Riders called on Moe Racine for a field goal attempt. He promptly booted a 37-yarder that gave the Riders a tie and first place in the Eastern Conference race.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Edmonton 19, MONTREAL 10 (22506) - Trailing 10-3 at halftime, Edmonton turned to QB John Anabo, who engineered two TDs within a 1:16 span in the third. He found Tommy Joe Coffey for four passes, including an eight-yard TD on a 66-yard march, and less than two minutes later sent Larry Ferguson on an 11-yard TD run.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12
Saskatchewan 30, WINNIPEG 2 (17704) - Saskatchewan QB Ron Lancaster exploited a weak, inexperienced Winnipeg pass defence and fired a pair of touchdown passes to Hugh Campbell. The touchdowns by Campbell brought his season's total to nine and gave him the scoring lead. Five of his majors have come against Winnipeg.
OTTAWA 52, Calgary 12 (19560) - Ottawa QB Russ Jackson scampered two yards for a touchdown, threw two touchdown passes to Ronnie Stewart, one to end Ted Watkins and another to flanker Whit Tucker. Watkins got a second touchdown on a Stewart pass and fullback Dave Thelen barged over from the Calgary one-yard line.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13
TORONTO 35, Edmonton 22 (21797) - Poor Edmonton kicking led to their loss. Toronto got the first break late in the first quarter when Marcel Deleeuw punted off the side of his foot. Four plays later the Argos had a touchdown on quarterback Don Fuell's 15-yard pass and rolled from there.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Calgary     5  3 0 163 141 10 Ottawa      4  2 1 173 123  9
British Col 4  0 2 114  53 10 Hamilton    3  2 0 103  84  6
Saskatch    5  3 0 201 101 10 Montreal    3  3 0  81 102  6
Edmonton    2  5 0  97 230  4 Toronto     2  4 0 101 127  4
Winnipeg    1  7 1 149 221  3
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29
CALGARY 30, Toronto 25 (15000) - Calgary's Jesse Branch raced 105 yards on a punt return for a touchdown and
three plays later returned an interception to the Toronto four to set up a touchdown by fullback Lovell Coleman. The Stampeders trailed 9-7 after the first quarter, but led 20-12 at halftime and 27-12 after three quarters.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 3
Brit Col 20, TORONTO 15 (27249) - Willie Fleming, Bob Swift and Joe Kapp scored the Lion TDs, but it was Kapp's lategame heroics that carried the Lions back from a 15-14 deficit. Kapp's TD pass to Fleming was the 104th of his career in the WFC and equalled a record set by Indian Jack Jacobs of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
HAMILTON 17, Saskatchewan 15 (25095) - Both teams played for the wind, which was gusting up to 35 MPH, as the Riders moved into an 8-7 lead in the first quarter but fell behind 17-8 at the half. Saskatchewan had the wind again in the third quarter but managed to muster only a TD. Don Sutherin kicked a 54-yard FG for Hamilton.
Calgary 24, WINNIPEG 16 (11300) - Taking advantage of a stiff, icy northwesterly wind. Coach Bobby Dobbs' Stampeders scored the decisive points in the final four minutes to overcome Winnipeg before the smallest crowd
of the season. Lovell Coleman scored the clinching TD on a 45-yard run atfer a Jesse Branch interception.
MONDAY OCTOBER 5
MONTREAL 14, Brit Col 7 (17084) - Montreal QB George Bork, operating out of a shotgun formation, found little 
TUESDAY OCTOBER 6
OTTAWA 27, Saskatchewan 3 (19710) - Ron Lancaster used his passing to set up a first-quarter FG by Reg Whitehouse, but was injured a few plays later and spent the rest of the game in the Saskatchewan dressing room. Rider QB Russ Jackson ran for 134 yards in 10 carries, almost half of Ottawa's total 304 rushing yards.
EDMONTON 25, Winnipeg 22 (12403) - Edmonton snapped an 18-game losing streak against WFC opponents, that dated back to Nov. 3, 1962, when they defeated Winnipeg. Winnipeg's Leo Lewis exploded for 178 yards,
including an 87-yard excursion for a touchdown, in a losing cause as the Bombers lost their 10th straight.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 10
BRITISH COL 26, Edmonton 6 (29277) - The Lions fashioned the win on TDs by Pat Claridge, Mack Burton and Bob Swift, with Peter Kempf contributing eight points on two field goals and two converts. Lions RB Willie Fleming
had two touchdowns called back, one after 50-yard run. Newcomer Bill Redel scored Edmonton's only TD.
CALGARY 23, Montreal 7 (16000) - Larry Robinson, leading scorer in the WFC, picked up 11 points on three field goals, a single and a convert in the strong defensive battle. The Alouettes led 6-5 in the first quarter but Calgary took over with a 13-6 half time lead and stretched it to 16-6 going into the final quarter.
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
Montreal 21, WINNIPEG 20 (11321) - Winnipeg QB Kenny Ploen unloaded a long, desperation pass for rookie Bill Cooper on. a third down gamble in the final minute of play. Alouettes' veteran DB Ed Learn swooped in to punch the ball to the turf and seal Winnipeg's fate, after they almost pulled it out with two TD drives in the fourth quarter.
HAMILTON 23, Ottawa 1 (27151) - Hamilton exploded for 20 points in the second half to crush Ottawa and climb back into a first-place tie with the Riders with only three games left. Tommy Grant, Hal Patterson, and Willie Bethea caught TD passes. Tempers were on edge throughout much of the game, which ended with a fight.
SASKATCHEWAN 31, Toronto 14 (16048) - Saskatchewan fought back from a 14-7 halftime deficit to defeat Toronto. Flanker Hugh Campbell took a pass in the end zone for one Saskatchewan TD, E Jim Worden scored a TD on a pass play, DB George Belu a TD off an interception and HB Ed Buchanan got one.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Brit Col  8  1 3 244 117 19 *-Ottawa    7  3 1 240 171 15
*-Calgary   9  4 0 267 219 18 *-Hamilton  7  3 1 247 164 15
*-Saskatch  8  5 0 301 200 16 Montreal    5  6 0 145 191 10
Edmonton    3  9 0 159 390  6 Toronto     3  8 0 205 259  6
Winnipeg    1 12 1 261 358  3 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 17
Brit Columbia 24, EDMONTON 14 (12000) - Two sparkling TDs by Willie Fleming, one a record-tying 109-yard burst, the other 47 yards, led the Lions to the win. Fleming carried 10 times for 186 yards, 39 shy of the conference single - game record set earlier this season by Calgary's Lovell Coleman.
Hamilton 34, OTTAWA 16 (23121) - Hamilton took over first place as QB Bernie Faloney made touchdown runs of three and five yards and passed for 37 and 66 yards to Tommy Grant for two more. Don Sutherin. kicked his 13th FG of the season, a record, as well as four converts and three singles.
Calgary 42, SASKATCHEWAN 0 (20000) - Calgary FL Bobby Taylor caught TD passes of 18, 35 and 16 yards to lead the scoring parade. Lovell Coleman, who boosted his WFC rushing lead, crashed over for two touchdowns. QB Eagle Day ran for another. Calgary mounted a total offence of 510 yards, 296 passing and 214 rushing.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
TORONTO 31, Montreal 10 (21597) - Toronto's Dick Shatto scored three touchdowns, giving him a career total of 89 which surpassed the previous mark of 87 held by Jackie Parker. Parker, meanwhile, was showing no favortism as he tossed touchdown passes to Shatto that equalled the former mark and proved the tiebreaker.
MONDAY OCTOBER 19
Edmonton 13, WINNIPEG 1 (14882) - Tommy Joe Coffey scored Edmonton's clinching third quarter TD after setting up their initial strike in the second period. Coffey got the first drive going with two fine catches and QB Bill Redell vaulted into the end zone himself to cap a 49-yard march that required 10 plays.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Brit Col  9  1 3 268 131 21 *-Hamilton  8  3 1 281 180 17
*-Calgary  10  4 0 309 219 20 *-Ottawa    7  4 1 256 205 15
*-Saskatch  8  6 0 301 242 16 Montreal    5  7 0 155 222 10
Edmonton    4 10 0 186 415  8 Toronto     4  8 0 236 269  8
Winnipeg    1 13 1 262 371  3 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 24
Calgary 17, EDMONTON 16 (10000) - Calgary rode a pair of TDs by FL Bobby Taylor and sensational punting by Jim Furlong to the win, which allowed them to retain slim hopes of first place. Edmonton's Tommy Joe Coffey caught 11 passes to shatter the WFC season record of 74 set last year by Taylor. Coffey has 77 this season.
HAMILTON 27, Toronto 7 (30856) - Hamilton clinched the top spot in the Eastern Football Conference for the fourth straight year. Bernie Faloney directed the the Hamilton assault that saw Art Baker and Johnny Counts run
for touchdowns and Hal Patterson leap for a Faloney pass at the Toronto goal line for another.
BRIT COL 20, Saskatchewan 3 (30856) - The Lions needed only a first quarter TD to win, and it proved to be the only one they scored. They kicked points the rest of the way to a sixth straight league victory over the Riders and their 16th straight league game in Empire Stadium without a loss. The Riders had only 164 yards of offense.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
MONTREAL 23, Ottawa 21 (18055) - Montreal trailed 21-10 going into the second half but a TD by Nat Craddock in the third quarter paved the way for an exciting rally. Als QB George Bork threw a touchdown pass to Jerry Philp on a broken play with less than four minutes left in in the game to clinch a playoff berth.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Brit Col 10  1 3 288 134 23 *-Hamilton  9  3 1 308 187 19
*-Calgary  11  4 0 326 235 22 *-Ottawa    7  5 1 277 228 15
*-Saskatch  8  7 0 304 262 16 *-Montreal  6  7 0 178 243 12
Edmonton    4 11 0 202 432  8 Toronto     4  9 0 243 296  8
Winnipeg    1 13 1 262 371  3 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WESTERN SEMI-FINALS (Calgary wins series, 76-40)
Sat Nov 7 - SASKATCHEWAN 34, Calgary 25 (14462) - A passing attack that produced four TDs in the last quarter gave the Riders the win. QB Ron Lancaster, playing with a plastic protective vest over a rib injury, tossed three TD passes in the final 15 minutes. He had a total of four TD passes and gained 376 yards on 28 pass completions.
Mon Nov 9 - CALGARY 51, Saskatchewan 6 (18455) - Never before had a club scored 76 points in a semi-final and only Edmonton's 51-7 final-round victory over Saskatchewan in 1956 approached the Stampeders' margin. Flanker Bobby Taylor gathered in two touchdown passes to lead the Stampeders to the WFC Final.
WESTERN FINALS (British Columbia wins series, 2 games to 1)
Sat Nov 14 - Brit Col 24, CALGARY 10 (21236) - The Lions used a a stubborn defensive effort that held Calgary to one first down in the final 30 minutes. Bob Swift scored two touchdowns for B.C., both on short charges through the middle. Calgary led 10-0 after the first quarter and 10-3 at halftime. B.C. held a 17-10 third-quarter edge.
Wed Nov 18 - Calgary 14, BRIT COL 10 (28547) - A tightly played first half in which Calgary outscored B.C. 4-3 gave way to an incredible 30 minutes of fumbles, interceptions and turnabouts. The Lions lost their last good chance of the game when the ball popped away from Bob Swift as he hit the line at the Calgary 22.
Sun Nov 22 - BRIT COL 33, Calgary 14 (32504) - The Stampeders were no match in the final game against a B.C.
team that played one of the best games in the team's 11-year history.Lions QB Joe Kapp threw four TD passes as B.C. clinched the win with a 23-3 halftime lead. The Stampeders were held off by four timely Lion interceptions.
EASTERN SEMI-FINAL
Sat Nov 7 - OTTAWA 27, Montreal 0 (18214) - The Riders scored three touchdowns in the first half and coasted  the rest of the way against the helpless Als. QB Russ Jackson, E Ted Watkins and fullback Dave Thelen got the touchdowns. Moe Racine kicked three converts and a field goal and Ed Ulmer kicked three singles.
EASTERN FINALS (Hamilton wins series, 39-38)
Sat Nov 14 - OTTAWA 30, Hamilton 13 (18388) - Ottawa's Gene Gaines pulled off the most amazing play of an amazing game when he carried a Hamilton kickoff back for a record 128 yards and a touchdown. The other Ottawa TDs, all on the ground, were scored by fullbacks Rick Black and Dave Thelen and HB Ron Stewart.
Sat Nov 21 - HAMILTON 26, Ottawa 8 (21100) - In a strange 2nd half, the Ticats scored 15 points, 14 within a space of 117 seconds that turned a 36-24 series deficit into a 38-36 lead. The Riders had a chance in the final three minutes, but a 39-yard field goal attempt by Moe Racine with the wind at his back went wide for a single.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28
CALGARY 26, Brit Col 14 (20000) - Larry Robinson helped break Calgary's two-year jinx against the Lions, moved the Stampeders into first place, and  equalled a WFC record for FGs. Robinson blasted field goals from 48, 47 and 17 yards out. His total of 22 field goals tied a WFC mark established last year by B.C.'s Peter Kempf.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 31
SASKATCHEWAN 26, Edmonton 20 (10300) - The crowd brought the Riders's 1964 season attendance to 127,800, far above the old mark of 111,550 set last year. George Reed came up with a three TD performance for the Riders, while Edmonton's Tommy Joe Coffey raised his season receiving yardage to a record 1,142.
Ottawa 36, TORONTO 0 (17701) - The Riders were in top form as Dave Thelen spearheaded the attack with three TDs. Whit Tucker and Ron Stewart collected the other touchdowns. Thelen went over on two one-yard plunges and ran 76 yard for his other TD behind perfect blocking after taking a screen pass from QB Russ Jackson.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
BRITISH COL 26, Winnipeg 8 (29614) - After FB Bob Swift crashed over for the go-ahead touchdown early in the second quarter, B.C. was in complete command the rest of the way to wrap up their second straight pennant. Penalties and interceptions hurt the Winnipeg bid to break a 12-game losing streak, the longest in CFL history.
Hamilton 21, MONTREAL 14 (16146) - Hamilton QB Bernie Faloney, who shared the signal calling with Frank Cosentino, hit Tommy Grant and Willie Bethea with TD passes. K Don Sutherin, who won the EFC scoring title by 26 points, converted both Hamilton touchdowns, booted a 44-yard field goal and added two singles.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Brit Col 11  2 3 328 168 25 *-Hamilton 10  3 1 329 201 21
*-Calgary  12  4 0 352 249 24 *-Ottawa    8  5 1 313 228 17
*-Saskatch  9  7 0 330 282 18 *-Montreal  6  8 0 192 264 12
Edmonton    4 12 0 222 458  8 Toronto     4 10 0 243 332  8
Winnipeg    1 14 1 270 397  3 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Calgary 20, HAMILTON 18 (25000) - Calgary HB Lovell Coleman galloped 85 yards for one touchdown and ran another 50 yards to set up a two-yard touchdown by quarterback Eagle Day. Coleman gained a total of 238 yards rushing to better the old WFC mark of 224 yards set earlier this season by Ed Buchanan of Saskatchewan.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19
SASKATCHEWAN 31, Winnipeg 30 (16707) - DE Ron Meadmore burst into the Winnipeg back field to block a 45-yard field goal attempt by rookie Jack Robinson on the last play of the game and sealed the Bombers' doom after they rallied from a 17-0 deficit behind QB Kenny Ploen, who completed 15 of 19 passes for 189 yards.
Ottawa 23, MONTREAL 8 (20462) - Riders QB Russ Jackson completed 13 of 18 pass attempts, good for 281 yards and all three of Ottawa's TDs, after the Alouettes had set up an 8-0 lead early in the second quarter. His best pass went to Ted Watkins who outraced three Montreal defenders to score on a 107-yard pass-and-run play.
British Columbia 49, EDMONTON 6 (21000) - Willie Fleming broke loose for TD runs of 25 and 33 yards to pace the B.C. scorers before the largest crowd in Edmonton history. Rookie HB Butch Pressley scored the only Edmonton TD on a flashy 37-yard gallop, the longest of the game.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
Hamilton 27, TORONTO 14 (27447) - Tommy Grant scored two long TDs on almost identical pass plays from QB Frank Cosentino, who shared Tiger-Cats' quarterbacking duties with veteran Bernie Faloney. Faloney threw a five -yard TD pass to Hal Patterson, and Carney Henley intercepted a last-quarter pass to score Hamilton's other TD.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
British Col 5  0 2 163  59 12 Ottawa      5  2 1 196 131 11
Calgary     6  3 0 183 159 12 Hamilton    4  3 0 148 118  8
Saskatch    6  3 0 232 131 12 Montreal    3  4 0  89 125  6
Edmonton    2  6 0 103 279  4 Toronto     2  5 0 115 154  4
Winnipeg    1  8 1 179 252  3
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-3-1)
Head Coach: Ralph Sazio
Passing Leader: Bernie Faloney (1939)
Rushing Leader: Art Baker (726)
Receiving Leader: Tommy Grant (44-1029)
Toronto Argonauts (4-10)
Head Coach: Norbert Wirkowski
Passing Leader: Jackie Parker (1841)
Rushing Leader: Jim Vollenweider (464)
Receiving Leader: Dick Shatto (53-859)
Ottawa Rough Riders (8-5-1)
Head Coach: Frank Clair
Passing Leader: Russ Jackson (2156)
Rushing Leader: Ron Stewart (867)
Receiving Leader: Whit Tucker (31-517)
Montreal Alouettes (6-8)
Head Coach: Jim Trimble
Passing Leader: George Bork (906)
Rushing Leader: George Dixon (594)
Receiving Leader: Jack Gotta (22-262)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1-14-1)
Head Coach: Bud Grant
Passing Leader: Kenny Ploen (1878)
Rushing Leader: Leo Lewis (845)
Receiving Leader: Ernie Pitts (32-459)
Edmonton Eskimos (4-12)
Head Coach: Neill Armstrong
Passing Leader: Bill Redell (920)
Rushing Leader: Bill Tobin (497)
Receiving Leader: Tommy Coffey (81-1142)
Calgary Stampeders (12-4)
Head Coach: Bobby Dobbs
Passing Leader: Eagle Day (2197)
Rushing Leader: Lovell Coleman (1629)
Receiving Leader: Bobby Taylor (66-917)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-7)
Head Coach: Bob Shaw
Passing Leader: Ron Lancaster (2256)
Rushing Leader: Ed Buchanan (1390)
Receiving Leader: Hugh Campbell (65-1000)
British Columbia Lions (11-2-3)
Head Coach: Dave Skrien
Passing Leader: Joe Kapp (2816)
Rushing Leader: Bob Swift (1054)
Receiving Leader: Sonny Homer (50-776)
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Brit Col  7  1 3 218 111 17 Ottawa      6  2 1 212 145 13
Calgary     8  4 0 244 212 16 Hamilton    6  3 1 224 163 13
Saskatch    7  4 0 267 159 14 Montreal    4  5 0 117 148  8
Edmonton    2  8 0 128 342  4 Toronto     3  7 0 191 228  6
Winnipeg    1 10 1 219 312  3 *-Clinched Playoff Berth