1967 GREY CUP GAME (Saturday, December 2 at Ottawa - 31,358)
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS (12-4) 24, SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS (15-5) 1 - For the first time since 1940, the Grey Cup was held in the nation’s capital as part of Canada’s centennial celebrations. Fans were treated to a match-up of the last two champions, as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats tangled with the Saskatchewan Roughriders at a chilly Lansdowne Park. It marked Hamilton’s sixth appearance in the Grey Cup during the 1960s, as the Ticats hunted for their third title in the decade. The Roughriders were looking to defend their first ever championship, won the previous year in Vancouver. In the end, the Ticats took home the 1967 title in a rout. Hamilton’s defence flexed its muscles, limiting the Roughriders to just a single point. It was the lowest-point total for a losing team at the Grey Cup since Winnipeg dropped the 1950 game in a shutout. Hamilton’s Joe Zuger was responsible for 15 points, scoring one touchdown, throwing for another and adding three singles. He was named the outstanding player of the game. Saskatchewan’s George Reed rushed for 92 yards, the majority of which came in the first time. But Hamilton’s front four of Angelo Mosca, John Barrow, Billy Ray Locklin and Dave Viti, not to mention linebackers Ron Brewer and Smokey Stover wore down Reed and contained quarterback Ron Lancaster. Zuger opened the scoring in the first quarter. A pass interference call against Saskatchewan’s Bob Kosid gave the Ticats the ball on the Saskatchewan three-yard line. Zuger sent the motion left and scored up the middle on a quarterback run. Leading 7-1 in the second quarter, Zuger used his arm when he connected with Ted Watkins for a 72-yard passing play. A failed field goal attempt by Tommy Joe Coffey and two singles by Zuger on punts gave Hamilton a 17-1 advantage at halftime. Zuger opened up the second half scoring well into the fourth quarter with another single. Then in the dying moments of the game, Ed Buchanan fumbled on a hand off by Lancaster, which Locklin picked up and ran 43 yards for a defensive touchdown. Lancaster was limited to 119 passing yards for the game. Buchanan was ejected from the game late in regulation for punching a couple of Hamilton players in frustration. Garney Henley, Bob Richardson and Bob Krouse all intercepted Lancaster passes. It marked the sixth consecutive game that the Ticats held their opponents without a touchdown.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-4)
Head Coach: Ralph Sazio
Calgary Stampeders (12-4)
Head Coach: Jerry Williams
Ottawa Rough Riders (9-4-1)
Head Coach: Frank Clair
Toronto Argonauts (5-8-1)
Head Coach: Leo Cahill
Montreal Alouettes (2-12)
Head Coach: Kay Dalton
Saskatchewan Roughriders (12-4)
Head Coach: Eagle Keys
Edmonton Eskimos (9-6-1)
Head Coach: Neill Armstrong
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (4-12)
Head Coach: Joe Zaleski
British Columbia Lions (3-12-1)
Head Coach: Dave Skrien (0-3), 3 co-coaches (0-1) and Jim Champion (3-8-1)
TUESDAY AUGUST 1
CALGARY 20, Brit Columbia 7 (19436) - Calgary QB Peter Liske threw three TD passes and steered the Stampeders to a win in the season opener. Liske threw to six different receivers, finding Terry Evanshen with TD passes in the first and third quarters and fullback Lovell Coleman for the first of the game in the first quarter.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2
Winnipeg 20, EDMONTON 0 (15000) - End Noel Dunford caught a first-quarter TD pass from QB Ken Ploen. S Bill Van Burkleo scored off an interception in the second quarter, and flanker Ken Nielsen scored the last TD on a pass from Ploen in the third quarter. Winnipeg gained 309 yards on offense, while Edmonton was held to 150.
MONDAY AUGUST 7
Saskatchewan 24, BRIT COLUMBIA 16 (28411) - Most of Saskatchewan's yardage, 223 yards, came on the ground but two touchdowns came through the air. QB Ron Lancaster tossed scoring strikes to Hugh Campbell and Al Ford. He got the other major himself by bulling over from the one.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    1  0 0  24  16  2 Montreal    0  0 0   0   0  0
Calgary     1  0 0  20   7  2 Toronto     0  0 0   0   0  0
Winnipeg    1  0 0  20   0  2 Hamilton    0  0 0   0   0  0
Edmonton    0  1 0   0  20  0 Ottawa      0  0 0   0   0  0
British Col 0  2 0  23  44  0
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27
BRIT COLUMBIA 17, Winnipeg 1 (25142) - The Lions dealt a double blow to Winnipeg by whipping them and knocking out star HB Dave Raimey from action for a month with a fractured collarbone. QB Bernie Faloney threw to Leroy Sledge for one touchdown, and DB Craig Murray returned an interception 50 yards for a TD.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
SASKATCHEWAN 17, Toronto 15 (21271) - Saskatchewan had little trouble most of the way and nullified a brilliant individual effort by Bobby Taylor, who rang up 190 yards, including a 17-yard TD, in 11 receptions. George Reed scored twice from one yard out for the Riders. Jack Abendschan's 31-yard FG was the difference.
Calgary 25, EDMONTON 5 (22604) - A record crowd at Clarke Stadium watched the Stampeders explode in the second half after holding only a slim 3-2 edge at halftime. Frank Andruski, Lovell Coleman and Terry Evanshen each scored a TD in Calgary's second-half rampage and Bill Goods kicked three converts, a FG and a single.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
WINNIPEG 19, Brit Columbia 8 (13170) - Winnipeg trailed 8-3 going into the final quarter. Ed Ulmer started the scoring binge when he grabbed Neal Beaumont's short punt and rambled 25 yards for the TD that put the Bombers ahead. FB Ron Kirkland wrapped up the game in the final seconds when he plunged one yard for a TD.
Ottawa 17, HAMILTON 8 (27125) - Bo Scott paced Ottawa with two TDs. Scott grounded out 72 yards on 16 carries before limping off with a gimpy ankle. Don Sutherin converted both scores and added a pair of singles on wide field goal attempts. Hamilton's only touchdown came on a pass from Willie Bethea to Garney Henley.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    8  2 0 226 181 16 Hamilton    6  2 0 131 109 12
Calgary     8  3 0 232 119 16 Ottawa      5  4 0 207 138 10
Edmonton    4  6 1 152 183  9 Toronto     3  6 0 128 192  6
Winnipeg    4  7 0 157 231  8 Montreal    2  5 0  90 119  4
British Col 2  7 1 129 180  5
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23
CALGARY 16, Edmonton 0 (21435) - Calgary QB Peter Liske had the Eskimos pass defence unsettled long enough to set up TDs by Herm Harrison and Lovell Coleman in the first half as the Stampeders moved into first place in the West. Edmonton QB Frank Consentino gave up four interceptions and substitute Randy Kerbow one.HAMILTON 22, Ottawa 17 (25482) - After a slow start, marked only by an 88-yard first-quarter TD pass from Ottawa QB Russ Jackson to Whit Tucker, the game came to life in the second half. Hamilton got a fourth-quarter TD from Dick Cohee, while Tommy-Joe Coffey scored a third-quarter touchdown and kicked three field goals.
FRIDAY AUGUST 25
SASKATCHEWAN 24, Winnipeg 18 (15000) - Saskatchewan QB Ron Lancaster scored a TD with 25 seconds left to give the Roughriders the win, after Winnipeg had tied the score at 18. George Reed and Ed Buchanan also scored Rider TDs. For Winnipeg, Ken Neilsen scored twice. Bombers QB Kenny Ploen suffered a shoulder injury.
SATURDAY AUGUST 26
MONTREAL 34, Toronto 22 (15000) - Roger Murphy and Charlie Scales scored two TDs each to spark Montreal to its first win of the season. Larry Fairchild got the other touchdown when he picked up a fumble and raced to the Toronto end zone. Als QB George Bork threw two TD passes, but left late with a leg and ankle injury.
SUNDAY AUGUST 27
Calgary 16, BRIT COLUMBIA 7 (28436) - Calgary spoiled the head coaching debut of Jim Champion and took
over sole possession of first place. The only B.C. TD came from FB Larry Eilmes early in the second quarter to tie the score at 7. Calgary rolled up 435 yards on offense, with Lovell Coleman leading the ground attack with 133.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Calgary     4  1 0 104  51  8 Ottawa      2  1 0  85  54  4
Saskatch    3  1 0  94  83  6 Hamilton    2  1 0  53  53  4
Winnipeg    2  2 0  72  80  4 Toronto     2  2 0  64  89  4
Edmonton    2  3 0  76  88  4 Montreal    1  2 0  57  53  2
British Col 0  5 0  60 114  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9
WINNIPEG 27, Calgary 16 (19727) - Led by QB Kenny Ploen, the Bombers took advantage of a Stampeder fumble on the opening kickoff to vault into an early 8-2 lead which they nursed into the second half. Lovell Coleman and Bob Paremore scored Calgary TDs in the final two minutes of the game, but it was too little too late.
OTTAWA 28, Edmonton 25 (21803) - 19-year old Margene Adkins led Ottawa as he caught six passes for 151
yards and two TDs. Edmonton closed the gap to 28-25 with 35 seconds left and recovered an onside kick, but DB Don Sutherin, acquired from Edmonton last week, ended the rally when he battled down a pass on the Ottawa 10.
FRIDAY AUGUST 11
SASKATCHEWAN 36, Brit Col 13 (19016) - Rider QB Ron Lancaster hit his pass receivers with precision and RB George Reed went over the B.C. goal line for three touchdowns. While the Roughriders picked up 245 yards rushing and 227 passing, B.C. managed only 123 on the ground and passed for 186 yards.
TORONTO 14, Montreal 7 (29698) - Montreal's Larry Fairholm ran into his end zone after fielding a punt inside
his 10 with less, than three minutes remaning. The two points left Argos ahead 13-7, but Fairholm.neglected a year-old rule that the defensive team must kick from its own 23 after conceding a safety in the final five minutes.
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
Edmonton 20, HAMILTON 14 (22435) - Former Hamilton QB Frank Consentino set up halfback Jim Thomas for two touchdowns, one on a blazing 45-yard run and the other on a six-yard pass and brought Peter Kempf near enough to kick a pair of field goals, one from 40 yards and the other from the 25-yard line to lead the Eskimos.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  0 0  60  29  4 Ottawa      1  0 0  28  25  2
Winnipeg    2  0 0  47  16  4 Toronto     1  0 0  14   7  2
Calgary     1  1 0  36  34  2 Hamilton    0  1 0  14  20  0
Edmonton    1  2 0  45  62  2 Montreal    0  1 0   7  14  0
British Col 0  3 0  36  80  0
TUESDAY AUGUST 15
CALGARY 36, Saskatchewan 10 (22846) - Calgary capitalized on Rider errors to the tune of 16 points before a record crowd. QB Peter Liske threw two TD passes to Herm Harrison and one each to Gerry Shaw and sent Bob Paremore, a 62-yard play. Rookie Art Froese recovered a Rider fumble on a punt and scrambled in for a TD.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16
Ottawa 40, WINNIPEG 7 (19502) - Ottawa QB Russ Jackson blended short and long passes to set up TDs by Rick Black, Bo Scott, Whit Tucker and Jay Roberts. Jackson ran up 374 yards passing. Winnipeg's only TD was scored by Ken Nielsen. Winnipeg managed only eight yards rushing and 177 through the air.
Toronto 18, BRITISH COL 17 (27142) - The Lions fired coach Dave Skrien before the game and replaced him with Jim Champion. Co-coaches Al Evans, Tony Knap and Ron Morris saw their team lose when John Vilunas missed a convert in the fourth, but an offside ruling against B.C. gave Vilunas another chance, which he made.
THURSDAY AUGUST 17
Hamilton 17, MONTREAL 16 - The Als had two fourth quarter FG attempts from the 10-yard line, but K Ron Parsons hit the post on the first try and went wide on the second. Coach Kay Dalton said he never considered
running the ball in the two crucial plays. Dick Cohee's 92-yard TD catch in the third put Hamilton ahead 17-15.
SATURDAY AUGUST 19
EDMONTON 31, Toronto 10 (21107) - Jim Thomas scored three touchdowns to pace Edmonton. Flanker Randy Kerbow scored the fourth touchdown and Peter Kempf added a field goal and four converts. Thomas gained a total of 110 yards rushing and caught one pass for another 55 yards. Frank Cosentino threw two TD passes.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  1 0  70  65  4 Ottawa      2  0 0  68  32  4
Winnipeg    2  1 0  54  56  4 Toronto     2  1 0  42  55  4
Calgary     2  1 0  72  44  4 Hamilton    1  1 0  31  36  2
Edmonton    2  2 0  76  72  4 Montreal    0  2 0  23  31  0
British Col 0  4 0  53  98  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30
Saskatchewan 21, EDMONTON 10 (22197) - The Roughies trailed 10-3 after one quarter, but they bounced back for a 17-10 lead at the half, and led 21-10 after three quarters. They allowed the Eskimos just two first downs in the second half. George Reed and Ed Buchanan scored touchdowns for the Roughriders.
THURSDAY AUGUST 31
Brit Columbia 22, WINNIPEG 13 (17489) - Put on the bench for eight minutes by coach Jim Champion, 35-year old Bernie Faloney recovered from a bruising Winnipeg welcome to direct a Lion comeback. He completed 15 of 23 aerials for 247 yards as the Lions wiped out a 13-point deficit and handed the Bombers their third straight loss.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
CALGARY 39, Winnipeg 0 (22561) - Pete Liske completed 22 of 34 pass attempts for a total of 420 yards as the Stampeders collected 532 yards total offense. He threw two TD passes to Terry Evanshen, one to Gerry Shaw and a 78-yard TD pass to Lovell Coleman. Liske himself scored a second quarter TD on a one-yard dive.
SASKATCHEWAN 18, Edmonton 6 (21673) - Before a record crowd, QB Ron Lancaster passed to Hugh Campbell for a 29-yard TD for the winners with Campbell getting the other major on a ten yard run. Peter Kempf scored all six Edmonton points on a pair of FGs. Riders RB George Reed carried 17 times for 101 yards.
OTTAWA 17, Montreal 5 (24647) - A pair of TD passes to flanker Whit Tucker, covering 29 and 92 yards, led Ottawa to the win. QB Russ Jackson completed 14 of 2S passes for 296 yards. The crowd broke the Lansdowne Park attendance record set last October in a game against Hamilton.
HAMILTON 12, Toronto 9 (25357) - The Ticats scored their third win in four starts on the strength of a TD by Dick Cohee, a pair of singles by Joe Zuger, a convert and a FG by Tommy-Joe Coffey. Dave Mann, on a punt situation,
threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Mel Profit for Toronto's lone touchdown.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Calgary     5  1 0 143  51 10 Ottawa      3  1 0 102  59  6
Saskatch    5  1 0 133  99 10 Hamilton    3  1 0  65  62  6
Winnipeg    2  4 0  85 141  4 Toronto     2  3 0  73 101  4
Edmonton    2  5 0  92 127  4 Montreal    1  3 0  62  70  2
British Col 1  5 0  82 127  2
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9
BRIT COL 14, Edmonton 14 (T) (28266) - A TD by QB Frank Cosentino with less than two minutes remaining gave the Eskimos the tie. Randy Kerbow scored the other Edmonton TD. The Lions got TDs from HB Jim Young and LB Norm Fieldgate, who intercepted a Cosentino pass in the third quarter.
MONTREAL 27, Winnipeg 26 (15000) - Phil Brady of Montreal and Bill Cooper of Winnipeg traded TDs on punt returns, Brady for 70 yards and Cooper for 75. Fumbles and funny happenings contributed largely to Montreal's victory as Roger Hamelin missed three Winnipeg converts—enough points to have won them the game.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
SASKATCHEWAN 32, Ottawa 23 (21696) - A record shirt-sleeved Taylor Field crowd saw a virtual replay of last fall's Grey Cup final. QB Ron Lancaster led his Riders to 201 yards on the ground and 223 in the air, while Ed Buchanan scored twice, one an electrifying 85-yard gallop, and George Reed and Hugh Campbell scored one.
Hamilton 23, TORONTO 15 (24343) - Hamilton got a pair of TDs from Willie Bethea in the second quarter to key their victory with FL Dave Fleming adding another and Tommy-Joe Coffey contributing an 18-yard field goal and
two converts. TiCat QB Joe Zuger was good on 17 of 28 pass attempts for 230 yards.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    6  1 0 165 122 12 Hamilton    4  1 0  88  77  8
Calgary     5  1 0 143  51 10 Ottawa      3  2 0 125  91  6
Edmonton    2  5 1 106 141  5 Montreal    2  3 0  89  96  4
Winnipeg    2  5 0 111 168  4 Toronto     2  4 0  88 124  4
British Col 1  5 1  96 141  3
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4
Saskatchewan 22, MONTREAL 12 (13000) - Montreal's new QB, Carroll Williams, threw a perfect second-quarter strike to Saskatchewan's Ted Dushinski, who galloped 72 yards for a TD. QB Ron Lancaster hit Hugh Campbell with a 10-yard pass at 9:23 of the fourth quarter to wrap up the win and put the Riders in first place all alone.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 7
CALGARY 34, Hamilton 10 (22096) - Herm Harrison caught three TD passes and Terry Evanshen two as Calgary mauled Hamilton to stay on the heels of Saskatchewan in the West.. Stampeder QB Peter Liske completed 25 of 37 pass attempts for 343 yards. Clem Turner, playing his first game for Hamilton, scored a third-quarter TD.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
Edmonton 19, BRIT COLUMBIA 3 (23386) - It was the Eskimo defence that provided their first two points in the first
quarter when Lions' QB Henry Schichtle was caught for a safety. The defence scored again late in the third quarter when Garry Lefebvre picked off a Schichtle pass and scampered 54 yards for a touchdown.
TORONTO 53, Winnipeg 0 (18575) - Toronto exploded for their biggest scoring total since 1960 as they embarrassed Winnipeg. Seven players shared scoring honors. Argonaut officials said the margin of victory was the largest in club history. Toronto blasted Montreal Alouettes 63-27 in 1950 for their highest point total.
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
SASKATCHEWAN 22, Hamilton 21 (21405) - An interception with just 40 seconds left by Bruce Bennett, when Hamilton was marching to the Saskatchewan end of the turf, gave Saskatchewan possession and saved the one-point win. Bennett got another interception just five plays before. Riders RB George Reed ran for 182 yards.
OTTAWA 40, Montreal 6 (21078) - QB Russ Jackson passed for two TDs, ran for two himself and handed off to  Bo Scott for a two-yard plunge for the fifth as the Riders romped. Montreal QB Carroll Williams was good on only
seven of 16 pass attempts for 116 yards. He had two intercepted and was thrown for losses 11 times.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Saskatch 10  2 0 270 214 20 Hamilton    6  4 0 162 165 12
*-Calgary   9  3 0 266 129 18 Ottawa      6  4 0 247 144 12
Edmonton    5  6 1 171 186 11 Toronto     4  6 0 181 192  8
Winnipeg    4  8 0 157 284  8 Montreal    2  7 0 108 181  4
British Col 2  8 1 132 199  5 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14
HAMILTON 22, Brit Columbia 17 (19000) - The game ended when QB Bernie Faloney fired a pass at Jim Young on the goaline. The ball trickled off Young's fingers and the Ticats escaped. Ted Watkins caught scoring passes of 25 and 16 yards from Hamilton QB Joe Zuger and Tommy-Joe Coffey produced 10 points with his toe.
Toronto 20, MONTREAL 9 (10000) - Toronto strung together an awesome second half ground attack for the win. Jim Dillard, cast off by both Calgary and Ottawa in his CFL career, erupted for 102 yards in the last half. The Argos need either a win or a Montreal loss to clinch their first playoff appearance since 1961.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
EDMONTON 21, Saskatchewan 17 (21000) - The Eskimos recovered a fourth-quarter fumble on the Rider 31, and drove in from there for the game-winning touchdown. Frank Cosentino and Randy Kerbow scored Edmonton touchdowns. Peter Kempf converted both, kicked two field goals and a single on a field goal attempt.
CALGARY 51, Winnipeg 29 (17710) - Calgary QB Peter Liske threw six TD passes in the game and completed 20 throws to bring his season total to 237, a WFC record, and gained 349 yards. Terry Evanshen brought his pass reception yardage to 1,384, another WFC record, as was Bill Goods converting all seven Calgary touchdowns.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Saskatch 10  3 0 287 235 20 *-Hamilton  7  4 0 184 182 14
*-Calgary  10  3 0 317 158 20 Ottawa      6  4 0 247 144 12
Edmonton    6  6 1 192 203 13 Toronto     5  6 0 201 201 10
Winnipeg    4  9 0 186 335  8 Montreal    2  8 0 117 201  4
British Col 2  9 1 149 221  5 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18
OTTAWA 19, British Col 16 (19302) - The Riders struck for two fast TDs late in the second quarter to take a 13-9 half-time lead and two second half FGs by Don Sutherin to take the victory. Sutherin's winning kick came with less than two minutes left, while Bernie Faloney hit Jim Young seven times for a total of 109 yards and two TDs.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21
EDMONTON 30, Montreal 24 (16000) - Edmonton's win marked the first time since 1961 they had managed seven wins. The Eskimos converted two Montreal fumbles and two interceptions into an early 20-0 lead. The Alouettes fought back but Jim Thomas put Edmonton beyond reach with a 72-yard touchdown run in the third.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
Hamilton 31, WINNIPEG 4 (13045) - Winnipeg, whose faint playoffs hopes were erased by Edmonton's win, picked up more offensive yards than Hamilton but still lost. The Hamilton defense intercepted three passes and recovered two Winnipeg fumbles. The closest the Bombers could come to the end zone was the Hamilton 26.
CALGARY 19, Saskatchewan 11 (21845) - Calgary QB Peter Liske increased his collection of WFC passing records to four. Liske completed 24 of 31 passes for 269 yards and now holds or shares WFC season records for most yards passing, most attempts, most completed and most touchdown passes.
TORONTO 28, Ottawa 28 (T) (27238) - Former Ottawa RB Jim Dillard scored three TDs for the Argos, who clinched a playoff berth for the first time since 1961. QB Wally Gabler ended the game with a single for the tie. Ottawa QB Russ Jackson threw for three of Ottawa's TDs, twice to Whit Tucker and once to Margene Adkin.
MONDAY OCTOBER 23
BRITISH COL 30, Montreal 20 (24621) - Rookie HB Leroy Sledge paced British Columbia in a battle of last-place clubs. Sledge scored two touchdowns and set up a third. QB Bernie Faloney scored the other B.C. touchdown. The Als, who suffered their seventh consecutive loss, got two touchdowns from HB Phil Brady.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Calgary  11  3 0 336 169 22 *-Hamilton  8  4 0 215 186 16
*-Saskatch 10  4 0 298 254 20 *-Ottawa    7  4 1 294 188 15
*-Edmonton  7  6 1 222 227 15 *-Toronto   5  6 1 229 229 11
Winnipeg    4 10 0 190 366  8 Montreal    2 10 0 161 261  4
British Col 3 10 1 195 260  7 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
Edmonton 20, CALGARY 11 (22164) - Calgary QB Peter Liske set two CFL passing records and one WFC record, and SE Terry Evanshen set another Canadian mark, but Edmonton DB John Wydareny intercepted a Liske heave
in the fourth and ran the ball back 105 yards for one of the most electrifying majors of the season.
OTTAWA 28, Toronto 18 (21358) - Ottawa allowed Toronto to roll up a 14-0 lead before coming back. FB Bo Scott, whose early fumble allowed the Argos to get the early jump, caught touchdown passes and ran 18 yards for a third. DE Ed Harrington got Toronto's first TD when he grabbed Scott's fumble at Ottawa's 14 on the first play.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 29
SASKATCHEWAN 24, Brit Col 14 (13936) - Saskatchewan downed the Lions before the smallest Taylor Field crowd of the year to move back into a tie for first place. Gord Barwell, George Reed and Henry Dorsch each scored TDs for the Roughies. Reed carried 32 times for 104 yards.
HAMILTON 26, Montreal 4 (16127) - Hamilton got TDs from Bill Redell, Dick Gibbs and Tommy Joe Coffey to stay one point ahead of Ottawa in the East. Hamilton outran Montreal 115 yards to 71. TiCat QB Joe Zuger was good on 14 of 31 passes for 218 yards and Montreal's Carroll Williams good on 11 of 26 for 196 yards.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Calgary  11  4 0 347 189 22 *-Hamilton  9  4 0 241 190 18
*-Saskatch 11  4 0 322 268 22 *-Ottawa    8  4 1 322 206 17
*-Edmonton  8  6 1 242 238 17 *-Toronto   5  7 1 247 257 11
Winnipeg    4 10 0 190 366  8 Montreal    2 11 0 165 287  4
British Col 3 11 1 209 284  7 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WESTERN SEMI-FINALS
Sat Nov 11 - SASKATCHEWAN 21, Edmonton 5 (15559) - Saskatchewan led 8-0 on a TD by Ed Buchanan and a single and a convert by Jack Abendschan in the first quarter. The Roughies widened the margin to 11-0 at the half on a FG by Abendschan. Garner Ekstran went over for Saskatchewan's second TD in the fourth for the clincher.
WESTERN FINALS (Saskatchewan wins series, 2 games to 1)
Sat Nov 18 - CALGARY 15, Saskatchewan 11 (21031) - The Stampeders, their sight riveted on a Grey.Cup berth  to end an 18-year drought, did it the hard way again, coming from behind in the last quarter. With less than 10 minutes to play, QB Peter Liske swung a pass out to FB Lovell Coleman at the Saskatchewan one for a TD.
Wed Nov 22 - SASKATCHEWAN 11, Calgary 9 (12456) - The Riders recovered a fumbled snap late in the third on
Calgary's 45 and moved up for Jack Abendschan's 18-yard FG in the fourth for the win. Calgary FL Terry Evanshen was lost with a broken left ankle. The Roughriders defense picked off four Peter Liske passes.
Sun Nov 26 - Saskatchewan 17, CALGARY 13 (21036) - Riders RB George Reed ran 35 times for 201 yards, nearly twice the yardage that Calgary rolled up passing and running. QB Ron Lancaster hit Jim Oarphin in the
first quarter and Gord Harwell in the second with touchdown tosses as the Riders returned to the Grey Cup.
EASTERN SEMI-FINAL
Sun Nov 12 - OTTAWA 38, Toronto 22 (20627) - Ottawa QB Russ Jackson fired four TD passes to go along with three FGs, four converts and a single by Don Sutherin. The Argos, who got off to a slow start behind QB Wally Gabler, came to life when rookie Tom Wilkinson took over in the second quarter. Wilkinson threw two TD passes.
EASTERN FINALS (Hamilton wins series, 37-3)
Sun Nov 19 - Hamilton 11, OTTAWA 3 (22287) - A 32-yard scoring burst by Allen Smith was the only major score of the game as Hamilton's defensive unit outmauled Ottawa. This is the fifth straight year Hamilton and Ottawa have met in the conference final with last year the only time the Ticats have missed reaching the Grey Cup final.
Sat Nov 25 - HAMILTON 26, Ottawa 0 (21254) - Hamilton tossed two long passes to wrap up the championship
within the first six minutes. QB Joe Zuger threw a 32-yard pass to Dave Fleming and a 60-yard score to Willie Fleming. Ottawa QB Russ Jackson was dumped four times for losses.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12
CALGARY 20, Ottawa 13 (19886) - Calgary scored two second half TDs as they came from behind to defeat Ottawa. Terry Evanshen caught a 23-yard TD pass from Peter Liske in the third quarter and Bob Paremore scored in the fourth on a 68-yard TD catch. Bo Scott look a 21-yard pass from Russ Jackson for Ottawa's only TD.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16
Calgary 4, MONTREAL 0 (14000) - Fans probably cost the Als a victory when, on the last play of the game, DE John Baker recovered a fumble and was prevented from scoring more by fans swarming on the field than Calgary tacklers. An 11-yard FG by Bill Goods and a single on a missed FG by Larry Robinson were the only points.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17
WINNIPEG 17, Saskatchewan 16 (21681) - The Bombers overcame a 16-0 Saskatchewan halftime lead, getting
their spark from a blocked kick early in the third. The win was their first in six games. Ken Nielsen and Bill Van
Burkleo scored TDs for Winnipeg. Saskatchewan got a touchdown from George Reed.
EDMONTON 19, British Col 8 (20000) - Randy Kerbow and Art Perkins scored the Eskimo touchdowns. Peter Kempf converted both, kicked a field goal and added a single on a wide field goal attempt. Kerbow added the last single on a punt. Jim Young scored the Lions' TD. It was converted by Ted Gerela who also had a single.
Hamilton 16, OTTAWA 14 (27058) - Kicking turned the tide for Hamilton, as it has all season, with end Tommy- Joe Coffey booting a 28-yard field goal with one second remaining. It was the third field goal of the day for Coffey who also hit from 25 and 32 yards. Ronnie Stewart scored two Ottawa touchdowns.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Calgary     7  1 0 167  64 14 Hamilton    5  1 0 104  91 10
Saskatch    6  2 0 181 139 12 Ottawa      3  4 0 152 127  6
Edmonton    3  5 1 125 149  7 Montreal    2  4 0  89 100  4
Winnipeg    3  5 0 128 184  6 Toronto     2  4 0  88 124  4
British Col 1  6 1 104 160  3
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1
EDMONTON 24, Winnipeg 8 (13000) - Behind 8-3 with only nine minutes to play, Eskimos exploded for three quick TDs to hand the Blue Bombers their 11th loss. E E. A. Sims, DL John LaGrone and FL Randy Kerbow scored the Edmonton touchdowns. The win was Edmonton's eighth in the last nine games.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4
Calgary 35, BRIT COLUMBIA 30 (23706) - The Stamps earned the Western title because of a better record against the Riders. Calgary QB Peter Liske fired five TD passes to finish the season with a CFL-record 40. His favorite target, Terry Evanshen, set a CFL season record with 96 receptions, eight more than the old mark.
Ottawa 15, MONTREAL 1 (6000) - A driving rain accompanied the opening kickoff. By half-time, with Ottawa leading 15-0, the crowd had diminished lo 4,000, an all-lime low in attendance. The Riders struck early in the
Molson Stadium quagmire, with a first quarter TD run from Bo Scott and a second-period major by Ron Stewart.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5
Saskatchewan 24, WINNIPEG 14 (11015) - Referee Al Dryburgh of Winnipeg was attacked by several fans at tbe final gun after he ejected Bomber guard Dwayne Crorier, who was involved in a fourth-quarter fracas with Roughrider centre Ron Atchison. George Reed scored two Roughrider majors in the win.
Hamilton 9, TORONTO 5 (24146) - In a driving rainstorm, Hamilton forced a fumble late in the game to take first place. With the Argos at the Hamilton 14, QB Wally Gabler was hit by Ted Page. The ball fell free and Hamilton recovered. QB Joe Zuger ran out all but three seconds on the clock and Gabler missed with his last pass.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
*-Calgary  12  4 0 382 219 24 *-Hamilton 10  4 0 250 195 20
*-Saskatch 12  4 0 346 282 24 *-Ottawa    9  4 1 337 207 19
*-Edmonton  9  6 1 266 246 19 *-Toronto   5  8 1 252 266 11
Winnipeg    4 12 0 212 414  8 Montreal    2 12 0 166 302  4
British Col 3 12 1 239 319  7 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
Art Perkins and Gary Lefebvre scored for Edmonton, while Dave Raimey had the only Winnipeg TD.
HAMILTON 19, Montreal 1 (20435) - Hamilton won its sixth game in seven starts to remain in first place as Willie Bethea ran for the lone Ticat touchdown. Tommy Joe Coffey converted and kicked three field goals. Quarterback Joe Zuger punted for three singles. Dave Lewis booted a 60-yard single for Montreal's only point.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Calgary 27 (22028) - The Roughriders are back in first place thanks to two missed FGs by Larry Robinson, one with 10 second left. Robinson missed from 37 and 33 yards before a record Regina crowd. Calgary rallied to go into a 27-24 lead at the end of the third, but Saskatchewan scored two safetys for the win.
OTTAWA 38, Toronto 3 (21031) - QB Russ Jackson led the offense to 524 yards, 292 passing, despite a field made slippery by rains. Jackson threw two long TD passes, one for 55 yards to Margene Adkins and another of 81 yards to fullback Bo Scott. Whit Tucker caught a 16-yarder for a third touchdown.
WESTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE   EASTERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Saskatch    7  2 0 209 166 14 Hamilton    6  1 0 123  92 12
Calgary     7  3 0 207 114 14 Ottawa      4  4 0 190 130  8
Edmonton    4  5 1 147 158  9 Toronto     3  5 0 113 175  6
Winnipeg    3  6 0 137 206  6 Montreal    2  5 0  90 119  4
British Col 1  6 1 104 160  3
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20
TORONTO 22, Calgary 13 (22082) - Former Stampeder FB Jim Dillard led a devastating ground attack as he rushed for 95 yards in 17 carries, scored the first and last Toronto TDs and combined on a 50-yard TD pass with Joe Williams for the other. Lovel Coleman and Frank Adruski scored the Calgary TDs.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23
Edmonton 22, WINNIPEG 9 (17121) - Eskimo defenders scored two TDs, one on a blocked kick, the other on an intercepted pass. The Edmonton defence intercepted three passes and recovered three fumbles. Trent Walters,