SUNDAY OCTOBER 19
Baltimore 40, DETROIT 14              WASHINGTON 37, Green Bay 21
Chicago Cardinals 23, NEW YORK 6      CHICAGO BEARS 31, Los Angeles 10
CLEVELAND 27, Pittsburgh 10           San Francisco 30, PHILADELPHIA 24
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        4  0 0 1.000 137  77 Baltimore        4  0 0 1.000 143  84
New York         2  2 0  .500  88  71 Chicago Bears    3  1 0  .750 131  87
Washington       2  2 0  .500  85  93 Los Angeles      2  2 0  .500 112  92
Chicago Cards    2  2 0  .500  95  88 San Francisco    2  2 0  .500  62 105
Philadelphia     1  3 0  .250  74 101 Detroit          0  3 1  .000  70 123
Pittsburgh       1  3 0  .250  60  99 GREEN BAY        0  3 1  .000  71 108
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20
WINNIPEG 36, Calgary 9 (20059) - Jim Van Pelt threw three TD passes to Ernie Pitts and scored another TD. He also kicked a FG and two converts to give him 32 points in the three games since Kenny Ploen was hurt.
Edmonton 26, SASKATCHEWAN 13 (12789) - Joe Mobra paced Edmonton's scoring, kicking four FGs, a single and a convert for 14 points His four field goals in a single game equalled the WIFU record.
MONTREAL 21, Hamilton 21 (T) (23641) - A record Montreal crowd saw the Als tied the game early in the fourth quarter on Sam Etcheverry's pass to Red O'Quinn From there on, the Als squelched the formidable Cats.
Ottawa 17, TORONTO 14 (20166) -  QB Russ Jackson crashed over for the Riders' first TD in the second quarter, while Tom Dimitroff, who had an injured Knee frozen at halftime, fired the winning TD pass to George Brancato.
WIFU                          IRFU
Winnipeg    7  2 0 193  92 14 Hamilton    5  0 1 142 101 11
Edmonton    5  3 0 173 140 10 Ottawa      3  3 0 112  70  6
Sasakatch   4  3 0 147 157  8 Montreal    2  3 1  85 110  5
Calgary     4  4 0 173 141  8 Toronto     1  5 0  98 156  2
British Col 0  8 0  80 236  0
SATURDAY DECEMBER 13
PITTSBURGH 38, Chicago Cardinals 21
SUNDAY DECEMBER 14
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Baltimore 12        LOS ANGELES 34, Green Bay 20
NEW YORK 13, Cleveland 10             WASHINGTON 20, Philadelphia 0
CHICAGO BEARS 21, Detroit 16
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Y-Cleveland      9  3 0  .750 302 217 X-Baltimore      9  3 0  .750 381 203
Y-New York       9  3 0  .750 246 183 Chicago Bears    8  4 0  .667 298 230
Pittsburgh       7  4 1  .636 261 230 Los Angeles      8  4 0  .667 344 278
Edmonton 25, BRITISH COL 22 (24700) - Edmonton clinced a playoff berth as Johnny Bright ran for 164 yards and a TD. The Lions have defeated Edmonton only once in 23 league and exhibition games since starting in 1954.
Toronto 41, OTTAWA 0 (14313) - Ronnie Knox has led the Argos to their last two victories. He threw two TD passes to Dick Shatto and Bobby Kuntz and kept the Riders backed up in their half of the field.
HAMILTON 29, Montreal 10 (17915) - A small crowd was on hand to watch the Ticats wrap up the Big Four title. Gerry McDougall paced the attack with two TD and finished a big day by tossing a 50-yard TD to Tommy Grant.
MONDAY OCTOBER 20
WINNIPEG 21, Saskatchewan 15 (16319) - FB Charlie Shepard scored with 50 second left and clinched first place for the Bombers. Shepard's plunge from the one-yard line climaxed a 51-yard drive.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Winnipeg 11  3 0 300 158 22 *-Hamilton  9  1 1 248 193 19
*-Edmonton  8  5 1 273 261 17 Ottawa      5  6 0 195 170 10
Saskatch    6  7 1 263 278 13 Montreal    4  6 1 179 238  9
Calgary     6  8 0 275 246 12 Toronto     3  8 0 205 226  6
British Col 3 11 0 182 350  6 *-Clinched playoff berth
Cleveland Browns (9-3)
Head Coach: Paul Brown
Passing Leader: Milt Plum (1619)
Rushing Leader: Jim Brown (1527)
Receiving Leader: Preston Carpenter (29-474)
Washington Redskins (4-7-1)
Head Coach: Joe Kuharich
Passing Leader: Eddie LeBaron (1365)
Rushing Leader: Johnny Olszewski (505)
Receiving Leader: Joe Walton (32-532)
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-4-1)
Head Coach: Buddy Parker
Passing Leader: Bobby Layne (2339)
Rushing Leader: Tom Tracy (714)
Receiving Leader: Jimmy Orr (33-910)
Los Angeles Rams (8-4)
Head Coach: Sid Gillman
Passing Leader: Billy Wade (2875)
Rushing Leader: Jon Arnett (683)
Receiving Leader: Del Shofner (51-1097)
Chicago Bears (8-4)
Head Coach: George Halas
Passing Leader: Ed Brown (1418)
Rushing Leader: Rick Casares (651)
Receiving Leader: Bill McColl (35-517)
Philadelphia Eagles (2-9-1)
Head Coach: Buck Shaw
Passing Leader: Norm Van Brocklin (2409)
Rushing Leader: Billy Barnes (551)
Receiving Leader: Pete Retzlaff (56-766)
Chicago Cardinals (2-9-1)
Head Coach: Frank Ivy
Passing Leader: M.C. Reynolds (1422)
Rushing Leader: Ollie Matson (505)
Receiving Leader: Woodley Lewis (46-690)
New York Giants (9-3)
Head Coach: Jim Lee Howell
Passing Leader: Charlie Conerly (1119)
Rushing Leader: Frank Gifford (468)
Receiving Leader: Frank Gifford (29-330)
Baltimore Colts (9-3)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Johnny Unitas (2007)
Rushing Leader: Alan Ameche (791)
Receiving Leader: Raymond Berry (56-794)
Detroit Lions (4-7-1)
Head Coach: George Wilson
Passing Leader: Tobin Rote (1678)
Rushing Leader: Tobin Rote (351)
Receiving Leader: Dave Middleton (29-506)
San Francisco 49ers (6-6)
Head Coach: Frankie Albert
Passing Leader: Y.A. Tittle (1467)
Rushing Leader: Joe Perry (758)
Receiving Leader: Clyde Conner (49-512)
Green Bay Packers (1-10-1)
Head Coach: Ray McLean
Passing Leader: Babe Parilli (1068)
Rushing Leader: Paul Hornung (310)
Receiving Leader: Max McGee (37-655)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-3-1)
Head Coach: Jim Trimble
Passing Leader: Bernie Faloney (2852)
Rushing Leader: Gerry McDougal (1109)
Receiving Leader: Paul Dekker (38-638)
Toronto Argonauts (4-10)
Head Coach: Hampton Pool
Passing Leader: Ronnie Knox (1658)
Rushing Leader: Dick Shatto (969)
Receiving Leader: Dick Shatto (35-536)
Ottawa Rough Riders (6-8)
Head Coach: Fran Clair
Passing Leader: Hal Ledyard (868)
Rushing Leader: Dave Thelen (696)
Receiving Leader: Bobby Judd (25-272)
Montreal Alouettes (7-6-1)
Head Coach: Douglas Walker
Passing Leader: Sam Etcheverry (3548)
Rushing Leader: Joe Wells (722)
Receiving Leader: Red O'Quinn (65-962)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (13-3)
Head Coach: Bud Grant
Passing Leader: Jim Van Pelt (1445)
Rushing Leader: Leo Lewis (1164)
Receiving Leader: Leo Lewis (31-679)
Edmonton Eskimos (9-6-1)
Head Coach: Sam Lyle
Passing Leader: Jackie Parker (1908)
Rushing Leader: Johnny Bright (1722)
Receiving Leader: J.B. Smith (31-457)
Calgary Stampeders (6--9-1)
Head Coach: Otis Douglas
Passing Leader: Norbert Wirkowski (2300)
Rushing Leader: Jim Bakhtiar (971)
Receiving Leader: Chuck Holloway (56-973)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (7-7-2)
Head Coach: George Terlep
Passing Leader: Frank Tripucka (2766)
Rushing Leader: Cookie Gilchrist (1254)
Receiving Leader: Jack Hill (60-1065)
British Columbia Lions (3-13)
Head Coach: Clem Crowe (0-3) and Dan Edwards (3-8)
Passing Leader: George Herring (1669)
Rushing Leader: Byron Bailey (489)
Receiving Leader: Paul Cameron (58-834)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28
Chicago Bears 34, GREEN BAY 20        SAN FRANCISCO 23, Pittsburgh 20
Cleveland 30, LOS ANGELES 27          Washington 24, PHILADELPHIA 14
BALTIMORE 28, Detroit 15              New York 37, Chi Cardinals 7 at Buffalo
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        1  0 0 1.000  30  27 Chicago Bears    1  0 0 `1.000  34  20
New York         1  0 0 1.000  37   7 Baltimore        1  0 0  1.000  28  15
Washington       1  0 0 1.000  24  14 San Francisco    1  0 0  1.000  23  20
Pittsburgh       0  1 0  .000  14  24 Detroit          0  1 0   .000  15  28
Chicago Cards    0  1 0  .000   7  37 Los Angeles      0  1 0   .000  27  30
Philadelphia     0  1 0  .000  20  23 GREEN BAY        0  1 0   .000  20  34
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
BALTIMORE 51, Chicago Bears 38        CHICAGO CARDINALS 37, Washington 10
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
Cleveland 45, PITTSBURGH 12           GREEN BAY 13, Detroit 13 (T)
PHILADELPHIA 27, New York 24          Los Angeles 33, SAN FRANCISCO 3
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        2  0 0 1.000  75  39 Baltimore        2  0 0 1.000  79  53
New York         1  1 0  .500  61  34 Chicago Bears    1  1 0  .500  72  71
Washington       1  1 0  .500  34  51 San Francisco    1  1 0  .500  26  53
Philadelphia     1  1 0  .500  47  47 Los Angeles      1  1 0  .500  60  33
Chicago Cards    1  1 0  .500  44  47 Detroit          0  1 1  .000  28  41
Pittsburgh       0  2 0  .000  26  69 GREEN BAY        0  1 1  .000  33  47
SUNDAY OCTOBER 12
Baltimore 24, Gr Bay 17 at Milwaukee  CLEVELAND 35, Chicago Cardinals 28
Los Angeles 42, DETROIT 28            New York 21, WASHINGTON 14
PITTSBURGH 24, Philadelphia 3         CHICAGO BEARS 28, San Francisco 6
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        3  0 0 1.000 110  67 Baltimore        3  0 0 1.000 103  70
New York         2  1 0  .667  82  48 Chicago Bears    2  1 0  .667 100  77
Washington       1  2 0  .333  48  72 Los Angeles      2  1 0  .667 102  61
Philadelphia     1  2 0  .333  50  71 San Francisco    1  2 0  .333  32  81
Chicago Cards    1  2 0  .333  72  82 Detroit          0  2 1  .000  56  83
Pittsburgh       1  2 0  .333  50  72 GREEN BAY        0  2 1  .000  50  71
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2
LOS ANGELES 41, Chicago Bears 35      BALTIMORE 56, Green Bay 0
PITTSBURGH 24, Washington 16          New York 21, CLEVELAND 17
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Detroit 21          CHI CARDINALS 21, Philadelphia 21 (T)
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        5  1 0  .833 192 122 Baltimore        6  0 0 1.000 234  94
New York         4  2 0  .667 126  94 Chicago Bears    4  2 0  .667 193 142
Chicago Cards    2  3 1  .400 140 147 Los Angeles      3  3 0  .500 177 168
Washington       2  4 0  .333 111 152 San Francisco    3  3 0  .500 100 153
Pittsburgh       2  4 0  .333  90 132 Detroit          1  4 1  .200 132 171
Philadelphia     1  4 1  .200 133 157 GREEN BAY        1  4 1  .200 109 199
SUNDAY OCTOBER 26
Chicago Bears 27, SAN FRANCISCO 14    BALTIMORE 35, Washington 10
Cleveland 38, CHICAGO CARDINALS 24    NEW YORK 17, Pittsburgh 6
Detroit 41, LOS ANGELES 24            Green Bay 38, PHILADELPHIA 35
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        5  0 0 1.000 175 101 Baltimore        5  0 0 1.000 178  94
New York         3  2 0  .600 105  77 Chicago Bears    4  1 0  .800 158 101
Washington       2  3 0  .400  95 128 Los Angeles      2  3 0  .400 136 133
Chicago Cards    2  3 0  .400 119 126 San Francisco    2  3 0  .400  76 132
Philadelphia     1  4 0  .200 112 136 Detroit          1  3 1  .250 111 147
Pittsburgh       1  4 0  .200  66 116 GREEN BAY        1  3 1  .250 109 143
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9
NEW YORK 24, Baltimore 21             CHICAGO BEARS 24, Green Bay 10
WASHINGTON 45, Chicago Cardinals 31   Pittsburgh 31, PHILADELPHIA 24
Detroit 30, CLEVELAND 10              LOS ANGELES 56, San Francisco 7
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        5  2 0  .714 202 152 Baltimore        6  1 0  .833 255 118
New York         5  2 0  .714 150 115 Chicago Bears    5  2 0  .714 217 152
Pittsburgh       3  4 0  .429 121 156 Los Angeles      4  3 0  .571 233 175
Washington       3  4 0  .429 156 183 San Francisco    3  4 0  .429 107 209
Chicago Cards    2  4 1  .333 171 192 Detroit          2  4 1  .333 162 181
Philadelphia     1  5 1  .167 157 188 GREEN BAY        1  5 1  .167 119 223
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16
Baltimore 17, CHICAGO BEARS 0         Los Angeles 20, GREEN BAY 7
PHILADELPHIA 49, Chicago Cardinals 21 PITTSBURGH 31, New York 10
Cleveland 20, WASHINGTON 10           DETROIT 35, San Francisco 21
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        6  2 0  .750 222 162 Baltimore        7  1 0  .875 272 118
New York         5  3 0  .625 160 146 Chicago Bears    5  3 0  .625 217 169
Pittsburgh       4  4 0  .500 152 166 Los Angeles      5  3 0  .625 253 182
Washington       3  5 0  .375 166 203 Detroit          3  4 1  .429 197 202
Chicago Cards    2  5 1  .286 192 241 San Francisco    3  5 0  .375 128 244
Philadelphia     2  5 1  .286 206 209 GREEN BAY        1  6 1  .143 126 243
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23
Chicago Bears 20, DETROIT 7           CLEVELAND 28, Philadelphia 14
BALTIMORE 34, Los Angeles 7           Pittsburgh 27, CHICAGO CARDINALS 20
NEW YORK 30, Washington 0             San Francisco 33, Green Bay 12 at Milwaukee
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        7  2 0  .778 250 176 Baltimore        8  1 0  .889 306 125
New York         6  3 0  .667 190 146 Chicago Bears    6  3 0  .667 237 176
Pittsburgh       5  4 0  .556 179 186 Los Angeles      5  4 0  .556 260 216
Washington       3  6 0  .333 166 233 San Francisco    4  5 0  .444 161 256
Chicago Cards    2  6 1  .250 212 268 Detroit          3  5 1  .375 204 222
Philadelphia     2  6 1  .250 220 237 GREEN BAY        1  7 1  .125 138 276
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27
DETROIT 24, Green Bay 14
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30
PITTSBURGH 24, Chicago Bears 10      NEW YORK 24, Philadelphia 10
Los Angeles 20, CHICAGO CARDINALS 14 CLEVELAND 21, Washington 14
BALTIMORE 35, San Francisco 27
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland        8  2 0  .800 271 190 X-Baltimore      9  1 0  .900 341 152
New York         7  3 0  .700 214 156 Chicago Bears    6  4 0  .600 247 200
Pittsburgh       6  4 0  .600 203 196 Los Angeles      6  4 0  .600 280 230
Washington       3  7 0  .300 180 254 Detroit          4  5 1  .444 228 236
Chicago Cards    2  7 1  .222 226 288 San Francisco    4  6 0  .400 188 291
Philadelphia     2  7 1  .222 230 261 GREEN BAY        1  8 1  .111 152 300
X-Clinched Division Title
SATURDAY DECEMBER 6
LOS ANGELES 30, Baltimore 28
SUNDAY DECEMBER 7
WASHINGTON 14, Pittsburgh 14 (T)      Cleveland 21, PHILADELPHIA 14
Chicago Bears 30, CHI CARDINALS 14    New York 19, DETROIT 17
SAN FRANCISCO 48, Green Bay 21
EASTERN CONFERENCE                    WESTERN CONFERENCE
Y-Cleveland      9  2 0  .818 292 204 X-Baltimore      9  2 0  .818 369 182
New York         8  3 0  .727 233 173 Chicago Bears    7  4 0  .636 277 214
Pittsburgh       6  4 1  .600 217 210 Los Angeles      7  4 0  .636 310 258
Washington       3  7 1  .300 194 268 San Francisco    5  6 0  .455 236 312
Chicago Cards    2  8 1  .200 240 318 Detroit          4  6 1  .400 245 255
Philadelphia     2  8 1  .200 244 282 GREEN BAY        1  9 1  .100 173 348
X-Clinched Division Title             Y-Clinched Tie for Division Title 
1958 EASTERN CONFERENCE PLAYOFF (December 21 at New York)
NEW YORK GIANTS (9-3) 10, CLEVELAND BROWNS (9-3) 0
1958 NFL TITLE (December 28 at New York)
BALTIMORE COLTS (9-3) 23, NEW YORK GIANTS (10-3) 17 (OT)
1958 NFL Record and Rules Manual
(Source: SportsPaper)
1958 NFL Championship Program
(Source: Heritage Auctions)
1958 NFL Championship Ticket
(Source: Heritage Auctions)
1958 NFL Championship Game Ball
(Source: Heritage Auctions)
Washington       4  7 1  .364 214 268 San Francisco    6  6 0  .500 257 324
Chicago Cards    2  9 1  .182 261 356 Detroit          4  7 1  .364 261 273
Philadelphia     2  9 1  .182 235 306 GREEN BAY        1 10 1  .091 193 382
X-Clinched Division Title             Y-Clinched Tie for Div Title
1958 Grey Cup Program
(Source: SportsPaper)
THURSDAY AUGUST 14
WINNIPEG 29, Edmonton 21 (18166) - Leo Lewis and Gerry James each accounted for two Winnipeg TDs. James converted all four. Eskimos QB Jackie Parker completed 15 of 26 attempts for 235 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 16
Saskatchewan 49, BRIT COL 33 (30408) - Before a record crowd, Riders QB Frank Tripucka hit three receivers for TD passes. His aerials more than offset B.C.'s ground assault, which was led by Byron Bailey with three TDs.
MONDAY AUGUST 18
EDMONTON 40, Saskatchewan 6 (18000) - Jackie Parker fired four TD passes to lead Edmonton, which had a net gain of 637 yards, not far off the WIFU record of 654 set by Calgary In a 1957 victory over the Roughriders.
CALGARY 42, Brit Columbia 0 (15133) - QBs Nobby Wirowski and Maury Duncan, the latter a former San Francisco 49er, combined to pitch the Stampeders to six touchdowns.
WIFU
Winnipeg    1  0 0  29  21  2 Edmonton    1  1 0  61  35  2
Calgary     1  0 0  42   0  2 British Col 0  2 0  33  91  0
Saskatch    1  1 0  55  73  2
TUESDAY AUGUST 19
OTTAWA 44, Toronto 7 (18470) - The Riders' diversified attack ripped through an inept  Toronto defense for 445 yards rushed, a Big Four record. QB Hal Ledyard threw three TD passes to complement the outburst.
Hamilton 27, MONTREAL 14 (22676) - Hamilton QB Bernie Faloney threw passes for all four TDs by the defending champions. Als QB Sam Etcheverry threw 51 passes, one short of the Big Four record.
THURSDAY AUGUST 21
SASKATCHEWAN 21, Winnipeg 13 - Riders QB Ron Adam, making his first start, threw 12 times and had only three completions. But two went for touchdowns, and those meant the difference in the upset.
FRIDAY AUGUST 22
TORONTO 15, Montreal 14 (19492) - The crowd went wild as Boyd Carter took Bill Bewley's missed FG and lateralled to Dave Mann, who sprinted down the sideline for a record 120-yard run to lead the Argos to the win.
SATURDAY AUGUST 23
CALGARY 35, Edmonton 7 (17770) - Ernie Warlick caught two TD passes for the suprising Stamps. The other Calgary touchdowns were counted by quarterback Nobby Wirkowski, Dick Washington and Harvey Wylie.
HAMILTON 13, Ottawa 7 (15110) - The Tiger-Cats led 10-7 at the end of the first quarter and after a scoreless second frame added three singles in the third to stay perfect. The Hamilton TD came from Ron Howell.
MONDAY AUGUST 25
Calgary 34, BRIT COLUMBIA 13 (26358) - QB Knobby Wirkowski passed for three TDs and Maury Duncan fired for another as end Ernie Warlick scored twice to keep Calgary perfect. BC fired coach Clem Crowe after the game.
Winnipeg 15, EDMONTON 8 (17000) - FB Charlie Shepard scored a TD and booted two singles lo lead the Bombers, while HB John Varone scampered to a touchdown on a 55-yard passing play from Kenny Ploen.
WIFU                          IRFU
Calgary     3  0 0 111  20  6 Hamilton    2  0 0  40  21  4
Sasakatch   2  1 0  76  86  4 Ottawa      1  1 0  51  20  2
Winnipeg    2  1 0  57  50  4 Toronto     1  1 0  22  58  2
Edmonton    1  3 0  76  85  2 Montreal    0  2 0  28  42  0
British Col 0  3 0  46 125  0
THURSDAY AUGUST 28
WINNIPEG 31, British Columbia 1 (16611) - Kenny Ploen ran for one TD and passed for two more as the Bombers rushed for 421 yards. Ploen carried 12 times for 148 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 30
MONTREAL 11, Ottawa 9 (22943) - Each club scored a TD and a FG. The scoring difference was a single by Sam Etcheverry and Bill Bewley's convert. Pat Abbruzzi scored the Montreal TD, George Brancato the Ottawa score.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1
SASKATCHEWAN 22, Brit Col 14 (15595) - Cookie Gilchrist scored one TD and was the main factor in Riders' rushing for 318 yards. British Columbia remained without a head coach since Clem Crowe was fired last week.
CALGARY 11, Winnipeg 3 (17750) - The meetIng, the first WIFU game to be televised, saw Calgary remain unbeated as HB Dick Washington crashed over from the one-yard line for a TD on the first play of the third quarter.
HAMILTON 31, Toronto 24 (20946) - The Argos started Gerry Doucette at QB and led 24-16 in the third quarter, but Hamilton rallied as QB Bernie Faloney scored two TDs, Tommy Grant and Gerry McDougall getting the others.
WIFU                          IRFU
Calgary     4  0 0 122  23  8 Hamilton    3  0 0  71  45  6
Sasakatch   3  1 0  98  97  6 Ottawa      1  2 0  60  31  2
Winnipeg    3  2 0  91  62  6 Toronto     1  2 0  46  89  2
Edmonton    1  3 0  76  85  2 Montreal    1  2 0  39  51  2
British Col 0  5 0  58 178  0
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5
Hamilton 26, TORONTO 17 (26781) - Before a record crowd, Hamilton QB Bernie Faloney threw for 256 yards. Three of the Ticat TDs were on passing plays to Tommy Grant, Hairy Lampman and Paul Dekker.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6
WINNIPEG 27, Saskatchewan 6 (18336) - Four different Bombers scored, but Gerry James, twice winner of Canadian Player of the Year award, suffered a double fracture of the left leg and was lost for the season.
Edmonton 26, BRIT COLUMBIA 7 (26653) - Edmonton ran for 428 yards, Johnny Bright leading the way with 160, while Lions squirmed for only 78 in losing the debut of new head coach Dan Edwards and remaining winless.
OTTAWA 17, Montreal 1 (17056) - In the lighting and rain, Ottawa scored two TDs, one in the second and one in the fourth, to send the Als into a tie for the cellar with Toronto.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8
EDMONTON 32, Calgary 28 (20000) - The Stampeders led in the third 28-17, before Edmonton rallied with 15 points in the final quarter. Normie Kwong ran for two Edmonton TDs to end Calgary's perfect season.
WIFU                          IRFU
Calgary     4  1 0 150  55  8 Hamilton    4  0 0  97  62  8
Winnipeg    4  2 0 118  68  8 Ottawa      2  2 0  77  32  4
Sasakatch   3  2 0 104 124  6 Toronto     1  3 0  63 115  2
Edmonton    3  3 0 134 120  6 Montreal    1  3 0  40  68  2
British Col 0  6 0  65 204  0
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Winnipeg 20, CALGARY 7 (15700) - The scoring hero for Winnipeg was first-year QB Jim Van Pelt, who scored a TD, kicked two converts and two FGs. Gord Rowland scored the other Bomber TD after intercepting a pass.
EDMONTON 13, Brit Columbia 7 (8000) - In rain and 35 MPH winds, Normie Kwong bulled across from two yards out for Edmonton's only TD. Joe Mobra converted the TD, kicked a 24-yard FG and scored two singles.
MONTREAL 24, Toronto 21 (23000) - Trailing late, the Argos hammered three times with their ace halfbacks at the Montreal line from only a yard out and were stopped cold and fell into the Big Four cellar.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14
Hamilton 24, Ottawa 18 at Philadelphia (15110) - The first Big Four league game played in the United States turned out to be a flop. Hamilton won a 69-yard TD pass in the fourth from Bernie Faloney to Tommy Grant.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Winnipeg 19, BRIT COLUMBIA 8 (20000) - QB Jim Van Pelt shined in his first Bomber start, as he made two FGs and a convert and completed 10 of 13 passes for 188 yards. John Varone and Charlie Shepard each scored TDs.
SASKATCHEWAN 30, Calgary 7 (13012) - Calgary couldn't contain QB Frank Tripucka in the fourth quarter he returned to action to throw three TD passes. Five interceptions of Stampeder pass attempts stalled their attack.
WIFU                          IRFU
Winnipeg    6  2 0 157  83 12 Hamilton    5  0 0 121  80 10
Sasakatch   4  2 0 134 131  8 Ottawa      2  3 0  95  56  4
Calgary     4  3 0 164 105  8 Montreal    2  3 0  64  89  4
Edmonton    4  3 0 147 127  8 Toronto     1  4 0  84 139  2
British Col 0  8 0  80 236  0
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27
EDMONTON 11, Saskatch 11 (T) (15000) - Saskatchewan took advantage of two Edmonton fumbles and an interception for all their points, as Edmonton had a 240-106 margin on the ground and 183-78 in the air.
CALGARY 29, Brit Columbia 15 (14500) - The Stampeders handed the Lions their ninth straight loss, as QB Nobby Wirkowski passed for two TDs and ran for another to tighten up the race for second place in the WIFU.
OTTAWA 28, Toronto 4 (18500) - The Riders turned four Argo mistakes into four converted TDs, but lost QB Tom Dimitroff for the season, when he broke a bone in his lower left leg.
HAMILTON 35, Montreal 29 (20000) - The Als pecked away at the Ticat lead and led 29-28 going into the fourth, but Eddie Macon took the Montreal kickoff and ran the length of the field for his first TD of the year.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29
Saskatchewan 22, BRIT COL 6 (20226) - Riders QB Frank Tripucka hit Jack Hill with three TD passes, one for five yards in the second quarter, another for eight yards in the third, and the last for five with 46 seconds to go.
WINNIPEG 43, Edmonton 13 (18559) - Charlie Shepard, who led the Winnipeg ground attack with 109 yards in 18 carries, scored three TDs on short line plunges. Two of them were set up by Edmonton fumbles.
WIFU                           IRFU
Winnipeg    8  2 0 236 105 16 Hamilton    6  0 1 177 130 13
Saskatch    5  3 1 180 174 11 Ottawa      4  3 0 140  74  8
Edmonton    5  4 1 197 194 11 Montreal    2  4 1 114 145  5
Calgary     5  4 0 202 156 10 Toronto     1  6 0 102 184  2
British Col 0 10 0 101 287  0
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
Saskatchewan 22, CALGARY 14 (16000) - Frank Tripucka passed to Ken Carpenter and Ron Dundas for two Rider TDs, while FB Cookie Gilchrist went over for the other after Tripucka passed his club into scoring position.
Winnipeg 21, EDMONTON 15 (20000) - FB Charlie Shepard scored the game-winning TD with twelve minutes to go on a six-yard end sweep, as QB Jim Van Pelt led the Bombers to their fourth victory over Eskimos this season.
Montreal 14, TORONTO 10 (16424) - Argo fans were grumbling that they had deserved a better deal from the game officials, as QB Sam Etcheverry won the game in the third with a 12-yard TD pass to Joel Wells.
Hamilton 14, OTTAWA 1 (18000) - A fake FG play that QB Bernie Faloney converted into a 16-yard run set up the first of Hamilton's two TDs, as the Tiger-Cats clinched a Big Four playoff berth.
MONDAY OCTOBER 6
BRITISH COL 15, Calgary 14 (18574) - Going with new QB Al Dorow, the Lions snapped their 10-game skid, as Dorow found a way around Calgary's defence for two TD of his own in the second half.
Winnipeg 14, SASKATCHEWAN 13 - The Bombers won their seventh straight game by stopping Saskatchewan once on the two-yard line in the fourth quarter before finally yielding a last-minute converted TD. 
WIFU                          IRFU
Winnipeg   10  2 0 271 133 20 *-Hamilton  7  0 1 191 131 15
Saskatch    6  4 1 215 202 13 Ottawa      4  4 0 141  88  8
Edmonton    5  5 1 212 215 11 Montreal    3  4 1 128 155  7
Calgary     5  6 0 230 193 10 Toronto     1  7 0 112 198  2
British Col 1 10 0 116 301  2 *-Clinched playoff berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18
Calgary 21, SASKATCHEWAN 17 (10148) - HB Veryl Switzer paced Calgary with a pair of TDs and FB Jim Bakhtiar got one. Doug Brown converted two, while Calgary's other point came on a 66-yard single by Ted Duncan.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8
HAMILTON 23, Ottawa 0 (14874) - Hamilton played it coy for 30 minutes and then rolled for three second-half TDs to defeat the Rough Riders and end Ottawa's hopes of hosting a playoff game.
MONTREAL 14, Toronto 12 (22482) - Ivan Livingstone, an oft-injured wlngback, teamed with Sam Etcheverry on a spectacular 67-yard, last-minute play to give Montreal the win and home field advantage for the semi-finals.
IRFU
*-Hamilton 10  3 1 291 235 21 *-Ottawa    6  8 0 233 243 12
*-Montreal  7  6 1 265 269 15 Toronto     4 10 0 266 308  8
*-Clinched playoff berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 25
EDMONTON 25, Brit Columbia 3 (13000) - Edmonton's Johnny Bright ran for 115 yards, and two TDs, and now is within 77 yards of passing the 1,679-yard WIFU rushing record he set last season.
CALGARY 29, Saskatch 29 (T) (13500) - The Riders rallied from a 22-0 deficit to lead 29-22, but Nobby Wirkowski lateralled to Ron Clinkscalce who passed to Jack Gotta for a 40-yard TD which Doug Brown converted for the tie.
TORONTO 42, Ottawa 24 (23334) - Johnny Knox, on loan from Chicago Bears, tossed four TD passes and completed 20 of 29 for 522 yards to lead the Argos, while Dick Shatto galloped over for three TDs.
MONTREAL 28, Hamilton 12 (22391) - Sam Etcheverry contributed dividends with his passing, starting the Als off with a 47-yard TD to Dick Hunter. In return, his teammates snared three Hamilton passes, one of them for a TD.
MONDAY OCTOBER 27
WINNIPEG 37, Calgary 10 (15564) - Leo Lewis romped for three Winnipeg TDs and Ernie Pills nabbed a record-breaking 107-yard TD pass as the Bombers ended Calgary's hopes for a playoff berth.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Winnipeg 12  3 0 337 168 24 *-Hamilton  9  2 1 260 221 19
*-Edmonton  9  5 1 298 264 19 *-Montreal  5  6 1 207 250 11
*-Saskatch  6  7 2 292 307 14 Ottawa      5  7 0 219 212 10
Calgary     6  9 1 314 312 13 Toronto     4  8 0 247 250  8
British Col 3 12 0 185 375  6 *-Clinched playoff berth
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Edmonton 14 (8000) - The Riders' Jack Hill had 16 points for a total of 145, passing 131 points Winnipeg's Gerry James had in 1957. Edmonton's Johnny Bright ended with a record 1,722 yards rushing.
Winnipeg 24, BRITISH COL 14 (18918) - The Bombers rambled to victory, leading 10-0 at the end of the first quarter and 24-14 after the third. Leo Lewis, Ron Latourelle and Ernie Pitts had touchdowns for Winnipeg.
Montreal 44, TORONTO 7 (26813) - The Argos' performance, before a record Big Four crowd, was doubly pathetic since the game was their farewell appearance at Varsity Stadium, their home stand for more than 50 years.
OTTAWA 14, Hamilton 8 (13603) - Hamilton almost pulled the game out of the fire in the last minute of play when QB Bernie Faloney took to the air and passed Tlcats from their 23-yard line to the Riders' nine.
WIFU                          IRFU
*-Winnipeg 13  3 0 361 182 26 *-Hamilton  9  3 1 268 235 19
*-Edmonton  9  6 1 312 292 19 *-Montreal  6  6 1 251 257 13
*-Saskatch  7  7 2 320 321 16 *-Ottawa    6  7 0 233 220 12
Calgary     6  9 1 314 312 13 Toronto     4  9 0 254 294  8
British Col 3 13 0 199 399  6 *-Clinched playoff berth
NOTE: Big Four and WIFU football club officials generally were cool to a proposal to make four American teams part of the Canadian football scene. The first definite step Saturday was reported to have been taken toward formation of an international professional football league Involving the Big Four and a four-team circuit In the eastern United States. Alan Dekdebrun, former QB for all of the Big Four teams and for Cornell University, disclosed the proposal. The proposed circuit south of the border, the American League, is to comprise teams from Buffalo, Boston, Rochester and Long Island.
WESTERN PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS (Edmonton wins series, 58-12)
Sat Nov 8 - Edmonton 27, SASKATCHEWAN 11 (12000) - In the series opener, Normie Kwong crashed through the Rider line 20 times for 152 yards and Bright picked up another 141 as the Eskimos rolled up 537 total yards.
Tues Nov 11 -  EDMONTON 31, Saskatchewan 1 (18172) - Two Rider fumbles and a pass interception sent the Eskimos ahead 11-0 by the half. Another interception and fumble set up two more Edmonton TDs in the 2nd half.
FINALS (Winnipeg wins series, 2 games to 1)
Sat Nov 15 - Winnipeg 30, EDMONTON 7 (17000) - FB John Verone was the leading Bomber scorer, counting two TDs on one-yard plunges after Jim Van Pelt's passing had moved the ball into scoring position.
Wed Nov 19 - Edmonton 30, WINNIPEG 7 (16880) - HB Rollie Miles hauled in two TD passes as the Eskimos whipped the Blue Bombers to force a third game to decide the WIFU championship.
Sat Nov 22 - WINNIPEG 23, Edmonton 7 (15671) - Winnipeg's John Verone scored only two TDs during the regular season, but he doubled his output In the final, scoring two TDs in each of the first and third games.
EASTERN PLAYOFFS - EASTERN SEMI-FINAL
Wed Nov 12 - Ottawa 26, MONTREAL 12 (18048) - Russ Jackson, a 22 year-old QB from Hamilton, sent Ottawa to the Big Four title against the Tiger-Cats as he scored two TDs while Don Pinney accounted for another.
EASTERN FINAL (Hamilton wins series, 54-14)
Sat Nov 15 - Hamilton 35, OTTAWA 7 (10490) - Gerry McDougall scored two TDs and QB Bernle Faloney passed for three more to Milt Campbell, Ron Howell and Harry Lampman as the Ti-Cats rolled.
Sat Nov 22 - HAMILTON 19, Ottawa 7 (15671) - Penalties, fumbles, interceptions, a few stray fists and knees and an unscheduled appearance on the field by Ottawa coach Frank Clair marked the lively proceedings.
1958 GREY CUP GAME (Saturday, November 29 at Vancouver - 36,567)
WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (15-4) 35, HAMILTON TIGER-CATS (12-3-1) 28 - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers met again for Canadian football supremacy. The Bombers turned the tables on the Tiger-Cats this time, winning their first Grey Cup since 1941. The Bombers needed a comeback effort, overcoming three deficits to take the title. The Tiger-Cats jumped out to a 14-0 lead. Gerry McDougall scored on Hamilton’s initial drive on a 10-yard run. Ralph Goldston then picked up a fumble by Winnipeg’s Jimmy Van Pelt and raced 65 yards for another touchdown. Goldston would be ejected later in the game for throwing a punch to the face of Leo Lewis just before the final play of the first half. Winnipeg responded when Van Pelt, after handing the ball off to Lewis, caught a pass from Lewis, and with a Ticat holding onto his leg got over the line for Bombers first touchdown. Van Pelt booted two field goals to pull Winnipeg within 14-13. On the final play of half, Cam Fraser’s punt from the Hamilton 13 was blocked by Norm Rauhaus who recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchdown on the final play of the second quarter. Rather than trailing at halftime, the Bombers led 20-14. Ron Howell got the lead back for the Tiger-Cats on his first of two touchdowns in the second half, catching a 12-yard pass from Bernie Faloney. Winnipeg’s Charlie Shepard responded six minutes later with a major, putting the Bombers in front once again. The Tiger-Cats went up 28-27 at the end of the third quarter when Howell caught a 36-yard pass from Faloney. Winnipeg’s winning touchdown came in the final quarter when Van Pelt sneaked over for his second major. Shepard booted a single, and the Bombers held on to victory. Rauhaus made an interception that may have saved the day for Winnipeg late in the fourth quarter. With the Tiger-Cats on the Winnipeg 22 and Faloney set to throw, his arm was hit by Herb Gray. The ball fell into the arms of Rauhaus to end the Hamilton threat. Kenny Ploen also had a late interception to secure the win for the Bombers. Van Pelt set a then Grey Cup record with 22 points. Tiger-Cats head coach Jim Trimble ruffled a few Bombers with his prediction of a Hamilton win. This point was not lost on the celebrating Bombers after the game. “Trimble’s big mouth gave us incentive to win,” said Winnipeg’s Bob Hobert.