QB Joe Kapp BC
HB Ed Buchanan* SSK
HB Leo Lewis, Jr. WPG
FB Lovell Coleman CGY
E Tommy Joe Coffey* EDM
E Pat Claridge (Tie) BC
E Pete Manning (Tie) CGY
FL Hugh Campbell SSK
C Neil Habig SSK
G Al Benecick SSK
G Tom Hinton BC
T Lonnie Dennis BC
T Frank Rigney WPG
DT Ron Atchison SSK
DT Mike Cacic BC
DE Dick Fouts* BC
DE Bill Whisler WPG
MG Tom Brown* BC
LB Wayne Harris CGY
LB Wayne Shaw SSK
DHB Neal Beaumont BC
DHB Jerry Keeling CGY
DHB Bill Munsey BC
DHB Bob Ptacek, Jr. SSK
DHB Dale West SSK

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Conference Breakdown

Career to 1964 Western Conference Player All-Star Selections

Player Season Division Selection
Atchison, Ron 13th 6th
Beaumont, Neal 5th 1st
Benecick, Al 6th 2nd
Brown, Tom 4th 3rd
Buchanan, Ed 5th 1st
Cacic, Mike 8th 1st
Campbell, Hugh 2nd 1st
Claridge, Pat 4th 1st
Coffey, Tommy Joe 5th 2nd
Coleman, Lovell 5th 2nd
Dennis, Lonnie 5th 3rd
Fouts, Dick 8th 4th
Habig, Neil 7th 6th
Harris, Wayne 4th 4th
Hinton, Tom 7th 4th
Kapp, Joe 7th 2nd
Keeling, Jerry 4th 1st
Lewis, Leo Jr. 10th 6th
Manning, Pete 3rd 3rd
Munsey, Bill 2nd 1st
Ptacek, Bob Jr. 5th 2nd
Rigney, Frank 7th 5th
Shaw, Wayne 4th 2nd
West, Dale 3rd 2nd
Whisler, Bill 3rd 1st

Number of times player, through 1964, has been selected to First Team Division All-Star teams. Named to divisional team on offense and defense counts as two selections.

Note: All-Canadian selections began in 1962, division selections began in 1932 (IRFU) and 1937 (WIFU).

1964 Western Conference Team All-Star Selections

Team All-Canadian Selections Division Selections
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 0 3
BC Lions 6 9
Calgary Stampeders 4 4
Saskatchewan Roughriders 3 8
Edmonton Elks 1 1



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