QB Ron Lancaster SSK
RB Willie Burden CGY
RB Lou Harris BC
RB George Reed SSK
TE Tyrone Walls EDM
WR Rhett Dawson SSK
WR George McGowan EDM
C Al Wilson BC
G Ralph Galloway SSK
G Willie Martin EDM
T Layne McDowell BC
T Charlie Turner EDM
DT John Helton CGY
DT Tim Roth SSK
DE Bill Baker BC
DE George Wells SSK
MLB Harry Walters WPG
OLB Larry Cameron BC
OLB Joe Forzani CGY
DB Ted Dushinski SSK
DB Brian Herosian WPG
DB Lorne Richardson SSK
DB Vern Roberson CGY
DB Larry Highbaugh (Tie) EDM
DB Jim Marshall (Tie) SSK

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Conference Breakdown

Career to 1975 Western Conference Player All-Star Selections

Player Season Division Selection
Baker, Bill 8th 4th
Burden, Willie 2nd 1st
Cameron, Larry 1st 1st
Dawson, Rhett 2nd 1st
Dushinski, Ted 11th 2nd
Forzani, Joe 8th 1st
Galloway, Ralph 7th 3rd
Harris, Lou 3rd 2nd
Helton, John 7th 7th
Herosian, Brian 1st 1st
Highbaugh, Larry 6th 3rd
Lancaster, Ron 16th 6th
Marshall, Jim 1st 1st
Martin, Willie 3rd 1st
McDowell, Layne 4th 1st
McGowan, George 5th 2nd
Reed, George 13th 10th
Richardson, Lorne 3rd 3rd
Roberson, Vern 1st 1st
Roth, Tim 5th 1st
Turner, Charlie 8th 4th
Walls, Tyrone 4th 3rd
Walters, Harry 1st 1st
Wells, George 6th 3rd
Wilson, Al 4th 1st

Number of times player, through 1975, 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).

1975 Western Conference Team All-Star Selections

Team All-Canadian Selections Division Selections
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 0 2
BC Lions 3 5
Edmonton Elks 3 5
Calgary Stampeders 3 4
Saskatchewan Roughriders 2 9



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