QB Frank Tripucka SSK
HB Eddie Macon CGY
HB Rollie Miles EDM
HB Jackie Parker EDM
FB Howie Waugh CGY
E Harold “Bud” Grant WPG
E Mac Speedie SSK
C Eagle “Buddy” Keys EDM
G Mario DeMarco SSK
G Roy Jenson CGY
T Dick Huffman WPG
T Martin Ruby SSK

Coach: Frank Filchock – SSK

DT Dick Huffman WPG
DT Martin Ruby SSK
DE Frankie Anderson EDM
DE Gene Brito CGY
DG Francis “Mike” Cassidy SSK
DG Bob Levenhagen BC
S (safety) Tom Casey WPG
HBS (secondary) Ed Henke CGY
HBS (secondary) John Wozniak SSK
HBT (tertiary) Bobby Marlow SSK
HBT (tertiary) Rollie Miles EDM
HBT (tertiary) Stan Williams SSK

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Conference Breakdown

Career to 1954 WIFU Player All-Star Selections

Player Season Division Selection
Anderson, Frankie 3rd 2nd
Brito, Gene 1st 1st
Casey, Tom 6th 5th
Cassidy, Francis “Mike” 8th 5th
DeMarco, Mario 4th 3rd
Grant, Harold “Bud” 2nd 2nd
Henke, Ed 2nd 2nd
Huffman, Dick 4th 5th
Jenson, Roy 4th 1st
Keys, Eagle “Buddy” 6th 3rd
Levenhagen, Bob 2nd 1st
Macon, Eddie 1st 1st
Marlow, Bobby 2nd 2nd
Miles, Rollie 4th 5th
Parker, Jackie 1st 1st
Ruby, Martin 4th 6th
Speedie, Mac 2nd 2nd
Tripucka, Frank 2nd 1st
Waugh, Howie 1st 1st
Williams, Stan 2nd 1st
Wozniak, John 2nd 2nd

Number of times player, through 1954, 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).

1954 WIFU Team All-Star Selections

Team Division Selections
Saskatchewan Roughriders 9
Calgary Stampeders 5
Edmonton Elks 5
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 4
BC Lions 1



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