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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 1, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Number of new marks set by players CFL record book rewritten TORONTO (CP) A number of season records were estab- lished and some career marks were extended when the Cana- dian Football League issued its final. statistics of the season Monday. Among the new season marks were the 15 interceptions by Al Brenner and the 37 re- turns for yards by Munroe Eley. Brenner, ot Hamilton Tiger- Cats, intercepted four passes against Toronto Argonauts in the final Eastern Conference game Sunday, breaking th record of 11 interceptions in season set by Don Sulhorin o the Ticals in 1961. Eley, with British Columbia Lions, broke the kickolT return record set last season by Mack Herron o[ Winnipeg Blue Bomb HONORED AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Babe Rulh, widow of baseball's all-rime home run king and New York Mels' Willie Mays sit beside each other recently in New York- at a luncheon honoring some of the greats of sports featured in the newly published The Sports Immortals. (AP Wirephoro) H old a seven game winning streak Kings come to life ers, who ran back 35 for yards. Other season records In- cluded Gerry Organ's 29 field goals for Ottawa Rough Riders, an Eastern Conference mark, but one short of the league record of 30 set by Ted Gerela with B.C. in 1968. .Career records extended were George Reed'B yards rushing, Ron Lancaster's yards passing and Tommy-Joe Coffey's yards on pass receiving. Reed ran for yards this season, making it his seventh year in a 10-year career in which he has reached yards or more. He has carried .he ball for Saskatchewanf- Roughriders a total of ilso a league record. Lancaster's career passin after 13 seasons wi Ottawa and Saskatchewan, al include pass attempts an completions. COFFEY TOP CATCHER Coffey, after 13 years wi Mmonton Eskimos and the Ti lats, now has run his career r ceiving record to 650 catch or yards. His eig ouchdowns this season, 1m ;ver, Jeft him one short of tl :areer record ol 64 set by H 'atlerson with Montreal an rlamillon over a 14-year span. With only 27 catches for 4: this season, Cotte round up llth among EFC r reivers on the season. Toronto Dric Allen was tops with for yards an light touchdowns. GERRY ORGAN ALLEN BRENNER