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2007 Preseason
  Sat June 9:
TOR 27 - MTL 13
 Thur June 21:
TOR 26 - MTL 34
2007 Regular Season
 Thur June 28:
TOR 22 - B.C. 24
 Sat Jul 7:
TOR 30 - HAM 5
 Thur Jul 12:
TOR 48 - CGY 15
 Sat Jul 21:
TOR 10 - CGY 33
 Thur Jul 26:
TOR 13 - MTL 26
 Thur Aug 2:
TOR 27 - MTL 29
 Fri Aug 10:
TOR 13 - SSK 24
 Fri Aug 24:
TOR 13 - WPG 15
 Mon Sept 3:
TOR 32 - HAM 14
 Sat Sept 8:
TOR 35 - HAM 22
 Sat Sept 15:
TOR 7 - B.C. 40
 Sun Sept 23:
TOR 31 - WPG 23
 Fri Sept 28:
TOR 18 - EDM 11
 Sat Oct 6:
TOR 33 - EDM 8
 Fri Oct 12:
TOR 35 - MTL 17
 Sat Oct 20:
TOR 16 - MTL 9
 Sat Oct 27:
TOR 16 - WPG 8
 Sat Nov 3:
TOR 41 - SSK 13
2007 Playoffs
  Sun Nov 18: 1pm
TOR vs WPG/MTL

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 Dick Shatto - Inducted in 1975

Playing Career

1954-1965
Toronto Argonauts

Dick Shatto retired from the CFL in 1965 after 12 seasons with the Argos. When he retired, he had scored more touchdowns, caught more passes and accounted for more offensive yardage than any other player in the history of Canadian football at that time. Shatto established 15 Argonaut records during that period and still holds the all-time records in rushing with 6,958 yards and touchdowns with 91. He led the Eastern Conference in scoring in 1963 and led in pass receptions in 1962, 1963 and 1964.

Shatto was honoured as an "All-Time Argo" in 1996 and was elected to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1975.

Argonauts Stats & Figures

Career Scoring
Years
TD
Con
S
Pts

12
91
3
1
550

Career Yards Gained
6,958
Career 100 Yard Rushing Games
16
Consecutive 100 Yard Rushing Games
3
Career Carries
1,322
Career Rushing Touchdowns
39
Career Receptions
466
Consecutive Seasons with Receptions
12
Consecutive Games with Receptions
45
Seasons with Receptions in all games
4
Career Games Scoring Receiving TDs
45

Awards and Honours

All-Eastern Running Back
1956 to 1959, 1961 to 1964
All-Canadian Running Back
1964
Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy
1957, 1964

Dick Shatto was Toronto's nominee for the Schenley Most Outstanding Player Award seven times, and was the runner-up in 1958 and 1964