Broder Clan on the Horns of a Dilemma A disagreement over the late Ed Broder's nearly 80-year-old world record spilled into an Alberta court in May when one of his heirs was jailed for refusing to relinquish the trophy. Justice Myra Bielby ordered the sale of Ed Broder's world-record non-typical mule deer last spring so the proceeds could be split among his seven heirs. Don Broder, Ed's eldest son, who had had the mount since 1973, claimed it belonged to him. The court disagreed. After spending 10 days in jail for contempt, Don Broder admitted that he had already sold the mount to a U.S. buyer. The court ordered him to buy back the trophy. As of press time, according to the Calgary Sun, the buyer had offered an additional $77,000 above the original price of $230,000 to keep the rack.