Frank R. Longstaff Sr.
Parkdale Canoe Club
 
 
1921
 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
PARKDALE (1)
NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
OTTAWA-NEW EDINBURGH (15)
WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
PARKDALE (2)
EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
GRAND TRUNK (10)
DOMINION DAY CHAMPIONS
PARKDALE (2)
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 6
1921 Book of Champions Medalists
Toronto, ON; Lake Ontario; Parkdale Canoe Club
# Club Pts
1
PARKDALE (1) 19
2
BALMY BEACH 15
3
OTTAWA-NEW EDINBURGH 8

3
Island 6
5
Lachine Rowing 5
5
Chateauguay 5
7
Grand Trunk 4
7
Toronto 2
Valois
Montreal Gazette, Aug 8, 1921
Ottawa Journal, Aug 8, 1921
Tabulation of Points
The Divisional Champion seems to have come about after WWI. It was hotly contested throughout the 1920s, but with the advent of the club "Burgee" in 1927, the Divisional title waned in importance. By 1937, it was referred to in the Montreal Gazette as the "mythical class honours."

DIVISIONAL TITLE
# Division Pts
1 Western 42
2 Eastern 15
3 Northern 8
DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
NORTHERN DIVISION July 23
Ottawa, ON, Ottawa River; Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club
# Club Pts  
1
Ottawa-New Edinburgh (15) 24
2
Carleton Place 21
3
Rideau 13
4
Britannia 5
Ottawa Journal, July 25, 1921
Montreal Gazette, July 25, 1921
WESTERN DIVISION July 30
Toronto, ON, Humber Bay; Parkdale Canoe Club
# Club Pts  
1
Parkdale (2) 16
2
Balmy Beach 14
3
Island 9
4
Toronto 2
Toronto Globe, August 1, 1921
The Toronto Globe only lists 2/3 of the results. The above point totals are based on the published results.
EASTERN DIVISION July 23
Montreal, QC, Rivière des Prairies; Cartierville Boating Club
# Club Pts
1
Grand Trunk (10) 18
2
St. Lambert 15
3
Valois 8
3
Lachine Rowing 8
5
Cartierville 5
5
Longueuil 5
7
Chateauguay 4
8
Ste-Rose 2
9
Lachine Racing 1
Montreal Gazette, July 25, 1921
* The Lachine Boating Club formed two disciplines (Rowing and Racing) upon revival in 1919. Both disciplines competed in CCA regattas and used the same LBC penant.
DOMINION DAY REGATTA July 1
# Club Pts
Toronto, ON, Hanlan's Bay, DDRA
1
Parkdale (2) 17
2
Island 16
3
Balmy Beach 15
4
Kew Beach 3
5
Toronto 1
Toronto Globe, July 2, 1921