George Peterson
St-Lambert Boating Club
 
 
1922
 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
HUMBER BAY (1)
NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
OTTAWA-NEW EDINBURGH (16)
WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
HUMBER BAY (1)
EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
GRAND TRUNK (11)
DOMINION DAY CHAMPIONS
BALMY BEACH (3)
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 5
1922 Book of Champions Medalists
Montreal, QC; Rivière Des Prairies; Cartierville Boating Club
# Club Pts
1
HUMBER BAY (1) 20
2
BALMY BEACH 11
3
PARKDALE 8

4
Island 7
5
Rideau 5
5
Valois 5
7
Ottawa-New Edinburgh 4
8
Britannia 2
8
Grand Trunk 2
10
Carleton Place 1
Ottawa Journal, Aug 7, 1922
Ottawa Citizen, August 7, 1922
Tabulation of Points

DIVISIONAL TITLE
# Division Pts
1 Western 46
2 Northern 12
3 Eastern 7
DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
NORTHERN DIVISION July 22
Carleton Place, ON, Mississippi River; Carleton Place CC
# Club Pts  
1
Ottawa-New Edinburgh (16) 30
2
Rideau 20
3
Carleton Place 9
4
Britannia 5
Ottawa Journal, July 24, 1922
Montreal Gazette, July 24, 1922
WESTERN DIVISION July 29
Toronto, ON, Toronto Harbour; Western Division
# Club Pts  
1
Humber Bay (1) 18
2
Island 17
3
Parkdale 16
4
Balmy Beach 13
5
Toronto 2
Toronto Telegram, July 31, 1922
Toronto Star, July 31, 1922
EASTERN DIVISION July 22
Montreal, QC, Rivière des Mille Îles; Ste Rose Canoe Club
# Club Pts
1
Grand Trunk (11) 24
2
Ste-Rose 10
3
Valois 9
4
St. Lambert 7
5
Chateauguay 6
5
Longueuil 6
7
Lachine 3  
8
St. John's YC 1  
Montreal Gazette, July 24, 1922
DOMINION DAY REGATTA July 1
# Club Pts
Toronto, ON, Hanlan's Bay, DDRA
1
Balmy Beach (3)
18
2
Parkdale
12
3
Island
10
3
Humber Bay
10
5
Kew Beach
4
Toronto Globe, July 3, 1922
 * The Women's events were clearly included in the points totals in order for Balmy Beach to earn 18 points. Island and Humber Bay tied with 10 points, not 13 as stated in the paper, meaning Parkdale was actually in second place.