Fred Brown
Brantwood Beach Canoe Club
 
 
1938
 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
LACHINE (5)
NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
CARLETON PLACE (1)
WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
BALMY BEACH (11)
EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
LACHINE (8)
INTER-CITY 'Little CCA' CHAMPIONS
LACHINE (2)
DOMINION DAY CHAMPIONS
BALMY BEACH (11)
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 6
1938 Book of Champions Medalists
Kingston, ON; Greater Cataraqui River; Cataraqui Canoe Club
# Club Pts
1
LACHINE (5) 20
2
CARTIERVILLE 19
3
WINNIPEG 17

4
Toronto 12
5
Gananoque 9
6
Island 7
6
Balmy Beach 7
6
Grand Trunk 7
9
Carleton Place 6
10
Sudbury 3
11
Parkdale Rowing 2
11
Ottawa-New Edinburgh 2
13
Rideau 1
Ottawa Citizen, Aug 8, 1938
Montreal Gazette, Aug 8, 1938
Ottawa Journal , Aug 8, 1938
Tabulation of Points
The Ottawa Journal, August 8 1938, correctly awards 6 points to Carleton Place (1 first and 1 third) and only 7 points to Island. Both the Montreal Gazette and the Ottawa Citizen erroneously award 8 to Island and 5 to Carleton Place.

DIVISIONAL TITLE
# Division Pts
1 Eastern 46
2 Western 28
3 Algonquin 20
4 Northern 18


DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
NORTHERN DIVISION July 23
Gananoque, ON, St. Lawrence River; Gananoque M&CC
# Club Pts  
1
Carleton Place (1) 28
2
Ottawa-New Edinburgh 25
3
Gananoque 23
4
Brantwood Beach 19
5
Rideau 16
6
Britannia 1
7
Cataraqui 0
Ottawa Citizen, July 25, 1938
Ottawa Journal, July 25, 1938
WESTERN DIVISION July 23-26
Toronto, ON, Humber Bay, Western Division
# Club Pts  
1
Balmy Beach (11) 32
2
Boulevard 25
2
Toronto 25
4
Parkdale Rowing 12
5
Island 9
6
Kitchener 1
Globe & Mail, July 25, 1938
Toronto Star, July 27, 1938
NB: The points for the Western Division do not include the Mile War Canoe race which was postponed due to rough winds. I have not been able to locate the results of this final race.
EASTERN DIVISION July 23
Otterburn Pk, QC, Richelieu Rivier; Otterburn BC
# Club Pts  
1
Lachine (8) 43
2
Cartierville 31
3
Grand Trunk 15
4
St. Lambert 8
5
Otterburn 3
6
Chateauguay 2
7
Excel 1
Ottawa Citizen, July 25, 1938
INTER-CITY REGATTA 'Little CCA' July 1
# Club Pts
The Inter-City Regatta, affectionately dubbed 'Little CCA,' was originally staged in the 1900s, ceasing with a Grand Trunk win in 1907. The tradition was reinstated in 1937.
Longueuil, QC; St. Lawrence River; Excel Boating Club
1
Lachine (2) 28 (24)
2
Cartierville 9 (13)
3
Ottawa-New Edinburgh 7

4
Brantwood Beach 6
5
St. Lambert 5
6
Rideau 4  
7
Otterburn 2  
8
Chateauguay 1  
8
Excel 1  
Ottawa Journal, July 2, 1938
 
The results published in the Ottawa Journal don't even match the points totals cited in the article (parentheses). Using the 5/2/1 point scoring system (which confirms ONECC's 7 and Brantwood's 6), there is no way Lachine could have scored 24 and Cartierville 13.
 
DOMINION DAY REGATTA July 1
# Club Pts
Toronto, ON, Centre Island, Long Pond, DDRA
1
Balmy Beach (11) 35.5
2
Boulevard 35
3
Toronto 31
4 Parkdale Racing 24
5
Island 15
6
Kitchener 3
Toronto Globe, July 2, 1938