Toronto police in annual march to church service in Toronto, Canada. Policemen and band march towards the church. Crowd line sidewalks. Policemen on horseback move ahead. Policemen lined up with British flag. Church services in front of monument 'To Our Glorious Dead' , a cenotaph at the front step of the City Hall.
Men participate in the Mr. Ontario body builder show in Toronto, Canada. Crowd watches and judges discuss as participant body builders show off their muscles. Ken Togara of Toronto wins one of the awards. A young boy imitates the men and attempts to flex muscles. The 'Mr Ontario' title goes to 23 year old Jerry Richards of New Brunswick. Richards holds the trophy.
Toronto Policemen participate in annual "Church Parade" to honor fallen from World War 1. The Police Pipe Band leads the parade past the City Hall Branch of the Dominion Bank, at Queen and Bay Streets. They are followed by uniformed policemen wearing white gloves.The Pipe band continues along tree-lined section of street. Police official on horseback leads the uniformed police officers. A contingent of mounted police take part in the parade. An elderly man in Police uniform stands with three elderly officials, in top hats, in front of the Toronto City Hall, where members of another police band in uniform, stand, at ease, conversing. Spectators are gathered under a flagpole. A Color Guard of police officers stands at attention. The four elderly gentlemen are assisted in placing a floral wreath at the base of the World War I memorial at the City Hall. Inscription: "To Our Glorious Dead" is seen on the monument. The four men stand as the police band plays music.
The Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets holds a parade in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Members of the Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets march in colorful costumes. Soldiers march. A Scottish band plays at the parade. Band members dressed in colorful costumes march at the parade. A man rides a motorbike.
A marathon swim championship held by the Canadian National Exposition in Toronto, Ontario,
Canada. Participants jump into water to start the championship. Margret Ravior of Philadelphia wins the world's 10 mile swimming classic for the third time. Spectators cheer during the competition. Mrs. Evelyn Armstong of Detroit wins the second place. May Looney of Warren is third and Dorothy Nalevaiko of Glen Cove comes in the fourth position. Margret Ravior seated after the championship.
A 15-mile Swimming Championship held at the 7th National Canadian Exhibition in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Tired contestants pulled in midway on life boats. George Samuel Blagden of Memphis, Tennessee wins the vent. He comes out of the water and smiles at the camera.