Newsreel entitled "Maple Leafs Beat Visiting Orioles in Diamond Opener." Footage is from opening day 1937 in the double-A International League, then one of the top minor leagues in North American baseball. View of packed stands at Maple Leaf Stadium in Toronto. British flag raised before the start of game. (Canada was then technically a self-governing dominion of Great Britain.) Players put caps back on after national anthems. Teams run off the field. William Donald Ross, a Canadian politician who was co-owner of the Maple Leafs, throws a baseball. Orioles player hits a single. Maple Leafs player hits a single. More shots of the crowd
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.
Opening day of the 1937 season in the double-A International League, then one of the top minor leagues in North American baseball. Newsreel titled "Maple Leafs Beat Visiting Orioles in Diamond Opener." Shot of packed stands at Toronto's Maple Leaf Stadium. British Union Jack hoisted on flagpole before start of game. Players, crowd stand for national anthems. Players run off the field. Maple Leafs co-owner William Donald Ross throws a baseball. Orioles player hits a single. Maple Leafs player hits a single. More crowd shots.
Aircraft avoids accident during landing on airfield in Toronto,Ontario. Aircraft taxis on the airfield. Trees in the background. Aircraft hits a mud hole during landing and avoids accident. Pilot Dick Merrill and his trans Atlantic companion Jack Lambie disembark aircraft. Men greet them. They pose.
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.
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.