Australian rowing champion Evans Paddon arrives for Sculls title race in Toronto, Ontario. Evans Paddon shakes hand with a man. He holds the boat and gets in the water. He is seated in the boat for the race and holds scull. He starts rowing the boat. A man helps him. Men stand near a monument memorializing Edward Hanlan, a renowned oarsman.
Race horse,Bunty Lawless, with Jockey, Jack Bailey aboard, wins the famous King Plate event in Toronto, Canada. The Governor of Canada arrives in a horse cart to watch the race. Men take pictures. The race starts. Spectators in the stands watch the race. Bunty Lawless wins the race. The Governor gives the trophy to Willie F. Morrissey, the owner of Bunty Lawless.
Large crowd gather at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Onatrio. Dignitaries wearing hats arrive. John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir shakes hand with a dignitary while others watch. John Buchan address the gathering and poses in front of camera. Parade of military units from Canada and United States. A senior army official in salute position during parade. American flag is going to be unfurl. People wanders in the fair.
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.