Honorary president: L.A. Peto, Montreal
Honorary vice-presidents: Mayor W. D. Dobbins, Toronto; General F. S. Meighen, Montreal and C. S. Richardson, Toronto.
President: Maurice A. Searle, Toronto
First vice-president: Arthur Arnold, Hamilton
Second vice-president: D. S. Wilkinson, Montreal
Secretary-treasurer: George McBain, Toronto
Annual general meeting
The annual general meeting was held in Montreal on Saturday February 20, 1937. All of the last year’s officers were re-elected. Clubs represented at the meeting included Ulster United, British Consols, England United, Hamilton (Montreal) United, Montreal Carsteel, Montreal C.N.R. Scottish and Montreal C.P.R. Glen Yards. The financial report showed an income of $1,036 and expenditure of $946.
Review of the season – Western Division
The season opened on Saturday May 8. In Hamilton British Consols won 1-0 over Hamilton City. In Toronto Ulster United beat Hamilton Thistles 9-1 and Toronto Scottish won 2-1 over Maple Leafs.
Toronto Maple Leafs were unbeaten in 13 successive games before losing to London, Ontario, in the provincial semifinals of the Dominion Cup.
On Saturday September 25 Ulster United beat Maple Leafs 2-1 and won the Western Division championship.
Review of the season – Eastern Division
Before the season started Carsteel lost Robert Hutchinson to Falconbridge Falcons and Peter Smith to Maisonneuve Rovers.
Review of the season – Northern Division
Falconbridge Falcons were captained by Alex Samson. In April they signed Carsteel star Robert Hutchinson.
On Saturday night August 14 in Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons beat Frood Mines 3-0 to take control of the leadership in the Northern Division.
Lord Atholstan Trophy
After winning the Atholstan Trophy almost all of the British Consols players lost their jobs in the Consols signmaking plant, forcing them to look for new jobs.
Results and standings
Western Division Standings as of September 2, 1937 GP W L T GF GA Pts British Consols 22 12 5 5 47 19 29 Ulster United 18 12 2 4 44 16 28 Toronto Maple Leafs 18 10 4 4 21 23 24 Toronto Scottish 24 9 9 6 34 45 24 England United 22 7 10 5 24 34 19 Hamilton City 24 6 17 1 23 36 13 Hamilton Thistles 22 5 14 3 18 39 13 Eastern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts Montreal C.N.R. Scottish Northern Division GP W L T GF GA Pts Falconbridge Falcons Frood Mines
October 5, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 2
Ulster United 1
October 7, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 2
Ulster United 2
British Consols won two-game total-goal series 4-3
West vs East
October 9, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 3
Montreal C.N.R. Scottish 3
October 11, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 3 (Cairns, Gibson, Paterson)
Montreal C.N.R. Scottish 2 (Sawyers, Bill Menary)
British Consols: Arends; Jim Patterson, Weir; N. McLean, Clulow, Adams; Sutton, Cairns, Jack Patterson, McKissock, Garrett. Subs: Dandie, Gibson.
Montreal Scottish : E. McLean; J. Rose, T. Turley; Davis, Low, Sawyers; W. Menary, McIntosh, D. McLean, W. Bennett, J. Rowley. Subs: Smith, J. Menary.
British Consols won two-game total-goal series 6-5
Lord Atholstan Cup Finals
October 23, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 1 (Paterson)
Falconbridge Falcons 3 (Aird 2, Samson)
British Consols: Dick Arends; Paterson, Weir; McLean, Joe Clulow, Adams; Ollie Sutton, Cairns, Paterson, McKissock, Gibson (Garrett).
Falconbridge Falcons: Wallace; Charlie Moore, Jim Lone; Phillips, Cyril Davis, Hutchison; McAllister, Aird, Rowarth, Henry Lone, Sheppard (Sampson, McArthur)
October 25, 1937 Toronto
British Consols 5 (Paterson 3, Sutton, Cairns)
Falconbridge Falcons 1 (Moore)
Briths Consols: Dick Arends; Paterson, Weir; McLean, Joe Clulow, Adams; Ollie Sutton, Cairns, Paterson, McKissock, Gibson. (Garrett)
Falconbridge Falcons: Bob McArthur; Charlie Moore, Jim Lone; Phillips, Cyril Davis, Hutchison; McAllister, Aird, Rowarth, Henry Lone, Sheppard. (Sampson)
British Consols won the two game, total-goal series 6-4