Pee Wee Chantler

After playing three years at Queen's University, Chantler went on to play two years (1927-28) for the Toronto Argonauts.  In 1929, Chantler moved across town to play for Balmy Beach. In 1930, Chantler tried out with the Kitchener Panthers of the ORFU, but had to retire due to his health.  Chantler played and coached the St. Thomas Intermediate team in 1931 as they won the Candadian Intermediate Football title.  Chantler tried a comeback at the senior level with the Hamilton Tigers in 1932, but didn't make it and returned to St. Thomas where he played quarterback and led them to their second straight Intermediate title..  In 1933, Chantler played at least in exhibition games with Toronto Balmy Beach.

Chantler Turns In Splendid Game For Queen's vs. Beaches - December 1, 1924

Pee Wee Chantler To Don Argo Uniforn - September 8, 1927

Chantler In Workouts With Argos - September 13, 1928

Chantler & St. Thomas Wins Intermediate Title - December 7, 1931

Chantler In Running For Head Coach of Queens to Replace Ted Reeve - August 3, 1939

Chantlet & St. Thomas Repeat As Intermediate Champions - December 12, 1932


Year Team GP
1924 QU
1925 QU
1926 QU
1927 TOR
1928 TOR
1929 TBB
1931 STH*
1932 STH*  
1933 TBB  

* St. Thomas Intermediate Team