For more than 100 years, the name Carr-Harris has been linked to both hockey and academics at Royal Military College and Queen’s University. In 1986, to mark the centennial of the first meeting of the schools’ two hockey teams, the Carr-Harris Cup was presented for annual competition between the schools.
The who’s who of the Carr-Harris hockey clan:
- Robert Carr-Harris was a professor of engineering at RMC (1879-1897) and Queen’s (1898-1901)
- Marguerite Carr-Harris was captain of Queen’s hockey team, 1896
- Ferguson Carr-Harris played goal for RMC, 1897; he later played for Queen’s and scored a goal as Queen’s lost to the Montreal Shamrocks in a Stanley Cup game, 1899.
- R.R. Carr-Harris led RMC to the intermediate intercollegiate championship, 1903
- B.G. and R.M. Carr-Harris played for RMC in the first game against West Point, 1923
- Lorne Carr-HarrisL played for British team in the Winter Olympics, 1924
- G.G.M. Carr-Harris taught civil engineering at RMC, 1935
- Johnny Carr-Harris coached RMC, 1949-50, then Queen’s, 1951-56
- Peter Carr-Harris coached RMC, 1955-61, recording four victories against West Point.