Year Inducted: 1980
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Maurice ‘Moe’ Jamieson was a lacrosse and hockey player during 1920’s and early thirties. Moe was as skilled on the ice as he was on the lacrosse floor. He was an offensive player who figured on the score sheet in most games he played. Sadly, at the age of 26, Moe died in his prime, the result of a duck hunting accident on November 11, 1933. The entire Cornwall and District Box Lacrosse League formed an honour guard as did his fellow postal workers at the Cornwall Post Office. In July of 1935, Cornwall Lacrosse fans pooled their money and purchased a trophy that would be called the Eric Carr-Moe Jamieson Memorial Trophy. Eight teams played for the first ever trophy, four from the Montreal league, Shamrocks, Verdun, LaCasquette and NDG, while Nationals, Celtics, Alexandria and Cornwall Island made up the local talent.In the end, the Cornwall Island Indians thumped LaCasquette 22 to 7 to win the original Carr-Jamieson trophy. Moe Jamieson was inducted in 1980.