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Harlan O. "Pat" Page

Although regarded as thin, Pat Page’s quickness and overall athletic ability made him a national icon. A fabulous three-sport star at the University of Chicago, Page was one of basketball’s earliest defensive specialists. In the first decade of the twentieth century, the 5-foot-9, 160-pound southpaw guard frustrated opponents with his intense defense and intelligence on offense. He averaged 10.2 points a game under Hall of Famer coach Amos Alonzo Stagg, an astounding number for the times, and led Chicago through a four-year period of glory when the team thoroughly dominated its opposition. He teamed with fellow Hall of Famer John Schommer to form a devastating duo and in 1908 and 1909 Schommer and Page were teammates on the Helms Foundation First Team All-America list. Following his playing days, Page was a successful coach at the University of Chicago, the College of Idaho, and at Butler University, where he led the team to the 1924 AAU national championship. 

Enshrined 1962
Born March 20, 1887 Chicago, IL
Died November 23, 1965
College Chicago
Career Stats
5' 9" HEIGHT
G POSITION
1 NATIONAL AAU TITLE
3x NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
3x HELMS FOUNDATION
ALL-AMERICAN
1x HELMS FOUNDATION
PLAYER OF THE YEAR