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01-15-2008, 06:55 PM
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Granted it isn't the most impartial of sources, but a couple of quotes from

There are those wrote during Baker's era, just before the Great War, that he was the greatest athlete who ever lived.
As for athletics, it was further written that he was "phenomenal." In the 1909-10 season, his senior year, the St. Paul's team defeated Princeton, the Tigers' only loss that year. He would later lead Princeton to a pair of hockey championships as well as stunning the opposition on the football field. After his junior collegiate season in 1913 he was proclaimed "The Wonder Player of Hockey."

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