Hobart Amory Hare Baker was a two-sport player who starred for Princeton at a time when pro sports were looked down on and the college game was the pinnacle of athletic competition. The only man to be voted into both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame, Baker led Princeton to national championships in football in 1911 and hockey in 1912 and 1914. Handsome, confident, and modest, he inspired at least two F. Scott Fitzgerald characters. He left a job on Wall Street to become a pilot in the U.S. Army in after the U.S. entered the Great War in 1917. He went on to become a squadron leader during World War I and was killed shortly after the war ended when he crashed during a test flight.