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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • THE TOY DEPARTMENT, 1913

Princeton Hockey: 1910

Princeton Hockey: 1910

The Princeton hockey team circa 1910. View full size. G.G. Bain Collection.

 

Hobey Baker?

Isn't the player second from the left the great Hobey Baker? He is probably the most famous amateur player of his time and had his life not been cut short during WWI there may have been a greater legacy left behind. The Hobey Baker Award keeps his name and legend alive.

[Hobey (below) isn't in this photo. - Dave]

Hmmm...

No helmets, few pads and they all seemed to have most of their teeth. Was hockey that much genteel back then?

Wow!

That guy in the middle is awesome. I love the interesting faces that always pop up in these old photos.

Princeton

Tough looking dudes. Very cool team logo.

 
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