Harlan O. "Pat" Page (March 20, 1887 – November 23, 1965) was one of basketballs first star players in the 1900s. The 5' 9"/1.75 m Watervliet, Michigan native played guard in high school at Lewis Institute (Chicago, IL), graduating in 1906. He then played basketball at the University of Chicago (1906-1910) and was known as a defensive specialist.
While leading Chicago to two national championships (1908 and 1909--retroactively recognized by the Helms Foundation National Championships--Page was named Helms Foundation All-American each time and finally was named National Player of the Year in 1910 along with his third All-American award. He also played quarterback for the football varsity.
Following his playing days, Page embarked on a successful basketball coaching career at the University of Chicago (1911-1920), Butler University (1920-25) and the College of Idaho (1937-1939). He served as athletic director at Butler from 1920 to 1927. He compiled a 267-149 overall record and led Butler to the 1924 AAU national title. He also found the time to coach college football.