In 1948, the Bremen Hi-Y club at the school decided a little good sportsmanship spirit was warranted at basketball games and created a sign that remained in the gymnasium until it was remodeled in 1987-88. The sign, apparently encouraged nationally... Continue Reading →
Dan Shuppert, long-time Bremen English teacher and counselor, allowed us to add his collection of sports teams he coached over the years to our digital collection. The photos range from the early 1980s to the 2000s. Note: Many of the... Continue Reading →
The warm weather has returned, and summer is just around the corner. Back in the early 1960s, when air conditioning was not common in these parts, people yearned for a refreshing dip in a clean, well-maintained swimming pool. Moms wrote... Continue Reading →
It's baseball season again, and here is a reminder that trash talk is nothing new. Click the image to display a larger version.
Football was a dangerous game in the days before proper helmets and pads, and when the flying wedge was legal. But it was popular in Bremen as early as the mid-1890s. (It was disallowed in 1907 and returned in 1955.)... Continue Reading →
At the turn of the 20th century—back when the game was spelled "base-ball" and the word "fans" was printed in quotation marks to show it was just slang—Bremen fielded multiple fine baseball teams that played all over Michiana. Their names,... Continue Reading →