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1913-1914 Baseball Season
1913-1914 Baseball team photo: Front Row: Thomas Comer, Arthur Johnson, Howard Stanchfield. Middle Row: Abe Segal, Edward Bruhn, Ray Sievers, William Mason. Back Row: Arthur Meyers, Clinton Lovely, William Sayre
North had high hopes coming into this season.  Four returning starters were to be the anchor of the team.  However, team moral sank when the team had to go great distances just to practice.  Also, halfway through the season, Captain Edward Bruhn was declared ineligible for the remainder of the season because of participating in Sunday baseball.

The first game of the season was against South on April 14.  The Tigers defeated the Polars handily, 11-4. 

The second game of the season on April 24 against West was closer. 

The Team lining up before the game
Bruhn kept the Polars in the game, but again the Polars lost by 4-2.

On May 2, the Polars played a doubleheader.  The first game was against East.  Bruhn led the team, striking out 18 East batters en route to a 2-1 victory.  The second game of the doubleheader was against Central.  Central took North's joy of their first victory and silenced it with a 6-0 beating of the Polars.

North had their rematch with South on May 8.  Mr. Bloomquist and Mr. Clancy (neither first name was mentioned in the yearbook) led the attack and North

Manager Meyers and Captain Stanchfield
gained revenge for the first loss, defeating South 7-6.

North then played East for the second time on May 16.  East wanted revenge for their earlier loss and they got it.  East won 6-3

The final game of the season was against West.  North was in the game until the 7th inning, when West began to pound the ball and scored seemingly at will on their way to a 10-0 win.

North was supposed to play one more game against Central, but it was cancelled and North was awarded third place in the conference.