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, . . . Football comes but once a year, and when it comes,
crjifl we bring the cheer.
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Coaches and players ioin in a final huddle before the opening
kickoff in the game with Pulaski.
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Players return to the bus after the 13-13 he
with South Division.
Candidates for the Varsity get into their practice uniforms
on the first day of practice
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The Varsity comes back 'with renewed spirit after the half-time I
locker room conference in the game with North at North Stadiums
Dave l-larenda 138i goes through the West Division line and Skip Witon goes around end in the West game and makes a nice
7595 file SCOPE, 1343- Jerry Richter, in the background, comes up to provide blockingp
Page 13 text:
. . . The first report card day brings out the graduates among us.
Monitors Nancy l.aFond and Tom Polenz cheek out a hook for
Ed Olezak at the new library counter.
Gerald Richter, Ken hmm, John Stalzenau, and Fred Struck,
seniors, ,display their linery on Heel and 'lie Day
Sensors of Miss Schaarschmldfs homeroom enioy the new furnishings
P in the home economies living room on Heel and Tie Day.
3Seniors Mary Ann lgnowski, Judy Diedrich, and Sandra Hettinger
give the 9B plaque to Eileen Zelinski, Room 432.
eclal ment winners of Homeroom 326 have their new report I
cards stamped by Mrs. Breitling on the first mark day.
Matt Magenheim, larry llingwall, and Earl Awve, winners in the
Ford Industrial Arts Contest, show their prize-winning proiects.
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Q . . . The football team finally knotted its Hrst victory,
5 after a series of ties.
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i popular dance at the opening game with Pulaski.
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' Viewites cheer the team on to a 7-7 tie with .Pulaski in the Ronald Blaszczyk, sophomore, comes in as the winner in the .
2 opening game of the season at Pulaski Stadium. annual marathon. I
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Dennis Rusche receives an autographed football from Captalns Tom Van Lanen
' and Dave Harenda at the football banquet.
, Mr. Tony Ingrassia, sports reporter for the Milwaukee Sentinel, speaks at the V ' Ken Timm, Fred Struck, and Jerry Richter present a skit ' ,
j 1955 football banquet at the Bay View legion Post. - . announcing the first football game. -'
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