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Row 3: Cooch Mox, Asst. Conch Thurner, R. Julian, M. Risrow, R. Visser, J. Melloch, R. Socher, J. Neuenfeldt, R. Snedigar, J. Rudtke.
Row 2: J. Choinocki, P. Shenur, E. Linder, R. Knuth, T. Broske, J. Metz, M. Garland, R. Mlynczcak, L. Duzynski. Row l: P. Juszczck,
J. Norship, T. Dzibinski, C. Bosonko, P. Juszczck, T. Walecki, B. Splinter, R. Tamer, R. Walloch, J. Weber.
Upsetting all previous predictions, and build-
ing up to a surprising climax, the 1953 Pulaski
football squad finished the season tie with Wash-
ington for first place in the city conference, with
seven wins and one loss.
Easily winning the opening game with Juneau,
19-0, the Ramblers met their only defeat of the
season, in their second game, with South, 19-6.
After losing to South, the Ramblers came back
to win three more games toward the champion-
ship by defeating Rufus King, 13-0, Lincoln, 27-
135 and North, at the North Stadium, 24-12.
In the homecoming game played with our south-
side rivals, Bay View, who were rated over Pulaski
by seven points, the Ramblers defeated the Red-
cats, 12-0. The two touchdowns were made by
Bradley Splinter. The two tries for the extra
points were blocked. Our victory over Bay View
entitles us to keep the traditional Wooden Foot-
ball. Because of a new practice instituted this year,
the winning team now receives the trophy.
Pulaski kept alive its slim hopes for winning
the city championship by scoring a fourth quarter
touchdown to beat West, 7-0. Leading up to the
score, George Cwiklowski p a s s e d to Thomas
Walecki giving the Ramblers a first down on the
West 17 yard line. Cwiklowski and Bradley
Splinter powered the ball to the 6 yard line, but
a penalty set the Ramblers back to the 20. George
Cwiklowski passed to Richard Knuth for the
touchdown. Richard Steuber place kicked the
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Page 57 text:
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Row 3: W. Bialk, G. Wozadylo, T. Wysocki, A. Borzykowski, C. Malinsky, J. Blochowiok, R. Smul, R. Mathis, Asst. Coach Henderson,
Asst. Coach Pauly. Row 2: R. Czerwinski, R. Otto, G. Barr, V. Konicke, B. Bialk, J. Moldenhauer, D, Bosco, J. Moldenhauer, R. Kowalski,
J. Klaerig. Row l: R. Stovens, R. Erickson, R. Nelson, G. Cwiklowski, J. Hintz, J. Anclroszczak, A. Dyzelslci, R. Steuber, R. Seeger.
A record crowd for the season, 7,300, witnessed
the breaking of a three way tie for the city cham-
pionship, when the Ramblers upset the favored
Tech team, 7-6. The score at the end of the sec-
ond quarter was 0-0. After the half a Pulaski team
filled with renewed power came onto the fieldg
and in the first few minutes of the third quarter,
Cwiklowski plunged over the line for the touch-
Richard Steuber kicked the all-important extra
point. Very shortly after, the Tech team scored a
touchdown. Tech had two chances to convert the
extra point, because of a Pulaski off side on the
first attempt. The first kick was wide and the
Three of our players have been honored by
being chosen on the all city second string team.
They are Charles Bosanko, Thomas Walecki, and
Pulaski will receive the traveling trophy for
winning the city championship three timesg 1949-
undisputed title, 1950-co-champions with East,
and 1953-co-champions with Washington. We
hope the Ramblers have many good football teams
in the future, and lead the city in sportsmanship
as well as in football.
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