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Row 2: Couch Pauly, T. Chaney, R. Czerwinski, R. Mothis, P. Juszczok, J. Neuenfeldt, C. Molinsky. Row l: J. Albert, D. Loschen, .l.
De Young, J. Boront, M. Olien, R. Polochowski.
With the return of last year's major letter winners Paul juszczak, John Neuenfeldt, and Chuck
Malinsky, and minor winners Dick Mathis and Jerry Albert, the Pulaski matmen had a very successful
season by winning three of their six dual meets.
In the city conference Coach Anthony Pauly's wrestlers defeated Boys' Tech, 23-16 and Juneau and
East, 34-10. The team lost its first conference meet to South Division. Paul Juszczak pinned his man,
and Chuck Malinsky out-pointed his opponent for the only Rambler victories. Our team also was beaten
by Washington and Rufus King.
In the non-conference record, the Ramblers subdued Racine Horlick and Racine Washington Park.
The team lost the second meet with Racine Horlick, and were twice overpowered by West Milwaukee.
Captain Paul juszczak, state champion in the 182 pound division last year. finished the season
Row 2: Mgr. K. Simotic, T. Silver, W, Biolk, G, Woitonowski, M. Keeker, E. Plonteric, Coach Mehoil. Row lr D. Hcymunn, R. Ciepluch,
D. Pogenkopf, R. Krychowiok, P. Czciikowski, H. Riley, M, Clement.
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Row 2: W. Steiner, G. Wanek, D. Kroll, T. Le Claire, R. Over, T. Lcshen, R. Smul, G. Cwiklowski, A, Dyszelski, R. Mlynczok, T, Wclloch,
Coach Grodecki. Row 1: A. Pliszkc, C. Helwig, R. Golecki, J. Radtke, J. Metz, W. Poulter, J. Andrcszczyk, J. Hintz.
This season Mr. Norman Gradecki took over
the coaching duties of Mr, Kenneth Steffen. With
several varsity players returning, the outlook
seemed promising, but injuries and other prob-
lems cropped up, and the team won only three
The Ramblers played good games, but failed
to win any of the non-conference tilts. The
Ramblers fell to Notre Dame, 48-395 the Wauke-
sha team, Suburban Champions, trounced our
cagers, 84-40, St. Catherine's of Racine was also
victorious. Though winning at the half, the
Ramblers lost a heart-breaker to West Allis Cen-
tral. A last minute free throw gave Central a
51-50 victory over Pulaski.
The Ramblers jumped off to a half time lead,
but South came back in the second half and de-
feated our Ramblers, 76-63. South breezed through
the remainder of their schedule to become city
champions for the second consecutive year.
Regaining their winning ways, the Pulaski cag-
ers defeated Juneau, 67-66, and Bay View, 57-48.
In those two games the Rambler talent was
On February 19 the Pulaski cagers gained their
third city conference victory by defeating Rufus
King, 85-58. Sophomores Robert Over and George
Cwiklowski led the attack, scoring 35 and 22 points
respectively. The Rambler's 85 points set a school
Pulaski lost a close game to North Division, 64-
58. The Ramblers had jumped to a 30-26 half-
time lead, but were outscored in the final periods.
George Cwiklowski and Jerome Andraszczak
scored 18 and 14 points respectively for the
East Division also trounced the Ramblers, 72-55.
After leading 30-24 at the end of the half, Pulaski
slipped in the third quarter, scoring only eight
points to the Tigers twenty. Center James Metz
played his best game of the season scoring 21
The high scorer in individual points is Ed
Markunas, a mid-year graduate. He was followed
closely by George Cwiklowski, James Radtke, and
The cagers lost two other members after mid-
year graduation who contributed a great deal.
They were Ronald Ramlow and Robert Walloch.
The regular players for the season were: George
Cwiklowski, Ed Markunas, Jerome Andraszczak,
Terry Laschen, James Metz, James Radtke, and
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