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Row 3: R. Splinter, D. Bosco, G. Mann, G. Stubbs, A. Ripple, R. Scherer, Row 2: R. Hocit, R Over W Oro F Uwger Bottom ow
T. Tobbert, Mgr., G. Cwiklowski, C. Luwnicki, J. Gosper, N. Grodecki, Coach.
Varsity Basketball Scoreboard
Pulaski 60 .... Rufus King - 59
Pulaski 67 . . Custer- 50
Pulaski 75 . . . Washington - 35
Pulaski '56 . . . South Division - 57
Pulaski 56 . . West Division - 45
Pulaski 57 Lincoln - 59 COvertimeJ
Pulaski 62 juneau - 60 COvertimej
. . . Boys' Tech - 65
Pulaski 62 . . Bay View - 71
Pulaski 114 . . East Division - 51
. . North Division - 54
Pulaski's Rams, under the leadership of coach Norman Gradecki, racked up a record of eight wins
and three losses to place third in the city conference basketball race. Pulaski opened the season with
two non-conference games. The Rams dropped the first one to West Milwaukee and picked up the
second from Notre Dame. Several thrillers marked conference play including a thrilling 60-59 win
over Rufus King in the conference opener.
Pulaski then went on to swamp Custer and an inexperienced Washington team. The next game
proved to be both a thriller and a heartbreaker. A fighting Ram team lost a close game to South Division,
57-56. The team then defeated West Division and lost an overtime game to a hustling Lincoln team,
59-57. In another overtime the Rams emerged victorious over Juneau, 62-60,
Another hard fought battle turned out to be a losing one as Pulaski bowed to Bay View, 71-62. East
Division proved to be an easy mark as the Rams set several new scoring records, beating them by
114-51. Besides a new team scoring record, a Ram forward, Bob Over, set a new individual scoring
record, scoring 55 points, more than the whole East team. Pulaski closed conference play with an
easy 74-54 victory over North. Consistent high scorers were: Bob Over, George Cwiklowski, Alan
Ripple, and Clyde Lawnicki. They were ably backed up by: Dave Basco, Fred Unger, john Gasper,
Richard Splinter, Gary Mann, Richard Scherer, and Gilbert Stubbs.
In the state regional tournament, Pulaski lost its opener to South 73-59, but went on to gain the
consolation championship by beating Cudahy, 55-45, and Racine Horlick, 72-71.
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Row 3: Kezele, Coach, D, Mozurkiewicz, R. Rickard, W. Hansen, J, Rydlewicz, A. Ripple, M. Moyer. Row 2: J. Havey, N. Mrochinski
P. Osiewolski, J, Duckhorn, L. Soltis, A, Miller, R. Zulclll. Row If RrWitalis, T. Ondrejech, C. Bioskey, A. Tanck, T. Hcuke, G. Cornehls,
M. Siegmuyer, D, Weber.
Cross Country Scoreboard
JANESVILLE MIIJWEST INVITATIONAL
Pulaski-89 fRunner upj Leyden Township-'57
CITY CHAMPIONSHIP MEET
Pulaski-70 City Champions Lincoln-186
King-76 Tech-110 East-199
Washingtamn-77 Bay View-125 West-284
Pulaski's Rambling Rams captured the coveted City Championship this year. The harriers emerged
with their best season since 1947. Coach Stanley Kezele also guided his team to second place in both the
State and Mid-West Invitational Meets. For the first time in its history, the team captured the South
Sectionals. The Rams beat out a strongly favored South squad, 40 to 52. The harriers were undefeated
in dual meets and also won one triangular and one quadrangular meet.
Major letter winners were: 'Claude Bloskey, Greg Cornehls, Capt. Tom Hauke, Terry Ondrejech,
Mike Stegmayer, Al Tanck, Dean Weber, and Ron Witalis.
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