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Page 128 text:
Flanked by the doctor and managers, Frank
Blanchard hobbles off the field.
tense to gain yardage with the ball.
Ram Terry Wnlson lumps in a last-minute attempt to tackle a King
rt of the goal line.
Page 127 text:
A Pulaski player skillfully directs the ball, then watches it sour high
over the field deep into the opponents' territory.
Pulciski's defensive punch smothers another Boy's Tech drive with
hard-hitting teamwork at o home game.
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Traditional Team Spirit
Oof! Terry Wilson is struck hard and dragged to the ground by o defensive opposing linesmcin, ,Wg
Page 129 text:
Cagers Encounter Difficulties
Ram Cagers put in many hard and tedious hours of
practice this year. Coach Norman Gradecki worked with
his boys every night to make sure that every shot, step,
and play was in control. With the assistance of Coach
Darwin Romberg, the Cagers tried their best. Although
they had a tough season with many bad breaks ancl close
games, there were many indivduals who earned recogni-
tion. Leading the Rams in high scoring were Bob Polka
and Doug Czaplewski with a total ot 371 and 252 points
respectively. Bob Polka was rated in seventh place in
city standings for his tremendous number of points. A few
ot the other dedicated players were Jack Duelge, John
Roy, Tom Stauder, Terry Kotlarek, and Mike Murawski.
Three outstanding sophomores, Randy Foeckler, Jim Radke,
and Bob Zydowicz, added to the team's scoring.
Despite the Rams' several close losses, they gave first
place Washington two very good games which were not
easily won. The Tech game was one of the best of the
season, The game was fairly close but Pulaski was always
in the lead. At halt time the Rams were ahead 40-24.
After that the game was in full stride ending with a 71-67
victory for Pulaski.
Pulaski . . . . . Custer 74
Pulaski . Lincoln 124
Pulaski . King 90
Pulaski . . North ll7
Pulaski . . East 79
Pulaski . Bay View 85
Pulaski . Marshall 89
Pulaski . . East 84
Pulaski . Juneau 61
Pulaski Washington 77
Pulaski . Marshall 9l
Pulaski . . South 88
Pulaski . Bay View 96
Pulaski . . West 58
Pulaski Washington 59
Pulaski . . Tech 67
Pulaski . Juneau 76
Varsity: TOP: T. Stauder, ROV! 7: M. Auer, S. Millar. ROW 6:
R. Foeckler, D. Czaplewski. ROW 5: J. Radke, R. Sasek. ROW 4:
T. Kotlarek, J. Duelge. ROW 3: M. Murawski, R. Zydowicz. ROW 2:
T. Czerwinski, R. Polka. BOTTOM: M. McGrew, J. Roy.
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