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Page 139 text:
A back dive in Cl lay out position seems as easy as one, two, three
when Dave Hendrickson performs it with the ease of a pro,
Relay team members, T. Shiroda, C. Nelson, M. Muelv
Mike Crowley and John Patti, deciding that they will start their senior
season with ci big splash, get set to dive into the pool.
and T. Schaetzke, get into position for the medley relay.
Page 138 text:
B-Team: TOP: K. Foucault, G. Eberl, K. Elfner, R. Liiewski, C. Oleson, D. Herrell, R. Dancker, R. Zielinski, S. Hegner, R. Nowakowski.
M. Ullstrup, J. Schmidt, M. Lyss, K. Nolan. BOTTOM: W. Kneisler,
For Finish Line
The B-Team swimmers finished the season winning
all of the meets except the first, which was lost to Tech
by only seven points. One of the hardest and the closest
meets was against Marshall. Going into the final minutes,
the Pulaski men swam fast to beat Marshall by the
necessary one point. ln their last meet, the mermen
sprinted ahead to leave a wide gap between them and
the Oak Creek swimmers.
Some of Coach Scherr's more valuable B-Team swim-
mers were: Jim Schmidt and Robert Dancker, sprinting
the fifty free style, Rich Zielinski and Kenneth Faucoult,
swimming the breast stroke, Leon Ols, back stroke, and
Mike Ullstrup, Bill Kneiseler, and Rich Nowakowski, the
four hundred yard free style. Ken Nolan swam a two-
hundred yard individual medley.
. Custer 39
. East l5
Oak Creek l8
. Tech 52
Alley-oop and away Dave Hendrickson goes, springing high off the
board, executing a forward dive in pike position.
Page 140 text:
G.A.A. Keeps the Ball Bouncing
With one obiective in mind-to win-Mary Matyas and Diane Sinski
get set to iump, hoping their teammaies will intercept the ball.
Anticipating fun, the Girl's Athletic Association started
its i965-i966 season. G.A.A. is open to all girls at
Pulaski who are willing to participate in a supervised and
active sports program. Under the direction of Mrs.
LaVerne Dougherty, the girls elected their own officers
and referees, and competed against each other in such
tournaments as tennis, softball, basketball, badminton,
volleyball, and the annual inter-class swim meet. ln the
swim meet, girls from the sophomore, iunior, and senior
classes competed against each other in relays, diving, and
other events, while in the audience each class cheered
hopefully for its own team.
The officers for this year were: President, Mary
Matyas, Vice-President, Mary Ellen Muth, Recording Sec-
retary, Louise Brauer, Heads of sports, Marilyn Herman,
Diane Sinski, Marilyn Seidler, Linda Piotrowski, and
The highlight of the year, the G.A.A. banquet, was
held in the spring. After a dinner, trophies and letters
were awarded to winners of the sports tournaments.
Ylith a strong, swift stroke, Mary Matyas sends the ball sailing into the opponents' court, volleying for a point.
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