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.live, Expresso Add Spice to Life
Batman arrives at the Faculty-Lettermen basketball game to try
to prevent a crime. lt's a crime that the faculty always wins.
Laughter, the latest dances, and choice gossip are the ingredients
that combine to make dances a big success.
At the variety show Marlene Bielawski presents a comedy routine
based on the jokes and fashions of Phyllis Diller.
Energetic Pulaskians contributed bundles of energy
in the form of time and enthusiasm to prepare for the
dances and the variety show. The finished products
were well attended. Faculty members and students
got into the swing of things by planning the Kick-Off
Dance soon after school began. The evening after the
first football game, students hopped to live music and
kindled school spirit. Females got the iump on males
as the Sadie Hawkins Dance approached in November.
The annual event was once again a swinging success.
ln January, Pulaski was host to its traditional rival,
Bay View. After an exciting basketball game, students
from both schools danced and relaxed at the Post
Teachers made the scene at the Faculty-Lettermen
Basketball game. After a brief skit that set students
roaring, athletic faculty members banded together to
chalk up another victory over Pulaski Lettermen. Prep-
arations for a variety show began soon after the be-
ginning of the second semester. A coffee house scene
was chosen as setting for the expresso and rock theme.
"Coffee and Roll," another "first" at Pulaski, drew ci
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Fads Mirror Passing Fancies
Holy clothesl This was the year of new fashion ideas.
Fads swept Pulaski, bringing in new styles from head
Taking it from the top, triangle scarfs were big among
the girls. Boys got into the act with leather hats de-
signed in the English trend. Complying with Wiscon-
sin's cold winters, sweaters, especially "poor boys,"
made a hit with everyone. Matching or accenting the
wide array of sweaters, patterned or textured over-
the-knee highs saved many a leg from frostbite on
wintry mornings. Many students were "bootlegged"
as shoes came up over the ankles. White "courrege"
boots added to the "total look" for girls, while boys
preferred darker versions for fancy footwear. Loafers
gave that casual look to boys and girls alike.
Would you believe boys wore necklaces this year?
Would you believe they wore Maltese crosses? Well,
they did! Girls, on the other hand, were enchanted
with the exciting ear baubles introduced this year.
Capes unfolded, but not on students. They were
used chiefly to identify the newest of teen age idols -
Batmanl Golly gee, who's that guy in the groovy tights?
With the coming of warmer weather, Dean Schopp and Mary Goretzki
welcome spring with matching shirts and medollions.
Fashion conscious Pulaskians step out in style wearing the latest
fads in footwear: penny loafers and net stockings.
Wild, kooky, earrings of all shapes, sizes, and colors prove that
the pierced ear look is really "in",
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