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Band members observe the first rule for having cz successful perform-
ance: Practice! Practice! Practice! And more practice! !
Cellist Margie Hughes practices cm new piece of music and muses,
"I wonder if the world is ready for another Pablo Caso!s?"
"Be u clown and you'l! never frow , agree Orchesis V
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Activities Keep Pulaski on the Go
Energetic Pulaskians put the "active" into activities.
Full of go power, they showed that the modern generation
is willing to devote many extra hours to develop school
Pulaskians were seen in action all over the school. ln
the halls and cafeteria, Booster Girls sold pins, pennants,
and tickets. On the football field, the band marched to
the rhythm of their music. At games, cheerleaders helped
to arouse team spirit. ln the music rooms, students prac-
ticed to perfect the Orchestra and A Cappella Choir.
Music was also used in the pool by Natare members to
swim in synchronized patterns, and in the gym by Orchesis
to devise dance numbers. Outside of room 312, the drill
team worked on many precision formations. The Student
Council met in the auditorium to make rules to govern
all the students, while on the third floor, newspaper and
annual staff members hunted for stories to write about.
In various other rooms, the Chess Club manuevered, the
Stamp Club collected, and the Student Art League painted.
On the whole, Pulaski was a center of bustling activity
brought about by its never tiring students.
With not time to smile for the photographer, Carlen Schenk works
intently to meet deadlines for the Cavalier annual.
Cavalier newspaper members Eileen Schallhorn and Cheri Merritt kept typewriters clicking at a hurried pace to meet a deadline. W
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Executive Committee: TOP: Henry Smith, Inter-High Representative:
John Roszak, President. ROW 2: Diane Hendrickson, Secretary, Sue
Brookman, Vice President. BOTTOM: Sandy Decker, Assistant Secretary,
and Nancy Schlaak, Inter-High Representative.
A weak "help" feebly rose from a pile of programs,
Thanksgiving Day Baskets, bills from dance supplies, and
warped records. There, five tired Student Service Council
officers and one exhausted counselor, Mr. William Tiernan,
rested after a long, hard year. From September to June
the pace of their program of activities kept them on their
toes. With the combined enthusiasm of a representative
and an alternate from each homeroom, the Council staged
"swingin" dances, "rousin" pep rallies, and boosted its
ticket sales. lt also organized the Thanksgiving Basket
Drive, Vocation Day, College Day, car registration, and
the lost and found service. This year's pet project was
"Coffee and Roll," a fun-filled talent show held on
Besides bringing life into the daily lives of students, the
Service Council was the voice of Pulaskians. Praises and
criticisms of the student body were aired and suggestions
for new "doin's" were heard at the weekly meetings.
TOP: R. Dzwonkoski, J. Hewett, R. Pawlak, G. Burmeister, J. Bloom,
R. Lahmann, D. Kulinski, D. Hoffmeier, P. Drewniak, A. Daines, C.
Schenk, S. Gawronik. ROW 3: E. Herrick, R. Wesolowski, K. Route,
D. Conlon, K. Hendricks, J. Helsinger, C. Bolek, M. Zielinski, S. Heindl,
B. Banczak, K. Larson, D. Wright. ROW 2: S. Hero, J. Duadon, L.
Wulf, D. Spencer, M. Roth, K. Nelson, S. Flach, L. Luebke, D. Tischer,
M. Carlson, K. Tomaszewski. BOTTOM: M. Dillon, J. Wendorf, C.
Roelke, C. Cieslik, J. Sopa, S. Crew, J. Schuster, J. Craig, R. Kirchner,
J. Klamra, S. Bessa.
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