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IOP: K. Nislewicz, N. Hutt, J. Brindowski, S. Stecher, D. Sinski, M. B. Banczak, K. Lubner, S. Kussrow. BOTTOM' C Malmarowskir Ill
Seidler, A. Schulz, D. Sommers. ROW 3: K. Herman, S. Cziaki, E. Schlaack, S. Brookman, M. Flach, W. Madell, B.'Callery, B. Maslowski,
Dreger, B. Murphy, M. Ligocki, K. Hinz, C. Snartemo, J. Hughes, N. M. Matyas, P. Mroz.
Byers. ROW 2: L. Brauer, J. Kuzdas, S. Sass, M. Kasprzak, M. Muth,
Time Changes the Booster Girls
What's this!! Pulaski's honest Booster Girls spending their money
from the sale of football tickets for candy?
This was the year of the Booster Rebellion. Led by
Miss Edna Vanderbeck, their teacher advisor, the Booster
Girls not only revised their uniforms but also their qualifi-
cations for membership in the club. The uniform, formerly
a red blazer with the school emblem, was changed to a
red vest worn with a white blouse and navy skirt. The new
qualifications included membership in either the Girls
Athletic Association, Orchesis, or Natare, and grades of
"C" or better. The club, which had been restricted to
senior girls, was opened to all Pulaski girls.
Although there were changes, the purpose of the
Booster Girls, to promote school spirit, remained the same.
Booster Girls brought their wares to the bustling cafeteria
to bargain over the sale of football and dance tickets.
They showed shakeroos and pins to prospective buyers
and served at special school programs. The Booster Girls
were busy this past year working as publicity agents for
Pulaski High School.
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"l know all about it," seems to be the thought ol Tom Hoefs as smiling
Booster Girls give a sales pitch during a lunch hour.
Two Booster Girls fry to persuade Dave Budzien to buy a football
ticket without giving him a chance to say he's on the team.
Tl1ere's no time for books tonight as Barbara Murphy hurries to the
gym to collect money from the sale of tickets.
Enthusiastic Pulaskians eagerly fight over a Booster Girl's dwindling
supply of tickets to the annual Sadie Hawkins' Day Dance.
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Two varsity cheerleaders rally Pulaski students to support the football
team with catchy pharses and snappy rhythms.
l l ki cheerleaders leading Ram fans in a rousing cheer for their team.
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