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News Editor Sandy Stecher, Managing Editor Sue Wroblewski, Editorial Editor Steve Lutomski, and Editor-in-Chief Jim Bennett,
check over the lay-out of the newspaper's next edition.
City Editor Sue Blake, Arts Editor Marlene Fritz, Photography Editor Carolyn Dutch, and Sports Editor Linda Paulin took a
breather after sending the lost of the copy to the press.
Newspaper Reporters: TOP: R. Hein, R. Koch, C. Ott, L. Zervic, K. B. Phillipp, K. Route, S. Svikel, B. Morrison, K. Larson, J. Paulick,
Zlotocha, R. Farkas, W. Crum, S. Selin, M. Auer. BOTTOM: B. Klug, S. Musial.
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Cavalier Annual Editors and Advisors, Mr. Jelinek, Margie Borkin, Cheryl Losey, and Mr. Slieber worked hard To meef deadlines. V
Activities Editor Sue Heise palienfly sits between Headline Edilors
Betsy Szyszko and Kathy Lubner as they seek her advice.
Cavalier Annual Business Staff: TOP: Suzi Heindl, Karen Traver
BOTTOM: Sharon Astley, Mr. Wozny, Barb Werner.
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Mrs. Pope, Cavalier Advisor, confers with circulation Manager Beatrice Feature Editor Linda Hawley, to "iron out" some minor problems.
Callery, Photographer Donna Humphries, Cartoonist Mary Skroch, and
Reporters Go Where the Action ls
Recreating the sparkling lives of Pulaskians was the
chief job of the Cavalier. Each issue of the newspaper
contained provocative editorials, flash features, descriptive
sports coverage, and news of school functions and student
Under the direction of Editor-in-chief Jim Bennett and
advisor Mrs. Luella Pope, photographs and "hot lines"
evolved from the minds of staff members. All Pulaskians
were given the opportunity to exhibit their creativity on
the "arts" page. Staff members contributed as advertising
solicitors, proofreaders, layout artists, typists, feature and
fashion editors, photographers, and reporters. Each staff
member was given a "taste" of all phases of newspaper
work. Besides doing regular work such as typing and
reporting, girls became photographers and sports re-
porters. Meanwhile, boys became fashion commentators
and typists. lt was an exchange experiment to prove the
ability of students to report in fields in which they would
not normally participate.
Cavalier newspaper business staff: C. Waiciechowski, Mr. Shaw, C
Goetz, and S. Glapinski look over financial records.
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