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Page 110 text:
Activities Break Up Dreary Hours
Running, jumping, screaming, and shouting students
engaged in extracurricular activities were constantly on
the go. Their enthusiasm overflowed the classrooms and
corridors transforming the school into a whirlwind of
One could hear the haunting harmony of the A Capella
Choir and Girls Glee wafting through the air mixed with
the lush sounds of the Orchestra rehearsing to entertain
music lovers of all ages. At sporting events, the Band's
pulsating rhythm set the tempo of action. The high step-
ping drill team also moved in with a beat on these occa-
sions. Natare members frolicked in the pool to accom-
panying strains of music in presenting colorful water dis-
plays while Orchesis dancers graced the stage with their
modern interpretation of dance forms. Devotees of the
A.F.S. contributed their time to the support of the foreign
exchange program. F.T.A. members were busy learning
and training for their future teaching careers. Various
monitors abounded in the library, bookstore, office, and
halls regulating traffic and maintaining peace. On the
third floor Cavalier annual and newspaper staffs scurried
compiling information and data for their publications.
On the intellectual side, there were a host of clubs
challenging students' abilities. These included the Chess
Club, Science Club, Stamp Club, and Astronomy Club.
For the glib of tongue, there was the Debate Team. What-
ever the activity, students both enjoyed and enlightened
themselves by their participation.
Cavalier newspaper staff members, Steve Lutomski and Donna Buch-
mann, relax between deadlines by folding the papers for delivery.
"With a little bit of luck," stage crew architects construct paper pillars
to lend a classical air to the Orchesis number, "Patch of Blue."
Band members rehearse a precision drill, coordinating their movements
to the rhythm for a football half-time ceremony.
Page 109 text:
ours - A Time
With a clang, a smile, and a sigh the 3:28 bell
Ending the school day and beginning the "active
Tucked away in many obscure corners
Or in the gym or pool or auditorium
Were an order of extra special students
Giving their extra energy and hours to Pulaski.
They were found hunting out their interests,
Detecting flaws in rehearsals before stage time,
Deciphering notes for news stories,
Calculating precisioned dance or swim movements,
Strategically planning checkmates,
Designing new student cheers,
Tuning in on the latest musical scores,
Guarding auditorium entrances with handfuls of
Keeping tabs on absentees,
Patroling the long lockered corridors,
Notifying carriers of overdue books,
Broadcasting the current school capers,
Or hiding in darkrooms during noon hour movies.
Each of these students were rewarded
Not just with a pin or a certificate,
But with a feeling of deep satisfaction,
A feeling lasting not only for an hour of school
But for their posterity,
As a time when giving brought its own reward.
Page 111 text:
Varsity cheerleaders show that the exhaustion after a game is minor
compared to the exhilaration of cheering the team on ta victory.
"Roll Out the Barrel" resound in the cafeteria as versatile band
members such as Virginia Bleiweiss give a Dixieland concert.
Braving the cold, windy weather of March, drill team members represent Pulaski in the St. Pafriclfs Day Parade downtown.
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