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"Got the spirit? Let's hear it!" And boy we did! Match-
ing the thundering beat of the Pulaski Band, thousands of
loyal Pulaskians displayed the school colors of crimson red
and navy blue as they participated in this year's many pep
rallies, football and basketball games, and other sports
and activities. Glorious shakeroos and miniature rams
accented every sport event with streaks of colorful en-
thusiasm. Even those students who did not wear their colors
provided plenty of red on their faces as they cheered on
Yet this school spirit did not appear overnight, nor did
it exist just for the brief moments of a sport event. Early
in the year, posters for various events popped up, thanks
to the more artistic students. The color days gave everyone
a chance to prove their loyalty and test their ability to
completely enwrap themselves in the two colors. Pep ral-
lies provided cheering practice, and the actual games
were the outlet for their enthusiasm. And so, little by little,
the Pulaski school spirit developed until it had the muscle
to lick any other school. As in past years, this spirit grew
from constant exercise-the same exercise that will make
I Barb Stempski may never win the game, but she does win cheers as
Il strong lOl' the YTIGDY DSW YGCJVS to COITIE. she mimicks Coach Dufek at the homecoming pep rally.
As shakeroos wave frantically, a thunderous cheer explodes from loyal fans for another Ram touchdown.
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Football captain of the week, Greg Youngs, receives hearty recognition
from the Ram mascot at u pep rally.
Ooops! Gory Hansen takes an unexpected tumble at on early morning
goal-post-decorating ceremony for the Homecoming game.
Pulaski Proves th
Mr. Max dons his recl and blue cap to odd color and enthusiasm to
tlxe pep rally by recalling the Spirit of Homecomings Past.
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Mr. "Napoleon" Kanitz commands his army of good will soldiers in the distribution of Thanksgiving baskets to needy families.
Pulaski Enters Community Life
Pulaski's young citizens played an important role in the
community through their generosity and cooperation. Each
homeroom collected and distributed Thanksgiving baskets
to less fortunate families. Their appreciation was shown
in grateful letters sent to the student body. The Junior Red
Cross, too, spread good will by sponsoring a friendship
bag drive to provide toys for Vietnamese children. The
annual soap drive cheered invalids at the County lnsti-
tution during Christmas when the choir visited there to
distribute the soap as presents.
To further assist the community, twenty Pulaski students
took part in the Civil Defense Drill intended to test the
emergency facilities of Saint Luke's Hospital. The American
Field Service Club started a new adult chapter of their
organization which was opened to interested parents of
A.F.S. members. The Business Education Department for
the first time gave Office Education students a chance to
practice what they were taught while again placing in-
terested and capable Distributive Education students on
the job with community merchants.
In Saint Luke's Hospital X-Ray Department, Mr. Cichon gives Barbara
Derus instructions on typing a medical record.
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