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Page 56 text:
John Coatto, heacl football coach ot UW, told Pulaski athletes to "aim
high" while speaking at the annual banquet.
lntense efforts on the athletic fields hold perils as well as glory, as
shown by iniureol basketball star Terry Kotlarek.
Ram cager Terry Kotlarek springs high above the outstretched hcincls of
o Lincoln opponent to net another basket.
Page 55 text:
easons - A Time to Compete
"We need each and every boy to ioin a sport."
This was Mr. Max's theoretical formula
To insure our teams the best players,
To develop physical fitness,
And to keep academic standards high.
Many answered this imperative call
By devoting their spare time and energy
To their favorite sport.
The boys "got a lot of kicks" out of playing
Bringing Pulaski to third place in the city.
Then passing the ball to the Cagers,
A new, and better, basketball season began.
Meanwhile, Harriers hurried across the campus
As the sounding of the gun signaled swimmers to
Grapplers floored many an opponent
Leaving minute precision to the gymnasts.
Golfers kept up to par on the green
Looking on as Trackmen scurried through the field.
Spring came and Simmons Field hosted the batmen
Hitting homeruns for the "old home team"
.lust as the Tennis team racketed balls across the
Girls, too, kept in shape by sampling each sport
Through intramural games of the Girls Athletic
Every enthusiast had a common goal
To play fair and win square
Each time in the name of the Rams.
Page 57 text:
Strength, stamina, and strategy pushed Pulaski's Rams
to scoring victories throughout the city's rugged confer-
ence this year. Returning lettermen not only fortified the
sporting events, but helped to train future athletes.
Pulaski Rams excelled this year in all individual events.
Pulaskians may boast of their football record of only two
losses the entire season. Winning the South Side Cham-
pionship, the Gridders finished third in the City Confer-
ence. Due to injuries, the Harriers were slightly handi-
capped but still ranked tenth in the city. Led by Bob
Polka, third highest scorer in the city, the Cagers com-
piled a 6 and 9 record. Coach Sonnenberg's Grapplers
finished seventh in the city and sent two men to the State
Wrestling Tournament. Tumbling and swinging, Pulaski's
Gymnasts placed fourth in the City Gymnastic Meet and
gathered a 3 to 5 record throughout the year. Swimmers
propelled themselves to fourth in the city, which resulted
in a chance in the State Meet at Madison. Spring came,
bringing with it the usual hustle of preparation to get in
shape for new competition. Trackmen plunged into the
race and jumped, sprinted, and hurdled to get to the top.
The Tennis team wacked many a ball across the net to
gain points for Pulaski. Out on the campus lawn, Golfers
practiced until they were up to par with Mr. Max. Running
into summer, the Baseball team wound up the year with
fans emitting a last cheer for the Rams. 155, half mile of G Cross Country me,
Kgnwtlitter strives to maintain a steady pace to keep his lead for the
All-City football stars John Wawrzonkowski, Doug Czaplewski, Dick Kay, and Darryl Stearle form a winning combination.
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