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Dick Kay heads for the end line to pick up extra yardage while Bill
Kirchen looks for another Juneau tcckler.
Free of defenders, John Wcwrzonkowski hauls in cz Doug Czaplewski
pass on the Tech 20 in Pulaski's 20-19 upset victory.
Varsity: TOP: J. Eckert, G. Suvoka, T. Nickles, M. Mussu, R. Zydowicz, Waypa, P. Rivera, D. Williams, Mgr. BOTTOM: R. Kay, D. Czaplewski,
J. Arnold, R. Riley, J. Marcmonle, T. Czerwinski, Coach Levandowski. J. Wawrzonkowski, T. Alberti, M. Dressler.
ROW 2: J. Cummisford, K. Kroll, D. Serafin, J. Wilson, J. Kohn, R.
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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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Varsity: TOP: Coach Dufek, Coach Hoepfner, K. Nitka, R. Willems, W.
Skonieczny, W. Kneisler, M. Larsen, H. Katrichis, J. Bennett. ROW 2: D.
Franke, C. Trepczyk, R. Sasek, S. Glass, R. Clark, J. Rivera, B. Kirchen.
BOTTOM: G. Youngs, J. Surges, J. Duelge, D. Stearle, D. Budzien.
Iron Men Transcend Expectations
With victory in his mind, Head Coach Gregg Dufek,
helped by assistant coaches Neil Hoepfner and Chuck
Levandowski, prepared for the season opener against
Juneau. The boys had worked on their own throughout
the summer conditioning themselves. Therefore, when the
season opened, they concentrated entirely on the funda-
mentals and strategy of the game.
ln the first game of the '66 season, the Pulaski eleven
rammed their way to victory against Juneau. South Divi-
sion was next to fall under their power. Then on a dark,
rainy day the team literally fumbled the game away and
suffered their first defeat, which was dealt to them by
Custer. With vengeance in their hearts, the Rams belted a
victory over the defending city champions and number
one team in the state, Boys' Tech. For his efforts in this
game the Associated Press picked John Wawrzonkowski
as "back of the week" in the state of Wisconsin. Home-
coming ended on a happy note with a win over Bay View.
Pulaski defeats of Lincoln and East set the scene for the
last game against Marshall.
Marshall and Pulaski at this time were tied for first
place in the city conference. The outcome of the contest
would determine the city champions. ln a bitterly fought
game the Rams were defeated 2l-l3. ln this loss of the
city championship, there was, however, an element of vic-
tory. Even though not predicted a favorite at the beginning
of the season, the boys proved the experts wrong and
fought their way right up to the championship game.
The end of the season found three Rams, Darryl Stearle,
Richard Kay, and Douglas Czaplewski, chosen for the
Milwaukee Journal All City Team. Stearle was chosen
tackle on the first team while Kay and Czaplewski were
chosen halfback and quarterback respectively on the
second team. Stearle was also chosen first team tackle by
the Sentinel. ln addition to Stearle, John Wawrzonkowski
was selected second team halfback.
Pulaski ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,....,.... ......... J u neau i2
Pulaski ------- 5OUll'1 7
Pulaski ,... Custer 20
Pulaski ------------- T9Cl'l 19
Pulggki Bay View O
Pulaski .. Lincoln 7
Pulaski -------- East 6
Pulggki Marshall 21
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