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G,A.A. officers: President Molly Bielawski, Secretary-Treasurer Vickie
Kosharek, and Vice-President Kathy Lubner.
A pair of G.A.A. "basketeers" leap daintily in the air in an attempt to
tip the basketball to their awaiting teammates.
Jumping high, Nancy Wichgers slums the volleyball with her fists,
sending it soiling over the net into the opponenfs court.
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Dismayed G.A.A. members look on as they think, "lf only she had
eaten two more Wheaties for breakfast this morning."
For the girls who wished to supplement their physical
education program, the Girls' Athletic Association was
the answer. The club promoted good sportsmanship and
the ability to function well as a team anal extended an
invitation to any girl interested in sports, Mrs. LaVerne
Dougherty issued the rules to be followed in all games
and the curriculum of events to take place. This program
was carried out by the club's officers, President Marlene
Bielawski, Vice-president Katherine Lubner, and Secretary
Victoria Kosharek who were elected by club members at
the close of last year.
Girls participated in volleyball, badminton, baseball,
basketball, and tennis tournaments throughout the year.
The highlight was the girls' interclass swim meet. Seniors,
Juniors, and Sophomores competed against each other
in speed events, in long distance diving, and in novelty
events such as the nightgown and innertube relays. All
students were invited to watch this meet which took place
during the seventh hour on May l7. The proceeds from
these tickets went toward trophies and letters which were
presented to winners of the tournaments at the annual
A hapless shuttlecock receives a merciless beating at the hands of these five G.A.A. badminton enthusiasts.
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Cagers Pocket Strategic Shots
The Ram Cagers put in many long hours of practicing
in order to perfect every shot, step, pass, and play. Coach
Norman Gradecki worked continuously with the boys
with the assistance of Coach Darwin Romberg many
nights after school. The flashing limbs, the quick-moving
bodies of the players racing up and down the floor, and
the tense moment when a free throw was made were en-
thusiastically cheered on by loyal Pulaskian viewers. Al-
though they experienced several close losses, the Rams
scored 7 victories, putting them in eighth place in city
standings. Leading the Rams in high scoring were Bob
Polka, Doug Czaplewski, and Terry Kotlarek.
Regretfully, a valiant comeback fell just short as the
Rams lost to King in the conference finale. Trailing by l7
at the half, the Rams charged forward cutting King's lead
to only two in the second half, but that was as close as
On the other hand, the Rams played their best game
of the season against North. Defense, rebounding, and
shooting were evidently favoring Pulaski as the Ram
cagers iurnped off quickly to an T8-8 lead. The Rams
stayed out in front and were ahead at the half, 41-35. At
the climax, free throws took their toll. Pulaski sank l2 in
a row, eight by Bob Polka, to put the outstanding game out
of North's reach. Doug Czaplewski was high scored with a
25 point total for the game.
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Doug Czaplewski keeps one West player occupied as Bob Polka prepares
to throw the ball over the grasping hands of another.
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