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Page 73 text:
Varsity: TOP: Coach Gradecki, Mgr. D. Szulczewski, R. Polka, N. R. Sosek, D. Czaplewski, M. Dudzik, M, Mills, R. Foeckler, J. Radke,
Pedersen, E. Hermann, J. Duelge, T. Czewinski, G. Sobczak, G. T. Kotlarelc.
Knueppel, S. Zabkowicz, R. Zydowicz, Asst. Coach Romberg. BOTTOM:
Outmaneuvering his West Milwaukee guard during the first game of
the season, Richard Niemczynski drives towards the basket.
Like the winged Mercury, Terry Kotlarek delivers the ball to the
astonishment of onlooking players and fans.
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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.
Pulaski . . . . Tech
Pulaski . Juneau
Pulaski . Custer
Pulaski . North
Pulaski , Lincoln
Pulaski . North
Pulaski . East
Pulaski . South
Pulaski . Lincoln
Pulaski Bay View
Pulaski . South
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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The sophomore basketball team, under the leadership
of Coach Edward Markunas, opened the season with two
outstanding players, Jeff Cummisford and Wayne Pepper.
Then in mid-semester, the team lost its two key high-
scorers. They were drafted into the varsity squad. Although
the team could have scored higher with them, the sopho-
mores managed to come a long way. Other top perform-
ers, who are possible prospects for future Ram cagers,
are John Voss, Jeff Lawnicki, George Suvaka, and Bob
Johns. John Voss came out on top in scoring the most
points for his team.
Coach Markunas worked with the boys in many long
hours ot practice and he was proud of their achievements.
The sophomores took victories over Juneau, Washington,
and South. In their first game with South, they were de-
feated lay one point but scored a ten point win in the
second game with them.
Two members of Pulaski's sophomore basketball squad scramble
among West players to try to recover a loose ball.
Pulaski 42 . . Tech 46
Pulaski 49 . . Juneau 44
Pulaski 35 . . West 43
Pulaski 42 . Custer 54
Pulaski 43 . North 58
Pulaski 4'l . . Lincoln 52
Pulaski 38 . . King 43
Pulaski 35 . North 66
Sophomore Team: TOP: R. Buschmann, J. Fiedler, K. Klawein, R. Johns,
G. Zoltowski, C. Budnik, D. Serafin, T. Zientara. SECOND ROW: R.
Vasilia, Mgr., H. Kufahl, T. Cowling, D. Boschke, D. Seeger, R. Royten,
. Marshall 52
. East 48
. South 47
Pulaski 42 .
Pulaski 28 .
Pulaski 46 .
Pulaski 37 . . . Lincoln 58
Pulaski 37 . . Washington 33
Pulaski 53 . . Bay View 66
Pulaski 37 . . South 27
Pulaski 35 . . King 54
D. Walker, G. Winters. BOTTOM: R. Grabowski, J. Lawnicki, J. Demski,
D. Frederick, J. Voss, G. Suvaka, K. Kroll, Coach Markunas.
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