Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1968

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W, rm, mm W '? in 'hh ,H AM E Editors Kalhy Woiciechowski, Ken Jirikowic, and Barb Szyszko meer fo discuss plans for future Cavalier issues. Newspaper advisor, Mrs. Pope, and co-editors Richard Nowakowslci and Jill Geisler, discuss copy revisions for the next issue, a Colleen Lowe, fe ,, ' fu re editor, offers suggestions fo Mike Dudzilc, sporfs eclifor, as arf eclifor Carey Cieslik looks on. l l l

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Cavalier Stages an Annual Revue "Oh no, not again! . . . But this is the fourth time! . . . What do you mean details? . . . Dead? . . . I've been feeding it vitamins for months! . . . Color? . . . lt's already black and blue from revision!" Thus bemoaned the script- writers for Pulaski's Cavalier annual. "All the World's A Stage" was the theme which dramatized Pulaski's l967-68 memoirs. Under the faculty supervision of Mr. Jelinek, Miss Quinn, and Mrs. Haclcl, this year's editor-in-chief Carol l.eVine and copy editor Ric Gruszynslci organized and directed all work, always with an eye on "sacred" deadlines. Including the taking of both posed and candid pictures, and the writing and proofreading of articles, headlines, and cutlines, work began in September and ended with a March deadline. An innovation in this year's writing was a weekly writing clinic. Staff members gathered after school every Monday to evaluate each other's writing and to offer constructive criticism. The informal sessions provided the opportunity for an exchange of ideas and different views on good writing. Another significant part of the production was the An- nual Business and Sales Staff. Members of the staff, which is directed by Mr. Alexander, supervised order taking and money collection through the homeroom representatives and distributed the annuals at the end of May. Annual Bus. Staff: Left to Right: Karen Latus, Fran Alberti, Susan Shain, Advisor Mr. Alexander, Susan Royseck, Karen Pedersen. Assistants include Heidi Jameson, Ann Ovolcaitys, Chris Pritchett, Kathie Olson, Diane Lentscher, and Barb Mecha. 105



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VWNEE- Reporters: TOP: J. Moss, B. Neilson, K. Woiciechowski, L. Parr, A. Selin, J. Schmuhl, J. Sobzak. BOTTOM: M. Malinauskas, S. Spranger E. Tornczylc, D. Soucie. ROW 2: M. Adrian, D. Filipiak, L. Zabkowicz, B. Herald, T. Cowling, N. Wichgers, R. Stencel, T, Kremm. Cavalier Appeal Draws Readers Cameras flashed and snoopy students lurked around corners as the pages of the Cavalier, Pulaslcis news media, took on a new picture for '68, All attention focused on "reader appeal," the objective of co-editors-in-chief Jill Geisler and Richard Nowakowski. Aiming for the same goal, they were assisted by the paper's editorial advisor, Mrs. Pope and a thirty-four member staff comprised of reporters, photographers, section editors, copy editors, copy readers, cartoonist, circulators, advertising managers, and typists. Further help was provided by Mr. McOarty, the business advisor, and his staff. To help increase "reader appeal," student works rang- ing from essays to short stories and poems were printed in the Cava-Laureate, a new page entirely devoted to student contributions. The contributions reflected both the lighter and darker sides of student viewpoints. In addi- tion, the staff members kept students up to date with editorial's of current issues, cartoons, fashions, and fads. Features such as the "Band Review," "Battle of the Sexes," i'Student Poll," and the revised "Barbed Wire" were dc- signed to catch the interest of students. As a first for the Cavalier, students were given the opportunity to "Say 'Hi' to a Friend" by buying student advertisement space. Through its attempt to reach its objective, the Cavalier presented student views in its articles. The bus McGarty iness staff includes Sue Miller, Vera Lazich, advisor Mr lstandingl, Barbara Sowinski, and Sandra Gentilli lseatedl

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