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Page 127 text:
TOP: J. Los, K. Malecki, D. Zervic, L. Drzewiecki. ROW 3: K. Peterson,
S. Wroblewslci, R. Weise. ROW 2: V. Colovic, J. Dix, D. Kukobat.
BOTTOM: M. Dubis, R. Kwiatkowski, H. Kosiboski.
Alternates: TOP: M. Jovanovic, P. Musial, L. Monske, C. Chmielewslci,
J. Schult, D, Oleniczak, S. Obst. ROW 3: S. Pritchett, M. Torlcelson,
J. Bartholomew, L. Hampton, C. Kusz, P. Smolinski, J. Wroblewski.
Empty corridors ring out with stomping feet and marching orders as
the drill team invades for on after school practice.
ROW 2: C. Dargiewicz, L. Crosby, C. Pisarzewicz, C. Lewandowski,
S. Weiss, N. Mueller, K. Lotus. BOTTOM: C. Schultz, S. Botsch, S.
Johnson, S. Bivens, K. Wojciechowski, S. Buren, S. Krueger.
Page 126 text:
Cavalierettes Mark Time in Drill
As the sounds of hoarse commands and forceful steps
echoed through the halls, the Pulaski drill team signalled
its marching practices. Under the guidance of Miss Braun,
an assortment of formations, such as the zig-zag, Royal
Step, and the traditional "P," were rehearsed. The prac-
tices were held every Tuesday and Thursday and aften
before school to assure everyone of the routines. Working
hard, the girls devised many of the formations themselves
and were able to complete a successful year.
The Cavalierettes marched for many different occasions,
such as the Milwaukee Loyalty Day Parade and various
football and basketball games. At the Bay View vs.
Pulaski basketball game, the drill team highlighted their
performance by swirling six foot long red and blue twirls
to i'Whipped Cream" by Herb Alpert and the Tiiuana
Brass. To add spark to their appearance, the Cavalierettes
dressed uniformly in navy skirts, red sweaters with the
Pulaski emblem, and navy tams accented by red plumes.
Full-fledged drill team members ponder over candidates fo
marchers as Miss Braun sounds off commands to the recruits.
Drill team members execute a precision move while forming their intricate patterns during half-time ceremonies.
Page 128 text:
Varsity cheerleaders, determined to raise the spirit and enthusiasm of Pulaski Ram fans, kick up a vibrant cheer.
Cheerleaders Shake School Spirit
"Let's hear it" shout ecstatic iunior varsity cheerleaders, intent
encouraging fans already enthusiastic with "Ram Spirit."
"Rams, Rams, what's our cry? V-l-C-T-O-R-Yl" rang
through the stands at football games and echoed in the
crowded gym during basketball games and pep rallies.
And it all started with the cheerleaders-those agile,
energetic girls whose job it was to give the Rams' spirit
an extra boost. The ten varsity and six B-team cheer-
leaders, coached by Mrs. Newman, spent hours coordinat-
ing words and motions to create fresh, workable cheers.
One of their new cheers this year was "U-Rah," used to
introduce the boys on the basketball team. Another was
a short but powerful morale-booster called "Rams' Spirit."
The exhilarating l'Victory Yell" was used as the traditional
signal for another win by the Rams.
Not satified with the ordinary iumps and cartwheels, the
cheerleaders, giving their cheers a new look, added
mounts. The girls themselves also had a new look this
year. ln red warm-up iackets the Varsity cheerleaders
fought off the chills during nippy football weather. The
B-team discarded their flared skirts for red pleated skirts
and blue vests and cheered at basketball games. Other
additions for the Varsity cheerleaders were a set of royal
blue megaphones, and smaller, solid colored pompons.
Although their look was new, the girls' spirit remained
unchanged, Vivacious and proud, Pulaski's cheerleaders
carried on the spirit of tradition.
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