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Page 129 text:
Cheerleader Gayle Czaplewskhs "heart beats high with hope and
pride" as the band plays The school song at a pep rally.
TOP: K. Knueppel, F. Alberfi, S. Polka, L. Zabkow
Eufinger. BOTTOM: K. Mijokovic, L. Lueblce.
TOP: B. Jacklin, A. While, ROW 2: J. Radomski, P. Dombrowski, BOT
TOM: M. Jalcubiak, l.. Sol, '
lcz, S. Meyer. ROW 21 G. Czaplewski, C. Krukar, D.
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.
Page 130 text:
Blue Masque Dons Spanish Farce
"Conchita" and '4Arthur Peabody Goadpastureu embrace before they
depart to risk their lives fighting in the San Marco Revolt.
CAST: TOP: J. Brokiewicz, C. Haase, D. Lentscher, B. Folaron, S.
Royseck, L. Stawicki, C. Knitter, G. Kasch. ROW 2: M. Dobbe, S.
Mingesz, D. Zimney, K. Lecus, E. Orlowski, C. Ohlinger, S. Dombrow-
ski, R. Dclrgis, B. Ross. BOTTOM: H. Lombardo, R. Truby, R. Gruszynski,
P. Laughrin, R. Gess, D. Silva, J. Lewis, B. Stencel.
"Don Quixote U.S.A." was a Milwaukee first when it
was staged at Pulaski. Mrs. Stanwitt directed the pro-
duction of the drama drawing the cast from the Pulaski
High School Blue Masque Players. The stage crew, di-
rected by Mr. Calenberg, supplemented the staging with
their lighting and sound techniques.
The play's plot revolved around an American, Arthur
Peabody Goodpasture, who planned to raise the poor
economy of the town of San Marco by cultivating his
Dwarf Cavendish bananas. He was sidetracked, however,
by a fierce band of revolutionaries led by the barbarous
El Gavilan. El Oavilan was convinced that "Arturo"
Goodpasture, who resembled him, should be enlisted to
help El Gavilan in his revolutionary cause. ln the end
Arturo, who has unwillingly led the revolution, turns de-
feat into victory and becomes the new dictator of the
town. The San Marco people are happy with their leader
even though they do not realize that the real El Gavilan
had actually been captured by the Russians. Ric Gruszyn-
ski assumed a tripple role of the generalissimo, the
governor, and the captain. Other maior roles were played
by Hilary Lombardo, Donna Zimney, and Richard Truby.
PRODUCTION: TOP: K. Polites, K. Zientek, J. Moss, P. Karshen, G.
lnda, B. Bucher, M. Rude, C. Chou. ROW 3: L. Hermann, K. Laabs, B.
Neilson, C. Krawczyk, P. Bessa, C. Rohrig, C. Cieslik, C. Lee. ROW
2: N. Roberg, N. Laszkiewicz, P. Hertel, D. Craven, S. Naidul, J,
Gyrion, C. Angeles. BOTTOM: K, Mimier, J. Truss, C. Fiene, P. Mayr,
B. Budislik, S. Pisek, D. Sobiezczyk, N. Wichgers.
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