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Margurer Miller pufs inlo pracrice skills Tough? in Disfribufive Ed.
while patiently explaining the workings of cx camera. Shirley Weiss, "drill team captain," and Tim Cowling, The Usopho
more," saiirize life at Pulaski in A,F.S.'s "Take Seven."
Homecoming Queen Jackie Schull helped To keep spirits high during the half-time of Pulaski's Homecoming Game.
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Enthusiasm Seasons Student Life
"Hammy" Brozek takes time out from "her" cheering to grin in
delight, during the Letterman-Faculty basketball game.
Student life was Hgeneratedn early in the school year
at all-school pep rallies. There Mr. Max's "lmpty, Minty,
Tibbity, Fig" sparked the Ram Eleven fans to an eagerness
for victory. A winning season and homecoming weekend
made memories vivid. Also capturing student enthusiasm
was the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance where the "Pulaski-
annes" escorted "Dogpatch Gents." But autumn spirit
also extended beyond the social scene when generous stu-
dents filled Thanksgiving food baskets for needy families.
As the temperatures fell, the spark and energy of the
winter sports warmed the enthusiasm of the fans. Reflect-
ing the beat of the music, the vitality of the students made
the Post-Bucket dance. With Yuletide spirit the music de-
partment added to the Christmas season. Not only did
the winter sports and school dances keep Pulaskians alive,
but the Blue Mosques "Don Quixote U.S.A." and the
variety show also drew response from all.
Spring blossomed into a vibrant season when the senior
class presented "Pygmalion."' Freshness of the new sea-
son also brought anxious students outdoors to the many
spring sports. Thus-the liveliness of Spring closed the
doors on the l967-68 Student Life.
lntent on filling his stomach, Jim Brozek displays the "boarding house
reach" at the Library Club's party for lettermen.
Rival members of A.F.S. and F.T.A. vied for attention of visitors as
they sold Chlislmas cards ancl candy on Conference Day.
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Haltback Tom Alberti thrusts his "ram-but-uous" power to the right as he escapes two Custer defenders at Pulaski's homecoming bill,
A "Big Ram Scores the Little Indians" at this year's homecomi
members from Homeroom l5 lead the float around the gym.
"You're kidding," exclaims Mary Romanowski as Sue Meyer relates
an interesting tidbit of news at Pulaski's Homecoming Dance.
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