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Page 18 text:
Having donned his Ram sweatshirt, Mr. Max shouts to the students at a
pep rally t
o muster school spirit.
Under the mistletoe of winning homeroom 9, Mr. Pelkowski and a
warmly smiling snowman exchange hellos with Christmas cheer.
Mr. Wielgosz covers his mouth only to conceal a smirk as dainty
Mr. Boyaiian parades to the tune at "I Enioy Being a Girl."
Page 17 text:
"Daddy Rams," cold but proud, line up for half-time introductions during Parenfs Day al The viclorious game wlTl'1 Hamillon.
Roseonn Wesolowski and Bonnie Wargo bear the efloris made by
Pulaslcians ro extend o helping hand to tlwe less forlunale,
lanell Bauer proudly displays her lroplwy for Salesman of The Year
e a background of awards won by fellow studenfs.
Page 19 text:
I d th disma ot Pulaskians after the Rams were defeated by Tech's Troians.
Cheerleader Karen Knueppe expresse e y
Rams, Rams, What's Our Cry.
"S-P, -I-R, -l-T. Got spirit? l.et's hear it!" became the
slogan that dared all Pulaskians to respond actively.
Although strong threads ot unity tied students together,
their reactions were as varied as the members of the
student body: explosive and subtle, spontaneous and con-
trived. The magnitude ot the response contributed to the
success ot each sport, activity, and function by encouraging
the team or club to strive to reach their goals.
Foot-pounding, hand-clapping, voice-raising pep rallies
spotlighted the main scenes ot school spirit. ln the gym
balcony, a vista ot red and blue appeared on the Pulaski
color days. Shakeroos, buttons, and streamers bobbed in
the excitement. Vibrant cheerleaders roared out a "Tiger
Yell." A cry ot "Chargel" signaled by the bugler burst
from the avid Pulaski tans. Mr. Max, athletic director,
received thunderous applause after putting the tradi-
tional iinx on the opposing team. Pep talks by the coaches
and the introductions ot the starting players and captains
ot the week elevated spirits.
But the enthusiasm was not confined to the gym. ln
crowded stands, loyal tans who followed the Rams to
every game sounded cheers that proved their confidence.
The spirit was also reflected in increased attendance at
dances, plays, and concerts. Cookies, cupcakes, and tudge
disappeared as students mobbed bake sales sponsored
by school clubs. Thus, the active response ot Pulaskians
brought spirit to all Ram activities.
Portraying Pulaski's winning football team at the Homecoming pep
rally, Orchesis members "demonstrate" the abilities of the Rams.
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