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Sports Meet With Anticipation
Muscles tensed, Keith Koziczkowski shows the strain of exertion after
his superhuman effort at the shot put.
Ready, Alert, Motivated, and Strong, Pulaski Rams sig-
naled the promise of a competitive season ahead. Training
the year round, athletes fortified their chances of vic-
tory. Ramblers united to perform their utmost in in-
dividual sports. Iron men of the Varsity football team
aimed high and came up with second place position in the
City Conference despite the fact that there were only
three returning lettermen. The Sophomore football team
won five and lost none to become City Champs. With
the loss of all last year's lettermen and their coach, the
Harriers propelled a seven week rebuilding course in Cross
Country and strided this year to an unlucky thirteen City
standing, but a ninth place in State Sectionals. Coach
Sonnenberg's Grapplers wrestled into fifth City standing
and yielded regional first winners Sahar, Waypa, and
Koziczkowski. Agile gymnasts executed a performance
that gave them sixth rank in the City Conference. Stroking
their way to fourth place in the City, the Pulaski mermen
went to the State Meet at Madison where Scott Spranger
broke Pulaski's fifty yard freestyle record. Ram Cagers
came up with a 7 and 9 record with a highlight upset
over the favored Lincoln Comets early in the season. The
track team and the tennis "racket squad" hustled outside
to shape up for competition. Out on the green, golfers
proved they were "tough to beat" by again winning City
Championship. Coach Kanitz's baseball team capped off
the season with the City Crown.
Craig Oleson urges George Alexander to dive as Jim Schmidt completes his lap during the 200 yard medley relay race.
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Quarterback Bob Zydowicz and encl Tom Alberti listen attentively as
Coach Dufek formulates the game strategy.
During a lull in pep rally action, Coach Dufelc, M. DeBriae, and
Mr. Max attempt to decipher the inscription on the Wooden Football,
Reaching beyond his 6'9" height, center Mike Mills outiumps his
opponent in the opening tip-off against North at Pulaski.
Gymnast George Wallner steadies the quivering legs of a teammate
who attempts a tree exercise handstand in a preseason practice.
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Varsity Football: TOP: Coach Dufek, Coach Hoepfner, G. Bissonnette, K. Janusz, T. Rivera, G. Wallner, P. Kubiak. BOTTOM: M. Maticek
R. Royten, T. Rux, J. Roullier, D. Boschke, D. Fredericks. ROW 2: K. Mgr., N. Pedersen, T. Alberti, R. Riley, J. Brozek, G. Malkowski,
Brzezinski Trn., R. Waszak, T. Gadzolinski, B. Schacht, T. Cowling, H. Katrichis.
Football Kicks Off Sports Season
The Rams, guided by Coach Dufek, captured second
place in the City Conference after a strenuous and ex-
citing season. With only three returning lettermen, the
team relied heavily on the efforts of those with little or
no experience. Opening the season, the team rolled over
South, 26-6. Finding themselves behind, 6-0, in the second
game, they struck for five quick touchdowns and defeated
But disaster struck in the Homecoming game with Custer,
as hopes for a City crown were smashed. Early in the
game, halfback John Wawrzonkowski was knocked out.
ln the fourth quarter, quarterback Robert Zydowicz ioined
him on the sidelines. Unable to mount an offensive drive,
the Rams could not provide an even match, losing 20-6.
But the halfback spot left by Wawrzonkowski was ably
filled by fullback Tom Alberti, who led the team to a
crushing victory over Rufus King, 33-6.
Conference leader Boys' Tech, however, proved to be
too strong for the Rams. They failed to recover after Tech
returned the first punt by Pulaski for a touchdown and
wound up defeated, 33-6. But the Rams were determined.
They retained the coveted Wooden Football as they
squeaked by arch-rival Bay View, 7-6, with a thrilling goal
line stand in the closing seconds of the game. Playing
newcomer Hamilton, they turned back three scoring
threats in the first half and scored twice in the second
half to win, l3-O. The team completed its drive to a
successful season with a 26-6 victory over Juneau. This
victory, coupled with the victory of Custer over North,
boosted the Rams into their second place finish. The team
was honored as The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee
Sentinel chose Tom Alberti to both first teams and center
Jim Brozek to both second teams.
Pulaski ...... ., ........... ..,...... . . ,..,, South
Pulaski ........ Custer
Pulaski ..... King
Pulaski ...... Tech
Pulaski ...... Bay View
Pulaski ...... Hamilton
Pulaski ...... Juneau
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