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defender as another
Varsity Football: TOP: V. Gradinian, J. Mau, P. Pouc, J. Arnold,
W. Royce, P. Horbinski, K. Klciwien, R. Buschman, Trn., Coach Lewan-
dowski. ROW 2: R. Zydowicz, C. Trepczyk, K. Koziczkowski, M. Mills,
Despite tough defensive tactics of the opponents, Pulaski's linemen
ward them off os o pass is successfully launched.
R. Woypa, D. Serafin, R. Maurer, T. Moll. BOTTOM: J. Cummi
W. Jergenson, G. Suvaka, K. Kroll, J. Wilson, M, Larsen, D. W
Page 54 text:
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.
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Pulaski ..... King
Pulaski ...... Tech
Pulaski ...... Bay View
Pulaski ...... Hamilton
Pulaski ...... Juneau
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Taking the opening kick-off, a Pulaski Ram races forward but is
stopped short of his goal by five rushing opponents.
TOP. Mgr. D. Hodkiewicz, Mgr. G. Burzynski, J. Wilbert, A. Stroe-
busch J. Cummisford, T Puls J Janusz, T. Schwarz, J. Micholak,
With a record of five wins and no losses, Pulaski's Sopho-
more Football Team coached by Mr. Coady and Mr. Mar-
kunas finished their season as City champions. Lincoln
was the Rams' first victim, falling T8-O. In their second
game against Hamilton the sophomore defense gave up
the only opponent touchdown of the season. Bay View was
their next target. After the game had been postponed
because of Bay View's failure to arrive, the Rams went
to their opponents field where they squeaked by in a
defensive game. Holding back a strong fourth quarter
offensive drive, the Rams won 6-O. Juneau proved itself
the most vulnerable target as the sophomore Rams rolled
over them, 42-O. As the Rams entered their last contest,
they met a foe of equal prowess-Boys' Tech-who
shared their no loss record, lt was a game of tight de-
fense before Bill Schach scored on a fumble recovered by
Vince Gradinian. The final score was 7-O - a blow to the
Trojans, who had been undefeated for seven years.
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Pulaski 24 .. Hamilton 6
Pulaski 6 Bay View 0
Pulaski 42 .. ......,. Juneau 0
Pulaski 7 .,..., ...... B oys' Tech 0
J. Dragosz, R. Miller, L. Foeckler, G. Rucinski, M. Ureda, T. Korolewski
T. Wysocki, J. Paustian. BOTTOM: M. Brockdorf, S. Kissler, J. Lucas
L. Muiphy, M. Zepnick, Mgr. L.lFrdnk, Coach Markunas. ROW 2: Coach D. Dlugi, D. Wendzinski, R. Ricketts, P. Kuche, M. Rechlicz, L. Parr
Coady, D. Miller, J. Heyer, T. Sear, H. Kufahl, J. Kowal, J. Cieslik, J. Ramboosek, J. Ulatowski, Mgr. J, Phillips.
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