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Gymnasts Form Team Perfection
Prior to an upcoming meet, Bob Shipman strains to achieve perfection
on the still rings during an after school practice.
TOP: A. lmmel, D. Walker, D. Leonard, l.. Verley, T. Rivera, D, Nim-
mer, B. Shipman, E. Robb, M. Matrise, Mgr, J. Burke. BOTTOM: R.
The Ram's gymnastic team yielded the product-deter-
mination times physical stamina. Coach Strarn directed the
team practices to develop the gymnasts' proficiency. The
squad included Tom Rux and Tom Alberti on the long
horse, Mike Swanson and Jim Malak on the parallel bars,
and Duane Nimmer and Wayne Hawley on the side horse.
Duane Nimmer and Mike Swanson also competed on the
still rings and in the "all around" category. Tom Rux
and Bob Shipman performed floor exercises, Charlie
Trepczyk and Pat Radai did tumbling, Dale Radke anal
Dan Walker worked on the high bar.
The City Meet took place at Pulaski where Ram Gym-
nasts rated sixth. Duane Nirnrner placed fifth on the side
horse and in "all around" competition. He also took sev-
enth place on the still rings. Mike Swanson, who placed
ninth on the parallel bars, followed Nimmer in eigth
place. Tom Rux finished on the long horse with third
place, and Wayne Hawley ranked eighth on the side
horse. Duane Nimmer and Torn Rux earned top-ten posi-
tions onthe parallel bars and long horse at the State Meet.
. ...... ...... ,.........,......., , . .. Washington
Pulaski ..... Riverside
Pulaski . .. Homestead
Pulaski ,,.,.. Madison
Pulaski . . Marshall
Pulaski ...... Whitnall
Pulaski ...... Hamilton
Pulaski ...... Juneau
Pulaski ...... Tech
Pulaski ...... Custer
Radtke, J. Malak, T. Rux, M. Swanson, C. Trepczyk, W Hawley
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Batmen Steal City First Place
Pulaski's baseball team, under Coach Kanitz, captured
the City Crown with a record of T9 wins, T loss, and 2
ties. The Rams led the Conference in all departments-
batting, pitching, and fielding. The success was founded
consecutive victories. Rivals Juneau and Washington ex-
erted pressure all season, but the Rams completed their
drive to the top by tying their final two games.
. . . . . SCORES
on a combination of team and individual effort.
Pulaski 2 .,,,...,, ....... .,,....., , , ,... T ech
Terry Kotlarek, Robert l-lelminiak, and Douglas Czap- Pulaski TO ..,..,.. West
lewski led the team. Kotlarek, the leagues leading pitcher Pulaski ll --,--- Sovfli
with a T4-0 record, batted, .394 to place third in the Euloslli' 3 "" Hcmlloi
league. Helminiak compiled a 5-O record and batted .358 U as ws G
l l l I l Pulaski 2 , ,.... Custer
to finish seventh in the City. Czaplewski made many sav- Pulcsll ll H Boy Vlew
ing plays at shortstop and was eighth in the batting Pulaski it Washington
race with an average of .357. This trio was honored when PUJGSJCJ 3 -f ---A- West
both The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel Puloslli' 2 """""" East
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elected them to the first All-City teams. Pglgikl lo
There were able performances by other members Pulflski 21 ----, Lincoln
of the team. Regular contributors to the team effort were Puluslli' 3 '-""'-' Tec:
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John Arnold, who had several timely hits in clutch situa- Pulgikl 6 H Sinn
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tions, Tom Otto, Jim Kohn, Keith Janusz, Robert Zydowicz, Pulaslql 3 H Morslmll
and Leo Nowak. Pulggki 10 .,,,,,,,, King
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Ten straight victories hurled the team to a fast start. liuloskl Z B Cjlj
l . u as i .. ay ie
But the streak was broken by Juneau in a bitterly con- Pulosll 6 Wcslllnglon
tested 4-3 battle. Recovering, the Rams reeled off nine Pulggki 4 ,,,,.,,,,, King
B-Team: TOP: Coach Sonnenberg, D. Wagner, R. Krawczyk, K. Buska, Buclnik, M. Wittlief, B, Hoffman. BOTTOM: D. Seeger, J. Frycienski
R. Koch, J. Mauer. ROW 2: R. Moss, C. Hanel, G. Malkowski, C. G. Golembiewski, P. Radli, R. Johns, J. Kawczynski, D. Szulczewski
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lnrense concentration on muscular control provides The necessary leverage for Wayne Hawley's perfection of his side vault rouline.
Duane Nimmer spots Tom Rux, who attempfs a difficulf backward
flip in preparation for the Cily Gymnasfics Meel af Pulaski.
Duane Nimmer, a member of Pulaskis "air force," prepares for a
landing under the watchful eye of "Captain" Sfram.
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