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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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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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With a slight tap of the fingertips, a GAA enthusiast "gracefully" tries to keep the all up in the air and across the line.
G.A.A. Shapes Up Club Members
Keeping in mind the Presidents challenge to keep
physically fit, the Pulaski Girls Athletic Association en-
gaged actively in a vigorous after-school sports program.
With good sportsmanship as their goal, the girls under
the guidance of Mrs. Dougherty elected their own referees
and competed against each other in basketball, badmin-
ton, softball, volleyball, and tennis tournaments. ln the
annual inter-class swim meet, girls from the sophomore,
iunior, and senior classes side-stroked and front-crawled
their way through a series of events. Others participated
in novelty class relays, impeded by nightgowns or inner
tubes, while still others warmed up for diving and under-
water swimming competition. At the annual Spring Ban-
quet for all girls' sports activities, the GAA girls were
awarded trophies, letters, and medals, gym monitors were
given service awards. The cheerleaders, and the Natcire
and Orchesis members were also honored for activities.
Here the girls relaxed and enjoyed themselves thinking
about the active year of fun-filled physical fitness.
Gabriela Bielecki runs forward swinging her racket to smack the ball
in an effort to at least "deuce" her opponent.
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