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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 May 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL? (Member ( EST JMFi™ )1940-4l) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager Otis Andrews Managing Editor Dorothy Mason New Editor and Make-up Editor Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meom Assistant Sports Editor Orville Layman Girls' Sports Editor Virginia Chockley Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor..., Edna Vass Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Exchange Editor _ Ed List Assistant Exchange Editor Delbert Marean C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 May 1941

May 9, 1941 t, SPORTS TIPS By A. J. MEONI and THAD CRUMP THE Hank Noble-coached harriers of John Marshall have suffered a smart setback because of the injury of one of their key sprinters. Charles Wilson, well-known football star, had to withdraw his entrance in all the sprints because of an ankle injury suffered in 194° grid session, and he is limited to a lone appearance in the shot-put event. Wilson is a strong and speedy man who has been running the 100-yard, 220-yard, and 440-yard dashes. He has made his reputation as a "key" man by his snowing in these three races. Because of the able competition that he has been receiving from the track captain, Jimmy Dominick, and flashy Jack Ittner, he has yet to take first place in any of these events, but he has placed second or third in many meets to pile up points which have been of great help to the Jayem Teaming up with Jack Ittner in the shot-put class, he has exhibited good form. This corner is hoping that Charlie will soon be in go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 May 1941

Page Four ""ptja'a- a. ""pojajsuv' By OLIVIA HILTON Bobby Yount's new hair-do is no hair at all. When Bobby's uncle died, he left a will, and Bobby was the only heir. „ ~ The terms of To Get Money the W ni were that Bobby must shave his head every five years until he becomes twenty years old. Because his uncle had no hair from the time he was born to the "time of his death, Bobby thinks this is the reason for his uncle's making such a demand in his will. "I hope my hair comes out curly!' exclaimed Bobby. Yount will receive a large sum of money when he becomes of age, according to his uncle's will. * * * Spending all her spare moments sewing new and different costumes to Sewing, Pastime fenlwassociates' eyes is Marion 'Carver's favorite pastime. "I have been sewing since I was eight years old, and I am very fond of it," stated Marion. "A green three-piece suit with coat, vest, and skirt is my favorite outfit which I made about two months ago," added the seamstress. Marion has finishe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1941

"Where are our seniors? Why is it so quiet?" The seniors are on a picnic. They're off their diet. Vol. XIV No. 15 Cadets Plan Semi-Annual Ball, June 16 Doris Eaton and Eddie Evans Lead Figure ;MarieZacharias An dJoeLandi, Second inLine John Marshall's corps of cadets will hold its spring ball June 16 in the Grays' Armory, with Cadet Captain Edward Evans and Doris Eaton leading the figure, assisted by Joe Landi and Marie Zacharias. Miss Elsie McClintic is sponsoring the hop and chaperoning the figure rehearsals. The cadets with their figure dates are listed below in the order in which they will come on the floor: Tyree with Margaret Hopkins Edward Evans with Doris Eaton, Joe Landi with Marie Zacharias, Charles Motley with Louise Bryant, George Hase with Mary Alice Moncure, Lester Wilhelm with Madeline Hunt, Andy Tucker with Nell Haller, Sel Wharton with Elenor Knight, Julius Haake with Virginia Mason, John Carr with Margaret Valkman, Bryan Stockton with June McCann, Bobby Endicott wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL!* (Member( EST M 1940-4?) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief • I Mary E'Jf." tucker Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager .Otis Andrews Managing Editor Dorothy Mason News Editor and Make-up Editor Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors ..Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. .... • -n r Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meoni, Orville Layman Girls' Sports Editor .. Virginia Chockley Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor - Edna Vass Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Exchange Editor • • -E® L* st Assistant Exchange Editor Delbert Marean Circ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1941

May 23, 1941 SPORTS X TIPS By A. J. MEONI and THAD CRUMP PREP TRACK SCORERS JOHN Marshall's big Jack Ittner is pushing Teejay's Bobby McLear for the city high scoring honors. Ittner, star sprinter and weight man, has accumulated a total of points in eight track meets, this being written before the JayemTeejay clash, while McLear, Thomas Jefferson's star hurdler, sprinter, and broad jumper, has compiled 93 points in the same number of meets to lead all the scorers. Captain Jimmy Dominick, sprinter and broad jumper, is third in the scoring with 76'/2 points. Tommy Valentine, featured pole vaulter and hurler, is holding down the fourth position while scoring 63'/2 points. Piling up a total of 45 markers, Tippy Duling is in sixth place, closely trailing St. Christopher's Gordon Miller and barely leading Arnall. Ittner and Dominick, teaming with Tommy Valentine and Duling, have been the chief point contributors on the Jayem team, while "lame" Charlie Wilson has been a great help by pilin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1941

Page Four a T>o(o(*ut' By OLIVIA HILTON Bernard "Goat" Savage regards himself as a lucky fellow, for he has fifty different kinds of balls varying from ping pong to bowling balls. "I keep them lined up in alphabetical order on a shelf in my room which serves as a safe place to keep my collection," "Goat" explained. Getting the various types of balls was an easy task "Goat" said, for his 11 M. d 11 f" ends e ave sev_ Lollects Balls of them to him, and the others he just picked up here and there. "Goat" says he has no favorite, he likes each ball in his collection equally well. "One good thing about it, I'm never behind the eight ball, >for I have too many to let one get me down," remarked the ball collector. "One, two three, kick," —that is what Beth Wailker does in her odd moments, for she teaches the La Conga to persons who are eager to learn the dance. "My pupils catch on to the steps easily, but when it comes to shaking Teaches La Conga properly and with the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

We Wish All the Seniors Happiness and Success As They Leave Good Old School Days on June 17. Vol. XIV No. 16 Seniors Give Byrd Picture In Assembly Former John Marshall Student, Chief of Naval Recruiting InState, Speaks at Unveiling "Rear Admiral Byrd is a great man because the things he has accomplished have not been for himself but for the good of the nation," stated Lieutenant-Com-mander Herbert G. Chandler, chief of Navy recruiting in Virginia, as he spoke at the unveiling of the portrait of Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, which the senior class presented to the school Monday two weeks ago. Lieutenant-Commander Chandler painted a word picture of the character, life, and accomplishments of Rear Admiral Byrd. Traces Family "Admiral Byrd is descended from a famous Virginia family and can trace his ancestry back to the time of the founding of Richmond," stated the naval officer. He pointed out, step by step, the rise of Byrd from ensign to rear admiral. He retired from the Navy bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET < tNTCWATIONAp —\ (Member ( esj.JwTtM ) 1940-41) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors in-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager A , Andrews Managin a Editor , • • Dorothy Mason .Sevis Editor and Make-up Editor Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. _ . Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meom, Orville Layman Girls' Sports Editor Virginia Chocklev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor .Edna Vass Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Exchange Editor • • ■ • • • Li st Assistant Exchan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

June 6, 1941 Students Build Tree House, Sew, Win Contest By OLIVIA HILTON "Gee, he's handsome," is what Betty Proctor says about Fabio De Felice, a young Italian boy with whom she corresponds. / . mr | He enclosed » rites to Youth one of hi* pictures in a recent letter to me, and the more I gaze ai it, the more 1 should like to see him in person," added Betty. Fabio live«> in Perugia, Italy, and whenever Betty receives one of his letters there are always censor stamps stuck on the envelope. "This proves, said Berty, ' that Italy is really strict about mail going in and coming out of the country." The kalian boy sends Betty stamps, postal cards, and various pictures from Italy. One of the stamps she received had the heads of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler on it. "Fabio writes to me in English although it is jumbled up and is difficult to read. I also write to him in English, for Italian is all (Jreek to me," explained Betty. "Every letter that I receive from Italy is in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

Page Four Rivals Join in Modeling : • j|| v |l|hK •••'.. ' • jnrc MMmmfflmsk <%3Bk&. ■WU&;- ...< • >v Mm| :mm Jji mMm «& i|||f mt d J;:i:; : ffi mmzm • . jp* ■HnHii^^H Hi n m W" " ™ ]■ H * M Wmm^mdk:.. .'; :^^«J| ft <r< 'lll ■ IB —from Miller (f R/ioads ad in The Richmond Times-Dispatch. Kitty Hilliard from Thomas Jefferson aud Janet Fischer of John Marshall are shown above in the graduation dresses which they modelled for a local department store. Most Popular Girl Models Janet Fischer Poses for Ads, Represents John Marshall In Local Store, Enjoys Work "I like the South American clothes best of all because of their loud gay colors," said Janet Fischer, who was recently voted the most popular girl in the senior class. Janet, representing John Marshall, models clothes in a local department store. On a little table decorated with blue and white, she has a book in which all her visitors write the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

Page Five SPORTS | TIPS 4Pi By A. J. MEONI and THAD CRUMP 41 jg. he football schedule for 1941 shows two changes from the one A of the '4O season. Eastern High School of Washington, D. C. has been substituted for Charlotte High of North Carolina. Danville High School has been dropped from the schedule, leaving the Justices with nine foes to face. The opening John Marshall grid encounter for '4l will take place \ on September 26 in the J. M. field against Roosevelt High, also of > Washington, D. C. The first game give the fans an insight into the strength of the Big Blue team. The complete football schedule for 1941 follows: Sept. 26 —Roosevelt, Washington Capital Oct. 3—Eastern, Washington . Here k Oct. 11—Lynchburg There A Oct. 17—Roanoke Here Oct. 24—Newport News Here Oct. 31—Hopewell Here Nov. B—Maury There Nov. 15—Thomas Jefferson City Stadium INov. 20—Petersburg (Morning Game) There ***** Paul McMullin, alumnus of J. M. now attending Virginia Tech, is rapidly making ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1941

June 6, 1941 Company F Takes Competive Drill Contest, May 23 Mr. Binford Sends Letter Superintendent Salutes Grads, Hopes School May Be Proud Of Graduating Oass of '4l Mr. Je*se H. Binford sends the following to all the graduates of John Marshall High School. "1 salute the graduates of John Marshall. You are graduating from a great high school. May your Alma Mater be proud of you in all the )ears to come! "Have you graduates considered the fact that in ten years from now you will hold in your hands and hearts the destiny of America? You will have found your life work, most of you will be married, you will have a voice in your government. Whatever America will be in all the years to come will depend -upon you; for you are the new generation. "Your America is a land of boundless natural resources. No country in the world has a better climate or a greater abundance of minerals and good agricultural land. But after all the greatness of a nation depends upon the intelligence and characte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

CONGRATULATIONS! ?>: .• . / W'-ifV A X ••••:• ••• Major James C. Anthony honors First Captain Bryan Stockdon RED CROSS OFFICERS •■jffjT ggassas «t Earl Jones, president; Martha Hawkins, vice-president; Jeanne Elliot, secretary; Betty Granger, corresponding secretary; and Carroll Kinsey, treasurer, are officers in the John Marshall Chapter of the Junior Red Cross COMPARE SCHEDULES Jack Ittner, football star, and Lenora Watts take a look at the new program cards INJURED HERO P■ r ~ Jane Rowe lends a helping hand to lame Tommy Valentine PRINCIPAL AND STUDENT REJOICE Bk ||||A«| HEsHHitt pHHKf : 'jmi 1 Ink * J J Principal James C. Harwood accepts the Quill and Scroll activities cup from Mary Carter, co-editor of The Monocle and illustrator of the Quill and Scroll scrap book THE MONOCLE Vol. XV No. 1 JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1941 FIVE CENTS State Man Tells Pupils To Prepare Mr. Dabney Lancaster Says Students Must Look for Suitable Wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE BAUGHMAN COMPANY 900 W. MARSHALL STREET F INTERNATIONAL]) j(Member (* ) 1940-41) lipl Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 18/y. ISSafc- ;;;;:;;.v:;»Sr<«gSriSSa •.. -'""jits Cobv Editors . ■ ■ • Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Hollingsworth, "s Norma Kahn ?T • OUVia HUton : EV td n KelS Exchange Editor Jean Pit« Alumn, Editor Lacy vT fiL, Betty Lee Collins Fashion Editor "■ Arthur Palmer Circulation Manager V. rv^lr^ Assistants to the Editorial and Business Staff • Gladys Tyler, Phyllis E. Gentry, Edward Barbee, Franklin Richardson, Bernard Dolsey, Manuel Goda, George Hase, Phyllis A. Gentry, Dons Pruett, Thomas Herrmann Tvbists . Carroll Boiling, Curtis Lampkin, Roas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

September 26, 1941 Alumni Enter College, Turn Back Clock, Have Fun Sheepskins Go to 600 Six hundred diplomas were awarded to the February and June graduates at John Marshall last June by Dr. Roshier W. Miller, chairman of the city school board. This was the sixtyseventh annual commencement of John Marshall, the city's oldest high school. Among the 24 honor graduates, Evelyn Rose Kittenplan was awarded highest honors, the William Franklin Harwood scholarship to the University of Richmond. The other scholarships presented by Principal James C. Harwood in order of the students' scholastic standings are: Henry S. Wallerstein scholarship (U. of R.), Mildred Christian Sisson; M. L. Straus Scholarship (U. of R.), Martha Anne Glazebrook; Jurgens scholarship (U. of R.) Ruth Elizabeth Evans; Miller and Rhoads scholarship (U. of R-), Helen Elizabeth Spivey; Emory and Henry Scholarship, Louise Edward Cullen; Hollins College scholarship, Hollie Forrand Garber. Lynchburg College scholarship, Dori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

Page Four John Marshall Football Coaches Map Strategy Head Names Stockdon Top dayman, Mitchell, Spott, Tuck, Gibbs, Lucas, Krausse Lead (iContinued from page 1) David Tyler; Staff Sergeant, Calvin Tiller; Sergeants: first, Thomas Barr; second, Tommy Haddon; third, Joseph Moore; fourth, George Moore; fifth, Leslie Carlton; sixth, Richard Williams; seventh, George Weitzel; eighth, Eiroy Pittman; Corporals: rfist, Claude Thomas; second, Arthur Fenn; third, Donald Tucker; fourth, James Sasser; fifth, Robert Lloyd; sixth, Richard Chandler; First Class Privates: first, William Amos; second, James Putman; third, Hugh Hubbard; fourth, John Mullen; fifth, Henry King. Company C Captain, Aubrey R. Mitchell; Senior First Lieutenant, Albert S. Harvey; Junior First Lieutenant, Edwin A. Jarrett; Second Lieutenant, George G. McDearmon; First Sergeant, Junius W. Cobb; Supply Sergeant, Iryin Kurzman; Staff Sergeant, Karl L. Burton; Line Sergeants: William G. Fox, Arthur A. Leath, Aubrey T. Phillips, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

September 26, 1941 gprnrrumrr Beginning his second year as head football coach of John Marshall, Coach Dick Esleeck finds himself on a spot after his last year's "super" team. In his first year here, the season was highly successful. Ihe Blue-and-White rolled over ten straight opponents and finished the season with a perfect record —unbeaten, untied, unscored on, winning the State football championship with ease. The fame of this great coaching feat spread even to Miami, Florida, where the team was invited to play a post-season game. The Justices dominated the State all-star high school team, and Jack Ittner was even placed on the All-Southern team. This year, Coach Esleeck is forced to come up with another excellent team to uphold his reputation as a "miracle man." However, with the graduation of Bill Klein, Charles Wilson, Joe Hoffman, Ray Beasley, and Gus Mengulas leaving many holes in the team, the coach will be hard pressed to fill their shoes capably. He must learn many new fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 September 1941

Page Six < P>ejx'i. a/Px^ppJut%' By OLIVIA HILTON "There's something about a soldier," sings Doris Cash, now that she's back in town from a recent visit to Fort George G. Meade. Visits Fort Meade " Thosefas c l na 11 n g uniforms make a handsome soldier appear even handsomer!" exclaimed Doris. Sleeping in the army camp barracks chalks up a brand new experience for Doris. She remarked that the life of a soldier seemed almost perfect but for the fact that taps sounds far too soon to please her. Dinner with Uncle Sam's boys proved to Doris that spuds, a nickname for potatoes in the army, can be just as tasty as the ones cooked in her own home. "Playtime for the soldiers at Fort Meade offers an immense recreation hall where the enlisted men enjoy fun and folly," added Doris. "He may be a great big general, a sergeant-major, or a simple private, but whatever he is, he's doing his share for his country, and my hat is off to every American soldier," declared Doris. Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1941

Elect Your Senior Class Officers This Week; Join Your Class Now; Get Into the Fun of It Vol. XV No. 2 Senior Class Announces Candidates Herrman, Leitch, Brown, Rivals for Presidency; Lacy, Pence Among Others Candidates for the senior class officers as announced in assembly last Monday are as follows: Thomas Herrman, Gilbert Leitch, and Laurence Brown, president; Ann Carol Hunter, Helen Ann Wilson, and Martha Hawkins, vice president; Suzanne Fitzgerald, Norma Kahn, and Dorothy Eaton, secretary; Franklin Richardson, Bernard Savage, and Oliver Chalifoux, treasurer; George Pence, Lewis Bridgeforth, and Jimmy Lacy, historian; and Betty Granger, Olivia Hilton, and Mary Tuck, reporter. Thomas Herrman was the first student in the new journalism class to make the Mortode staff this term. Ann Carol Hunter is co-editor of The Marshallite. Martha Hawkins is vice president of the John Marshall Chapter of the Junior Red Cross. Norma Kahn is one of the copy editors of The Monocle and a member of t...

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