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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHA If you are interested at all about the Imp house party, don't forget to ask: "Emmie" Weatherall and Julia Sadler hoy many snipes they caught? Why "Bud" Dun nwas so melancholy? "Del" Gibbs what's up between her and "Rosie" Todd? Martha whether she practices what she preaches ? • Why "Emmie" caught heck in the truth party? Jean why she is going to lay off other people's men? "Liz" Walker about her circus life, and how she feels about falling out of swings on her head and sailing a glass of lemonade through the air ? Ole "Willie" Aiken what kept her from going? The rest of the "Imps" if suction got them? " Can you imagine anything more interesting than a big waffle party with all of the "Peps" present? Surely this is going to happen soon, so folks please don't be too envious of them. The "Peps" were quite an industrious bunch last Friday, as we all know that you couldn't even pass one of them without buying their entire supply of Monocles. Nice going, "Peps", you made a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

Attend "Revels" Tonight and Tomorrow Night VoL lI—No. 6 Record New Issue Out on the Fifteenth The Staff Plans to Present the Magazine at the Earliest Possible Date Consistent With a Good Product Puritan Copy Offers a Wide Variety of Topics First Issue Proves Efficiency of the Management and Provokes Numerous Compliments Material for the Puritan issue of the Record must be in room 113 J. M. by November first. Two unusually interesting articles of a type which are not common to high school magazines have already been turned in. Every English class will appoint a business representative who will secure orders for single copies of the Record, which are twenty cents. These orders must be in room 113 J. M. by November fifth. Subscriptions for copies from now until June are eighty cents. The Record staff has received many compliments from Mr. Harwood, Miss Branch, Superintendent A. H. Hill, and many other intellectual people on the Spanish number. For the first time there are almost as man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of _ JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief A. H. ROSSITER Managing: Editor GLAUCUSLF. GULLEY, JR. Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Bernard Oabney -.Exchange Editor Herman Wunsch , - .... Sports Editor Franklin Wat kins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd - - Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Parrish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Sue McClure, Ruth Gran, Jeanette McConnell, Katherine Sergeant. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky V. P. L Bill Lee - Washington and Lee Jesse Mahoney .Randolph-Macon Georgie Belle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

Frank McCarthy Explains Interesting Pl Oxford Scene of Many Interesting and Unique Experiences and Historical Places; Stratford and Anne Hathaway's Cottage Visited By Frank J .McCarthy, Jr. A trip to Oxford is essential to the tourist who wants to make the most of his visit to England. Some of the little coaching towns through which one passes between London and Oxford have streets so narrow that it is with great difficulty that a large motor bus goes through without collecting a few odd bay windows. Such towns seem to have been slumbering for years, having retained their quaint features without adding many new ones, and their atmosphere is delightful. On this road, I was privileged to inspect an inn in which sixty murders had been committed—all in the same room. A wealthy looking traveller would arrive. He would be assigned to the death chamber, and, after a friendly supper, prepare to go to bed. In the middle of the night) sensing a suffocating feeling, he would awaken to find tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

SPORTS Justices Battle State Champions at Island V. M. I. Battle Maryland in New Stadium State Champions From Roanoke are Expecting Victory Powerful Football Machine From Magic City Bringing One of Heaviest Teams in Recent Years Roanoke High Winners of Five State Titles Mastin, Triple Threat Ace, Expected to Cause Dave Miller's Warriors Many Anxious Moments (Continued from Page 1) In the past Roanoke has turned out some of the best high school teams seen in the State, and this year is no exception. In the past Roanoke High has turned out boys who have gained fame and made history on the gridirons, and this year they have some fleet backs and husky linesmen, who will probably gain more fame for Roanoke High. With a wealth of tradition to upgicians will present a fast and aghold, Jefferson High School's Magressive team today at Mayo Island. The team to uphold this tradition will be the heaviest that Roanoke has put on the field in many years. The front wall, built around the veteran, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

Personals Dorothy Upchurch discovered a snake at the football game last Friday. Don't get excited, it was dead. J. R. Carrigan, '32, of Richmond, has been chosen to play on the Varsity fottball team this fall at the University of Vermont Miss Georgie Belle Bennett spent the past week-end in Richmond, in order to attend the William and Mary-V. P. I. football game. Miss Mary Grey Anderson motored back to college with her. Miss Margaret Owens, a graduate of High School last June, is now in the hospital in Richmond, having been operated on for appendicitis. She is recuperating very nicely and expects to return to William and Mary, where she is a student, within the next ten day. Miss Marie Kelley and Helen Seldon came home for the William and Mary-V. P. I. game and dance. ANNUAL RED CROSS DRIVE STARTS HERE WITH GREAT SUCCESS Chairman of Richmond Chapter Receives Congratulatory Letter From Byrd Commending Their Work The Richmond Chapter of the American Red Cross opened its annual roll ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHA Peps In Revels The Peps, as we all know, are very enthusiastic over The Revels of 1930, so really they have no spare time left for social matters as every spare minutespare minute is required for practice. They are all working hard and hope to help make the production a huge success. Its Give Card Party The Its are giving a subscription card party at Mann & Brown s, Saturday, November 2, at 3 P. M. Everybody get your tickets early, and avoid the rushl Duckies Have Secret Say folks, you've all heard of secrets. Well, the Duckies have some very important ones but we can't tell you yet. Look for them soon. We're all excited and you will be, too, when you know about it all. Monx Make Plans The Monx Club held another meeting at Emory Parker's. They made their final plans and arrangements concerning their first dance of the season, which will take place on November 8, at the Hermitage • Club. Let's not forget this date, and watch for further announcements about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

RESERVE YOUR MARSHALLITE EARLY Vol. lI—No. 7 "Revels of 1930" Very Successful Most Popular Scenes Are "Questions," ' 4 Matrimony," and "Country Club"; Other Scenes Beautiful Milton Hutchinson's Dancing Is Enjoyed Night Club Scene Most Brilliant in Show; Miss Frances Delaney Receives Applause for Songs To direct one of the most successful productions in the annals of high school has been the good luck of Milton Hutchinson and Mr. Drinard, who were in charge of the Revels of 1930 last Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday night the members of the Roanoke High School football team were the guests of the Revels. The ten small skits went long very smoothly. The only amateurish thing about the play was that something went wrong with the curtain, and that between scenes several members of the cast waved from the stage to their friends in the audience. Scenes Applauded The scenes which brought most applause were "Questions", "Matrimony" and "At the Country Club". The first of these was a sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA / , (Newspaper (i TT* lT ) Mem berj Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Bernard Dabney Exchange Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner - Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson - Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. L Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

Charles Smith, L Approves C Says Compulsory Art In Schools Stimulates the Students' Interest In Art and Gives Teacher Chance to Encourage Those Who Have Talent By Clarice Robinson Approval of having compulsory drawing in the schools was expressed by Charles W. Smith, prominent Richmond artist. This stimulates the students' interest in art, and gives the teacher a chance to find out and encourage those who have talent. This was the case with Mr. Smith. In Waynesboro, Virginia, where he attended school, he was encouraged in art work. While in grade school, he was allowed to attend for two days out of a week the high school art classes. It was there that he had his first thing published in the high school paper. Believes in School Papers "School papers," says Mr. Smith, "are «a fi ne thing. They encour age the students and give them an outlet for their interests. "Art is a most individual study," ht> r»r>tw "The teacheracts merely as a guide. She you how to attain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

SPORTS Justices Clash With Saints at Mayo Island V. P. I. to Battle W. and L. at Lynchburg Sat. Justices-Saints to Meet Today at Mayo Island Park Saints Have Best Team in Five Years; Neither Team Has Been Scored Against In Five Games By Herman Wunach John Marshall High School will take on the crack eleven from Saint Christopher's today at Mayo Island for their second local prep school championship game. Saint Christopher has been planning and practicing hard in preparation for the undefeated Justice eleven. The Saints boast of a 54 to 0 victory over Benedictine. They compare the Justices' and Saints' scores, and feel confident of victory today. Coach Hugh Brennaman says he has the best team that he has coached in years while at the Red and White school. Saint Christopher looms now as one of John Marshall's greatest threats for the local prep school supremacy. Coach Dave Miller will put forth his strongest team today so as to hold the strong Saints' team that bids fair to offer a har...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

John Archer Carter Believes in Journalism for Students Editor of Chamber of Commerce Magazine Says Journalism Is a "Corking Good" Profession for Women as Well as Men; Interested in Monocle; Likes Miss Patricia By Elizabeth Parrish Emerging from an elevator which exhibited the speed of a comet in reverse, to the thirteenth floor of the State-Planters Bank and Trust Company, a reporter from the Monde shiyeringly wondered if the number of the floor was significant, and crossing her fingers, (merely as a precautionary measure, of course), strolled into the office of Mr. John Archer Carter, publicity director of the Chamber of Commerce, and editor of its magazine. There, to the accompaniment of the very journalistic sound of a typewriter and moving papers, Mr. Carter issued advice to students seeking a journalistic career. He said that if high school students liked to deal with people and wanted to know more about them, and if they wanted to write, that he would certainly recommend journ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 November 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHATTER By Elizabeth Floyd and Elizabeth Walker Sympahy Expressed The Its wish to express their sympathy to Lillian Garrett whose brothers' sudden death occurred Sunday. Its and Miss Ogden Did you wonder who the little blonde was, that was with the Its at the game Friday? Well, she was Miss K. I. Ogden, their new sponsor. Miss Bowles, their former sponsor, who was substituting for Miss Ninas, had to resign as she would no longer be at J. M. And do the Its rate with the football team? Well, notice the "comp" tickets at the next game. And use your imagination! M. D. S. Has New Sponsor Mr. Berry is the new sponsor of the Marshall Debating Society. He attended the last meeting and he outlined the plan for the society throughout this year. The alumni of M. D. S., for some unknown reason, did not give their program on October 22, as expected. Instead they entertained on the past Tuesday afternoon. It Card Party Don't forget the It subscription card party. Remember, one can go ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

Get Your Tickets for Comus Early Vol. lI—No. 8 Ushers for 'Comus' to Win Contest Miss Wheeler Makes Announcement Concerning the Dramatic Club's First Production This Contest Closes Thursday, Nov. 14 Rehearsals Are Progressing Rapidly and Show Great Promise for a Superior Entertainment Miss Wheeler made the statement that the two clubs handing in the most money by Thursday, November 14, will be the ushers at the play, Comus, to be given the night of Friday, November 18, and the afternoon of the sixteenth. The money must be handed in to Miss Wheeler in Room 209, John Marshall. The clufb handing in the most money by the close of the play will receive a prize of five dollars. The rehearsals are progressing rapidly, and show much promise for a good show. The first scene is in the forest, and the stage will be dimly lighted. The second scene is in the palace of Comus, and will be done in black, silver, and white. The president's castle at Ludlow town will be the setting of the ~ "third sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1939) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Post office at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer - Bernard Dabney Exchange Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks 1 Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Elisabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Frost Dramatic. Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS - Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann North in gt on, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky V. P. I. Bill Lee Washingt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

Writer Visits Places of Interest in Paris; Also Telld of Seeing Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Menjou at Folies Bergere; In Final Article About Trip Relates Amusing Incident of Trip Home Frank J. McCarthy, Jr. My own little idea for seeing Paris did not work out so beautifully as I had expected. I planned to write down the names of the places I wished to visit and go from one to another, at leisure, but foolishly I failed to consult a map. My first stop was, of course, Eifel tower. To reach this, I had to ride for what seemed miles. Having climbed to the top, and inspected Paris from its highest point, I took another cab, and directed its driver to Notre Dame. This is on the opposite bank of the Seine, and a good distance from the tower. After gazing with awe at the spectacle this famous cathedral presents, for probably an hour, I set out for the tomb of Napoleon, which turned out to be on the same side of the river as the tower. The Place de la Concord, and the Madelaine church, my next stop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

SPORTS John Marshall Defeats St. Christopher 13-0 at Mayo Island Great Work of Keeps Saints from Scoring Henry Taylor Runs Back Punts Like a Second Frank Peake Until He Is Hurt; Charlie Shade, Wilson and Junie Smith Play Well (Continued from Page 1) four downs. The Saints tried a line run but made no headway so turned to passing. The long complete pass from Captain Meach to Harrison, a right end-man, netted forty yards to "place the skin on John Marshall's 10yard line. A buck reduced it to two yards. The strong line stopped the march on the third down and on the fourth down, a beautiful "over the goal'' pass was broken up by "Bo" Wilson. Henry Taylor punted the ball out of the danger line. The teams played in open field for the rest of the quarter. . In the second quarter Haase gained ten yards around end. On the six-yard line John Marshall fumbled but the ball was recovered by a Saint Christo- pher's man. Taylor made a beautiful run of the Saints' punt. Taylor and Smith connected f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

PATtfIC/^ Dear Miss Patricia: I am an ex-student of John Marshall now working for a prominent Richmond firm as secretary to the president and vice-president. The vice-president is a married man, but lately he has been trying to get me to give him a date. I've refused every time he's asked for one, but now he's getting mad. He says one of us will have to leave the firm (and it will not be he), but if I'll change my mind and give him a date Friday night maybe it * won't be necessary for me to quit - Can you suggest a way for me to hold my job and yet refuse the attentions of my boss? "POOR WORKING GIRL." Dear "Poor Working Girl": Make time with the president Then * you will not have to stand being annoyed by die vice-prsident. MISS PATRICIA. Dear Miss Patricia: My mother wants me to go to one college; my sweetheart wants me to go to another. Between the two women I never have any peace. I've flipped a coin, but it never comes out * right. Please decide for me. "DIZZIE." Dear "Dizzie":...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHATTER College Sororities High School should be proud of its graduates who are now attending William and Mary, for they haye all made good standing sororities; Byrne Hoen, '29, Kappa Kappa Gamma ; Marie Schmidt, '29, Kappa Delta ; Lucie McDonald, '2B, Alpha Chi Omega; Georgie B. Bennett, '29, Alpha Chi Omega. Helen Davis Guest of Sorority Helen Davis was the guest of Frances Harvie, a former Marshallite, at the Alpha Chi Omega house during the week-end. She attended the George Washington UniversityWilliam and Mary game on Saturday night. Margaret Rutherford at the Top It is thrilling to know that Mar--gsret Rutherford is at the top of the William and Mary freshmen tennis ladder. Bootsie New Members The Bootsies are charmed with their two new members. Mamie Crighton and Frances Delaney. They are also pleased with the good time that everyone had on the week-end party. The next few weeks will be filled with plans for a card party. Chics Choose Outfits The Chics were entert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1929

SEE COMUS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW VoL lI—No. 9 Cadets Are in Parade on Arm'ce Day John Marshall Cadet Corps Is Added Feature in Stadium Dedication; Walter Mercer Leads Singing Prominent Citizens Make Speeches New Stadium Will Insure Safety of Spectators, Inspired by Active Workers of American Legion Thousands of people observed the dedication of the new stadium on the eleventh anniversary of the ending of the world's greatest armed conflict at Richmond last Monday, November 11. Boy Scouts ably assisted in seating the crowd of people. First on the program came the John Marshall band, and cadet military exhibition. The rookies played leap frog, much to the amusement of the spectators. The machine-gun exhibition was an enjoyable feature in spite of a few delays in action. U. S. Army planes flew so low overhead that people thought it would seen be necessary to hold their hats. Then came the x military review in •vhich the Arm y, Navy, Shriners, Grottoes, Blues, Grays, Boy Scouts, National ...

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