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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET <INTE(MATIONAS p®H , v (Member ( ESTJWI»2I )|940-4Q 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. EdiXors-in-Chief Mary Carter, Aubrey Mitchell Business Managers Beth Rose, Virginia Lambeth Managing Editor x, r News Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors..... . .Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Hollingsworth, Norma Kahn Sports Editor .Lee Minor Assistant Sports Editor . . Franklin Richardson Feature Editors Olivia Hilton, Evelyn Talley Radio Editor 001 Albertson Exchange Editors E d K ?J. le y Alumni Editor y.J« n Music Editor • • • .Jjmmy Lacy Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Circulation Manager. Arthur Palmer Assistants to the Editorial and B...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1941

October 10, 1941 nrarir: 7m"in ■ ran" kIiLLL 111 .1 LJlilniiulllJ By LEE MINOR (Editor's Note: The following interesting feature on bowling was contributed by Grayson Jones, a student in the journalism class.) DOWN THE ALLEY WATCHING how different people bowl is one of the most amusing pastimes one can have. There are three definite classes of bowlers which are the run, stop, let it go type; the ballet dancer; and the baseball player. Let us see how each of these athletes manipulate the fine art of shoving a bowling ball down the alley. The first man or woman, usually a little plump, grips the ball, gets a wide swinging motion of the arm, and runs like a frightened hippopopotamus. When he applies the brakes the legs spread apart, with the toes just touching the foul line. The arm stops its swinging and comes down easily, letting the ball roll down the alley with the speed of a slow freight. When the ball hits the pins, there is a pounding like an earthquake from the feet of this dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1941

Page Four 'pete '4- a='potete«t By OLIVIA HILTON Dressed in her long blue robe trimmed with white braid, Margaret Smith sends out her soprano voice whenever the school a capella choir has a singing engagement. "I have never felt so deeply honored as I did the day Mr. Troxell asked me Sines in Choir '' . io i, n ™ choir. Practic- ing our songs at recess doesn't require too much of my time, and every minute of practice is enjoyable to me," declared Margaret. Before a person is permitted to become a member of the choir, he must first be acquainted with reading musical notes. This is one of the essential requirements. "Learning more about the art of reading music is a wonderful opportunity, and I glory on my having the chance to gather additional experience in music," added Margaret. To attend the national contest in Savannah, Georgia in May is the secret hope of every member in the choir, but nothing definite as to whether or not the choir wi'll take the trip has been decided. Plays in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1941

J. M. Students Express Varied Opinions Pro and Con Concerning the New Method Of Grading. See Page 4 No. 3 Vol. XV. Seniors Elect Class Leaders From Eighteen Elect Hermann, Wilson, Eaton, Chalifoux, Tuck, Bridgeforth, Officers Casting their votes in the cage outside the cafeteria last week, seniors selected Thomas Hermann, who ran against Gilbert Leitch and Lawrence Brown, to lead them during the coming year. Thomas was the first member of this year's journalism class to make the staff of The Monocle. Ann Wilson, Vice President Helen Ann "Yank" Wilson will be vice president. 'She was opposing Ann Caryl Hunter and Martha Hawkins. "Yank" is on the Marshallite staff. The seniors elected Dot Eaton, who was secretary of the junior class, to take the minutes again this year; while Oliver Chalifoux, supply sergeant of Company F, will be treasurer. Dot's opponents were Suzanne Fitzgerald, and Norma Kahn, and Oliver defeated Bernard Savage and Franklin Richardson. Bridgeforth, Historian ' Lew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET A ONTEPKXriONAp a V^MSSOO^ Member, Southern Inter scholastic 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 Carter, Aubrey Mitchell Business Managers Beth Rose, Virginia Lambeth Managing Editor Arthur Palmer Ne<uis Editor ••••.:. ra i! s Copy Editors Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Hollingsworth, Norma Kahn Sports Editor ....Lee Minor Assistant Sports Editor Franklin Richardson Feature Editors Olivia Hilton, Evelyn 1 alley Radio Editor Dot T , A , lb^ rt , s , on Exchange Editor Ed Kelley Alumni Editor --Jean Pitts Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Circulation Manager Arthur Palmer Assistants to the Editorial and Business St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1941

October 24, 1941 lb,J ~iiiilli.!!!!.F JJ 111.,!! ,I.l] „in„ 111 By LEE MINOR IN THE News Leader o,f October 14, Hank Wolfe issued a challenge to all Marshallites, present and past. Sports writer Wolfe, in his column "Four Corners," stated that —and I quote —"local fans are the first to squawk and the last to support." How true this is!! John Marshall has won fourteen straight games without allowing a point for the opposition. This record can't be surpassed by any high school team in the country! Our games in Richmond, up to the Roanoke game, have drawn only 1,000 spectators each time. How can a team fight its hardest when it plays to empty seats? Any other class A team, if it had even a consistently winning team, would outdraw Richmond by a great majority. Take Petersburg, for example. This town of 30,000 persons draws five or six thousand persons per game. I hate to believe that this lack of support comes from lack of sports loving persons. I also discount the theory that they have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1941

Page Four "~peja , a.a="poj3|at)v' By OLIVIA HILTON Cooking is one of Tran Gill's favorite classes, for she loves to make all «- rr> 1 kinds of delici " Loves 1 o LOOK ous dishes suc h as the cooking students prepare. "We cook on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sometimes it's breakfast cereals, sometimes cakes, cookies, cocoa, and other foods. On days that we don t cook, we study about the vitamins found in foods, and this is helpful to us," said Tran. While they cook the girls wear special white aprons. They wash their dishes after they finish preparing whatever "they make, and this is one of the objections to the class, says Tran. The other objection, of course, is that the girls are usually afraid that their figures might be threatened since they must eat the food they cook. To decorate her high school annual and to remind her of her good old school days, Evelyn Talley goes in for _ . . saving various Saves stickers kinds 0 f notebook stickers which advertise anything from hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1941

Save Now for Defense! Buy Stamps for Defense! Sacrifice for Defense! Keep Fit for Defense! Vol. XV. No. 4 Young Americans Raise Money for Britain Superb Photography Makes Annual Distinctive Book, Remarks Editor "It has always been a joy to turn to The Marshallite, John Marshall High School, Richmond, Virginia, as an example of superb photography and pictorial quality. I would say that it is the outstanding book of the year in this respect," was a remark of the editor of the N. S. P. A. Yearbook Helps that recently came to Miss Wilhelmina Wright, adviser for The Marshallite. Seniors of this year, recently busy having pictures made, may thus know what to expect in the 1942 book, regardless of the agony pictured in the following: "Hold it! Don't look so scared now. Come on, let's have a big smile. That's Sound familiar? At any rate, it's familiar to those seniors who have been having their pictures made during October and the first part of this month for The Marshallite. Eunice Fordham...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET (Member ( EST j 1941-42) 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 Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Virginia Lambeth News Editor VV•• VC " " i'' U V,- ra u Copy Editors Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Hollingsworth, Norma Kahn Sports Editor • * v.: * M i nor Assistant Sports Editor Franklin Richardson Feature Editors Olivia Hilton, Evelyn Talley Radio Editor 001 A ,b « rl * >n Exchange Editor Ed Kelley Alumni Editor ••J ean , Pltts Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Cadet Editor Aubrey Mitchell Circulation Manager. Arthur Palmer Assistants to the Editorial and Business S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1941

November 7, 1941 Best Game of Year Looms Against Tee Jay John Marshall Crushes Hopewell's Aspirations for Victory Working together smoothly, efficiently, perfectly, the deadly John Marshall grid machine exploded Hopewell's allusions for a state championship by trampling them, 39 to o, Friday a week ago at the City Stadium. Clicking like a Rolls-Royce, the home team showed 3,000 spectators, who braved overcast skies and intermittent showers, why they were unbeaten, untied, and unscored on for sixteen straight games by playing the best m pi |" By LEE MINOR IT looks as if the football team may be better supported from now on, judging from the larger crowds at the last two games. The Hopewell game had 3,000 fans. The attendance probably would have been double that if the weather hadn't been bad. Then, too, some sports-lovers who might have been present were at the University of Richmond freshman game. However, I wish to congratulate the students for their better support. Anyone that mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1941

Page Four By OLIVIA HILTON For three years Doris Pruett has been collecting picture post cards from all over the world. There are four Collects Post in Doris's collection which she keeps neatly filed away in a huge box. "A missionary's daughter gave me a beautiful card representing Egypt that I wouldn't take anything for, because I feel as if it is the most valuable part of my collection," said Doris. Besides the regular picture post cards, Doris has a wooden one that was sent to her from an Indian Reservation in Wisconsin which she says she treasures greatly. Then, there is one covered with silk that was mailed in 1906 from Virginia. Doris added that the cards from Mexico, Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium are beautiful and radiant with color. "I have acquired five leather post cards, and they fascinate me, for they are so odd looking," declared Doris. "I was just born with 'em and I didn't sleep on a collar button to acquire them," said Olis Dunn about her deep dimple in each chee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 November 1941

Orchestra and A Capella Choir Give Joint Concert To Raise Money To Help Share Music with Soldiers. Vol. XV. Students Raise $Bl4 In Recent Activity To Assist Britain British War Relief Drive Proves Big Success; Students Earn Donations Selling papers, magazines, coat hangers, tin foil, zinc, and candy and sacrificing some of their pleasures from November I to November 19, the students of John Marshall and of Wythe raised for the British War Relief Drive $803; but later gifts boosted the total to $814.33. First Floors, First The first floor of John Marshall raised $148.40 to lead the drive. The third floor collected $135.52 to have the second highest amount. Rooms of the second floor earned $125.33 and the basement, $53.51. In Wythe 'the first floor and basement raised $31.52, and the third floor followed with $29.12. The second floor collected $20.95. Room 107, Top Students of room 107 led all rooms with $24.51, and 109 followed closely with $23. Other rooms having S2O or more are 302...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 November 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 E. CARY STREET L INTERNATIONAL!) ferK (Member EST J^T' 92 ' r Jj94h4^ |||p| 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 Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Virginia Lambeth Nevis Editor W"VI * " i." ij Yr fa It* Copy Editors Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Hollingswortn, Norma Kahn Sports Editor nor Assistant Sports Editor . ...Franklin Richardson Feature Editors Olivia Hilton, Evelyn Talley Radio Editor Dot Albertson Exchange Editor Keltejr Alumni Editor •■J ean .? lt,s Music Editor ■••• • Jimmy Lacy Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Cadet Editor Aubrey Mitchell Circulation Manager Edward Barber Assistants to the Editorial...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 November 1941

November 28, 1941 The mini ||iiiii||||||iiii|l|||iiiil| I |! ll |||||| ll ||||l ,lll l || M |||" By LEE MINOR When the Richmond All-School-boy Eleven was chosen Monday, November 17, John Marshall dominated the selection, placing five men while Thomas Jefferson placed four and Benedictine, two. Jack Ittner, 190-pound tackle, the only repeater from last year, was almost an uncontested selection. Tippy Duling, one of John Marshall's unsung heroes, captured an end post after a close battle with Jones and Moncrief of Tee-jay. Both co-captains from Jayem were easy choices for the team, with Lacy at right guard and Saxby at fullback. Bashful Art Sieg, star halfback, completed the players from John Marshall. * * * * When Athletic Director Floyd Fowlkes announced the football schedule for 1942, a few changes were noticed. Maury, Newport News, and Roosevelt were not on the schedule. Their places will be taken by Winston-Salem, Alexandria, and Granby. Many persons are especially pleased to see...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 November 1941

Page Four By OLIVIA HILTON Hi's traveling all over the United States, Canada, Mexico, Alaska, and Cuba is a feather in Bob Cowan's cap. "I liked the wild life and the atmosphere of Yellow Stone National Park, which is located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. It covers ten square miles of 'that particular area and buffalo, moose, elk, deer, and anteiope run wild in the park," commented Bob. Next summer he plans to take another trip to Yellow Stone National Park, this time to obtain a job as a guide for tourists. "To speak of other places I've visited, I ' liked Mexico, especially the Mexican bull fights. Cubans appeared to me to lead somewhat the same type of lives as that of the Mexicans; and as I sailed around the southern tip of Alaska on a huge ship, I received the surprise of my life when I discovered that it isn't as cold there as in some .parts of the northern states in America!" exclaimed Cowan. Bob went on to tell that the Eskimo girls in Alaska as a whole are "pretty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1941

ssss£«ssssss Quill and Scroll Society Inducts New Members In Senior Assembly. XKXKXKKKXKXX Vol. XV. Cadets Plan Annual Ball December 26 Stockdon, June McCann To Lead Figure with Aid Of Spott, Margaret Walsh John Marshall's Corps of Cadets will hold its annual ball on December 26 in the Grays' Armory. First Captain Bryan Stockdon and June McCann will lead the figure with Billy Spott and Margaret Walsh assisting. Ann Caryl Hunter Others will be, in the order of their appearance on the floor, Richard Tuck with Ann Caryl Hunter; Aubrey Mitchell- with Beth Rose; Lewis Tyler with Dot Albertson; Spott Krausse with Virginia Lambeth; Olyn Bailey with Norma Kahn; Billy Lucas with Kitty Jackson; John Gibbs with Mary McEwen; Grayson Jones with Leslie Bailey; Douglas Stone with Madeline Hunt; Edwin Taylor with Esther Jane Hooker; Jake dayman with Mildred Kaminsky. Next in appearance are John Lewis with Barbara Tucker; George Cooper with Jane Willis Rowe; Forrest Gurton with Beth Walker; Earl Gar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1941

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS. 109 E. CARY STREET ONTEPNATIONAO 135 \ J/.-'f (Member ( EST J|..| 1921 j1941--42) iipjl Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September IS, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chief Mary Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Virginia Lambeth News Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors Mary Betty Nicholas, Dorothy Holhngsworth, Norma Kahn Sports Editor Lee Minor Assistant Sports Editor Franklin Richardson Feature Editors Olivia Hilton, Evelyn Talley Radio Editor Dot Albertson Exchange Editor Ed Barbee Alumni Editor Jean Pitts Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Cadet Editor Aubrey Mitchell Circulation Manager Edward Barbee Assistants to the Editorial and Business Staf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1941

December 12, 1941 mini 11111111 mum iiiiii iiiiiiii||ii||||||ii||imiiii Hum" EJIJI I.!!!!.I 1: 111 jllI„!!!!ILIl.S D..M.. ii..iii By LEE MINOR Four members of the 1941 State Champion Justice eleven were chosen for the official All-City team. Jack Ittner, junior tackle, considered by many the best player ever to wear John Marshall's uniform, was a unanimous choice for the second straight year. Jackie was the only repeater on the squad. Tippy Duling was another unanimous choice in his senior year. Although Tippy hasn't received too much publicity this year, he has been out there every game playing steadily, if not brilliantly, on defense; but when it comes to catching a pass Tippy really shines, snagging them from all angles. Maybe we don't appreciate Duling enough, for his playing has attracted scouts from the University of Georgia. Ed Saxby is the third Justice to place on this team chosen by Coaches Dick Esleeck, Wat Fugate, Hugh Brenaman, and Paul Baldacci. Saxby had the unusual d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1941

Page Four 0.-'poJajstK* By OLIVIA HILTON "I want an automobile for Christmas. Any old kind -will do just so that it runs and doesn't use too much gasoline and oil," said Helen Ann (Yank) Wilson. For two years Yank has wanted a car, but it seems, she said, that her disappointments run along that line. Last year Helen Ann obtained her driver's permit. The next day she hit a telephone pole and smashed her father's fender for him. She added that she had the fender repaired before her father discovered the damage. Last month Yank had a birthday, and she stressed the idea at home that she wanted an automobile. When the time came she got an .automobile, but only a toy one. "I could hardly drive a toy around town. Why, what would my friends say!" exclaimed Yank laughingly. If by some miracle Santa Claus does bring Yank a car, she intends to decorate it in blue and white to represent John Marshall." f "My car is going to advertise the best school in the world," said Helen Ann. r n . Dave You...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1942

Head Advises Pass Classes, Buy Defense Stamps, Take Subjects That Benefit, As Ways To Help Nation. Vol. XV. No. 7 Girl Reserves, Junior Class, Honor Society, Student Group Take Lead in School Activities ii : i ■«&~ • » m »* 'ißßii mmw, :■,< \ «§ #> [:, ■§■ fej I | hB JKM| : I I %iLi JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Tommy Redford, treasurer, Virginia Gearhart, secretary, Jean Strange, reporter, Garland Long, president, Beth Walker, vice president, an I John Funkhouser, historian. jjt»| ig|4^ jfl ; p . t ■:: :fjjjgi||j? | NEW MEMBERS Oh HONOR SOCIETY—First row: Mildred Mitterer, Beverly Cosby, Iris Snellings, Mae Silverman, Elaine Turner, Joyce Alley, Martha Hawkins, and Nance Blanks. Second row: Sanford Bryan, Earl Jones, Joyce Robinson, Winifred Hambleton, Anna Mae Reynolds, Mary Tuck, Edith McKnight, Thomas Herrman, and Richard Hasker. Third row: A. A. Leath, Raymond Morrissette, Grayson Jones, Anna Mc Dow ell, David Tyler, Mary Elizabeth Rader, Calvin Tiller...

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