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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1942

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 n yp Member, Southern Interscliolastic 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 j, 1879. TTTT 7 r ... Marv Carter, Arthur Palmer - Beth Rose, C7> Mary Betty Dorothy Holli^worth, _ Lee Minor Sports Editor... •••••• y Franklin Richardson A instant Sports Editor '//..Olivia Hilton, Evelyn Taliey Feature Editors w " v .....Dot Albertson Radio Editor. Ed Bar b ee Exchange Editor j ean pitts Alumni Editor j; Lacy Music Editor Betty Lee Collins Fashion Editor...... Edward Barbee Circulation Manager T rv»ke At fist ants to the Editorial and Business Staff ••••••• -J e a n I V9 OKe » Phyllis E. Gentry, Franklin Richardson, Bernard Dolsey, Manuel Lipsitz, Si'cfnev Goda, Phyllis ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1942

January 16, 1942 in "i" 1 ra""" Miiiriiira" 111 " nii'm h ..mi L.!!!!.i .1: 111 Jill J!!l,Jlii, 1..111., U11.,11 By LEE MINOR With Captain Freddie Gantt tossing in 80 points, the Justice cagers in their second season under Coach Woodson have won five straight games after dropping the opener to Randolph-Macon freshmen. Although it is too earlv in the season to predict a Central District championship for the boys, thereby placing them on the well known spot, we are pulling for them to equal their record of last season. However, the season will just begin to get started in earnest next week. If the boys come through unscathed, then we can look for another cup for the trophy case. The scoring race at John Marshall, at present, is as follows: Gantt captain-guard 80 points Friedman forward 52 Marshall forward 46 Cash center 24 Barbour guard 17 Smith center-guard 9 Salyers forward-center-guard 4 Giovannetti guard 3 Bodke 1 Gathright I Crowell I •* • • FOOTBALL LEAVINGS To show their apprec...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1942

Page Four "ptja'* a-'pojojscjv' By OLIVIA HILTON "Knitting for Britain is really loads of fun especially since it gives me the feeling of knowing that I'm at least Knitting for Britain j n g an effort to help in the present world crisis," said Jean Pitts who is now working on a muffler to keep one of the many British soldiers warm during the war. Eventually to make a sweater is Jean's ambition, and the scarf she is knitting, the first thing she has ever attempted to make, gives her practice so that she can later plunge into knitting bigger and more useful garments. "I'm wishing that a handsome soldier with brown or hazel eyes will wear the muffler I'm making, 'cause it is a deep olive green, and I'd like this particular shade to bring out -the highlights in the wearer's eyes. Still, if it isn't becoming to him, I know it will keep him warm, for when it is completed it will be two yards long. I'm just wondering if I'll ever get to the end," sighed Jean. Jean knits only in her spare t...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1942

Homerooms Offer Defense Bonds, Stamps for Sale To Students Each Monday To Aid Federal Government Vol. XV. Editor Visits State Head In Capitol Governor Colgate Darden Announces Defense Plans; Will Step Up Production By ARTHUR PALMER Cold rain hit my face as I walked up the broad steps of the Capitol building last Friday at 4:30 p. m. to meet Governor Colgate Whitehead Darden. Silhouetted against the overcast skies the towering columns of the building looked impressive and strong. I had a feeling of awe as I passed through the tall, heavy doors and went up to the second floor to the Governor's office. Hung on the walls of the outer office were pictures of former Governors of Virginia; and while I waited to see Governor Darden, I began to think of how many great men had worked in this room. / Governor, Friendly After nervously waiting for some time, I was ushered into the Governor's office and introduced to him by his private secretary. Governor Darden greeted me with a warm smile that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1942

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 (IWTEPh&noro Kypj . \ J/yf (Member ( EST 1921 /1941-42 J 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, Jean Cook, Martha Hawkins, Mae Silverman News Editor ..Nora Ellis Copy Editors.. .Earl Jones, Winifred Hambleton, Barbara Tucker Sports Editor Harold Powell Assistant Sports Editor Raymond Holmes Feature Editors Ann McNeill, Mary Tuck Exchange Editor Ed Kelley Alumni Editor Norma Dyce Music Editor Lawrence Brown Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Circulation Manager Thomas Herrmann Photograph Editor Manuel Lipsitz Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1942

February 13, 1942 rit r ;;; , f 1 r r; nrva riii" i;;; aa ;;; II:::,1,1111 L.!!l!.!„ii,: 111 JUL, !LI1.!!;„ u„ Hill By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL AMERICA has neglected the health of its people too long. Many applicants for our armed forces are turned down because of physical defects. One of the best ways to obtain healthy bodies and keep them fit is to exercise. Every boy while in high school should get a proper amount of exercise to form a healthy body for life. Yet here in John Marshall we have no physical education for most of the pupils. Some girls who take physical education admit that they take it .so that they will have less homework. Only half credit is given for the subject. When Marshallites get home with their ton of books, they either have to stay in the house and do homework or stay up at night and lose sleep. In either case, the result is a tired listless pupil the next day. John Marshall and Richmond would become more sports conscious, as well it should, if more...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1942

By ANN MCNEILL Wavy black hair, flapping plaid jacket, and lanky limbs jumping like mad. No, it's not a rat fight, just "W TJ • T V T arl an d Long Hits It Up Long hitting the jiggles-dancing—to you who don't speak t>he latest slang, jabber wacky. He is carrying the torch for all jitterbugs. "There's not much to it," laughed Garland. "Just learn the new steps and get lots of practice. Then bounce until you get .in the groove, on the beam. I'm a pushover for smooth steps to smooth music like Tropical Magic' too," he added with a tooth paste ad smile. . Garland has been jiving it since way back, a student of the old school. He's danced with almost every local girl jitterbug, and he doesn't like to miss a single jam session. Oozing personality, Mr. Mill's son Billy is the one to give advice to bashful would-be-girl-getters, or how to Mr. Mill's Son, Billy flicker in the hearts of their goose bump girls. "Just butter them up and give them the sweet eye," instructs Maestro Mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

Washington Made Many Sacrifices To Win Liberty; Marshallites Are Working To Keep It. See Page Four. Vol. XV. Commandant Names Jones Top Cadet Zickrick, Cooper, Tyler, Pippin, Montague, Lewis To Lead Company till June William Grayson Jones will lead v the John Marshall corps of cadets for this semester, according to Colonel James C. Anthony. Other appointments .follow: Headquarters William Grayson Jones, first captain ; Gilbert E. Leitch, captain adjutant; Raymond C. Morrissette, captain supply officer; Roy C. Lilly, captain executive; Gordon E. Burks, training captain; James G. Royall, first lieutenant supply officer; Granville E. Hubard, first lieutenant of headquarters; Bernard L. Bland, first lieutenant; Ralph G. Turner, sergeant major; Cullen M. Cooper, corporal. Band Karl H. Zickrick, captain; James G. Williams, first lieutenant; William Darhaniam, first lieutenant; Raymond S. Haynes, second lieutenant; Walter I. Wittel, second lieutenant; Fred P. Aldridge, first sergeant; Robe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

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 (INTEPNATIONAO ESS , v (Member ( EST 1921 j1941-42J 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, Jean Cook, Martha Hawkins, Mae Silverman News Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors... Earl Jones, Winifred Hambleton, Barbara Tucker Sports Editor Harold Powell Assistant Sports Editor Raymond Holmes Feature Editors Ann McNeill, Mary JFuck Exchange Editor Ed Kelley Alumni Editor Norma Dyce Music Editor >•/. Lawrence Brown Fashion Editor Betty Lee Collins Circulation Manager Thomas Herrmann Photograph Editor Manuel Lipsitz Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Willi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

February 27, 1942 William Northway, Former Editor, Dies in Action William Malcolm Northway was killed at Hickham Field on December 7, 1941. Former editor of The Centralite, newspaper of Central High School, Providence, R. 1., he had attended the 1937 and 1938 Columbia Scholastic Press Association conventions £nd took part in the programs. He is believed to be the first ex-school editor and first ex-CSPA delegate to make the supfeme sacrifice. The School Press Review carries a story about Bill Northway by a successor to his editorial chair. It follows: ". . . killed in action in defense of his country. . ." With these words the Government of the United States of America reported the death of William Malcolm North- W. G. Jones Leads Cadets Leitch Captain-Adjutant; Morrissette, Supply Captain; Tyler Captain of BCompany (Continued from page one) V. Lowry, first lieutenant; WalterC. Figg, first lieutenant; Littleton W. Henry, second lieutenant; William N. Roberts, first sergeant; Frankli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

Page Four LETS GO "ALL OUT" FOR DEFENSE! Marshallites: Though you are on the outside looking in as brave young Americans depart to defend n || our frontiers and the things we hold so dear to us, you, too, may take a definite part in our defense, program. 3 You are the next genera(l W jmMtion of Americans, and into your hands will be placed the helm of the Ship of 11 State. It will be your duty to steer it through stormy as well as calm seas. To rightfully accept this future honor you 4 should be physically fit. Milk, Ice Cream, and other Dairy Products have an important place in a properly balanced diet. Richmond Dairy "SERVING RICHMOND FOR OVER 50 YEARS" "THE HOME OF BETTER MILK" lßferimrrriiuulll Kl Lake view Dairy Curies Neck Dairies "HOME OWNED AND OPERATED" "FARM-FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS" THE MONOCLE February 27, 1^

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

February 27, 1942 m rcnr rapr IbJljil i.!!!!ii ..iijllLllL.!!l„ 11..111.. IILJII By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL TODAY on the war front history is repeating itself. However, it has repeated itself on another front. I am referring to the sport front at John Marshall High School. In 1940 John Marshall won the state championship in football. This team backed by such notable stars as Bill Klein, Raymond Beasley, Edward Saxby, Jack Ittner, and Joe Hoffman will never be forgotten by Marshallites. It was the most successful season in John Marshall football history. This team was undefeated, unscored on, and untied. Then in 1941 the Justice basketeers captured the Central District championship in basketball. This team boasted such stars as Bill 1 Klein, Freddie Gantt, David Friedman, Joe Hoffman, and Frank Grossman. But did the proud Big Blues stop there? No, they definitely did not. Remember the thrills in the 1941 football games? Again the powerful Justice gridiron warriors ran sod ov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1942

Page Six a-'pojoJatH.' By ANN MCNEILL Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye, ye reminiscent seniors! The sophs this year seem to be real "soph"-isticates. They might not know all the answers, but they can think up some just as neat. They can shoot the old line as well as anyone. From Chandler^' of Fame is little Doris Elliott, who got into this hall by pure beauty. She, for a sophomore, sure drips J' amour. Her eyes when they look at you, are like two two-ton airport spotlights shining at midnight. Oh, well, maybe this is exaggeration. Anyhow, she is deluxurious and has yumph. Doris trucked on over to Jay em from Chandler where she was secretary of the student council and the most popular girl, according to the school vote. "I just hope I have as much fun over here as my great big sister Jean does," she shyly laughed. With her looks, however, it won't be hard to click. ... . . Eyes to the All-American Xtit ca d ets! i t ' S Katherine Nichols from Chandler. Her blue eyes could torpedo any hunk o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1942

Head Awards Certificates To Corps Men J. M. Cadets Promise To Strive To Attain High Standards of Life Lieutenant-Colonel James C. Anthony, commandant of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets, awarded certificates of appointment to members of the corps of cadets Thursday a week ago, in the school lobby. This is the first time he has indicated appointments by the use of certificates. These certificates of appointment were awarded to the cadets by virtue of their proven ability to function in the capacity of a cadet holding chevrons, as evidenced by satisfactory attainments in scholarship, honor system support, loyalty and reliability, leadership qualities, courtesy, responsibility, drill, and athletics. Strive for Knighthood Each cadet receiving this certificate promised to strive for greater attainment in all the above defined charac- teristics or achievements, to refrain from use of improper language at all times, to exercise complete justice in all dealings with those under his command...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1942

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 (INTEBHATIONAP ififamuxJl (Member* ( EST 1921 j1941-42) §gp| 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, Jean Cook, Martha Hawkins, Mae Silverman News Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors... Earl Jones, Winifred Hambleton, Barbara Tucker Sports Editor .Harold Powell Associate Sports Editor • • -Raymond Holmes Feature Editors Ann McNeill, Mary Tuck Exchange Editor Anna Mae Reynolds Alumni Editor ...Norma Dyce Music Editor .Lawrence Brown Fashion Editor Collins Circulation Manager Thomas Herrmann Photograph Editor Manuel Lipsitz Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Willi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1942

March 13, 1942 The 0111111 mi ,|,| 9|g ||| || || |||||||> HJI""! ||"|||" 11111111 By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL "To the victor belong the spoils. The Justice basketeers are reaping a rich harvest after their successful season. By winning the Central District championship without a setback, the cagers earned the right to compete in the State finals. The Shipbuilders, winner of the LynchburgNewport News game, engaged the Marshallites for the State Class A title. Because of the Justices' impressive record, Duke University sent the first Virginia invitation to compete in the fourth annual Duke-Durham Southern High School tournament on March 13-14 to the Jayem team. The Marshallites took part in this tournament last year, but lost in the second round. John Marshall has accepted an invitation to the twentythird Eastern States tournament at Glen Falls, New York, March 26, 27, 28. John Marshall will be one of four public schools represented. Two parish high schools and two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1942

Page Four W&mwW fHOI *■ • •*TMah i y wwy HwKfr ' 1 r IMI vWWMmW^jSKt Bill •* JWwBS ** |H| <ffj|=sv asf" IK 1 "ill' 1 |p j| & Jll bP ~*w. ■"JBi - ***MfiSß|K Mwßfei ill « K|J| g%%j Wp ||H Bj ll 9 f i. ** x \ 1 H f£^? ;A i —Courtesy Richmond Newspapers, Inc. Mary Carter, co-editor of The Monocle, cuts the birthday cake, tcAf'/* Mr. James C. Harwood and members of the newspaper staff look on ""pejo'* a- in 9 By ANN MCNEILL O More Music— Guyon c , umby is no gloomy gus, sour on life, for he whoops it up in everything, especially music. Guyon carries a bonfire for everything from boogie woogie to Hebrew music. A hot platter sizzling on the juke box wrings rhythym from him, but fast, while the smooth grooving of such a tune as "Tonight We Love" makes a flame flicker in his heart for the modern classics. This music loving lad works up ear tickling novelties in his spare time, such as blending mellow piano tunes with the tink-tunes of a toy piano. "Jiving J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1942

Seniors Decide 'Who's Who' In Recent Contest; Announce Winners at Dance; Story And Picture on Page Four. Vol. XV. No. 11 Marshallites Aid Defense Of Country Cadet First Captain, Monocle Co-Editors Lead Students in War Efforts Marshallites in all branches of school life are working for defense, according to a check up this week. Grayson Jones, cadet first captain, is aiding the police department in promoting public safety. "I instruct the Women's Civilian Defense Corps in the art of drill, said Grayson with a slight grin. He also buys defense stamps. Palmer Saves Vital Metals Arthur Palmer, co-editor of The Monocle and president of Quill and Scroll, saves razor blades and tooth paste tubes. Moreover, Arthur always gives a ride to any soldiers he sees. Besides buying defense stamps, he saves rubber by walking instead of riding. This typical Marshallite expects to attend a R. O. T. C. college. "By doing so I can better aid my country," Arthur remarked seriously. "I am doing the little ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1942

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 <INTEPN"TIONA[> 1115 (Member ( EST Jpfl l92l 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. Editort-in-Chief Mary Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Jean Cook, Martha Hawkins, Mae Silverman News Editor ..Nora Ellis Copy Editors... Earl Jones, Winifred Hambleton, Barbara Tucker Sports Editors Raymond Holmes, Harold Powell Feature Editors Ann McNeill, Mary Tuck Exchange Editor Anna Mae Reynolds Alumni Editor ...Norma Dyce Music Editor Lawrence Brown Fashion Editor A? etty Colhns Circulation Manager Thomas Herrmann Photograph Editor Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs William BeVille, Joe Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1942

March 27, 1942 By Abe Goldman | A • rp f • t.m Local Artist 1 ributes Justices E5"jL WHO HAS PRODUCED TWO CHAMPIONSHIP CENTRAL DISTRICT TEAMS IN HIS TWO YEARS lff/6 W Jf AS HEAD COACH OF BASKETBALL AT JOHN B K —"* ma OF R J S M^S L 6 H REAT SC QUIN 1 T S A MEMBEfI /a*fr\ NEWPORT NEWSTONI6HT FOR J HE C-,n <rS \%S THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, WON 23 -® *f J-('J I STRAIGHT GAMES AFTER LOSINGITS' M T H*NIu C aamMt;WSrafoT^StSMßmM. v Ml onry MtT£~, d££PPRt£PMAH THE JUSTICES HAVE BEEN SEEDED If £ £s^«**9§ MAS ; THE "I*o.l TEAM IN THE ANNUAL |P# § "X s W AL ° r ~ 4rn**Bk SOUTHERN INVITATIONAL HIGH ■|fc . 1 U topbwmebt TOTOBEU> Y * FREDDIE ' tl ! 1 ■ THE justices usk A man 300 POINTS IN 23 GAMES,ANP Ml// ISM TO »M'e£/'MKs£ ESTABLISHEP AM ALL-TIME SCORING V-/ M|| OFRECORD FOR CITV —Courtesy Richmond Ne<ws Leader. ' °£ P °!iffLT~L C "' """ the Newport News game vi -S '&TAi.$ TO A A7//V/AT(JM. and the Duke tournament. By Abe Goldman Graduate J. M. '37 Th...

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