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

Page Four 9H M: * Blii m ■ Kl: s i ■nM|^p r iSil^HI WHEBtJJJf/r * - %, :!§■ wtk ##W H^L By ANN MCNEILL O D C* I ne '°°k> 3ew w ' se " Mrctty L,irls crac j iS) a s jgh or two, and wow!! They've just the Petty girls on Jane Crenshaw's walk Jane's room certainly makes you unbutton your eyes and topple like a dead chicken, because it just simply floors you. She has everything from dance and football posters to stickers from Alcatraz—prison, in case you didn't know. Any old night you can find Janie trucking on down the street with a huge sign under her arm, probably an ad from a local hep session. "I've been on the spot oodles of times after making a pick-up poster job, but I wasn't ever kicked in the jug—my favorite ambition," oddly sighed Jane. "Once I was so scared I would have mistaken Mickey Mouse for Boris Karloff, but I skimmed on away with my little no parking sign," laughingly declared Janie. Note—She always gets her sign FRESH FRUITS AND GROCERIES NEW DEAL MARKET 390...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1942

Two Marshallites Speak To Kiwanians; They Voice Belief That United Nations Will Win; See Page Four. Vol. XV. Metropolitan Group To Be At Benefit Grand Opera Ball To Aid Richmond Branch, British, American Ambulance Corps Members of the cast, orchestra, and management of the Metropolitan Opera Association, who will give two performances in Richmond, Friday, April 24, and Saturday, April 25, will be present at the Grand Opera Ball to be held Friday night, April 24, at the Cavalier Arena, under the auspices and for the benefit of the Richmond Branch, British and American Ambulance Corps. The Metropolitan Grand Opera Ball has been arranged by T. Michaux Moody, manager of the Civic Music Association of Richmond which is bringing this world-famous organization to Richmond for the fourth conserve spring. After 'Carmen' The ball, which will commence promptly after the end of the opera Carmen, at the Mosque, will be held in the big, air-conditioned Cavalier Arena. This is the first time since...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 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 (INTEPNATIONAD ngg (Memberfrs., * ».ifjl94ljs) ®§|l Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at P°_ s '~ office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. EdUors-in-Chief Mary Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Jean Cook, Marth. Hawkins, jy £j: tor Nora Ellis Copy Editors'.. .Eari Jones, Winifred Hambleton, B^ ar, ,^« Storts Editors Raymond Ho'mw, Harold Powell Feature Editors Ann McNeill, Mary Tuck Exchange Editor'. !!!!!!!! Anna Mac Reynolds Alumni Editor Music Editor r i S Fashion Editor L " Co'' l "* Circulation Manager j' tsISS Photo graph Editor \irip olFni, Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. William BeVille, Joe Baroody, Anna McDowell, John Gravatt, James Rayhorn, N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1942

April 17, 1942 Th© ..iiJi.!!!!.ilui>: 111 .,!!! J i.l, j„ lll.il By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL The sport staff of The Monocle would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to a man who has helped to restore John Marshall High School to the athletic map. I am referring to Coach Esleeck, who is loved by all of the boys on the football squad as well as by every true Marshallite. The school will never forget the two brilliant teams coached by Mr. Esleeck. Although we shall lose head grid Coach Esleeck, Jayem still has a very capable football coach. Roland H. Woodson has been assistant football coach under both Dave Miller and Dick Esleeck. This column thinks that no more able man could be given the job. ** * * Every coach must like to think back over a season and laugh at the funny things that have happened. Here is one Coach Esleeck tells on the basketball team of last year. "We were playing Alexandria in an important game when they began scoring rapidly," he said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1942

Page Four ""pfcja'aBy ANN MCNEILL o What's Frying?™^ outs have been moping around the halls becaue of the holidays or this thing called spring. But there are a few kids who aren't dead yet. We know one little girl who, with gilded notes, can even make a dead man sit up and take his nourishment; and we do mean Marion Collier. Marion certainly can give with the notes, but certainly. Her voice can even make a vinegar kitty-sour-puss, who's off life for good, turn into a rib tickler. Maybe that's exaggerated, but you get the general idea. Marion pitches syrupy smooth notes all over the place while singing with the Jayem choir. Her voice, in our private opinion, is plenty swello. She deserves a special shipment of orchids. PJ/ivs Tpiinis whos that nim " flays iennu> h]e ch;]d truck _ ing, bouncing, twisting, and 'leaping all over the tennis court. It's Joyce Martin (Big) shooting off in high gear after a ball. Almost any summer day you can find her in a huddle with a net, rack...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1942

John Marshall Wins Honors In Music Festival; Choir Orchestra, Band, Soloists Superior; See Page One Vol. XV. Senor Ruiz Qf Columbia Visits Classes Columnist of 'EI Heraldo' Visits, Observes Teaching Of His Native Tongue Senor Antonio Ruiz, a feature columnist of the daily El Heraldo of Barranquilla, Colombia, visited the Spanish classes of Mr. J. C. Harwood, Jr., Mrs. Luz Polyak, and Miss Josephine Holt, April 20. He expressed himself to the Principal as being very much gratified that such excellent work was being done in his native tongue. Hears Singing Passing by John Marshal'l on his way to the Valentine Museum, Senor Ruiz happened to hear the strains of songs of his native land and decided to walk in and find out where they came from. He told the pupils that English is compulsory in Colombia's schools, sometimes five years of it. Having been in America only eight days, Senor Ruiz felt quite at home when he heard his own language spoken. He expects to write an article praising wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 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 felrwi3 j%\ (Member ft EST 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, 18/9. Editori-in-Chief Mary Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Jean Cook, N * Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors'. Earl Jones, Winifred Hambletori, Barbara Tucker Sports Editors Raymond Holmes Harold Powell Venture Editors Ann McNeill, Mary Tuck Exchmge Editor. !!...!.!! 1 Anna Mae Reynolds Alumni Editor • • - No ™ a ß °L n Music Editor -Lawrence Brown Fashion Editor y H, r ™inn Circulation Manager T? 1 ?i Photograph Editor •• • • \irir TI Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. William BeVille, Joe Baroody, Anna McDowell, John Gravatt, James Rajhorn, Nancye B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1942

May i, 1942 Woodson Succeeds Esleeck as Grid Mentor > I ' | : > ; if i ®:s: ;: . . : ' : . IF ! jp?: ' ?$i &x ■'■'■*>> ik* * IS '~O i | '■M%miki % Wt&t tKMK ll^^^iiilßlM^lfe S%J HP S| Jl|M| ■ | «P The Iliiii miiiin HiiiiN mill lllll,ll || ll |||||| ll |||U ,I M "III 11 11111111 By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL Marshallites, you all remember Bill Klein. He is probably the best blocking back John Marshall has ever had on a football field. Bill was well liked when he attended John Marshall, and he is still well liked by the Marshallites. Bill's father died not long ago. All of John Marshall High School sends its deepest sympathy to the family. ** * * When John Marshall took part in the Central District track meet Saturday, April 11, big Jack Ittner ran the 220-yard dash in twentythree seconds. His timing was believed to be a record, but a recheck on April 21 reveals that Jack missed the record by four-tenths of a se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1942

Page Four 'ptja'a- a-'pojajstn,' By ANN MCNEILL o Help for Defense^;^ wanna know what's featured? Of course, it's the popular question "What can I do to help?" Maybe you aren't earning cream for the oatmeal, and ain't got any moolah for defense saving stamps or bangers for bonds. Why not do what oodles of little meatballs, with hearts as patriotic as red, white, and blue, are doing—clipping those little stamps from those out-of-town screaming smutterings—letters to you guys? Listen, femmes, how about those bizz bazzing sugar reports from your soldier telling you he's gonna move his bunk to somebody else's camp. Why not rob them of those stamps? All woofing aside, Uncle Sam wants the dye that's in those little two-by-four pieces of paper. Little Lucille Cordle has almost 500 stamps and still is going strong for her Uncle Sammie. "There's not much to it. Just clip the stamps off and give them to a local post office," laughed Lucille. "The government needs the dye," she added. Listen, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1942

Sarong Queen of Screen Wows Richmonders While Selling Uncle Sam's War Bonds, Stamps Here. Vol. XV. The Record' Staff Plans 80-Page Issue Magazine To Announce Winner of Story Contest; Will Have Original "Cover "Bigger and better" is the motto of The Record staff as they gather the material for an eighty-page issue, the largest one in the history of the magazine. Even the quality of the paper is better, thus making the book more valuable. One section will include the unusual and delightful feature selections of the preceding Records dating from the beginning of its publication. Never before has the staff attempted such a task as that which they have undertaken in this issue. To Announce Winner The winner of the Home Life Story Contest, sponsored by the magazine, will come to light along with the story. Virginia Cowardin, the author of the popular "Wise Guy", has written another story, superior to the former, entitled "Music Hath Charms", a story concerning high school pupils. Occupyin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 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 (INTEHWATIONAO (MEMBERP EST JMfmi j1941-4F) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-c'.ass 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 News Editor Nora Ellis Copy Editors... Eari 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 Music Editor - La^ re " Ce PnWn« Fashion Editor -Betty Circulation Manager I Photograph Editor •• • Manuel Lips\ z Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs • •• J oe John Gravatt, James Rayhorn, Nancye Blanks, Virginia Mason, R. Conrad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1942

May 15, 1942 Jayem Risks Perfect Season Against Jeffs —Courtesy Richmond Times-Dispatch. McLear of Thomas Jefferson and Tommy Valentine and Clyde McAllister of John Marshall lead the field in the high hurdles at the State meet. McAllister finished first and Valentine second. T Mm npiTt"irrspr IJLiiii i.!!!!.i .1: liJII J! IL1.!!;.. LIN.. 111. .11l By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL John Marshall's Justices will end a successful track season tomorrow whether they beat Thomas Jefferson or not. They have come out undefeated in dual meets this year and won the Central District meet. Jayem's thinclads will miss the valuable services of Jack Ittner, high scorer, because of an appendix operation last Sunday. He has been the outstanding dash and weight man on the team this year. By missing the State and Thomas Jefferson meets, Jack lost his chances of being leading scorer in the city this year. He was only ten points behind Bobby McLear, star of the Presidents. Closely following Ittner and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1942

Page Four \/ • ""pfcja'a- By BETH WALKER and LOUISE BRYANT Likes the Latestl^jX "jive-mate"! Oh, Phyllis Burnette, I mean—the gal who simply adores the latest steps of the up - and - coming "danceroos". Phyllis and her friends spend some rare times at each other's homes dancing to the newest platters and showing off some old "boogie'' which is tops to date. "It's about the nicest way to spend an evening," says Phyllis. 'Dancing and new tunes are tops with me. Gives an Earful™ h m \\ \l music, Nancy Crank usually lends an ear! iShe is really giving an earful these days with some mighty pretty tunes written by Nancy, herself. Now, that's something snazzy to do ! "Goodness, music just thril'ls sighs Nancy. "I like writing it, too." She has written a victory march and is now working on a popular song. Go to it. We want to see you "hit the spot" with your songs, Nancy. __ r, ,o"Two seats toHave a beat: gether( near the middle," or "Have you four on the left?" is what Claude Thomas hears ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1942

Company A Leads Corps In Contest Cadets of Six Companies Stage Annual Competitive Drill at Grays' Armory Company A of the John Marshall High School Corps of Cadets won the competitive drill staged Friday a week ago at Grays' Armory when six companies of cadets maneuvered in the annual contest. Headed by Captain George Cooper, the winning group scored 95 points out of a possible 100 points, while Company F made 93; Company D, 91; Company B, 90.5; Company E, 90.3; and Company C, 90 points. Grades on Appearance Judges graded appearance of person, arms, clothing, posture, steadiness, and correct inspection and order arms, whioh counted twenty-five points. Stationary manual of arms from closed ranks on completion of inspection valued twenty points. Offers Thirty Points In company mass, using mass commands, demonstrating marching manual of arms, obligue march, halt, by the right on left flank, and to the rear offered thirty points. In calisthenic formation, demonstrating two exercises in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 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 {INTERNATIONAL^ HP Member, Southern Irterscholastic 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, 18/9. Editors-in-Chief Mary Carter, Arthur Palmer Business Managers Beth Rose, Jean Cook, Martha Hawkins, Mae Silverman News Editor ••• •• • j'^? ora U i Copy Editors. .Lawrence Brown, 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 -Betty Lee Collins Circulation Manager ...» Thomas Herrmann Photograph Editor .. Manuel Lipsitz Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. • Joe Baroody, John Gravatt,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1942

May 29, 1942 Th* mum ||mim|iii"iii||ii||| II" 11ll 1111 !!!! 11 !!! 11 11111111 oMiiilgl y By RAYMOND HOLMES and HAROLD POWELL Well, Marshallites, we have completed another round of sports, and I think we have been successful in all of them. We saw a football team bearing the blue and white colors win the State championship for the second straight year. This was a team we were all mighty proud of. They extended their streak of ''unscored on" to seventeen games before Maury High of Norfolk cashed in ,for two touchdowns in the first half. Jayem had to come from behind to win that game, but they did it. Teejay put up quite a battle before she fell 6 to 0. Playing from the T formation, they fooled the Justices for the first half but were unable to score. Then that stalwart Justice line charged and charged hard. One of the Presidents' numerous fumbles was grabbed up by Beal Montague, who dashed for a touchdown. This ended another undefeated season and stretched Jayem's record to 19 won, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1942

Page Four J. M. Faculty Take Part sjiagggßjSigs&gggggff^^ r I , V ' llf B \ jflfs sb jJ| ■ jh ■ft : 'peja'-j- a-^pojaJatK' By ANN McNEILL Wanna know what's featuring? Today we're going to sling a few words in the direction of two fruity personages who might even be classed as typical MarshalLites. The first is Virginia Mason who definitely has her points. Shoots Breeze ing the breeze—talking, to you—but most people don't mind her whooping it up, especially Mason style. She's a whiz at shin cracking. Any place is hoytoytoy as long as it has a strictly smooth orchestra, oodles of stags, amd a floor as polished as a mirror—that's for Mason. Any time you see an easy going gal trucking, leaping, or bouncing down <the hall—it's just Virginia. She has more energy on the hoof than enough. During the football season, Virginia was one of the nimblest of the nimble cheerleaders. You almost have to be triple jointed to do some of the twists and leaps that cheerleaders go ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1942

L Students Walk, Ride ™ Bicycles, Cars to Schools; ( Help Uncle Sam and Allies To Keep 'Em Rolling. Vol. XVI. Youth Needs To Be Hard, Says Head Superintendent Urges Sacrifice and Soldier-like Attitude in Daily Life "High school boys and girls of today need not only physical hardness, but also moral strength. They need to be willing to do hard tasks. They need in these times of high prices to be willing to do without things and to go the hard way instead of the easy way, declared Superintendent Jesse H. Binford last Monday a week ago. Encourages Walking Mr. Binford suggested that all high school students walk to school, even if they would have to get up earlier, and in some cases, walk two or three miles. He pointed out that Walking is the best kind of exercise and that it would not only keep students off the crowded street cars and busses but also be a valuable aid to their physical fitness. "I wish the coming generation would grow up as hard as nails physically. The Japs are that w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1942

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET CIMTEIWATIONAp (MembferT* EST Mmi M 1941-42) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postothce at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chiej R. Conrad Lilly, James E. Rayhorn Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer News Editor Beth Walker Copy Editors Bluma Kafka, Phyllis Davis, Alice Landi Art Editor Rose Minkoff Fashion Editor Margaret Smith Photograph Editor Claude Thomas Radio Editors Phyllis Burnette, Audrey Davis Sports Editors Ralph Alston, Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Louise Bryant, Nancy Crank Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Editor Mary Frances Miller Music Editor Virginia Cowardin Personality Editor Sylvi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1942

September 25, 1942 Blue and White Faces Winston-Salem Today By ALSTON, FAISON, AND MOODY JUSTICES TO HAVE TWO NEW COACHES Under the leadership of head coach A 1 Hawkins, former Suffolk mentor, and assistant coach Howard Mast, the J. M. gridders have been rapidly getting in shape for their first game against WinstonSalem High at Jayem Field today. ** * * In the initial practice August 31, nearly eighty candidates reported, among them lettermen, Ray Gash, Jack Ittner, Beal Montague, Ray Marshall, "Hooks" Johnson, Bobby McWhorter, Raymond Lett, and "Yippy" Collier. Coach Hawkins said that in Suffolk High School there were hardly that many boys in the student body. ** * * To get the squad in tip-top condition as early as possible, heavy practices were held from 10:00 to 12:00 and again from 2:30 to 4:30 every day until school opened. During the first week, the squad spent most of the time in exercises, with Assistant Coach Mast leading the gridders in duck-waddling and taking laps aroun...

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