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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1942

Page Four ')■ Quctict By LOUISE BRYANT & ■ It seems as if summer vacations stepped right in and played a leading role in the life of many Justices this year. Yp* Wnr«P Blond ' b!ue * eyed Le " M tJSj 11Urati nora Watts began working and studying under doctor's orders for an x-ray technician. "It's the most interesting work I've ever known," said Lenora. "I worked at St. Luke's, and it r was wonderful working with people to get them well." f • . . rwi j Richard LiieUtCTlClTlt 1 ravels (Chandler is all smiles, chuckles, and memories after having a rare time traveling through aLI states north and west of "good ol' Virginny." "I had such a good time up North and out West I wouldn't mind being a part time Yankee or Westerner," laughed the dark-haired ilieutenant of Company B. But with all seriousness Chandler realized that 'these United States are great and worth fighting for. * A || |~i /yi There s one An All-out Effort th - ng all Marshallites know well—that we have a job t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1942

Roosevelt Asks Schools for Help R~ « Hp;^ v yf- •• |flH Hp jJm —Courtesy Virginia Journal. THROUGH EDUCATION—VICTORY Speaking to the National Institute on Education and War, the last of August, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said, "Our schools, public and private, have always been molds in which we have cast the kind of life we wanted. Today what we want is victory, and beyond victory a world in which free men may fulfill their aspirations So we turn again to our educators and ask them to help us mold men and women who can fight through to victory. We ask that every schoolhouse become a service center for the home front. And we pray that our young people in the schools and in the colleges will learn the wisdom and forbearance and patience needed by men and women of good will who seek to bring to this earth a lasting peace." Co-Captains Urge Physical Fitness *t .jijljl j!l, mm 1 w* « - M iflH ■■» • ••' IB -•»- A- '' ; im *.| am «. s t % i 11111111111 —Courtesy Richmond Newspaper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1942

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. GARY STREET CINTEWUTIONAU pigl \J/Ff (Memberf esr WI»ZI )1941-42) 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. Editorj-in-Chief R. Coorad Lilly, James E. Rayhorn Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer Circulation Manager Buist Sasser 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1942

October 9, 1942 ' '^^^Sportscoo^^^^ By RALPH ALSTON JUSTICES GET OFF TO GOOD START A 1 Hawkins, the new coach at John Marshall, with a victory over Reynolds High School rated as one of the best in North Carolina, got off to a swell start in the '42 grid season. John Marshall was expected to win by four touchdowns and lived up to the experts' words, taking the game 31 to 6. ** * * FORMER COACH SEES GAME Dick Esleeck, former coach at J. M.. who established such a fine record while here, saw the game from the stands, something unusual for him. He is the owner of a bowling alley in Norfolk, but expects to see a lot of the Justices' games. ** * * Ray Marshall passing and George Smith receiving seems just the kind of an offense John Marshall needs to run up that score. In the game with Winston-Salem, Ray got off several long passes to Smith, who was always in the right spot, thus making long gains. George was downed on the one-yard stripe once, and on another he went over for a touchdown....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1942

Page Four CAPTAINS OF CORPS OF CADETS RECEIVE INSTRUCTIONS FROM NEW COMMANDANT —-» I If-- 4 mli jl oi|||||W #>|BBSWB'::: ,- \ mBBB' $WM&mg H1 9 >f x Hill X .?>J||§ g§Pafe : ' y#«|i; | 3|||||| <J|f J®|| JK~ I §g|||||M|te ;; m ||lllliy f I J|lf With already several months of meetings and drills behind them, the cadet captains are learning daily more new drills and maneuvers. Approximately 150 recruits, the largest number in many years, are drilling morning, noon and evening to* learn perfectly the drills they must know before entering the companies. Captain Brown stressed the fact that the cadet corps will welcome any new recruits that still want to enlist even at this late date. At the first Honor Court meeting Monday week ago in the armory, Captain Jimmy Wilkinson of Company C became president; »Captain Claude Thomas of Company B, vice president; Captain Carlyle Tiller of Company D, secretary; and Captain William Knight of Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1942

School Clubs Aid In War Effort; Help Community Fund; Fill Boxes for British Children. Vol. XVI No. 3 School To Establish Victory Corps Forum, Other Clubs Serve In Activities All Members Volunteer Aid to Community Fund; Red Cross Helps Britain Members of the Forum Club volunteered their services to the Richmond Community Fund week before last as a part of their war effort. Serving after school, the students reported to the headquarters in the Allison Building and did various tasks necessary to the successful promotion of the current campaign to refill Richmond's community chest. Fills Boxes for Britain Students and teachers of John Marshall cooperated with the Junior Red Cross in ifilling boxes for Britain the week of October 12-16. Approximately 90 boxes were filled and turned in. Since regulation Red Cross boxes were not available, British children will receive gifts packed in shoe boxes. Knives, socks, rubber balls, ribbons, pencils, puzzles, dolls —all will be sent to please some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 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 flfjTtmflnoHAi) \WF\ (Member ( ESl.||I 1921 )1941-42) 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 R. Conrad Lilly, James E. Rayhora Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer Circulation Manager Buist Sasser Nevis 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 Faiso,, Henry Moody Feature Editors Louise Bryant, Nancy Crank Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Editor Mary Frances Miller Music Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1942

October 23, 1942 March On! March On! March On to Victory! Make the Victory Corps a Success! All over the country secondary schools are organizing their classroom offerings, their extra-class activities, and their guidance and personnel programs to further the war effort. Two objectives of the high schools' wartime program to which the Victory Corps is related are: (1) Ihe training of youth for that war service that will come after they leave school; and (2) the active participation of youth in the community s war effort while they are yet in school. Ihe first seems closer to what goes on in school clossrooms and shops; the second to the out-of-class activities of students. The Victory Corps organization takes account of both. Whether curricular or extracurricular in character, the objectives of the high schools' wartime program which the Victory Corps will foster and promote are: 1. Guidance into critical services and occupations: To keep youth currently informed concerning the crit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1942

Page Four irrri, f . As our fathers, brothers, ffIEWWW and other loved ones y leave ns to do battle I with the enemy, onr struggle on the home front becomes more II vital. 'mw Let us. who are the tear on the curry OH. B fighters unti Victory is ours ! V *». Let's Go W AII Out" FOR VICTORY! THE MONOCLE Application for General Membership in the VICTORY CORPS / Date I, Name Grade Age School hereby make application for general membership in the Victory Corps. In making this application I pledge myself, if accepted for membership, to strive to be worthy of wearing the insignia of the Victory Corps, I will efficiently perform any community war service within the limits of my ability and experience; and I will diligently seek to prepare myself for future service whether in the armed forces, ir war production, or in essential civil occupations. In evidence of my present qualifications for general membership in the Victory Corps, I submit the following statement of my program of studies and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1942

October 23, 1942 Justices Take Field Against Granby Today Beale Montague Tries Hand Coaching Benedictine Juniors "We have a coach among us!" exclaimed a proud Marshallite who ha-d learned that Beale Montague, a guard on the Justices' undefeated football team of last year, had taken over the reigns of the Benedictine High School's junior varsity football team. Beale, who is still attending John Marshall to get the three history courses required for his entrance to V. P. 1., had hoped to hold down one of the guard positions on. the Big Blue team again this year, but John Marshall officials ruled him ineligible. Coaching comes to him naturally, By RALPH ALSTON JUNIOR VARSITY REPLACES B TEAM Last season John Marshall's B team experienced a very poor season, failing to win a game. This year it was announced that there would be no B team formed. However, a Junior Varsity was organized coached by Assistant coaches "Tommy" Thompson and Howard Mast. The difference 'between the Junior Varsity...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1942

Page Six Senior Politicians Stage 'Front Porch' Campaign By LOUISE BRYANT *» ■ 19 It seems as if there's something doing or something brand new around these good old halls of Jayem all the time. Well, just you look and see. Clicks Camera ™e attractive blond in the J. M. office (Now, boys!) who greets you with a mighty sweet smile and who is by name, Miss Constance King, has a brand new hoibby. Taking "kodacolor" snapshots is this new pastime of Miss King's that turns out the loveliest pictures you've ever seen. "I've taken only a few," said Miss King. "They're so expensive I can hardly afford the hobby." On the last working day of the three single secretaries of Mr. James C. Harwood, Miss King gayly snapped a picture of the three before one took the fatal (?) step of matrimony. This picture is considered a treasure as now the principal has two secretaries single and one who sports a "Mrs." to her name. SellsXßecords "] g « an I of music with no kidding about it," laughed Anne Mayo, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1942

To Emphasize Education For Free Men National Week To Begin November 8; Dr. Lancaster To Speak Before Seniors Plans for observance of Education Week, to be celebrated Nov--8-M, are being made by ■tees, and newspaper and ; M[>nly provide* to parents X Knowledge of what stu--1 i doing, but will also stress , Wssity to students of staying and keeping up with their ! .K as a part of education for HKnen here. Dabney Lancaster, state superinof Virginia schools, will speak assembly on the Victory Corps Monday. W Dr. Wilson Speaks "Building Strong Bodies" wiM be the theme of a talk by Dr. R. M. Wilson, of the Medical College of Virginia, to the cadets next Tuesday. He will illustrate his lecture with slides. Members of the public speaking classes will preside over junior and sophomore assemblies Wednesday and Friday, November n and 13. Thursday, November 12, parents and friends are asked to have tea with the faculty in the library immediately after school from 3:3010 4.:30. Forum ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 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 CIHTERNATIOHAO 3PI (Mc " ibcr ts " 92l — 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 R. Conrad Lilly, James E. Rayhorn Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer Circulation Manager Buist Sasser News Editor Beth Walker Copy Editors Bluma Kafka, Phyllis Davis, Alice Landi Art Editor Rose MinkoS 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 Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1942

November 6, 1942 J. M. Meets Alexandria in Night Game There R y RALPH ALSTON Coach Hawkins was well satisfied with the refereeing in the game with Granby. It was in exact contrast to the Glass game when so many penalties were called against John Marshall. An illustration of the concern for the players felt by the officials was the time Jack McCoombs, J. M. guard, was injured. The referee called for a substitution. Jack waved the substitute back and wanted to stay in the game. The referee seeing that he was hurt ordered him off and the substitute came in. ** * * ITTNER AS A FULLBACK For two and a half years Jack Ittner held down a tackle spot for the Justices, winning many laurels, acclaimed and praised by all for his great play during that time. Then just before the Granby game, Coach Hawkins, feeling the need for more power in the backfield, shifted Jack to that spot. Although there was some rumor of such a move earlier in the season, it came as a surprise to me and undoubtedly to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1942

Page Four Jayem Military Men Make Fine Showing ® JC'iBy NANCY CRANK & B m Hi ho, Justices! I really have some ideal 'Marshallites to tell you about. Just you listen. o• 1 TO7I 1 One of the Simply a Whiz fine!t violinist I've ever heard is our own Marshallite, John Branch, who can really make a violin talk, and I'm not exaggerating! This concert master of the orchestra knows all the angles of the violin, and I bet every Marshallite agrees with me on that after hearing him play so magnificently in assembly this week. Have any of you Justices noticed John's violin? Well, if you haven't you surely must see it, because it is about two hundred years old. John inherited his violin from his great-great grandfather. My, isn't that something to be proud of! Yes, yes, he's really a whiz, too! Besides this, John is a photographer and a mighty good one, too. He develops the pictures himself, an activity which he claims is ilots of fun. In fact, this blond-haired senior with the cutes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1942

John Marshall Corps oi Cadets in Review Before Governor, UI.OOO Fans National Honor Society Inducts New Members; School Observes Armistice Day, Entire School Attends. Vol. XVI No. 5 Honor Group Inducts 29 Into Society President Says Service, Scholarship, Leadership, Character, Necessary Traits With soft music, blue-robed shadowy figures, and flickering candles, the John Marshall Chapter of the National Honor Society held its induction service last Monday in the senior assembly. The new members filed on to the stage following the old members who carried lighted candles. Audrey Davis outlined four requirements needed by members of the society. Scholarship, leadership, character, and service were portrayed by four old members, who told briefly what is meant by these attributes. Twenty-nine new members were led through the arch formed in the light of the huge National Honor Society key. As they passed the arch, they had their candles lighted and received a blue and gold ribbon. Members ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 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 <IIHTEPNATIONAD FIJGJ 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 R. Conrad Lilly, James E. Rayhorn Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer Circulation Manager * Buist Sasser 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 Brjiant. Nancy Crank Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Editor Mary Frances Miller Music Editor Virginia Cowardi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1942

November 20, 1942 Justices To Play Petersburg Thanksgiving gg4» WL - TMM| HB - . iM jy By RALPH ALSTON NEXT GAME ENDS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE After the game with Petersburg next Thursday, John Marshall will have completed another successful year of football. After two magnificent years during which the John Marshall football team established such great records, the new coach, A 1 Hawkins, is leading the team through another great season. Basketball is next in line for J. M. athletes. We hope that Coach Hawkins will do the job of the former fine coach, Phess Woodson, as he so capably did for Dick Esleeck. ** * * ON TO PETERSBURG The government has asked us to go easy on our tires to help win the war. It has also reminded us of the crowded conditions of the railroads because of troop movements and other war needs. Because of this, the schools have not been encouraging large crowds for out-of-town football games. So next Thursday, instead of wearing out your tires on a trip to Petersburg, tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1942

Page Four Company Commanders, Sweethearts Have 'Their Day' Cadet Captains Introduce Sponsors To Their Companies ATTENTION! Stepping out with their best foot forward to do all honor and glory to this term's company sweethearts, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets made a gala appearance last Wednesday a week ago on the school athletic field in observing Sponsor Day. Faces bright, eyes beaming, and smiles that would melt any cadet's heart, the sponsors, gayly clad in dresses of their company colors and each wearing chevrons equal to her captain's rank, were formally introduced by their captains to their respective companies. (Leading the Staff with Cadet-Major James E. Rayhorn was Beth Walker, sporting a red princess dress with yellow and white stitches, as she was introduced to the cadets in the staff and the corps officers. "Oh, I'm so happy I don't know what to say, and I am just as proud of the Staff and corps as I can be," smiled Beth Walker. "I certainly am proud to be First Captai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1942

Sugar Plums, War Bonds In Your Stockings and Mistletoe over Your Heads. Vol. XVI No. 6 Corps To Hold Winter Ball At Armory Band To Open Gala Affair i With Concert; Traditional Figure Marks High Spot John Marshall's Corps of Cadets will hold the annual Christmas ball next Wednesday night at the Blues Armory. After a concert by the cadet band, the officers of the corps and their partners will form the traditionally beautiful figure in the presence of the assembled companies. Bert Repine and his orchestra will furnish the music for the occasion. Mr. James C. Harwood, Principal of John Marshall, the Thomas Jefferson and Benedictine cadet officers, their dates, and the military officials which made the dance possible are among the guests who will be present. "We are going to try to make this one of the nicest affairs the corps has had in years/' said the Commandant, Captain Earle L. Brown, speaking for the corps. The cadets and their figure dates participating in the affair this year fol...

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