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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 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 (INTCPNATIONAD H (Member jf' f\ E5t.1921) jggpP 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-Chitt R- Conrad Lilly, James E. Rayhorn Business Managers . John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Marjorie Spencer Circulation Manager Buist Sasser Nevis Editor • • ••• •• Beth Walker Copy Editors i Bluma Kafka Ali«e Landi Art Editor -Ro»e Minkpff Fashion Editor Margaret Smith Photograph Editor ••• • • !? U j e 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 Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1942

December 18, 1942 4 jy By RALPH ALSTON Thanksgiving Day, 1942 saw the third of three great John Marshall elevens in succession end a glorious season, two coached by Dick Esleeck and one by A 1 Hawkins. In twenty-eight games covering three seasons, the Blue and White team has never gone down, sometimes wavering, sometimes bent, but never broken. No matter how tough the foe or how slim the chance of victory they have always come through. Although most of the old players will be gone, J. M. will still be here, so will the Justices, and Coach Hawkins, too, and they are all on the spot. May they not, however, look to the past, except with pride, but to the future, and may that future be bright. ** * * Below is the record of the J. M. team for the past three years; WON LOST TIED *1940 10 O O *1941 9 o o 1942 7 o 2 •Years in which championship was won by J. M. ~* * * * It has been my privilege to be at J. M. during each of these seasons. Here is my opinion of the outstanding play during ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1942

Page Four fc* ■ K3 \ QucUci By NANCY CRANK ** ■ *» We ". In > b*k again, Justices, and not too soon. I think I had better put you on your guard for a certain little sophomore by the name of Gloria Morrison who is really quite a gal! Want to know her hobby? Now, wait a minute; don't faint. She collects locks of hair! 1! That's right. She just goes around and clips anybody's hair, without the person's knowing it. This blond-haired girl says she has about twenty locks of hair, but she especially likes black wavy hair. "Once I almost scalped a boy because he jerked," remarked Gloria. So there, Justices., you'd better beware. Don't you think? ■wr rr Boy, oh boy, girls, Your Hero here u , handsome hero at last! Yes, yes, he's plenty o.k. It's Joe Hairfield, that cute lieutenant in E Company. One good thing, you sweet innocent belles, he's simply crazy about girls. However, his favorite subject is public speaking. Oh, by the way, he is really easy to please, because he likes eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1943

February Graduates Have Exercises for First Time In the School's History; 255 Marshallites Participate. Vol. XVI No. 7 Mid-Winter Class Has Graduation 255 Students Are First At John Marshall To Have February Commencement February graduates will have their own commencement exercises this year, for the first time, on February 5, in the John Marshall High School Auditorium. Many students, who after February will enter the armed forces, presented a petition to Mr. Jesse H. Binford, through the student association and Mr. James C. Harwood, asking to be allowed to receive their diplomas. Their request was granted, and 255 Marshallites will participate in the ceremony. Guza To Enter Army From the class of '43, eighteen boys will enter the service. David "Jeep" Friedman, star of the basketball team, Robert Guza, F Company captain, Billy Knight, A Company captain, Ellett Thompson, Joseph Hogg, Edwin Hawkins, Daniel Canter, Mason Gornell, Joe Arithony, Julian McCarthy, Raymond Petitjean, Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1943

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 <!IWTEBNATIOfiS3 xSS (Member! Jf _ )e s t !921) Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postotfice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Lditors-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, 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 Moodv Feature Editors Louise Bryant, Nancy Crank Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Editor Mary Frances Miller Music Editor Vir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1943

January 15, 1943 J. M. Plays Granby Tonight, Maury Saturday ''^FsportscoojT^^^ By RALPH ALSTON BASKETBALL TAKES SPOTLIGHT With both the hockey and the football seasons completed, sports interests at John Marshall will be centered on basketball. Under Coach A 1 Hawkins, the boys have been practicing basketball since before the holidays and have already seen action, though not in a league contest. Under Miss Elizabeth Cardwell, the girls, too, have got-' under way. Both teams use the Wythe gymnasium, however, and they have to work a schedule whereby each team can practice. Tito Crescioli, sixteen-year-old sophomore from East End Junior High School, is showing up well in practice. Tito is an all-round good sport and will be a great help to J. M.'s basketball team while he is here. * St * * FOOTBALLERS COME OUT Many of the boys out for basketball were on the football team, either as regulars or as members of the Junior Varsity. These include George Smith, "Bus" Giovanetti, "Jeep" Friedm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1943

Page Four QuqUCI By LOUISE BRYANT & 1® Well, after having dear old Santa treat you in just the right way, I'm back to give a bit more justice to some Justices who are really doing things and going places these days. . . And speaking of going places . . . Indiana bound Bobby , Ll 7?' a mighty likable chap, left the old hometown during the holidays to go visiting way out west to Indiana. Wearing the uniform of a J. M. cadet himself, Bobby's first desire was to visit the Culver Military Academy, whose corps of cadets rank among the nation's best high school cadet corps. "It gives you a mighty good feeling to stand on the grounds of a school like Culver and knowjyou're a part of a school second to only that," said Bobby. "Somehow I feel our corps of cadets rank pretty close to first place with Culver," added the cadet with a wink. Yes-sir-e-e, we think so too Bobby. At least, our cadets have first place in our hearts! Out To Collect 0h , her f s a girl whose heart delights i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 February 1943

Room 209 Leads Bond Sales; First Editor at Casablanca; Seniors Collect 1,400 Books; First February Graduation. Vol. XVI No. 8 237 Graduates Get Diplomas In February Rev. T. C. Sanders Offers Invocation; Dr. Miller Presents Certificates Two hundred and thirty-seven graduates received their diplomas last Friday night in the first February commencement in the history of the school, with Principal James C. Harwood presiding. Following the salute to the flag and the National Anthem, Rev. James C. Sanders, Jr., pastor of Byrd Park Methodist Church, offered the annual invocation. The class and audience then sang the commencement hymn, "O God, Our Help in Ages Past". Before the delivery of diplomas, the John Marshall High School choir, under the direction of Mr. Charles Troxell, sang "The Nightingale" and "Beautiful Saviour". Dr. Roshier W. Miller, chairman of the City School Board, presented the diplomas to the graduates by rows. The orchestra played "The New Moon" by Sigmund Romberg, "I H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 February 1943

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 fETHi /v#* 1 Scn^s >\ (Member \ W H Est. 1921) 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 James E. Rayhorn, Alice R. Landi Business Managers.... John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, John Spivey Circulation Managers ..Claiborne Whitworth, John Spivey News Editors Dotte Jones, Katherine Thames Copy Editors Robert Gatewood, Dorothy Heider, Clarence Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis. Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Prpctor, Gloria Conte Art Editor ...Martha Taylor Fashion Editor Margaret Smith Photograph Editor •...... • .Calvin Lucy Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 February 1943

February 12, 1943 Justices Engage St. Christopher's Tomorrow By GILBERT FAISON DO YOU REMEMBER? Last December Coach A 1 Hawkins was counting on four Justice mainstays, Captain "Jeep" Friedman, Ray Marshall, George Smith, and Raymond Cash to carry the burden during the basketball season. One by one they dropped out of school to join the armed forces or to await their draft call, the result—a team of midgets. Marshall dropped out during December to join the Navy before practice began. Then, after the season opened, Captain Friedman received his draft papers. iSmith and Cash followed in quick succession, George joined the Navy, and Ray dropped basketball to await his call into the Army. ** * * LACK OF HEIGHT IS PROBLEM Coach Hawkins has been substituting frequently among his midgets to find a winning combination. They seem to have the speed and accuracy but lack the height that is valuable in playing the backboards and jumps. We have heard the far and wide cry of Coach A 1 in his hunt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 February 1943

Page Four Lieutenant Boyd Helps Find Rickenbacker By GLORIA CONTfi and BETTY PROCTOR tti ■ Gatewood, Solid —>and can he jive! That, Marshallites, is a perfect description of Robert Gatewood, known by his friends as "Gatie". No matter when or where you see "Gatie", he is always smilin'. Drama is his favorite subject. He's in Company B of the corps of cadets. Copy editor is Robert's position of The Monocle staff, and he "likes it swell". Swimming, playing tennis, and bicycle riding are a few of his favorite sports. "Gatie's" main hobby is collecting "crazy" signs for his bedroom. "Men Working Overhead" is his prize sign, iand he has it hung over his bed. Captain Jo A tea " y * scintillating personality is Jo Garnett, curly-headed captain of Company C of the 'Victory Corps. Jo likes dancing (especially jitterbuggin'), swimming, and horseback riding. She can really plow through the waves when she goes swimming. Living near the Potomac River for eleven years made her a good sw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 February 1943

'lolanthe' Here in March; Pupils To Broadcast News; Eleven Homerooms 100%; Graduates Remain at J. M. Vol. XVI No. 9 Pupils Hailed For Special War Activities "Liberty" Brick Awarded Students and Teachers On Mount Vernon Broadcast Virginia school children received congratulations from Governor Colgate W. Darden, Jr. and other statesmen and educators for their "unswerving allegiance to their country," during the broadcast last Monday from Mount Vernon commemorating Washington's birthday and emphasizing mobilization for victory. Governor Darden awarded the "Liberty" brick, an original brick from Independence Hall, Philadelphia, to teachers and pupils in recognition of the work they have done to help assure a speedy and complete victory for their nation and its allies. Schools Listen All schools in the State were asked by Mr. Dabney S. Lancaster, State Superintendent of 'Public Instruction, to remain open and have the broadcast as one of the morning's activities. Four members of the Mono...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 February 1943

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 f INTEHKATIONALi) (Member (* Jf f) Est. 1921 j 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 James E. Rayhorn, Alice R. Landi Business Managers John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, John Spivey Circulation Managers Claiborne Whitworth, John Spivey News Editors ' Dotte Jones, Katherine Thames Copy Editors Robert Gatewood, Dorothy H eider, Clarence Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis. Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Proctor Gloria Conte Art Editor .Martha Taylor Fashion Editor Margaret Smith Photograph Editor ••••"••• Calvin Lucy Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 February 1943

February 26, 1943 J, M. To Clash with Central District Champ By HENRY MOODY TRACK TO TAKE SPORT LIGHT With the last basketball game coming off tonight, the one against Teejay, attention is rapidly turning toward the forming and development of a new track team. Replacing .such stars as Tommy Valentine, Clyde McAllister, Jimmy Rayhorn, and Bill Traylor is the major problems that confronts Coach Thompson in his effort to form a top ranking team. Only one letterman, Captain Jack Ittner, and three reserves from last year—Buchanan and Stuart, milers, and Spicer, who threw the javelin, reported to the first practices last week. ** * * TRACK MEETS CANCELLED Because of transportation difficulties many of the important annual meets held by high schools were cancelled. Three important meets which affect John Marshall are the state meet at Charlottesville, the Southern Conference Indoor Meet at Chapel Hill, and the Duke Invitational at Duke University. Many other schools are expected to cancel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 February 1943

Page Four Former Staff Members jC'i- juU By GLORIA CONTE and BETTY PROCTOR «i ■ Brown Eyes^ a / io " Cl> " ier '' J big brown eyes are always sparkling and laughing. One look at those luscious peepers brings out the cave man in the boys. Besides pretty eyes, Marion has a super personality. I guess we could call it a magnetic personality by the way she seems to draw people to her. Marion occupies herself on Saturdays by working in a local department store. When she isn't working, she's talking on the telephone. That is her favorite pastime. Bowling and taking long walks are Marion's pet sports. When she goes walking she likes to wade in creeks (in the summer, of course!). "I love picnics, too," Marion said with the usual sparkle in her eyes. Curls Galore ° ur msle pe ™ n " ality is a curlyheaded brunette who belongs to Company B of the corps of cadets. He's super! He's a wow! Girls just look at his 'beautiful brown locks with envy. Can you guess who he is? Yep! Cecil Farme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 March 1943

Monocle Celebrates Birthday; Graduate Awarded Medal; Student Buys SIO,OOO Bond; Lux Home from Panama. Vol. XVI No. 10 The Monocle Celebrates 14th Birthday Began March 1, 1929 As Weekly Paper; Frank McCarthy First Editor While the world goes on in its fight on the land, in the air, and on the sea, The Monocle carries on into its fourteenth year. It was born on March I, 19 2 9 an( l the sponsor does not recall whether the month came in like a lamb or a lion. Frank McCarthy, the first editor of the paper, is now a lieutenant-colonel on the staff of General George C. Marshall and went as a member of the official presidential party to the Casablanca conference. First Issue, Six Pages The first paper, which had six pages and came out every week, was much smaller than today's Monocle since it had only five columns. The third page dealt entirely with theaters while the fourth and fifth pages were the sports sheets. The second page contained letters of encouragement from teachers and persons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 March 1943

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929J Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET <INTEah"TIOhAr) _ —' 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, 1579. Editors-in-Chief James E. Rayhorn, Alice R. Landi Business Managers John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, John Spivey Circulation Managers Claiborne Whitworth, John Spivey Nevjs Editors Dotte Jones, Katherine Thames Copy Editors Robert Gatewood, Dorothy Heider, Clarence Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis, Mary Cox. Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Proctor, Gloria Conte Art Editor .Martha Tayjor Fashion Editor Margaret Smith Photograph Editor • • •••••••• Calvin Lucy Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe Dot Haile Alumni Editor -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 March 1943

March 12, 1943 Annual Five Star Meet Set For Next Week By GILBERT FAISON AN ARGUMENT FOR BASEBALL It doesn't seem logical that a school as large as John Marshall should not be represented in baseball. John Marshall could find competition in the game with Thomas Jefferson, St. Christopher's, and Benedictine to form a city school league, as well as play schools in the Central District. A number of boys would go out for the team if only the school offered them the chance by reinstating the Ail-American sport. In weather below freezing, twentythree boys of Company B of the cadets turned out for practice to organize a ball team. With this love for the sport evident, surely John Marshall could put a team on the field that would be respected. ** * * J A YEM WAS CRIPPLED Another reason for the big margin of the Thomas Jefferson court victory over the Justices has come to light. Three of the Justice regulars had been sick during the week of the game, and one entered the game with an injured ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 March 1943

Page Four Superintendent Binford Praises Teachers Jt'* SU4-t By GLORIA CONTfi and BETTY PROCTOR # 4M ■ & Greetings, Marshallites, we bring you three scintillatin' personalities from the sophomore class! These sophs are re-tdly going places, so keep an eye on them! Meet"Sweetpea'™l' ih *J'^ 4^! Well, anyway he's 4J/2 feet tall and wears a size 4 1 /t shoe. He's Warren "tSweetpea" Dyson, a cadet in Company C of the corps of cadets. I believe he's just about the shortest in the company. Warren has a loyely crop of hair, girls, with 4 /zoo of the cutest cowlicks! Adding to his small features are a pair of piercing brown eyes and freckles which he "hasn't had time to count". He just came to J. M. from East End Junior High and his history teacher called the roll for three days before she found him. When she did, he was hidden from view by one of his classmates. "Sweetpea" says that John Marshall, the cadet corps, morning drill (hohum!), and girls are "O. K.'\ Algebra is his fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 March 1943

Room 202 Leads Bond Sales; Girls Victory Corps Thrives; Miss Hamner Stresses Health; Boys To Take V-12 Test. Vol. XVI No. 11 Girls Victory Corps Thrives At School Has Thirteen Companies From A to M; Appoints Captains and Lieutenants Girls in John Marshall are drilling regularly so that they may be physically fit for entrance to the Girls Victory Corps. They drill in the field under the direction of their officers and Miss Elizabeth Car dwell. There are thirteen companies of girls beginning with A and going through M. The captains and lieutenants are as follows: Company A Captain, Louise Beverly; first lieutenant, Lenora Watts; second lieutenant, Louise Pegram. Company B Captain, Ruth Chamberlain; first lieutenant, Jean Knight; second lieutenant, Gloria Conte. Company C Captain, Josie Garnett; first lieutenant, Mary Messer; second lieutenant, Margaret Priddy. Company D v Captain, Delores Connelly; first 'lieutenant, Jean Spangler; second lieutenant, Ercelle Blackburn. Company E Capta...

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