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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 March 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 n (INTERNATIONAL) Member, Southern Intersckolastic 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. Ray horn, 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, Mary Cox, Margaret Reid. , Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Proctor, Gloria Conte Art Editor Martha Taylor Fashion Editor SWv? D ahn Photograph Editor • •••••••" vin „ u - ( i y Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile Alumni Editor ;...

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

March 26, 1943 Coach Arnold Pleads for Tennis Enthusiasts By HENRY MOODY HOME COMING WEEK Last week seemed to be Home Coming Week as many Marshallites, who have entered the armed forces, returned to their beloved alma mater. Among these were Ray Marshall, one of John Marshall s greatest football backs, and basketball player, Yippv Collier, Raymond Lett, and Bobby McWhorter, teammates. John Marshall is represented in several states by former athletes. Jacksonville, Florida Apprentice Seamen George Smith and Raymond Cash, football stars. Bainbridge, Maryland Apprentice Seamen Marshall, Collier, and Lett. Parris Island, S. C. —Marine Tommy Valentine, football and track star. Camp Swift, Texas —Private Bus Giovanetti, eager and footballer. Kessler Field, Mississippi—David "Jeep" Friedman, outstanding basketballer. ** * * ALUMNI HONORED Irvin J. Chasen, former Marshallite and football star under former Coach Dave Miller, was honored by the Washington Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni A...

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

Page Four facUci By GLORIA CONTE and BETTY PROCTOR 461 ■ 19» She can dance and she can jive, She's a gal that's really alive; With laughs and jokes and stuff, Here she is—Miss Barnes—shore 'nuff! Yep, Jeanne Barnes and if you know Jeanne —there are now words to describe her. Let's just say her personality, that cute face, and her ability to jive, are all su-per! She loves to boogie, and her favorite pastime is putting nickels in juke boxes, all the time sipping a Pepsi-Cola. "I had some spare time before I became a senior," Jeanne laughed when asked how she spent her leisure hours, "and I spent that designing dresses. Before the war, I planned to go to William and Mary, but now that idea lias been shot to pieces." This low senior is "nuts" about cats (the four-legged ones, I mean), her favorite being her Persian kitten. I wouldn't suggest trying to make anytime with Jeanne. I think she's pretty well filled up! (Get it?) Cute? Yes.' He ! s , cutie! He (meaning Jack Keith) is bound to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 April 1943

Jefferson's Birthday April 13; Quill and Scroll Initiation; Pan-American Celebration; Cadet Contest Results. Vol. XVI No. 12 Quill, Scroll Accepts 18 New Members Alice Landi, President, Presides, Explains Traits Needed for Membership Girls dressed in white and boys in their best suits, carrying flags of allied countries, became members of the International Quill and Scroll Chapter last Wednesday a week ago in the junior assembly. These boys and girls were chosen, because of their worthy citizenship, good scholarship, and good work in journalism. Old Members Light Candles Alice Landi, president of the chapter and co-editor of The Monocle, lighted the candle of Truth; James Rayhorn, co-editor of The Monocle, the candle of Friendship; John Funhouser, the candle of Leadership: Gene Harrison, business manager of The Monocle,.made glow the candle of culture. Dorothy Heider„ lighted the candle of Opportunity; Jack Sullivan, editor-in-chief of The Record , the candle of Initiative; and Mari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 April 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> 7 : j/N.O W M Jj Estl92 o 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. Editiyrt-in-Chief James E. Rayhorn, Alice R. Landi tsusiness Managers. .. .John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, John Spivey Circulation Managers Claiborne Whitworth, John Spivey Nev.s Editors Dotte Jones, Katherine Thames Copy Editors ....Robert Gatewood, Dorothy Heider, Clarence Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis, Mary Cox, Margaret Reid. Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Proctor, Gloria Conte Art Editor Martha Taylor Fashion Editor Sylvia Dahn Photograph Editor Calvin Lucy Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 April 1943

April 9, 1943 Track Team Meets T. J. in Opener Tomorrow By GILBERT FAISON THAT'S THE QUESTION What is happening to John Marshall's school patriotism, the will to see the Blue and White at the top in prep competition ? 1 his is a question mark in the minds of the coaches, for the coaches of the spring sports, tennis and track, have had a tough time influencing students to try out for the teams. ** * * INDIFFERENCE TO SPORTS John Marshall had a slim crowd of about forty boys to turn out for track, while the Teejay Presidents had more than a hundred boys reporting for the sport. Jayem's tennis coach, John Arnold, has had about ten boys to pick a tennis squad from when he should have had at least fifty. Is it the lack of interest in the sports, or is it a case of severe spring fever? ** * * ABSENCE OF SPECTATORS Although our basketball record was better than average, more games might have been won if Jayem students had come to watch the Blue and Whites play. What bunch of boys wouldn't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 April 1943

Page Four PRO and CON By BETTY PROCTOR and GLORIA CONTE Hear ye! Hear ye!. We hereby christen our column Pro and Con, Pro for Proctor; the Con for Conte Please don't think it means for and against. Well, Marshallites, how do you like it? Pup's Paradhe^l^ p ; : here Pal," cried Louise Maxie of 301W, but there came no reply because they were all toy dogs sitting on a whatnot chest. On these shelves, there are more than 200 toy dogs of different sizes and colors. There are vicious bull-dogs, fuzzy poodles, terriers, Scotties, and ,«anv other species of the canine race. Have you a Dachshund in your collection, Louise ? Louise said that each of her dogs has a name. These dogs are named for her friends, places from where they came, and other dogs. Strange, huh? These dogs came from every corner of the world are given to Louise by her friends. She has been collecting these miniatures since she was three years old. Quite a collection, Louise. Let us know when you get 1,000 pups on your shel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1943

Alumni Win Recognition; Captains Present Sponsors; 24 Honor Society Initiates; J. M. Honors Jefferson. Vol. XVI No. 13 J. M. Honors Jefferson's 200thBirthday Cadets, Seniors Have Special Assembly Program; Classes Gave Talks, and Reviews Among the many exercises and programs to celebrate Thomas Jefferson's 200 th birthday, while President Roosevelt was dedicating the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, were a special program at the cadet assembly, a program conducted by the journalism class in 104, and similar programs by other classes, on Tuesday two weeks ago. The assembly program, which was attended by cadets and seniors, consisted of 'talks recognizing Jefferson as a statesman, an architect, and an inven- ' tor. The talks were given by Margaret Reid, Robert Gatewood, and Roderick Miller. Jefferson, the Inventor Some of the inventionPhientioned by Robert Gatewood in his talk about Jefferson as an inventor included the modern revolving chair, the street-car door, and a portable copyi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1943

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PUNTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL) RRI. Spl jf J^\tst.l9Zl) Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the pretoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. iditor,-in-Chief ...James E. Rayhorn, Alice R. Landi business Manager,.... John Gravatt, Gene Harrison, Tohn Sp vey Circulation Managers Claiborne Whitworth, JohnSpivey Aj,ant Editors Dotte Tones, Katherine Thames Copy Editors ....Robert Gatewood, Dorothy Heider, Clarence Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis, Mary S^'£ M Z mßdd : Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Fashion Editor Lucy • ''''' Xlan " Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs... ...Robert Buchanan, Raymond Mustian, Arthur Pleasants, Louise Glasco, Patsy Guild, Shirley Shacklef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1943

< April 22, 1943 J, M. To Run in Tidewater Meet Saturday By HENRY MOODY A GOAL TO FIGHT FOR It is customary for the tennis team to receive numerals, but an unconfirmed report has it that if the netters win all their matches and , are .invited to the .District Tournament they will deserve letters and might receive them. ** * * HORNE, VETERAN Mac Home, promising young tennis player, began his tennis career at eight years of age in Panama. Traveling with his father, Second Lieutenant M. T. Home, Sr., Mac went to Honolulu in 1936; and it was there he improved his game, playing with sons of officers at Fort Rueger. Despite the fact that Mac lost his first matches in competitive ranks, 6-1, 6-4, to Shelton Horsley of the Saints, Coach Arnold still respects his ability and believes that Mac will beat the Saint ace before the season ends. ** * * r INQUIRIES ABOUT BASEBALL It seems that many of the former Marshallites, who participated in athletics at John Marshall and about the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1943

Page Four PRO and CON By BETTY PROCTOR and GLORIA CONTfi 27 Little Chicks one girl around school this year is Carolyne Lewis, who now has a victory garden all her own, but who spends most of her weekends entertaining soldiers and sailors at the U. S. O. Club. "My garden is fairly large," said Carolyne when asked about her garden. "We planted peas, potatoes, and a lot of tomatoes. Of course we haven't finished digging yet." "We have, also, twenty-seven little chicks," smiled the dark-haired senior. "They are the cutest things that I think I've ever laid my eyes on." "I know it's not news to have a victory garden in these- times," con- tinued Carolyne, "and I don't expect any thanks for it. I know it is just one way we can help win this war." Traveling Soph I've been to Richmond, but I've been to almost every other place," exclaimed Margaret Wagner, a small sophomore of room 212W, when questioned about her extensive travels. Margaret came to Richmond week before last from Long Inland,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 May 1943

Need for Nurses Acute; Paper Drive Successful; War Bond Drive over Top; Student Association Elects. Vol. XVI No. 14 Nation Honors All Mothers On May 9 Members of J. M. Express Deep Devotion, Love, Care, For Mothers of Today The entire nation honored the mothers of America last Sunday in many different ways. "I think that celebrating Mothers' Day is a very fine 'thing because the mothers of our country are the persons who are holding our nation together," said Mr. James C. Harwood, Principal of John Marshall. Wants No Commercial Day Miss Jeffries Heinrich, sponsor of the senior class, said that she thinks Mothers' Day should be celebrated with alii the sentiments of the day, but she believes that the day should not be so highly commercialized because it takes away all the beauty from the day. "I think celebrating Mothers' Day is a great tribute to our mothers. Without our mothers whait would we do?" meditated Miss Marjorie Dearheart, librarian. "We'd be in a heck of a mess if we didn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 May 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 (INTERNATIONAL? ■ RSn W ) Est. I92l) 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, Mary Cox, Margaret Rtid. Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Proctor, Gloria Conte Art Editor Martha Taylor Fashion Editor Sylvia Dahn Photograph Editor Calvin Lucy Exchange Editors Alan Laskoe, Dot Haile, Marga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 May 1943

May ift, 1943 Robert Spicer Breaks Javelin Throw Record By MELVIN YEAMANS THE PROBLEM REMAINS The coaching staff agrees that it's a hard problem to secure enough talent to organize A-i teams. This serious situation is diie to a , number of difficulties, only a few of which cannot be helped. The boys that would be at the ripe age for the athletic teams are eager for adventure, and most of those that have not been drafted have joined their favorite branch of the armed services. This has taken a tremendous amount of the talent that would make it possible to form such undefeatable teams as J. M. had in the pre-war years. Even after losing many boys to the armed services, there is still talent left to work with, but the attractive war-time wages or after-school jobs are much more appealing than athletic training. Some of the athletes that have made the teams in previous years deprive their school and themselves when they fail to pass their subjects and thus become ineligible for all scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 May 1943

Page Four PRO and CON By BETTY PROCTOR and GLORIA CONTfi Raises Pigeons hs ™ give " 0 two pigeons to the Army," said Dick Mitchell of 210W, whose hobby is raising pigeons. Dick is a very quiet, friendly sophomore of 210 W. "I have just about forty pigeons, and I know all of them by sight," said Dick smiling. One of his pigeons won the "Old Bird Races" in 1942 and as a reward a small gold cup. "Although raising pigeons is hard work, I don't mind," exclaimed Dick when questioned about the care of his pigeons. Dick gave a talk on his hobby in his fourth period history class Tuesday. He brought two of his pigeons to class and let them go during his talk. ''One of these pigeons got a diploma for flying 400 miles in one day," proudly explained Dick to the class. When Dick's brother went into the Army, he turned his hobby over to Dick to take care of during hi£ absence. "I suppose my brother will always keep his pigeons, but I expect to help him," said Dick as he concluded his talk. Beside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1943

Monocle Staff Announced; 375 Students Graduate; Figure Dates Take Spotlight; Plan Class Gift. Vol. XVI No. 15 Cadet Corps Holds Ball In Armory Robert Witt and Jean Pohlig Lead Figure; Carl Hassel, Leslie Ann Bailey Help John Marshall's Corps of Cadets will present its semi-annual cadet figure and ball June 4 in the Gray's Armory, with Miss Elsie McClintic, who is chaperoning the figure practices, as sponsor. Cadet Captain Robert Witt and Jean Pohlig will lead the figure, assisted by Carl Hassel and Leslie Ann Baiiley. Other couples participating in the figure are as follows: Melvin Cohen and Helen Mays, Pete Andre with Kitty Smith, Teddy Headley with Ann Minor, Leslie Marshall with Doris Walls, Kenneth Ripley with Jeanette Thornilow, Elbert Hold with Jean Tallev, Hugh Paschall with Hilda Adams, Jack Connelly with Doris Elliott, Meade Gregory with Jean Marie Strange, Albert Barron with Doris Crew, Johnny Gaetz with Jeanne Bowers, Henry Deaver with Gretchen Pflugradt, Roger Freeman wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 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 QNTERNATIONAIjI mm x (Member! Jf ) Est. 1921J Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P9?toffice 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 NFWS Editors... Dotte Jones Kathenne Thames Copy Editors Robert Gatewood, Dorothy Heider, Clarenct Alston, Madge Reese, Robert Walters, Jeannette Davis, Mary Cox, Margaret Reid. , Sports Editors Gilbert Faison, Henry Moody Feature Editors Betty Prpctor, Gloria Contc Art Editor Martha Taylor Fashion Editor Syh"? Dahn Photograph Editor • • • • • • • • •• • • • - Calvin Lucy Exchang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1943

May 28, 1943 Classes Plan For Next Year, Hold Outings *Record 9 Makes Big June Edition "Boy! wasn't the June issue of The Record swell ?" asked a Marshallite. Yes, that is the question of every MarshaWite on reading the last issue of The Record this term. The magazine contained sixty-four pages of wonderful stories, poems, and essays. "The cover was excellent," said Doris Wooldridge. "When you look at it you can almost see the green grass and imagine the flag waving in the breeze." The cover was drawn by Eugene Worrell, art editor of The Record. It was a drawing of the State Capitol building. "Among the best essays and the essay that I enjoyed the most was "Post-War America versus Radio Advertising" by Levy Kay," said Nancy Farmer. "I was pleased with the June issue of The Record," smiled Dora Plotnick, "and I am proud to be an associate worker." Miss Mary Bailey Ragland's Speech Class Has Party Miss Mary Bailey Ragland's fifth period public speaking 2 class will have a party today ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1943

Page Four Over 375 Marshallites To Graduate Evening of June 10 Large Class Leaves J. M. Jack Ittner To Join Marines; Whitson Growell, Kenneth Ripley Depart (Continued from page one) Cis Xavier Banvard, Jr., Anne Loving Barden, Helen Anne Barfoot, Edward Gordon Barnett, Roy Lewis Barnett, Jr., James Albert Barron, Margaret Ellen Bayne, Georgia Virginia Bazacos, Jean Fletcher Beahm, Anne Marie Bean, Morace Eugene Bennett, Richard Alvin Bernard, Jr., Martha Louise Beverley, Martha Ellen Bickerstaff, Mabel Claire Billings, Richard Blankenship, Pauline Bloxton, Also Roland Henry Bodtke, Glenna Blaine Bohannon, Charles W. Bonner, Jr., Jeanne Lucille Bowers, Margaret Louise Bowles, Mary Leftwich Bowles, Colleen Miller Bowman, Robert Clifton Boyd, Jr., William Clay Boykin, Lucile Gertrude Bradley, M. Blanton Bradley, Clyde Wesley Bragg, Annie Louise Brennan, Nancy Reid Bright, Emmett Lynwood, Britton, Jr., Lloyd Webster Brooks, George Wilson Brown, Jackson Odell Brown, Jr., Robert Lee Bucha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1943

# May 28, 1942 Justices and Saints To Vie for Tennis Honors By GILBERT pAISON and HENRY MOODY JAY EM vs. SAINTS Unless something unexpected happens between now and next footJ1 season to interfere with their future plans, John Marshall and Int Christopher's will again resume their rivalry in the autumn after a lapse of seven years. Director Floyd E. Fowlkes, upon making this announce- [ pointed out the fact that this will not be just for the duiation Br after the war as well. WsHALLITES PLAY SEMI-PRO BASEBALL Kth many of their stars in the armed forces, the baseReams of the Intercity League offer many Marshallites to play better baseball and gain invaluable experience. Some of the Marshallites who are playing are Will Sherrod, catcher and co-captain for the next football team, Richard (Bubber) Hall, a promising young outfielder, George Collins, infielder, Thomas Pollard, and Garfield Salyers, outfielders. Sherrod, Hall, Pollard, and Collins perform for Toggery Shop and Salyers for Ch...

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