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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1943

Page Six PRO and CON By BETTY PROCTOR and GLORIA CONTE Captain Ruth * du c e Captain Ruth Chamberlain, captain of Company B of the Victory Corps. She's a neat little number in her uniform and makes a model captain. Wherever you see her, she'll always have a bright smile on her face. Swimming, horseback-riding, bowling, tennis, and bicycle-riding are her favorite sports. Her only hobby is writing regularly to Scott Field, Illinois. Hmm, I wonder who could be there!!!!(???) Rlith's a senior and will leave John Marshall in June. "I hate to ileave. I've had more fun this term than I've ever had at school. I'm happy to finish high school, but I'm sorry to leave good old John Marshall," said Ruth when asked about graduating. Victory Gardener 1 ,hink l i ' J is not only interesting, but one's duty to have a victory garden in war-time conditions," replied Melvin Yeamans, a teen-aged senior of John Marshall High School when he was interrupted last week while spading his victory garden. He ex...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1943

New Cadet Officers Chosen; Red Cross Begins Service; Nine Homerooms 100% J. M. Makes Faculty Change. Vol. XVII (15th Year) No. 1 New Officers Of Red Cross Make Plans Organization Saves Paper, Has Membership Drive, Chooses New Leaders To plan their activities for this term, the new officers of the Junior Red Cross of John Marshall met with Miss Josephine Gleaves in room 31 a week ago last Tuesday and discussed the membership drive, to take place October 1 through 11. Every one will be urged to join the Fed Cross this term. Many Need Help "People are more in need o.f help now than at any time since World War I," said Calvin Hailey the president. The officers planned a paper drive which will continue throughout the year. Miss Josephine Gleaves urged that homeroom representatives be elected immediately and that they start to work as »>on as possible. Bundles of paper should be tied securely with string or wire in the homeroom. Further instruction will be given to repre- senta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 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 (INTERNATIONA^ Mil Ijgipßll MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATIONMEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postotfice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, IS7V. Co-eduors-in-Chief, Gay Nell Ellett, Claiborne Gooch Whitworth Business Managers Audrey Strong, James W. Luke, Jr. AVitj Editor -Bill Anderson Circulation Managers Doris Wooldndge, V\ llbur i nomas Copy Editors Doris Bovkin Arthur Blakeslee,.. Helen Condyles, Polly Wray Feature Editors Dora Plotnick, Mary Lucile James Sports Editor • • Carl Lunsford Assistant Sports Editors Melvin \ eamans, Wesley Thompson Art Editor Va P. ce Hatcher Music Editor Luk * Fashion Editor . Ahce 11 arrel Exchange Editor u Alumni Editor Thelma Abernethy Personality Editor ... Christine H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1943

September 30,-1943 Justices To Clash with Saints Saturday -—-—On the—-—-SPORTS FRONT By CARL LUNSFORD SEASON OPENS "Football" is the word that excites the mind of ever)' sportsoonsciience student as another grid season opens at John Marshall. Under the leadership of a new coaching staff, the Blue and Whit** will be gunning for a record that will equal those of the past three seasons. Coaches D. E. "Ducky" Denton, Edward Beauvais, and Tommy Thompson will lead the Justices during this season. Of the trio, Denton will be the head mentor. THIS IS THE SITUATION The coaching staff is pleased with the fact that there are eight returning lettermen, but there is 9ome disappointment in the fact that out of a school as large as John Marshall, there are approximately only fortv boys who report for the daily workouts. Four years ago baseball was discontinued at John Marshall, .the chief reason being the lack of boys who were willing to play. It is possible that even football will be abandoned if...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1943

Page Four By MARY LUCILE JAMES HOLD ON THERE! LOOK WHOSE HERE! Aviation Minded rhey fly through the air with the greatest of ease, but wait —they aren't all flying models. "Model airplane building calls for skill and time, but when I finish a model I feel my time is rewarded," declared P. M. Joyce, Jr., known as "Mack" to his friends, who just arrived from Bainbridge. For his excellent models built for the navy, Mack received the honorary rank of "ensign" while in junior high school. Just recovering from a broken leg, Mack is eager to be in the corps of cadets since he will be in F Company. "I also have another hobby," he grinned, "She's a blonde." Ah, ha! 1 Can't you smell Lmma Looks those cakes now? Hmm! (Boys, take note!) Emma Jackie Tilman is quite a cook —and an eyeful too with her pretty brown curls and luscious brown eyes. This sophomore is destined to "go places" with her knowledge of so many things. Besides being able to don an apron and whip up a cake in a jiffv, she can r...

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

Mr. Binford Stresses Work; Teachers Issue Ration Books; Boys Learn Electric Wiring; rt> Hi-Y Begins Programs. Vol. XVII (15th Year) No. 2 Teachers Aid War Effort By Rationing Students Dismissed Early; Faculty Glad To Help With 'A' Gas Books Students of John Marshall were dismissed at 2:00 Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of /last week so that the teachers coula help with gas rationing, which work they said they were glad to do as an aid to the war effort. Enjoys Rationing "I enjoy rationing and I feel this way is the only efficient way to do it," said 'Miss Louise Robertson. "I worked on the rationing board during the summer and it was reallly a nightmare, but this is entirely different." "I thought yesterday would be one of my most hectic days, but to my surprise I registered only six persons," declared Miss Karma Deane Ogden. Fewer than 750 persons applied for rationing books on the first day, and some teachers registered only two or three. Miss Thelma B. Keene and Miss M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 October 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 ONTEPSATIONAU) Pfef I CM ember J)ts t.1921j 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. Co-editors-in-Chief, Gay Nell Ellett, Claiborne Gooch Whitworth Business Managers Audrey Strong, James W. Luke, Jr. News Editor . .Bill Anderson Circulation Managers Doris Wooldridge, Wilbur 1 nomas Copy Editors Doris Boykin, Arthur Blakeslee,.. y Helen Condyles, Polly Wray Feature Editors Dora Plotnick, Mary Lucile James Sports Editor Carl Lunsford Assistant Sports Editors Melvin Yeamans, Wesley Thompson Art Editor Vance Hatcher Music Editor Luk ,® fashion Editor Alice Han-ell Exchange Editor Gloria Baldwin Alumni Editor Thelma Abernethy Personali...

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

October 14, 1943 John Marshall To Face Fighting Magicians -———On the-— —- Kiofjp SPORTS FRONT By CARL LUNSFORD SOMEBODY WINS; SOMEBODY LOSES With the galling taste of two defeats still lingering with them, John Marshall will throw its all against the teams which remain on their schedule. Since a bad start does not necessarily mean a bad ending, we should, as true Marshallites, support our team now more than ever. You did not let them down when they were riding on the wings of victory. Help them now to get back into the winning flight. $ $ INJURIES HIT TEAM Several boys who represent the Justices 011 the gridiron have been suffering from injuries received in practice or in a game. Perhaps the most unlucky of these is Jim Scearce, who has yet to see his first game. This season Jim's ankle was sprained in a scrimmage before the first game. John Buhrman suffered a hip injury in the WinstonSalem game, while Willie Sherrod got his leg banged up in the same tilt. Many others have minor inj...

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

Page Four jC'iBy DORA PLOTNICK Greetings, Marshallites! This column is again entirely devoted to the newcomers to our school. Miss Karon Kennedy's homeroom, 209W, is full of sophs who have interesting hobbies. .(Note to the girls! It's an all boy homeroom, <also!) Makes Cartoons 1 s P en d most of my spare time drawing, but I like to specialize in cartoons and comics," said Thomas Ford in a bashful tone of voice as he was distracted from one of his drawings. Thomas just came from Bainbridge Junior High School to this school. Although he never expects to make art his career, he finds a great deal of enjoyment in using all his spare time figuring out cartoons. "I've been doing this type of art since elementary school, but it's all in fun," laughed the soph from 209 W. Thomas, if you change your mind and become a cartoonist, let us know. Maybe you'll be another Ham Fisher or one as good. Who knows? Air Raid Messenger E e e " ~ o o o-eee-000 screamed the sirens and Granville ...

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

Patsy Garrett Returns Home; Student Buys $2,000 Bond; Pupils To Fight Tuberculosis. New Officers Begin Duties. Vol. XVII (15th Year) No. 3 Pupils Urged To Help Fight Tuberculosis Death Rate Increases; Miss Nora S. Hamner Warns Against Disease "If there is to be no spread of tuberculosis, every high school student should know its symptoms and how to prevent it," declared Miss Nora Spencer Hamner while speaking to the journalism class Wednesday a week ago. Miss Hamner is the executive secretary of the Richmond Tuberculosis Association. For Editorial Comment, See Page 2 "Among tooys from fifteen to twentyfive and girls from ten to fourteen years of age, the death rate has increased this year," said speaker. However, even though the rest of the population showed a decline, the whole rate is about the same as it was last year. Students Can Help ''Perhaps you are asking what you can do about this. Each student can tell his friends that tuberculosis is a germ disease that is preventable an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 October 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 nisi ' (Member ) Est. 192?) MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P os * - ottice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief, Gay Nell Ellett, Claiborne Gooch Whitworth Business Managers Audrey Strong, James W. Luke, Jr. News Editor ; ••■;•••• ■,;??,! Anderson Circulation Managers Doris Wooldndge, Wilbur 1 nomas Copy Editors Doris Boykin, Arthur Blakeslee,.. Helen Condyles, Polly Wrav Feature Editors Dora Plotnick, Mary Lucile James Sports Editor • • Carl Lunsford Assistant Sports Editors Melvin Yeamans, Wesley I hompson Art Editor Vance Hatcher Music Editor Luk ,^ Fashion Editor ■ •Alice Harrell Exchange Editor na ,, v^l n Alumni Editor The ma Abernethy Persona...

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

October 28, 1943 J. M. Extends Losing Streak over Four Games -———On the-——— SPORTS FRONT By CARL LUNSFORD HUSTLING BOYS FORM B TEAM Although the John Marshall B Team has'been sharing the same fate as the varsity in its initial games, it consists of a spirited bunch of boys, some of whom have been showing plenty of talent. These are the players who will be carrying the burden next year as varsity members, so the training that they are receiving now will be valuable to them as well as to the team in coming season. MOORE LEADS BABY JUSTICES Billy Moore, a member of last year's basketball team, • shows the same ability ori the gridiron as he did on the court last fall. Besides being an excellent passer, Billy has also been doing the quarterback duties for the Baby Justices. Alvin Bucher will probably be playing a lot of first string ball next year, too. SALYERS GETS STARTING ASSIGNMENT ' Coming up from the B team, Garfield Salyers copped a starting position at end for the game with Roan...

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

/ Page Four JC'l sU4tQuUict LUCILE JAMES Hey there! Have you met these up-to-the-minute guvs and gals? Take a peek and see what these alert classmates do. Know Your Name ? rance J does ! Yessiree!-Frances Johns of room zC has a collection of more than 2,000 first names with their meanings filled alphabetically on small cards. When this junior was sick several years ago, srtie started looking up the histories of names until—well, you just run up to 21C, and this little blond wilil tell you all about yourself. "This collection really takes up my time, but it is worth it to learn about the history of persons' names," said Francis. Studies Bacteria e e r !" . g throguh his microscope, Robert Talley, a recent arrival! from Bainbridge and a recruit in D Company, spends many Saturday mornings concentrating on the tiny slides of spiragira, tiny mold plants, and even snow flakes. Sonny, as Robert is 'known to his pals, hopes he doesn't cause his mother too much trouble with his snow piles an...

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

J. M. To Clash With Jells On Saturday To Enter Game Underdogs, By Comparative Scores; Conflict To Be Picturesque With two more games remaining on their schedule, the John Marshall football team will meet Thomas Jefferson in the annual intra-city clash on Saturday of this week at the Richmond City Stadium. The kick-off of this game, which will have more color than any of the season, will take place at 3 o'clock. "Teejay Favored To Win The Teejay eleven will go into the game favored to win since they have been turning in more victories than Jayem. Having dropped only one game, this to St. Christopher's, Thomas Jefferson is leading in the race for the Virginia State championship with four victories to its credit on the class A schedule. However, it is not usual for the Red team to triumph over the Blue as this has happened in only two instances, these victories for Teejay being in 1937 and 1939. Justices Win in '4l, '42 Last year a strong, undefeated Jayem team overran the Jeffersonian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 November 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!) _ —■ pip 1 s (MejnberP Jf r Est. 1921) 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. Co-editors-in-Chief, Gay Nell Ellett, Claiborne Gooch Whitworth Business Managers Audrey Strong, James W. Luke, Jr. News Editor Bill Anderson Circulation Managers Doris Wooldridge, Wilbur Thomas Copy Editors Doris Boykin, Arthur Blakeslee,.. Helen Condyles, Polly Wray Feature Editors Dora Plotnick, Mary Lucile James Sports Editor Carl Lunsford Assistant Sports Editors Melvin Yeamans, Wesley Thompson Art Editor Vance Hatcher Music Editor Jimmy Luke Fashion Editor T Alice Harrell Exchange Editor Gloria Baldwin Alumni Editor Thelma Abernet...

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

November 12, 1943 Justices Face Teejay; Whip Alexandria 12-0 -———-—On tlie^— tWoSP SPORTS FRONT By CARL LUNSFORD CROWELL PLAYS BANG-UP BALL Some people seem to think that a guy has to be six-feet-four and weigh above the hundred and sixty mark to play a reasonably good game of football. Whit Crowell, a 135pound senior, will really change their minds if they will give him a chance. Quarterbacking in the hdddle, Whit operates from the tail-back slot for the Blue and White eleven. He has the drive and power of a much larger boy, but his specialty seems to be passing. Just give him a mark to shoot at, and, well —it's a completed pass. FROM DUST TO MUD That's the story of the John Marshall Athletic Field. All through the dry season that lasted throughout 'September and the greater part of October, the ground of the large athletic and drill field gradually became covered with a fine powdery dust. In the evenings when the team held its practical sessions, great clouds of the dust hovered a...

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

Page Four Mr. F. H, Norris Suggests New Language Program By DORA PLOTNICK Greetings, Marshallites! Here I am once again to bring you the up-to-date news flashes about the super-duper personalities of John Marshall. Aviation Fan like an! " hin * that is in any- way connected with military aviation," exclaimed Edward Coleman, a grinning senior of Company C of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets, when questioned about his favorite pastimes. , Edward has built several model airplanes, and he is working intensively on two new models which he hopes to complete soon. "I enjoy reading magazines that contain timely articles on aviation and I like airplanes; but I've never ridden in one," admitted the senior. Edward is disappointed because he feels that he Was born two years too late. He wants to be flying in the spacious, blue sky like his cousin who is in the Army Air Force in Alabama. "Even though my mind stays up in the clouds most of the time, I have time to think of the girls, too," excla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1943

Honor Society Inducts; Red Cross, Successful; Seniors Elect Officers; Class Surveys Field Vol. XVII (15th Year) No. 5 Red Cross Contributions Total $347.97 Room 301W Has Average Of $2.37 Per Student; 103 Next with $.65 Average Announcing a 100% membership record for the school, Calvin Hailey, president of the Junior Red Cross at John Marshall, said a week ago today that the total amount collected in the recent drive was $347.97. The homerooms in the John Marshall building contributed $212.17 and those in Wythe $135.80. 301W Wins First Place The top homeroom was 301W, represented by Lawson King, with an average of $2.37 per person. The runner up was room 103, represented by Mary Addison, with an average of sixty-five cents per person. The winning homeroom on each floor has received a red cross banner to display in the room. The winner in the basement of John 'Marshall was room 10 which was closely followed bv room 11. Room 10 had an average of twenty-one cents and room 11 of twenty c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 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 ipliSl, \ Wf (Member ( W r ) Est. 192 Q " X^4SSoO^^^~~ MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postottice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Cu-editors-in-Chief, Gay Nell Ellett, Claiborne Gooch Whitworth Business Managers Audrey Strong, James W. Luke, Jr. A'«is Editor : Bill Anderson Circulation Managers Doris Wooldridge, Wilbur Thomas Copy Editors Doris Boykin, Arthur Blakeslee,.. Helen Condyles, Polly Wrav Feature Editors Dora Plotnick, Mary Lucile James Sports Editor Carl Lunsford Assistant Sports Editors Melvin Yeamans, Wesley Thompson Art Editor Vance Hatcher Music Editor Jimmy Luke Fashion Editor Alice Harrell Exchange Editor Gloria Baldwin Alumni Editor Thelma Abernet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1943

November 24, 1943 Tomorrow's Tilt To End Grid Schedule —On the——— t SPORTS FRONT By CARL LUNSFORD FINAL GAME, TOMORROW Tomorrow's game with Petersburg will bring an end to a not so successful season for the John Marshall football team. Despite the fact that they have posted only three victories against five defeats, the boys have not yet lost the life of what it takes to produce a winning club. Two examples of their never-give-up spirit are found in the Jayem co-captains, Jim Scearce and Willie Sherrod. In the game with Thomas Jefferson, which every Marshallite is trying to forget, Willie was in the entire game backing up the Jayem forewall. Although he received a painful cut on his lip in the third quarter, Sherrod was in there hitting them hard when the final whistle blew. COACH ESLEECK ATTENDS GAME Pushing his way through the crowds towards the Jayem dressing room before the Teejay game, Dick Esleeck, who tutored two undefeated teams -at Johfl Marshall, gave his best wishes to th...

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