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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 June 1944

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} (Member JF /> tI92 P 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. Co-editors-in-Chief Jean Carter, Mary Lucile James Business Managers.... Edward Meyer, Verna Perry News Editors Linwood Loth, James Minor Copy Editors Edward Coleman, Telford Eggleston, Helen Mays, Arleen Reynolds, Jane Wright. . . Feature Editors Myra Watson, Virginia Williams Sports Editors William Hallmark, Pauline Tucker Assistant Sports Editor • .-Gary Dainis Cadet Editor Leigh Haimlton Photograph Editor • ■ -Gerald Worton Alumni Editor -'da J° el . Music Editor Jean Purdy Fashion Editor Joy" Wrenn Personality Editor " VV" *> n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 June 1944

June i, 1944 Lieutenant ■ Colonel Rousseau Judges Cadets SPORTS FRONT BILLY HALLMARK STAR LETTERMEN Whit Crowell, with four letters to his credit, is graduating in June. Whit expects to go into the Army under limited service when he graduates. The 135-pounder has been quite active in sports at John Marshall, playing three years of varsity basketball and one year of football. He made all-city basketball for two straight years, and he was cabtain of the John Marshall quint for two straight seasons. He was also captain of Hank Wolfe's and the coaches all-city team for two straight years. Also leaving is Billy Gathright who has also earned four letters. Billy played a bang-up game of football on the right terminal for J. M. last year and swell "basketball for three straight years. In '43 Gathright led the Blue and White scorers and made he again made all-city and was also chosen captain of the mythical combination. Billy is waiting his call to the Merchant Marine along with Willie Sherr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 June 1944

Page Four By MYRA WATSON and VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Handsome Billy™*: '"• J and handsome Billy Tingle is a M ars^a^^te we hate to see leave. This regimental first lieutenant on the Staff was formerly a Company E cadet. Billy collects foreign coins. His two brothers who are serving overseas add many to his collection. This cadet spends a lot of his spare time playing tennis or dancing. His favorite partner is Mitzi. Lucky girl! She's Smart about the busiest junior, and she's smart, too, for she was voted most intelligent in the junior "Who's Who". Peggy is secretary of the student * association, treasurer of the San Souci Club, and associate worker on the Record staff. Collecting dolls also interests this blue-eyed little junior. She has dolls sent from many countries by friends. She especially prizes three from Germany, Norway, and Honduras. Peggy has studied piano for some time and will complete her teachers course this month. Plays Football f" y , w :" a ' d ; J first lieutenant of Com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1944

Captains Set Standards 'Record' Receives Honors Room 103 Leads Bond Sales 18 Rooms Subscribe 100% Vol. XVIII (17th Year) No. 2 F.D.R. Choice In Straw Vote At Jay em Roosevelt Wins Place From 93.9% Students Of Those Voting in J. M. "As John Marshall High School goes, so goes the United States," and it chooses F. D. Roosevelt. No, this didn't come from some great writer, but from the surveys which have been conducted by the Institute of Student Opinion at Jayem or The Monocle every four years for some time. F. D. R. Wins Again For the fourth time, the school has elected Franklin Delano Roosevelt as the man to 'bear the burden as president of the Uni'ted States. 'By a greater majority than in 1940, students here chose iMr. Roosevelt to triumph over Thomas E. Dewey, governor of New York. Seniors, 95% In the senior class, for example, a mere 5% of the pupils cast their votes for Mr. Dewey, thus giving Mr. Roosevelt a great majority. The juniors gave 92.7% of their votes to the President....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1944

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED. 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOhfN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CART STREET (INTERNATIONAL Cm (Member ( Jf j Est. 1921) MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-tn-Chief Bettye Barfoot, Florine Hunt Business Manager rtl , s Feature Editors i. Ann Wilson, May Lee Yook Copy Editor Edward Coleman Assistants to Business Staff Carroll Alley, Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter, Shirley Lett, Jimmy Lumpkin, Pierce Wood, Nan Dean, Shirley McGee, Jean Hall, Philip Goldfarb. Typists Lawerence Anderson, Cecilea Adams, Marguerite Bowles, Jane Bullock, Mprtle Butler, Dorothy Carey, Shirley Garrgert, Frances Johnson, Frances Layne, Doris Loving, Estelle Loving, Virginia Margaret, Phyllis Mitchell, Rubv, Powers, Fran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1944

October 5, 1944 Justices To Clash with Saints Tomorrow On the . -.%j3 1 Sports Front |j By JIMMY BURKS iteX-lvAvXwWAVwX'XjX;:;;^^ TWO JUSTICES OUT OF CREWE GAME Two of the John Marshall starters in the Benedictine game last week were not on the field when the whistle blew for the kick-off against Crewe High last Friday. Garfield Salyers Jr. was out with a sprained ankle and may be out of the St. Christopher's game. Fullback Alvin Bucher is out indefinitely. ** # * CADETS ON VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY The John Marshall Corps of Cadets is well represented on the John Marshall football squad this year. "The boys in the corps seemed to be more enthusiastic about the game than last year," said Coach Durwood Denton. ** * * STUDENTS TURN OUT FOR FIRST GAME The students should be praised for the way they turned out for the first game. However, they seem not to know the cheers. With such a peppy group of cheer leaders and a team worth cheering for, you'll just have to learn how to cheer. You...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1944

Page Four Jt'* By ANN WILSON Looking away behind text books, peeping under shiny blade visors, cheering heartedly at football games, and going here and there brings forth four more iMarshallites to whom justice is due. Joe Purcell" h ;" Klsom ' ; ' , bu ' bashful, sergeant in Company A. Although he's quiet, he is an active cadet. During the summer Joe worked at a well known chain grocery store warehouse. Swimming feeing his favorite summer-time sport, he took a vacation and spent several weeks at Virginia Beach. This cadet has a nice sun-tan as a souvenir, too. Now that football season is under*way, Joe can be found playing ball with Company A on Sundays. With those shoulders he ought to be able to help bring even more victory to the company. Ifprrv is one word t0 describe J Mary King, that gay little redhead in homeroom 206. She laughs most of the time when she is not talking and delights in dancing. Whenever there's music—swing or waltz—she's ready to dance. Besides this, Mary lik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1944

Honor Society Inducts 26 Junior Class Organizes Art Director Speaks Principal Names Chairmen Vol. XVIII (17th Year) No. 3 Mr. Jefferson Parisien,' Here Next Week Modern Language Group To Have Gifted Speakers On Association Program "Mr. Jefferson, Parisien" will be the unique subject of a University of Virginia speaker who will appear 'before groups of language teachers in Richmond Saturday, October 28. Dr. Joseph Carriere will give this address. Meeting jointly at the John Marshall Hotel, the Modern Language Association of Virginia, the Virginia Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish, and ihe American Association of Teachers of French will hear, also, a number of other distinguished speakers. J. M. Teachers Sing Dr. *M. Gordon Brown, of the Division of 'lnter-American Education, U. S. Office of Education, .whose subject is "Poetas Gloriosos del Modernis: mo", will be among them. Dr. Mario A. Pei, of Columbia University, will speak on "The Most Recent Trends in Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1944

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!! (Member ( JMf J Est. I92l) * 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 Bettye Barfoot, Florine Hunt Business Manager SV rtl . s Feature Editors Ann Wilson, May Lee IOOK Copy Editor .Edward Coleman Assistants to Business Staff Carroll Alley, Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter, Shirley Lett, Jimmy Lumpkin, Pierce Wood, Nan Dean, Shirley McGee, Mimi Gershman, Philip Goldfarb, Gwendolyn Kell. Typists Lawerence Anderson, Cecilea Adams, Marguerite Bowles, Jane Bullock, Mprtle Butler, Dorothy Carey, Shirley Garrgert, Frances Johnson, Frances Lavne, Doris Loving, Estelle Loving, Virginia Margaret, Phyllis Mit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1944

October 19, 1944 Justices To Battle Magicians in Roanoke Cadets Play Football October 8, 15 In one of the best cadet football games for a good while, the Red Raiders of Company F scored a hardearned 7 to o victory over D Company last Sunday a week ago. The Maroon and Orange clearly outplayed F Company during the first half, but George Fore's kicking helped keep the Red and Black out of trouble. Late in the third quarter Dan Rowe pounced on a D Company fumble deep in Maroon territory. From the 11-vard line -Ken Stagg went over in two tries. George Fore skirted left end for the extra point, and the game was as good as over for 'the hard fighting boys of Company D. The Maroon and Orange took to the air in a desperate attempt to overcome F Company's lead, but it was of no avail. Hugh Sutherland and Don Byerly stood out in the F Company line, while Jimmy 'Baber played outstanding ball for Company D. Bobby iSpiers led A Company to an easy 19 to 6 triumph over the Black and Gold of Company...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1944

Page Four Jt'iBy MAY LEE YOOK With the taking of pictures for the Marshallite the main interest these days, let's look over the seniors. Red-Head Pitts f"' 1 hopeful graduates is Billy Pitts. He is tall, good looking and most of all red-headed. His is one of the friendliest and brightest smiles in John Marshall. Bill is regimental color sergeant and a cadet from Company F. "That's the company that won the competitive drill and efficiency cup," said Billy, proudly. On the dance floor, he is really smooth. On the football field, he is good. He plays football with an outside boys' club or swims at the Y. M. C. A. After school, Bill works at a drug store where he can eat one of his own extra special sundaes. Carol Allen is certainly one bright senior. She is 'bright because she has been an A student every year in J. M. Carol keeps the scrapbook for the Honor Society of which she is a member. Makes Rag D ° a n r e o °, s ' pastimes is making rag dolls. "I make those cute little pickaninn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1944

Page Four By MAY LEE YOOK With the taking of pictures for the Marshallite the main interest these days, let's look over the seniors. Red-Head Pius C" , ?° g hopeful graduates is Billy Pitts. He is tall, good looking and most of all red-headed. His is one of the friendliest and brightest smiles in John Marshall. Bill is regimental color sergeant and a cadet from Company F. "That's the company that won the competitive drill and efficiency cup," said Billy, proudly. On the dance floor, he is really smooth. On the football field; he is good. He plays football with an outside boys' club or swims at the Y. M. C. A. After school, Bill works at a drug store where he can eat one of his own extra special sundaes. Carol Allen is certainly one bright senior. She is bright because she has been an A student every year in J. M. Carol keeps the scrapbook for the Honor Society of which she is a member. Makes Rag Dolls ° a " ° { pastimes is making rag dolls. "I make those cute little pickaninnies wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

Miss Holt Is Honor Guest Students Give Peace Skit Girls Aid Community Fund Captains Present Sponsors Vol. XVIII (16th Year) No. 5 Pupils Present Peace' In Education Week Speakers Represent Extra-Curricular Activities,' Discuss Varied School Life Junior assembly, last Wednesday a week ago, celebrated Education Week with a program which consisted of talks by Albert Evans and David Beverly and a skit entitled Developing An Enduring Peace directed by Miss Mary Peple. The characters in the skit were portrayed by Louis Shapiro as Peter, Robert Miller as Dick, and Jean Teabo as Edith. The choir under the direction of Mr. Charles Troxell furnished the music, which included "Lord, While for All Mankind We Pray", and the choir led the whole assembly in singing "America the Beautiful". "The purpose of Education Week is to acquaint the public with what the schools are doing and to inform the students as to the importance of education," declared George McKenney, president of the student associat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

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. CART STREET ULI Hm (TEEER Y^WRIIT) MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the po?tofiice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 187y. Co-tditors-in-Chief Bettye Barfoot, Florine Hunt Business Manager •••• • Betty Cu^is Feature Editors Ann Wilson, May Lee Yook Copy Editor ...Edwara Co.eman Circulation Staff Dan Walker, Warren Dyson, Roy Redford, Leslie Carlton, Kenneth Lyell, Barbara Green, Charlotte Doggett, Connie Hairfield, Dorothy White. Bertha pranoft. Assistants to Business Staff Carroll Alley, Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter, Shirley Lett, Jimmy Lumpkin, Pierce Wood, Nan Dean, Shirley McGee, Mimi Gershman, Philip Goldfarb, Gwendolyn Kell, George Bryan, Sarah Kornblau. Typists Lawerence Anderson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

November 16, 1944 Teefee, Laskoe, Thompson, Lacy, Visit; Alumni Find Relief from War at Home By ANN WILSON, Alumni Editor William Teefee, Marine flamethrower, recently disembarked at San Francisco and hurried home. While in Richmond on a month's leave he visited his alma mater. He is to report to New River, North Carolina, for further orders. The twenty-seven months since he has been in the Marine Corps, he has been on Guadalcanal and New Guinea. When Bill attended John Marshall, he played basketball and was on the famous undefeated football team. He graduated in February of 1942. Ensign James S. Lacy Jr. received his wings in October at Pensacola, Florida. After his leave his new station will be the Naval Air Station, Daytona Beach, Florida. He visited the pressroom last week. "He looked wonderful," remarked a friend. Radioman Alan Laskoe, former exchange editor of The Monocle and graduate of 1943, visited the school this month. He completed five months of training in radio school ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

November 16, 1944 Justices To Face Presidents, Saturday J. M. Enters Annual Game as Underdog Having Won Only Once This Season Both teams have been unimpressive so far this year, but previous records are of ilittle concern when the Justices meet the Presidents. The Justices' only triumph thus far was a 19 to o victory over 'Crewe High 'School's Class B eleven. Thomas Jefferson has been victorious in games with Morrison and Alexandria, while a scoreless tie with Jefferson High of Roanoke rates as a moral victory on the Tee Jay record. Neither team has a chance for the State Class A championship, but the keen rivalry between these two city schools should make the afternoon a colorful one for all concerned. Last year the once-beaten Belt Liners clinched the state championship by whipping John Marshall 25 to o, with Donald Smith and Marcus Weinstein playing outstanding ball for Tee Jay. In 1942, Ray Marshall, Jack Ittner, and company led an undefeated Justice eleven to a one-sided 25 to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1944

Page Six By MAY LEE YOOK Already the sophomores are making names for themselves. The sweetheart of Company A is Jorease Moore. An up and coming little sophomore, she has brown hair and the sweetest smile you've ever seen. Inspires] Company inspiration of the company, she saves a scrapbook of them showing their achievements. "On Sundays I watch them play football at Hotchkiss," said Jorease. Jorease was born in Illinois where she spent her summer vacation. Before coming to Richmond, she lived in Washington. Her father is with the patent office, and they came here when the office moved to Richmond. She attended Chandler Junior High before coming to J. M. "You've got to 'be a football hero," is still the theme song of many a J. M. lassie. Football Hero a real football hero, having made many touchdowns for the Big Blue team as fullback. A former member of Company F, Gerard is an all-round athlete. He likes best to play baseball and ping pong, to swim, and to win a game of pool from Bobb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1944

Tuberculosis Drive Opens Society Initiates Twelve Corps Holds Winter Ball Marshallites Take Poll Vol. XVIII (16th Year) No. 6 Tuberculosis Kills More Than War Miss Hamner Gives Figures On First 31 Months After Pearl Harbor "More persons died of tuberculosis in the first thirty-one months after Pearl Harbor than died in the armed forces in the same period," remarked Miss Nora Spencer Hamner, executive secretary of the Richmond Tuberculosis Association, speaking to the journalism class recently. Need for Education "Many of these deaths would not have occurred if the general population had been properly educated in the ways the disease is spread, prevented, For Editorial Comment, See Page 2. and cured. People should have periodic physical examinations because if the disease is found soon enough it can easily be cured. Otherwise the cure is a long process," she explained. Fortieth Anniversary This is the .fortieth anniversary of ■the first Christmas seal sale in Denmark. The income deri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1944

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. CART STREET FJPI (Memherr LC Jj Estl92 P IIIPYY) 7 MEMBER, SOUTHERN IKTERSCHOLASTIC 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-Co-editors-in-Chief Bettye Barfoot, Florme Hunt Business Manager ••••••• •••• • •f et fy' ::::::::::::::::::: °° . id-S Circulation Staff Dan Walker, Warren Dyson, Roy Redford, Leslie Carlton, Kenneth Lyell, Barbara Green, Charlotte Doggett, Connie Hairfield, Dorothy Whue, ® e .^ tha P ra f,° Assistants to Business Staff .Carroll Alley, Lu S ® wo!!f' Bayard Jeter, Shirley Lett, Jimmy Lumpkin Pierce Wood, Nan Dean, Shirley McGee, Mimi Gershman Philip Gwendolyn Kell, George Bryan, Sarah Kornblau, Minam Clark Typists Lawerence Anderson, Cecilea Adams, Margu...

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