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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member] Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, ya., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor f#ucflle Palmer News Editor Bernard Dabney Exchange Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Watkins ..... Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Floyd r ■ -- - Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer rt.ar»»« Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer S " ' GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosen - fold, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1929

SPORTS Justices-Maury in State Championship Meet Dave Miller's Eleven Downs Mac Pitt's Squad by 13-0 Score Blue and White to Play Maury at . Norfolk Today o Play Commodore's Eleven at Norfolk Today, 3:30; Maury High Has Strong Team; Expects Close Battle . By Herman Wunsch John Marshall's eleven today journeyed to Norfolk to meet the Maury fighting machine. The Justices will do their utmost to stop the hometowners from crossing the John Marshall goal line to register the first count against the Blue and White invaders. The game bears great importance upon the State championship that John Marshall is so well headed to claim. At present Newport News claims first place with three victories and no defeats. Maury and John Marshall rate second with two wins and no defeats. The Norfolkians and Shipbuilders fought a hard battle to end in a 14-14 tie. If the Justices win today, they go to first place to be iied with the Floaters from Newport News. The Blue and Whites will play in the shipbuil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER Ace High- Stop! Look! Listen! The Aces are coming! Who are the Aces ? Why, haven't you heard? They're members of the new ACE club. And they're planning big things, too. Mrs. Womack is their sponsor, and she gives promise of being a good one. Ace Massei boasts the office of president. The mascot? Oh, girls 0 He's no other than that bashful little boy, "Felix" Phaup. Nonmembers lay off! Ace Wood Entertains ' Ace Wood entertained the Aces at her home on Saturday night. And did they have a good time! Well, if you doubt it, just ask any little miss wearing an Ace uniform. The earlier part of the evening was taken up with old and new business, ending with a discussion of financial affairs, which left them all somewhat woe-be-gone —but not for long. Then business was kissed good-bye * for the evening, and what came next is "nobody's business". Clean School Campaign The Aces are planning a continual campaign for keeping our school clean. Always be careful where you put y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 November 1929

Final Prep School Clash of Season at Stadium Today VoL lI—No. 10 Who's Who Section in Marshallite Ballots Will Be Printed In Monocle; Students to Vote for Favorite Candidates; Only Seniors to Run Places in Special Section Are Awarded Winners Students Chosen For Beauty, Most Typical Senior, Brilliance, Attraction, Etc., as Basis of Award A new department is being undertaken in the special feature department of the Marshallite this year. This is a "Who's Who" section which will be carried out along with the theme of the annual —the history of Richmond. All students may participate in the voting for candidates, but only seniors are eligible to run. Ballots will be printed in The Monocle in the following six issues. The points which will be considered for election are beauty, most typical senior, brilliance, style, attraction, and best of all 'round. Boys will participate as well as girls. The rules for the contest are as follows: 1. Nominations must be made on the first ballot of The M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 November 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Bernard Dabney Exchange Editor Robert Ehrman Make-Up Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer ' -£rank KejlaatTTr Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Regina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 November 1929

SPORTS City Championship Meet at Stadium Today John Marshall to Battle McGuire at New Stadium John Marshal) and McGuire's Clash Today at Three P. M. lor City Championship; Expect Large Crowd Close Battle Is Expected Today by Coach Miller The Justices Will Be on Lookout for Ray Kahn, Who Is Very Likely to Score; Bellmen Confident of Victory (Herman Wunsch) Today at 3 o'clock the city champions will be decided at the new Stadium. When the John Marshall and McGuire's boys march upon the field, they seek the honor of the football championship of Richmond prep schools. The Bellmen enter the lined lane confident of victory due to the surprising victory over the strong Saints. .Both of today's teams downed the Saints by a close score of 13-0. A large crowd is expected to see the elevens throw all their power in the game in quest of victory. The Justice squad will have to be on the watch for Ray Kahn, who bids fair to score upon the Millerites. Kahn co-operates with the Parker's forward pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 November 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHA Duckies Sold Comus Tickets "Tickets! Tickets! Buy a ticket to Comus." This was heard all over school. The Duckies were rewarded for their good work by coming in second in the ticket contest. They turned out in full force to usher Saturday afternoon, and they surely know how to usher. Imt Visitor The Imps sail impishly along, and they have lots of ex-sailors returning to visit them. The first skipper of the Imps,- Ouida Dickerson, came back the other day. And Imps Dunn and Todd are generally around. Others are popping in at odd times. Ho, for December 14! The Its Skated Can you feature It Satterfield presiding over the It Club meetings? As vice-president of the It Club, she succeeds It Speairs, who will return to J. M. in February. The It Club meetings are well-at-tended. Why? Maybe, it's due to the fact that Miss "K. D." serves cake and fudge. Who knows ? The next club meeting is to be at the home of Miss "K. D." The Its are looking forward to th? week-end of Decembe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Thanksgiving P EXTRA 3C VoL lI—No. 11 Thanksgiving Holidays Begin Today With Extra Assembly; End Monday The Clubs All Give Things as Usual; the Duckies Will Give a Duck, and the Its a Turkey Wythe Assembly Will Be Held in R Period During the First Assembly the Pupils In Their Home Rooms Will Be Fixing Their Baskets The Thanksgiving holidays, which will extend until Monday, will be begun today with special assemblies at which the different home rooms will present baskets and boxes of fod to be given to the poor. The Wythe Assembly will be held during "R" period, and that for John Marshall, later. Since there are so many pupils, it is necessary for the gatherings to be held separately. Several John Marshall clubs will also give offerings for the needy. These are the Bootsie, Imp, Duckie, Pep, Demon, It, and Chatterbox Clubs. The Duckies will give a duck, and the Its a turkey. This Thanksgiving assembly is always a gala event. Days beforehand, the home rooms and Clubs begin planning wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Nfecsoaiay Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer. News Editor Bernard Dabney.— Exchange Editor Robert Ehrroan Make-Up Editor -Herman Wunsch Sports Editor « Franklin Watkiqs Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Frank Kellam, Jr Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic ' Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Justice Grid Machine to Invade Newport News ****** ****** ****** Dave Miller's Eleven Wins City Championship from McGuires ****** •••*** ****** Indians-Richmond Clash in Annual Battle at Stadium Thurs. Blue and White Ends Season in TurkeyDayTilt John Marshall Hopes to Break Jinx That Newport News Has Held Since 1923; Last Game of Current Season Victory Would Give Tidewater Team Tie Full Strength of Rival Teams Will Be Thrown Into Season's Biggest Tilt; Blue and White Stars End Careers (Continued from Page 1) the long end of the count, however, the Maury Commodores will have a clear title to the football supremacy of the Old Dominion. Not since 1923 has a John Marshall eleven returned to the capital city with a Newport News victory, although in the past few years the games have been close. In 1926, John Marshall was defeated 18-6, Oppenheimer going over the last white line for the only Justice tally of the day. The next season the Blue and White clad gridders invaded the Tidewater ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Page 4 John Marshall Wins City Title In Snow Storm at Stadium (Continued from Page 3) for the Justices were penalized for five yards. Shade failed to gain on a re- SI * HfiSsS:?*' J - » v ®ory* m I TEMPLE WOOTERS, former John Marshall gridiron star, who is expected to get in the game with V. P. I. at Roanoke on Thursday. verse play, Taylor punting to Harris on the 20-yard line. On a reverse play Slaughter fumbled. Kahn lost five yards around end, Harris punting to Taylor on J. M.'s 37-yard line. For the second time of the day, Shade broke away for a 10yard run and a first down. Another first down was made when Haase plunged through center for an 11-yard ■n • » a mm BILL HAASE, brother of Captan Carter Haase of John Marshall. Bill has been a regular guard for V. M. I. for the past three years. *^Gfy<fl^>: MACAULEY McEVER, brother of the famous Gene McEver of Tennessee. McEver plays fullback for V. P. I. advance. On the following play, Taylor electrified the spec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Students Make Reservations For The 'Marshallite' Some Time After Christmas Pupils Will Be Given Another Chance to Reserve The Marshallite All during the past week the students were given a chance to make their reservations for the Marshallite. They responded wonderfully and the ■*< staff is well pleased; however, there are some people who were unable to make their reservation this week, and they have requested that they be given i ® another chance. The staff has decided L to give them this chance some week after Christmas. A lower classman should support the Annual as well as the Senior Class. There are many features in this year book that are of interest to them, for the special feaactivities, athletics, etc., will en- + gage the attention of everyone. When the Marshallite staff says that this will be a bigger and better an- | nual, they mean it. The special fea- | v tures will be very much larger and will cover all the activities. Plans are being made to have the cadet ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 November 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHA By Elizabeth Floyd and Elisabeth Walker , Peps Yo-Yo Last Friday afternoon the Peps jumped and skipped along to Pep Anne Wood's home, where after their Yo-Yo contest, they discussed their future plans. Really you would be surprised at the many "noted" pianists the Peps boast. Some of them entertained Friday with very delightful selections. The performance of Seldon Johnson was enjoyed greatly. After the program had been duly finished, eats were brought on—frozen fruit salad, sandwiches, tea, and chocolate cake. Not bad. In fact, Mary Wright disgraced herself by eating long and fast. Bootsies to Have Fashion Show Lest you should forget, the Bootsies remind you of the fashion show in which they will appear at the Byrd theatre in December. Van Vorts Debate The Van Vort Debating Society held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon, at which time those trying for participation in the State debate, gave a debate on the subject, Resolved that the jury system should be abolished. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1929

MONOCLE Advertising Contest Starts Today Vol. lI—No. 12 Justices End Successful Football Season by Defeating Old RivaL Contest For Advertising Sponsored by The Monocle Club Selling Most Advertising Space Receives Prize; Individuals Also Awarded for Successful Efforts Must Sell Certain Amount to Compete Further Information May Be Gotten From Monocle Office; Advertising Staff Will Give Advice In order to gain more advertisers, the Monocle is running among the clubs and individuals a contest which will begin today and close December 17, the Tuesday before the Christ-, mas holidays. To the club selling the most advertising above one hundred twentyfive inches, a prize of twenty-five dollars will be given. The second prize is fifteen dollars, and the third, ten dollars. The individual student, whether or not he is a club member, who turns in the most advertising above twentyfive column inches will win fifteen dollars. The second and third prizes are ten and five dollars, respectively. By ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published. Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper | Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the PostofSce at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLACCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lacille Palmer News Editor Make-Up Editor —~lferman Wunsch Sports Editor Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer fharlw. Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer Clyde Ratcliffe Cadet Reporter GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Regina Hefflebower, Ellen Richardson, Treville LaTouche. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky V. P....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1929

SPORTS Golden Typhoon Bows to John Marshall Squad Typhoon Clearly Outplayed Throughout Game; Victory of Justices First Defeat of Shipbuilders Since 1923 Junie Smith, Speedy Halfback, Saves Day Twelve Justice Football Stars End Splendid High School Careers in Turkey Day Game in Newport News (Continued from Page 1) med center for one yard, and Smith filtered through guard for 13. Taylor lost a yard at end. Smith gained a yard at guard. Taylor punted. West got 3 yards at tackle, Bryant one at guard, and West punted on the third down again to the 40yard line. Taylor plunged at center for 5 yards, and Wilson made a yard at tackle. Usher gained 12 yards at center. Taylor added 2 at tackle, and H. Smith failed to gain at end. Newport News, off-side, drew a 5yard penalty. Usher failed to gain at guard, after recovering a bad pass from Stewart at center. As Usher was tackled he in turn fumbled and Hallett recovered for the Typhoon. Joynes rammed guard for 2 yards, Gunter center for four, Bry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER Demons at Newport News Many of the Demons hopped in the plane and flew down to Newport News for the game, Thanksgiving. Those that did not go there, went elsewhere, or stayed at home and enjoyed a big dinner. Aces Prepare Baskets Between the preparing of a Thanksgiving basket and the selling of Monoeles, the Aces had a most exciting time Tuesday. Ask Ace Bridwell about her celery and Ace Wood about her cabbage, and you may be assured of the complete tale of the basket. The Aces also met with good fortune the first time they sold Monocles. The wave of an Acey hand, and the sound of an Acey voice did wonders toward making the nickels fly. Aces Have Bridge Party Ace Holland honored the Aces several nights ago by giving them a bridge party. And did they pounce on those banana sundaes—You'd be surprised! Although very little serious playing was done, and Ace Bridwell disgraced herself by eating all the peanuts, the game progressed nicely. Ace Watson won the high score...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1929

LAST CHANGE FOR THE AD CONTEST VoL lI—No. 13 Pupils Made Acquainted Fourth Estate Management Staff Visit Tim&S'Dis patch With Faculty Members and the Managing Editor of the Paper Linotype Machine Proves Interesting Staff Sees "Bulldog" and Late Edition Go to Press; Visit Many Rooms and Meet Persons of Talent and Note By Rosa Flegenheimer How would you like to visit the Times-Dispatch plant from top to bottom and see how the paper is made? This thrill was realized last Friday night, after the Monocle staff had a week in which to dream of it. At precisely eight o'clock members of the editorial and business staffs of the Monocle assembled at Seventh and Broad Streets and marched in a body to the Times-Dispatch building, which is sittiated at Seventh and Cary Streets. Chaperoned by their faculty adviser, the adviser's sister, and their managing editor, who is a sports writer for the Times-Dispatch, the excited crowd took the building by storm. Up three fights of steep steps ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper ( 3 Member! Entered as second-class .matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice , at Richmond, Va., tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT / Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Robert Ehrman Make-Up Editor Herman Wiinsch Sports Editor Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer Clyde Ratcliffe Cadet Reporter GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McCoonell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Regina Hefflebower, Ellen Richardson, Treville LaTouche. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1929

SPORTS Marshall Hockey Team Bows to Saint Catherines Captain Julia Sadler Plays Most Brilliant Game Of Her Whole High School Career By Lucille Palmer Fighting gamely, the Marshallite eleven bowed in defeat to St. Catherine's, Monday, I—2, on the Westhampton field in the last hockey game of .the season. In the first half, the Justices were far superior to their opponents, but, in the last half, the Westhamptonites, coming back with renewed strength, forced the Blue and White to take the defensive much of the time. The first tally of the game came when Kindervater, ably supported by the other forwards, rushed the ball through the goal, after she and Saddler had dribbled the elusive sphere down the field. A few minutes later, the Blue and Gold rallied and a desperate attack tied the score. In ' the second half the Marshallites frequently resorted to penalty corners and roll-ins to save their goal. A few minutes before the final whistle, St. Catharine's broke the tie, by sending the bal...

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