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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1944

December 7, 1944 Justices End Grid Season Last Saturday Sports Views By JIMMY LUMPKIN ALL CITY TEAM About this time each year the city prep coaches put their heads together and come out with an official all-city football eleven. So, we of the Monocle sports staff sez to ourselves, "Sa-a-ay, why can't we make out one of these hyar mythical teams." So, we again sez to ourselves, "Good heavens! We might as w r ell." Dispensing with all formalities, we humbly present our own selections. The greatest trouble came in choosing the tackles, since every team was exceedingly strong here. More trouble came in picking one of the ends and a back. To us it appeared a toss-up between Billy Moore, stellar John Marshall quarterback, and Gerard Bradley, whose defensive game for the Justices has no match in this city. The coin decided 011 the latter. Following is our team, with a number of very good players who received honorable mention: t End—Ed Lindsey, Jayem; end—Don Foxworth, Tee jay; tackle—Jona...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1944

Page Four By ANN WILSON Here we are again! Once more some Marshallites have consented to be talked about. Likes To Jitterbu junior with 'blue eyes and brown curly hair is in homeroom 108. Probably you've seen her sporting those black and gold colors. Yes, she is Mildred Ellis. Mildred get her sweet, but spirited manner and blue eyes from the Irish. She's thoroughly Irish and "proud of it!" If you'd like to see an interesting collection of snap shots, she's really got one. Besides saving pictures of her friends, she works at a local department store on Saturdays and Monday nights. This little lady can sing, too. She takes vocal and is in the John Marshall Choir. One Friday night not so long ago she sang "White Christmas" for the 'boys at McGuire General Hospital. They liked it! Oh, let's not forget to say how much Mildred likes to dance, particularly to jitterbug. WellDressed\Cadet ably seen or heard of Company C's first ranking line sergeant, William Proffitt. He has wavy brown hair...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1945

167 Seniors May Graduate { Frank McCarthy Comes Home Superintendent Binfordßetires Brown Relates Adventures Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 7 167 Have Hope For Graduation, January 29,8*00 P. M. Diplomas To Be Presented By Dr. Roshier W. Miller In Jayem Auditorium One hundred and fifty-nine Marshallites have made application for graduation in February. There are sixty-five boys and ninety-four girls on the list for graduation. Dr. Roshier W. Miller, city school board chairman, will present the diplomas at the commencement exercises, which will begin at 8:00 P. M. Tuesday, January 29, in the John Marshall High School auditorium. Those applying for graduation are as follows: Herbert Allen, John Andrews, Hugh Barnes, Leon Bayne, David Beverly, Paul Beverly, Eugene Bookman, Logan Brown, Ralph Brown, William Butler, Kenneth Byrd, Robert Davis, Charles Dedeiiaji, Alfred Denzler, R. C. Dickerson, William Doub, Linwood Drudge, Warren Dyson, and Walton Egelanian. Evans and Fidler Apply Other boys ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1945

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET <INTE»NATIONAP Jsk. MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929. at the pottoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief . .Logan Brow n, Helen HasUns Venture Editors , Wanaa Harrell, William DOUD S torts Editors . Warren Dyson, Robert Dickerson Copy Editors Aubrey Tucker, Ann Jackson, Ann Doggett, Ethel Bazacos, Virginia Hayden. , p Business Managers.. ; Kaufman, Assistants 'to' Editorial and Business Staffs,. . ...Louis A. Cresaoli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Lois Kreienbaum, Joy HuH. Btny Barlcey, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Coll er, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson, Dale Huke, Jr., Ed Murray, Betty Benson, Dons Golden, Eugen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1945

January 10, 1945 John Marshall Defeats Randolph-Macon Bees Justices Beat Yellow Jackets Marshallites Take First Game Of Basketball Season By 43 to 18 Score John Marshall High School Justices defeated Randolph-Macon's B basketball team 43 to 18 last Thursday night in Ashland. Co-captain Kenneth Gathright, guard, and Forrest Simmons, forward, led all scorers with ten points apiece. Paul Gentry, new center for the Blue .and White team, showed up well by sinking four goals for eight points. A Randolph-Macon guard, Harlow, with eight points led his team. There were very few fouls, and Sonny Carroll was the only player to shoot a foul goal. The box-score follows: Randolph-Macon G. F. P. Barner, f o o o Barnewy, f 1 o 2 Thrift, f 1 o 2 Harlow, g 4 o 8 Huges, g 1 o 2 Thompson, f o o o Charlton, j, go o o Vaughn, go o o Charlton, d 1 o 2 Griffith, g 1 o 2 Wans, f o o o Total 9 o 18 John Marshall G. F. P. Carroll, f ..2 1 5 Simmons, f 5 o 10 Gentry, c 4 o 8 Garbett, g 2 o 4 Gathright, g 5 o 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1945

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By WANDA HARRELL < v v "> "The time has come," the calendar says to tell of many things, of graduates, caps and gowns, and new high school rings." (With apologies to Alice In IVonderland.) Well-liked Al,i T gl ; he , romes to school only two periods, Linwood Drudge is well known and liked by his fellow pupils. Maybe it's because of his beautiful brown eyes, known to all girls, or maybe because of his wavy hair or his smile showing his picture book teeth. Engines, motors —well, all mechanical things interest him, ,and he has hope of owning his own filling station some day. In the meantime, Lin works as an inspector in a cleaners. As usual with boys, Linwood has a deep interest in all sports, yet dislikes dancing. "The only fact is that I like to loaf, but I have no time," says he. Cheerful Girl " shc c "" ink J keeps our homeroom cheerful," remarked a homeroom teacher about Winnie W 7 ilcox. Friends confirm that statement saying that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 February 1945

161 Students Graduate Richmond Hero Returns 17 Sophs Head Honor Roll Room 114 Subscribes First Vol. XVIII (16th Year) No. 8 161 Graduates Get Diplomas FromDr.Miller Reverend M. C. Booker Delivers Invocation For Commencement With Principal James C. Harvvood presiding, 161 girls and boys received their diplomas in the John Marshall High School Auditorium last Friday night, February The graduates entered to the "Festival March" by Mendelssohn. This was followed by the flag salute and the singing of the National Anthem. The Reverend Moffett C. Booker, of East End Baptist Church, delivered the invocation, and the entire assembly sang. "O God Our Help in Ages Past". Choir Sings The choir then sang two pieces "O Praise the Name of the Lord" by Ivanoff-'Norden, and "Gypsy Love Song" by Herbert-Trinkous. Dr. Roshier W. Miller, chairman of city school board, delivered -the diplomas. • Dr. Miller paused several times for special numbers by the choir and orchestra. The orchestra played "Selecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 February 1945

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 GNTEBNATIONAD n§r| (Memberr W J) Est192 0 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-in-Chief . Carroll Alley, James Lumpkin Feature Editort - Shirley Lett, Shirley McGee New Editor Miriam Clark Business Managers Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter Copy Editors Mimi Gershman, Sarah Kornblau, Gwendolyn Kell. Art Editor Ge i >rge ,?,.? an Managing Editor • • Ann Wilson Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Lucille Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Nan Dean, Alyce Finke, Jean Hall, Jo Lyle, Virginia McAllister, Audrey Tomes. . Typists Lois Clark, Gladys Edwards, Virginia Glasco, Pauline Hicks, Joyce Higgins, Joyce Hoge, J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 February 1945

February 8, 1945 John Marshall Beats Granby by Score of 31-30 Abe Levin Receives Air Medal For Distinguished Bravery "I kissed the ground when I got back," laughed Corporal Abe Levin, describing his part in the battle of Attu for which he received the Air Medal .for distinguished bravery. He was visiting the pressroom here at school, when interviewed. This very modest young man admitted that while he was a gunner on a B-26, his plane sank a Jap ship in Attu Harbor. The pilot dive-bombed the ship but missed. Corporal Levin strafed the deck of the ship, and then they went back and dropped three more bombs, this time sinking the ship. Their airplane was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire, but arrived safely at its base. While in the Army Air Corps, Corporal Levin was stationed also at Cold Bay, in the Aleutions, where his squadron prevented the Japs from invading Dutch Harbor, Alaska. The 73 rd Bomb Squadron took off in a fog to search for a Jap carrier. They couldn't see the ship, bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 February 1945

February 8, 1945 , John Marshall Beats Granby by Score of 31-30 Abe Levin Receives Air Medal For Distinguished Bravery "I kissed the ground when I got back," laughed Corporal Abe Levin, describing his part in the battle of Attu for which he received the Air Medal for distinguished bravery. He was visiting the pressroom here at school, when interviewed. This very modest young man admitted that while he -was a gunner on a B-26, his plane sank a Jap ship in Attu Harbor. The pilot dive-bombed the ship but missed. Corporal Levin strafed the deck of the ship, and then they went back and dropped three more bombs, this time sinking the ship. Their airplane was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire, but arrived safely at its base. While in the Army Air Corps, Corporal Levin was stationed also at Cold Bay, in the Aleutions, where his squadron prevented the Japs from invading Dutch Harbor, Alaska. The 73rd Bomb Squadron took off in a fog to search for a Jap carrier. They couldn't see the ship, b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 February 1945

Page Four Wrl of Whirls By SHIRLEY and SHIRLEY McGEE Hello! Look what we have this week—a neat little bundle of charms, huh? Here she comes now gracefully toward us —yes, it's Theresa Reid! Probably we all know her better by "Teesa". Her lovely brown eyes sparkle brightly as she greets you in her certain sweet way. Dreams of Overa lees * up tor graduation this June. She plans 'to join the cadet nurses but says, "I've always dreamed of being an opera star." We can easily imagine ber name in lights, for she has taken part in all the musical groups in school —the choir, girls' chorus, and the opera. She is to take the leading part of Gretchen in The Red Mill which will be given here at school sometime in March. As a member of the G. I. Josefiends, she helps cheer the wounded boys at MoGuire General Hospital and the Army Air Base. The G. I.'s really like to hear her sing "When You Wish Upon a &tar". "I love to ride horseback," smiled Theresa, "but in the summer, 'Sallv' and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 February 1945

Spanish-French Banquet Spring Stories for 'Record' New Commercial Courses 100% Monocle Subscriptions Vol. XVIII (16th Year) No. 9 Press Editor Likes Praises It Commends Arrangements Literary Quality, Poems, Editorials, Book Reports The Record have received the following words of praise for the recent issue of the magazine from The National Scholastic Press Association: "You have made effective use of every space area in this issue, even to the front and back inside covers! "Ann Hasker's 'lnto Thy Hands' is an excellent piece of writing, and although we try to encourage student writers to write from their own side of the picture about the war and similar problems, feeling the observations are more likely to be accurate and meaningful, in this sketch there is truth and sincerity to make the reader forget that the author is a school girl, not the doctor who is speaking. Good Variety "There is good variety in the type of contents included in this issue, and you have arranged them well t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 February 1945

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 wis RSn ("ember (* W *j Est. I92l) 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, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Carroll Alley, James Lumpkin Feature Editors Shirley •Lett, Shirley McGee Ne<ws Editor Miriam Clark Business Managers Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter Copy Editors Sarah Kornblau, Gwendolyn Kell Art Editor George Br van Managing Editor ..Ann Wilson Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Lucille Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Nan Dean, Alyce Finke, Jean Hall, Jo Lyle, Virginia McAllister, Audrey Tomes, Mimi Gershman. Typists... .Lois Clark, Gladys Edwards, Virginia Glasco, Pauline Hicks, Joyce Higgins, Joyce Hoge, Jean Holmes, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 February 1945

( February 22, 1945 Track Season Opens with 38 Prospects J. M. Track Season Opens. 38 Candidates Appear Candidates for the J<ihn Marshall track team reported to the Wythe Cafeteria Hast Monday a week ago. There will be three 3ettermen returning. Claude Patterson and Louis Powers, co-captains, and Bobby Davis are the returning lettermen. Coach "Tommy" Thompson, the track mentor, has issued equipment to thirty-eight candidates, but he has no definite idea as to what material he has. Mr. Thompson is depending on Claude Patterson to make good in the discus and shot-put. He is also depending on Bobby Davis to do the high-jumping. Powers will do the hurdling. The first meet is set for March 31, when the Justices pilay Washington-Lee High at John Marshall's field. A schedule for the season is as follows: March 31 —Washington-Lee—here April 7 —Petersburg—here April 14 —'Maury or Granby—there April 21 —Tidewater—Williamsburg April 28 —Woodberry—here May 5 —Maury or Granby—here May...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 February 1945

Page Four Cf) t Wrl of Sbirto By SHIRLEY LETT and SHIRLEY McGEE Irresistible Eyes " e "°; " ar ; J shadilites! After snooping about the halls of John Marshall, we find more personalities for you. The first we found, not behind a book, but tripping gaily down (the steps to a rendezvous. Sho' nuff, it's Virginia McAllister, that darkihaired, green-eyed, pert little miss who's heart belongs to a 'certain threestriper in Company B. "Playing the piano, reading and keeping my scrapbook of memories up-to-date takes up most of my spare time," said Virginia with a meaningful smile that just said, "When I'm not with Alfred." This silick chick, secretary of the John Marshall chapter of the Red Cross, is incidentally the sister of Clyde McAllister, former letterman on the 1941 football team. We are about to leave Virginia when we see a tall, dark-haired, brown-eyed cadet approach her, and Our curiosity compels us to catch a closer glimpse of this cadet. Boy with a Grin 'Tis Alfred Denzler, that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1945

Nine Girls Three Boys Join Society Quill and Scroll Receives Distinguished Members Of Publication Staffs Nine girls and three boys were initiated last Friday into the John Marshall Chapter of Quill and Scroll, international society for high school journalists. Blue and gold footlights blended with the glow of the candles of Truth, Initiative, Opportunity, Leadership, Culture, Friendship, and Loyalty. Lois Peace Plays Soft strains of music drifted from the piano as Lois Peace played. The great blue curtains we're drawn back, and Carroll Alley, president, lighted the candle of Truth and named the standards upon which the society was built. Marie Pendleton and Ann Hasker lighted the other six candles. Twelve Become Members The twelve who give their time and talent to John Marshall's publications, The Record, and The Monocle were Shirley Armstrong, Cornelia Ayre, Richard Burnette, George Bryan, Miriam Clark, Barbara Greaver, Lucille Herring, Helen Hicks, Bayard Jeter, Shirley Lett, Shir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1945

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET CIMTTWUTIOWAB scn RgFj (Member (j Jf MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter SeptenAer 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3. 187 V. Co-editor,-in-Chief Carroll Alley James Lump^in business Managers.../. Lucille Herring, Bavard Jeter aTE!^ 0 ". • • •••• • • •'• • • an; "j^iyfe^V&ra McAllister, Audrey Tomes, Mimi Gershman. _ Typists... .Lois Clark, Gladys Edwards, Virginia Glasco, Pauline Hicks Joyce Higgins, Joyce Hoge, Jean Holmes, Colette James, Sarah' &lauf Joyce* Mildred Martir>. /ranees Phillips, Eunice Raikes, Edith Rhoda Rochkind, Jean Rose, Margaret Shelton, Shirley Smith, Charlotte Spencer, Audrey Tate, Virginia Taylor, Carolyn TinsW, Audrey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1945

x»iarch 8, 1945 Former Assistant Coach Asks About Sports # SPORTS # By DYSON AND HASKINS FORMER ATHLETES IN SERVICE Frank: (Chesty) Grossman, a former John Marshall student, now . yeoman first class somewhere in the Pacific, on his way to California vas fiddling with a ouija board. It told him two things. He asked it what he would do after the war. It answered, "School", and named the University of West Virginia and spelled the coach's name. Frank starred on the basketball court when he was at Jayem. Gilbert (Gilly) Faison, also a former Marshallite and a pitcher on the team of Virginia Tech, is pitching ball for one of Uncle Sam s teams in Panama. The Richmond rebel as he is called is one great player. He doesn't smoke or drink and seldom curses. He is really a proud son of John Marshall. Raymond Cash, now in the Navy, is on the basketball team of the j. <S. Naval Air Station in Florida. Ttis team includes lieutenants, * -lieutenant commanders, ensigns, and enlisted men ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1945

Page Four Wrl of Sbirls By SHIRLEY LETT and SHIRLEY McGEE Hello, Marshallites! Here it is the windy month of March. 'I is said that it's an ill wind that blows nobody good, but the wind that blows around the halls of John Marshall brings us all good in the persons of Evelyn Buchannan, Edward Altman, and Donald Doeppe. "Home in Indiana" r e et^ haired Evelyn Buchannan is a sophomore and a newcomer to Richmond, having moved here during the summer from her "Home in Indiana". Her father, a-.major in the Army, is being transferred soon, and the family plans to drive to California, stopping en route in Hollywood and New Mexico. "I'm crazy about Richmond and John Marshall,' v smiled Evelyn. "I hate to leave, ibut I'm hoping we can come back here when my father leaves for overseas duty." Evelyn's hobby, since she was seven, has been playing the accordion, and she really goes to town on her mother of pearl accordion made in Italy. She never lacks an audience, for when the neighborhood boys a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1945

Pupils Choose Richmond Back War Loan Drive Sophomores Name Queen Lowell Praises Kelley Vol. XVIII (17th Year) No. 13 School Paper To Support 7th War Loan Miss Bandli Suggests Ways Schools May Publicize Through Their Newspapers "I think the school paper is in an excellent position to help publicize the 7th War Loan drive and the immense job that faces every individual," said Miss Margaret Bandli, editor of the High School Clip Sheet which is sent out to high school newspapers every month. She came to Richmond last week on two missions. .Her first duty was to attend the War Finance Committee meeting as a representative of the United States Treasury Department War Finance Division in Washington, D. C. The second was to visit John Marshall and two other schools to see how well the Clip Sheet is used and how its plans and suggestions are carried out. The Treasury Department wishes to find ways the school papers can publicize the Seventh War Loan drive. Bonds for Graduation "We hope that ...

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