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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 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 (INTERNATIONAL^ I (Member^ - r j Est. 192T) MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P°s*oflice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Carroll Alley, James Lumpkin Feature Editors Shirley Lett, Shirley McGee News Editor • -Miriam Clark Business Managers Lucille Herring, Bavard J^ter Copy Editors Sarah Kornblau, Gwendolyn Kell Art Editor r George Br van Managing Editor n Wilson Exchange Editor •WW ar Dy*" l Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Lucille Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Alyce Finke, Jean Hall, Jo Lyle, Virginia McAllister, Audrey Tomes, Helen Haskins, Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace, Nan Dean. Typists Lois Clark, Gladys Edwards, Virginia Glasco, Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1945

April 26, 1945 Crimson Wave Beats John Marshall Teejay Whips John Marshall Late Rally Brings Victory To Thomas Jefferson High; Bradley Leads in Hitting By virtue of a big seventh inning rally, Thomas Jefferson defeated John Marshall in a city championship game 14 to ir, Wednesday a week ago. Gerard Bradley pounded out four hits for six times at the plate. Justices, Ahead John Marshall scored three runs the first inning, knocking Cordoza, Thomas Jefferson's southpaw hurler, out of the •box. Thomas Jefferson scored three runs in its half of the first inning, tying the score. From the first inning to the seventh, the Justices built up the score to ten runs to Thomas Jefferson's four. Presidents Rally With two outs in its half of the seventh, Thomas Jefferson started a rally, which didn't stop until the score was ii to 10, in favor of Thomas Jefferson. Salyers went off the mound to first base, and Melvin Harris pitched the remainder of the game. Thomas Jefferson scored three more runs i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1945

Page Four sPirl of §i)irls By SHIRLEY LETT and SHIRLEY McGEE How's the world treating ya'? Fine and dandy? Well good! Say—here we have a lovely April shower of two of the cutest you'll ever meet. See if you don't agree ? ! Little May Joyce (namely males). Sigh—sigh. Ain't she just precious and the tiniest gal you ever did see. Look at those—Oh My! beautiful brown eyes and that—-(wolf-wolf) just too too divine smile that makes her "as petite as sweet Joan Leslie". One of hex main attractions is that pretty curly hair of hers. "Hubba-hubba", the boys in the hospitals call as May Joyce Waring sings "Always" w r ith the "G. I. Josefiends" (meaning "More and More") !! She's really a nightingale, as has been shown in the talent she gives out with, not only for the soldiers but for the choir and girls' chorus. All of us heard her not long ago in the Red Mill. Right. Now, she's president of the sopranos in the choir. On the other hand, she'd rather go swimming than anything else. This senio...

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

Students To Vote Soon Mexican Speaks To Class Drama Class Entertains Annual Goes To Press Vol. XVIII (17th Year) No. 14 McKinney Announces Candidates Ann Hasker, Barkley Give Campaign Speeches In All Assemblies Last week the Student Association took charge of the assemblies. George McKinney, president of the associations, presided, and spoke to the assemblies on the Dumbarton Oaks conference and the importance of democracy in the world today. w "We are presenting to you the candidates 'for the offices of the student association and the members of the executive committee. We want every one to vote and take advantage of the •democracy that we have in John Marshall. Every Marshallite should take advantage of this privilege," said the president. Barkley, Ann Hasker Speak "I think we have some fine candidates for officers and for the committee," declared Miriam Clark, vice ■president of the association. In these assemblies Ann Hasker and Billy Barkley, candidates for president, presented...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 May 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 {INTERNATIONAL;) so **£\ RLN MCMBFCR U W , m MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER. COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the Pf?J" office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act or March 3, Is/!'. Co-editor,-in-Chief Carroll Alley, James Lumpkin Feature Editors Shirley Lett, Shirk? McGee News Editor ■•••••••••• v • Clark Business Managers Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter Copy Editors Sarah Kornblau, Gwendolyn Kell Art Editor. G ~ r f Brvan Managing Editor Exchange Editor • • •^, arr |"j,^L n Assistants to Editorial and Business Stags.. .... .Lucille Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Alvce Finke, Jean Hall, J° Lyk,■ McAllister, Audrey 'Tomes, Helen Haskins, Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace, Nan Dean. # . .. Typists Lois Clark, Gladys Edwards, Virginia ...

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

May 10, 1945 John Marshall Beats Crimson Wave St.Christopher Downs Justices Hawkins, Ghewning Hit Runs; Bradley, Salyers Get Triples for Justices A fighting Justice nine dost to the Saint Christophers team two weeks ago today, by the close margin of 8 to 7. Bradley and Salyers hit triples for Jayem, and Hawkins and Chewning got home runs for the Saints. The Justices were .ahead 2 to 1 in the first part of the game, but the Saints tied the score. The Jayem nine scored two more, however, to regain the lead. When these two runs came across, it was raining hard, and it looked as though John Marshall would win the game in the fifth inning, but .a few minutes later the rain stopped. In the sixth inning, Saint Christopher's tallied five runs, headed by Lyn Chewning, Saint first baseman, who blasted a home run with the bases loaded. The Justices were not to be outdone, and on a triple by Salyers, scoring two men, and then a long fly hit by Jimmy Lumpkin, the score was tied. The Saints score...

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

Page Four -C&t Sttiirl of Strirls By HELEN HASKINS SHIRLEY PEACE IDA KAUFMAN ANNE JACKSON " 'Tis the merry month of May," With summer well on its way, So gather around, lads and lassies, And see who is tops today. Band Boy Byrd W ' H ' lo ° k J J who s coming! None other than that regular band boy Byrd Chancey. "The band is the best in the corps, and full .of the swellest bunch of fellows," he says about his favorite topic of conversation. Byrd proudly sports a first sergeant's stripes to show that he works in his company, 'too. This friendly junior in homeroom 207 plays his clarinet not only in the band, but also in the orchestra. Hi admits his need for improvement because of his Lack of practice, but we hear he's a fine musician. His favorite sports are football and horseback riding, his favorite hobby—well, ah, Mary Frances. (Oh, so that's why he doesn't pay attention to his music in the orchestra.) Jitterbug Mollie May ; What have we here? 'She's right on the beam wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

304 Hope To Graduate Juniors Will Hold Party Cadets March in Parade Boy and Girl of Week Named Vol. XVIII (17th Year) No. 15 Richmond Music Lovers Hold Concert All Public Schools Take Part in Festival At Mosque May 10, 11 "Let the love of literature, sculpture, architecture, and above all, of music, enter your lives;" said Theodore Roosevelt, and this could be the theme of the Spring Festival Concert held by the Richmond Public 'Schools at the Mosque May io and n. The concert held on sisted of selections by all-city choruses and an all-city fourth grade tonette band. The program began with the singing of ''America". 500 Take Part As the red velvet curtains rose, the elementary choir of 500 sang three selections—"To God On High", "Morning Song" and "America, iMy Own" by Nobel Cain, Mr. Wendell Sanderson, Richmond music director, conducting. An a cappella junior high all-city choir then sang "Now Thank We All Our God" by iCruger, Mrs. .Sydney Swann conducting, and "No Wind Stirs" by L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

R s age Two THE MONOCLE V (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of I JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA I PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET raw YG| 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, 187*. Co-editors-in-Chief Carroll Alley, James Lumpkin Feature Editors Shirley Lett, Shirley McGee Ne-ws Editor • •;• -v • • Miriam Clark Business Managers Lucille Herring, Bayard Jeter Copy Editors Sarah Kornblau, Gwendolyn Kell Art Editor G 7 rge «r7 aD Managing Editor VVi n v? n Exchange Editor • •^f lar 1 arr J n ,'- > y son Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. ..,. .Lucille Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Alyce Finke, Jean Hall, Jo Lyle, Virginia McAllister, Audrey Tomes, Helen Haskins, Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace, Nan Dean. # Typists Lois Clark, Gladys Edward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 His Father Writes Tribute to Son, Captain Charles W. Mylius, Jr. All over the world, sorrowing bur proud fathers and mothers are experiencing what the parents of Captain Charles Mylius have as a memory. Ihe following tribute to Charles was written by his father: To honor Captain Charles Woodford Mylius, Jr. a memorial service was held HI honor of Captain Mylius at St. Stephen's Church, at five o'clock in the afternoon, March 11. The Reverend B. B. Comer Lile, formerly of the Church of the Ascension in Richmond, conducted the services. At the age of 12, Charles professed faith in Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. Nor was this avowal on his part a mere conventional step; he lived that faith with a consistency of power and beauty such as few young men have ever shown. Captain Charles Woodford Mylius, Jr., 21, was born on May 5, 1923 at Johnson-Willis Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodford Mylius, Westham, Richmond, Virginia. He attended S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

Page Four . 1 The Following Firms of Richmond Contribute This Page In Honor of Our John Marshall Alumni v i ' > Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice In World War II: \ * Automobile Club of Virginia, Inc. Virginia Electric and Power Company Green & Koegel, 1nc.,410 E. Broad Street, Uniforms Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company J. B. Hughes Motor Company, 2024 W. Broad St. _ 0 The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. The Reynolds Metals Company, Richmond, Va. I Richmond Buick Company, Incorporated ■ = SUPPORT THE SEVENTH WAR LOAN DRIVE!! THE MONOCLE May 24, 1945

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 Justices Whip Presidents with 11-3 Score Saints Whip Justices, 6 to 4 Taking *an early lead but failing to keep it, John Marshall lost a hardfought game last Wednesday two weeks ago to St. Christopher's at St. Christopher's. Lee Hicks was the starting hurler for John Marshall, but he turned the mound duties over to Kenneth Oathright in the sixth inning. The Justices were leading into the last half of the sixth, with St. Christopher's at the bat, but errors by Hulce and Bradley allowed the iSaints to pull the score up to 6 to 3. The Justices scored one more run but couldn't push across enough to win. Coach Denton Awards Letters to Baseball Boys Upon recommendation of the coach, Mr. Durwood E. Denton, the following boys have been awarded the school monogram for participation in baseball: Kenneth Gathright Lee Hicks Thomas Shelton Garfield Salyers Mert Jones Gerard Bradley James Lumpkin Leon Bayne Paul Vest Clyde Mallory Dale Hulce Stuart Garbett George Hambleton Lud Marsh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 May 1945

Page Six 3U!)irl of gfiirte By SHIRLEY LETT AND SHIRLEY MaGEE Hi, MarshalLites! Well, guys and gals, since this is our last spin through the halls of old John Marshall, -we pay tribute to the seniors in this our last whirl! Vivian Clarke our fiw covery is that cute li'l' chick, Vivian Clarke! She's a bappy combination of curly blonde hair, blue-gray eyes, qnd a sprinkling of freckles to boot! "My favorite pastime is going to Urbanna on week-ends," grinned Vivian slyly. Hmm, girls—wonder what Urbanna has that Richmond hasn't? Vivian makes some of those sweet little numbers you see her wearing, and likes to swim, play horseshoes, play the piano, and listen to Perry Como and Vaughn Monroe. Oh, fellows, this is too good <to be true —she can cook, too! She also seems to like pipe-smoking, boys. Now, now, boys don't all of you start! "I guess I'll go to work after I loaf a little," said Vivian. "I always thought I'd be glad to get out v of John Marshall, but now I hate to go!" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1945

Corps Names Officers McCarthy Takes New Honor Clubs Install Officers Student Group Makes Plans Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. Student Group Plans Ahead For School President Asks Pupils To Support Officers Through Coming Year The John Marshall Student Association heild its first meeting of this term Tuesday, two weeks ago, and planned some of the coming activities of the year. This year's officers to be inaugurated October i, are Billy Barkley, president; Joy Hull, vice president; Ann Marie Harden, secretary; and Randolph Cosby, treasurer. To Award Banners Student representatives will sell Victory stamps this year, and again there will be banners for 100% homerooms. Students tare asked to support the new stamp sales as well as 'they backed the previous war stamp sales. New committee members are Shirley Green, Mary Childress, 'Mary Frances Sweeney, Fletcher Owens, and George Yeamans, cafeteria committee; Wanda Bruce, Emma Tilman, and Jorease Moore, program planning; Dick Harris, Ann Hasker,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1945

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET qWTEMATIONAiJ PRH ✓ — Jg® (Member f jf jEst'Ogl) MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter Septemher 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Logan Brown, Helen Haskins Feature Editors Wanaa Harrell, William Doub Sports Editors Warren Dyson, Robert Dickerson Copy Editors Aubrey Tucker, Ann Jackson, Ann Doggett, Ethel Bazacos, Virginia Hayden. Business Managers Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Louis A. Crescioli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Louis Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy Barkley, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Collier, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson. Typists. .. .Marvin Rosenfeld, Katherine Dun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1945

September 27, 1945 Justices To Play Benedictine Tomorrow • SPORTS # By DYSON AND SHARPE Ed Lindsey and Stuart Kersey, co-captains of the Big Blue team, will both play on the line. Lindsey will hold down left end with Kersey at guard or tackle. Both bovs got letters last year. ** * * Bill Klein and Dave Bucher, two football highlights of Jayem's championship teams in 1940, '4l, '42, are out of the service and have reported to William and Mary for football. Klein will practice in the left end position, while Bucher will be in the backfield. ** * * When the Blue and White went into action against Crewe at 3 :30 P. M., the starting line showed Co-captain Edward Lindsey at left end, Clyde Curley at left tackle, Jack Williams at left guard, Bill Daniels at center, Co-captain Stuart Kersey at right guard, Kerry Mcßroome at right tackle, and Ted Filer at right end. Stuart Garbett, who has been shifted from center to quarterback, teamed with Fullback Jack Eads, Left Halfback Robert Davis, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1945

Page Four ITS JUST JUSTICE By BILL DOUB Hi, kids! Glad to see you! After a wonderful vacation we get back to dear old JM, meet lots of new friends, and renew .acquaintances with our old ■friends like— Jack Stroud ° ne of ,he c<>rp '' new captains 1 s Jack Stroud. Jack is actively engaged in many sports, as well as being an outstanding cadet. This solid sender has curly brown hair, blue eyes, and a •bashful smile that is a killer. A true Marshallite, Jack, whose initials are even J. M. S., plays basketball for the school, and is one of D Company's football stars. Besides sports, Jack is a member of the National Honor Society, as well as of the Cadet Honor Committee. He say's, "I don't like girls," but he does like to smoke a pipe. During the summer vacation, Jack played post office, err, that is he worked in the post office. "He just loves to have Sylvan Fox play jokes on 'him." Well girls, there he is! A cute, bashful, curly-haired, blue-eyed, captain who pla'y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1945

Red Gross Opens Drive Teachers Hear Mr. Oliver Juniors Elect Officers Students Install Heads Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 2 Mr. G. J. Oliver Discusses Aids In Teaching Outlines Processes In Using New Means Of Learning How To Live "The major contribution of the audio-visual aid in instruction is that it gives the student a better understanding of how other people act, think, and live," said Mr. George J. Oliver, head of the education department of the College of William and Mary, when he spoke to the Senior High School Teachers Association in the John Marshall High School library last Monday. Effects Economy Mr. Oliver, who was introduced by Assistant 'Superintendent W. H. Deierhoi, said that the new program, which has been used as an effective means of training in the Army and Navy, effects an economy of time in learning, increases initial learning, and gives permanence to learning. "It offers new opportunities for learning," he added, "through the use of maps, globes, slides, and motio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 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 raw If nTTHiiT) ygll v MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P° s ~ office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Logan Brown, Helen Haskins Feature Editors Wanda Harrell, William Doub Sports Editors Warren Dyson, Robert Dickerson Copy Editors Aubrey Tucker, Ann Jackson, Ann Doggett, Ethel Bazacos, Virginia Hayden. Business Managers Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. ... .Louis A. Cresaoh, Phyllis Bledsoe, Louis Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy Barklev, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Collier, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson . Typists Marvin Rosenfeld, Kathenne Dunkum, Edith Brinson, Phyl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1945

October u, 1945 Saint Christopher Crushes John Marshall • SPORTS # By ALTON SHARPE Jimmy Lumpkin, a former Marshallite and a co-editor of The Monocle, played in the V. M. 1.-Richmond game. This is Jimmy's first year at the University of Richmond. At left end for Richmond, Jimmy played a good game, both\offensive and defensive. ** * * With one loss and one win behind them, the Justices look forward to winning more games. From the three games which the Justices have played, Coach Durwood Denton has learned the weak and strong points of the team. Now that the boys have grasped most of the fundamentals, the coach plans to smooth off the rough edges and get the team into shape for its coming game with George Washington High on Saturday, October 13. ** * * With daily drills in tackling and blocking the Justices are showing steady improvement. However there is room for more improvement, and the way the boys are working at practice the team should be much improved in the next few weeks. W -...

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