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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1945

Page Four rrs JUST JUSTICE By WANDA HARRELL "The melancholy days have come, the saddest of the year,' wrote one poet referring to the few weeks before ■the winter season. Yet what have Marsballites to fear since they have such cheerer-uppers? Football Hero^*^ true Marshallites at present is the football * team —the dear old Justices. Since 'twould be well nigh impossible to describe every member of the team here, let's just pick an extra special one—say, Stuart Kersey. He's got just about the broadest shoulders'there 'are! Culy brow r n hair, smiling brown eyes, a grin that could knock any girl for a loop—yet this co-captain was supposed to have been chosen for ability, not looks. Swimming, eating, and studying history are his main interests. Incidentally, Stuart likes football. Questioned as to his future plans, Kersey answered, "After graduating in June, I want to enter the University of Richmond to study for the ministry." Pretty Senior feet translation for "jolie fille" —Emma Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1945

Clifton Long Gomes Home Work Begins on 'Marshallite' Senior Council Meets Girl Reserves Hold Party Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 3 Long Relates Experiences In Europe Stays in Bavarian Alps, Goes to Oberammergau, Buys Perfume in Paris "After the war, I spent some time in Gamisch Partenkinchem, a resort town, which was the scene of the Winter Olympics in 1936," said Private First Class Robert Clifton Long, of the Tenth Armored Division, during a visit to the journalism class on a recent Thursday. A rifleman in an armored infantry battalion, Clifton saw action in France, Luxembourg, and Germany. He told the class of his stay in Europe since V-E day. Bavaria, Beautiful Bavaria is the most beautiful country I have ever seen," declared Long who served as co-editor of The Monocle with particular distinction. There are two large mountains, Mount Zugspitz and Mount Kreuzick, near the town, and a cable oar carried the infantryman across the ravines -to the peak of the mountains, where he spent an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1945

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED B* THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET fm\ (Memberjf J)tst.\9Z\) 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, liS/V. Co-editors-in-Chief Logan Brown, Helen Haskins Feature Editors Wanda Harrell, William Doub Sports Editors Warren Dyson, Robert Dickerson Copy Edilors Aubrey Tucker, Ann Jackson, Ann Doggett, Ethel Bazacos, Virginia Hayden. Business Managers Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace Exchanges ;•••••■•• —.• - Lee Barbour Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs..... Louis A. Crescioli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Louis Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy Barkley, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Co.lier, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson, Dale Hulce, rv^L^Marvin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1945

October 25, 1945 Corps of Cadets To Go to Granby in Body Corps Active In Sports Hotchkiss Field Scene of Numerous Victories And Defeats on Sundays The Red Raiders of F Company lost a football game last Sunday a week ago at Hotchkiss Field to the brown and gold of the Band by a score of ' 19 to 13. This defeat was the first league game lost by F Company in the past two seasons. Bobby Pate, quarterback for the Bajid, was the day's outstanding player as his speed led the Band to victory. Floyd Smith and Dale Hulce scored F Company's two touchdowns. Company F defeated Company A last Sunday week ago at Hotchkiss Field by the small margin of 6 to o. The game started with Company F kicking to the red and blue, and from this point on most of the game was ■ played between F's forty-yard line and A's goal line. Just before the half the red and black colors were at Company A's goal line, but because of the tightening of the red and blue's defense at the end of the half, Company F's Red Raiders...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1945

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By BILL DOUB A third of the term is over and the first reports have come out. How about it? Did you pass? Here are some of our Marshallites who will pass any examination. Our first solid sender is a Slick Chick 1 "*" is a room 7. Connie Hay has light brown hair .and large pretty eyes that —well, they change color with her mood. When she's mad they're brown, and when she's happy they seem to be a greenish blue. A gay gal, Connie loves hayrides and horse-back-riding more than almost .anything else. Who doesn't? She says she has a fiery temper. But have you seen that bright smile? Oh, brother! She doesn't take lessons, or even have a piano, but she plays the piano nevertheless. Don't ask me. I don't know how! A member of the "Goffer's Club," (Goffer's — meaning they "Go for" cadets —it really does) Connie really does go for the cadet corps, especially the Staff. She loves parades and dancing, but her favorite pastime is talking on the telephone to that — Cut...

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

'Record' To Come Out Red Gross Has Program 'Marshallite' Wins Honor Miss Keene Names Chairmen Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 4 RED CROSS OFFICERS AND SERGEANT EXAMINE POSTERS N f W * ■-/ y f 0 3S^B iff f" —Courtesy The Richmond Times-Dispatch. Looking over some of the posters which were made for the city-wide exhibition showing at a local department store are Sergeant Charles Hudgins, a Bronze Star and Purple Heart Medal holder who has been giving pep talks in the local schools; John Richmond, newly elected president of the City Junior Red Cross Council; and Wanda Bruce, president of the John Marshall High School Junior Red Cross. The posters were made by John Marshall pupils to be used in the exhibit which is held in connection with the Junior Red Cross enrollment drive now in progress. Red Cross Has Program Sergeant Entertains Seniors with Acting; Chapter Presents Officers ,r I want to thank you all for the work you've done, but first I'm going to tell you about Donald Duck," smiled Ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 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 (INTERNATIONAL) P/Sp (Member ( W *W.1921) Sfc — *<&&&/ — 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 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 Exchanges v • Lee Barbfiur Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Louis A. Crescioli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Lois Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy Barkley, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Collier, Marian Bre...

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

November 8, 1945 Justices To Play Alexandria Tomorrow SPORTS By ALTON SHARPE When the Blue and White went into action against the Granby Comets of Norfolk, they were not at full strength because of injuries which -had been suffered during practice. With six team members out, Coach Denton had to make several changes in the line-up. Kerry Mcßroom, who is an asset to the team and helps to bolster its power, did not see action in the game because of a leg injury. Jack Williams, an all-round player who has been at left guard for the Justices, has been out with a broken finger. Showing a late spurt in spirit, about ten boys have reported to Coach Denton for football, but none of them have had any experience in football. However, with hard practice they should be in shape for the game which has been scheduled with the Petersburg junior varsity. ** * * The members of the B team and the varsity practiced hard for the game at Norfolk. They held a scrimmage in the rain and thoroughly enjoyed i...

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

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By WANDA HARRELL < v •* ■> Hi, Marshallites! 'Tis said November is the month of plenty, and it surely is as far as Jayem and her cute li'l gals and guys are concerned. Friendly Junior I" echo throughout the halls almost all the time. Sure enough, we're speaking of Jeannette Kinnikin. It's a wonder she doesn't say "Howdy pardner" or something similar, though, because Jan is a genuine Westerner. Colorado is just in her bones. Last summer she spent several weeks on an honest-to-goodness ranch, and while horsebackriding in her spare time now, she still dreams of the wonderful times she had. A worker on the library and office staffs and an honor roller, this junior still has a little spare time for her hobbies of taking snapshots and collecting pictures of Varga girls and cats. Jeanette, with sporting brown shoulder length hair and twinkling eyes, is always a picture of fashion, and believe it or not, she has made several of her own cute ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1945

1 We Give Thanks We give thanks for the blessings of peace We give thanks for the gallant leaders whose vision made our victory possible We give thanks to our fighting men who left their homes to defend the nation We give thanks for the United Nations Organization We give thanks for democratic government which aids the common man We give thanks to our Allies who made our defeat of the Axis powers possible We give thanks for our educational system which is open to all We give thanks that American children have never had to fear a cruel death We give thanks for our freedom to worship as we please We give thanks for the adventurous spirit which caused our growth from ocean to ocean We give thanks for America's majestic mountains and crystal lakes We give thanks for our heritage which has created the America of today We give thanks for the American cities not destroyed by bombs We give thanks to every farmer whose diligence fed our servicemen and our European neighbors We give thanks to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 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 lis (jSPf (Member (j Jf 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, 18/*. Co-editors-in-Chief •■ L °g an Brown, Helen HasluM 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 Exchanaes "arbour Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. .. .LouisA. Crescioli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Lois Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy Barkley, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Col ter, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson, Dale Hulce, Rosenfeld, Katherin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1945

November 21, 1945 Presidents Walk over Justices, H6 to 0 SPORTS By ALTON SHARPE The boys of the Blue and White have been going through daily drills in preparation for their game with Petersburg. The boys have been practicing hard, and the performances of Davis, Stagg, and .Emerson have been particularly outstanding. Stagg has shown up well, especially with his hard charging and broken field running. Emerson is impressive in games as well as in practice. Carrying the ball twelve times for a total gain of sixtysix yards, he showed up very well against Hopewell. Coach Denton rates Emerson, 160-pounder, as a comer in football. He played a good defensive as well as an offensive game. The Justices have been somewhat weakened by the loss of Tackle Arthur Prout, who has returned to the Merchant Marines. When the Justices went into action against George Washington Iligh of Alexandria, the Justices outweighed the Alexandria boys twenty-three pounds, to the man, in the line and six pounds to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1945

Page Four ITS JUST JUSTICE By BILL DOUB f •>* v if 9 Hallowe'en has long been over, but we still have a few of the characters left over. Let's unmask a few and see who is haunting J. M.'s hallowed halls this week. "FooFoo" That flashy supp ' 7 sergeant of Company B heads the list this week. He has been haunting the halls for several years, so we're finally going to give you the lowdown. "Foo" Richard Allen was what his mother named him —thinks Laurel and Hardy are the best comedians, although he is the foremost comedian in the corps of cadets. Allen is from North Carolina and is "Proud of it," so maybe that explains it. A member of the Virginia State Guard,✓ Richard enjoys going to the rifle range with Company C. "Besides my hobby of pasting pinups on the wall of my room, I like Company B, hay-rides, and drill," said Richard. Cute Blond ™ ary I T. that cute chick with a bright smile, brightens our halls considerably. A gay gal with lots of pals, her blonde hair ,and smili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

Cadets Plan Annual Ball Seniors To Give Pageant French Students See Movie Red Cross Fills Stockings Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 6 CadetsT o Hold Annual Ball In Armory; Marshall Rotella's Country Club Orchestra To Play After Figure With the band playing soft music, the annual John Marshall Cadet Ball will begin at 7:30 Friday evening, December 21, at the Grays' Armory. The girls in .the figure will wear traditional white evening dresses. The cadet leaders will wear mess jackets with the rest of the cadets in full dress. As part of the figure, they will form 1946, J. M., and the sabre arch. Favors are to be exchanged between cadeits and their dates after the completion of the arch. Invited are a large number of alumni and the ranking officers of the Thomas Jefferson and the Benedictine Corps. Decorations of the bandstand are to incorporate all companies, battalions, and staff colors, and the corps seal. Richard Harris with Ann Hasker Richard Harris with Ann Hasker and Randolph Cosby with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) V Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGLNIA . PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET tINTEBtUTIONAD _ RSn _HEst.l92lj 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, IB7y. Co-ediiors-in-Chief Logan Brown, Helen Haskins Feature Editors Wanda Harrell, William Doub Sports Editors Warren Dyson, Robert Dickersofi Copy Editors Aubrey Tucker, Ann Jackson, Ann Doggett, Ethel Bazacos, Virginia Hayden. Business Managers Ida Kaufman, Shirley Peace Exchanges .•••••■• ■ ••••.• • V ee r Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. ... LouisA. Crescioli, Phyllis Bledsoe, Lois Kreienbaum, Joy Hull, Billy. Barkley, Margaret Corr, Jane Clary, Maureen Journey, Virginia Collier, Marian Breeden, Audrey Dobson, Ben Richardson, Dale Hulce, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

December 13, 1945 CORPORAL ALICE DODSON, /;-;. X.; I|s >S : « w.';. ; y «J[ rr * i^p; 5! C. Photo John Marshall High School alumna, stationed in the Philippines, enjoys ride. Ralph Wright Stationed at Korea; Fred Spracher Studies in Kansas Fred Spracher, who enlisted in the Navy, March 10, 1944 and took his boot training at Great Lakes, Michigan, visited John Marshall recently. Fred went to the University of Michigan, and from there to Washburn Municipal University at Topeka, Kansas. He was sent to the Great Lakes Hospital for treatment, then home for a furlough. He is now back in Kansas. W. O. Roland Smith a former Marshallite now in the Marine Corps came hack to John Marshall to watch the corps and sponsors on Sponsors' Day. Roland was wounded four times while overseas. Garrett Visits Alfred V. Garrett aviation machinist's mate third class was stationed at Bainbridge, Maryland; Jacksonville, Florida; Nonfolk, Virginia; and Pennsylvania while serving with the Navy. Alfre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

Page Four (Btoe Ihese ©ietz press Books for Christmas Gay Nineties Cook Book The perfect gift for mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and friend. They will read it in bed and use it in the kitchen. No other cook book like it. #3.00 Engagement Calendar of the South An illustrated datebook for men and women. For your dates, appointments, engagements, and daily diary. Contains many literary masterpieces. A handsome boxed gift for only SI.OO Williamsburg Calendar for Engagements and Almanack Another ideal datebook done in the style of the 18th century. Delightfully illustrated. Every one will appreciate this attractive volume. Boxed. SI.OO Belle Boyd, Confederate Spy Here is a book that will be enjoyed by any one. The romantic story of a girl whose life was stranger than fiction. Your mother and father will thoroughly enjoy BELLE BOYD. s3*oo Table Mats Our three different sets of Table Mats make excellent gifts. They are from Benjamin Franklin, Omar Khayyam, and the Gay Nineties. There a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

December 13, 1945 Girls' Hockey Team Defeats Teejay, 4-3 •"3C Si jg ifc— JC X= SPORTS By EUGENE ROWE SPORTS EDITOR FOR THIS ISSUE •W T If V If —* The football season is over, and even though it was not as successful as some seasons have been, things will probably look much better next year. Twenty-three letters went to the gridders, and about fourteen of these will probably return next season. All hail Ed Lindsey, for he was the only Justice gridman to make the All-City eleven. Lindsey played a rugged game at left end all the season, and he well deserves the honor. The second All-City team was studded with Justices. Stuart Kersey, left guard; Lawrence Emerson, fullback; and Bobby Davis, halfback were on the second team, and each worked hard for what he got, Emerson turned out to be one of the best backs in the city, but because of poor blocking he never got very far although he pulled the Blue and White team out of many a hole during the season. ** * * Did you hear about the trick B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1945

Page Six IT'S JUST JUSTICE By MARIE HARVEY AND AUDREY DOBSON e v— -»f * Hey, Marshallites! It's just about time for those Christmas holidays again, iajid now that St. Nick is nearly here we see many smiling, happy faces in the halls of old J. M. this week. Loves Horses Pu " ly ' ,a J i v e1 y blondehaired senior, spends a lot of her spare time in movies. She is also very fond of horseback-riding out at Brook Run. Ann says that she hopes to become a jockey some day. Besides these, this gay gal plays the piano, mostly boogie. "I've been taking pitno lessons for some time and I really like it," remarked Ann. Better known as "shortening-bread" to her friends, Ann says she hopes to make the basketball team this year. This cute senior has been excited ilately. Maybe it's because she's expecting a certain sailor home from overseas. Margie Henley I '}" ~ - J chocolate candy and chewing-gum," laughed gay Margie Hendley when asked what she liked. With blonde hair .and blue eyes she's really a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

Graduates Receive Diplomas Senior Cadets Finish Former Teachers Return Students Vote in Poll Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 8 Colonel Brown Announces Appointments Cosby Is First Captain, Blakeslee and Rowe Lead Battalions Appointments for the John Marshall Corps of Cadets as announced by Lieutenant-Colonel Earl Brown, commandant, are as follows: Regimental Staff W. Randolph Cosby, Jr., cadet first captain and regimental commander; Robert A. Jennings, cadet captain and regimental adjutant; A. Dale Hulce, Jr., cadet captain and personnel adjutant; Kenneth G. Parr, cadet captain and regimental training officer; Douglas N. Davis, cadet captain and regimentai supply officer; Frank A. Faison, cadet master sergeant and regimental sergeant major; Richard L. Silveri, cadet master sergeant and regimental supply sergeant; Clyde W. Curly, Harry B.Liggan, WilliamL. Nelson, regimental color sergeants; William iM. Blakeslee, cadet captain and first battalion commander; Joseph M. Elliott, cadet first lie...

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