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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

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. CART STREET its fSrl ) Est ' 92 P 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-editori'in-Chief. .. .Lois K. Kreienbaum and Louis A. Crescioli Feature Editors Betty Benson and Joy Hull Sports Editors Randolph Cosby, Dale Hulce, Eugene Rowe Business Managers Phyllis Bledsoe, Jane Clary Copy Editors Billy Barkley, Virginia Collier, Norma Harris, Edward Murray, Betty Spracher. Circulation Managers Marian Breeden, Margaret Corr, Betty Guthrie, Marie Harvey, Maureen Journey. Exchange Editor .Douglas Garnett Managing Editors Helen Haskms, Logan Brown Alumni Editor Anne Jackson Fashion Editor Dons Golden Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

Page Four X x — Jfc JC ©SPORTS By EUGENE ROWE The Blue and White basketball team has been struck a terribly hard blow by the loss of two regular starters, one a co-captain, and two others who saw a lot of action. Co-captain and Guard Stuart Garbett, Center Paul Gentry, Forwards John Carroll and Bovce Leigers were all ruled ineligible to play. Garbett and Gentry were two of the highest scorers on the team while Leigers was the tallest. One ray of hope for the basketball team is that Chandler Junior High has sent two promising players over in Frank Hoffman and Eddie Huff. While at Chandler, they were one and two, respectively, in the team's scoring. These two will see plenty of action after the loss of the others. Hoffman, a forward, has started two games already. Good luck, boys! Garbett's loss to the school sports will hurt not only basketball but also baseball, as he won a letter in baseball last season. ** * * When the University of Richmond had its registration for a new term, ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

February 14, 1946 Colonel Brown Announces A ppointments (Continued from page i) geants; Eugene T. Grimes, Oscar E. Grubbs, Leonard R. Perkins, John M. Goodloe, James H. Hake, Clarence E. Lewis, John A. Kricorian, corporals, Carl S. Fernandez, Max B. Hope, Harry L. Fuqua, privates first class. Company E Gerald S. Talley, captain; Kent D. Huff, first lieutenant; Winfrey A. Nuckols, .George W. Loving, second lieutenants; Clifton T. Nash, first sergeant; iMalvin B. Whitlow, supply sergeant; William W. Ward, Allard G. Smith, platoon sergeants; William S. McC'orkle, Roy H. Woody, James M. Edwards, John L. Mason, John S. Poseneu, Richard C. Hubbard, Charles W. Rice, sergeants; Arthur S. Bell, Edward S. Flinn, Robert M. Bullock, Jack M. iShechy, Jack D. Eads, John H. Lee, corporals; Stephen D. Carlton, Gustavus V. Jackson, Garvin L. Martin, Cassy L. Zxcharies, William R. Bass, privates first class. Company F Edward G. Landi, captain; Donald G. Doeppe, first lieutenant; Wi'llard C. Williams,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

February 14, 1946 John Marshall Defeats Benedictine Justices' Spurt Beats Cadets Filer and Ken Gathright Lead Jayem to Victory Over Benedictine Cadets By a .late score John Marshall's Justices defeated Benedictine's Cadets, 29 to 27, Tuesday before last in the Thomas Jefferson gymnasium. Even, First Quarter The two teams played on fairly even terms during the first quarter with J. IM. leading 7 to 6. At the end of the half, mainly because of the sharpshooting of Ted Filer and co-captain "'Snipe" Gathright, the score stood at 21 to 14. iDonald Delany opened the game's scoring with a foul shot, fallowed by another from iGathright. Benedictine Catches Up Jayem could manufacture only one point during the entire .third quarter. During this and the final quarter, Benedictine came up to John Marshall and once led 23 to 22. John Marshall led in the final seconds by two points, and "the game ended with the Cadets taking the ball out. Ted Filer, with eleven points, and Kenneth Gathright, with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 February 1946

Page Six IT'S JUST JUSTICE By BETTY BENSON JOY HULL f ie- v *r Okay, you loyal Marshallites! How's about it? Have you been going to the basketball games? If you have, you must have seen . . . Fightin'Filer thcy © brown-eyed led Filer who alternates at center and guard for Jayem's big blue quint and is always fightin' for the ball. Six feet two inches tall with brown hair and a ready smile, this low senior played right end for John Marshall's eleven. An avid sports fan, Ted will try out for the baseball team this spring. "More boys ought to go out for sports," the ex-oadet insists. Filer comes from Chandler Junior High (School, where he was commanding officer of the Rangers, a military drill period brought on by the war. He also played basketball and baseball at Chandler. Fightin' Filer spends his spare time sleeping and eating. In the summer he enjoys swimming and working!!! Model Senior " ead ; n « ' ber of activities, Dolores Palmore is editor of The Murshalite and a member of Qui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

Society Initiates Fourteen Students Are Guests At Tea Marshallites Clean Up Committee To Have Play Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 9 Society Takes 14 Members At Poe Shrine Quill and Scroll Society Initiates in Ceremony At Historic Poe Shrine Fourteen journalists took the pledge of the Quill and Scroll Society Monday two weeks ago at the historic Poe Shrine. Pledging themselves to uphold the ideals of Truth, Opportunity, Initiative, Friendship, Loyalty, Leadership, and Cultural Attainment, each qualified person lighted his candle from the candle of Truth and was initiated into the society. New members are Joy Hul'l, Betty Benson, Lois Kreienbaum, Jean Lynn, Wanda Bruce, Louis Crescioli, Virginia Collier, Phyllis Bledsoe, Randolph Cosby, Dale Hulce, Billy Barkley, Douglas Garnett, Norma Harris, and Edward Murray. Miss Charles Anthony, faculty sponsor of the John Marshall chapter of the society, talked briefly to the initiates, welcoming them into the society. She extended congratulations fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PUNTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET IIS (MemberP; W j) tstl92 o 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/y. Co-editors-in-Chief Lois K. Kreienbaum and Louis A. Crescioli Feature Editors Betty Benson and Joy Hull Sports Editors Randolph Cosby Dale Hulce, Eugene Rowe Business Managers Phyllis Bledsoe, Jane Clary Copy Editors Billy Barkley, Virginia Collier, Norma Harris, Edward Murray, Betty Spracher. Circulation Managers Marian Breeden, Margaret Corr, Betty Guthrie, Marie Harvey, Maureen Journey. Exchange Editor ....... Douglas Garnett Managing Editors Helen Haskins, Logan Brown Alumni Editor A™.<= J^on Fashion Editor - Dons Cjolaen Assistants to Editorial'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

February 28, 1946 Senior Class Sponsors Richmond Clean-Up Campaign Cadet Alumni To Organize Group To Form Association To Promote Welfore Of John Marshall Corps Former members of the corps of cadets of John Marshall High School will meet Wednesday night at eight o'clock in the John Marshall High School auditorium to form on alumni association to promote the welfare of the corps. Major James C. Anthony, director of public safety and commandant of the Corps on furlough, will act as temporary chairman of the association. Colonel Conquest, Founder, To Speak F. Carlyle Tiller, Elbert H. Holt, Robert M. Jones, and William E. Knight will be in charge of the plans for the first meeting of the association. Colonel Edwin P. Conquest, the founder and first commandant of the corps, will speak at the first meeting. Many Alumni, Heroes Many of the alumni of the corps Were heroes in World War II and received high awards. Among those decorated were Lieutenant Ernest H. Dervishian, Captain Ronald E. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

Page Four Classes Engage in Varied Activities To Keep Alert; Boys Learn About Iron and Miss Mildred Kline's Spanish 6, 7,' and 8 class has gone back to Mother Goose. Miss Kline has a new book from which she reads children's stories to her class and then the students summarize the stories in Spanish. Tuesday, a week ago, the students listened to a story telling how the rabbits got long ears. Then they took dictation on four riddles and answered them after correcting spelling and punctuation on the board. Class Sees Movies Miss Sadie Engelberg showed her history 8 classes motion pictures on Tuesday, a week ago. The pictures described the westward advancement in America and the old South. One picture shewed how modem irrigation works and the value of it. Miss Engelberg said that other pictures would be shown during the term, parallel with the history course. "These pictures are interesting, and they help make the study of history more enjoyable," remarked Albert Hobbs after class. Hist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

February 28, 1946 John Marshall Suffers at Hands of Teejay SSPORTS By TED FILER Randolph-Macon College, having just completed a fairly successful season, had on its varsity three former Justices, Whit Crow ell, a former captain of the John Marshall basketball team, William Hall mark, and 'Raymond Boykte. Hallmark and Boykte both played foi John Marshall a few years back. Crowell was captain of RandolphMacon's team this year. The play of these former Justices was outstanding in the defeat of the University of Richmond by RandolphMacon. ** * * When the University of Richmond's football coach Johnny Fencoln called spring practice on February 19, many former Justices reported. Among this group was Tippy Duling, remembered for his good playing with John Marshall's undefeated team in '42; William Teefey, who played "football for the University of North Carolina, Stuart Kersey, who captained John Marshall s team the past season; Clyde MacAllister, a good back a few years ago; and Jimmy Lum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1946

Page Six rrs JUST JUSTICE By BETTY BENSON and JOY HULL e v v •><= "> PRELUDE Do you need glasses? Have you been V seeing things lately? If so, just consult GOOGLE EYES. You won't have to look long to find SWEET SUE. Another cute ditty is BASHFUL BETTY. Last, but not lea„t, is the popular BUGLE BLOWER. 66 Barney Google Huntin s and fishing, ihyeS stamp collecting, >and grinding lenses of glasses make crowded hours for Billy Markbam, a low junior. As an after-school job, Billy grinds lenses of eyeglasses for a local optical company. Tedious as the work may me, he plans to make it his permanent vocation after graduation. English and algebra are two of his classes, while he spends three periods at Virginia Mechanics Institute study- ing electricity. Six years ago Billy started a stamp collection of world-wide variety, to which he still gives part-time attention. Preceding Billy at John Marshall • was Jane Markham, his attractive sister. Sweet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 May 1946

TAKE LEAD IN SPRING PLAY " j Mm ' H i kJ I IBBlMit. . ''||f | ! | i^lt *■ ■ Wk *r *p * -^4 m?;, I —Photo by Photography Class. Donald Harding, Mildred Ellis. Spring Play Gives Pleasure in Set Plus Party Fun When the drama class presented Funny and the Servant Problem last Friday a week <3go, the .actors portrayed the characters with a decided de- Many Students Enter Contest Judges Will Present $25 • To Winner in Each Field Of Scholastic Contest John Marshall students have submitted entries to each division of the Scholastic Awards Contest sponsored by Quill and Scroll Society. The judges, well known .authorities in the field of high school journalism, will present an aw.ard of $25 in war bonds to the winner in each of the six journalism divisions: news story, feature story, interview, sports story, column, and editorial. Crescioli Enters Three Authors of the entries submitted to the news story division are Louis Crescioli, Billy Barkley, and Dale Hulce. Louis Crescioli, B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 May 1946

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 r> (INTERNATIONAL^ fW\ (Member (* A ) Estl92l) 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 .... Lois K. Kreienbaum and A. Crescioli Feature Editors Betty Benson and Joy Mull Sports Editors Randolph Cosby, Dale Hulce Eugene Rowe Rutinea Manaaers Phyllis Bledsoe, Jane Copy Editors Billy Barkley, Virginia Collier, Norma Harns, Edward Murray, Betty Spracher. Circulation Managers Marian Breeden, Margaret Corr, Betty Guthrie, Marie Harvey, Maureen Journey. i'r* Is? ol.n Irt Editor ..'.'.'' •'''''' * M arv Koh ! er Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs . . Ann Dogeett, Alice Seal, Bobbie Wall, Lloyd Sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 May 1946

April 11, 1946 Justices Lose First Meet Washirgton and Lee Leaves Blue aid White Behind, With Score of 92-22 Despit sheets of rain beating them in the fice, the Washington and Lee thinclads outclassed the Justice trackmen Saurday two weeks ago at Shawen field. Mfltoi Chandler set the pace for the Blue anl White by scoring six points, while Charles McMurrer did the honors or Washington and Lee with thirteen points. Chandler, Justice captain, toot second place in the 120-yard high hirdles and the 220-yard low hurdles. He was followed closely bv Jack GJe, who won the 120-yard high hurdles and got five points. Lawcnce Emerson surprised everybody b' taking third place in the discus ani throwing it farther than anyother ustice. This was the first time Emers<n had ever thrown the discus in a mee; He also ran third in the 100vard ash and the 220-vard dash. Lee Early, who had been out for track tbout two weeks, took third place in thehigh jump and he shows promise of geting more p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 May 1946

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By BETTY BENSON and JOY HULL f v •»?- *>r ■> Marshallites (by the hundreds) have asked us why we use It's Just Justice as our name. Well—l'll tell ya! It's Just Justice to write up these wonderful people! See? Elementary, Watson! There's nothing elementary about this high junior, however, 'cause she's Ginger Jefferys J " h " ar " 0 M J shall has gained a student from 'way up North in New London, Connecticut, Fanny Jefferys. She's a slim, blue-eyed, redhaired miss who favors the "Southe'n hospitality" in becoming acquainted. A high junior this year, Fanny hopes to graduate in February. Since her previous school, Chapman Technical High School, required twelve years' ■attendance, she still has to uphold those standards. She won't be an old maid by that time, though, because she is sixteen now and will be seventeen in April. Her unusual desire is to become an serial protographer, which includes taking pictures of the landscape. Among her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

Schools Join, Demonstrate Music Skill Herbert's, Gershwin's Music Dominate Program of Festival, In Inter-City Cooperation Joining other Richmond public schools last Thursday, John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson High Schools put on a musical demonstration illustrating inter-city cooperation, with Edward Murray of John Marshall as the announcer. Mr. Darrell F. Joachim, director of instrumental music at John Marshall, led a combined orchestra In the overture from Grofe's "Grand Canyon Suite", and Miss Thelma Cooke of Thomas Jefferson conducted a mixed with orchestral accompaniment, in George Gershwin's "Summer Time" and a medley of Victor Herbert music. Demonstrate Jitterbugging Mr. Frank Wendt, instrumental director at Thomas Jefferson led the orchestra in Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" and Count Basie's "One O'clock Jump". Jean Lynch and Billy Blakeslee from J. M. and Florence and Irving Spector from T. J. gave a short jitterbugging demonstration. On the program, also, was a ballet num...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PUNTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO., 109 E. CARY STREET [ /|fe (Member Jf J^Est.l92p 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. ,.. Lois K. Kreienbaum and Louis A. Crescioli Feature Editors Betty Benson an(j Joy Hull Sports Editors Dale Hulce, Eugene Rowe Business Managers Phyllis Bledsoe, Jane Clary Copy Editors Billy Barkley, Virginia Collier, Norma Harris, Edward Murray, Betty Spracher. Circulation Managers Marian Breeden, Margaret Corr, Betty Guthrie, Marie Harvey. Exchange Editor Douglas Garnett Managing Editor ..Helen Haskins Alumni Editors Norma Harris, Anne Jackson Fashion Editor Doris Golden Art Editor Mary Kohler Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

16, 1946 Cadets Obtain $4,242.64 Company A Collects $1,222.40 To Will Company Competition As Campaign Comes to End Leading other corps of cadets in col.ecting money for the Cadet Overcoat Fund, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets collected $4,24.2.64 which ended their campaign on Wednesday, two weeks ago. Competition Helps Competition among the . companies kept the cadets on the job trying to help their company turn in the largest amount of money. Leading the company competition with $1,222.40, Company A appealed to the people of Richmond by obtaining permission from the mayor to put baskets on Broad Street so that as the public passed by they could drop money into them. This turned out to be an excellent way of getting the money, for well over S2OO was collected in this manner. Door to door soliciting /accounted for the rest of the money. Company F, Second Following Company A was Company F with $851.69. Even though the boys went on a camping trip during the Easter holidays, Company F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

Page Four Rifle Team Wins First Place with 7,543 Score HOPES FOR TENNIS HONORS k HHHjjjV -. <jHL- 111 > 111 Virginia May Martin, J. M. alumna Seniors Measure For Caps 9 Gowns "Hear ye, hear ye! All high seniors expecting to graduate in June must be measured during a recess for their caps and gowns," rang an announcement Friday some weeks ago, in the classrooms of John Marshaill. Although the standing line seemed to invite a long wait, quick and experienced hands soon determined the height and size of each individual. The altitudes of the undergraduates varied like those midgets and giants. Even though researchmen reported that people are gradually gaining a higher medium of height, this didn't coincide with some tots in the line. "The happiest moment of my life will be when I graduate," remarked Doris Golden, one of the smaill ones. "At last!" sighed Phyllis Bledsoe, as she looked forward to commencement. ADA||T I '& Known for lIKAH I V Value Your S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

May 16, 1946 Benedictine Defeats Jayem in Ninth Benedictine Beats J. M. Wild Throw by Mert Jones Lets in. Winning Run In Ninth Inning; Score, 7-6 Benedictine's Cadets overcame the Justices at Byrd Park Friday, winning in the ninth inning with a score of 7 to 6, when a throw by Mert Jones went wild. With two outs and two men aboard, Jones threw Knapp's grounder wide to first base and Blackley trotted home with the payoff run. Off to a strong start at the plate, the Cadets drove Smith, the starting Jayem picher, to cover in the first inning after Patrick and Willard had connected for circuit blows to account for three runs. Barnhill took over and held the Cadets to one run in the second and two more in the seventh. Meanwhile his mates could get only a brace off Marchetti. In the ninth, however, they bunched their hits and Richards hit for the circuit with two aboard, bringing the count to 6-5- Then Hulce, who was bit by a pitched ba.ll, was squeezed home by Simmons. Lewis had replaced...

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