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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 May 1946

Page Six Junior Students Suggest Changes in School IT'S JUST JUSTICE By BETTY BENSON AND JOY HULL <■ if * Long time, no see! We really missed being with you last issue (and we hope you missed us too). Marshallites, the time draws near for senior graduation, but you'll never have to worry about loyalty to Jiayem when o» ft:] J * 9 around. "Big Bill" aig bui I>aniel is one raighty fine boy, even though he is a trifle lazy. He loves to sing and dance. I don't believe he's missed a school dance since he has been at John Marshall. One of his teachers always calls on Daniel to lead the singing. Right now Bill is the object of much teasing—he finally won his monogram in football. (We think he deserved it!) This write-up wouldn't be complete without mentioning his one big failing, GIRLS ! That's right, he's a wolf! But then, if we had those nimble feet and were six feet two inches tall, we'll be a wolf, too! Dotty Lowry Lowry's pet subjects are shorthand and typing. Si...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1946

Mr. J. C. Harwood To Leave Association Names Leaders 'Record' Receives Honor Company G Wins Drill Vol. XIX (18th Year) No. 15 Mr. J. C. Harwood To Leave Jayem After Many Years Became Principal in 1905; Member of Committee That Planned J. M. Erection By HELEN HASKINS "Education is the biggest business in the world and certainly the most important," said Mr. James C. Harwood, John Marshall's beloved principal, who will soon be leaving his school, but never leaving the hearts of the students and teachers who have had the great privilege of knowing him and of working with him. Mr. Harwood became principal of John Marshall in 1905. Previous to that time, he served in various capacities. The following are highlights in his life: Born in Richmond Mr. Harwood was born in Richmond, Virginia, on December 4, 1871, the son of John Pleasant Harwood and Marie Elizabeth Wingfield. He received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Richmond College, now the University of Richmond, in 1892, and the deg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 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. CART STKEIT r> f§S MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Eotered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the _postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 187 V. Co-rditors-in-Ckitf. .. .Lois K. Kreienbaum and Louis A. Crescioli Feature Editors Betty Benson and Joy Hull Sports Editors Dale Hulce, Eugene Rowe, Randolph Cosby 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 Hams, Anne Jackson Fashion Editor Dons Golden Art Editor - Mary Kohler Assistants to Editorial and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1946

May 30, 1946 Principal Rejoices in School's Pleasures and Successes Mr. J. C. Harwood To Leave Jayem (Continued*from Page 1) best poem. One of the proudest possessions of the school library is a volume of his poems. Enjoys Outdoor Activities He enjoys outdoor activities very much, especially fishing at Cohoke and sometimes in Caroline County on vacations with his three grandchildren, who are his pride and' joy. If you've ever been in his office (and most students have, either to get a good little scolding for misbehaving, or to be complimented on a well done job) you will have seen the pictures of his grandchildren on his desk. It would take a large book to tell of the many times that Mr. Harwood's wisdom and experience have been recognized. In 1936, his sixty-fifth birthday, the faculty gave him a surprise party and a volume of his own poems. Miss Eva Branch presented it. She began with a story of her first teaching days in John Marshall, when on the teacher's record card was enter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1946

Page Four Mary Pyle, Poet Reads to Class Mrs. Mary Thurman Pyle, well known poet and playwright, recently entertained Miss Thelma B. Keene's drama class by reading sections of a popular broadway play to these drama students. At the request of the drama class, the commercial foods class prepared a luncheon at which Mrs. Pyle was the guest of honor. Now employed at the University of Virginia, Mrs. Pyle edits the Virginia Drama N,envs. She holds a master's degree from the school of speech at Northwestern University and has lately written especially for junior high schools a volume of plays called Treasure Hunt. A pbet and a Richmonder, Mrs. Pyle Ts working for the betterment of dramatic effort in the state schools. Miss Brown's Pupils Describe Unique Characters Students of Miss Fannie Rowe Brown's special English 3 period 4 class have been making descriptive reports of interesting persons they have seen. One of the students described a gypsy woman, whom he had seen at .a carnival. Seve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1946

May 30, 1946 Jayem Defeats St. Christopher's, 7-6 Parrish Leads In Dual Meet Jeffs, However, Defeat Justices in Track Contest With Score of 78 , /2-53 l / 2 Even though they ilost to Teejay last Friday two weeks ago, a fighting, underrated Justice team, led by Robert Parrish, gave the Jeffs a real battle. Robert Parrish, the outstanding track man on both teams, led the losers with 1 s I A points. Johnny Baylor accounted for 10 points to lead the visitors. Bob took first place in the 220, 440, and a second in the 100, besides anchoring the mile relay team. Teej,ay took eight firsts and its share of seconds and thirds to gather points. "The students who didn't see the meet missed one of the greatest exhibitions of running ever turned in on the Jayem field by Robert Parrish," •said a fan. Parrish bested Lyle Snidow in the 440. The mile relay team consisting of Sherwood Stuart, Bob Lambert, Captain Milton Ohaindler, and Parrish turned in a top performance in defeating the Jeffs' relay t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1946

Page Six ITS JUST JUSTICE By BETTY BENSON AND JOY HULL e ™ ?e==3 Marshallites, it's been heaps of fun writing for you this term. We're really going to miss you, come June, but we know you'll not fail us iand that you'll keep reading The Monocle and will keep Jay em right <sn top! Tommy Sheope <i " al ; • / ■* ly lassoed Thomas Sheppe (and not the howling "wolf" dog, either), 'and choked an interview from him. Three years ago Sheppe answered Uncle Sam's call iand entered the air corps. He almost became a tourist while camping a while at the following: Clearwater, Buckley Field, Colorado; Agricultural State College, North Dakota; Salt Lake City, Utah; and the spotlight of his journey, Saipan. Since Tommy wanted to earn his "allowance", he became ia. telegraph operator and instructor in the communications section, working with B-295. Oh, happy day! For Tommy, this meant his discharge on January 2, 1946. So energetic is this lad that he reentered John Marshall in F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 September 1946

I M. Greet: New Principal A* xjor Anthony Returns ann-s Cadet Leaders >c\v Teachers Arrive Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 1 Maj. Anthony w Announces ■ Appointments Returning \ eteran. Fox. To 1W Cadet l-irst Captain; Training \ssistaftt. Addition Appointments tor officers and iton-commissioned oftcers in the John Marshall Corps of Cadets as announced by Major James C. \rtthonv air as tolUwv-s; Regimental Staff \V. Fox, cadet first captain md regimental commander; Frank A. v 'ai*>on. cadet captain and regimental adjutant; Robert M. 1 hamas Jr., cadet -aptain and regimental training officer; Menrv \V. Gill, o.tdet captain and egimental supply officer; PrestoU F. Hensoo, cadet captain and personnel adjutant; CSifton F. Nash Jr.. cadet first lieutenant and assistant to trainjig officer; Mclvin F. Fuller, cadet master sergoant and regimental sergeant major; Charles E» Gibson, cadet naster sergeant and regimental supph crgeant; Bernard 0. Hurge*-., cadet aptain and first ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 September 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET I/JSn (Member fr W *jEstl92p Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoflioe at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sport 1 Editors Ted Filer, Frank Faison, Billy Blake Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley Mays Copy Editors Bobbie Wall and Jacquelin Weaver Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe and Lloyd Smith FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser Miss Charles Anthony Typing Mrs. Li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 September 1946

September 19, 1946 Hope Drills Team from T-Formation George Hope New Director Former College Coach Comes to John Marshall; Irwin and Hickey, Helpers George Hope, new head coach at John Marshall 1, has had much experience in directing athletics in various schools, as well as in the Navy. For six years Mr. Hope coached teams at Maury High School. Director at Navy Base While in the Navy, he was stationed at the Naval Operating Base at Norfolk, Virginia, as the director of athletics, which had a personnel of about 40,000. After being in the Navy for four years, Hope took the position as head ooach at the University of Richmond in 1945. Some former Marshallites might remember George Hope, for he coached the Justices in 1935. Too Early To Tell' "As the practices have been going on for only two rreeks, it is right early to toll about the performance of the football team in the games to come," stated Coach Hope. "It looks like a fair team, as a lot of the boys are new. The team needs more d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 September 1946

Page Four ITS JDST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN Hello, everybody! Get out your best manners and let's brush up on welcomes. We have a number of newcomers in school, and I want you to meet some of them. Ellic ier€ ' s a brown-haired, blueeyed senior adding glamor to John Marshall this term by the name of Ellen Jean Dixon. Ellie, as her special friends call her, has just arrived from East Lansing, Michigan. Collecting postmarks is her hobby, and she already has many. Another activity of hers is playing the piano. Although when studying music she has to p>lay classical pieces, she'd much rather play popular tunes. This newcomer will certainly be in the grandstand when the football games start, as she is especially interested in sports. "I'm just cnazy about John Marshall!," smiled Ellie, who plans to attend R. P. I. when she finishes high school. Post-Grad Wall f" Cordle , ls f exactly new to John Marshall, but lie has been away for sixteen months. All this time he spent wea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1946

Seniors Meet Counselors Work Begins on Annual Greek Is Post-Graduate Charles Smith Shows Work Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 2 MR. KIPP'S PHOTOGRAPHERS PAUSE '' —fhoto by f holography Class. This picture was snapped in the photography 2 class during first period. Ruth Billups and Fanny Jefferys certainly furnish an attractive background for the flirtatious gentlemen in the foreground. FOOD INVITES—IN TIME jMpsMBMIp •|| || Jaßl lfߧ v ppf Si :x w < B9H :if | ijnng. 'HdH' :. |:i: : .< |IS|K ?J I'IBBHIffI kHB 1 < B.|l| '%&* £ i lis 1 BPIY •yyt* FFLF PJIF \ —Photo by Photography Class. No, these girls are not going to church, however much the entrance to the Wythe cafeteria reminds you of a door to a place of worship. Sweet looking lassies, aren't they? HARTWELL TAYLOR, DAVID BAUGHAN, SMITH ' —Photo by Photography Class. So! There is something in the distance. Are these cadets practicing army scouting or did they suddenly see a pretty girl round the...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND.I 9, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL)) . \JM (Member T Jf *Wl92p lpiJ Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-alass matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas Feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sports Editors Ted Filer, Frank Faison, Billy Blake Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley Mays Copy Editors Bobbie VVali and Jacquelin Weaver Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe, Lloyd Smith, Betty Guthrie, Wiley Cross, Bobbie Brown, Hal Bonney,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1946

October 3, 1946 Justices To PI ay Saints Tomorrow Cadets Edge Justices, 6-0 7,000 Watch Night Contest As Benedictine Takes Game with Hard Fight Benedictine's reserve strength, age, and experience showed in their 6 to o defeat of John Marshall (last Friday night before 7,000 fans at the City Stadium. Billy Moore's 13-yard run around right end' for a touchdown climaxed a 70-yard drive spearheaded by the Irish's fullback, Jim Scearce. Outplay Cadets, First Half The Justices showed the spectators they have a good team by outplaying Father Dan's team during the first half, only to weaken in the second half. Captain Babe Emmerson played a magnificent game at halfback, as did Stuart Garbett at quarterback, Jack Eads at fullback, and Bob Lambert at halfback. The line played an outstanding game as they stopped Benedictine's backs numerous times for little or no gains. Standouts were Shoemaker, Williams, and Baber, guards, and Curley and Mcßroom, tackles. The game started off with Garbett kic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1946

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN J rtlfX" that's high senior Bernard J Schaaf, who is tall with blue eyes and blonde hair. A member of the corps of cadets, Bernard used to be in Company A but now is a first lieutenant battalion adjutant on the staff. Any time left over is spent on the corner of North Avenue and Brookland Park Boulevard. Is she cute, Bernard? He spent two weeks of this summer in Pennsylvania. "It's all right, but 111.1 tiake Virginia," he said. Bernard expects to attend the University of Virginia after he graduates from high school. He will major in chemistry. Shortie ,a cute juni °: with lHght hair and blue eyes is Phyllis Broad d us. A member of the John Marshal*] Student Association executive committee she also serves on the Record staff. Although her heart is in Thomas Jefferson, she has plenty of school spirit when it comes to rooting at football games. Phyllis, who went to Virginia Beach this summer, spends a good deal of her time dreaming of So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1946

Red Cross Drive Is On Mrs. Dixon Guest Speaker Class Takes Pictures Paper Carriers Win Trip Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 3 Staff Heads Set up Booth For Annual Small Payment Reserves 1947 Annual for Students; Posters Advertise Sale M iss Helen Hulcher, adviser, and Hal Bonney, business manager, for the 1947 Marshallite, have announced that a booth will be set up in the basement of the John Marshall building about the first of next week to sell subscriptions for the June annual. The booth will be in front of the cafeteria during the three recesses, where for a small down payment, students may reserve their copies of the annual. Art Department Helps Posters made by the art department will advertise the annual throughout the school. Chairmen of the committees .are responsible for notifying the photographers so that they may be on hand to take pictures. Classes Study Books Already the seniors have been able to examine the 1946 Marshallite so thait they may suggest changes if they wish to do s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1946

*>' • • I 'T • • > THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published By-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL? sip s Wf> (Member (* Jf H Est. 1921) ijlipp Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-alass matter September 18, 1929, at the po-stoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-cditors-in-Chief Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas Feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sports Editors Ted Filer, Frank Faison Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley May* Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe, Lloyd Smith, Betty Guthrie, Wiley Cross, Bobbie Brown, Hal Bonney, Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1946

October 17, 1946 fliril I 1 1'! mill ||HH|I HHI| I '||| Ll£ii,!!Li:ll£ By TED FILER This columnist, constantly bothered by football heroes who love to see their names in print, has finally consented to write up the football team on one condition—that thev win a lot of ball games. In this column 1 shall attempt to write a few things about the backs. Next issue the line shall reap its reward. *First of all on a football team comes the highly heralded backs. *Stuart Garbett, better known as "Stump" to the boys and "Stumpie" to the girls, is running in the quarterback slot this year. Stump is an excellent ball handler and is a sure spot passer. Although he doesn't excel in bombing, he does rather well on the field. *Next comes "Babe" Emmerson, halfback, who is the Justices' break away runner. "Babe", called the "nose" on the field, has played good ball for the team all the season. *Jack Eads, the heaviest man in the backfield, is an excellent passer and defensive. Jack can pass an accur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1946

Page Four ITS JUST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN J^^AAAAAAAAA iHiya! Get out your specs and let's read a while. wj p t Start the records and "®P let's jitterbug, for here's Claude TadJey, a rhythmical junior, who never runs out of pep. A corporal in Company C, he_ is also the one and only male cheer leader. Outside school he divides his time between the Co-ed Club at the Y. W. C. A, a favorite radio program, and sports of all kinds. Pointing to his blonde hair which is just igetting back to normal he laughingly said, "Don't ever get a crew cut." I really hadn't thought abou it. Olaude wants to put his scientific mind to work and become a engineer, but if he doesn't stop dreaming about Atlanta, Georgia—and I don't mean the song—he may be disappointed. _ r J# A spry little lass with brown Nell h a i r and cat eyes is Nell McGhee. Being head cheer leader requires a lot of work, but Nell is convinced that it's worth it. I think maybe the football players will agree that she gives them so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1946

Joachim Forms Dance Band Sammy Kaye Holds Contest Seniors Vote on Issues Hope Requests Furlough Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 4 Mr. Willett Points Out Press Duty Explains Responsibility Of Reporters To Get Facts, Not Repeat Rumors "If all the people in this world spoke the same language and read the same newspapers, we could keep peace in the world," said Mr. H. I. Willett, Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, quoting President Harry Truman, as he spoke to the journalism class, Monday, on the responsibility of the press. Dressed an a blue suit with a bright blue and yellow striped tie, Mr. Willett reviewed the history of printing in opening his discussion. He explained that freedom of the press is one of the four freedoms. Discusses Newspaper Influence Widening this topic, he told of the different parts of a paper and how they influenced public opinion. Newspapers can be a powerful influence for good, emphasized Mr. Willett. "Try to report the truth," the speaker advised. To show th...

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