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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1947

Page Four ITS JUST JUSTICE PEGGY OLIVER Welcome, sophomores, and welcome back, everybody! rv i| Here's a cute sophomore who ® y came from Chandler Junior High. The name is Dolly Chappell, and the smile is very nice. Dolly, who has friendly blue eyes and a tinkling Laugh, admitted she was confused by the size of J. M. 'There are so many persons larger than I am, I had an awful time finding the way to my classes at first," Dolly smiled, "but I love it. I've met so many new girls and boys!" D*f/ A popular little junior, with "v plenty of pep and personality, is Billy Gregg, who is a sergeant in Company E and a former member of the basketball team. This hazel-eyed, blond fellow has a pair of dimples to turn any girl's head whenever he laughs, and of course, this is practically always. He takes delight in teasing the girls and is teased by the boys in return. Billy hopes to graduate from John Marshall in another year, and then — college. j • A cute senior, with green eyes and loads of de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1947

Commandant Names Leaders Dixons Entertain Students Cadets Sponsor Assembly Students Voice Opinions Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 9 Commandant Announces Appointments Wiley Cross, First Captain; Tennant and Bullock Battalion Commanders Appointments for officers and non-commissioned officers in the John Marshall Corps of Cadets as announced by Major James C. Anthony are as follows: Regimental Staff Wiley E. Cross, Jr. first captain; John H. Lee, captain and regimental adjutant; Edwin L. Flinn, captain and personnel officer; Charles W. Gibson, captain and regimental supply officer; Melvin C. Miller, master sergeant and regimental sergeant major; Robert H. Hughes, master sergeant and regimental supply officer; J. Willard Wall, master sergeant and regimental training sergeant; Julian R. Tennant, first battalion captain .and battalion commander; Vernon L. Divers, first lieutenant and adjutant; AtweM C. Lohr, first lieutenant personnel and training; Robert M. Bullock, second battalion captain and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET tIMTEaWATIOinD MEMBER: Southern lnterscholastic 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 Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seay Sports Editors... Ted Filer, Pat Woods Business Managers Hal Bonney, Jean Pruett Circulation Managers Martha Cowardin, Bette Davis Exchange Editors Bette Davis, Marietta Wood Art Editors Rena Dorsett, Norma Watts Fashion Editor Jeannette Kinnikin Alumni Editor Anne Shields Cadet Editor • - ■ "Wiley C r os s Copy Editors Betty Guthrie, Norma Sue Holland, Alice Seal Assistant to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser Miss Charles Anthony Typing M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1947

February 27, 1947 Teejay Takes Championship Jefferson Wins 38-28, Doyle High Scorer with 11 Points; Filer Second Sinking Nine Ted Filer led a fighting Justice quintet in a losing battle against Thomas Jefferson night before Last in a battle to tie the district championship between Jayem and Petersburg. Jeffs Lead The red-clad boys of Thomas Jefferson started the clash in the first quarter by pushing ahead to six points. Not to be stopped by a slow start, the Justices scored six in the remainder of the period to their opponents' two, and the score at first quarter time was 8 to 6, Teejay's lead. Justices Tie Score During the second and third, Jayem iled an aggressive attack, tying the score during the second period for a brief moment to again let the whistle blow with the score .at 15 to nr in the Jeffersonians' favor. In the third quarter Jayem passed Thomas Jefferson only to be quickly outscored for a third period score of 27 to 24. Taking advantage of every opportunity in the last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1947

Page Four irs JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY OLIVER Hello there, friends! Are you ready to meet some more boys and girls this week? As there are oodles of Marsha. .ites to meet you, lend me your ears and eyes. D it Brown hair and smiling * gray eyes make Bobby Martin, a junior, a boy everybody should know. An ex-swabby, Bobby is overjoyed at being back in school, after eighteen months on various ships. "it's wonderful to be back at John Marshall," Bobby smiled shyly. "I hope we are to have a better football team than we had last year. I'm going to piay again, I hope." Despite his undying Hove for football, Bobby never misses a basketball game and is looking forward to track season with interest. "Everybody likes to tease me," he laughed, "but I don't care, because I like to tease them, too." (He really does!) A udrpx A cute !ittle gal, wh ° J really does her bit around school, is Audrey Williams. This brown-eyed, brown-haired senior is president of the science club, a member of the executive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1947

Schools Plan Easter Dance School Board Names Coaches Gentry Makes All-city 'Leader' Has Youth Page Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 10 Faculty Tour V ocational Department Visit Mechanics Institute; Inspect Machines, Shops In Wythe, Marshall Areas At the invitation of the vocational faculty, John Marshall teachers of the other departments toured the industrial arts and vocational workshops last Thursday. Ten areas, embracing mechanical drawing, photograph}', commercial art, electricity, automobile, machine, art metal-working and jewelry, vocational electricity, sheet metahvorking, and commercial foods, were open for inspection. 'Mechanical Drawing, a Language' "Mechanical drawing is taught in the United States as a language. It is the language of industry, a universal language." These words, posted in Mr. W. A. Farmer's mechanical drawing room- caught the eyes of many of the faculty. "Actually seeing the processes of enlarging and developing was a unique experience for me," remarked one visit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) t Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET CINTErfNtTIOSAL; si illji MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic Press Association. "pRESsJr Entered as second-class matter September 18, i9 2 9i a * postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. To editors in Chief Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke p^-b»rassns Business Managers R»trp "n-ivis - R ™D°?S^r&EK Fjuhton Editor J Anne Shie]ds r z m -y :::::::::::::::::: w»e y c^s Cot>v Editors Bettv Guthrie, Norma Sue Holland Assistants to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams, Mary Lou fee FACULTY ADVISERS MR"""" Yi g yyyyyyyy' Miss Altha Cunningham Supervisor of Circulation in Wythe M u' Gr^ Supervision of All Publications Miss Eva Branch THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1947 "The question of success or failure is in the hand of God; all that we oan do is to release the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1947

March 13, 1947 ♦ Board Names Hickey, Irwin Co - Coaches of A thletics illy t --m 11 iHBt JteiiPl ••••• • • _J^Hr Richmond Newspapers, Inc. JIM HICKEY Newell (Red) Irwin and Jim Hickey were officially named head coaches of football and basketball, respectively, at John Marshall High 'School by the Richmond School Board at its regular monthly meeting. As was expected, the pair, both former William and Mary .athletes, were given unanimous approval by the board, following their nomination by Mr. H. T. Willett, superintendent of Richmond schools. They were also recommended for the posts, both had held unofficially ever since George C. Hope asked for • a leave of absence in mid-October, by Dr. Fred B. Dixon, Johh Marshall Principal. Irwin and Hickey started the current school year as assistants to Hope, but took over .as co-coaches of the Jayem football team after Hope asked for a leave of absence because of an illness in his family. Irwin Was Line Coach Hope, who was named football coach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By SHIRLEY SEAY Well, here we are again with some 'of the personalities of school. *You should know them all. First there's j Phillips, who declares that she intends to liiake all A's, if other things don't interfere. By things she means spending hours listening to her favorite record, "Open the Door Richard". Ye gads! What a constitution she must have! .Speaking of music there's \turirt Th° r P e ' s favorite song is " In the Pines" which he sings at any time without any encouragement whatever. If you see a pale frightened girl walking around the halls, don't be alarmed. It's probably Pe&fyy Kaufe!t - s ettin s over the OOJ effects of all of the murder programs she listens to, that scare her out of her wits and give her chills. Speaking of chills, vou ought to see Totli ot^eru ' se known as Antoin- ' ette Jones, knitting. It's her eighth sweater and looks warm enough to kee.p her cozy in the most frigid weather. Then there's Charlie is Charle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1947

'Mikado' Goes Over Big New 'Record' Out Soon Corps To Compete in Track Marines Invite Boys Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 11 Honor Society Initiates 18 New Members Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character, Ideals of Organization With the traditional blue robes and candlelight, the John Marshall Chapter of the National Honor Societv initiated into the society nineteen new members, yesterday during the junior-senior assembly. Bobbie Brown Presides President Bobbie Lee Brown presided, ajid with the help of Jeannette Kinnikin, Florence Clark, David Starke, and Pat Woods personified for the candidates the four cardinal principles on which the society is founded, Leadership, Service, Character, and Scholarship. Old members of the society led the initiates down the aisles of the auditorium on the first floor .and then to the platform. Passing through an arch, the candidates had their candles lighted by Character and Leadership. They then repeated the following pledge after the president: "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET - . n . MEMBER: Southern Inter 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 Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors ...Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seay Sports Editors Ted Filer, Pat Woods Business Managers Hal Bonney, Jean Pruett Circulation Managers Martha Cowardin, Bette Davis Exchange Editors 'Bette Davis, Marietta Wood Art Editors Rena Dorsett, Norma Watts Fashion Editor Jeannette Kinnikin Alumni Editor Anne Shields Cadrt Editor Wilev Cross Copy Editors ' .Bettv Guthrie, Norma Sue Holland Assistants to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams, Mary Lou Rose Typists Conrad Childress, Limvood Condrev, Marry Arrighi, Jean Bowler, Sou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1947

March 27, 1947 Justices Meet W. and L. High Parrish, Whitley To Lead Track Team Saturday On Jayem Field For the Justice thinclads, the first dual track meet of the season will take place April 4, on the J. M. Athletic Field, with Washington and Lee High of Arlington, Virginia. Parrish, Whitley Lead The Blue and White will be led by Bob Parrish and Eugene Whitley, dash man and miler, respectively. Probable starters by events are as follows: 100-yard dash Bob Parrish, Ed Harris, and Jack Deal. 220-yard dash Parrish and Harris. 440-yard dash— Parrish, Sherwood Stuart, and Jim Mansfield. 880-y.ard run—Jay Strite, Lee Early, and Tom Arnold. Mile run Eugene Whitley, Charles Nunn, Brad Peasley, and John Walker. Pate, Gale, Peasley 220-yard low hurdles—Bob Pate, Jack Gale, and Ed Harris. Pole Vault —Pate, Ralph Shoemaker, and Ernest Simmons. High jump—Pate, Mark Jennings, and Early. Shot put — Carl Ludwig, Harris, Stuart. Javelin — Stuart. Broad jump—Jennings. Relay -—Parrish, Harris, Early...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY OLIVER Hello there! Here we are again, and 1 am as glad as can be to see you again. I'll bet you want to meet some more sparkling personalities. Don't you? JJqI l,r fi rst young lady this week is tall, slim, and blonde Dot Reams. She has quite gray eyes and a nice personality. Of course, you know she's sponsor of Company E and wears the blue and gold proudly. Dot loves to sing and she "did herself proud" in The Mikado. "I like to play the piano, too," she said. She's really a musical Marshallite. Cantrell"""""f Company©, and out front with the flag is Parvin Cantrell! This tall, dark junior loves sports — especially swimming, hunting, and fishing. Many of his weekends are spent at his father's cabin on the river, where he can do at least one of these things no matter what the season may be. He's popular in his company and works hard, as a shiny private's medal will testify. Oh yes! and he's popular with the girls, as well as the boys. It isn't ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1947

Dr. Jones Speaks To Patrons Mr. Gore Offers Trophy Cadets Holds Sponsors' Day England Rates Superior Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 12 Former Cadet Makes Offer Of New Award Cadet Athletic Trophy Started To Encourage Cadets in Varsity Sports To inspire the cadets to bring further honor to their school, Mr. John T. Core, former Marshallite and charter member of the corps of cadets, is making arrangements for a new trophy to be awarded to a company or the band each year. "I believe Mr. Core is making more of a contribution to John Marshall than even he realizes," said Dr. Fat Eley, chairman of the athletic committee. "Our teams in all sports need participation of members of the corps. It is hoped that Mr. Core's award will bring this about. We are grateful to him," 'he .added. Award by Points The unit having the most points will receive the cadet athletic award, which will have the unit's name and number of points scored engraved under the year of the award. Point score sha-11 be five points ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARV STREET MEMBER: Southern Inter 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 Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seay Sports Editors Ted Filer, Pat Woods Business Managers Hal Bonney, Jean Pruett Circulation Managers Martha Cowardin, Bette Davis Exchange Editors Bette Davis, Marietta Wood Art Editors Rena Dorsett, Norma Watts Fashion Editor Jeannette Kinnikin Alumni Editor Anne Shields Cadet Editor Wiley Cross Copy Editors Betty Guthrie, Norma Sue Holland Assistants to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams, Mary Lou Rose Typists Conrad Childress, Linwood Condrey, Marry Arrighi, Jean Bowler, Soula Chelpon, Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1947

April 17, 1947 J. M. Harriers Win, 86-37 Eddie Harris, Jack Gale Lead Track Team To Victory over Hampton The track team, with Eddie "Simp" Harris and Jack Gale leading them, had little trouble subduing its Tidewater foe, Hampton, 86 to 37 last Saturday. Harris took first place in the shotput, hundred-yard dash, second in both the low hurdles, and the 220-yard run. Gale, John Marshall's crack hurdler, took first place in the high and lowhurdles, besides a first in the broad jump. C'o-captain Bob Parrish gathered his usual high number of points. He took first place in the 440-yard run and the 220-yard and second in 100-yard dash. Lee Early ran a beautiful 880, despite the heat wave. His time was two minutes and seven and nine tenths seconds. Hampton High took first place in the discus, mile, .and high jump. Bobby Pate won the pole vauilt. He cleared the bar >at nine feet, eight inches. Ralph Shoemaker gave the customers their money's worth by putting on a show at the pole v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY OLIVER Hiya kids! I'h huh! It's me again. The birds are singing and basebalils are apt to fall from midair to hit you on. the head. Yes, indeedie! 'Tis spring. /■ Speaking of baseball oh yes Hf>rhf>rt McCune enjoys playing on the Band baseball team. This nice looking young fellow has blue eyes, light brown hair, and is a high sophomore. "I like football, too," Herbert smiled. "I hope I'll be able to play on the Band team next year." He isn't so large but some not-so-big boys can r.eally get around with that oild football. In drill 2 now, Herb plans to work his way up playing his baritone horn. Arletie ver y attractive little low senior is Arlene Hramham, don't you think? She has curly brown hair and a darling personality. She loves to sing, has a beautiful voice, and her writing isn't bad either. Taking journalism now, Arlene said, "I love to write, and I enjoy working on The Monocle." (Maybe a future feature editor?) She di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1947

Student Election Coming Cadets Visit Lexington Library Gets New Books Pupils Tour Building Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 13 School Plans To Choose Group Heads To Begin Election Monday; Dodl and Long Candidates For the Presidency Candidates having been presented to the school in assemblies this week, the school will go to the polls Monday and Tuesday to vote for the officers and members of the executive committee of the John Marshall Student Association. Dodl, Long, Opponents Candidates for officers are president, Norman Dodl and Warren Long; vice president, Martha Reuss and Audrey Williams; secretary, Judy Beasley and Jo Frieda Hull; and treasurer, Eddie Huff ofld Billy Roberson. Eight of the following seniors will serve on the executive committee: Ben Bailey, Barbara Ballenger, Phyllis Broaddus, Annette Chester, Evelyn Collier, Charlotte Folkes, Betty Jarrette, Janette Mays, John Nye, Billy Perdue, Marcan Register, Mary Lou Rose, Virginia Ridenour, Dell Saslow, and Claude Tally. Four Jun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic 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 Bobbie Lee Brown, Dayid Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seay Sports Editors ."Ted Filer, Pat Woods Business Managers Hal Bonney, Jean Pruett Circulation Managers Martha Cowardin, Bette Davis Exchange Editors Bette Davis, Marietta Wood Art Editors Rena Dorsett, Norma Watts Fashion Editor Jeannette Kinnikin Alumni Editor Anne Shields Cadet Editor Wiley Cross Copy Editors Betty Guthrie. Norma Sue Holland Assistants to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams, Mary Lou Rose Typists Conrad Childress, Linwood Condrey, Mary Arrighi, Jean Bowler, Soula Chelpon, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1947

May i) 1947 Jack Gale Sets Record In Hurdles Justices Take Third Place Bob Parrish Wins Quarter; Jack Gale, Eddie Harris Hold Records in Hurdles Taking third place in the annual Tidewater Meet at William and Mary College, John Marshall took four first places, more th.an any other team in the meet. Newport News won with points. Granby, with 34, came second, and John Marshall was third with 30 points. Thomas Jefferson scored points to make a fifth pl.ace. Gale Leads Jack Gale led the Justice scoring with fourteen points by taking first place in the broad jump, first in the 120-yard high hurdles, and second in the 200-yard low hurdles. His time for the 120 event was 15.5 seconds to set a new meet record. Bobby Parrish lived up to all that he was said to be bv winning the 440yard run by .a good margin. His time for the race was 51.8 seconds. Harris Wins After being disqualified in the 100yard dash for twice jumping the gun, Eddie Harris came back to win the 200-yard low hurdles with a t...

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