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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY OLIVER I can hardly wait for you to meet—1# • whose ilast name is Hall. ® ' She's a cute little gal with big brown eyes and curly brown hair. "Oh, boy!" Margie smiled. ''Summer is almost here, and that means I can go swimming. I love to swim." A low junior, Margie does well in school and lists biology and algebra as her favorite subjects. "My favorite company?" she ilaughed. '"That would be telling, but the second battalion is nice." it i i iOf course you know Hubbard Hubbard _ Rayn , on d, that is. A tall fella, with brown eyes and light brown hair, he likes farming and his Company E. If you have time just stop Ray in the halil and ask him to tell you about the pigs and horses he wants to raise some day. "Farming," he sighs. "There's nothing like it." In the meantime, however, Ray is doing a good job .as captain of Company E. Jlgfj That peppy little red-headed senior you see tripping around the halls is EsteMe Clements. But lo and behold—no temp...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1947

> Dr. Freeman Speaks Christian Youth Banquets Girls Show Dresses Three Visit Central High Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 14 Pupils Here Elect Long As President Others Winning Officers Are Audrey Williams, Jo Hull, As Well As Edward Huff Warren Long, vice president of the junior class, received the majority of votes to become president of the John Marshall Student Association for next term, in the election which took place last Monday and Tuesday a week ago. Though the election was close, the students elected Audrey Williams, vice president; Jo Frieda Hull, secretary; and Edward Huff, treasurer. Name Eight Seniors Seniors elected to the executive committee were Ben Bailey, Phyllis Broaddus, Evelyn Collier, Charlotte Folkes, Betty Jarrett, Janette Mays, Billly Perdue, and Claude Talley. There were four juniors—Page Beck, John Cosby, Sue Hallam, and John Wooldridge. Though two more sophomores will become members in September, Ann Beam, James Hartley, and Virginia Lindsay will be th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 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 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-editorj-in-Chief Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seav 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, Mart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1947

May 15, 1947 Justices Wallop Presidents, 75 to 38 Justice Team Routs Teejay Jayem Defeats Presidents With Score of 75 to 38 Led by Eddie Harris and Bobby Parrish, John Marshall's track team rolled for its biggest victory of the season by routing Thomas Jefferson, 75 to 58. Bobbie Parrish led the scoring with 20y 2 points by taking first in the 44.0, 220, and broad jump. He took also a second in the 100-vard dash. When Bobbie hit 22.9 on the 220 he came within .2 of the school record of 22.7. Eddie Harris again took the 200yard low hurdles and ran the 100-yard dash in io.i, thus breaking the Thomas Jefferson field record and coming within .2 of the John Marshall record of 9.9. Since Stuart Johnson, I homas Jefferson's star half miler, had a pulled iligament, Lee Early had a field da> in the 880-yard run. He ran the distance in 2:08, and at no time was he pushed hard. Marion Allen, coming through when he was most needed, let loose a tremendous heave of the discus which didn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By BETTIE JARRETT Jimmy •* ames Hartley > vice presi " J dent of the student council at Chandler Junior High School last year, is a low sophomore of homeroom 109VV. This honor roll student has light brown wavy hair and hazel eyes. Besides being a violinist in the orchestra, he is also an artist and dikes to draw almost anything. Although Jimmy has an afternoon paper route, he .attends the meetings of the executive committee of the student association each Tuesday afternoon. Where there's a baseball game, you'll certainly find Jimmy. "I go to just about every game Jayem plays," he commented. JQ An attractive cashier in the Wythe cafeteria during second and third recesses is Jo Frieda Hull. This high sophomore of room 201W has big blue eyes and blonde hair. Being treasurer and secretary of the sophomore class keep Jo rather busy, but she still has time to serve on the Record staff and the executive committee of the student association. Her grades...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1947

'Record' Rates All-American Justices Second in State Meet School Clubs Have Banquet Juniors Visit Historic Places Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 15 First Captain And Sponsor Lead Figure Semi-Annual Cadet Ball Occurs in Grays' Armory ; Girls Wear White Dresses First Captain Wiley Cross and Sponsor Ellen Jean Dixon led the figure last Friday night at the semi-annual cadet ball in the Grays' Armory. Wearing white dresses with corsages of red roses, the girls with their partners, who were in full dress, formed a heart, three diamonds, >3 forty-seven, and a cart-wheel. At the end of the figure, the girls went through the saber arch and to the music of ' Let Me Call You Sweetheart" exchanged figure favors. The girls received small sabers, the boys, lapel pins. Ellen Dixon, Cross Lead Those in the figure were Ellen Jean Dixon-Wiley Cross; Valery CrickJulian Tennant; Jackie Reynolds-Bobby Bullock; Ann Withers-Edward Flinn; Lois White-Charles Gibson; Mary Crawford-Billy Wall; Joyce Wool-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 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 CIHTtBtitTIOHZO MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic 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 ■ . Hunaker Feature Editors ••. • Pe gg>_Obver, Shirley Seav 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 KJnmkin Alumni Editor Anne Shields Cadet Editor •• • • •• • W' le £ 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 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1947

May 30, 1947 John Marshall PIansP.T.S.A. Mrs. Clarence Brown Makes Motion at Meeting Mrs. Clarence Brawn, on Parents' Night last Monday a week ago, introduced >a motion that a Parent-Teacher-Student Association be formed at John Marshall. Dr. Dixon Speaks The motion was passed unanimously. Before Mrs. Brown made the motion, Dr. Fred Dixon explained that a group of patrons had requested that such an organization be formed. He said that a small committee consisting of parents, teachers, and students had been making plans for Parents' Night and the formation of the association for a number of weeks. Appoints Committee Mrs. Brown appointed also a committee in charge of organization and nomination. Parents on the committee are Mrs. Roy VV. Clarke, Mrs. A. G. Fiaynes, Mrs. A. F. Crawley, Mrs. H. L. Faison, Mrs. H. W. Hudson, Mrs. A. V. Griggs, and Mrs. Clarence Brown. Teachers are Miss Catherine Cross, Miss Wilhelmina Wright, Miss Mary Lambert, Mr. Oscar Parrish, Miss Kate Farr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1947

Page Four Company D Wins Drill E, F, A, B, G, Next; Earl Grubbs Leads Winner Company D, led by Earl Grubbs, won the semi-annual spring competitive drill last Friday, two weeks .ago, in Grays' Armory. Company E was second; F, third; and Company A, Company B, Company C, the last three —their order of winning. The cadet band gave a concert before the drill, and in the middle they formed letters, playing rhe school song. Captain Grubbs was so excited after the announcement of the winning company that he turned .around to his men and could only say ,l I told you so, I told you so!" "i really thought we could do it, but I was still surprised to hear we had won," Earl exclaimed .after the close drill. "I thought the companies pulled off a spdendid drill, but I'm sorry the Band could not participate. Of course not being in the drill quite often s.aves disappointment," added Charlie Heath. "It must have been close because there were only five points difference between the winning and losing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1947

May 30, 1947 Justice Harriers Second in State Meet Newport News Keeps Crown Jayem Runners Score 20 To Typhoon Team's 23^3 Newport News High School continued as state champions by winning the state meet a scant three and twothirds per cent .ahead of John Marshall two weeks ago at Charlottesville. The Justice harriers took three first places to Newport News's two, but the Shipbuilders took their share of seconds, thirds, and fourths to outscore the Blue and White. Bobby Parrish and Eddie Harris came through with one and two firsts, respectively. Jack Gale, the Justices ace hurdler, jumped the gun twice in the highs and was disqualified. He also lost out in the lows during the semi-finals. William Bell of Maury broke the shotput record of 52 feet 9 inches set in '1937 by McLaughlin of Jayem, and he set a new record with the threepound nine ounce discus. Another record held by Bullard, a Marshal lite, was broken when Lee Early pushed Bobby Jones of George Washington to his best time of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 May 1947

Page Six IT'S JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY OLIVER As this is the last issue of the term, let's get the low-down on several of our most popular graduating seniors. Bullock " Vep :, I m „ g^'"" i H ns „ ,hi u ' term, Bobby Bullock laughed, "but I'm coming back for a P.G. I like school that much." Bobby likes to do almost anything but says his favorite hobbies are driving a car, hayrides, and —yep!—girls. "I want to go to West Point," he sighed, "but, if I don't, I guess I'll go to the University of Richmond." Bobby is captain of the second Battalion staff but still loves his old company, which is E. Jean Bowler says that she'# J6OTI really going to miss old J. M., too. "You're doggone right I'm sorry I'm graduating," she laughed. You probably know Jean as the slightly tall blonde with brown eyes who cashiers in the cafeteria. "That's one of the things I'm going to miss," Jean said. "I see so many people when I'm down there. She likes baseball, swimming, eating, and best of alii Company E! Je...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1947

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DI.ETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET <INTEBH*TIONZ ) MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic Press Association. Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of M;arch 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarnett Shirley Enroughty Sports Editors Thomas Arnold, Brad Peailey, Joe Spivev Business Managers Virginia Ridenour, Mary Lou Rose Circulation Managers Lillian Cav.ness, Lewis Crump Exchange Editors Fay Mitche Pej^ Tinder ftZrtSr ::::::'.;'.'.'.''.'.'.'.'*.'• • • Monro, je*«rat Copy Editors Joyce Harvey, Robert Hughes, Arlene Bramham FACULTY ADVISERS AT Miss Charles Anthony Newspaper Adviser •••••• Mr? Lil]ie p arker Ellett \ yP' n 9 Miss Altha Cunningham Supervisor of Circulation in Wythe Fva Branch Supervision of All P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1947

iter 25, 1947 0 tlie t^%| :; ' Field Glasses |i| Br \\%Jk> |RAD PEASELEY .»JSjT Foofball practice got under way the last week in August with #Q ie forty odd boys on hand for the first drills. Sixteen lettermen # on this year's squad. They are Co-captains Jimmy Baber and fed Filer, Bob Pate, Eugene Whitley, Skippy Clarv, Abie Raborg, Carroll Basket. Charlie Heath, Sherwood (Shook) Stuart, Donald line, Bob Lambert, Ralph Shoemaker, Ed Harris, Hugh (Footset) Roach, John Walker, and Ed Harris. Bob Pate has improved greatly since last year. His passing has been more accurate and his running, too, has improved. Bob should play a lot of good ball for the Big Blue team this fall. Eddie (Simp) Harris, who was second highest scorer on the track team and a football letterman year before last, has shown a lot of speed despite a bad ankle. Tuesday, September 9, was a sad day for Henry Johnson. Johnson, a new man on the team this year, fell and dislocated his ]eft shoulder. Henry will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1947

Page Four New Teachers Come to J. M. Some Members Resign; Band Gets Instructor; Seven Leave Faculty Teachers come and go each term, and while the students of John Marsha'll will miss the familiar faces of the seven teachers who left during the summer vacation, they .will welcome the thirteen new members of the faculty. Four of the new teachers who came to John Marshall are from Richmond schools. Miss Dorothy Smith has returned from a leave of absence and is teaching English in the Wythe building. Mr. Arthur Carico, who replaces Mr. W. M. Kipp, is teaching photography. He has been on a furlough teaching this subject in the Army in Japan. Miss Clyde Carter came to John Marshall from Binford Jr., High Schooll and will assist Miss Marjorie Dearhart in the library. Mr. G. C. GuMey, who has already been working in the school system, is teaching vocational printing, a subject also new to John Marshall. Some from Other States Among the teachers who have come from out of town to serve on the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1947

■Uross Fills Boxes nts Visits Charlottesville pillite Earns Honor nts Cadet Calendar Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 2 Takes Office As President Of University Mr. Colgate W. Darden Plans for Future Of School He Heads Mr. Colgate Whitehead Darden officially took the office of President of the University of Virginia, October i. In his speech of acceptance Mr. Harden said that his greatest emphasis will be placed on general education, but graduate studies will not be overlooked, since they "will be stimulated bv a vigorous college of arts and sciences that speaks with a commanding voice in the broad realm of scholarships." Wishes Wide Range W hi'le it is my wish to invite vour attention to a consideration of the relationship which should exist between the University and the whole structure of public education within the Commonwealth," said Dr. Darden, "I must and shall no' lose sight of the fact that only an i»- having great scope, intellectual integrity, a cosmopolitan atmosphere, and a cath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 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 M;arch 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarnett, Shirley Enroughty Sports Editors Thomas Arnold, Brad Peasley, Joe Spivey Business Managers Virginia Ridenour, Mary Lou Rose Circulation Managers Lillian Caviness, Lewis Crump Exchange Editors .Fay Mitchell, Peggy Tinder Art Editor John Nye Fashion Editor. Mary Ann Gilatis Alumni Editor Janette Mays Cadet Editor Monroe Jeffcoat Copy Editors Joyce Harvey, Robert Hughes, Arlene Bramham FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser Miss Charles Anthony Typing Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellett Art 1 Miss Altha Cunningham Supervisor of Circulation in Wythe Mr. Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1947

October 9, 1947 Blue Whites Beat Saints, 28 to 6 John Marshall Faces Wilson Justices Travel to Game Tomorrow Night Against Presidents at Portsmouth John Marshall's Justices are slated to meet Wood row Wilson's Presidents tomorrow night on their field. W T oodrow Wilson has a strong team and is slated to be state champions; according to some fans. Coaching the Presidents this year is Dick Esleek, former grid coach at John Marshall, assisted by Howard Mast as backfidd coach and Phess Woodson as line coach. .In the Woodrow Wilson backficld there are several good men. Howard Borum at halfback, Bi'lly Farris, a hard plunging fullback, "Bullet" Alexander at blocking back, and either ''Patsy" Klise or George Pendergraft at the other halfback spot. The on'lv stellar player in the line is Captain Leo Antonucci, but he is ably assisted iby Billy O'Brien a good defensive player. Here is a probable starting line-up for Woodrow Wilson High School: H.B.—Howard Borum *7° F.B.—Billy Farris "75 B.B....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1947

Page Four SPOTLIGHT on Marshalll«@s By SHIRLEY ENROUGHTY Hi-ya, fellow Marshallites! Now's the time to meet a few personalities who are longing to meet you. /-» • There's a low sophomore Connie with friendly grey ey es and dark brown hair who just loves to make friends. She's Connie Agnew, a former student of Bainbridge. "While at Bainbridge, I was concert master in the orchestra," said Connie pleasantly. "I played the violin in the orchestra." Connie brought some beautiful dahlias to Miss Charles Anthony, and Miss Anthony placed the flowers on her desk for everyone to see. "Collecting miniature dolls is my hobby, and I have twelve dolls sc far,' Connie remarked proudly. When asked how she liked John MarshaM, Connie answered, "I like Jay-em a lot. Everyone said it was going to be hard, but I don't think so.' Here's luck to you, Connie, throughout your years at John Marshall. Buehanan^'Z^X personality make Neal Buchanan a well liked chap around school. Nea! is a senior and captain of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1947

to Vol. XXI (18th Year) No Red Cross To Make Annual Drive Moneys Collected By Junior Red Cross To Help Students Beginning November i and continuing through November 15, the Junior Red Cross will make the annual drive for membership, according to President Sue Hallam. AJI persons in the school will have an opportunity to contribute to the cause so that the good work of the organization may continue. Wythe Adopts Child Last year the pupils from the Wythe building adopted a girl in the Crippled Children's Hospital. This girl, only eight years old, needed only cheering up to put her on the road to recovery; therefore, the Junior Red Cross sent her little boxes of presents to make her happy. Part of this money goes to the International and Nationa/1 Red Cross, but a sizable sum goes to help persons here wfho down on their backs. It helps students to obtain school supplies and lunches when they are unable to obtain these. Arnold Suggests Sacrifice "It is hoped that many students will depr...

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