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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 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 <IWTtBHATIONAS S 'SSP 151 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 Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarnett, Shirley Enroughty Sports Editors Thomas Arnold, Brad Peasley, Joe Spivev 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 Gjlatis Alumni Editor Janette Mays Cadet Editor Monroe Jeffcoat Copy Editors Joyce Harvey, Robert Hughes, Arlene Bramham Assistants to Staff Norman Dodl, Ann Marie Nunnallv, Claude 1 alley FACULTY ADVISERS A 'eixspafier Adviser Miss Charles ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1947

October 23, 1947 Justices Play Comet Boys John Marshall Travels To Norfolk Saturday; Granby Sixth Foe of J. M. The Justices of John Marshall will play the Comets of Granby Saturday afternoon at Foreman Field in Norfolk. Thus far this year the Blue and White team has played four games. It beat Victoria 6 to o, Benedictine 20 to o, St. Christopher's 28 to 6, and lost its first game, two weeks ago in Portsmouth, at thf hands of Woo draw Wilson, 12 to o. Thomas Jefferson tied Granby two weeks ago, and the week before that the Comets were defeated by Jefferson of Roanoke. Granby Loses Chuck Stobbs, a left-hander, was the star passer for Granby. Stobbs was a'lso on the haseball team and pitched in last year's Esquire, East-West Boys game. Because of his ability as a baseball pitcher, Chuck was signed by the Boston Red Socks and the American League. Barney Gill, another of Granby High speed backs, is going to the University of Virginia. Harvey Foils has graduated, also. Probable Line-ups G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1947

Page Four SPOTLIGHT on Marshalirifes By BETTIE JARRETT Bobbie ar^ara Williams, better known to her friends as Bobbie, is a high junior of homeroom 303. Before coming to Jayem this term, she attended St. Margaret's, a girls' boarding school at Tappahannock. "J like John Marshall better," remarked the brown-haired girl. "I could spend every minute here." At all the football games, Bobbie helps to keep up the spirit of Javem's team by cheering. Have you seen those beautiful sweaters she wears? She makes them all herself. She is skillful not only with knitting needles, but with a needle and thready as well. _ A low senior from home"OQOJ room jj 3 j s Robert Duffer. This brown-eyed cadet is a second lieufenant in Company C. "•I like the whole corps and especially Company C. Besides the hard work, we really have a good time together," smiled Bobby. Every Saturday night Robert becomes a newspaper man. He works for the Times-Dispatch, but he still finds time to go to the Chips and Chatter C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1947

Hold to that ball, Justice team! Show the Jeffs You're on the beam! Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 4 ' ■ . f V Co-Captain Ted Filer and Coach Newell Irwin. .f » \ ■ . r .«■? -«•- Wims * r £ fei^i wjjjF 1 * Corps Holds Sponsors' Day Girls, Dressed in Gray, Meet Companies to Tune 'LetMe Gall You Sweetheart' Sighs and whispers filled the drill field yesterday a rweek ago as the sponsors were escorted to their companies to the tune of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" in the semi-annual Sponsors' Day ceremony of the John Marshal] Corps of Cadets. For Editorial Comment, See Page 2 Standing on the fcighth (Street steps, the sponsors received the salute of the corps, and then the first sergeants of their companies escorted them to the drill field. The battalion sponsors were led by the first lieutenant of each battalion, .and the staff sponsor by the regimental sergeant major. Sponsors Wear Grey The sponsors wore grey dresses trimmed in the colors of the units they represented. After having the usual...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 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 j^HTEOH^T^ONA^I MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic Press Association. HpEslslvS 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 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 Assistants to Staff Norman Dodl, "Ann Marie Nunnally, Claude Talley FACULTY ADVISERS Netvstaper Adviser Miss Charles Anthony Typing Mrs. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1947

November 6, 1947 ■■ h! : : J *Kl j^p W '"' :^i Left to right—Dr. H. C. McKown, Sue Hallatn, Warren Long, James Hartley, and Virginia Lindsay. Dr. McKown Quizzes Seniors, Asks Questions on Future Life In a comical, but trained tone of voice, a laugh wrinkled face, one hand in his pocket and the other whimsically stroking his chin, Dr. \Harry C. McKown, nationally known author and lecturer, addressed the seniors of John Marshall, Wednesday two weeks ago, in the school auditorium, to ask them questions on the future of their lives. Dr. McKown stated that there are ■four aspects in a high school training. Besides the mental aspect, there is the physical. Keep Body Fit "You should have a set of ideals for your body to keep it in good condition so it will last you," warned the speaker. The lecturer added that high school students should develop spiritually, not on'ly in an attitude towards their: Maker, but to enjoy the fine things in life such as music or drawing for their own benefit. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1947

Page Four John Marshall Whips Hopewell, 13-7 Jay em Beats Blue Devils Coming iback in the second half to score two touchdowns, the John Marshall Justices oaptured their fifth win in six games from a fighting team from Hopewel'l, 13 to 7. The Blue Deviils started the scoring in the first quarter when Francis Powell threw a pass over Ted Filer's head to iPetree, w r ho ran the remaining 20 yards for a score. Filer Goes Through Jayem oame right back and drove down to the Hopewell ten on line bucks by Pate .and Filer and deep reverses by Ed Harris. With ten seconds remaining lin the half, Filer smashed through center for the tally, but a referee ruled that his knee touched the ground before he went over. The other three referees had signified that he had scored, but the lone objector's decision stood and the Blue Devils led, 7 to o, at half time. Two times before in the first half the Justices drove down .inside the Hopewell twenty, but both times Bobby Pate's fumbles -were recovered by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1947

November 6, 1947 ggHF |s| ■F W * Jb Ray Doubles, Court Judge Governor Tuck appointed M. Ray Doubles, a former Marshallite, as judge of Hustings Court, Part 11, yesterday a week ago. Mr. Doubles came to Richmond when he was three years of age, was educated in the public schools, and graduated from John Marshall High School. Having received a B.S. degree at Davidson College in 11922, he won his law degree at the University of Riiehmond in 1926. The lawyer was at the T. C. Williams Law School for five years and l then studied for the doctor's degree in jurisprudence at the University of Chicago. In 1931 he became dean of the University of Richmond's Law School, and he has served since 1942 as a special assistant to the Attorney-General in charge of most of the criminal cases which the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals heard. He married Miss Catherine Clifford Carroll, and they have two children Malcolm Carroll Doubles, 15, a student at St. Christopher's, and Eleanor Jane Doubles, 13, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1947

Page Six SPOTLIGHT on MarsliAill(#s Bv SHIRLF.Y and BETTIE DoUie, " sh f oftt " """V'" 7 Dorothy Browdy, a junior with dark hair and big brown eyes which sometimes are visible behind green specks. Dot, who is on the Record staff, was a member of the library staff and the cafeteria committee last year. S|je is also a member of the Drama Club. "Yes, indeed, I go to all the football games," boasted Dottie. ''l wouldn't think of missing one," she said with an attractive smrie. Dorothy likes to dance, and froiyi what I hear, she's good at it, too. Janette °"<°' , he b l usie " •fT"" at Jayem is Janette Mays, the alumni editor of The Monocle. However, working for the Monocle is not all she does. It's just the beginning! She's co-chairman of the senior section committee for The Marshallite and secretary of the senior class. This senior devotes Tuesday afternoons to attending the meeting of the executive committee of the student association. She's a member of the planning committ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1947

J. M. Beats T. J. Students Observe Armistice Poet Speaks Here Honor Society Initiates Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 5 Honor Society Has Initiation, Receives 26 Members Take Pledge To National Organization In Candlelight Program Dressed in their long, blue robes, the members of the John Marshall Chapter of the National Honor Society inductecD twenty-six new members into their organization, November 12, in the junior and senior assembly. Members of the Honor Society and the faculty chose these students because of their unquestionable character, their ability to lead, their willingness to render service, and their high rank in scholarship. These are the four cardinal principles on which the organization is founded. When the president called their names, they rose, stepped into the center aisles, stood until they were tapped by a member of the society, and followed that member to the platform. Light Candles, Receive Colors They went through the arch, received pledge colors, and had their can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (E STABLI SHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly during the school* year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY. 109 EAST CARY STREET MEMBER : Southern lnterscholastic Press Association . i 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 Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarrett, Shirley Enrougbtv 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. 1 Mary Ann Gilatis Alumni Editor Janette Mays Cadet Editor Monroe Jeffcoat Copy Editors Joyce Harvey, Robert Hughes, Arlene Bramham Assistants to Staff Norman Dodl, Ann Marie Nunnally, Claude Talley FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser Miss Charles Anthony ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1947

November 1947 Ted Filer Scores 6 Points To Beat Teejay Jay em To Play Petersburg May Be Game To Decide Second Place in Race For State Honors Petersburg Hi gh School will play host to a strong John (Marshall High School football team .at Cameron Field in the annual Turkey Day struggle, November 27. This game rates as one of the most important of the high school games on this day, because it may decide who -will take second place "111 the state championship race. To date, Petersburg has won four games and lost one league game, -while John Marshall bas a record of five wins and one loss in the league. Eacb school lost to the Jiigh flying league leaders, Wood row "Wilson High School of Portsmouth. Wave Men, Big Some of the outstanding Petersburg backfield men are the Halbert brothers, Ed and Richard, and 175-pound Bill Stevens, who sparkplugs the short punt formation that tKe Wave boys run. "HoVdlng down their positions in the fore wall of Petersburg are two heavy weights, 235-pound Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1947

Page Four SPOTLIGHT on Marshall!!** By SHIRLEY and BETTIE Marshallites, how about meeting some more fellow students! Here are .a few you'll find wandering around the halls of Jayem. • Lou Costella, as he is often PPy called by the boys on the football team, is actually Manford Charles Clary (Skippy), a senior with brown curly hair and blue eyes. Skippy is the co-captain of the basehall team and plays third base, at which position he is good! He is also on the football team. He plays hard all the time, knows every man's position in the backfield, >and is ready to Ko at any time he is called on. Skip is a'lso the Monocle representative for his homeroom and is a member of the journalism class. Flash ®°kby Parrish, a blue-eyed, brown-haired senior, who is vice-ipresident of the senior class, was nil-state quarter-miler and third best in the 220 last track season. Coming back for another season of track, Bob hopes to receive high honors and set records. Going to New York in th...

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

Justices Beat Waves J. M. Has Audio-Visual Lab. x ' Pupils To See Freedom Train John Marshall Fills Baskets Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 6 School Has Laboratory Of Special Aid J. M. Has Audio-Visual Room Audio-Visual Room In This Region "Almost every school uses audiovisual aids, but John Marshall is the only school in this region that has an audio-visual laboratory, which is a special room set aside for this work," said Miss Rosina Bowers, chairman of the audio- visual committee, In the laboratory there are an opaque projector, two recording machines, and a radio with A. M. and F. M. frequency. The small room in the laboratory will be used as a workshop for the teachers, where materials will be mounted to be used in the opaque projector. Library, Helpful The library plays an important part in aiding the development of the laboratory, according to Miss Bowers. It is through the library that teachers who wish to use materials in the audiovisual laboratory and one of the sixteen 'boys, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year 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-%-Chief Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarrett, Shirley Enroughty Sports Editors Thomas Arnold, Brad Peasley, Joe Spivey Business Managers Virginia Ridenour, Mary LoO 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 Assistants to Staff. . .Norman Dodl, Ann Marie Nunnally, Claude Talley, Janet Beverly FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser : Miss Charles Antho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1947

December 4, 1947 J. M. Tops Wave, Ranks Second in State Justices Will From Wave Clinches Second Place In State Standings; Woodrow Wilson, First John Marshall's Justices came out victorious in the annual turkey day classic over a strong Petersburg team bv the score of 20 to 6. Defeating Petersburg gives the Blue Whites not only the Central District crown, but also second place for the Virginia High School league title. Only Woodrow Wilson of Portsmouth has won more league games than John Marshall. John Marshall's only close rival was Roanoke whom the Justices defeated by the unimpressive score of 2 to o. Worst Defeat Since 1929 Since 1929 games between the two schools have had a record that boasts many close tilts, and in that time never has John Marshall beaten Petersburg by tas many as 14 points: Other things point to the fact that Petersburg was thoroughly outplayetT John (Marshall held Petersburg to only 31 yards rushing, while they chalked up 252 yards in cracking the line. In f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1947

Page Four SPOTLIGHT on By SHIRLEY and BETTIE A cute junior with shining J blue eyes and a wonderful sun tan is Gerry Woody. This athletic lass is -a member of John Marshall's hockey team. Gerrv plays right inner on the team and plays her position with sikill and interest. She, like many of us, is a constant supporter of the football stfuad, not missing a game! Horseback-riding is her hobby, but best of all she 'loves competitive sports. "I enjoy school a lot except maybe for ia, certain subject which looks like hen scratching," Gerry replied smiling. Mitch V a s^ort 'darkhaired sophomore with a very short crew cut, is quite a singer. Yes, sir, Roy :has often sung at a local theatre. He also sang in the Sophomore Talent Parade in the sophomore assembly 'last month. Being a recruit in Company C keeps Roy rather busy what with having to get up these cold, wintry mornings early to attend morning drill. "But it's iworth the effort," Rov admitted, "for even though the corps of cadets is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

Filer, Gentry Captains Six Pairs of Twins in J. M. Society Has Banquet 202 Leads Honor Roll Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 7 Seniors Give Chris To Highlight Yulei With Evelyn Collier honored as Mary and Ted Filer as Joseph, the senior class presented The Prince of Pe,ace in assemblies, this last week before the hoi id a vs. In the Nativity scenes were Warren Long, Norman Dodl, and BiM Perdue, shepherds; Bob Lambert, Bab Parrish, and Nick Andre, Wise Men; and Janette Mays and Martha Reuss, angels. As these portrayed the serenity of that first Christmas night, Audrey Williams and Mary Lou Rose read the Biblical narrative. The scenes began with the Madonna sitting beside the manger, while the choir softly sang "Silent Night". In the last, during which the choir jubilantly sang "Joy to the World", Mary, sitting by the manger, and Joseph, standing at her side, greeted the shepherds and Wise Men, who came with their gifts to honor the new-born King, while the angels, in flowing white gowns, loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ 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 Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors Bettie Jarrett, 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 Assistants to Staff Norman Dodl, Ann Marie Nunnally, Claude Talley, Janet Beverly, Freddy Ann Bailey, Pat Nunnally, Frances Durrette. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

December 18, 1947 Vocal Classes Give *Rose Maiden 9 Crowds View Spectacular Cantata Crowds filled the auditorium to see | The Rose Maiden, a oantata by R. E. Francillon, which the John Marshall vocal classes presented last Thursday night. Mrs. Charlotte S. Troxell had the soprano lead, "Roseblossom", and Kathryn Carter had the contralto lead, ' The Gardener's Daughter". The male leads were Clyde Hinshaw, tenor, who was "The Forester", and Cecil Farmer, baritone, who had the part of "The 'Spring". They were all alumni of Mr. Charles Troxell's vocal classes. The Ros,e. Maiden is the story of the Queen of the Flower Fairies. The Queen is tired of a dull, uneventful life, and she prays to The Spring to give to her the gift of love that he gives to man. The Spring warns her of the risk that she will be taking, but rhe Flower Fairy Queen continues to pray. Unable to ignore her pleadings, he agrees to change her into a beautiful girl while she sleeps. The Queen wanders through the world se...

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