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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER Hearts, and Tarts, and Knaves, and Peps "The Queen of Hearts, she made some tarts, All on a winter's day; The Knave of Hearts, he stole those tarts, And took them all away." Wednesday, Majorie certainly was the Queen of Hearts, and the Pep club, the Knave, only the club didn't steal the frozen fruit salad, sandwiches, cakes and tea. That was the important moment at the bridge party Pep Guest gave to the club. Oh, how they stuffed! Judging by the the gentleman at the ""party liked food and more food! Miss Williams was the ace player, going home with a box of beautiful handkerchiefs, and "Lit" Sutherland didn't go home empty handed either. Here's the big news! (Wish it were the headline on the front page to please that certain party). C V. won the third prize! Watch out, Miss Williams ! He might take those handkerchiefs from you next time! As the cards were packed back in the boxes, the Peps packed in cars to go home. The Jack of Spades could have done a handy job ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

HOLIDAYS START TODAY; END JAN. IST Vol lI—No. 14 Essay Chosen to Represent High School in Contest Miss Lucille Palmer's Essay Was Chosen to Represent John Marshall in Gorgas Memorial Contest Recently Medal Presented To Miss Palmer Twenty Dollars Is State Prize, Five Hundred Dollars and Trip to Washington Is National Prize for Winner Among the several essays submitted in the Gorgas Memorial Contest, that of Lucille Elma Palmer was chosen to represent the school in the statewide competition. In addition to receiving die honor Miss Palmer was presented with a medal, the Gorgas Medallion. This award is offered by the Gorgas Momerial Institute for the best essay on "Hie Gorgas Memorial; Its Relation to Personal Health and the Periodic Health Examination." The purpose of the competition is to bring before the people the importance of carrying for their bodies. The presentation of the medal took place in the winner'* home room. By a coincidence, her home room teacher, Miss Cross, also teac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Robert Ehrman Make-Up Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Elizabeth Floyd - Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer Clyde Ratcliffe Cadet Reporter GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Milton Hutchinson, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Grace Rowland, Sam Rudlin, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Regina Hefflebower, Ellen Richardson, Treville LaTouche, Lewis Kaufman. EDITORIAL SECRETARY Katherine Eilers TYPISTS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

TEACHER DELEGATE TO G-P CONFERENCE Miss Crass Attends Meeting In New York; Makes Study of Problems of Girls Recently Miss Cross, the adviser for the John Marshall Girl Reserves, attended the National Girl Reserve committee meeting in New York, as a representative for Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. At this conference Miss Cross met representatives from California, Minnesota, Alabama, Pennsylvania, New York State and New York City. The purpose of the conference was to discuss conditions in Girl Reserve clubs and the social, religious, and industrial problems of girls. Miss Cross said that the answer to every question seemed to further study needed along that line—in fact she said that further study was everyone's middle name. The conference lasted three days, so Miss Cross could not do much during the day time but study and discuss "further study needed along that line." But, ah, her evenings were not spent thusl One evening Mrs. Wallace Hamilton and Mrs. Kenelly entert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

SPORTS Justices Place Five Players on All-State Eleven Maury, J. M. Players Earn Places on All- Virginia Elevens Stewart Sole Representative of John Marshall On First Team; Conrad, Taylor, Smith, and Haase On Second Squad By Herman Wunsch John Marshall holds the honor of having places on the first and second All-Virginia teams. Waddell Stewart, ths husky Justice tackle, n ™ on the first team to gain more votes than all other tackles on the Virginia prep schools' eleven. Haase, voted as one of the four best players in Virginia, gained a berth on the second team as fullback. Smith and Conrad were other local stars that claim such honors. Five High School boys were honorably mentioned. Six cities were represented on the 1929 All-Virginia school football team. State coaches and sports writers cast the votes to place the honor upon the named members. Four members of the State championship outfit placed on the elite team. Newport News, having two players on the first team, came in second ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

DUCKIES ENJOY VARIED EVENTS Bam! Bump! Bump! Bump! "Oh! for goodness' sake! That tire has blown out. Now Dorothy and Mrs. Upchurch will reach Kitty Henning's cabin before we do." "Sister Chairlady Johnson, kindly remove it from the jack. I am going to put a fresh roller on this wheel in record time. Come on, you Folks, help Betty Britton tell me how to fix a flat tire." Gentle reader, the tire was changed with only one mashed finger and six hundred and ten instructions as to how to fix a flat tire. You might be interested to know that this terrible catastrophe happened on the Tappahannock Highway and to some Duckies on their way to a week-end party, the destination being to the river bank on which rested the coziest little cabin ever constructed. Just the place to house fun-seeking Duckies. Shall I tell you more? If you enjoy hearing of others having an unparalelled good time, then read on. Here is the treasured memory. Pour rooms of a snug cottage became filled with joyous girls, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1929

Page 6 CLUB CHA Chatterers Chatter Who is that right person that said the Chatter-Box Club was never heard of any more? Well, here we are still chattering gaily and "newsie" as ever. Although our sponsor, Miss Leech, is still sick, she is recuperating nicely now. Here's to her speedy recovery. Our theatre party is going to be a knock-out. Dinner at White's and a movie afterwards. Sounds interesting, doesn't it? If you see a gaily clad eleven strolling down Grace Street towards White's on December 28, you will know that it is not a big parade_but_a—Chatter-Box social. Club Members The Davis Studio, 809 E. Broad, is making the miniatures for all club pages in the Annual. The price is 50 cents for four, and the best one can be handed in. We shall begin having these made the week of January 6. Students will please go in twos as it will aid the photographer. For more information see the Davis Studio advertisement in today's Monocle. Payment must be made at the time of the sitting. Merry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1930

JOHN MARSHALL PLAYS U. OF R. FROSH TONITE Vol. lI—No. IS J. M. Students Must Choose Classes For Next Term Four Terms of Any Language Must Be Taken Before Credts Will Be Given, According to New Rule May Not Take Public Speaking Until Eng. 6 Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Mechanical Drawing Are Now Half Credit Subjects; Sets New Precedent At this time teachers are asking pupils about their electives for next term and pupils should be ready to answer. In this connection, it will be interesting to know that the Principal, at the faculty meeting on last Monday, gave the following instructions to the teachers: Electives must be chosen from the pupil's year. He may not go forward to subjects for which he is not prepared, nor backward for easy subjects. No pupil may carry a ticket that amounts to more than five points in the regular term or two points in summer term. No Doubling No doubling. In the last half year, however, doubling may be necessary. The office will rule on all such cases. Pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1930

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published IVeekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA t N (Newspaper f J Mem berj Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Robert Ehrman Make-Up Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Ch»rlesFj»st i Dramatic Critic JStartSeßobinson Feature Writer Clyde Ratcliffe Cadet Reporter GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Jeannette McConnell, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Ellen Richardson. Lewis Kaufman. EDITORIAL SECRETARY Katherine Eilers TYPISTS Ruth Love Spain, Josephine Norwood, Genevieve Edwards, Percy Trible, Bernice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1930

SPORTS Justices Defeat Jackets in First Game of Season Sachs Scores First for Ran-dolph-Macon; Second Team Plays Whole of Last Quarter; Was Spirited Scrap John Marshall ushered in the 1930 basketball season last night by defeating the Randolph-Macon frosh team, 39-12. The game was played on the George Wythe gymnasium court. The Jacket frosh gave the Justices a spirited scrap for the first few minutes of the contest, but John Marshall soon hit a winning stride and was in the lead 14-2 at the end of the first quarter. Kaplan and Taylor led the attack in the first period of play, Kaplan's field goal being the first score of the night. Sachs, of RandolphMacon, scored the only Jacket goal of this quarter. Coach Miller ran his secondstring team in for the second quarter. The "shock troops" ran the Justice score up to 23 points, holding the young Jackets to 2 markers, the count at the half being John Marshall, 23; RandolphMacon, 4. The Justice regulars, composed of Kaplan, Taylor, Adkins, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 January 1930

Page 4 CLUB CHA Hot News Club Has Christmas Party On Friday evening, December 20, the Hpt News Club was entertained at the home of Miss Myrtle Matthews, 1211 Nottoway Avenue. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, Misses Annie Anthony, Dorothy Atwell, Lillie Axel, Irma Carrol, Eleanor Hooker, Ruth Gibbs, Myrtle Matthews, Virginia Matthews, Catherine Shewbridge, and Messrs. Raymond Copple, Joseph Merello, Elton Snellings, Frank Wilson, and Edward Williams. A pleasant evening was spent with games, songs, music, and dancing, followed by ice cream and cake. The club colors, red and gold, were used in the refreshments, and a single candle was placed on the cake representing xst birthday celebration "olthe club. The Hot News Club was organized in October in the History 4 class in Room 309 W. The following are the officers: Eleanor Hooker, president; William Pitts, vice-president; Dorothy Atwell, Secretary ; Catherine Shewbridge, treasurer. Duckies' Sunny Side Up Happy New Year! The Duc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1930

EXAMINATIONS BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY Vol. lI—No. 16 Collection is Taken for Purchase of 'Stratford' Ancestral Home of Lee The Home Is Situated on the Potomac River in Westmoreland County a Few Miles from Wakefield Home of Virginia's First Native Born Governor Stratford Is to Be Made a Shrine Similar to That at Mount Vernon and Cost Around $50,000 By Katherine Sergeant In order to purchase Stratford, the ancestral home of General Robert E. Lee, a collection was taken up in all the schools in Richmond this morning. The principals were requested to have arranged for this day some appropriate exercises in honor of General Lee. The Ancestors of Lee The home of the illustrious Lee family of Virginia is situated on the Potomac River in Westmoreland comity, a few miles from Wakefield, birthplace of George Washington. The founder of the Lee family in Virginia, Richard Lee, was ancestor of our beloved General. The Manor House was built bjr Thomas Lee, grandson of Richard Lee and first native-born ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1930

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA , , (NCTKMDCT ( ) Member] Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. A. H. ROSSITER Florence Rhea Tallejr School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Robert Ehrman Make-Up Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker I Club Writer Charles Frost - Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer Clyde Ratcliffe Cadet Reporter GENERAL REPORTERS fai«m Barnard, David Carr, Rosa Flegenheimer, Ruth Gran, Jeannette Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld, Katherine Sergeant, Mary Ann Guy, Ellen Richardson. Lewis Kaufman. EDITORIAL SECRETARY Katherine Eilers TYPISTS Ruth Lore Spain, Josephine Norwood, Genevieve Edwards, Percy Trible, Bernice Abernathy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1930

SPORTS Justices Win First Clash for City Prep Title Blue and White Takes First Tilt in Titular Clash Justices Swamp St. Christopher Outfit in First City Prep Title Conference Game by Huge Score H. Taylor, Forward, Leads By High Score Flashing Offense and Impregnable Defense Leaves Saints Bewildered Before End of First Half Flashing a brand of basketball that seemed to put St. Christopher on the blink for the entire game, John Marshall romped over the Westhampton cagers and won its first game against a city prep conference foe with the score of 48-18. Getting away to a fast start from the very beginning of the game, the Justice five had the Saints liverally running around in circles, bewildered by the clever passing, shooting, and all-around superiority of Dave Miller's White and Blue cagers. Unble to break up the running attack of the Justice five, the Red and White outfit turned its attention to an offensive intended to gain for them, if not the game, at least a close score. But he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1930

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER NOTICE TO CLUBS The Monocle regrets any omission of your activities. It is by accident, not by intention that you are left out of these columns. Get your material in early and in compact form. SAINTS BUSY The reorganized Saints Club has been actively interested in all that concerns the school. The membership insures that fact. Their beforeChristmas get-together as well as their plans for the future promise good things. Idma Club News There has been a slight change in the arrangements for the next Idma dance. It will be given on the thirtieth of January at the Hermitage Club. They will dance from 9:30 to 1:30. Everyone is urged to make his dates early. The dark boys will offer up the music. All Idmas are urged to attend the special meeting Sunday at 2:30. Buddie Noel's home is the meeting place. Reception for Aces A reception was given by Ace Wright for the Aces' three new members, Jo Bridwell, Isobel Lyne, and Charlotte Wood. Everyone had a "hotsy" time, and was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

Subscribe to THE MONOCLE Now Vol. 111. No. 1. CADET HOP TAKES PLACE ON MARSHALL ROOF GARDEN Ball Is Opened With Figure, Girls Wear White And Boys Full Dress; Officers Present Souvenirs To Girls. MARTIN LEADS FIGURE WITH MARY F. BOWIE Every One Seems To Have Good Time; All Sorts Of Couples Present; Many Different Kinds Of Gowns Represented. One of the most brilliant events of High School's social season, the cadet "hop", took place Friday night in the roof garden of the John Marshall Hotel. Leading the figure which opened the ball were Captain Louis Martin and Miss Frances Bowie, assisted by Captain Charlie Southward with Miss Frances Dorin. They were followed by the officers of the cadet corps and their partners, among whom were some of the most prominent girls in school. The figure lo6ked like a great John Marshall banner with its blue and white. The blue, white-belted (Continued on Page Five) PJTHE MOVIETONE TO TAKE PHOTOS OF CADET COOPS Film To Show Full-Dress Inspection, Tent-Pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. (Nensmxr Member] Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 3, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. FLOOR TRAILERS Long skirts have been here for same time, and the John Marshall girls have taken them up. Walk through the halls and look about you. You see long, dipping skirts that almost reach the floor. Of course, they are not worn by the majority, partly because most high school girls cannot afford to change their school costumes to suit every whim of fashion and partly because many have too much good taste to adopt extreme styles. Would that this were the case with every one! In the first place, would Patou and Lelong smile upon the wearing of dresses more than half-way down the leg for school? They would not. Fashion articles say most definitely, "Sport clothes, seventeen to fifteen inches from the groun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

SIMML HISTORY CLASSES Miss Bomar's Students Contribute Toward Buying Set Of Fraill For Use Of School. Always the center of much interest, the history department at present is in the throes of reorganization, not only of the entire department but of individual classes, also. Because of this, in spite of the fact that the semester has just begun, many interesting programs will feature the class meetings to be held Monday. Books Given To Library To Miss Bomar's classes of last term goes the credit of having contributed $32 towards the purchase of a new set of Traill. This set is in great demand since it is needed by all history 5 and 6 pupils and, therefore, will make a valuable addition to the library. In recent years, Miss Bomar's classe* have presented to the school a complete set of Traill, Our Country, Historian's History of the World, reference books, and numerous historical novels. The purchase of these volumes has been made possible through the co-opera-tion of the pupils who v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

JUSTICES DEFEIT BENEDICTINE QUINT John Marshall Takes Lead In City Prep Title Race By Defeating Cad erts In Hard Fought Contest. HIGH SCORING HONORS GO TO STEWART Justices Stage Spectacular Comeback Before Large Audience In Second Half; Cadets Find Defense Impregnable.. Before an enthusiastic audience, near the 2,000 mark, the John Marshall five, staging a sensational comeback to their rather loose playing of the first half, defeated the Benedictine quint by a score of 30-19. The Justice five started off with a - rush, Stewart dropping off with two fouls in the first minute of play, following with a field goal, and a few minutes later oaging another foul shot. Although playing a rather loose game, - Coach Miller's combination managed to keep even with the Proctormen until the end of the half, when Weis, star forward of the Green and White, looped a beautiful shot from near the center of the floor. The half ended with the score 15-13, Benedictine on the long end of the court. At the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

Cadet Hop Takes Place (Continued from Page One) suits of the boys were a decided contrast to the white evening gowns of their partners as they crossed and recrossed the floor. The J. M. the wheel and the Class Numerals evoked much praise. The new Pershing caps were much in evidence. As the girls in pairs passed beneath the crossed sabres of the cadet officers favors were presented to all the white clad ones. Following this everyone took part in the dancing as the strains of music floated over the floor. The couples twinkled in and out of the throng exchanging greetings as they passed. Sturdy deliberating black shoes stepped along in the company of shining darting silver slippers. Every now and then some one would begin to hum the refrain of a popular song, and some one else would take it up. Several dancers were gliding smoothly along, eyes closed. Others were carrying on a gay conversation, the girl's eyes sparkling and the boys smiling. There were all sorts of couples there. One c...

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