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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) 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-in-Chief Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude Talley Make-up Editor .Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, NJncy Gouger, Alice luck Sports Editors Charles Heath, Warren Long, Tammy Arnold Sports Reporters Charles Manfred Clary, Lee Early, Roßert Parrish Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilatis Exchange Editor Evelyn Barker Cadet Eidtor Jess Walters Reporters and Business Assistants.. .Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Fay Dixon, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folkes, Mary Ann Francis, Bobby Johnsto...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1948

April 8, 1948 Parrish Leads Thinclads To Victory Justices Top Track Rivals Defeat Arlington Team With Score of to 54y$ In Last Week's Meet Showing promise of another strong team this year by defeating Washington and Lee, of Arlingtom, to John Marshall was the third team in 13 years to defeat the Washington and Lee High School. Pate Vaults 12 Feet 2 Inches Probably the outstanding event was the pole vault of which Bob Pate, though tying for first place with Davy Minick of the Generals, scaled 12 feet 2 inches. This is only 3 inches short of breaking the school record. The Generals took the lead in the field events by winning the high jump, taking all nine points in the discus, and then placing second and third in the shot. They had the Blue White fighting from behind an to score for most of the meet. Parrish High Scorer Boh Parrish was high scorer with 16 points by winning the ioo-yard dash, 220-yard dash, the 440-yard dash, and placing third in the broad jump. It was in the 880 that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1948

Page Four OXO Spring is here at last, and as the first cases of spring fever are evident, before any more of us catch it, let's take a peak ait a few Marshallites. SARA LEE MENZEL, a new .Marshallite who came from Bainbridge Junior High, is a violinist in -the orchestra. Sara has nice long lashes and bright eyes that have a friendly gleam. Good luck, and we'll be listening for sweet strains of musifc from our violin, Sara. ** * * FRANKLIN CAIN, better known now as "Bobby" since his performance in Clflrence, is a busy 'Marshallite. Besides singing in the opera class and in a church choir, Franklin enjoys photography. Gay blue eyes and a pleasant sense of humor make Franklin a junior you'll notice a lot in the future. ** * * LU DANA ANGELL is a blonde senior who will have you believe she's true to her name, but remember her middle name begins with D! Seriousfy speaking, Lu is another musical Marshallite, a soprano who loves to sing as much as others love hearing her. You'll know her a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1948

Cadets Honor Ten Sponsors In Ceremony Wearing White Dresses, Girls Meet Companies To Sweetheart Song With bright colors waving in the breeze, the corps of cadets honored its sponsors Friday a week ago at the semi-annual Sponsors' Day ceremony on the drill field. The sponsors of the corps stood on the Eighth Street steps to receive the salute of the corps. The first sergeants of the companies then escorted the girls to the drill field. The first lieutenants of the Battalion staffs led the Battalion sponsors, and the Regimental staff sponsor was escorted by the Regimental sergeant major. Unit Colors Wave At the end of the regular P.M. drill the corps stood at attention as the corps sweethearts came on the field. The girls wore white dresses trimmed in their unit colors. As the Band played "Stout-Hearted Men", the corps passed in review; sighs and whispers filled the air, .as the sponsors went forward to meet their captains to the tune of "Let (Me Call You Sweetheart". Parents .and fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLF. (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 CART 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 Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude Talley Make-up Editor , Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger, Alice Tuck Sports Editor Warren Long Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilatis, Fay Dixon Alumni Editor Bobby Johnston Exchange Editors Evelyn Barker, Jane Wood Cadet Editor -Jess Walters Art Editor Thomas Lvne Copy Editor Susan Marmion Reporters and Business Assistants... .Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folkes, Mary Ann Francis, Bruce Justifc, Su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1948

April 22, 1948 Justices Take Fourth Tidewater Trophy Harriers Win Track Meet Early Breaks 880 Record, Parrish Stars with 15 As Justices Take Trophy Victory again rings in the halls of John 'Marshall, .as the Justices' thincl'ads captured the Tidewater High School Track Meet last Saturday in Williamsburg. Trailing sadly after the morning field events, John Marshall's stellar trackmen ran away with the running honors in the afternoon, defeating Gran by, rhe nearest rivals, 35 to 29-5/14. Parish Stars The Justices' only points in the morning events were Bobby Pate's second in the pole vault and Jack Gale's third in the broad jump. Gale got his share of the running points with a first in the high .and a close second in the ■low hurdles. Boh Parrish scored a clean sweep in the dashes and took high scoring honors for the meet. Boh took firsts in the 100, 220, and 440-yard flashes. Early Sets New Record Running 'an amazing 54 second first quarter, Lee Early shattered the Tidewater meet rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1948

Page Four 080 By FREDDY ANN BAILEY DOROTHY CLARKE, a dark-haired senior, is a wee bit shy, but none the less interesting. She sings and plays the piano. As a member of the opera class iDot sings alto. You'll notice her peaches and cream complexion set off by a warm smile. ** * * JACK GALE, an athletic senior, has scientific interests along with sports. He aspires to a career in engineering. Jack's black hair and friendliness will catch your eye if you haven't yet met him. ** * * ANNE EVANS is another sparkling senior that is destined for success. At present she is working in a local bank and enjoys her job. Anne has blonde hair, blue eyes, and a soft sweet voice. Her warm smile, 'along with her interesting mind, brightens the school. ** * * JOYCE ANNE HAZELWOOD, an enthusiastic member of the opera class and Dnama Club, already has experience in radio work in both these fields. Joyce is an energetic blonde with a ready smile for her friends. ** * * That's all for now', but be ready f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

J. M. Outscores Maury High Juniors Present Who's Who Students See 'New America' Lights Brighten Auditorium Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 14 Marshallites Place Second In Contest Satin Negligee, Rayon Print Win Prizes of S2O Each In Local Sewing Contest Virginia Gilbert, a high senior, and Carolyn White, a low junior, each took second prize in a sewing contest sponsored by a local department store and radio station. Virginia, a member of Miss Josephine Oleaves's sewing 4 class, entered an off-white satin negligee in the glamour group, >and won second prize of S2O. Carolyn, a member of Miss Mary Sampson's sewing 3 class, entered the junior division with a rayon print dress. 'She won the S2O second prize of her group. Five Contest Groups The contest was divided into five different groups, two of which bad age limits. The remaining three groups were decided 'by the types of clothes. The first group was the senior division for entrants more than 18 years of age and offered three fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTBD BY THE DLETZ PRINTING COMPANY. 109 EAST CARY STREET 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 Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor C>aude JalUy Make-up Editor Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger, Alice Tuck Sports Editor - • • - Warren Long Business Managers Fr s Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilatts, Fay Dixon Alumni Editor -Bobby J oh " sto^ Exchange Editors Evelyn Barker Jane Wood Cadet Editor Art Editor o" Tho,^ S L ™ e Copy Editor Susan Marmion Reporters and Business Assistants Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folkes, Marv Ann Francis, Bruce Justis, Susan M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

May 6, 1948 Corps Holds Inspection First Air and Small Arms Tactics Among Important Demonstrations Given The John Marshall Corps of Cadets went through its 1948 forma l ! government inspection a week ago yesterday. Before the inspection, a conference was held in the commandant's office in Grays' Armory. The conference was attended by the commandant, the Principal, and the inspecting hofficers. The inspecting officers were Lieutenant Colonel William B. Wingfteld, Jr., a former iMarshallite, Major Raymond 'E. Jess, and Major Michael Baymor. Small Arms Tactics The first event of the morning w.as a demonstration in small arms tactics by Company A. The purpose of these demonstrations was for the judges to observe the training methods employed and ask questions on the subject. At the same time Company E explained hygiene and first aid, the Band was asked questions about military organization, in-dividual weapons, and markmanship by Companies C and F, and customs and courtesies was the sub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

Page Four Pat Flannagan Visits Florida Cadet, Friend Make Trip, Stay Jimmy Hartley, Former Marshallite Pat Flanaagan of homeroom 315 and Fred Reed visited Jimmy Hartley, a former Marshallite, in Orlando, Florida on a recent trip they took. "Fred and I planned and financed our trip ourselves .and we intend to make many more trips," smiled Fat. After visiting Columbia, South Carolina and Silver Springs, Florida for two days, the boys went to Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, and Miami. They saw the yachts of the millionaires and took -pictures. In Miami they went swimming and got a little tan. On Easter Sunday they attended sunrise services with Jimmy .at one of the clear lakes near Orlando. Pat is interested in electronics and fixes radios to make his spending change. His Dad is a communications engineer for the C and O .and helps him if he gets stumped. Pat has never taken electronics in school. He made a talk on electronics in English instead of making a book report. "I would rather read ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

May 6, 1948 Benedictine Beats Jayem Cadets Take Loop Lead, Avenge Earlier Defeat At the Hands of Jayem Before a crowd of 1,200, Benedictine trounced John Marshall, 15 to 3, in the first high school game ever to be played under the lights at Mooer's Field. Defending city champions, the cadets took first place in the city circuit from the Justices by a half game margin. Lonney Harvey, cadet hurler, gave up only six hits to Jayem, while striking out five and walking three. Harvey went the entire route for Benedictine. Paul Gentry started for John Marshall and gave up eight hits, which, along with walking three, letting loose two wild pitches, poor backing in the field, and a passed ball, proved costly to the Justices. Frank Hoffman relieved Gentry in the seventh but w.as replaced by Landrum in the ninth, after giving up five hits. Alton Lewis sparked the cadet hitting attack and fattened his own batting average with two triples, .a double, and a single in five times up. He also batted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1948

May 6, 1948 omo Spring is here and for evideace, we have the typical old setting of baseball talk and girls trying ever so hard to get that much desired cafe du lait skin. To top this off, we have just what you want, four sparkling new personalities to set the scene. . . . First of all, we want you to meet Nora Hamlett, a pert little junior, who is bubbling over with sparkling personality! Nora is a grey-eyed, strawberry-blonde, popular lass who is known to everyone as sponsor of First Battalion by those bright colors she sports. Nora Nora Hamlett claims swimming and tennis her favorite pastimes. Sydney Marie Harris, another sparkling senior, is an enthusiastic member of the opera class. She belongs also to the drama cJLass and enjoys presenting plays. Sydney's northern speech fascinates everyone -who talks to her. Her curly brown hair and hazel eyes set off her peaches and cream complexion. She always greets you with a warm smile and a lilting hello. Sydney takes a vital interest i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1948

179 Make Honor Roll Point System Goes into Effect Marshallites Win Second Place Classes Tour Capital Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 15 Committee Formulates Point System Chairman Announces New System of Credits To Go Into Effect Next Term M iss Wilhelmina Wright, faculty committee chairman, has announced the formulation of a system of points and credits which vvi 11 serve a two-fold purpose to go into full effect next term. The point system was devised to limit the number of activities in which a student may be engaged. Groups Given Points Major student offices are separated into fifteen, ten, five, and two and onehalf point categories. A faculty sponsor will be appointed to work with the student association to check so that no student carries more than twenty points, and then* only if he has not failed any work the previous term. Group i, with fifteen points, is made up of the editors of the three publications, the president of the senior class, the president of the student association, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1948

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 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 < Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude Talley Make-up Editor . Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger Sports Editors Warren Long, Charles Heath, Lee Early Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelvne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilatis, Fay Dixon Alumni Editor • • • • • • -Bobby Johnston Exchange Editors Evelyn Barker, Jane Wood Cadet Editor -Jess Walters Art Editor ..Thomas Lyne Copy Editor .Susan Marmion Reporters and Business Assistants Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1948

May 20, 1948 John Marshall Wins Virginia Track Crown Justices Win Track Title Capture State Crown First Time Since '33; Gale Shatters Records A great number of records were shattered and others neared last Saturday at Charlottesville as John Marshall's thinclads won the State track championship for the first time since 1933 and Jack Gale set two new records. At the close of Friday's field events Gramby High of Norfolk was leading with eighteen points, Newport News second with 11 points, Petersburg third with 8 points, John Marshall fourth with 6 points, with the remaining schools all under 5 points. Beacroft Breaks Record Moss Beacroft of Newport News broke the existing pole-vault record ,as he soared over the bar set at 12 feet 5Yi inches. Taking third in this event and contributing much to the Justice cause, as he has done all season, was Justice Co-captain Bob Pate. Kelly Hylton, husky Gramby weight man, broke the other field record with a « discus throw of more than 1144 feet. E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1948

Page Four omo To everyone, including those with the new look, I extend an old greeting. Hi, Marshallites. This little ole column is just plum full of interesting persons, so let's take a look. ** * * William Perdue, a senior who needs no introduction, is in so many places at one time that you are .bound to know him. Bill is .an .active member of the Forum Club, Key Club, .and Cafeteria Committee. Then to fill in the spare minutes, he becomes .a poet and an actor. Whew! Such an industrious boy! ** * * Betsy Sheppard, one of J. M.'s athletes of the fairer sex, enjoys the great outdoors. Along with her athletic interests go horse-back riding and dancing. Betsy is the .proud owner of .a family of the cutest little Cocker Spaniels. ** * * Sonny Wills, a sophomore with a velvet smooth bass voice, is indeed a talented Marshallite. As you will remember, Sonny won first rating in the State music contest. As a member of the opera class and the Richmond Chorai Society, he keeps pretty busy. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 June 1948

335 Apply for Graduation Red Cross Elects Officers Junior Class Sponsors Tour Seniors To Hold Dance in Gym Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 16 v * X v JPif w m pjjjj* "* ■ 46 Receive Honor Tokens Service Awards, Cadet, And Athletic Trophies Go to Boys and Girls Boys and girls received certificates for service awards, for Boys State .and Girls State, and members of the teams presented trophies to the school in the first honors assembly in six years last Tuesday a week ago. Dr. Fred B. Dixon, Principal, was master of ceremonies. Miss Mary Lambert presented the service awards to Wellington Brandis, Eddie Cumber, Marvin Farmer, George Johnson, Lenord Moore, Mary Lou Nussman, and Martha Reuss. Boys and Girls State The boys who are to attend Boys State for the week of July 18-24. ,at V. P. I. in Blacksburg will be Sammy Taylor, Frank Hoffman, John Wooldridge, Bert Williams, Robert Williams, and Robert Davis. The girls who are to attend Girls State at Radford College in Radford for the same week w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 June 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) 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 NTE I^ION A^ MEMBER: Southern Inter scholastic Press Association. Entered as second-class matter September 18, i9 2 9> at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude valley Make-up Editor • • • • -Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger Sports Editors Warren Long, Charles Heath, Lee Early Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilatis, Fay Dixon Alumni Editor -Bobby Johnston Exchange Editors Evelyn Barker, Jane Wood Cadet Editor ters Art Editor <;- Tho, ?? s L *" e Copy Editor .....Susan Marmion Reporters and Business Assistants.... Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, _ V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 June 1948

June 3, 1948 Names Hickey Head Coach School Board Chooses Former Assistant Director As Top Athletic Man With the sound of victory from a successful basketball season still ringing in his ears, Coach Jim Hickey has become head coach at Jayem, as Coach Newell Irwin has accepted a position at the University of Richmond, according to an announcement by Dr. Fred B. Dixon, Principal. Irwin Surprises Coach Irwin's decision came .as a complete surprise to many at Jayem, who will not forget his undefeated track team and his second place football team in State competition. After Dr. Dixon accepted the resignation and expressed his regrets, the immediate .appointment followed of Coach Jim Hickey as Irwin's successor. Coach William B. Goodlow will take over with Hickey .as head track coach at the beginning of the fall semester. Coach Hickey, with an agreeable smile from Coach Goodlow, said, '"There will be no basic chance in system next year, as we take over Red's place. Goodlow, Hickey Until t...

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