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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1949

Page Two f Hello % a Contagious Disease Two sets of footsteps sounded on the walkway which threaded itself across the green campus. One set was Light and brisk; the other plodded its weary way homeward, apparently bearing a dejected piece of humanity. "Good afternoon," smiled the neatly dressed college boy. "Good afternoon," returned the stranger somewhat dubiously. "Friendly chap," he commented to himself as each man continued walking in opposite directions on the campus. What was that lightness the older man felt inside himself all of a sudden? His feet didn't hurt nearly so much, and somehow the bitterness he had felt toward his boss because of their dispute earlier in the day had melted awav under the warm sunshine of the young college man's friendly greeting and cheerful smile. He continued walking. "Good afternoon, sir." "How d'e do, son!" This time the man responded enthusiastically to the student's greeting, and the next time he met one of the bovs he was the first to speak....

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1949

April 28, 1949 John Marshall Wins over Benedictine, 5 to 2 J. M. Suffers Second Loss Justices Take Firsts in Six Running Events; Glass Dominates Field Events John Marshall's defending State Champion track squad suffered its second loss of the season to E. C. Glass of Lynchburg one week ago last Saturday at the HiHtoppers Stadium, with a score of to 36^. Field Events Are One Sided The day being cold, windy, and cloudy proved unfavorable for a track meet. Glass took a large lead in the field events, copping points to J. M.'s 2*/2. Larry Young won a third in the pole vault with his best jump of the year. Joe Holland, promising sprinter and broad jumper, made a third in the broad jump, and Cocaptain Jack Sanford tied for third in the high jump. Glass swept the shotput and discus. Justices Prove Better Runners In running events the Justices fared better taking firsts in all but the halfmile. Despite this good showing J. M. made only one second place and one third place. Allan Barbee turn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1949

Page Four J. M. Student Association Takes Spring Outing Marshallites Enjoy Tour Approximately Forty Boys and Girls Have Good Time on Trip Sunburned faces and contented sighs were the evidences of a wonderful time by approximate!}' forty Marshallites on the student association spring outing Saturday. Sponsored by the Parent-Teachers- '. Ludent Association, the John Marshall Student Association enjoyed a five-hour cruise down the historic James River on the good ship, PSC 1374. Courtesy to Many The guests of honor included the executive committee of the student association for this year, the newly elected executive committee, the senior class officers, the National Honor Society, the Key Club officers, the president of the Junior Red Cross, Dr. and Mrs. Fred B. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Smith, Miss Mary G. Lambert, Miss Ann C. Cross, and Mrs. Madge Henderson. "Oh, everything was just perfect!" chorused the tired but happy crowd as the trip ended. Go to City Point Gathering in dung...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1949

Companies Compete for Cup Baseball Team on Top Key Club Entertains Kiwanis Journalism Class Writes Paper Vol. XXF (21st Year) No. 14 J. M. Cadets Try for Cup In 51 Drill Wide Open Contest, Capacity Crowd Forecast for Drill Amid the shouts of an enthusiastic audience and the rhythmic music of the band, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets will compete for the semi-annual Competitive Drill Cup, presented by local clothiers, tomorrow night at the Grays' Armor} 7 . Concert Opens The program will open with a concert by the band. The concert will include "El Caballera March" by Olivadoti, "Poet .and Peasant Overture" by Von Suppe, "A Mayfair Cihderella" by Ketelbey, "March of the Musketeers" by Friml, and "The Officer of the Day March" by Hall. The concert will be conducted by Mr. W. Arnold Berky. At the end of the concert, the captains will .accompany their sponsors to the stand at the head of the drill floor, where they will remain until the end of the drill. / The companies will then, beg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1949

Page Two Parents, Teachers, Students Unite All parents have a desire to know what their children are doing in school. Some students do well; others, not so well; but parents like to know their child's achievements just the same. They like to meet and talk with the teachers. In this way, they can find out just what their child's strong and weak points are. To give this opportunity to parents, teachers, and students is the purpose of the Parent-Teacher-Student Association. Of course, the report card is a means of recording and telling parents a student's achievement, but they cannot tell every fact about a student's school life. To tell these facts is one of the many purposes of this organization. The association also strives to improve teaching methods and school conditions. Through parents, the organization can find out a student's opinion of how things are run or how he thinks they should be directed. Arranging for social functions in the school, the group creates friendly relation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1949

May 12, 1949 Blue-White Team Reports 5 Recent Victories Team Wins Game, Stays 011 Top in City The Justices remained on top in the city league race by defeating St. Christopher's 5 to 1 at Westhampton, Saturday. Raul Gentry, who hurled for the Justices, gave up three of the Saints seven hits in the first inning when Warren Moody scored the first run of the game and the only one for them. Dave Northen submitted eleven hits to Jayem. Gentry tied up the game in the third, when, with two men on, he singled to score Paul Weeks. Jayem took the lead in the fourth when Ed Huff scored from third on a hit by Allen Barbee. The Justices scored three runs in the sixth and one in the seventh, but the game was called after one out on account of rain. Blue-Whites Trip Blue Devils 63^2-44^2 The Justice thinclads placed first in seven of twelve events to win over the Hopewell Blue Dvils 63Vi to 44/%. The John Marshall trackmen were led by Hubert Klapp and Jack Sandford. Jlapp won in the 440 and discus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1949

Page Four Donald Spivey, New Junior Red Cross Head Freshmen Take Spotlight In Personality Review By MARIAN KING MARY JANE MARSHALL Edna Long, a cute brown-eyed, auburn-haired freshman, is in homeroom 103 W. Probably you've seen her around school because she is secretary of the Forum Club, on the Wythe cafeteria committee, and on the bulletin board and service awards commission. Swimming, skating, and playing the piano are among her favorite hobbies. Her favorite subject here at John Marshall is art.* She is planning to major in it if she has an opportunity to go to college. Edna attended Bainbridge Junior High School, where she was a member of the student council and a cheer leader. Ethel Satterwhite, that girl with brown eyes and brown hair, is in homeroom 302 W. A member of the opera class, Ethel just loves to sing, and she was in the operetta and in one of the assembly program talent shows. Ethel is a faithful supporter of Company C and proudly displays her black and gold colors....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1949

323 To Graduate Company A Wins Gup Germans Visit School Cadets Plan Memorial Vol. XXI- (21st Year) No. 15 323 Seniors Apply for Graduation in June Beverly Conti, Shirley New Staffs Receive News Of Positions Editors of The Monocle, 'Marshallite', 'The Record' Name Future Workers Amid applause and laughter, the present editors of The Record., The Marshal lite,, and The Monocle announced the new staffs for the fall semester Wednesday a week ago during the press banquet in the Wythe Tea Room. Anne Morris is the new edit%r-ip-chief of The Murshallite, with Joyce Filer as business manager. Magazine Editor Announces Florace Lockwood announced for The Record Betty Carroll and Shirley Taylor as editors, with Jean Arann and Malcolm Wyatt assistant editors, and Sue McCann, .business manager. Beverly Conti and Shirley Putdy will be the co-editors for The Monocle next semester. Mary Anne Clements will serve as business manager, Halford Hayes is managing editor, while sports editors are Bill Snea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1949

Page Two Xife Is an Employer' Back in the days when candy kisses and all-day suckers were the most important factors of our existence, we proudly took our single penny to the store and with noses pressed against, the glass case, announced to the oorner grocer that we wanted a whole great big bag full of "that". The poor man felt a little sympathy for us but, after all, as he didn't run a charity organization, he sent us home where we loudlv protested, "That man took my penny and didn't give me but two pieces of candy!" Such is life, if we may get philosophical. Put a penny's worth of happiness into life and you can squeeze it till it squeals, but that's all you'll get back out of it—a penny's worth of happiness. Emerson said that you can have anything that you want —if you want it badly enough. "Hitch your wagon to a star," he said. In other words, strive for the highest, pay for it, and it's yours. The brutal fact remains that you must pay for it. Life is kind, though, after all. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1949

May 26, 1949 John Marshall Defeats Hopewell, 5 to 4 T. J. Defeats J. M.Thinclads Thomas Jefterson Takes Lead in Field Events; Tyson Sets New Record One week ago last Saturday the Justices suffered their third loss in dual competition, bowing to a strong Teejay track* team to 42^. T. J. took the lead in the field events by sweeping the shot, taking second and third in the pole vault, first and third in the broad jump, first and third in the discus, and a first and a tie for third in the high jump. Floyd Tyson set a new shot-put record for Teejay with a 50-foot heave. Hubert Clapp took a second in the discus with a throw of 128 feet. Larry Young cleared the pole v.ault bar at 9 feet 6 inches to take a first place. Allen Barbee took a second in the broad jump and Jack Sanford took a second in the high jump. Eddie Long tied for third place in the high jump. Running Events, Closer In the running events Jayem fared better but not good enough. Barbee took the ioo-yard dash in 10.2 seconds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1949

Page Four Christian Youth League Receives News This is a letter that Miss Rosa Branch sponsor of the Christian Youth League received recently from Helen Ramsay who lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. The League sent to her Sunday School class Easter candies and a letter inquiring if there were any special things the class wished. Dearest Rosa, Do you people in America ever think of yourselves and do anything else besides send parcels to people like me? I think the only time I write you is to thank you for something. But we do appreciate it so very much. It is a true "Christian" League you have indeed, for who else but true Christians want to send things to help others less fortunate than themselves. Do give our warm and very sincere thanks to your League for sending me Easter candies. We have no idea what Easter candies are, but we are always learning and we shall know when the things arrive. How we look forward! Now, I have just thanked you for one thing, and then you ask what else we wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1949

John Schaefer Heads Corps Mrs. Lassiter Flies to Europe J. M. Welcomes Marshallites Pupils Meet New Teachers Vol. XXII-' (21st Year) No. 1 John Schaefer To Head Corps In Fall Term Commandant Schaefer Names New First Captain, Appoints Other Officers John M. Schaefer will be first captain of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets for the fall term, according to Lieutenant Charles J. Schaefer, the commandant. All officers are as follows: Staff J. M. Schaefer, first captain; D. B. Flanagan, captain adjutant; H. I. Hayes, training and personnel captain; F. W. Reid, captain quartermaster; E. C. Harris, training and personnel second lieutenant; A. E. Slayton, regimental sergeant major; Gene E. Lane, regimental supply sergeant; M. W. Burnett, regimental color sergeant; O. C. Redford, first battalion captain; J. H. Bailey, lieutenant adjutant, first lieutenant; L. B. Jones, second battalion, first lieutenant commanding; R. E. Lucas, lieutenant adjutant, first lieutenant; J. H. Martin, lieutenant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1949

Page Two Twelve-Year Plan in Effect In September, 1946, a plan known as the twelve-year system was introduced into the Richmond Public Schools. This new system was authorized by the School Board in January, 1946. Beginning with the 7L class of September, 1946, students were scheduled to graduate from high school after completion of the 12H instead of at the end of the 11H grade. All classes above the 7L at that time would finish their high school careers in accordance with the old system. The 7L class of September, 1946 spent two years in junior high school and will spend four in senior high school. This 6-2-4 system, because of the housing capacity of the Richmond Senior High Schools, will be impossible by 1952. However, at that point, instead of the 6-2-4 plan, a 6-3-3 system is more practical from an educational standpoint. From September, 1947 to February, 1951 certain grades will cease to exist in the 12-year system, except for irregular pupils. Since the 8L was no longer the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1949

September 22, 1949 Justices To Unveil New Split T Saturday Granby Initial Foe of Jayem Big Experienced Comets May Prove To Be Tough; Allen Barbee Hurts Leg The John Marshall Justices will open their 1949 gridiron season against * Granby High School, in Norfolk, Saturday, September 24. The contest, slated for 2:00 p. m., will be a supreme test for Coach Jim Hickey's newly installed split T. The Comets, always a power in the Tidewater district, are expected to make a strong bid to cop the State title this year. Lettermen Return The Justices have six returning lettermen, among them Captain Zip Zerulik, who will hold down the right tackle post in the Jayem line. On the opposite side of the line either Buck McKenney or Bob Cole will likely get the nod. Letterman Dick Haigh is the probable starter at right guard, but left guard is wide open. Ray Jones and Dick Gholson are both aspiring pivot men. The ends are manned by Bernard Spencer and Granville Grant, both veteran flankmen. Mel Roach,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1949

Page Four Schaefer Leads Corps of Cadets (Continued from Page One) sergeant; W. J. Bryan, J. G. Constantino, D. E. Davis, H. E. Franklin, G. C. Howard, sergeants; M. E. Dawson, S. P. Jones, R. E. Schmidt, R. W. Schanz, A. B. Lowe, corporals; R. L. Frith, private first class. Company E P. L. Parrish, captain; B. S. Marshall, first lieutenant; T. L. Vaughan, C. W. Wright, second lieutenants; W. A. Rose, first sergeant; C. L. Hughes, supply sergeant; R. R. Harmon, E. L. Johnson, platoon sergeants; M. L. Perry, R. E. Cathcart, W. B. Moore, A. E. Bowles, E. J. Wade, H. S. Tinsley, sergeants; F. E. Seay, W. C. Hatcher, corporals. Company F P. J. Denzler, A. W. Agee, first lieutenants; E. M. Mallory, H. F. Minor, second lieutenants; R. J. Gooch, first sergeant; R. E. Ryan, supply sergeant; W. E. Hasker, C. M. Grady, platoon sergeants; A. W. Western, O.J. Wheelhouse, W. J. Lammey, R. S. Parr, W. B. Clarke, W. D. Gottwald, W. W. Robinson, sergeants; J. C. Smith, J. C. Pugh, W. E. Thompson, c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1949

Cadets Subscribe 100% J. M. Celebrates Birthday Miss Rouzie Crosses States Mr. Frazier Presents Gift Vol. XXII 2 (21st Year) No. 2 Nation, City, Schools, Hoiior Poe In Ceremony and With Exhibits In commemoration of the 100 th adversary of the death of Edgar Allan Poe, the United States Post Office will issue a special memorial stamp, and celebrations and exhibits will occur at various places throughout the city, tomorrow. Here at John Marshall, Poe exhibits will be on display in the library, in the library show case, and in room 104, and this paper is carrying some Poe features. The Record will feature a Poe editorial in its autumn issue. Ceremony at Capitol There will be a ceremony at the south portico of the State Capitol tomorrow at 3:15, when" the John Marshall Band will open the program with a 15-minute concert. Dr. Douglas S. Freeman, chairman of the Poe Foundation, will preside. The Rev. George Ossman, rector of Monumental Church, is to deliver the invocation after the concer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1949

Page Two High Priest of the Beautiful Edgar Allan Poe from the beginning of his short span of years was a child of Destiny, who by his magnificent literary accomplishments won for himself the great honor of being referred to as the High Priest of the Beautiful. Exactly a century after his death, the echoes of Poe's beautiful works still sound down through the Halls of Time throughout the world. Poe, who believed that the most exquisite theme of poetry was a beautiful woman in death, created many unsurpassed poems along this line of thought. Edgar Allan Poe, with the great literary genius bestowed upon him, attained heights of beauty with poetic words never achieved before. Poe's works are even more admirable for being written by a man who had to write under almost unsurmountable hardships. Many of the hurts and wrongs Poe was forced to undergo during his short life have been healed by Time, the healer of all hurts. Today Edgar Allan Poe is appreciated by America and other peoples of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1949

October 6, 1949 Justices, CadetsTo Clash at Stadium Tomorrow Justices Defeat Saints, 19-0 Before 1350 Spectators, Jones, Redford Score Touchdowns John Marshall will be gunning for it« second straight win in City League competition when it meets Benedictine tomorrow night at 8 P. M. at the City Stadium. Roach Injured Captain Zip Zerulik will lead the same eleven against Benedictine that triumphed over Saint Christopher's last week, with the possible exception of quarterback Mel Roach who sustained a leg injury in last week's fracas. The Irish, determined to put an end to their current three-game loosing streak at the expense of the Justices, are expected to counter with their regular starting combination. The mainstay in Father Dan Baran's T powered attack is halfback "Jerry Pugh former Jayem athlete. J3hn Marshall defeated St. Christopher's 19 to 0 last Friday at the City Stadium for its first City League win in as many starts. Held scoreless in the first half, the Justices unveiled...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1949

Page Four Come on, Blue; Come on, White Jayem has its first pep rally Friday, two weeks ago to get up the "good ole game spirit" before the Granby game at Granby, Saturday, a week ago. Buddy Melton, a June graduate, who played fullback on last year's football team, started his first year at the University of Virginia this September. Roselyn Works Roselyn Marr, a graduate of last February, is working at a local seed store as a secretary. Her sister Joyce is a student at John Marshall. Waiting for Best Annual Senior editor for the Marshalhte this year is Barbara Christian from 314. Come on, Barbara, make this the best annual of all. Station WXGI, for the sixth time in two months, awarded Ellwood Austin guest tickets to the movies for solving the crime quiz on a local radio show, Mike Mysteries. Austin, a senior in 212, has become an expert in figuring out the solutions. He hardly ever pays his way into the theater anymore. He just tunes in Mike Mysteries and comes up with* a pair of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 October 1949

Two Filipinos Visit Jayem School May Have Insurance Memorial To Be a Reality Justices To Meet Crabbers Vol. XXI s (21st Year) No. 3 Military Group Has Ceremony For School Legion Gives Flags; Captain Klein Speaks To Cadets at Assembly A variety of speakers attended the assembly programs this week in the John Marshall auditorium, the occasion being the presentation of flags by the American Legion to the school. Captain Patrick L. Klein of the Headquarters Virginia Military District was the speaker at the cadet assembly Tuesday. Wednesday, at the junior-senior assembly, Bill Snead, student association president, introduced Mr. Morgan Strother from the American Legion who in turn introduced Dr. Churchill Gibson. Dr. Gibson spoke on "The -Meaning of The Flag." American Legion Presents Flags The American Legion presented each homeroom with an American flag and the flag of Virginia. Two representatives from each room received these gifts, while a choir of thirty-six voices sang patriotic s...

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