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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1951

Page Two We Shall Remember About this time of the year, seniors get that look in their eye. It's a kind of wistful, longing look, in which are reflected all the many wonderful days spent in dear old John Marshall. The graduate look is just as common as the age-old art of breathing and just as inevitable. The senior who glides past you in the hall without turning his head is probably recalling that first day when he stood trembling just outside the huge gray school building and wondered, "Will I ever really belong?" Those first days spent at John Marshall were, to the newcomer, strange and different, and perhaps he didn't feel he really belonged; but it didn't take long to find his place in the heart of the grand old school. It was then that he became a part of the school. Or did the school become a part of him? He looked forward to meeting his friends each day and sharing with them the rush of exams, the excitement of an oncoming dance, or the thrill of winning a game. Then one day ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1951

t January 18, 1950 I Justices Win One, Lose One John Marshall captured its first win of the 'sl season as the team pounced upon a hapless Glen Allen five, 37 to 22, Wednesday before last at the Gray's Armory. Never behind, except a few seconds at the beginning of the game, the Justices built up a 17 to 9 lead at halftime with Johnny Quick and Mel Roach paving the way. Quick hit for 11 points and Roach for 10. Consistent fouling marred the c#ntest as most of the Panther scoring centered around their foul shots. The Justices showed lack of ability to connect from the floor also, and the rebound play of Joe Holland and Roach were the main factors. John Marshall failed to stop a Petersburg rally as the Wave eked out a 44 to 42 win at Petersburg Friday before last. Jayem, captained by Mel Roach, was leading through most of the game by six points. The Justices looked good even in defeat, though two of the starting five fouled out. Johnny Quick proved himself capable of holding down a forw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1951

Page Four As It Seems SS To The jF Keydets By BEVERLY McGRUDER Saturday before last basketball season started as six companies met on the Grays' Armory floor. The seventh company, Company F, furnished the officials for the three games. Company E registered the highest score as they swamped Company D 33 to 4. Company A entered the win column with a 24 to 21 victory over the Band. The longest game was a seven-minute over-time contest between Company B and Company C. The "Mighty Mites" proved to have the greater endurance as they outlasted the B Company quintet 27 to 25. The semi-annual competitive drill last Friday night at the armory was a huge success, according to many of the interested spectators. Congratulations to you, Company C, on your well-earned victory! Congratulations also to each other company for fine displays of both close order drill and good sportsmanship! All the senior cadets attended the parties afterward in a "gosh, I'm glad it's over" frame of mind, and winners a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1951

Garrett Leads Cadets J. M. Cadets Organize Assemblies Have Review Dr. Dixon Attends Meeting Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 8 i ■M* ip W #• n Wl,\ x m HULA SB HHI HL h KiL 9 Bg®s£ x> HBk MB |||L - « Hl I i 18 ink 1 K I V \ is Mary Ellen Woodard receives her diploma from Dr. Fred B. Dixon 170 Receive Diplomas In February Ceremony As an overflowing crowd looked on with beaming faces, 170 graduates walked across the stage of the John Marshall auditorium January 29 and received their diplomas. The verse-speaking choir, with solos by Barbara Allen, Roena Williams, and Marion Owen, gave "Knowledge—Gift of the Ages" by Keith Cardwell. Miss Thelma Keene presented the class, Major Brock called the names, and Dr. Fred B. Dixon gave out the diplomas. No awards or scholarships were announced, as is the custom. They will be announced at the June graduation. The Reverend Clyde V. Hickerson preached the sermon "Don't be Afraid" at the baccalaureate service :• / —Richmond News Leader CHATTING ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1951

Page Two Remember the Golden Rule The following quotation is from a letter written by a former Marshallite now in the 11th Airborne: "Now that the country needs protection, everyone has looked a little differently towards the Armed Forces. Before Korea exploded, the Army was looked upon as a large scale 'Bums Refuge'. It was the same way in December '4l, but when someone tries to wipe his feet on 'ole Glory things change. People begin to realize that G. I.'s are human beings after all." This brings to mind Rudyard Kipling's famous poem "Tommy": "It's Tommy this an' Tommy that, an' Tommy get behind! But it's Thank you Mr. Adkins, When there's trouble in the wind. It's Tommy this an' Tommy that, an' Chuck 'im out, the brute, But it's 'Savior of 'is country,' when The guns begin to shoot." A few weeks ago on a Saturday night, 1000 soldiers walked the streets of Richmond from sunset to dawn because there were no sleeping accomodations. Many of these soldiers undoubtedly thought Southern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1951

March 15, 195 1 Blue 9 Whites Improve Strong J. M. Get Three Wins From Maury Five, Petersburg, and Cadets; Drops One to Hopewell John Marshall's Justices put together a final fourth period rally and defeated Petersburg's Crimson Wave Wednesday night a week ago by a convincing 53 to 40 margin. Led by the sharpshooting of Co-cap-tain Mel Roach and the rebound work of Bucky Luck, the Justices were able to overcome a half time score of 24 to 23 and to avenge an early season 44 to 42 loss to the Wave. The Justices indicated what was to come in the final period of play when they staged a fast attack in the closing three minutes of the third period and surged to a 35 to 32 lead at the quarter's end. This Wad was enough to set the Justices on fire, and they never lagged during the rest of the game. Mel Roach was high point man for the Justices with 16, followed by Vance Long and Buck Luck with 10 each. Jayem Lashes Maury With a fourth quarter surge led by Gene Luck, Mel Roach, and Ray Pond,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1951

Page Four Hp %JB!bBELv .-.'.Vt'.'.s*.'.*. y.y n odib{)M||Mßopfißffi Jooooi>S>ftsffißßpgßßßW^B^B^^MßßlH^^Bßsßax>^*- , '*fr^rti>f-<oo^&'-, JBpßfflßipi wm%, mm! w| B • l ' '' ! 1M —Richmond News Leader NEW STAFF MEMBERS ON THE MONOCLE—Sitting (left to right) Nancy Cobb, Mary Han«non, Edna Long; standing (left to right) Keaton Harrcll, Eugene Bowles. 208 Make Honor Roll Continued from page 1 10L12—Shirley Ellinger, Alvin Samuels, Betty Vaughan; 10L13—Edith Davis, 10L14 —Paul Lindsey; 10L15 Herbert Richwine; 10L16 lra Hancock, Bettie Ann Hazelhurst, Peggy Toon, Stu«rt Wilkinson; 10L17— Elsie Mae Dunivan, Bobbie Ray Johnson. Dillard, Christian Freshmen were 9H1 —James Dodl; 9H2—Ralph Dillard; 9H3—Betty Lou Whitlow; 9H4—Sarah Lee Adkins, Arthur Christian, Mildred Shearin, Johanna Lea Smith, Barbara Wright; 9H5 Bernard Carlton; 9H6 Alan Getz, Susie Lipscomb; 9H7 —Jacqueline Bittle, Carlyle Brown, Norma Mae Cole, Lloyd Lahmon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1951

Key Club Plans Convention 'Monocle' Has Birthday Key Club Honors Fathers Cadet Alumni To Meet Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 8 J. M. Cadets Present Assembly Program Corps Pays Tribute To George Washington; Students View Film Honoring the two hundred nineteenth birthday of George Washington, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets took charge of the assembly programs this week. First Captain Herbert L. Garrett gave a brief biographical sketch of the life of the man who was "First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen." After reviewing Washington's life from his birth in Westmoreland County, Virginia, February 22, 1732, to his election as the first president of the United States, Herbert stated that the major reasons for Washington's success lay in his perseverance during his youth. Washington Used Opportunities "Washington had not the opportunities when attending school that we have today," Herbert added, "but because he took advantage of what he had and stuck to his wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1951

Page Two Which Are You? That great Chinese philosopher, Confushus, once said, "The inferior man always blames the other man; the superior man ever blames himself." There is a lot of truth in that statement. When you get your report card, do you say, "That old teacher would fail Einstein," instead of blaming yourself for not working as hard as you should work. When you get demerits for misbehaving, do you tell your parents a long tale about how mean those horrible old teachers are, or do you confess your misdemeanor? When you get into an argument, or go about fussing, is the other guy always wrong? If you do this, you are one of the inferior type. This world would be a much better place in which to live if more persons blamed themselves and not the rest of the world in general for their mistakes. This world needs many more superior persons than it now has. Marshallites, you can begin now to be superior, instead of inferior, by blaming yourself for bad grades and other faults. Better ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1951

March i, 1951 Jay em Girls Sure of Tie or First Place in Prep Race J. M. Wins By 41 to 36 The Justices, on the first leg of their Tidewater trip, defeated Granby, 41 to 36, at the Norfolk City Auditorium. In playing one of its best games, Jayem never was behind in the contest, which 600 persons saw. Mel Roach and Bucky Luck, Justice forwards, led the team with 13 markers each. The victory brought the season's mark for the Justices to 6 wins and 8 defeats, with two games to Commodores Beat Jayem, 44 to 37 It was a gala night for the Maury High School cagers, as the Commodores came through with a stunning upset at the city auditorium in Norfolk. Joe Hoffman's Commodores, continuing to play real basketball, whipped the Justices of John Marshall, 44 to 37. Catching the Justices off form, the Commodores had to battle every step of the way. St. Christopher's Wins Relying entirely on the play of 6 foot 7 inch Clayton Coates, an undefeated St. Christopher's squad dumped a persistent John Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1951

Page Four Wi',%' ■, ' i&'£' 1111111 \ ■• S llfflllliii Jff ■ Mjß hb »<| % i : i miiLjMm wa H A ■ $k HM jffip & § - j '"jHik !£■ wPH^^H Nm2M ■jj»y vv v TH^RI, Bjjjll TljjjMjMlll: -. M m. BPP?1 v Marshallites Have Fun In Many Ways SPLNING RECORDS— Left to right Buddy Scott, Mary Lou Davis, and Stafford White. Enjoying refreshments and chatting are left to right—Edna Long, Eugene Bowles, and June Owens. Center—Mary V. Powers and Harry Slaughter. Richmond News Leader Girls Plan Election Voting for May Day Queen will be one feature of the assembly program by the Girls' Athletic Association next Wednesday and Thursday in the John Marshall auditorium. Four senior class girls nominees for the honor will be announced later. The girl receiving the most votes will be queen; the one coming in second will be her maid of honor. Making up the court will be the two remaining senior nominees, and two girls from each the Bookkeeping Enjoys Outdoor Sport Mr. John S. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1951

Sponsors' Day at J. M. Boys Vote on Draft Choo Choo Visits Mel John Latouche Talks Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 10 J. M. Corps To Honor Sponsors Ceremony To Occur On Drill Field At 2:00 P.M. Tomorrow Renewing their pledge to honor and protect womanhood, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets will present their semi-annual Sponsors' Day ceremony tomorrow. With bright colors flying, the corps will move onto the parade ground at 2:00 P.M. The corps always looks forward to this day and prepares for it weeks ahead of time. Being sponsor is a great honor to any girl chosen to wear the colors of a unit. Barbara Allen, Regimental Sponsor The unit commanders and sponsors are as follows: Herbert L. Garrett, regimental commander, Barbara Allen, sponsor; Band—Vaughan Dunnavant, company commander, Charlotte Whitlock, sponsor; Company A—Eugene Conway, company commander, Elizabeth Cheatham, sponsor; Company B —Charles Bowden, company commander, Connie Deane, sponsor; Company C —George Hach, company comman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1951

Page Two What Is Easter to You? Just what is the meaning of Easter? Does it mean a new spring outfit, or is it a vacation? These are the thoughts most of us have about Easter; but it means much more than that to those who stop to think about it. With Easter comes new hope, hope that the nations of the world can live together in peace. To carry out this hope, the people of the world need to learn to be friendly with each other, far and near. What does Easter mean to these neighbors? To most of them, who have not the privileges of those of us who live in a country where there is freedom from tyranny and aggression, it is just one more part of their struggle for the kind of life they desire. Well, you wonder, what can you do about it? When you are in church Easter Sunday, and other times, too, why not pray for those who are not as fortunate as you? That certainly isn't much to ask of a young person today, especially when we are facing a critical situation in Korea. Remember, Marshallit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1951

March 15, 1951 Marian Minor, Anna Mae Jordan Make All-Prep T earn One Places On Reserve All-Tournament Team Beats Reserves, 15-13, In Exhibition Game John Marshall's Marian Minor and Anna Mae Jordan made the All-Prep team, while Carol Hayden placed on the Reserves in the annual basketball tournament played at Hopewell a week ago last Saturday. Each year the tournament takes place at the end of the season for the purpose of selecting the best players in the league. Miss Mary Jane Miller, Westhampton College junior varsity basketball coach, and Miss Frances Chapman, RPI coach, were the selection committee. All-Preps Win In the exhibition game, which ended the day's play, the All-Prep team beat the Reserves, 15 to 13. "Watching Marian Minor work with girls with whom she had never played before, no one could deny that she deserved the honor of making the first team, for she continued her fine interceptions and excellent teamwork," said a spectator. Teejay's Ann Terrell scored 7 points f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1951

Page Four Mrs.MarioLanzaßeveals Life of Famous Representatives from six local high school newspapers met with Mrs. Mario Lanza and Sam Weiler, Mr. Lanza's personal manager, for a press interview at a Richmond hotel two weeks ago Thursday. Mrs. Lanza introduced Mr. Weiler as "Mario's other wife." Although Mr. Lanza was nineteen before he knew he could sing, he had almost worshipped Caruso and collected his records since he was a small boy. When Mario thought he was at home alone, he would sing along with Caruso's records. His father overheard him one morning and his own son's voice astonished him; for was the wish of every Italian that his son be a singer. Mario started taking voice lessons and then was on the way up the ladder to success. Meets His Doom While he was in the Army he met his wife, Betty, through her brother. Red Cross Asks Aid Juniors Aid Seniors And Sponsor Nursing; School Fills Sea Chests Representing John Marshall, June Adams gave a spot announcement to aid in the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1951

Jayem Wins Two Games Marshallites Take Trips 171 Make Honor Roll P. T. S. A. To Meet Vol. XXII (22nd Year) No. 11 Dodl Leads Campaign For Beauty Student Association Sponsors Clean-up Week To Cooperate With City During Beautify Richmond Week, April 10 through 17, the John Marshall Student Association will sponsor a Clean-up Week at the school, with Jimmy Dodl as chairman of the campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to make the students more conscientious about keeping the building and grounds clean. Miss Carter, Sponsor Jimmy Dodl and his committee are working with the Health and Safety Commission sponsored by Miss Rosalind Carter. Edna Long, June Parrish, Bobbie Allen, Norma Howard, Skippy Butler, Frances Crouch, and Connie Dean are working on the committee. There will be special posters and boards in both buildings during the week. One of the suggestions that has come before the committee is that a different discussion take place in the homerooms each day during the campaign on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1951

Page Two Lest We Forget Sixteen Marshallites lost their lives in the first world war. 149 gave their lives for the United States of America in the second world war. Some have already died in the Korean war. These boys didn't die as heroically as Nathan Hale died. Just before being hanged he said, "My only regret is that I have but one life to give for my country." But every one of these boys gave his only life for his country! Probably none died so gallantly as Colin Kelly, who deliberately crashed his plane into a Japanese warship to sink it. But they all died gallantly and just as bravely! As long as there has been a United States of America, men have been dying all over the world to preserve what America stands for. On the burning desert of North Africa, on the muddy, slimy mountains of Italy, among the hedgerows- of France, in the steaming jungles of the Solomons, Guadalcanal, and the Philippines, on the bare mountains of Iwo Jima, in the mud of Korean rice paddies, from the fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1951

A P ril 5' 1951 John Marshall Takes Victories over Wave and Jeffs Big Blues Whip Reds Barbee Stars as J. M. Romps to Victory Over Fighting T. J. Smashing a 2 to 2 deadlock in the sixth inning, John Marshall's sparkling Justices snapped up a well fought 5 to 2 victory from a scrappy Thomas Jefferson outfit at Shawen Field last Friday. Both squads looked well oiled and hustled constantly, as Stuart Woolcott and Brown Oliver chunked leather notably. Both teams got a fast pickup as each added two tallies to the scoreboard in the first frame. Jayem's Bucky Luck and Marion Martin crossed the plate, but Pitcher Oliver slapped out a double to send two Red and White runners dancing across the slab. After the bumpy first frame both hurlers settled down to scoreless ball until the sixth, when a lone tally blasted Teejay's hopes. A single by Allen Barbee, a sacrifice, and a Harold Chapman double proved Oliver's downfall. The seventh was just added misery, as Martin garnered a single and Luck tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1951

Page Four Retailing Is Helpful (Continued from Page 1) Merchants, says, "After graduation, I might go to college if I get some money." Buddy's special hobby is golf. "Working like a dog is my hobby," remarked Jimmy Hughes, who now has a job at a television place. Three Receive Honor In Red Cross Course Three John Marshall girls have received certificates for the completion of the Red Cross course in nursing. The Red Cross is offering the voluntary twelve-hour course for the purpose of teaching how to recognize certain communicable diseases and how to care for the sick at home. Registered nurses also volunteer to instruct these classes according to the various age groups. Miss Nell Johnson, a graduate of Johnston-Willis Hospital, taught the teen-age group the proper way to wash hands and to feed the patient in bed, as well as what to wear while in the sick room. "You would be surprised how many persons actually don't know how to wash their hands correctly," remarked one of the girls....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1951

Rooms Get New Look Class Honors Jefferson Students Enter UN Test Band Wins High Rating Vol. XXII (22nd Year) No. 12 John Marshall Students To Elect Association Officers Oratorical Finalists Vie at J. M. Jeanne Dickinson, Roanoke Senior Wins S4OOO Scholarship Jeanne Mann Dickinson, a sixteen-year-old senior from Jefferson High School, Roanoke, Virginia, won the national finals of the fourteenth annual American Legion Oratorical Contest last Monday. Several hundred Marshallites listened to the contest in the school auditorium. Jeanne won out over three excellent orators from three other sections of the country—Ronald Hengen of Richmond Hills, Long Island, New York; Francis McDermott of Omaha, Nebraska; and Ralph Petersburger of Davenport, lowa. Her first place award was a S4OOO scholarship to the college of her choice. Other prizes were as follows: second place, $2500; third place, $1000; and fourth place, SSOO. Orators Tour City The local American Legion committee arranged a busy wee...

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