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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 February 1930

PA'"»E SIT Strange Happenings (Continued from Page One) —to give him his just due—brought down the house with a yell that made someone ask him where he got it. Adams Doesn't drink, but he offered to tell for a dollar. It was at this juncture that one of the spectators yelled that Adams was signalling to the team with his shoes, and wanted him to take them off. Adams, not being an obliging person, kept them on. The truth of the matter, was that there were several large hols in his socks—and that ain't no lie. .Then Alex Grossman poked his finger in his opponent's eye, unintentionally of course. The other fellow ran up to the referree and yelled for justice. Said Alex, "I'm sorry." Said the other fellow, "I believe you did it on purpose. The next time you hit me, I'm going to sock you one." The game was resumed, as it is the custom for most games to be, until the end, though there are some in which this old custom is n:t observed. While running after a stray ball, Junie Smith was bloc...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 March 1930

A Subscription or Two Will Pull Us Through VOL. IIL NO. 2. IMPS VICTORIOUS IN CLUB CONTEST FOB SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE TOTAL OF 224 Clubs of John Marshall Contest for Prrzes Offered By Monocle The excitement is over, and through the settling waters one may see a triumphant band of Imps sailing merrily along. Their sails are swelling in the breeze, for they were the first to reach the goal in the Monocle subscription contest. Gn Tuesday the girls from* six different clubs waited expectantly to hear the results of the contest. They had risen early and retired late in their ceaseless efforts to put The Monocle on a firm financial basis. As Mr. Falls rose to make hisk announcement silence fell, but before he could begiii there came a terrific crash, and the pane fell from a window which some workmen wer repairing. When quiet reigned agair Mr. Falls pfoceeded with his little speech. A cheer greeted his firs words, "The Imps won first place having gotten 224 subscriptions. Th< Peps ...

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

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE « Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL \ Richmond, Va. Entered as second-clask matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 8, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. ft % 7 " ' .■ . ..• ; (Newspaper Member! EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR J. F. Gulley, Jr. Managing Editor , Editor-in-Chief ROBERT EHRMAN 4 • GLANCUS GULLEY, JR. EDITORIAL WRITERS Florence Rhea Talley I Robert Ehrman .News Editor Lucille E. Palmer Assistant News Editor Katherine Sergeant Make-Up Editor Mary Ellen Johnson Sports Editor Sam Rudlin Assistant Sports Editor Stella Cooke Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor •• Rosa Ijlegersheimer Feature Writer ...... _ Chaifes Robinson Cadet Editor \ Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette 1 GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Malco...

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

MARSHALL TEAM SMS VIM OVER WM. 10 If Blue and White Takes Lead from Beginning; Speedy Passing too Much for Indians. Playing with the same speed and accuracy which has been prominent in all the games this season, John Marshall staged an overwhelming victory over the Freshmen team of the William and Mary Extension school, Friday, Feb. 28, at 3:45 P. M. in the George Wythe gym. The Marshallites took the lead from the beginning and never was there any doubt as to the outcome of the game. The speedy passing of the Blue and White team was too much for the hard fighting Indians. In the first half John Marshall played a brilliant game. The forwards, Theresa Talley and Charlotte Montgomery, although heavily guarded, succeeded in scoring 13 points while, their opponents were able to make only one field goal and one foul shot, due to the quick work of the Marshallites' guards, Jane Farinholt' and Rebecca Hodges. The half ended 13-3 in faVor of John Marshall. A determined Indian team came on th...

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

PAGE POUR . . . Alumni Notes . . . Abe Jackson, a student of Richmond College .and formerly active in the John Marshall High School Dramatic Club, had the title roll in THE WORM, a three act comedy presented by the Neighborhood Guild of the Council Neighborhood House at the Drama Guild Wednesday and Thursday nights of at 8:15. J. M. Pace, a former CMkrshallite, has bean appointed chief of the city bureau of parks, cemeteries and recreation, succeeding the late Humphrey Calder. Mr. Pace had been assistant chief of the bureau for the past nine years. Miss Virginia Campbell, a recent graduate of John Marshall High -School, sang the leading soprano role, "Little Jumping Joan," in the Freshman Toy Theatre production Friday night at Westhampton college. Powell Harrison, last year's business manager of this paper, now a V. M. L cadet, was a visitor at John Marshall last week. An encburaging letter from Frank McCarthy, first editor of the Monocle, was received in the newspaper office last W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 March 1930

REPRESENTATIVES IN LATH TILT John Marshall's representatives to the Latin contest which will take place on April 26, are Miss Florence Rhea Talley for the fourth , year, Miss Eleanor Whitehead for the third year, Miss Virginia Ingram for ,the second year, and Beverley Britton for the first year. This tournament will take place at William andi Mary College, State Teachers Colleges at Farmville and Fredericksburg, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Emory and Henry, Hamp-den-Sydney, Teachers College at Blacksburg, Randolph-Macon and Uniyersity of Virginia. A medial will be awarded to the winner in each year. All above 90 per cent, will receive honorable mention. A plaque will be given to each winning school. A stfliool having a winning pupil three times will receive a plaque which will be its property. Miss Talley, who represented John Marshall in the third year at the last tournament, was awarded a gold medal. Many Advertisers • Support Annual (Continued from page 1) Emrick Chevrolet Sal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 March 1930

PACE SIT Dear Miss Patricia: These golden days whisper of coming spring, and an even greater sign is the number of couples I see strolling about together. I'm tired of being alone, Miss Patricia. I want someone to stroll with, too. However, I can't seem to find the right girl. She must ibe small and blonde, a graceful dancer, a bridge player and a good listener. She must also be able to cbok a beefsteak to perfection. Furthermore, she must have good references from former sweethearts. How can I find such a girl? Dear "Sei^r-ching": Post a ijotice on the bulletin bodHd. You had better enlist the aid of the cadets so that you may be protected in the ensuing rush. Dear Miss Patricia: We are now in a most serious, terrifying, mysterious predicament. ' In > other words, we are straggling , along enveloped in a deep fog. Nor is it within our power to help our-; selves, and so Miss Patricia having heard often and much of your most amazing abilities in giving advide to those who ...

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

A Subscription or Two Will Pull Us Through VOL. 111. NO. 3. BASKETEERS COP TOURNEY HONORS RIDOIII CARRIES FINAL EIECTI FOR BOY MAI Ridout Holds Office of Mayor for One Hour on Saturday MANY BOYS AND GIRLS HANDLE BUSINESS A climax to the Boy a d Girl Week was reached Wednesday night in a banquet at the Community House when it was a nounced that Robert Hidout was eleJted to the office of Boy Mayor of Richmond. Mr. Ridout a sophomore at John Marshall, was hacked by the Hi-Y club of the Y. M. C. A. Marten A vent, another Marshallite, is managing the campaign with the assistance of Childrey Austin. Others gci vg into office with Mr. Ridout are the following who were ele.ted at the primaries Tuesday, the fourth of March: Junie Smith, Director of Public "Welfare. Martin Avent, Director of Public Utilities. Alexander Rossiter, Director of Public Welfare. Milton Hutchinson, Director of Public Safety. Lewis Marti-, Clerk. These make up the Advisory Board. The Counc'lmen were chosen from the d...

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

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 8, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper ( ))Member) EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR G. F. Gulley, Jr. Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief ROBERT EHRMAN GLAUCUS GULLEY, JR. EDITORIAL WRITERS Florence Rhea Talley Robert Ehrman News Editor Lucille E. Palmer Assistant News Editor Katherine Sergeant Make-Up Editor Mary Ellen Johnson Sports Editor r. Sam Rudlin Assistant Sports Editor Stella Cooke Club Editor ...! Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Malcolm Murrill, Jeanette McConnell, Ann North...

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

ME PRINCIPAL HITS M SPOTS 1 CAREER Has Roaming School Life; Likes English Literature But Teaches Science (Editor's rote: This is the third of a series of articles about school officers.) "I had a roaming schocl c'areer", said Mr. Folkes, principal of Wythe's morning shift, as he looked up from hfs paper. "First I started in Kentucky; then I advanced to Virginia, Petersburg. That's afi place", he raidi smiling. "I recevied my B. A. u.'egree at Columbia University in New York City. At college we were allowed a certain number of cuts, and I caimie in for the full share." "What subject did you like best as college?" "I spent a great deal of time "tudyi fg English literature, and I I ked it very much. I especially liked the literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but it's hard to say what authors I prefer." "What kind of books do you like to read?" "The books that I read now are mostly scientific. You see I did not include mu:9i science in my schoolastic career, now I spen...

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

PAGE POUR Four Richmond Players On All-Tournament Teams All-South Atlantic Prep School All-Tournament Teams FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM Brinkler, Charleston Forward Flanniken, Massanutten Greenberg, John Marshall Forward Weis, Benedictine Purvis, Fork Union Center Donley, Massanutten Holloway, Durham Guard Stewart, John Marshall Downey, McGuire's Guard Johnson, Charleston TWO MARSHAIIITES PLACED ULLTOURNAMENT TEAM Greenburg Represents John Marshall on First Team, Stewart on Second Quint; Downey on McGuire's and Weis of Benedictine Also Awarded Positions. Four basketball players represeting three Richmond high and prep schools, were awarded places on the teams picked to represent the outstanding talent of the Seventh Interscholastic All South Atlantic Tournament sponsored! by Washington and Lee University during March 6, 7, and 8. Two John Marshall, one McGuire's and one Bendictine player are represented on the honorary teams as picked by the officials of the tournament. Gab rial Greenbur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1930

Justice Cagers Enjoy Egg Diet (Continued from Page Four) anchored without taking time out to throw out the gang-plank. Our first stop was the table which was almost overburdiened with our hunger driven mob. Immediately after our arrival the coach walked in with his party, and the worst part of it is he was served first, after arriving last. "Steaks", was the popular cry. Green and Grossman stuck with the bunch and cried steaks, too. Greerburg said he could not eat a steak so he ordered ham sandwiches. After everyone had sufficiently satisfied man's weakest spot, the journey was oontirued without delay. Lexington was reached about 8: 30, and we went straight to the Kalpa Alpha house. I must say at this time that the boys in the K. A. house treated us much hotter than we can expect our ow i brother to treat us. They even gave up their beds and slept on chesterfields for the benefit if the team. We went straight to beifi and slept as well as: we could during the zero hours of the night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1930

PAwE SIT Plaintiffs In Suit Relate Histories (Continued from page 1) an imported!, platinum vanity. Since her appointment she has received ma y requests from newspapers all over the country to manage them, but her loyalty and devotion to the staff cf The Daily Dirt has held her here. The Editor-in-Chief next consented to disclose the following facts about his private life. Mr. Guy Mallonnee, with tears in his eyest, confessed that he was bor-v, had a mother ani father, and a birth certificate. Strange as it may seem, this birth certificate was duly recorded conforming in all points with the law. After making such a confession it was necessary for Mr. Mallonee to pause long enough to compose himself When he had fully regained control of his feeli gs, he consented to answer the reporter's questions. He j said that at the tender age of two it was predicted that he would become a muskian, for each time he was placed upon the floor he began to play upon the linoleum. Before he reached hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

A Subscription or Two Will Pull Us Through VOL. IIL NO. 4. RECORD AWARDED SECOND PUCE 118 PRESS CONTEST Convention Of Association Held Middle Of March High Times Wins First Place In Class C The Record was awarded a second place in the special group for literary publication at Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The convention i of thie association started Thursday, March 13, ani ended Saturday, March 15. Fourteen hundred students of Journalism attended the co vention. There were held several illustratedl lectures, several addresses, and! sectional meetings for them. Student editors from twenty-five states competed for awards. The committee adjudged more tha-„ 700 high school publications. The Record won third place in the same co test last year, besides winning second place in the state and! in the South. "High Times", a publication of E. C. Glass High School of Lynchburg, won first place iia Class C of the Senior high school group for newspapers. In class D of the same group, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. at Kichmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 3, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. tr v (Newspaper IVlfe' r ] Member) miioogy EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR G. F. Gulley, Jr. Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief ROBERT EHRMAN GLAUCUS GULLEY, JR. EDITORIAL WRITERS • •" Florence Rhea Talley Robert Ehrman News Editor Lucile E. Palmer Assistant News Editor Katherine Sergeant Make-Up Editor r. Mary Ellen Johnson Sports Editor Sam Rudlin Assistant Sports Editor Stella Cooke Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor ;. Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Malcolm Murrill, Jeanette McConnell, Ann Northington...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

Afternoon Principal Reveals Interesting Points In Life Became Teacher Because She Likes To Study; Has B. A. From Looking over papers with a deep, business-like attitude was the position in which Miss Louise Weisiger, Wythe's afternoon principal and the head of John Marshall's Latin department, was found. Her office is a quiet room looking out on Marshall Street, and is made sweet by the perfume from a vase of flowers which she herself raised. In answering the question, where she received her education, Miss Weisiiger replied, "I was taught at home by mother and I had a good time. On the id!ays that it snowed we had no school, and I went out and played in the si .©w as much as I wanted to. I was the youngest child with a lot of older brothers and sisters who spoiled me, so I usually had my way about things. She laughed softly as she drummed on the desk with a pencil. "Then I clame to John Marshall," she wer.it on, "and one of my Latin teachers still teaches here. I took no part in at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

*+&&: gqgft:; Trackm«o Practicing; Stilt Time Ta Biter afternoon at Richmond's new gtadicmubut these are not enough, boys* Coach Ewing wants, to stress *ha_faet that.it is_nat. toa late to. start now, although the other candidates wttl have had three weeks of experience ahead of them. Any exercise wUl.heip to build. pp your, body, for year's teaj» will .be this season's stjuajL. If; you. do pqt pake the team, you Will haw made a good start for cqroing, track seasons where you m#jr, school or college candidate; |fe wfco comes out and stays out shows his school spirit and thpt/ is. what we treed. Everyone has the same chance, for no. cawEdate will be announced until the day before the meet. In some meets* the Blue and White team may enter as many boys as it wishes while to the others it will be limited. There is a good place for several boys who have a fair speed! and lergtby legs wtyo will try for the huddles. Milers and half-milers, are not reporting, as many...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

It May Seem Straftge But. . . By XINSLEX, JR. Waddy Stewart declares that he has lost his silver basketball; I wonder if Sarah can help him in his search. I wonder? When trying to explain the meaning of vacuum to his class, Mr. Beverly said that he didn't k ow how to say it but he had it in his head. Well, an honest confession is good for he soul. (Page Miss Sydnor either one, it doesn't matter.) Lo and beh6ld if the boys didn't have all the tables they had coming to them last Wednesday, Well, men,you see that you can get what you try t0....0f you try hard enough. Bobby Crenshaw has a very bad habit of throwing pillows at electric lights when they bother him. They are right an .oying, eh, Bobby? We have quite an artist in our midst, even though he does keep it quiet. Ask Stew Woodson hqw he can impersonate a movie actor "singing in the bathtub". The high school boys seem right hot for a certai", girls' school out near Westhampton. That is to say, some of our well known seniors are r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1930

PACE SIT ... Cadet .. . OFFICERS SHOW CONDUCT It was stated last week by Captain James C. Anthony that the cadet officers both commissioned and noncommissioned had a high rating in conduct. Out of 104 cadets holding rank in the cadet corps, only three have more than three school demerits Captain Aithony stated that this was an outstanding record for the ranking cadlets. CADETS ATTEND NATIONAL Through the courtesy of Lenon Stepa■ ian, former cadet adjutant, the cadets were extended) an invitation to attend the 3 o'clock performance of the National Theatre on Friday, March 14. Most of the cadets accepted the invitatioi .< and enjoyed the show very much. "Thanks" to Mr. Stepanian and the National Theatre. TENT PITCHING IN HOWITZERS Major Roland B. Liggon has consented for the cadets to use the Howitzers ridii .g hall for tent pitching. This hall is very large and offers plenty of ventilation for the cadets. The floor is very suitable for tent pitching as the earth is hard an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

A Subscription or Two Will Pull Us Through VOL 111. NO. 5. POPULAR TEACHER CONTEST ATTRACTS CLUB CANDIDATES University of Richmond Student Sponsor of Trip To Niagara Three teachers have entered the Monocle contest for the most popular tea. her. Miss Mildred Kline, French teacher, was put up as candidate by the prominent "Duckie" club, cf which she has bee- sponsor since last September. This club has participated in various school activities and won second place in the advertising contest. The "Idmas" have entered the race by annou cing their sponsor, Mr. Galvin, the ever-smiling chemistry and physics teacher, as the popular teacher. Last but not least, Mr. Beverly (stop me if you've heard this one) English teacher, has bee placed on the platform by the "Alpha Phi" club, which has recently organized with Mr. Beverly as sponsor. Many cf the home rooms have organized and are working for subscriptions plus votes for their favorite teachers. As it was announced last week, the teacher rec...

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