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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1951

Page Two So You're an American! While the world is in a turmoil and men lose their lives daily in a mudhole named Korea, let's not forget one of our many reasons for being over there now. Besides trying to plug the tide of communism, we're fighting for another important obbjective—equality. Now you're probably saying that you've heard this line before, but if you didn't get it through your head the last time, listen again! Listen and see if you hear someone say in the course of a conversation or discussion "That stupid kike," or "He's just a wop," or maybe, "It's those chigs who're always starting trouble." So what, you say? Sure, you've heard them and probably ' say them. You're an American and they're just foreigners. They don't befong over here. Well, do you? I thought the Indian was the only natural American. Oh, now you say the United States didn't exist then. So, that's what makes the difference !„ All right then, what is an American? Wait, I'll tell you. My dictionary says, "...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1951

April 19, 195 1 Slugging Justices Overpower Jefferson 6-5 and 17-1 J. M. Wins From T. J. Jeffs Twice Victims Of Powerful Justices; Big Bats Lead Way John Marshall won its third straight Central District contest by defeating Thomas Jefferson, 6 to 5, in a nip and tuck affair at Hotchkiss Field three Wednesdays ago and last Friday won with the score of 17 to 1. The two squads hit opposing hurlers, Vance Long and Teejay's Spafford Timberlake, quite freely in the first game. The Jeffs got their five runs on eleven hits, while the Justices picked up fifteen safeties from Timberlake's offerings. Long, however, proved the more effective in the clutch, as Jayem won a one-run decision. Sheppard Leads Jayem third sacker, Buster Sheppard, led the Justices' slugging with two booming triples to left-center and a single. Marion Martin and D. J. Mangum also collected three safeties each. Center fielder A 1 Hampton of Teejay contributed three bingles to the Jeffs' cause. Unlike the first game, when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1951

Page Four Mr. Arnold Discusses (Continued from Page 1) bookkeeping required," he added. The bookkeeping room is equipped with modern adding machines, charts, projectors, and all other equipment necessary to do the work properly. Can Pass Test After the students complete the twoyear course, the National Office Management Association gives the Noma bookkeeping examinations. During the past two years thirty-four students have taken this examination and all passed with honors. It is the policy of the bookkeeping department to help place students in good business organizations. Today such businesses include various banks of the city, First Mortgage Corporation, Southern States Corporation, Insurance organizations, and other firms. "Without hesitating, I recommend bookkeeping to be one of the most useful fields that any student can enter if he is expecting steady employment. Besides this he is thus better qualified to serve mankind in all walks of life,' concluded the enthusiastic bookkee...

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

Annual Gets Trophy Students See Play Class Studies Cancer Pupils Enter Contest Vol. XXII (22nd Year) No. 13 L I SSIS®?: ■■■■■ 4 .£ \ > « * V li| Bb : : , i 'i 1 I 9 Hr Mffimfflm * n| i . iWBIM *,. t 1 vHsall M*M- & Left to right: Billy Clarke, June Hatley, Ann Auckerman and Jimmy Vaughan—four of those who were accepted into Quill and Scroll recently. Makes 935 Out of 1000 Monocle Remains Medalist Newspaper In United States When the Monocle received the medalist rating from Columbia Scholastic Press Association a week ago yesterday, this indicated that the newspaper ranks at the top among first place papers in the United States. "In editorship and over-all balance, your paper ranks with the best in high school journalism and you have a right to feel deep pride in your efforts," said the judges of the contest. Receives High Score The paper receiver a score of 935 out of a possible 1,000, a score 85 points higher than the lowest first place score. In content and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1951

Page Two Do You Vote? It's Your Privilege Recently, all Marshallites had the opportunity to elect the officers of the student association and the members of the executive committee. Although many students thought this was a trivial nuisance with no great importance attached to it, they would have been the first to let out painful, pleading howls of protest if the selection had been left up to the faculty. Maybe teen-agers aren't as childish in their ways of thinking as most adults think them to be, for this sounds very much like the average adult of America today. More than likely the first ones to yell "Impeach the traitor" when Truman removed Mac Arthur from his position of commander of forces in the Pacific, were the ones too busy or the ones with something more important to do on election day. "Couldn't miss my game of golf or the sewing club, you know." But what could be more important than voting for the man who would be in charge of our goverment? The future of all Marshallit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1951

May 3> *95 l Jayem Wilis Nine Games Before Devils Halt Win Streak J. M. Wins From Irish Jayem Beats Cadets Twice; Long and Woolcott Pitch Victories for Team John Marshall's undefeated Justices took victorious numbers 7 and 8 from the Irish of Benedictine on two successive days, last Friday and Saturday two weeks ago, by margins of 8 to 1 and 14 to 2. In the first game Stuart Woolcott set the Cadets down on five hits to gain credit for his second win of the season, as he led the Blue and Whites to their seventh consecutive victory of the season. , Alexander in Form Jimmy Alexander was in rare form, too, and held the heavy hitting Jayem nine well in* check, as Bucky Luck was the only Marshallite able to garner more than one hit, getting two hits and driving home two runs. Alexander issued only four free tickets and fanned six, but the Justices piled up their margin of victory while the Irish were committing nine costly errors. John Marshall tallied two runs in the fifth and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1951

Page Four Y-Teens Make Visit To Valentine Museum The Y-Teens made a trip to the Valentine Museum and included a tour of the Wickham House during their last meeting. All the visitors agreed that the living room was the most impressive room in the house because it was furnished in the style of the time of Queen Victoria and had a portrait of the Queen, which was as high as the wall. The group then made an inspection of the basement where they found many tools and cooking utensils used during the nineteenth century. The visit came to an end in the beautiful garden filled with lovely trees and flowers set off by a quaint fountain. The election of officers made up the last Hi-Y meeting. The group named Joe Gagne president and Ben Turner vice president. They elected Maurice Landers secretary and Bob Hughes treasurer. David Fridly will serve as chaplain and Richard Bawsell as sergeant-at-arms. These offices will go into effect at once and continue next term. The Hi-Y Club and Y-Teens will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1951

Students Win Contest Roach Chooses College Key Club Names Slate Team Remains on Top Vol. XXII—No. 14 New Slate For Club Next Year Thomas Starke, President; Martin Harris Assists; Committees Appointed The John Marshall Key Club has elected its new slate of officers for next term with Tommy Starke, a popular junior, the new club leader. He has taken a very active part in club work since becoming a member. He also holds the unofficial club record with "Sally" Crews for having attended the Kiwanis meetings the most times. Harris, Vice President Taking over as vice president is Martin Harris, a junior and district committee coordinator. Other officers include Jimmy Vaughan, treasurer; Phil Flournoy, a ecretary; and Alan Getz, corresponding secretary. The following boys are to be the new committee chairmen. Bill Odom will head the program committee, while Jimmy Dodl takes over the very tough vocational job. This group plans the numerous talks on vocations. Heading other committees are Bob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1951

Pagd Two P.T.S.A. Offers Much What does the P.T.S.A. mean to you? Is it just another one of those old organizations at school or is it the chance for parents, teachers, and students to get together and discuss the problems which confront each individual student? The Parent-Teacher-Student-Association gives parents and teachers the opportunity to meet each other and to talk over the student's strong and weak points which do not appear on the report card. In this way they may find a way to correct the deficiencies or to stimulate the good work of the student. Many students here at school wonder what the S. in P.T.S.A. stands for. It seems that the teachers and parents could talk together without the student being present. But this is a democratic organization in which everyone involved is invited to have a voice in its discussions. Each student 1 . should attend every meeting in order to see what is going on and to suggest any change he would like to see in the school. Another purpose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1951

May 17, 1951 Jaymen Juggernaut Rolls on with Five More Victories J. M. Tops City Foes Justice Batters Extend Heavy Hitting Streak As Jeffs, Cadets Fall At the expense of Benedictine, Jayem chalked up its thirteenth and fourteenth victories of the season, by scores of 16 to 4, and 9 to 5. Bob "Fruit" Johnson went the route in the opener, which went the full nine frames, and picked up his third victory. Allen Barbee, Marion Martin, and Bucky Luck spanked round-trip-pers for the Big Blue. Martin had five hits in six trips; Luck, six for seven; and Barbee, three for six. Goode, Good "Mouse" Strauss and Sonny Alexander toiled for the Irish, with Strauss getting the setback. Stiecy Goode was the main Cadet threat with two hits, including a booming triple. In the nightcap of seven innings, Billy Matthews started and Vance Long relieved him in the third stanza. The win went to Long, his eighth. Martin was the only Justice sitckman to collect two safeties in this contest, but the other batte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1951

Page Four Ik ■BfeteJS • —Richmond News Leader Baby Sitting Is Useful To Many Marshallites Many Marshallites have turned to baby sitting as a way to increase their resources as well as to be of help to others, and here Shirley Archer learps something about it. In great demand, babysitters must remember that they are asked not only to be in the home, but to be dependable and capable of meeting any situation. A pleasing personality and the ability to understand childish pranks are essential qualifications. Often an interview is necessary before the time of employment. During • FLOWERS JULIAN P. TODD No Flowers Are Fresher Than Ours HI GRADS! You're ridin' high—world by the tail. Go on to college if you can, but if you want to get a quick start in business, with an interesting, well-paid office job in a field that's always in demand, we suggest the Comptometer School. Here, after 10 to 12 short weeks training, you'll be qualified to accept interesting positions. Write or phone for full ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

J. M. Ends Baseball Season Miss Wilson To Marry Former Captain Makes All A's Clubs Name Coming Officers Vol. XXII (22nd Year) No. 15 Get Awards In Special Assembly Nine 'States' Winners, Nine Alternates; Many Other Honors To recognize those who served John Marshall best in their various fields, the faculty presented the annual Honors Assembly a week ago last Wednesday and Thursday. At this time members of the faculty and the student body presented the publication, athletic, language, science, and literary awards. Announces Winners Mr. Oscar H. Parrish announced the winners of the elections held in the 11H homerooms for the selection of the students who will attend Boys' State and Girls' State this summer. From the nomination made by the teachers, the juniors chose six principals and six alternates to go to Boys' State. They were Tommy Starke, Jesse Morgan, Eugene Luck, Vaughan Dunnavant, Eugene Bowles, Billy Clarke, principals, and Billy Mathews, Fred Mallory, James Vaughan, Bruce C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

Page Two What Youth Is Really Like "Whither goest thou! You do not know. I am sure I do not, and I doubt if the prophets and wise men of our civilization do. But one thing we do know is that you are entering the most complex civilization and even the#most dangerous civilization that any graduation class has ever entered up to this year." You have just read part of a commencement address given by the Reverend Raymond B. Fosdick to the graduating class of Harvard, in the year 1822! Yet, it could easily be used today. We are entering a complex civilization. But we must not falter. We are not the first class to enter a world filled with chaos, but we should strive to make us the last graduating class that has to enter a world filled with war and trouble. The following is a part of a letter from a U. S. naval flier, missing since the Battle of Midway, written to a friencf at home: "Many of my friends are now dead. To a man, each died with a nonchalance that each would have denied was cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

Ma y 3 1 * i 95 l Marshallites Look Back "4s sBSSSPs. J§sst: : ->L 'x 11111 1111111 •'■ : > Hi -"v : :> ■■ H -..v. M -3# ipg' I•• I'} ■ IbpP^V JH «r «||JhM Crusade for Freedom. Left to right: Jimmy Vaughan, Harold Dixon, Patty Dingley, and Mary Lou Davis. I|ll IV Bilfc 9 Dr. Dixon presents a diploma to a Febrtiary graduate ■P ; ' : ' : ' : ' :,:,:,^#: ' I i l 111 WIMP Jf '• ■ •••■ s&& |H — '-■vC.-- „.~~^:;:i„: Left to right: Priscilla Golden, Willa Siegal, and Barbara Hancock are helping to prepare folders on cerebral palsy to be sent all over the state. Miss Maiy Junkin, head of occupational therapy at Medical College, invited them to help with the work. Barbara is studying therapy. Corps Has Christmas Ball I mmk m / ■ BP sh . vx . mb> . . vHn^HHSOBMBSSraMHa^H igS |B| 11 Left to right: Jones Roach, Delores Lewis, Bobbie Allen, and Buddy Garret lead the Cadet Hop last term. Richmond News Leader H. O. Model Trains MO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

Page Four Extra !!! Read All About It! Monocle Reviews the Year BmIIBk m H w* mi, A *** Sill 'S" WL imKm m £;i %%. -jf Bk. ?**?. - Wh. 11 ffl t WMw ■B. Ttt .MpyjjjPnM fIH |B| fl| H| «■■■ : •• : -:S:«t T - J—4 a B \ B fl 9fp Hr , jfk m mr > m b Who dropped a penny? Betty Whitlow, Connie Dean, Jo Ann Brown, Elizabeth Cheatham, Ada Starke and Mary Lou Davis think someone did, as Bobbie Allen and Charlotte Whitlow give help from the rear. All are Cadet Corps sponsors. *'* j 1-j- <!«<& • - | mmi || Left to right: Brooks Traweek, Boßfcie Allen, Jimmy Brown, and Vaden Walke. Jimmy Brown, leader of the Club Sixteen band is receiving a going away present, as he was drafted. mm mam iiIHBI Wm^ : „Jmr- i™ &- jpT w/ - &fipY ■ iW 'M *M-: R: ■! m <*& * Isil \flH |JJH|P%' I w ~f j|gH|^ Mel Roach pours the "refreshments" as Nancy Jarrett, Sidney Dixpn, and Bobbie Allen look on with thirst at the Quill and Scr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

May 31, 1951 Jayem Ends Year with Vivid and Fond Recollections Roach, Luck Long, Star The 'boys who wear the blue and white of John Marshall experienced a good football campaign last fall, while their baseball squad was probably the best in the State this spring. Mel Roach, Ray Pond, and com- pany improved their previous year's basketball showing, but the defending State cahmpions in track fell short of last season's glory. FOOTBALL: After winning their first four games, the Justices went on to compile a seasonal record of seven wins against three losses. Mel Roach, Allen Barbee, Marion Parrish, and Bernard Spencer, All-City selections, led Jayem to its fourth consecutive city crown with victories over Benedictine, St. Christopher's, and Thomas Jefferson. Roach was easily the City's top grid star, gaining All-City, All-Central, All-State, and All-Southern honors. He sparked the Justices to a 14 to 0 triumph over Teejay in the last game of the season. BASKETBALL: The Justices experie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1951

Page Six . 11 1 TnnTTTTTTTITnTii HTT!! MMMWi Bt ' * mm I %j ; X. ¥' wi if ■' > V |L iifflP f m®* | .■"..' IS ,* fl» Mr. Eugene Luck, president, P. T. S. A.; Janis Kersey, secretary Telephone 6-2363 1610 West Main Street Take ' % Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Richmond Hooper's 1901 Chamberlayne Ave. Richmond 22, Va. VARIETY SHOP Ready-ito-Wear and Notions 1804 Fair mount Avenue HART & CROWE SERVICE STATION DIAL 3-9653 1801 Fair mount Avenue BURKE-HOGGARD, Inc. 109 E. Grace St. Dial 2-9071 GENERAL . (GE) ELECTRIC APPLIANCES FOR HEALTH SwilTl FOR FUN AT DABNETS LAKE Enjoy the Sun on Our White Sand Beach OPENING MAY 26 East of Richmond, Route 360 Turn Right at Mechanicsville—Watch for Sign FORE! & from tee to green will keep you in front during all the game. Since 1879, we have f|y | 1 / f been practising that for s£§ \| 1 your fathers and grandfathers. |s We welcome the opportunity l i to continue outfitting i j gentlemen. Complete selections ' W? | ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1951

Mallory Heads Cadets Three Teachers Retire To Observe Week Teachers Visit Firms Vol. XXIII (22nd Year) No. 1 Frederick C. Mallory To Head J. M. Cadets Jesse A. Morgan, Jr. And Eugene D. Conway To Command Battalions Lieutenant William W. JCelly, commandant of cadets, has announced that Fred C. Mallory, captain and regimental commander, will head the John Marshall Corps of Cadets for the school year. Other appointments are as follows: Regimental Staff Robert W. Schanz, captain and regimental adjutant; W. Douglas Gottwald, captain and regimental personnel adjutant; Charles M. Bowden, first lieutenant and regimental supply officer; W. Clyde Lindsay, regimental sergeant major; and George B. Starnes, regimental supply sergeant. Ist Battalion Staff Eugene D. Conway, captain and battalion commander, and William C. Hatcher, first lieutenant and battalion personnel adjutant. 2nd Battalion Staff . Jesse A. Morgan, Jr., captain and battalion commander, and William L. Hickman, first lieutenant a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1951

Page Two Meet Your School Why wait longer? Right now is the time for you to begin getting acquainted with Jayem. As a new and curious, maybe even confused Marshallite, you will want to learn everything you can about your new school. One of the important parts of a student's school life is his extracurricular activities. If you want to "take a step in the right direction", join a club today. If you are interested in foreign languages, there are the Sans Souci and Don Juan Clubs. For other students there are the Literary Society, Key Club, Hi-Y, Christian Youth League, Y-Teens, Girls' Athletic Association, Junior Red Cross, and many others, including Quill and Scroll international society and the National Honor Society. These last mentioned must be by invitation. A helpful and necessary part of Jayem is its fine library. In it you will find books on nearly any subject imaginable. Magazines and newspapers are also in the library for your use and enjoyment. Another good way to get acqua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1951

September 27, 1951 John Marshall Wins Over Warwick By Score Of 24-0 J.M. Opens With Win Barbee, Gill, and Parrish Shine; Justices Trounce Scoreless Warwick, 24-0 Although failing to score in the first quarter, the John Marshall football squad opened its 1951 gridiron season with a convincing 24 to 0 win over the Warwick Farmers at Parker Field last Friday. Co-captains Allen Barbee and "Hooks" Parrish were instrumental in the rout. Parrish played a stellar defensive game while speedy Barbee reeled off several spectacular runs. Benny Gill, a new regular in the backfield, also ran well, piling up 78 yards. Barbee set up the first tally with a 55-yard punt return to the Warwick 3. He went over on the next play from scrimmage line. James Smith, who kicked the three extra points, tallied for the Justices next on a 15-yard field goal. Gill scored the second touchdown on a nine-yard romp off tackle after a 48yard drive. A few moments later, Barbee came through with the most sensational run ...

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