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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1952

March 13, 1952 Jayem To Meet Newport News in Tournament Tonight J. M. Nine Set To Go Jeffs To Be First Foe As Justices Hope To Retain Crowns By Bucky Luck Looking forward to another highly successful season, John Marshall's prospective baseball players are hard at work getting themselves into shape for the coming campaign. Prospects Bright Cheered by the thought of having ten lettermen back, the ball shapes up something like this. At the get-a-way station, Bobby Hardy and Duke Snyder are the two chief competitors for occupancy. Sporting a .309 batting average for his 'sl work, Herman Clarke seems set at the keystone sack. Rounding out the infield in all likelihood will be Marion Martin at short, and Joe Adcock at the far turn. Pete Williams, Tom Jones, Ray Conklin, and Kelley Bazemore may furnish reserve strength here. Chunking duties fall on Co-Cap-tain Vance Long, "Fruit" Johnson, "Minny" Matthews, Louis Brandt, and Red Robinson, while receiving their slants will be Russ Bowles, H...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1952

Page Four YWCA To Send Delegates To Chicago Most of the clubs here at John Marshall are in the midst of their spring activities. The Y-Teen Club had a cookie sale during the first two weeks of this month. These girls, among other YTeen groups, are trying to raise the money to send seven Richmond YWCA delegates to the National Convention in Chicago. One of the projects of the library staff this term is to get information and pictures concerning each state. Each of the thirty-seven members of the staff will choose one state and write to its Chamber of Commerce. The staff will keep on file the information which it receives. Miss Marjorie L. Dearhart recently gave instructions to the Forum Club members on how to look up information on certain subjects. This will help the group to prepare each program for the club. The librarian chose England as her topic. She described the government of England, including the Parliament, cabinet, and crown. She compared and contrasted Queens Elizabeth I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1952

Room 104 Leads Honor Roll German Students Visit School Jayem Choir To Give Operetta Coaches Pick All-City Team 1 (Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 11 Edna Long To Preside As Queen Barbara Clarke, Runner-up, To Be Maid of Honor; 120 Take Part in Dances Edna Long will reign as Queen of the 1952 May Day celebration to take place May 1 on the John Marshall campus. Barbara Clarke will serve as maid-of-honor. The senior court attendants are Barbara Clarke, Shirley Dowdy, Joyce Griffiths, Edna Long, Jeanne Mcßride, Ann Richardson, Nita Tyler, and Barbara Wade.There will be four representatives from the other three classes. Joan Cecil and Sandra Cheatham will represent the Patsy Partin and Inell Hailey, the 9H's. Selected by the lOL's are Nancy Myers and Jean Hall; by the lOH's, Phyllis Solari and Mary Ellen Garber. The llL's choices are Jean Reynolds and Jane Duke; the llH's, Catherine Brittle and Betty McGee. Rose Dranchak, president of the Girls' Athletic Association, which is sponsoring its th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1952

Page Two The Monocle Wins Again As it has done so many times in the past, The Monocle again showed its superiority by winning a first place at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's annual meet. The papers entered in the competition are judged on many details as well as such important points as make-up and content. If every member of the staff did not do his part to help make The Monocle one of the best school papers anywhere, what rating would it win? If every reporter did a sloppy and half-hearted job, would the paper be able to maintain its high rank? No one needs to be told the answer to that question. In an issue last spring, Sidney Dixon, who was then editor-in-chief of The Monocle, wrote an inspiring editorial entitled "Lest We Forget". It is quite probable that Sidney had no idea of winning honor for himself, his paper, and his school. However he did, which just proves that a good piece of work is well rewarded. Cooperation, loyalty, and initiative are responsible for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1952

March 27, 1952 Justice Baseball Team To Tackle Teejay Tomorrow Vance Long To Pitch Opener at J. M. Field; Hermitage, Hopewell To Be Next Opponents Opening the 1952 diamond campaign tomorrow at 3:45 P. M., the Justices will face their cross-town rivals, Thomas Jefferson, at Hotchkiss Field. Hurling for Tommy Thompson's crew will be Vance Long, Jayem's ace. Your guess is as good as anyone's on the Jeff starter. The Justice baseball team, for the first time in history, will take on Hermitage, April 4. Hotchkiss Field is the site of the action which will begin at 3:45 P. M. Not too much club information on the quality of the Panther is out, since Herjnitage had no team last year. Helping Hermitage a great deal is the fine diamond behind the school, an item which Jayem completely lacks. The Devils from the Wonder City, Hopewell, will pay a visit April 8. This is one of the several engagements which may be under the arcs or at Hotchkiss. Please check the Richmond papers or ask any player ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 March 1952

Page Four Models Spring Costume J? wspi . Marshallite Likes To A popular Marshallite is petite brown eyed Barbara Jackson,, who came to John Marshall two years ago from Chandler Junior High School. "I have always gone around with the Band and think nothing can compare with it," enthusiastically replied Barbara when asked her opinion of the Band. She is often sitting in a window in the basement near the Band room proudly sporting brown and yellow ribbons. The energetic cheer leader shows pep not only while cheering but also on the dance floor. She is especially fond of shagging. One of Barbara's favorite hobbies is modeling. She attended a local modeling school last June. Then she modeled there, where the judges selected her as one of the best in the class. She now models in most of the store's teen fashion shows. In spite of her love for talking, Barbara finds time to do a good deal of singing. She will have the part of Kate in The Pirates of Penzance, the operetta which Jayem's ope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1952

Operetta To Be Tomorrow Former J. M. Teacher Dies Seniors Choose Who's Who Team To Face Tough Foes Vo l. XXII (21st Year) No. 12 Alan Getz To Become Governor Marshallite To Head District Key Clubs; Jayem Club Is 'Best'! Ten representatives of the John Marshall Key Club attended the Third Annual Convention of the Capital District of Key Clubs in Washington, D. C., four weeks ago, and brought more honors to their club and school by electing one of their members governor and winning the Achievement Award Trophy for the second consecutive year. Thirty-nine Key Clubs from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia participated in the one-day convention, in the National Museum. Governor Tommy Frank of Newport News High School presided over all sessions. Clubs Elect Getz Immediately following the business period, delegates met in caucus to nominate district officers for the coming year. Alan Getz, a junior in room 7, was the choice of the district for the office of governor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1952

Page Two Congratulations, Key Club John Marshall's Key Club has done it again! At the third annual convention of the Capital District Key Clubs in Washington, D. C., members of this service club won more honors for themselves and the school. 0 The club succeeded in getting a junior member, Alan Getz, elected governor of the district. Alan, who held the office of district secretary during the past year, will head clubs from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington. This hard-working organization also repeated as the winner of the achievement award trophy which they earned last year. This award goes to the club which submits the best achievement report showing outstanding services to the school and community. Edna Long, Key Club Sweetheart here at John Marshall, received honors as the District Sweetheart. Last year Fred Mallory, another industrious member of this active organization, served as secretary of Key Club International. Marshallites should certainly be proud of the fine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1952

J.ril 24, ! 95 2 pig Blue Rolls to Nine Consecutive Victories j M. Takes j.2 Win W ins Fourth Game, r- Stars At Plate; l Johnson Defeats Saints Behind the pitching and hitting of ce Long, the John Marshall High L baseball team defeated a high-jv-touted Highland Springs nine 5 to •on the Springers' diamond a week tomorrow for their eighth straight victoryLone hurled the entire game and 1 j-ted the losers to five hits. He was is j, trouble only in the eighth inning t whf[l highland Springs pushed across r lo runs- Even then the Springers have been held scoreless but for n Maneum's error on a double play ball. E Long Gets RBI In the second inning with Sonny Adcock and Clifford Taylor on base via a fielder's choice and a single restively John Marshall scored their gjst run on hitter Long's one bagger. Again in the fourth inning Long came ■ to bat with two runners on and this . time sent both runners to score with . a long double down the left field line. Long then tallied on Herman Clar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1952

Page Four ; Miss Beautify Richmond' BT €| > ■ w j , wumM^n sllfcsC fIHB mKm •• II^^IHR£ii^3BRS!IIIG9 Edna Long, a high senior in room 104, will serve as Miss Beautify Richmond during the 1952 campaign. Serving as Edna's maids of honor will be Connie Hook, from Thomas Jefferson, and Mary Pat Brennan, St. Gertrude's representative. Girls Sponsor May Pro Happy Holidays will be the theme when John Marshall celebrates May Day, which the Girls' Athletic Association is sponsoring a week from today at 3:30 on the Jayem campus. "Every spectator will enjoy May Day more if he follows the program," advised Mary Alice Wilkinson who is working with Jean Smith on the programs. "One can learn from the program who is in the court and can better understand what the dances portray." Mayor To Crown Queen Mayor Nelson Parker will crown Edna Long Queen of May. With the help of Dance Chairmen Joyce Jeter and Hazel Dennis, Misses Helen McKenney and Gwen Priddy have made up dances to represent th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1952

1 May Day Is Success ! popular Teacher Dies f Speech Classes Perform rivics Class Paid Visit iISII-No. 13 Jonor Roll %mes 160 fhis Term Girls Surpass Boys; Seniors Lead With 62; Sophomores, Second Miss Nellis Hensen, registrar, has that for the second report <r jod ° f February-June, 1952, the yof honor contains 160 names. were 114 girls and 46 boys. L seniors led with 62; the sopho1— 49- the freshmen, 27; and the urcs, • > fj(iors, 22 honor roll students. Homeroom 104 Leads I |2g£ Charles Campbell, Barbara lite) PhiliP Flournoy; 12H2—Mary Ifjgjnia Powers, Joan Elliott Rouis; | ! jjj3__Shirley Ann Clarke, Harold V. jjjjs; 12H4 —Rose Marie Arrighi, lcri a Kleber; 12H5—Carolyn Bru--Ijr Francie Leftwich; 12H6 —Bruce Oriton, Shirley Falwell, Margaret joosegian; 12H7—Gerald Garmon, K Anne Womack; 12H8 June (jams, Shirley Archer, Ann Auckerj m Carolyn Baker, Glenna Bailey, focy Cobb, Frances Crouch, Rose )ranchak, Buddy Gregory, June Hat- ] w Jane Hazelhurst, Fred Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1952

Page Two A Hero-A Mother The pages of history present pictures of men who were examples of truth, honesty, and courage. In school we study and admire heroes; yet, we seldom, if ever, study one of the reasons for their greatness their mothers. When we think of a great person, do we look back in his life to the person who taught him that "honesty is the best policy"? Do we ever consider the sacrifices mothers make to mould these heroes ? I read a story recently about a flyer whose mother gave him a little gift before he made his flight. She told him to keep the gift until he got out over the ocean and then open it. The young man put the gift with his supplies and forgot about it. After some time, the engines cut off, and the plane had to make a forced landing. The ship caught fire, and the crew used a life boat, putting as many supplies as they could get into it. Soon the crew were thirsty. To take his mind from his thirst, the lad remembered the gift and opened it. His mother had enc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1952

)2 May Justices Beat Petersburg for Twelfth Win of Season Big Blue fins 12-8 Barbee Slugs Home Run; Adcock, Clark Star In Win over Wave the Justice baseball team IJ 2C | to use three pitchers and some hitting last Monday afternoon at Hotchkiss Field, they whipped Petersburg, 12 to 8. jayem shelled three Wave pitchers f or 13 hits including Bucky Luck's double and Allen Barbee's home run. Long Relieves Petersburg led off in the scoring column with two runs off Red Robinson in the first inning. Fruit Johnson, who came in to put out the fire, hurled until the sixth when the Wave began to hit him consistantly. "Old Reliable" Vance Long came in and struck out 6 in the 3/s innings remaining. Barbee's homer accounted for two Justice runs while Luck had three R. B. I.'s. Herman "Worm" Clark, who had 3 hits in 5 trips to the plate, pulled some fancy baserunning, twice going from first to third on Gibbons Mangum's bunts. Barbee Steals Two In the eighth Barbee led off with a walk, stole second...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1952

Page Four Dixon To Be New Leader Mary Lou Davis, Vice President; Carlton Athletic Representative As a result of the 1952 Student Association Harold Dixon is the new president, with Mary Lou Davis, vice president. June Parrish is the secretary, Betty McGhee, the treasurer, and Bernard Carlton, athletic representative. Senior members of the executive committee are Billy Clarke, Art Christian, Patty Dingley, Bobby Hardy, Vance Long, Mike O'Bryan, and Connie Phillips. Juniors art Pat Doggett, Jane Ellis Duke, Mary Ellen Garber, Barbara Jackson, Charlotte Robertson, and Betty Whitlow. The sophomore members are Skippy Butler, Walter Clarke, Janice Glover, Tommy Jones, Pat Martin, and Betsy Ross. Kenneth Cox and James Ukrop are the freshman representatives. The defeated candidates are Connie Dean, Jimmy Dodl, Janis Kersey, and Edward Ferguson. Special Assembly Students of John Marshall High School saw a special meeting of the student association in the assemblies last week, with June Adams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1952

Marshallites Take Tests Societies Initiate Members 238 Seniors To Leave Jay em Nine Wins 17 Vol. XXIII—No. 14 Students Entertain, Exhibit Class Work For P. T. A. Meeting Group Elects Officers, Visit Library, Rooms To See Activities "I think it's delightful," was one of the many comments overheard at the PTSA meeting Friday a week ago, with reference to the program and the exhibits. Business, with election of officers, and the program, which included some selections by the string orchestra and two poems acted by Miss Mary Peple's speech 1 classes —"The Quest of the Ribbon", by Arthur Guiterman; and "The Congo", by Vachel Lindsey—took a back seat at this meeting, as there were many interesting exhibits to catch the parents' eyes. Mr. Edgar P. Phillips is the new P. T. A. president, Mr. Grady Garrett is the first vice president, and Mary Lou Davis the second vice president. Peggy Owen and Mrs. B. R. Gill are secretary and treasurer, respectively. The executive committee consists of thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1952

Page Two More Than Million Think This year from the doors of high schools all over the United States will come more than 1,186,000 graduates. Most of these young Americans, with blissful expressions of happiness on their faces and hope in their hearts, will continue their education in colleges and universities. Others will start to work at once. Each one has the right to choose his own way. To people in many countries, this seems totally strange, because dictators and other suppressors of freedom force the people to act like puppets, not to follow the dictates of their own hearts. However, here in America the blood, the tears, and the lives of our forefathers have been sacrificed to assure us of the fredom to do what we believe to be right. How little we think of what the countless things we take for granted have cost others and will continue to cost as long as there is life on earth! We get up on Sunday and attend the services of our church of our choice. If it had not been for tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1952

May 23, 1952 Big Blue Scores 10-1 To Capture Seventhteenth Victory J. M. Wins From Wave Jack Jordan Strikes Out Thirteen Batters And Allows Two Hits The John Marshall Justice nine captured the seventeenth win in eighteen starts this season with a 10 to 1 victory over a winless Petersburg team last Friday night. Jack Jordan pitched excellent ball through the first five innings. Going into the bottom of the sixth he had a no-hit game. A walk to the Petersburg catcher with one out began the trouble. The next batter singled to left and went to second on Cary's throw in. With one out and men on second and third, Coach A. S. Thompson called the infield into a conference at the mound. Jordan was then set to pitch to the next batter. A hard drive off the bat of Saxon was fielded nicely by Sonny Adcock, who ran down Munford at home plate for the second out. On the play Smith advanced to third. Then the second baseman, Doss, hit a low line drive to right, which Luck took too late to make a pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 May 1952

Page Four Cast Will and testament of the Senior Class of 1952 We, the members of the senior class of John Marshall High School, city of Richmond, and the state of Virginia, being of sound mind, do hereby publish and declare this to be our last will and testament. First, Charlotte Goodwin leaves her days of playing "hookey" to "Tootsie" Brittle. Second, Charlotte James wills her love of talking to Barbara Jackson. Third, Bucky Luck hands his baseball bat to Junie Wyatt. Fourth, Tiny Bailey bequeaths her musical talent to Anne Richardson. Fifth, Rose Dranchak leaves her sharp tongue to Connie Phillips. Sixth, Mary Hannon passes her off-bound passes to Mary Lou Davis and Patty Dingley. Seventh, Carolyn Baker leaves her well-known scrapbook to anyone interested. Eighth, Barbara Nichols wills her good times to Florence Munford. Ninth, Norma Davis and Ashton Elliott leave their love for Company E to the next captain and sponsor. Tenth, Betty Ann Johns transfers her short haircut to Pattie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

Edna Long Comes Home City Students Convene Miss McEwen Goes on Tour Cadets Get Appointments Ei. XX IV ( 23rd Year ) No- 1 Air. Savage, Alumnus Speaks Here Former Marshallite Challenges Students On Constitution "How much are we, the people of ie United States going to allow the rework of our government to be jttched? Do we want it stretched to x point where city and state governments have no functions?" challenged (r. Julian Savage, a former Marshalie, in a Constitution Day speech be>re the journalism and history classes i John Marshall auditorium during ie fifth period last Wednesday. Mr. Savage, a member of the Najonal, State, and Richmond Bar Associations, pointed out that the Constiktion of the United States is neceskrily a broad outline of powers and jiat one of America's major problems jday lies in whether the people wish i allocate more power to the Federal Dvernment or to put a stop to the of power in Washington. Warns Against Centralization As an example of today'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

Page Two Farewell, Vacation No more beach parties or fishing trips; no more weekends at the river or dates during the week. Yes, Marshallites, once again we must say goodbye to hot weather and thoughts of only fun for another nine months. We have to set the old alarm clock at 7:00 A. M. and jump out of bed at its first unwelcome ring. There will be no more days beginning at 12 o'clock. Of course it's hard at first, but after three months of vacation we should be ready to buckle down to hard work and store in our heads all the knowledge that we can possibly grasp. The crowd will no longer head for the beach on Friday night. With the red and gold colored trees and the tingle of fall winds, they will turn to the football field for excitements. School doesn't necessarily mean all the fun must end. Along with gaining more knowledge, we can have fun by associating with our classmates and attending and participating in school activities. By mingling and working with other students, we will...

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