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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

September 25, 1952 Jay em J. M. Wins By 19 to 0 Nuckols, Foxwell, Gill Score To Bring Justices First Win John Marshall's Justices defeated Warwick High School's Farmers in their third meeting last Saturday, 19 to 0. Rain Stops Game Heavy rains failed to dampen the spirit of either the team or the fans, who traveled some seventy miles only to learn that the game had been postponed. Approximately 300 disappointed Justice followers went from Richmond to support the Jayem squad. Saturday and sunny skies brought some of the fans back over the road which they had traveled the night before to see the thrilling game. Recover Fumble In the first few minutes of play, the Justices recovered a Warwick fumble and started to march, but lost the ball on downs deep in the enemy's territory. The Farmers failed to gain and elected to punt, but a bad pass from center proved to be their downfall. A 1 Foxwell rushed in ahead of the hard charging Jayem forewall to make the recovery in the end zone for a ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

Page Four '• %. W. j m% 4wln ™%Lk\. Hge> vHhhk | jwm >' aHHHHH ;1 * / J I Jf Jr & I aB i ' / jf :IHh 1 I M I j|p|§i —News Leader New cheerleaders, Sandy Strang and Janice Glover, look over material for skirts, while Jean Seifert and Shirley Dowdy, also cheerleaders, give their approval. Old Interest but N Are Evident in New This issue the spotlight falls on the new faces and new personalities appearing in the Wythe and John Marshall halls. To lead off with these new personalities in 105W is a Missouri lad, Denny Sharpe. When asked to compare Jayem with his former high school, Paseo High, he replied, "John Marshall is great, but I prefer Paseo because it is larger. We had about 5,000 students and therefore more facilities were offered." This Southsider's favorite sport is tennis. He plans to further his education after high school by attending college and studying architectural engineering. No your eyes are not playing tricks on you; you really are s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

September 25, 1952 Three Boys, Three Girls, Take Lead Student Association Names Harold Dixon As School President As a result of the 1952 student association election, new officers include Harold Dixon as president; Mary Lou Davis, vice president; June Parrish, secretary; Betty McGhee, treasurer; and Bernard Carlton, athletic representative. Edward Ferguson is the president of the City Federation. Sportsman To Lead Former treasurer of the student association, Harold Dixon is a member of the football and track, teams, sports writer for The Monocle, and a member of the Key Club, of which Ed Ferguson serves as president. Ed is also a member of the Monocle staff, president of the Christian Youth League, and a member of International Quill and Scroll Society. Active in many fields, petite Mary Lou Davis was secretary of the City Federation, Company F sponsor in the spring of 'sl, and in the May Courts of 'SO and 'sl. She is a member of the student association executive committee, Quill an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1952

Page Six John Marshall High School Homeroom Representatives 12H1 104 MISS CHARLES ANTHONY Homeroom President: Betty McGhee Vice President: Edward Ferguson Senior Class Representatives: Mary Lou Davis and Meredith Puller Monocle Representative: Ethel Phelps Junior Red Cross: Edith Davis PTSA Representative: Blanche Daniels 12H2 304 MISS E. VIRGINIA COLLINS Homeroom President: Beverly Gordon Senior Representative: Jacqueline Randlette Monocle Representative: Janice Kersey Junior Red Cross Representative: Nancy Jones PTSA Representative Ralph McGinnis 12H3 316 MISS WILHEMINA WRIGHT Homeroom President: Janice Gaulding Senior Representative: Robert Clay Monocle Representative: Russell Bowles Junior Red Cross Representative: Roland Schmidt PTSA Representative: Bill Nelson 12H4 205 MISS MAMIE AUERBACH Homeroom President: Ann Richardson Senior Reppresentative: Nancy Yates Monocle Representative: Catious Via Junior Red Cross Representative: Florence Smalley PTSA Representative: Betty Pascall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1952

1,505 Subscribe to Monocle Famous Printer Speaks New, Officers Elected Teachers Visit Businesses Vol. XXIV (23rd Year) No. 2 Mr. Dietz, Discoverer, Gives Talk Newspaper Week Begins With Speech on Inventor, Johann Gutenberg Mr. August Dietz, Sr., the discoverer of a new alphabet, the ultimus, and founder of the Dietz Printing Company, gave what he considered a heart-to-heart talk to the journalism class October 1, the first day of Newspaper Week. His subject was Johann Gutenberg, the inventor of movable type, and the 500 th anniversary of the printing of the first book, the Gutenberg Bible, from movable type. "What Gutenberg invented in the fifteenth century meant much in this century which produced outstanding persons," said Mr. Dietz. He spoke of Joan of Arc, liberator of France; Martin Luther, reformer; and Leonardo DeVinci, artist, sculptor, and inventor. Discovery Is Important "Of all the achievements and inventions of the past—from the wheel right up to the atomic bomb —nothing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1952

Page Two Do Our Votes Count? We may say to ourselves, "I'm not old enough to vote," "My thoughts will not influence the issues,". "What voice have I in the election ?" Our vote won't count this year, but it may in the next election. We must prepare ourselves to vote wisely, to study the platforms and listen to and discuss the merits of each candidate. We can better this election by encouraging our parents to register and vote. These things we can and must do, for our future may be formed by the men elected. Our duty is to form a broad opinion of world situations. We must understand that it is not the party we are choosing, but the man or men who will be responsible for our future well being. Whether he be Democrat, Republican, or a member of any of the numerous parties, it is the man who will lead us that counts. Learn to think, be prepared to state sound judgements, and look over the situations at hand with clear, broad, and level minds. Thus we shall prepare to use our Constitutio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1952

October 9, 1952 Robertson, Nuckols, and Dixon Stand Out In Victory J. M. Eleven Wins 27-7 Jay em Scores Twice In the Fourth Quarter To Post Its Third Win John Marshall won its third straight game last Saturday by defeating Highland Springs 21 to 7. With the hard running of Marvin Nuckols and Leroy Robertson plus the outstanding line play by Harold Dixon, the Justices scored twice in the second half to clinch their third win in as many games. Nuckols' driving legs started with the opening kickoff which he took up the side line. The Springers fought to an even stand with the Justices at the end of the first quarter, but at the close of the quarter, the Blue and White recovered a fumble to start its initial march. With end sweeps by Nuckols and interference by Dixon, the Justices ate up chunk after chunk of Highland Springs yardage. Nuckols Scores It was on such an end sweep that Nuckols drove for the final twelve yards into the end zone for the first Justice score. James (Sue) Smith m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1952

Page Four Teachers Visit Business Firms (Continued from page 1) Mrs. Louise Dunnavant, Mrs. Mary Burnett, and Miss Ethel Beavers had informative entertainment and an enjoyable day at The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. Owen-Minor Drug Company, where Miss Iris Crutchfield, Mrs. Warriner, and Miss Eloise Davis visited made them feel that B. E. day is a most valuable experience to teachers. Miss Ethel Hill felt the same way when she had as her host for the day, Bodeker Drug Company. Drinks With Power Miss Elsie McClintic found that the Richmond Coca-Cola Bottling Plant has better opportunities for their employees than many other jobs. Miss Florence Ingram, Miss Emily Holloway, Mr. Edgar Hawshaw, Miss Mary Peple, Miss Wilhelmina Wright, Miss Virginia Collins, visited the Virginia Electric and Power Company. Some commented that such a visit fostered a better understanding between business firms and persons engaged in the educational processes. • Mrs. Lillie Ellett and M...

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

Seniors Have Luncheon Yearbook Rates First School Has Spirit Miss McEwen Writes Vol. XXIV (23rd Year) No. 3 Quarterback Clarke Leads W jjH MEH % i HRn|P Clarke Is Class Head Seniors Choose Wilson, Marks, Jones To Lead Them During Year Billy Clarke is president of the senior class as a result of the class election last week. The seniors elected Bobby Wilson, vice president; Dot Marks, secretary; and Barbara Jones, treasurer. The class heard the outcome of the voting at the Community Chest luncheon, Tuesday, at which time the president represented the group at the speakers' table. Well-known Senior Known to his friends as Whitey, the newly elected president participates in many extra-curricular activities. He is a member of Quill and Scroll, sports editor of The Monocle, a member of the executive committee of the student association, and former captain of Company F. Whitey has played varsity football for three years and was on the track team last year. Bobby Wilson is well qualified t...

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

Page Two Wear Red Feather October is Red Feather month. This time each year health and welfare agencies unite to raise money to be able to continue their services. All over the United States and Canada, volunteers are working to collect money for the Community Chest. Thousands of persons and organizations will benefit from contributions. In Richmond 32 agencies will receive money from the drive. Charitable organizations and good will centers will be among those aided. Day nurseries will receive a share of the money along with the Crippled Children's Hospital, Boys' Home, and the Girl and Boy Scouts. .The Community Chest will help in caring for the aged, the sick, and the handicapped. The U. S. 0., Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. C. A. will receive assistance from the great organization which has been helping others since 1928. Even the animals will have aid, for some money will go to the S. P. C. A. Yes, many who really need assistance will get it, and. the more money the more aid there will...

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

October 23, 1952 Blocked Kick and Fumble Bring J.M. Fourth Victory Jayem Wins By 18 to 8 Hermitage Goes Down From the Unbeaten; Jay em Leads Group I Marvin Nuckols again led the Blue and White Justices to a 18 to 8 win over the Hermitage High Panthers. Mid-way the first period, the Panthers got off on a potential drive to the Jayem goal line, but a 15-yard penalty set them back into punting position. As Fuzzy Champan dropped back into punt formation, the Justices got the break that they helped to make. Hardy Blocks Kick Bob Hardy, defensive Jayem end, broke through the Hermitage line to block Chapman's punt and recovered on the Panthers' 19. Three plays later, Nuckols swept wide around his right end to crash over from 16 yards out. James (Sue) Smith, who usually splits the uprights, missed all three of his conversion attempts. Smith kicked the ball end over end to Sohny Holmes, who raced back to his 23, where A 1 Foxwell met him with a driving tackle. The tackle jarred the ball from...

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

Page Four Jeanne Mcßride Enjoys Dancing ISi ' ITMIIp^' .■gM l Ttfj^ iaia lM 11 - l^l jjjjjj * * £••■ • O. JgdmeJ^M - *• o s/ \ s< is Senior Joins Ballet Artists Jeanne Mcßride, a John Marshall senior in 104, recently became a member of the Richmond Civic Ballet. "I really do enjoy dancing with the Civic Ballet," commented the young dancer who studies under Miss Julia Mildred Harper. Tap, toe, ballet, and modern are the types of dancing Jeanne studies. She has taken dancing for the past four years and now helps Miss Harper instruct the younger students/ She hopes to gain knowledge and ability through experience. Jeanne would like to teach dancing as a career but, like most high school students, has not yet decided definitely what her future plans will be. She has hope of studying in New York next summer. Although Jeanne spends many hours dancing, she still finds time to be active in school and outside activities. She became editor of The Monocle after writing for the publi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1952

J. M. Elects Eisenhower School .Observes Week Elks Offer -Scholarships Cadets Choose Sponsers Vol. XXIV (23rd Year) No. 4 Eisenhower, Nixon Victorious in Mock Election at J. M. Men, Girl Collegians Teach Here John Marshall Classes Open Their Doors To Student Instructors This semester John Marshall welcomed into the classrooms many young student teachers from nearby colleges, who are here Jo obtain experience in teaching regular classes. Miss Mary K. Manual, from Westhampton College, is assisting Miss Rosa Branch in.210. Miss Manual, a native of Front Royal, is the president of Mortar Board at 14 Westhampton which is similar to Quill and Scroll. Miss Manual eventually plans to enter the field of religious education. Students Experiment in Ceramics Students in Miss Althea Cunningham's morning art classes are experimenting in ceramics under the guidance of Miss Nannelle Beavers. Miss Beavers, who is a senior at R. P. 1., is from Norfolk and plans to return there to teach. "I like John ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1952

Page Two k Cadets Honor Sponsors Friday when the ten sponsors walk on the Jayem Athletic Field and receive colors from their captains and companies, they will be assuming a great responsibility. The captain and company will be saying that they consider their sponsor one of the most nearly perfect girls they know. She is their idea of what a girl should be. She must prove herself worthy of the honor and live up to all the high standards of the corps. It is her duty to set a good example for all the other girls in school and strive to do only what is right. She should be honorable, friendly, congenial, and have leadership so that she can influence not only other girls but also the cadets. As each cadet pins his colors on his sponsor, he is renewing his pledge to honor and protect womanhood. Everyone who plans to attend the parties should remember that this is one of the most important school events of the year and that a great deal of hard work has gone into its making. Only if everyo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1952

November 4, 1952 Superintendent Asks City School Board for Gymnasium Proposes New Gym Mr. Willett Asks City To Include Gym In Next Year's Budget As John Marshall will probably be in use for the next 20 to 25 years, in the opinion of School Superintendent H. I. Willett, the city will be asked next year for money to build a gymnasium. When the subject came up, the City Planning Commission was discussing a proposal to return Grays' Armory from the custody of the School Board to the Department of Public Works. The primary purpose of the armory is for the housing of military units, and Mr. Willett said it would be cost- • ly for the school to convert it to gymnasium use. He though the custody should not be in the School Board. At least two more high schools, one to serve the North Side and East End and another to serve South Richmond, would have to be built almost immediately if John Marshall High School were removed. In answer to Councilman Phil J. Bagley, Jr.'s statement that students ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1952

Page Four New G.A.A. Features Different Plan New! Differentl Unusual! This year the G. A. A. Talent Show has an entirely new twist. For the first time the talent show is at night. The plan is entirely different and unusual. There are more songs and dances than ever before. Both professional and amateur talents are evident in the show. Great Day as Theme With Great Day as the theme, the show centers around the typical life on the college campus. The first scene opens in a college dormitory and from there the show moves on until the Great Day, graduation day. As for varied entertainment, this new show has plenty. It ranges all the way from the popular Jambalaya and Walking My Baby Back Home to Hillbilly and Boogie Woogie. Good dancing is predominant. Connie Phillips and Jeanne Mcßride's rendition of the Graduation Tap is just one outstanding number in the show. Toe, ballet, and the ever-present Charleston are features ako. Yankovich's Orchestra Swings Jimmy Yankovich's orchestra reall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1952

Groups Initiate * Business Men Visit Key Club Entertains CLEO Amuses Marshallites Vol. XXIV (23rd Year) No. 5 H||| JL BP iJWBF .FE^| wm I§R . J Jsl iL - £■<. 4*" (% -" -v, i&jv*, r- —Richmond News Leader From left to right: Bill Odom, Nancy Smith, Delores Magee, Alvin Samuel chat during initiates' party. .... .<■ JSS|s| $* ' M ~wM Wf m bt W| jf llll i mwm 1 H HB m^ml^B l New Show Is Feature Music by Yankovich x With Eddie Donald's Dancing Are Special Have you seen the new talent we've found around John Marshall? If not, here's your chance to see it in the G.A.A. Talent Show. Remember this date —Friday, November 21. That's tomorrow night at 8:15 in the John Marshall High School auditorium. ■. Under the direction of Betty McGhee and the sponsorship of Miss Gwen Priddy, the members of the cast have really worked hard on this year's brand new Talent Show. Sport Stars Sing • The Gridiron Five will hold the spotlight along with the Jayem coaches and facul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1952

Page Two We Should Give Thanks Recently, I drove around Richmond and its suburbs as a means of relaxation. As I passed the large industrial concerns with their billowing smokestacks, the children playing in the residential areas, and the small outlying farms with their brilliant autumn colors of red, orange, and yellow, a thought came to me. Where else in the world can you find such peace and beauty as in America? Who should be more thankful than we during this Thanksgiving season? I stopped near the battlegrounds at Mechanicsville. As I looked acrosss the trenches and gun emplacements, relics of another day when all was not as serene as now, reasons that we should be especially thankful as Americans passed in review before "my eyes. Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom from fear —for these our forefathers fought and died. They left to us a responsibility to keep and uphold these freedoms and their ideals. Through the years, our realization of these ideals seems to have f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1952

November 20, 1952 Justices Win Over Crimson Wave in Fog, 6 to 0 Boys Halt Red Wave Robertson and Nuckols Star as Blue-Whites Stop Petersburg, 6-0 John Marshall's highflying Justices again surprised almost everyone by defeating Petersburg, 6 to 0, before an excited crowd at City Stadium. The Justices, who usually allow Petersburg to trample over them, put up a strong defensive to stop the Wave's short punt formation. This game marked the first time in the history of this classic that the Blue and White played Petersburg before the crosstown clash with Thomas Jeffer- Robertson Leads Marvin Nuckols, who usually sparks the Justice offense, played second fiddle to fullback Leroy "Bulldog" Robertson. Robertson was the leading ground gainer in the game, as he was in last year's J. M.-Petersburg game. J. M. Scores on Fumble The Justice score came in the first quarter as a result of a Wave fumble which was recovered by Russ Bowles on the Petersburg twelve-yard line. On the third down, Quarte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1952

Page Four 143 Make Honor Roll Twice as Many Girls As Boys Make Mark Of High Point Miss Nellie Henson, registrar, has announced that the roll of honor for the first period of the semester Sep-tember-February, contains 143 names. There were 43 boys and 100 girls. The seniors led with 49; the sophomores had 37; the freshmen, 33; and the juniors, 23 honor roll students. The leading homeroom was 12H1, 104 with 14 students. By grades the list of honor roll students follows: Senior Class President Wins 12H1 —Billy Clarke, Phyllis Crenshaw, Edith Davis, Mary Lou Davis, Harold Dixon, Shirley Erhart, Edward Ferguson, Mary Ann Hackett, Judy Knight, Jeanne Mcßride, Betty McGhee, June Parrish, Meredith Puller, Nancy Smith; 1242 —Janice Kersey, Jacqueline Randlette; 12H3 — Virginia Bowers, Charles Cox, Janice Gaulding, Ann Hunter, William Nelson; 12H4—James O'Brien, John Tiller, Ann Richardson; 12L2 —Jane Cumby; 12L3—Janet Smith, Ruth Trent; 12L4—James Smith, Janet Turner; 12L5 —Platon Brown, Bob...

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