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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1953

May 28, 1953 Assembly Pays Honor For Service Awards Go To Many Outstanding Students For Past Year's Work June Parrish received, during a recent honors assembly, a cup as the outstanding member of the John Marshall Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America. The National Office Management Association, which gave June the award, gave certificates of honor to Joyce Reams, William Hatcher, and Ann Nevins. Mr. Oscar Parrish made these presentations. Miss Charles Anthony, who is the adviser of The Mnoocle, received the eight Monocle awards, and in turn gave them to Mr. Ernest Mooney, the adviser for next year. Jim Bardin presented the Columbia Scholastic Press Association medalist certificates and the All-Columbia for editorials. William Hatcher gave Miss Anthony the Freedoms Foundation award won by Ann Auckerman for her editorial. Connie Phillips presented the SI PA first place trophy and the CSPA advertising award. Edward Ferguson presented the VPI first place award, and June Par...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1953

Page Four Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of 1953 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, Connie Phillips leaves her pony tail to Jo Anne Gentry. Second, Bobby Wilson leaves his love for women to Bernard Carlton. Third, Meredith Puller leaves her good times at V. M. I. to anyone who can take it. Fourth, Barbara Dobbins leaves her brown eyes to Pat Britton. Fifth, Gibbons Mangum leaves Eton's to Bobby Hicks. Sixth, Elsie Dunivan wills her success at Jayem to her brother Ed. Seventh, Barbara Melton leaves Coach Goodlow a complete nervous wreck. Eighth, Vivian Starnes leaves Tommy Jones. Ninth, June Parrish leaves her footsteps to anyone who wants to follow in them. Tenth, Tootsie Brittle is taking everything with her. Eleventh, Judy Knight and Buck Gale leave their 6th period study in the Locker Room to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1953

May 28, 1953 J. M. Beats Panthers, 3-1, To End with a 8-7 Record Justices, V ictorious Brandt Allows Six Hits To District Champions In Pitching Last Game John Marshall's Justices proved their strength behind the six-hit pitching of Jayem's mound ace, Lewis Brandt, by edging Hermitage at its home field last Friday and handing Grover Jones his first loss of the year, 3 to 1. » Bowles Hits Hard Grounder Although Jayem collected only four hits off Jones, his wildness was his downfall. The Justices' winning runs came across the plate in the seventh inning as a result of Russell Bowles's hard to handle grounder. With the score all tied up at 1 to 1 and men on base, Bowles, Jayem's catcher, dro%'e a hot grounder to Shortstop Henry Failing, who threw wild to the plate and allowed the last two runs to score. Jayem tallied first in the second inning to take the lead. A hit, an error, and a walk set the stage for the score. Jones weakened at this point and walked Gibbons Mangum to force in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 May 1953

Page Six Junior L Holds D For Auth Spnsored by the Junior League of Richmond, the Book and Authors' Dinner took place April 25, in Miller and Rhoads Tea Room at 7 o'clock. This annual dinner, in its eighth year, usually takes place during Garden Week. The proceeds from this program will be used to help children who are in need of speech correction. There were five guest authors, whose literary works include poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Dr. Douglas Freeman opened the program and introduced the master of ceremonies, Edward Weeks. Mr. Weeks has performed this duty for the last five occasions. John Marshall teachers attending the dinner were Misses Dorothy Smith, Virginia Collins, Marjorie Dearhart, and Mesdames Madge Henderson and Hannah Sessler. "I have been to all but one of these dinners and I think they are the nicest things Richmond has," said Miss Dearhart. Government Class Sees Virginia Bill of Rights Two of Miss Jeffries Heinrich's government classes, fifth and sixth perio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1953

SILVER JUBILEE Vol. XXV (24th Year) No. 1 John Bailey Commands Jay em Corps of Cadets Maurice Duling Leads Regimental Band As Fall Term Begins John C. Bailey, captain and regimental commander, will lead the John Marshall Corps of Cadets in its 39th year, according to an announcement by Lieutenant Charles J. Sheafer, commandant. Other appointments are as follows Regimental Staff William R. Wray, cadet captain and regimental adjutant; Albert D. Draucker, cadet captain and regimental personnel officer; James E. Brightwell, cadet captain and regimental supply officer; Ethan A. Brown, cadet regimental sergeant major; John D. West, cadet regimental supply sergeant; William H. Walker, cadet regimental color sergeant; James W. Stewart, cadet regimental color sergeant; William A. Tinsley, cadet regimental color corporal; Adrian L. Howard, cadet regimental color corporal. First Battalion Staff Albert Stegner, cadet captain and first battalion commander and David M. Harris, cadet first lieuten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1953

Page Two Keep Those Studies Up "Gee whiz! Why didn't I study that old English all year long instead of waiting until the night before the big test? I never would have gotten that F." We have heard the same type of statement along with a sorrowful look of a failing high school student many times. Maybe he was a senior and had to stay over an extra half year to graduate. Still he might have been a junior who was going to miss those senior privileges and certain societies he could have joined. Then there are the people who never bother to study at all during the year. There's Johnny Never-Study who comes out of school at the end of the term with his dirty, rumpled report card jammed in his hip pocket. With a broad grin on his face he shouts," Look, I got all D's!" How Johnny ever managed to pass is beyond comprehension. Don't ever let yourself fall into these two groups. They are poison! If you already belong to one, get out. Right now! Remember, the tax payers of Richmond pay to give ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1953

September 24, 1953 Justices Justices Lose To Warwick Hi By 14-7 Score John Marshall opened its 1953 season on a dismal note last Saturday night losing to Warwick by a score of 14-7 at City Stadium. Dominating play through the game, the Farmers forged ahead in the last five seconds to defeat J. M. for the first time in four years. Weight Counts Using their weight to an advantage the Farmers throttled the Justices running attack throughout the game with the exception of Ray Conklin's 63 yard run, which set up the Marshallites' touchdown. After receiving the opening kickoff, Warwick pushed its way to the midfield stripe before being set back by two penalties, forcing them to kick. Warwick's kick bounced off the foot of James Greenstreet and was recovered by Carlton Hurman for Warwick on the home team's 15 yard line. After failing to gain through the line, Quarterback Greg Foretich passed to end Lou St. Clair on third down for the score and then converged for the point after touchdown t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1953

Page Four J. M. Sophomore Marks a Date With Driving, Flying Licenses Bernard Coleman, a student in Miss Heinrich's homeroom, received his pilot's license last Wednesday at Central Airport on his sixteenth birthday. He received special permission to leave school at noon that day and immediately went to the Division of Motor Vehicles where he passed his driving test. From there he went to Byrd Field to take his written test given by the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Central Airport was his next stop where he took his solo and became a full fledged pilot. This young aviation enthusiast, already a member of the Civil Air Patrol, has been interested in flying since he was seven years old. This interest began as a hobby of building scale model planes. He worked during the summer to pay for his flying lessons and says he doesn't think his money was wasted. He's been flying since school closed in June and now has 9 1 /z hours of flying time to his credit. Bernard lives at 3018 Letcher A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1953

SILVER JUBILEE Vol. XXV (24th Year) No. 2 SA Officers Get Pledge In Assembly Superintendent Willett Presents Dr. Freeman's The Life of R. E. Lee The Student Association installed its officers for the year in a ceremony held in the auditorium October 7, at second and third recesses. Guest speaker, Mr. H. I. Willett, Superintendent of the Richmond Public Schools, installed the new president, Charlotte Robertson. The remaining officers were then installed. They are as follows: vice president, Tommy Jones; secretary, Janice Glover; treasurer, Pat Partin; athletic representative, Earl Norman. Thirty-two members of the executive committee took a joint pledge. The homeroom presidents and the student body promised to uphold the Student Association. Reports on Girls' State and Boys' State, held this summer, were given by Mary Ellen Garber and Skippy Bulter. Kenneth Burke, a senior in 104, gave an account of the Key Club Convention in Los Angeles, California, last August. A report on this sum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1953

Page Two The Start of a Grand Nation When Columbus set sail back in 1492 to find the East Indies, little did he know that he would start a country as great and as strong as America. A country vastly different in many ways from his native land. If Columbus were to see America today it would be hard for him to absorb the many modern wonders: a land of labor-saving machines, amusements, conveniences, and a government undreamed of in his day: a land of hope and freedom. It would be hard for Columbus to think of a land and country like America, with its freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion, a land where a man is a man and not a puppet of his government as it is in many of the countries of the world. America, for the most part, is a land of people working at jobs for which they are best suited and where they can do the most good. Although there are blots on American history, it is a history to be proud of. The good deeds of America far overshadow the bad in its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1953

October 8, 1953 Bad Luck Hits Justices' Backfield Twice with Injuries Highland Springs Wins First Game Against Justices After three years Highland Springs was able to defeat John Marshall on the gridiron for the first time last Friday night by a score of 6-0 at City Stadium. J. M. Fumbles Led by the running of Barry Frazee, the Springers tried throughout the game to reach J. M.'s goal line but were unable to do so because of the fine defensive game which the Justices played. As the game wore on, it looked as if the Justices were going to succeed in halting the county boys. Disaster then struck J. M. late in the fourth quarter as Jim Greenstreet fumbled and Highland Springs recovered on the Justices' 18 yard. On the first play from scrimmage, Frazee circled his own right end for the score. Although Baber hit him on the 17, his drive enabled him to keep his feet as the Justices failed in their attempt to tackle him. The point after touchdown was good, but a holding penalty against Hig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1953

Page Four Harvey Hudson Delivers Talk To Forum Club Harvey Hudson, announcer and assistant manager at WLEE, talked about Teenage Opportunities at the September 25 meeting of the Forum Club. Before giving the major portion of his talk, Mr. Hudson made the large, over-flow group there feel at ease by telling them several jokes and anecdotes reminiscent of the local disc jockey's radio personality. During this warm-up period, he spoke of Marilyn Monroe. Immediately after this and with a slight shuffle of his feet, he went into a trancelike position, blinked his steel-blue eyes quickly, reached into his vest pocket, and put on a pair of dark glasses. After coming out of the daze, he explained that the mere mention of Miss Monroe's name disturbs his eyes so, that dark glasses are necessary. Cruel World Exists "I hate to tell you," Mr. Hudson said, "but there's a hard, cruel world out there. You'll never make it by just being yourself," he remarked. "You've got to get out and make friends...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1953

SILVER JUBILEE Vol. XXV (24th Year) No. 3 J M Corps of Cadets To Honor Sponsors The presentation of the sponsors to the John Marshall Corps of Cadets will take place Sponsors' Day, tomorrow, October 23. The ceremony will begin with selections from the Band as the girls, dressed in the traditional sponsors' dresses, are escorted to their captains who will pin on their colors. As the Band plays Let Me Call You Sweetheart, the captains will present their sponsors to the companies. They will leave the field decked in ribbons. Captain and regimental commander of the Corps, John C. Bailey, chose as his sponsor, Pat Pratali. "I think it's swell being sponsor," exclaimed Pat, very much surprised over being asked to be sponsor of the Corps. "I've always liked the Corps; I guess I'm just lucky." Albert Stegner, cadet captain and first battalion commander, chose Charlotte Whitlock; and Thomas M. McCabe, cadet captain and second battalion commander, chose Jo Ann Gentry. "I never thought it woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1953

Page Two Remember That Red Feather .Once again wc come upon that time of the year when the color of red becomes prominent in Richmond. To the citizens of Richmond the red of the red feather symbolizes that composite charity, the Richmond Area Community Chest. There are 32 Red Feather Agencies sponsored by the Community Chest. Through these agencies jobs are made possible for the handicapped, homes for homeless children, nursing care for the sick, a home for the incurables, help for families in trouble, day nurseries for children of mothers who must work, a USO for the men and women in the Armed Forces, character training for the youth in Richmond, and a good many other vital services needed in a city of this size. While John Marshall students are not asked to contribute to the Community Chest, we are able to help out in furnishing hostesses for the report luncheons and by the seniors attending one of these luncheons in a group, thus giving our support to the many volunteers who coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1953

October 22, 1953 Justices Will Seek Upset Against Hampton Tomorrow Justices Shine In 7-6 Defeat Luck, Greenstreet Hit on Six Passes; Co-Captains Star The Hermitage Panthers kept their city league mark unblemished last Saturday night as they defeated John Marshall by a score of 7-6 at City Stadium. Displaying a much-needed defense, the Panthers tore a page out of John Marshall's book as they came up with the heretofore absent defense. Extra Point Decides Favored by seven points, the Panthers took the opening kick-off and marched 74 yards in ten plays for their only score. Jerry Moore then added what proved to be the difference, the point after the touchdown. For the rest of the quarter the J. M. defense held Hermitage well within their territory. At the beginning of the second quarter the Justices pushed Hermitage deep into their own territory with the kicking of Ray Conklin. Although his hand was still in a cast and was heavily wrapped with sponges, Ray played an outstanding game as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1953

Page Four John Marshall To Participate In WRNL Quiz Quiz 'Em On The Air will feature John Marshall and Henry Clay over WRNL October 29 at 9 p.m. Four seniors from homeroom 104 who are well-informed on current events will be chosen to defend the school in the fall round of the quiz, which will be broadcast each Thursday night. Fred Hazeltine will be the announcer when J. M. faces Clay, the only school that was never beaten in last year's competition. The program will be recorded at Clay the day before the broadcast. Included in the questions, made up by Richmond Newspapers, Inc., will be news appearing in The Times-Dis-patch from October 18 through 25, the week prior to the broadcast. Eight high schools in the Richmond vicinity will participate in the contest. Henry Clay, Hermitage, Highland Springs, John Marshall, Manchester, Thomas Dale, Thomas Jefferson, and Varina will each receive a $5 certificate for each appearance through the courtesy of WRNL and The Times-Dispatch, sponsors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 November 1953

SILVER JUBILEE XXV (24th Year) No. 4 JM Defeats Henry Clay OnQuiz'Em Panel Answers Questions On Current News Events OverWßNLQuizProgra With a score of 800 the John Marshall team defeated Henry Clay on "Quiz 'Em On The Air," broadcast last Thursday night over WRNL. Catherine Byrnes, Kenneth Burke, Diana Deering, and Betty Lee Kenny comprised the Jayem panel. Tuesday morning, October 27, the program was recorded in the Henry Clay auditorium at a student assembly. Master of ceremonies Fred Hazeltine fired questions on the news covered by The Richmond Times-Dis-patch during the week of October 19-25. There were two and one-half rounds of the contest which ended with a final score of 800-700 in favor of John Marshall. Questions for the weekly quiz in which eight Richmond area high schools participate are chosen by members of the Times-Dis-patch staff. On November 19 the Jayem panel will face Hermitage High School, winner of the first broadcast, in the second elimination. Questions for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 November 1953

Page Two Help Fight Tuberculosis Every 17 minutes one person dies from Tuberculosis. In America this adds up to nearly 31,000 deaths in one year. This dread disease that kills more people in America than any other infectious disease, last vear killed 58 Richmond citizens. This may sound appalling, and it is. \et TB can be cured. TB is khown to start from a germ —the tubercle bacillus, but unless you get this germ into your body, you cannot take TB. Those people who live in crowded neighborhoods, are undernourished, and are constantly overtired are very susceptible to the disease. Although just coming in contact with a TB carrier can gi)|f a person the disease, it rarely does unless the person is in a fairly constant contact with the carrier. TB may also be caught by carrying the germ into the mouth on fingers, eating utensils, or other articles. The quickest way of getting this disease is by kissing someone with active TB, and that s no joking matter. To cure TB, the case must be fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 November 1953

November, 5, 1953 George Washington Will Entertain Jay em Tomorrow Hopewell Wins 33-0 Over Jay em Displaying a powerful offense the Hopewell Blue Devils crushed John Marshall by a score of 33-0 last Sat- urday night at city stadium before a chilled gathering of 2,000 fans. Combining the running of fullback Ray England and the passing of quarterback Saunders, the boys from the wonder city proceeded to run up a 20-0 score at half-time. Following the half they again picked up where they left off as the Justices' defense completely collapsed for the second week in succession. Passers Score After having a touchdown called back the first time they got the ball, the Blue Devils were not to be deprived on their second attempt as hard blocking equalled the hard running halfbacks to ground out a first down on the Justices 21. Here quarterback Saunders took to the air and completed a touchdown pass to halfback Trull for the game's first score. Unable to move against the Blue Devil's line the J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 November 1953

Page Four Seniors Top Marshallite Honor Roll Sophomores Place Next; Juniors, Frosh Follow; Girls Edge Boys 97-35 "Seniors led the classes on the John Marshall honor roll for the first grading period this term," announced Miss Nellie Henson, Registrar. Next came the sophomores, juniors, and freshmen, she reported. The girls edged the boys 97-35. The honor students are listed as follows: Seniors 12H1—Harriet Baggett, Randolph Daniel, Ralph Dillard, William Vick; 12H2—Betsy Mason; 12H3—Albert Rice, Salem Wilson; 12L1 —Shelby Broughton, Allen Brown, Kenneth Burke, Catherine Byrnes, Joan Cheek, Diana Deering, Pat Doggett, James Dodl, Betty Harrison, Pat Hubbard, Mildred Shearin, Phyllis Sherrod, Richard Walden, Carole Wyman, Barbara Austin; 12L2—Jimmy Dranchak, Watsey Curtis; 12L3 —John Corr, Beverly Davidson; 12L4—Mary Alice Beene; Eugene Crumpton, Horace Curlis, Phyllis Mahanes, Kay Ownby; 12L5 —Judith Ross, Joan Thomas; 12L6 —Lillian Daniel, Beverly Gotschalk, Marie Harrison, Doc Land...

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