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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

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Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

Page Four Justices Blast Tee Jay; Go For District Title Tomorrow Final Contest of Season Expected to Be Sellout With all eyes on their district and city league clash, to see who would take the inside position to both titles, John Marshall's high flying Justices completely dominated play to take a 63-50 victory over T.J. February 19. Outplaying the Jeffs in every department, the Justices, led by Larry Rauppius, jumped into district leadership as a result of their win. Playing before the largest crowd of the season at Gray's Armory, the Justices jumped to a 16-10 lead in the first quarter, due mainly to the floor work of Harry Goode and the long push shots of Larry Rauppius. After the blasting start the Justices continued to roll, as they continued to out rebound, out shoot, and out fight the heretofore classy Jeffs. In the second quarter the Jeffs switched out of their failing all court press into sliding 2-3 zone. This defense proved a failure also, mainly because of the Justices' s...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

March i, 1954 The Chatterbox Let's Glance Ba By Bobbie Butler Hello again Marshallites, Just for fun let's turn back the pages of The Monocle about 25 years and glance at some of the events that made headlines then. How would you have liked being a senior in '29? For their class party they took til an excursion down the James River. Those lucky stiffs! Of course, they had their tough breaks too. Even then they had to struggle through Macbeth. When ft came to dates, any boy was considered quite the stuff if he could sport his girl around in a '29 Roadster. I bet those rumble seats were some fun. Real cool, eh ? Maybe your parents will remember The Lone Wolf's Daughter starring Bert Lytell and Gertrude Olmstead which was billed as an all-talking comedy at the Byrd Theater. As that year rolled around talking movies became a real sensation, just as 3-D and Cinemascope have revolutionized the movie industry today. In those days students had their love problems just as they do now. Perhap...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

Page Six First Editor-in-Chief of The Monocle Wins Fame Before and After Graduation From John Marshall "If he succeeds elsewhere as he has succeeded here, we hope the summer White House will be ready by the time he becomes President." This prophecy appeared in the 1929 Marshallite beside the picture of Frank Johnson McCarthy, Jr., outstanding senior and first editor-in-chief of The Monocle. The seniors of the class of '29 perhaps did not realize how nearly their prophecy would be fulfilled. Although Frank McCarthy has never become president, he no doubt entered the White House many times while serving as assistant Secretary of State under Byrnes. He was the youngest man ever to hold this position. The first editor-in-chief of The I riifjjft" ill Bk Bi * 9 W I s Jm ; |w|i' ; Jft I ip' ffiß Above is the planning committee in charge of the five-chapter installation of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization officers which took place yesterday. They are (left to right) Bernie Bogin, Sander Marg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

March i, 1954 School Newspapers Will Hold Clinic Saturday, March 6 A newspaper clinic for the city's school newspapers is slated for Saturday, March 6, 1954, at Thomas Jefferson High School. Classes will run from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Three periods, each an hour and a half long, are planned. In each period there will be four classes, which will study subjects of importance to members of school newspapers and other people interested in journalism. -The clinic is designed to show ways to improve the newspapers, their school, and public relations. There will be talks on the various types of writing and on how to increase circulation. The topics will be general, due to the differences in organization of the various papers. Speakers will be invited from daily newspapers of Richmond. In preparation, also, is a student discussion class. The advisors of the participating schools are expected to talk on several of the subjects. For several weeks previous to the clinic, a guidance committee ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1954

Page Eight Rifle Team of Corps of Cadets Experiencing Rebuilding Year Among J. M.'s lesser known activities is the rifle team of the Corps of Cadets Although the team is having one of its leanest years, it has made quite a reputation for itself. Rebuilding is its biggest job now, since four of the top five graduated in February. The team has lost matches to Staunton Military Academy, George Washington High School of Alexandria, and Benedictine, all scores being exceptionally close. Last year a victory over the freshman team of the University of Virginia brought them a steak dinner. The primary aim of the activity is to teach the proper care, use, and handling of firearms. The boys learn how to put the gun together, clean it, and fire it properly. It also gives them a chance to participate in something that would otherwise involve tremendous expense. The team has matches at home and away with numerous schools with Senior Entertains At V alentine Dance Doc Landers, a senior in 105, re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1954

John Marshall Takes State Championship at Arlington SILVER JUBILEE XXV No. 10 Marshallite Is Elected President JM's Chapter Has Regional Sponsors Returning from the regional convention at Mary Washington College, the Jayem chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America really "brought home the bacon." Royce Crowe lit the red candle, signifying the duties of her office, after ■ JOYCE CROWE being unanimously elected regional president. Since the chapter having the regional president automatically has the regional sponsor, Mrs. Mary B. McGinty and Miss Ella B. Rouzie are now co-sponsors of the MWC region. Program chairmen, when you need a speaker, just call on Watsey Curtis. According to the decision of the judges of the speech contest at the convention, Watsey is the best speaker in all the FBLA chapters in the MWC region. Watsey spoke on the part of the FBLA creed that states the idea that "every young person should prepare himself for a useful occupation and that he should carry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1954

Page Two We're All Fouled Up The headline of this editorial is a bit disconcerting, but nonetheless quite true. We've got a good thing at Jayem in the form of school spirit and sportsmanship, but in the application of them we've given rise to misconceptions. The school spirit, beautifully apparent during a losing football season and a winning basketball season, was suddenly lost at a recent evening show in the school auditorium. Why, at a social function, should certain school leaders in sportsmanship and school spirit stop practicing what they've been preaching while they carried the ball so beautifully (speaking both literally and figuratively) at sport functions? Is school spirit a thing just for the football field and basketball court; or should it be a standing rule like manners, not put on, but a part of the individual? Everyone interviewed on the subject, including three Jayem coaches, feels that school spirit and a Marshallite are synonymous. Coach Hollingsworth, stating tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1954

March 18, 1954 Justices Defeat G.W., Hampton, Glass—Take State Title Teamwork Plays Large Part In Drive to the Championship Over 3,200 screaming fans packed the Arlington gymnasium to watch the John Marshall Justices win the state championship by overwhelming E. C. Glass 49-45. Jayem was superbly balanced in all phases of the game, as they dominated play by excellent rebounding, shooting, and ball-handling. The Hilltoppers, defending state champions, were behind by as much as eleven points at one time. As in the regular season, bench strength meant victory for the Justices. Unlike the John Marshall team, Glass was weakened when key-players had to be benched because of fouls. Jayem used eight players, any five with equal success. The blue-and white's defense was magnificent, as they stuck like glue to the fast Hilltoppers. Using a man for man defense, Harry Lee Goode and Larry Rauppius did a skillful job on Glass's two stars, Kendall White and Wistar Nelligan. Nelligan scored most of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1954

Page Four Jay em Senior Girls Model New Clothes At Fashion Show The Distributive Education Class presented a fashion show, Fashionable and Talented, at 8 p.m., March 5 in the auditorium. Miss Martha Brayton from Miller and Rhoads Department Store moderated the five scenes depicting newest fashions for Spring. Representatives from every senior homeroom took part in the program. In several scenes, the models were pleased to have male escorts to the center of the stage. In the first scene, gym-suit clad girls discussed the old-fashioned play clothes they had been wearing for such a long time. After Doc Lander's rendition of Everwhere I Wander and Faith Can Move Mountains, senior girls modeled the latest word in play clothes. Claudette Owen received some wolf calls for her white, one piece bathing suit as she walked across the stage to the strains of music by a string trio consisting of Marie Harrison, Beverly Gotschalk, and Peggy Ware, with Peggy Yarbrough at the piano. School clothes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1954

SILVER JUBILEE XXV No. 11 aHjj^HKggk ■HW Jpr jjiM fHHMHP jHiHf ■ irnikJm WmM JBUBH^. 18. , fIBHKi; ' X ' S ' "4B| ra| MMt. ag Hn 111 8: —JMMtofe .-''J |||ji ; ; :'Mfo&;., Ila§; i^-?< ? '' vWl * -4 „ ?| |p ' f . ' JM Students Begin Fingerprinting Here Fingerprinting of approximately 34,000 students in the Richmond Public School System began Wednesday of last week at John Marshall. Under the supervision of the Student Association, Miss Raffo and Miss Hart, the project got under way in homeroom 12H1 during second recess. Charlotte Robertson, president of the S.A. was the first to volunteer to have her prints made. I Mr. Bernard L. Whitlock, clerk of the Richmond Police Department identification office, was on hand at first to direct the process which will eventually include all students at John Marshall. After this, all pupils in the city will be fingerprinted to give the school system a means of positive identification. In case of disaster or emergency, this ide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1954

Page Two The Man Behind It The American people are a wonderful, crazy bunch, there's no denying it. In naming a few of their good points the adjective consistent would surely be included. Divide the word into good and bad consistencies and start categorying the American clan. Under good consistencies would come paying our income tax, burying the dead, going to school, and taking days off to observe different holidays important to the folks of the United States. Bad consistencies would include the crime rate, the accident rate, not doing your homework, and the way that the Americans celebrate their holidays. To illustrate the last remark pick any holiday that comes to mind. You say Easter? Every year Easter comes. With it comes a vacation from school, a new hat, a corsage from that certain someone ( or you want to know the reason why), and a trip to the church of your choice. Now, if someone gave us five bucks and said go buy a box of candy, for instance, we'd doubtless be delighted,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1954

April i, 1954 Justices Open Baseball Season Against TJ Tomorrow Veterans, Newcomers Lead JM Baseball season has finally arrived as the Justices open their season tomorrow against Thomas Jefferson at Shawen Field at 3:45. It seems the tournament fever has really hit Jay-Em as the baseball team, taking their cue from the basketball team, are already talking about the baseball tournament at Mt. Vernon. The team expects to start their push for the Central District crown with a win over Tee Jay tomorrow. John Marshall has a 16-game schedule with 10 of them counting in district play. They also have two games with the Richmond College freshmen and four extra games with district schools. The Justice team will be led by an array of veterans from last year s team. In the starting lineup will be co-captains Whitey Robinson and Harry Lee Goode, centerfielder and catcher respectively. Coach Thompson will probably nominate Sonny Stewart as his starting pitcher, with Junie Wyatt and David Bishop i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1954

Page Four |^» : ..m jh iw t 'JP X, jfe. * Mfe, ifH ■»:: jig? \ f$P jy ■^felsyf Hp- :ps \ ffiiffa rfaflL BH^M*jg Pictured above are students in costume for the Gilbert and Sullivan production, HMS Pinafore, which will be presented at John Marshall High School on the evenings of April 9 and ID. Driving Teachers Have Jitters; Students Have D "Right in the head!" And the shin bone we might add, for these are not only famous words of comedian Jackie Gleason, but also an often repeated action in the John Marshall driving classes when nervous beginners forget and slam on the brakes. It is thoroughly agreed that students can do some mighty stupid things when they get excited. For example, one pupil started out giving signals with the right hand, while another who had twisted her arm with the palm of her hand upward frantically complained she couldn't give a stop signal. Then too, there are the backward kids who can drive better in reverse than forward. Besides being funny, however, this par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1954

SILVER JUBILEE XXV No. 12 Senior Is Recipient Of Award KennethßurkeGets Second Scholarship On Monday, April 5, Kenneth Burke proved to John Marshall that a wise choice was made in allowing him to be the school's representative in the University of Richmond-WRVA radio scholarship contest. Having already received a $l5O scholarship to the University of Richmond by being selected to participate, Kenneth boosted amount to $350 when he took top honors in the quar-ter-finals. He was competing against James T. Rice of Hermitage and Roger Goodson of Fluvanna. Now he is looking forward to the next step which is a chance at a S6OO scholarship. If he wins that, he will try later for a SI,OOO award. Questions Were Tough Before considering that, though, one should take a look at the type of questions and answers which put him this far. When asked about the nature of the questions, Kenneth replied, "Well, they were mostly tricky and required a little bit of thought and figuring." He confessed tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1954

Page Two Do They Deserve It?? A major issue in recent legislation, both national and local, is the question of the school teacher's salary. It is admittedly quite low for the 1954 standard of living, and the majority of Marshallites feel it should be raised. There are those who maintain that since teachers work from 9 to 3 and have two and a half months vacation, they get plenty of money. Back comes the retort that teachers have to correct papers until all hours and stay after school to help students with work or extra-curricular activities. With today's average teenager somewhat of a psychological case, as many feel, teachers are expected to meet this newborn, atomic age situation, and turn back to the harassed, working parent or guardian, a child of ideal behavior, cleansed of all complexes inherited by him at his atomic age birth. Back in the old days, the teacher held his chalk in one hand and a stick in the other, thus able to teach and combat trouble without stopping either. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1954

April 29, 1954 Justices to Meet Jeffs Tomorrow Nite at Parker Feild J ay em W Over Hopewell And Springers Justices Lead in City And Central District The Jayem nine defeated the previously unbeaten Hopewell team by the score of 2-1 at Hotchkiss Field two weeks ago. Right-hander Ralph Butler, up from last year's junior varsity, gave up but two hits while collecting his first win as a varsity hurler. The Hopewell Blue Devils rallied in the sixth inning on a double by shortstop Jimmy Williamson. After being sacrificed to third. Williamson attempted to score on a squeeze play. This was foiled when Butler pitched out and catcher Harry Goode made the tag. This victory was the Justices' third victory in District competition against no defeats. They also lead in the city race. Jayem, behind the masterful pitching of Sonny Stewart, won its fourth consecutive game by outlasting Highland Springs, 2-1 at Hotchkiss two weeks ago. The tight score was not a true indication of the game as Coach Tomm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1954

Page Four Educational Progra Prepares Students for Future What goes on on the first, second, and third floors of the Marshall Building? This is the fourth of such articles about courses, classes, and facilities at John Marshall. Many students depend entirely on J know how that is needed in earning Mrs. Ellett, head of the business department, says that she is trying to make pupils realize the importance of their work now in regard to their outside work. In her office, 107/4, there is a mimeograph machine on which typing students first experiment with their ability to use office equipment In addition to this, Mrs. Ellett, along with Mrs. Sessler, Miss Raffo, Miss Fowlkes, and others, teach shorthand and typing. The Monocle, in 104, and the Record, in 114, supply the students with ample space in which to prove themselves good writers. Mr. Mooney, who is The Monocle adviser, says that he often finds excellent talent in his class. In 209 Miss Peple teaches a subject which all students s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1954

SILVER JUBILEE XXV No. 13 Scientific PTSA Fair To Be Held Pupils' Exhibits Displayed May 21 A science fair will make up the program lor the semi-annual PTSA meeting Friday, May 21, in the auditorium at 8 o'clock. After a short business meeting, parents, teachers, and students will visit various classrooms to view exhibits prepared by the students and teachers of the science classes. Edward Wiles and Bryant Sherron, under the direction of Mrs. Mary Warriner, head of the science department, will serve as co-chairmen for the physics exhibit. Among the many physics exhibits will be an airplane, made by Edward Wiles, a finalist in the State Talent search contest; a device for measuring the speed of sound, made by Don Bendall, also a finalist in the State contest; a bicycle equipped with a motor, made by Donald Johnson; a crystal radio set, prepared by Kenneth Burke; a photo-electric cell and electronic circuit, assembled by Paul Genler; and an experiment in pressure and vacuums by Stan H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1954

Page Two Your Name in Print When we first peeped into room 104, we wondered about the clicking typewriters, high pitched voices, and the general attitude of fun. "Can this be a part of Dear Old John Marshall?" we asked. "It's so different from everything else around here." It is different, all right. That crazy-mixed-up room is what is known as the Press Room, where The Monocle is born. Our ambition was then to become a part of this room, to produce a newspaper, to read our name in print. Years passed, and we realized that Ihe Monocle and its sisterpublications, The Record and The Marshallite, were not only important to us but to many high schools throughout the South. We read in the Richmond newspapers that we were winning the highest honors and awards in the Soutern Interscholastic Press Association. "Journalism must be great!" we exclaimed. But not until we graduate, will we realize what a wonderful foundation our journalism experiences have given us. In every occupation, busines...

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