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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 3, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Mem bep "|pH| EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR Billy Ballou Managing Editor Editorials LUCILE PALMER FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY News Editor Jeanette McConnell Make-Up Editor Mary Ellen Johnson Sports Editor Sam Rudlin Sport Writers James Frances, Lesly Banks Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor , Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette Special Writers Katherine Sergeant GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld. EDITORIAL SECRETARY—Kath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

UN'S PHYSICS CLASSES VISIT BYRDIMPORT Many Mysteries Of The Airplane Are Explained; Pupils Try To Operate Planes Having been previously arranged, several industrious pupils of Mr. Galvin's Physics I class met at Richard Evelyn Byrd airport Sunday at times varying from two-thirty to four, although the appointed l time was threethirty. Our honorable teacher immediately began his instructions which were all thoroughly understood, especially by the girls (??) The pupils liked the action of the cylinders with their timing, or rather method of "firing" in 1-3-5-7 and then 2-4-6 8. The method that the machine gun bullets would be shot through the propellor shaft sy.r.cronized with the action of the motor claimed the interest of many. Wihdie looking at the wings and elevators, the class was forced to stop and cbnsole Curtis Wheat, who was crying because he saw the blood andl feathers of a poor little bird which had been smashed against one wing. Then the brave class ventured to the cockpit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

PAGE POUR Notice! Will all persons wishing to "try-out" for the Monocle Revue please report 19 Room 104 after school Thursday. TRACK CAPTAINCY ED B* TAyiOR Has Two Awards From Virginia Literary And Athletic Society; Has Nine Letters It is pretty definitely decided that Henry "Head" Taylor will again captain this year's track team, unless he is elected captain of baseball, in which case he will resign the captaincy of the track team, and take over the reins of the baseball squad. "Head", as he is more commonly known, has a record in High School to make any boy proud. It is not known exactly when Henry came to High School. He refuses to tell. When asked, he replied that that was better left unsaid. This does not cast any reflections on "Head's" scholastic ability, for it is the opinion of most, that while he may hang on for the sake of athletics, he is good. Since coming to John Marshall, Henry has been awarded nine letters and captained two teams. Henry has four of the much sought af...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

It May Seem Strange But. . . By CHARLIE TINSLEY, JR. I heard from one of Mr. Jarman's pupils that he gives some right complicated problems. One of his easy ones is: If a ship can run fifty miles per hour, a:.d the wind is blowing against it forty miles an hour, how long is the Captain's cabin? Work this one by either revision or multification. Mr Beverly: "What are you reporting on?" Pupil: "I was goi g to report on prohibition." Mr. Beverly: "But you found it so dry that you gave it up. Is that it?" I bet he was all wet, don't you? A certain couple of beys were rather excited about last Thursday and Friday nights. And why not? Do some of you seniors realize that we have only three mo ths more before it's all over? I wonder if you are glad or sad? To tell the truth it's hard to decide isn't it? It can't be long now before the ole boat trip will "be had". All se iors that have not paid their dues had better do so. Guess it would be a good idea for me to pay mine while they are paying...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 April 1930

pace sr* Club Ch ACE-HIGH Frances Morris's home was the abode of the Atfes on Saturday night, March 23. Everyone reports a bouncing good time, especially Pearl, who took a flying leap frcm the pia o stool. After the "goodies" a business meeting was held and several plans for the future were made. Right now each member is anticipating the arrival of her new uniform. Watch for the black a~d white! MONX DATES The Monx bowled the Gamma Taus last Thui-sday. They're coming along fine. Captai.-. Anthony has stai-ted a jumping class. These athletics! I-D-M-A The Idma Club wishes to welcome the new Alpha Phi's into the group of boys' clubs in John Marshall. They wish them success—plenty of it! Have you seen the Idma bowling team? So far they have defeated both the Gamma Tau and the Saint Clubs ar.d have not lost a game. CHIC NEWS The Chic affairs are quite complicated. The president, Anne Wilbor.% graduated in February and Doris Ballou took charge. She recently stopped school, but the Chics ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

Track Meet Friday Vol. 111. No. 6. SOUND PICTURES OF CADETS MADE Last Monday week, at 12:30 o'clock, the cadets of John Marshall fell in for their trip to Byrd Park to have their pictures taken by Pathe Photophone. After an inspection on the drill floor JO f the Grays' Armory, the companies marched in a column to Seventh and Bioad Streets, to take ( cars for the park. Arrived at the western terminus of the line they detrained, reorganized, ar.d marched to the boating lake in Byrd Park. Here after a short wait, they paraded to the athletic field an here formed in a column of platoons preparatory to marching on the camera. Then, much to their chagrin, the notice came that the sound machine •was broken and that a considerable amount of time would be required to repair it. Asked whether they would rather await some further date or stay on indefinitely at the field, the cadets declared for the latter. News came that all was in readiness for the pictures, and the band started forward. But...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 8, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Member) EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR Billy Ballou Managing Editor Editorials LUCILE PALMER FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY News Editor Jeanette McConnell Make-Up Editor Mary Ellen Johnson Sports Editor Sam Rudlin Sport Writers James Frances, Lesly Banks Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette Special Writers Katherine Sergeant .GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, David Carr, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Malcolm Murrill, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld. EDITORIAL SECRETARY—Katherine E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

Tardy Students Offer Excuses Why are mother's little darlings so often late ? It is just provoking. Why the excuses they make are so original that it would keep you going to find new ones! Cars are frequently crowded and will not stop for one person. He must ride two or three blocks farther, and then more minutes are wasted when two or three blocks are added. Street cars just will get tied up and make you late when you are hustling to get to school on time. Then a very bright pupil says h'll get Dad to take him to school. Lo and behold! Bang! "You just can't drive a car on flat tires!" The engine knows exactly the very day and hour you don't want it to get out of whack. Ting-a-ling-ling! "'There goes that old alarm!" Out the window the clock must go. Then the little ones toddle in with their eyes blinking with too much sleeip. "Mother, why didn't you wake me up?" is a very much overworked question. Next in order comes the sentence, "Nobody would wake me." Unique excuses come now and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

PAGE FOUR William And Mary Freshmen Defeat Justice Thinclads Capturing eight first places and a total of sixty-nine points, William and Mary Freshmen defeated the John iMarshall track team, winning their annual tilt by a score of sixty- nine to thirty-nine. The Indian Freshmen broke their former records in both the shot put and the pole vault. The former with !■ a distance of forty-five feet; the lat- ! ter with a jump of ten feet, six inches. McKeown, William and Mary, was high point man for the day with three first places, a total of fifteen points. Piatt Bullard, one of the best >milers John Marshall has ever produced, took first place in both the mile and half mile. Considering the exceptionally strong squad the Fershmen had, the Justices made a very good showing. Coach Ewing is optimistic about results when his outfit meets other prep and high schools. Summary: 100 yard dash—Won by MdXeown, W&M; second, Beach, W&M; third, Libby, J.M.; time 10....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

It May Seem Strange But. . . By CHARLIE XINSLEY, JR. The cadets had a most enjoyable day last Mondlajy when they had a screen test taken. Although the corps had a long wait, they madle a most impressive showing. It won't be long before the government will be visiting us for another inspection. The units are working right faithfully for a good grade. I might say that after this inspection the corps will settle down to work for the competitive drill in June. Little "Jack" Parker is back in? town; so is her brother, but we notiile that new atmospheres did not add any height to the little "earthworm." Even though you couldn't support your team last week-end, you can show your school spirit a:,d back them up in the future. If the senior class can put on a senior play that will equal the Junior Stunt Nite the year will be complete for them. I believe we can equal them, but it will take some hard work. The Record has a rather tfark subject for its next cumber. Don't ycu think? "Waddy" Stua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1930

PAGE SIX IMP NOTES Discovered. .. .a way to keep those IMPishly talkative IMPS quiet.... they have installed strict parliamentary form....and oh man, is it enforced !.... Deep silence reigned at the meeting o Tuesday... .for two whole mi utes Seriously... .They find this system very efficient. much work is accomplished.... and after-school-dates don't have to wait half so long! Much glee is in the offing....a big house party... .April 17 and 18.... overnight affair .Tear. Wilson'^ cabin... .fond memories of the last ..one great 'anticipativeness' 'how's that for an expressive word ... and a wonderful way to begi.; ths» Easter holiday. Just can't get over the new crder in the meeting time was when that bunch could be heard all thp way down to Miss Edith's r00m.... ah... .but row peace and quiet remains. .. .until someone brings up n vexatious question.... but even then ....Emmy pops up and reprimand' the recrea t:... .when they don't address the chair... .Much glee. we are getting al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

Easter Holidays Begin Tomorrow Vol 111. No. 7. ENTIRE HISTORY OF SENIOR CUSS REVIEWED 111 BRIE Four years ago, the present senior class began its history. In September, 1926, Miss Eunice Gill was elected sponsor of the class. The officers were elected too, and were as follows: Reva Miller, President; Robert Crenshaw, Vice-President; Robert Davidson, Secretary; Taliaferro Thompson, Treasurer; Louise Satterwhite, Reporter. A picnic to Bryan Park, and several parties occurred during that year. At the beginning of the sophomore year the following officers were elected: President, Mclllwaine Thompson, Vice-President, Mary Henshaw; Secretary, Taliaferro Thompson, Treasurer, Mary Higgins; Reporter, Vera Spears, Historian, Katherine Eilers. During the year the class had two dances, one the sophomoresenior dance, the other a dance given just for the sophomores. There were two picnics, and a college play which was quite successful. During this year the class met twice a week. Miss Gill had to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

PAGE TWO : THE MONOCLE '<■ Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF [ JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL I Richmond, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 3, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR Billy Ballou Managing Editor Editorials LUCILLE PALMER FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY News Editor Jeanette McConnell Make-Up Editor Mary Ellen Johnson Assistant Frances Folkes Sports Editor Sam Rudlin Sport Writers James Franees, Lesly Banks ( Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette Special Writer Katherine Sergeant GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld. EDITORIAL SECRETARY—K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

CUSS PACT FOUNDED BY MAHALLITES Contemporaneous with the Paris Peace Pact comes the great Cuss Pact up at school. Great affairs are shadowed in the lives of all. Four seniors in Miss Cross' home room have formed a cuss pact. These seniors are to be commended for their good efforts to purify the school. Miss Margaret Proctor is the leader in this movement and her pact with Grace Baldwin was the first made. Several more were forthcoming. It is to be hoped that this movement will revolutionize the school for the good. The original pact is printed below: "From this day, April 7, 1930, and henceforth, up to and including Friday, April 11, 1930, the undersigned agree to refrain from all profa e expressions; namely, censored, censored, censored, censored, censored, and for each violation tfhereunto, the said parties agree to pay the other party, the sum of one cent. Also the said parties agree that the penalty for crossing the said parties' knees shall be one cent. The exceptions to these ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

PAGE FOUR - JUSTICE NINE DOWNS SPIDER FROSH RICHMOND FROSH DOMED BY WHITE ID BLUE TEiM Taylor and Yorke Make Sensational Play to Win Game The strong Justice nine has attached its second scalp to their belts in so many games. They defeated an old rival, Richmond Frosh, Wednesday afternoon at the University Stadium. • Although the Justice team played a cracking good brand of ball, the ccol weather detracted interest from the game. The men performing on the cinder path also caused a lack of interest in baseball. Wednesday was the meet for the Freshmen versus the Varsity teams of Richmond University. Much more enthusiasm was shown over the trackmen than over the players. Henry Taylor's good pitching and the fine support accorded him, won for the Justices an easy game, 12 to 4. Taylor struck out thirteen There were few exciting moments in the game. Once as Charlie Shade had made a wild throw to Stewart at third, Taylor rushed over and took the ball on a rebound from the stand and threw h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

It May Seem Strange But. . . By CHARLIE TINSLEY, JR. "Head" Taylor had a most enjoyable trip to W. & M. with the track team last • week. This includes all, even his pulled ligament. William and Mary certainly treated the track team swell last Friday. Plenty food, plenty good looking girls, and plenty mean when it comes to a track meet. I wonder how many of us realize that the Easter holidays are "just around the corner" ? Better be on the lookout for early tests, too, cause you're sho gonna get 'em! The cadet corps may have an offspring when the new school opens. Here's hoping them success, and challenging them to "try to beat" the one and only. Someone has the idea that it would be a good plan for the juniors and seniors to attend the Thomas Jefferson High School and let the Freshmen and Sophomores "have" John Marshall. Just like saying "well, seniors, you've made J. M. after many years hard labor so we'll take charge now and let you make Thomas Jefferson. We'll let you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 April 1930

PAGE SIX PEP'MINT Peps Crews, Wood and Richardson have been seen on tennis courts this season. Wonder what attraction Byrd Park has? Pep Davis is stepping out—where, who and why ? The Peps went to see Frences about a week ago. By the way, they are expecting her back with them soon again. There isn't much excitement at present but the thought of house parties and luncheons keep them from getting a "turrible" attack of Spring Fever. MONX The Monx are just bowling along Thursday nite proved to be quite an interesting one. Heap much fun! DUCKIE DINNER Oh, what a progressive dinner the Duckies had Saturday night! "Sandwiches" at Liz's, cakes and drinks at Mary Ellen's, and candy, peanuts, and what not at Jo's—What not is right! With such a bunch of boys and girls, eats, and good music, who wouldn't have fun? Wonder why Frances Folkes and Lawrence Hicks Good tobacco in a That's what you want! WHY do you hunt high and low and everywhere, when all the time here is good tobacco waiting to be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1930

Get Your Ticket For Midsummer Nights Dream Vol. 111. No. 8. FINING TOUCHES ON SPRING Pllf NOW UNDER WAV TVI a ny Beautiful Costumes, Expressive Musical Score Selected The presentation of the Shakespearian comedy, Midsummer Nights' Dream, by John Marshall pupils will be given on May 8, 9, and 10. Finishing touches are being added to this delightful comedy. Many of the beautiful costumes are being made by the mothers of members of the cast under the supervision of Miss Horner and Miss Berry. Titania, Queen of the fairies, will wear a blue georgette gown and her attendants will be dressed in Grecian gowns of green and gold. A Hindoo Prince will be resplendent in a coat and head-dress of rose and white with trousers of silver. The principals' costumes have been ordered from an out-of-town firm. Mr. Mercer says that most of the music which the orchestra will play on the night of the presentation of Midsummer Night's Dream has been chosen. Selections will be played from Mendelssohn's inci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Va. at Richmond, Va., under Act of Sept. 3, 1879. Herald-Progress Print, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Member] EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE EDITOR Billy Ballou Managing Editor Editorials LUCILLE PALMER FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY News Editor Jeanette McConnell Make-Up Editor „ Mary Ellen Johnson Assistant Frances Folkes Sports Editor ! Sam Rudlin Sport Writers James Frances, Lesly Banks Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Assistant Club Editor Mary Anne Guy Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer v Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic : Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette Special Writer Katherine Sergeant GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld. EDITORIAL SECRETARY—Katherine Eilers BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Bob Allen ADVERTISI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1930

EMINENT tun OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY GRANTS INTERVIEW Angelo Patri, Writer Of "Our Children" Is Delightful Speaker (By Clarice Robinson) Dr. Angelo Patri, eminent psychologist, is leaning over the rostrum before which he has just been speaking. He is a dignified gentleman, small in stature, and has a high intellectual forehead surmounted by snowy white hair. A quiet smile plays about his face reminding one of the gentle humor that pervaded his speech, just over. His speech had been on the adolescent child, a subject with which he is thoroughly familiar, since child psychology is his specialty. His column which appears in the Richmond Times-Dis-patch is called "Our Children." After he has shaken hands with several members of his delighted audience, he grants an interview to the Monocle reporter. He even introduces her to one of his friends and says with mock pride; "She is going to write about me for a newspaper." Upon learning of the size of John Marshall, he said, "Large schools are ver...

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