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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1954

Ma Y i 3» ! 954 Petersburg to Be Next Foe for John Marshall Tomorrow Jayem Toppled From District Lead by Losses " Springers Defeat J.M. In Payoff Game 5 to 0 Highland Springs defeated John Marshall 5 to 0 Saturday, May 8. The loss gave the Justices a 7 and 3 final district record and left them in second place behind the Springers. Their only loss was to Jayem earlier in the season. Highland Springs got off to a fast start on pitcher Sonny Stewart by gathering two runs in the first inning. The Justices fell victim to their shabby fielding as they committed numerous costly errors. Wayne Land, who lost to Jayem previously, pitched excellent ball. Harry Lee Goode was the only Justice to get two hits. In the fifth inning a violent protest arose over a question of ground rules on a close play at the plate. On a wild pitch Junie Wyatt tried to score from third base. A relay caught Wyatt, but the whole Jayem team contended that the ball was out of play. From this point the game was played u...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1954

Page Four Booklet Published, Gives Information) To Young Workers The Attendance Department of the Richmond Public Schools has recently published a booklet for working students. The cover of Our World of Work was designed by Juanita Austin, a senior and member of Miss Hall's art class. Juanita's idea was a world globe surrounded by the young people of tomorrow. This pamphlet has been dedicated to the teen-agers of Richmond, because they are the future citizens of Our World of Work. Under the supervision of Miss Rosalie Harper, this pamphlet has been published to acquaint the youth with the Child Labor Law of Virginia. Work is essential to everybody, because the booklet says "a job well done gives us a great sense of satisfaction, stimulates us to put forth our best efforts, and creates team work with our fellowmen." The Child Labor Law was passed to protect the youth. This pamphlet gives valuable information regarding the law, about securing and renewing a working permit, qualificati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1954

SILVER JUBILEE XXV No. 14 Radar Soon To Be Used By Police Students Attend Press Conference "The Press Meets the Accident" was the subject of the recent press conference held by the Richmond Area Safety Council on May 13. ,The panel consisted of experienced accident investigators from the State Police, Richmond Police, and Henrico County Police. Also attending was one of Richmond's most experienced ambulance drivers. Mr. Phillips, state policeman, said, "The situation in the state today faces each one of us. We find that the situation becomes so appalling that we have turned an instrument made for the benefit of man into an instrument of death." 904 Deaths Last Year He reported that last year the state suffered 904 traffic deaths, not especially due to excessive speeding but »largely by foolish actions. He concluded by saying that there are three "e's" in driving—education, enforcement, and engineering. Major Hanna, of the Traffic Department in Richmond, stated, "During my experience...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1954

Page Two Will It Work ? A bomb shell hit Richmond May 17. Segregation, declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, was ended in the public schools. Students, puzzled at first, realized there would be many changes. Varied comments drifted across the halls along with a neverending, never-answered series of questions. Naturally, in a city of the Old South, the decision shook Richmond. Readjustment would be forthcoming, and old and young would be directly affected by the change. However, no matter what personal opinions any of us have, it is law, and law must be obeyed. It is wise to remember that the nine members of the Supreme Court were unanimous in their decision. These men weren't voting according to their personal tastes, whatever they may have been. They were interpreting the Constitution of this nation, written nearly two hundred years ago. Whatever the answer may be, it is up to the white people and the Negroes alike to keep this new situation from resulting in a racial rio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1954

Ma y 27, 1954 Justices Final Contest Will Choose District Champ Hermitage, Springers To Play Under Arcs John Mrshall's baseball team, having finished its regular city league games, coasted to the city championship as the Hermitage Panthers defeated Highland Springs 3-0 at Her- mitage. Out of contention, the Panthers played their best game of the season, as they defeated the inspired Springers in a sound fashion. Led by the pitching and hitting of Ray Shore along with fine defensive play of the entire Hermitage team, the Panthers wrapped up the game in the second inning as they knocked out Paul Smith, the starting pitcher for ■* Highland Springs, in gaining two runs. Thus with their fourth loss in city competition, the Springers fell out of the Justices. District Title on Line With JM's final Central District record at 7-3 and Highland Springs's at 5-2, the Springers's final game with Hermitage tomorrow will decide who goes to the State Tournament at Mt. Vernon. , If Hermitage wins i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1954

Page Four HONOR ROLL Second Marking Period, February—June, 1954 12H1 104 11H3 113 10H8 205W Austin, Barbara Brown, Janet Hite, Ramon Austin, Juanita Harrison, Shirley Hartman, Joanne Burke, Kenneth 11H4 302 . Wright, Pat Byrnes, Catherine Goldsby, Nancy 10H9 307W Cheek, Joan Grimm, Frances Burke, Shirley Deering, Diana 11H5 106 Denzler, Ellen Frages, Mary Harris, Cary Lcc ,„, u - Garber, Mary Ellen Y arbrough, Peggy , 10 " 10 105 " Griggs, Kathenne Johnson, Betty Grow, Jane Merrill, Billy Harrison, Betty Crosier, Leo Morrison, Naomi Hubbard, Pat Margolis, Sander 10HH , 03W Pole, Charlotte 11H7 114 Barton, Cline Walden, Richard A S ee » J amcs Burch, Helen 12H2 111 Church, John Daniels, Billie Childress, Betty Jo. Richart, David Harvey, Erma Corriea, Betty 11H8 304 10L1 206W Curtis, Watsey Ormond, Jean Traylor, Rocky Dranchak, James McCutcheon, Eileen Ellis, Judy Smith, Barbara 11H9 205 Johnson, Johnny Stone, Betty Kerneklian, Mickey 10L2 308VV 12H3 209 UHII oil Hatch, David Carr Ann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1954

TELE 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVI No. 1 PTSAHoIds Its Session October 1 Students To Dance As Parents Visit Getting acquainted is the theme of the first Parent-Teacher-Student-Asso-ciation meeting to be tomorrow evening at 7:50. The opening session will be in the auditorium with the Invocation by the Reverend J. A. Crosier. The choir, under the direction of Mr. Troxell, will render two selections. "One God," by Drake-Shirl and Wilson and "Serenade #3," from the Student Prince by Romberg and Scotson. Following a short meeting, each parent will follow a 12-minute schedule of his child's classes. Here the teacher will present the plans for the term and try to explain the course to the parents. Parents may ask questions to gain a better knowledge of what is expected of each student. While the parents are visiting classrooms, students will be at a dance in the Wythe gym. Claude Estes and his band will play for the dance. Miss Deal heart, librarian, is chairman of the dance committee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1954

Page Two School Days With sleepy eyes, sun-tanned faces, and a summer full of fun and excitement behind us, we are once more faced with school days. The summer has been swell, the late-sleeping, marvelous, and that carefree feeling, wonderful; but the time has come to tuck those things in our memory and look to the year ahead. Reluctantly we pick up our books and make a silent resolution that this year we will study hard and make good grades. How many of us keep this resolution by really trying? Right now we are facing the greatest opportunity we will ever have —the opportunity to learn. We should take advantage of this and make the most of our school years. Some of us are happy as long as we get by on our grades. This may be all right now, but later we will wish we had worked harder. None of us realizes just how much our future depends on what we have accomplished in school. Years after we have graduated, perhaps when our whole future is in the hands of an employer, our school reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1954

September 30, 1954 Justices Top Granby and Warwick; H. S. Next Victim Hep Team Has Comets Grounded The Jayem Justices, seeking to retain status lost in 1953, gained its second win in as many starts Saturday, routing Granby, 23-0. Though unable to score until late in the second period, the Jayem eleven dominated the field the entire game. A couple of untimely fumbles proved to deep the Blue Comets of Granby in the game throughout the first half. As the second quarter began, Jayem launched a 75-yard ground attack, but lost the ball on downs on the Granby 15. A costly fumble by Granby was pounced on by Harry Lee Goode on the 14-yard line. Three plays later, Quarterback Goode hit Dickie Burnette with a pass that was good for 6 points. Stuart Petree converted for the extra point, and John Marshall led 7-0, 30 seconds before the half. OPEN GROUND ATTACK Taking over the ball on downs in the opening minutes of the third period, the Justice ground attack was opened full blast as they drove f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 September 1954

Page Four 1 •§ r m "•s. m __ BROWN WINS —Mr. W. H. Deierhoi, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, presented the certificate for the J. M. Cadet Memorial Scholarship to Ethan Allen Brown, Jr., at commencement, June 12, 1954. Cadet Memorial Scholarship Won by Captain Allen Brown Allen Brovm, cadet graduate in the June '54 class, received the John Marshall Cadet Memorial Scholarship of SSOO to the college of his choice at commencement exercises at the Mosque June 12. The award was presented on behalf of the Cadet Alumni Association by Mr. W. H. Deierhoi, Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Allen was a member of Company A for three years before his appointment to the staff, where he served as Regimental Sergeant Major and later as First Captain and Regimental Commander. He was also active in many other activities, as a member of the Key Club, the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, and the Monocle staff. Allen was the recipient in June '53 of the J. E. B. Stuart Memorial Sword, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 October 1954

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVI No. 2 Conference To Be Held October 22 Eleventh Meeting Eagerly Awaited With report cards come disappointment, surprise, elation, and conferences. On October 22 all parents are invited to come to school between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. for what is known as Parents' Conference Day. The first meeting of this kind was held October 25, 1949, for the sole purpose of planning for better work, informing parents of their son or daughter's progress and cooperation in class, and to allow teachers and parents to get acquainted. IS STUDENT HOLIDAY The outstanding feature of this program is the fact that all Marshallites have a holiday, allowing ample opportunity for making oneself scarce before the crowning blow. Most students are glad that an opportunity such as this is provided for the parents. Many students find it interesting find sometimes amusing to hear just what the teachers., say about them. When asked her feelings about this program, Helen Stephe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 October 1954

Page Two Report Card Blues It won't be long before John Marshall students will contract bad cases of report card blues. This is a rather common disease a few days before we receive our report cards, and for some of us it lasts for quite a while afterwards. Although it is not easily diagnosed, our parents always know when we have it, since we tactfully drop remarks about how hard we are going to study in the future. Our teachers are quick to recognize it by the sly, hopeful glances passed their way. Regardless of how hard or how little we have studied, we all greet report card day with both reluctance and anticipation. Although we all get at least a slight case of these blues, we can do something about them if we don't wait too late. Each day's work is a step toward our final grade. Whether we have a big test or a little homework, we should do it well. We can only do our very best. However, if we can honestly say that we have tried hard, then our grades will make us strive to improve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 October 1954

October 14,1954 Gridders Streak; Hermitage Next Foe Tomorrow Night JM Snaps Win String Of Lancers John Marshall's Justices won their fourth consecutive game at City Sta- dium last Friday night by humbling the Manchester Lancers 6-0. This defeat snapped a fifteen-game winning streak of Manchester, 1953 Group II Champions and winner of three straight before this game. The Justices scored early in the first quarter with Bobby Luck crashing over from the two-yard line. Billy Overman, Justice Guard ,was the thorn in the Lancer's side during the first half as he blocked a kick, recovered a fumble, intercepted a pass, and repeatedly dropped Lancer backs for losses. FOURTH QUARTER SCARE Manchester scored in the fourth quarter on a pass from Quarterback Wayne Lowry to Bruce Saunders, but it was nullified because of an offsides penalty. Buddy Davis, Lancer halfback, was well bottled up by the Justices defense but twice gained valuable yardage on a fake kick and run play. The Jayem offense was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 October 1954

Page Four mm J||||£ >- «Hf I^BnU^Hp ■ ;/:■■• •;'", "r :*' | I p ..2n —Monofoto i OLD FRIENDS-—"Pop" Beasley (left) greets a receni visitor to Jayem, Allen Barbee. Blue and White Is Red 'SO Marsha lli te, Miss Smith, Wins Red Feather Girl Title Miss Phyllis Ann Smith, a 1950 graduate, was chosen this year's Red Feather Girl, September 27, 1954. The 21-year-old strawberry blonde, hazel-eyed lass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Smith, sang "Because," the official theme song for this year's Community Fund Drive. When asked why she competed for to be chosen the Red Feather Girl for the Richmond Comunity Chest because I am heartily in accord with the method and its organizations and commend for their splendid work. I like the opportunity to expend my red-headed spirit and energy in something so worthwhile, and feel real pride in knowing that I, too, have done my share in making life happier for those less fortunate. I will do my best to help our drive go over the top." Her jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 October 1954

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT lIN THE MONOCLE XXVI No. 3 ACE Test To Be Given December 7 12th, 10L Grades Alternate Years Seniors and sophomores may grumble as they take their ACE tests this year. For the past six years all members of the senior class have taken a required state test called the American Council on Education of Psychological Examinations for College Freshmen. This year is the first time all of the 10L grade took a high school edition of the ACE test. The sophomores are one jump ahead of th** seniors as they took their tests on October 23 and 24. Tests were given in the 10L En.elish classes by the counselors. SCORE IMPORTANT All seniors take this compulsory test on December 7. The score made on this test is one of the very important factors considered by college admittance boards. Although the grade made on this test does not affect a senior's graduation, each senior should try to make the best grade possible. The placement counselor, Mrs. Rebie Lasister, has made a study of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 October 1954

Page Two f We Serve' We believe in service for others, for our country, and our community. The Junior Red Cross strives to uphold what it stands for—service. However, it cannot do it alone. We must support this organization if it is to continue its fine work. A small contribution may bring help to someone or make someone's life a little brighter. This is a self-supporting, self-governing organization, and it needs our help. We can give to the Red Cross in ways other than through our pocketbooks. We have many opportunities to give of our time and our talents. Every week, students from John Marshall visit the wards of the Medical College Hospital to help care for the children and to try to make their stay there more pleasant. Twice a month volunteers visit McGuire Hospital to roll bandages and give service where it is needed. The Junior Red Cross conducts many drives during the year. They collect comic books, ash trays, and other things for men in veterans' hospitals, and they have pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 October 1954

October 28, 1954 J. M. Ties Hermitage, Beats Lane; Hopewell Tomorrow J M Takes 19-6 Win Over Lane John Marshall's Justices remained in the tkick of the state championship fight with a sluggish 19-6 victory over Lane High of Charlottesville. Although the Justices won with a 13 point margin, it was clearly not one of their best nights. One touchdown came as the result of a Lane fumble and the other on a pass interception in the closing minutes of the game. Lane, holding only one victory in Group I competition threw a scare into the Blue and White when on the third play of the game, Wayne Jennings skirted the end and raced 63 yards for a touchdown. BIG GROUND GAIN After the kickoff, Jayem drove 67 yards on the ground to tie the game, Billy Garnett going 10 yards for the touchdown. Stuart Petree's place kick went wide of the goal post, leaving the score tied 6-6. In the second quarter, an alert Justice recovered a Black Knight fumble on the opponent's 14 yard stripe. With fourth down an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 October 1954

Page Four < 4UrwMHnBnBMB , -~ * X- >S : '. ,;■■>•& mi immIIH^HMW ' pi '< "* mm *WKKKKKm YOU'RE PEP, YOU'RE PEP—John Marshall cheerleaders and band go through the routine of cheering our boys on to another victory every Friday morning in front of the Marshall Building. Have you been to one lately? Raymond Tucker Carts Water As Justices Romp to Victories One of the most popular members of the John Marshall football squad is Raymond Tucker, the water boy. Raymond came down to school in the early part of the summer to ask Coach Goodlow if he could have the job coveted by boys from junior high down. Raymond began his job long before football practice officially began by helping the coaches get ready to start the season. When he found that he had the job, Raymond started studying first aid on his own time. "You never know," he said. When practice finally started, Raymond faithfully came to the athletic field every day from his east H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 November 1954

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IJN THE MONOCLE XXVI No. 4 Thanksgiving Brings Many Events to J. M. Thanksgiving festivities will feature a four-day holiday for John Marshall students beginning Thursday, November 25. The traditional Thanksgiving assembly will be Wednesday, at which time the baskets of food will be presented. These baskets are filled annually with fruits, canned goods, and any other imperishable foods by each homeroom as a way of ex- pressing the students thanks, lhe goods are donated to Sheltering Arms Hospital. This project is sponsored by the Student Association, Executive Committee. The highlight of the holiday will be the yearly Thanksgiving football game wilh rival T. J. Generally held on Thanksgiving day, it will be played this year Saturday, November 27, at City Stadium at 2 p.m. The main event will be the presentation of Miss Justice and Miss JefF.^ MISS JUSTICE ANNOUNCED Candidates for Miss Justice are announced in another Monocle story todav. The School Spirit Commisi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 November 1954

Page Two Our Responsibilities Responsibility, according to Mr. Webster, is the quality of being responsible for some task and being reliable in carrying out that task. Each Marshallite realizes that he has to face a rather large number of responsibilities. These are, at present, the responsibilities we have at school. We need to feel it our duty to carryout the school regulations which were passed to make our school a better place in which to work and enjoy ourselves. All of us realize that proper conduct is necessary because the student body of John Marshall is sometimes judged by outsiders by the behavior of a few Marshallites. Regular attendance is necessary as well as punctual. We should also feel the need of doing our best with classwork and homework, because we know these things prepare us for greater work responsibilities ahead. Then, we owe our parents the responsibility of living up to their great expectations for us. They believe in us, and we should try not to let them do...

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