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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVII No. 5 wmr K BK —Monofoto FOR OTHERS—The empty baskets around JM are rapidly being filled with the canned goods and other non-perishable items that next week will be sent to some charitable organization in Richmond. Above, Junie Wyatt ponders a basket that's still empty. Thanksgiving Comes, Students Look Forward In just a few more days, Thanksgiving will be here, and with it comes a four-day holiday. On this day, lots of Marshallites will be sitting down to the typical dinner of turkey with all the trimmings with their families. Etta Haskins, a low senior in 307, says she is going to spend Thanksgiving Day with her family at her grandmother's. Another one who likes to stay at home is Margaret Beadles. She says that she will stick around home and take a long walk. Big house, Margaret? On Friday after Thanksgiving, the Justices will play their last game of the current season. This game will be played against Lane High School of Charlottesville Da...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1955

Page Two Unkind Fate? The blind man, shuffling down the crowded streets, may bitterly ponder his low fortune in life. In her dingy apartment, the widow on relief, with her large family of hungry, sickly children, may decide that Destiny has cheated her. • Musing over his condition, the emaciated patient in the TB hospital may wonder why God has placed the curse of disease on his shoulders.. Each of these people may consider himself unfortunate, pitiable, ignored by Fate. And yet, there are hundreds of blind people who walk through life "seeing" the beautiful, the joyous, worthwhile, with their hearts and minds. There are numerous widows who do not pity themselves, but are thankful they have children for which to be thankful. There are thousands of optimistic sick men and women throughout the world who realize that they have much to be thankful for in spite of their illnesses. Why, then, do some of us, well-fed, warmly clothed and housed, amid our families, and in gcod health —why do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1955

November 17, 1955 Justices and Presidents Clash at Stadium Saturday Jayem Faces Its Arch Rival After Defeat Injuries Weaken TJ JM Has Good Chance By Murad Kerneklian Yes., the game of the year has finally come around with its ancient rivalry, colorful parade, and, of course, the picking of Miss Justice. But aside from this taking a glimpse of the team's disposition here's what one sees. The mighty Presidents will enter the field with a 7-2 record, holding third place in the Group I race. However, their casualties are many in number. Looking at the line, the entire right side stands vacant due to leg injuries, broken noses, sprained ankles, and broken ribs, all received in the Hermitage game. BACKFIELD CRIPPLED In the backfield, halfbacks Slusser and Spiegel are out for the season, while quarterback Stuart is limping on a twisted knee. On the other hand, the Justices have suffered defeat by George Washington, have had two weeks to recuperate and ready themselves. Coach Goodlow, has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1955

Page Four MB BR-- jpjjßm wSS Hfi ' r S nnUT JHv 4 H^H P« A |k flj Mfem. P n. v kJr (. .Ji Bb^ SB % nttHHS Hi j/ ■ jMK aMß||l X HfflMgf jfjfflMr tßP^' [ Jlfl ■VH^^s i»£i H I jrf- ; ' ' Hllf' s ■ ■ V x JmMHmB —Hioto Courtesy of Richmond inc. FUTURE TEACHERS TODAY—During the recent Virginia Ed ucation Association convention in Richmond, members of John Marshall's Future Teachers of America Club served as hostesses and guides at the VEA headquarters on Third Street. Mary Lou Walden (second from right) and Audrey Pinchbeck (right) met some real teachers. The Jayem club is also active around school, providing an assembly program last week which, according to some Marshal lites, "we ought to have more of." Others said "It was a good tribute to the teachers." Special praise went to David Lewis, who portrayed one of America's great educators, Horace Mann. Book Week Tea Held Nov. 16 For Teachers Faculty Reviews Books, Comments on Variety Yesterday Miss Dearhart, Miss Myers and the student lib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVII No. 6 Christmas Ball To Be Next Week Figure and Dance To Spotlight Hop Preparations are in full swing for the John Marshall High School Corps of Cadets' annual Christmas Ball, which will take place on Saturday, December 17, on the drill floor of the Grays Armory. The hop committee, which has the task of making all arrangements for decorations, music, invitations, and numerous other things, is working hard for the coming dance. The committee, headed by Frederick A. Ryan, chairman, and Bryce C. Gary, business manager, will serve as planners, decorators, electricians, and host. The Regimental Cadet Band will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. The selctions will consist of marches and classical and Christmas selections. The figure, which is composed of seven designs, is scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m. It contains a Y for yuletide, X for Christmas season, and the customary hearts, diamonds, J.M., class numeral, and sabre arch. The sabre arch and excha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1955

Page Two Whose Birthday Many, many years ago there lived a small boy. He was a good but very curious child. This boy loved everyone and when he grew up, he did everything for others. Because he was so poor, he never had a birthday party. No one gave him birthday gifts. After his death people began to celebrate his birthday. As years have passed people have enlarged these celebrations. Now, not one, but thousands of parties are given in his honor. In his life he hardly had enough food to survive. At his birthday parties there is so much food that most of it is wasted. Many people celebrate with drinks. People who do not ordinarily drink celebrate in this manner. People become so excited and confused that they forget to bring birthday presents and bring presents to each other instead. They give presents to all of their friends and relatives, but none to him. People use his birthday for traveling. They speed to get to their destinations on time and often are killed because of this. Eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1955

December 8, 1955 Jayem Defeats Lane; Justices Prepare for Hoop Season Black Knights Fall to Jayem To End Season John Marshall's football team fought off the cold and the Black Knights of Lane before a crowd of 250 chilled spectators and came away with a 12-0 victory to bring a winning season to Jayem. Throughout the first three quarters of the game each team fought to a scoreless deadlock. Both teams were in scoring range several times, but each time their offense slowed down. The Justices muffed two scoring opportunities by failing to pick up first downs inside the Lane 20-yard line. In the second quarter Lane threw away a good opportunity after a drive from their own 27 when a bad snap from center flew over fullback Don Bibb's head and rolled back to the 41. Another Jayem opportunity was lost when tu-e Justices got stuck on the Lane 10 a 34-yard pass from quarterback iMel Rideout to Bucky Shope. v RIDEOUT PASSES The Justices pickecf- up their initial touchdown early in the iourth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1955

Page Four Easier Method? Government Plans Alteration \ OfPresentT ypewriterKeyboard By Margaret Beadles It seems as though everything will eventually be face lifted and made simplified to suit modern needs. A recent report from Washington disclosed that the government has plans for changing the keyboards on typewriters in hopes of improving the efficiency of typists. This will be the first alteration of the keyboard in 83 years. The new key- 305W and 315 Receive Candy * The Junior Red Cross was pleased with the $400.19 that it collected during its campaign from November 1-18. At the end of the campaign two homerooms, one in Wythe and one in the Marshall building, were each to receive a box of candy and a trophy. At the regular meeting on November 28, Robert Rose, vice-president of the Junior Red Cross, presnted to Adell Harris, the winner in the Wythe building, a box of candy and a trophy for collecting $35.00 in her homeroom. She was from Mr. A. S. Thompson's homeroom, 305 W. In th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 January 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVII No. 7 M. Walden Named Ed. Of Monocle Ex-Bus. Manager Gains Promotion Mary Lou Walden, ex-business manager, will be editor-in-chief of The Monocle for the spring '56 term. Besides her Monocle interest, Mary Lou is quite active in other school activities. She is president of the Literary Society and the Future Teachers of America. Her interest in journalism is displayed by the fact that she is a member of the Record staff and Quill and Scroll. She is also the DAR citizen. [See other story on Page I.] The Honor Society recently welcomed Mary Lou as a member also. In charge of the way the paper is arranged will be Eleanor Sherron, managing editor. Betty Doane will be business manager, and Helen Burch, Evangeline Lovegrove, and Wayne Pratali will assist her. Beverly Barrett will be feature editor. Feature writers will be Sheldon Day, Frances Crowder, Liz Fontaine, Erma Harvey, and Carolyn Yeatts. News editor will be Noretta Akers, and news reporte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 January 1956

Page Two There is no royal road to learning! Successful study depends on the ability to do the work, serious application, and an adequate study technique. Provided the student has the first two requirements, the third is relatively simple to acquire. One reads for understanding rather than recitation. In this manner it stays longer. After the material has been read, the student should be able to analyze, criticize, and paraphrase the gist of the subject matter. Concentration is more than putting time and energy on a subject. If given a definite amount of time to accomplish something, one would be forced to utilize his mental ability. "The danger of burning out mental bearings is more imaginary than real." It is true that there cannot be any learning without memory. Basic formulae, definitions, valuable quotations have to be committed to memory so that there will be a foundation on which the student may build. Outlining is quite helpful, but more often the material is still "on paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 January 1956

January 19, 1956 Justice Five Prepare to Meet Teejay Tomorrow Night Quints Savor Teejay Blood After a seven-day layoff, the Justice 12 prepare for the all important game with their West End rivals Thomas Jefferson, which is enjoying its usual successful basketball season. The Teejay Team successfully downed Manchester 59-44, a team that Jayem beat 44-34. The Jeffs, who now lead the Central District with a 4-0 record, also routed the Hermitage Panthers 72-58, the same team that squeezed a 46-45 victory from Jayem. Teejay has a lot of scoring potential, as was proven in their rout of Lane High, which set a high school scoring mark of 96 points. But Lane isn't much of a measuring stick this season. A fact that has been brought out in two or three other routs—one of the teams to rout Lane was the impressive Highland Springs quintet, a team that is sure to figure in the final run in the Central District race, which whipped them 66-41. CONTEST TOMORROW The TeeJay-Jayem contest, which star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 January 1956

Page Four Last Will and Testament Of Senior Class of 1956 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. Charles Pendergrass leaves the lunches to those with no stomachs. Barbara Booth leaves all the fun with all the great seniors in 104. Junie Wyatt leaves his baseball bat to Dan, "The Duke," Borroughs. Jean Keele leaves the race with the bus on Mondays to her sister Claudia. Jackie Lavender and Beverley Petrochilli leave to Mr. Arnold memories of "Me and Me Too." Bette Thorckmorton leaves her window in 111 to Mary Theimer. Herman Baumgart regrets leaving the J. M. Choir and Mr. 1 roxell. Betty Fleming leaves the J. M.—T. J. feud to the next J. M. girl who goes with a T. J. boy. Peggy Turner leaves her messy paint brushes to anyone who will clean them. Pat Britton leaves "THE DESK" in the corner of 104 to David Jennings. Janie Gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVII No. 8 New Staff Additions Are Placed On Faculty Marshallite Chief Is Former Sponsor When the new term began in January, two new members were added to the staff at J.M. These additions were Miss Betty Boehling, new art teacher, and Miss Barbara Booth, secretary to Dr. Dixon. Miss Betty Boehling replaced Miss Virginia Jerry Hall, who went to California to work for the government. When interviewed, Miss Boehling said that she liked teaching at John Marshall but that it was so big. She also stated, "I still get lost here." Before coming to J.M., Miss Boehling worked for Thalhimers in their advertising department. She also WXVfrSS.- 3R<,7).TJ L _ J flHlrn-_- -' V ' * ;li Miss Boehling Miss Booth taught at the following schools in Richmond: Fulton, Helen Dickenson, Jackson, the Mayo Clinic, and the Cooperative Training Center. NATIVE RICHMONDER Miss Boehling started her schooling at Saint Gertrude's, here in the city. She then went to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1956

Page Two Be a Marshallite John Marshall High School is built by the home site of Chief Justice Marshall. This shrine should be an inspiration to all Marshallites who see it many times a day. They should be proud of their name and their traditions. Would Chief Justice Marshall ever have believed that some Marshallites would stray so far from his teachings that J.M. students would not be welcome in stores near the school? * The reason for this banning must be found and corrected before the name Marshallite is stained. The guilty group is so small that it is a shame that their misdeeds overshadow the good deeds of Marshallites. This problem must be faced and solved. Teen-agers are naturally talkative, but this does not mean yelling at a friend a block away. When friends gather on street corners their laughter and talking annoys people around them. This noise when enclosed in a building is deafening. Students must realize this and speak quietly. The trouble is deeper than that. It is st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1956

January 17, 1956 Reedy and Co. Prepare To Meet Parker and Co. Fri. Night Teejay Sports 13 Win Record The John Marshall basketball team is again preparing to meet its arc-rival from the West End, Thomas Jefferson, for the second time this season. The game will be played at the Arena and will begin at eight o'clock. The Jeffs will be playing without the services of A 1 Collins, who, along with Red Robinson, was the Jeffs playmaker and a splendid set shot from about 30 feet outside. Although A 1 didn't score too many points in the first encounter with Jayem, his floor work was noticed as one of the keys to the victory. Jayem will also be playing minus some of the players that played in the first meet. The Justices will miss Junie Wyatt, a February graduate, and Billy Goode, who made the first TeejayJayem game as close as it was with his 12 points and determined play. The Jeffs have found a very capable replacement for Collins Ted Chepp, who was expected to and has taken a lot of the re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1956

Page Four E. Ballowe New Corps First Capt. Lt. Schaefer Sets Other Bank List Edgar C. Ballowe will lead the John Marshall Corps of Cadets as captain and regimental commander, it was announced last week by Lieutenant Charles J. Schaefer, commandant. Other appointments are as follows: Regimental Staff Kennon W. Davis, captain and regimental adjutant; Leonard G. Carmine, captain and regimental personnel officer; Sterling M. Giannotti, Jr., captain and regimental plans and training officer; Lawrence C. Halley, captain and regimental supply officer; John E. Melius, regimental sergeant major; Paul V. Gandy, regimental supply sergeant; Bernard J. Dooley, regimental color sergeant. Ist Battalion Staff Raymond W. Talley, captain and battalion commander; Charles H. Snead, Jr., first lieutenant and battalion adjutant; Raymond R. Napier, first lieutenant and battalion supply officer. 2nd Battalion Staff William A. Tinsley, Jr.. captain and battalion commandr; Cyrus W. Fields, Jr., first lieuten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVII No. 9 Va. Forum Visits JM Februaryll New York Tribune Sponsors Group Jayem played host to high school students all over Virginia on February 11 as John Marshall was again the scene of the Virginia High School Forum. Thirty-three foreign students, brought to the U. S. for a year by the New York Herald Tribune as participating students in the Forum for High Schools, were present. Dr. Fred B. Dixon, principal of John Marshall, opened the program and introduced Mr. Edwin Hyde, president of Miller and Rhoads. Mr. H. I. Willett, superintendent of Richmond Public Schools and president of the American Association of School Administrators, spoke on the subject, Educating Youth, America's Biggest Industry. In his talk Mr. Willett outlined the past growth of schools in the U. S. and the expected growth in the next ten years. Mr. Willett said, "Education has a great contribution to make in the free world." Mr. Willet also stated in connection with educat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1956

Page Two Dreams Can Be Real Dreams colhe in all shapes and sizes ranging from ones of the fantastic nature to ones of stark realism. To some people dreams are those things that seem so nice when talked about, but they never seem to come true in real life. To others dreams are ideals of something they want to accomplish in life. These people strive to achieve the satisfaction of seeing their dreams come true. Future engineers set their sites on a scholarship to one of the best colleges in the United States. These would-be engineers can make their dreams become a reality by striving to do their very best in their high school life and by taking subjects that not only prepare them for higher education but also challenge their minds. Secretaries of tomorrow can make their dreams come true by starting now in obtaining some of the necessary characteristics of the best secretaries. Practicing good grooming and striving always to do their best in every task asked of them are two ways of atta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1956

March i, 1956 John Marshall Ruins Presidents 51-41 Before 1500 Jayem Victory Ends Tee Jay's 14 Win Record By out rebounding the Jeffs 28-20 and by shooting more accurately than the team from the West End of Richmond, Jayem handed their arch-rivals their first defeat that they have suffered in the Central District race this year—the loss doesn't keep the splendid playing Jeffs from capturing the title in the Central District. The Jayem five were led by Jim Reedy and Jimmy Pace. Reedy was high scorer for the night with 19 points—seven out of 15 attempts from the floor and five out of six from the charity stripe. Jimmy Pace didn't score but four points, but played a sterling defensive game—out rebounding the Jeff's big gun, Bobby Parker, 9-7 to take rebounding honors for the night. On many occasions the Justices would triple team the Jeff's high scorer and held him to a respectable 13 points—seven of which came from the foul line, one spot on the floor that Parker is dead from. The eig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1956

Page Four / too/ llll! . ' & m'-y . .. ->Mt. . m w-. . ? / _ Ifc ;s;i: n orv "^|| •>>-.- •> •¥ -"• ""*" ' \v- •' f -.'" ■" - >.■ ,v^ y ."% f>x TWO-TIME) WINNER —David B. Lewis, a member of the February graduating class, was awarded SIOO for his winning entry in the high school division of the fourth annual Keep Virginia Green forestry poster contest. Tlie contest is co-sponsored each year by the Virginia Forests, Inc., and the Virginia Building Material Association. This year's poster will be tied in with Governor Stanley's Plant More Trees program. David was the second place winner in the poster contest last year. A, i\V ! MONOCLE MONIKERS—Not twenty-seven years ago, but three, when these personalities of John Marshall gathered in 104. Pictured above, in the usual order, are Betty McGhee, Bobby Wilson, Jeanne Mcßride, and Whitey Clarke. Three of them acquired fame other than their work on the paper; Betty...

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