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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XXVIII No. 1 G. Sterling Commands J. M. Corps Fall Term Brings New Cadet Rank George R. Sterling has been announced First Captain and Battalion Commander of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets. Roddy, as his friends call him, was a second lieutenant in Company F last term. He also was chairman of the Hop Committee. Other appointments are as follows: Captain and Adjutant, John E. Melius; Captain and Personnel Officer, Robert L. Henkle; Captain and Supply Officer, Aubrey W. Tignor, Jr.; Battalion Sergeant Major, Laurance S. Rhodes, III; Battalion Supply Sergeant, Nelson Su Phillips, Jr, Band Captain Burke O. Long, Commanding Company Band; First Lieutenant, Robert W. Taylor, Executive Officer; Second Lieutenant, Ray G. Snow, Platoon Leader; Second Lieutenant, Thomas G. Stratton, Platoon Leader; First Sergeant, John W. Martin; Supply Sergeant, Raymond H. Adams, Jr.; Supply Sergeant, George L. Clarke; Platoon Sergeant, Thomas W. Rollins; Platoon Sergeant,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1956

Page Two A Golden Opportunity Educators around the country have been expressing their misgivings concerning the lack of interest on the part of high school students in taking thQ harder subjects. They wonder aloud at the future of America if we are ever forced to rely on people not based in the sciences, higher math and foreign languages. These educators are closer to the truth than most students realize. Does it not stand to reason that every person with average intelligence would benefit from a basic knowledge of chemistry in this complex age of wonder drugs, high octane gasoline, and Atomic energy ? The same would apply to physics —who knows how many houses have burned because of ignorance concerning pennies in fuse boxes — and to other branches of science. Of course no science can be studied comprehensively without a knowledge of the math involved. Sometimes, in a hurry to keep abreast of this sientific world we loose sight of the need for diplomacy and good will in settling int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1956

September 27, 1956 Petersburg Upsets Jayem to Spoil Opening Game Crimson Wave Holds Off Last Quarter Drive Petersburg Wins 12-6 JM Faces Granby Next Petersburg's Crimson Wave spoiled the Justices' 1956 opener by upsetting them 12-6 at Petersburg last Friday night. The Wave scored first in the second quarter as Halfback Larry Belcher climaxed a 56-yard scoring drive with a three-yard off-tackle plunge. The Justices retaliated early in the third quarter by pouncing on a Petersburg fumble on the Wave's 25. Bobo Enroughty went 11 yards on one play, and Elliot Shelton climaxed the drive by smashing off tackle for the final two yards. The Wave drove back 74 yards to score the final TD of the game. Halfback Ronnie Walker scored from 29 yards out. Co-captain Mel Rideout, nursing an injured knee, replaced starter Dick Nolan in the last quarter and filled the air with passes in a desperate scoring attempt. The Justices drove minutes. A possible tying TD in the last to the 15-yard line in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1956

Page Four Boys Enjoy California Excursion Jay em's Babb and TheFabulousFive Not likely to be forgotten by five Richmonders is a trip to California during the summer. What started out at Christmas as just an idea, materialized in August for Ryland (Buddy) Babb of John Marshall High School, Thomas Foley, Jr. of Washington and Lee University, Midshipman Robert Oakes of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Jim Smith of the University of Richmond and Bob Olton Jr. of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. A friendship between four of the boys began at All saints Episcopal Church. "We were sure in May that we were going when we found out we could get the car," said Ryland explaining that one of the boys borrowed the family car. August, found the five, westward bound. In Kentucky they spent a night in the air-conditioned home of friends. When they got ready to leave they found a flat tire. After repairing it, they moved on through Indiana, Missouri, and Illinois the second day. The th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII No. 2 Parents, Teachers To Confer October 26 Sponsors Await Company Colors A "first" with many students at John Marshall, especially 9L's and lOL's, will be rejort cards when they are given out Wednesday, October 24. Grades close Friday, October 19. There will be honor roll grades for some Marshallites, and others who do not make it this time will try all the harder to reach that goal during the next report period. PARENTS' DAY With report cards come disappointments, surprises, and conferences. Marshallites will have their first holiday, Friday, October 26. It is Parents' Conference Day. All parents will have the opportunity to come to John Marshall to meet their son's or daughter's teachers. The teachers will be in their rooms from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Since the first meeting of this kind in 1949, the purpose of this day has been to plan for better work, to inform the parents of the student's progress in his classes, and to give the parent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1956

Page Two Red Feather Time You can appreciate the value of the Community Chest only if you know what the Red Feather agencies do. Through the years they have helped humanity better itself in many ways. The Community Chest is a co-operative structure of citizens and welfare organizations, social and health agencies working together for the same goal—to provide for the needs of the community. Today the Community Chest Campaigns are widespread. There are organizations in Hawaii, South Africa, Canada, and the Virgin Islands. Through the agencies belonging to the Community Chest jobs are provided for the handicapped, homes for homeless children, nursing care for the sick, and USO for the armed forces. Many other vital activities are carried on by the 31 Red Feather agencies. You can do your part. Even if you can afford to give only a little, a little goes a long way, just as does a stream which grows into a river that in turn empties into the ocean. Wear your Red Feather proudly. —E.A.N; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1956

October 11, 1956 Justices to Meet Lancers; Hockey Team Beats M.H.S. Swift Backs Run Wild At Stadium Jayem Blanked; Lancers Next Highland Springs buried the Justices under an avalanche of touchdowns in rolling to a 42-0 victory last Friday night at City Stadium. The Highland Springs line opened gaping holes in the Jayem forward wall for swift running backs, Carlton Rowe, Bobby Mantlo, Charlie Banton, etc., to gallop through for 268 yards on the ground. The Big Blue, beset by injuries, proved no match for the determined Springers, who wanted this one for their injured co-captain, Billy Martin. The Springers scored first midway through the first quarter. A few plays after the recovery of a Justice fumble, quarterback Nick Flemnig tossed an aerial to Rowe, who ran 30 /ards for a TD. HS scored twice in the second quarter on touchdowns by Rowe, who went over from the ,five» and Conley Taylor, who raced 40 yards after picking off one of Rideout's passes. Charlie Manton, taking the second h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1956

Page Four HONOR ROLL June, 1956 12H1 11H3 10H8 Noretta Akers John W. Godsey Amos L. Lainc Beverley Barrett Janice I. Hague Edna Shaw Helen Burch 11H4 10H9 Shirley Burke Sara Ann Shuman Everette G. Allen, Jr. Sheldon Day 11H5 Mary Ellen Irwin Betty Doane Lillian D. Gatewood Samuel Kerneklian Elizabeth Fontaine 11H8 David R. Lee Erma Harvey Carolyn V. Williams 10H10 Vivian Hudson 11H9 Darlene Godsey David Jennings Patsy Broadwell Frances Hoyle Murad Kerneklian Barbara Mason Betty G. Kelley Wayne Key 11H11 Herbert Morehouse Jeanette Swoope Harry Jarrett 10H11 Mary Lou Walden Ingeborg Lehmann Charles B. Causey Harrison Whitlow Joanne Schmidt Francis B. Hargett Betty Williams Betty Wilson William R. Metzger Carolyn Yeatts 11H12 - Brenda Thurston Ellen Denzler Jean Stonestreet 10L1 12H2 11H13 Phyllis A. Siewert Margaret Boswell Sylvia H. Mcjilton Patricia Ann Cordle Eileen Burkett 11L1 Brenda Pridgen Ray Hibbs Ruth W. Williams 10L2 Mary Holloway Walter Earl Jenkins Mary Frances Carter 12H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 3 Rililllii. I jf I' "'*■?>..: I ♦ * . mm § §ii§ - - i H ' DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER Sponsors' Day Ritual Held Here Cadets Pin Colors On Corps Sponsors Sponsors' Day was held November 1, at 1:30 p.m. on the Drill Field. This semi-annual ceremony is one of the most colorful of all of the Corps' activities. The sponsors were escorted onto the field by the first sergeants of their respective companies. Each sponsor presented the guidon of her company to the-guidon bearer and was then pinned with the company ribbons by the captain. After the corps passed in review, the sponsors were escorted by the captain to the company where each boy pinned his colors on her. In this ceremony each cadet not only honored his sponsor, but promised to respect, honor, and protect all womanhood. This term Sara Ann Shuman is the sponsor of Company A, headed by Captain Ryland Babb. Company B is proud to have Jackie Latham as its sponsor. The captain of this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1956

Page Two Veterans' Day In a few days it will be Veterans' Day. At eleven o'clock all over this nation, taps will be sounded, flags will fly at half mast and people will stand at attention. You will probably witness these things. You will probably stand at attention like millions of other people, but like them, you probably won't know why. This day, the eleventh of November, was set aside to honor the men who died in World Wars I and II and the Korean conflict. - These men made no great name for themselves. They were just plain, simple people like you and me, yet there was something different about them. The difference was that they gave their lives so we might continue to enjoy the freedom that was so dear to them. Perhaps G. I. Joe was a banker before he realized his duty to his country. He knew how wonderful it was to watch people put the money they had earned and rightly deserved into a bank where they knew it was safe. He'd watched the joy in their faces as that money grew and g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1956

November 6, 1956 Jay em Trounces Lane for Season's First Victory Losing Streak Finally Ended At Five Justices Win, 19-0; Blue Devils Next Jayem finally broke into the win column by drubbing Lane, 19-0 last Friday night at Charlottesville. The Justices' first touchdown came in the first quarter as quarterback Mel Rideout passed to End Tony Berry for 12 yards, But Berry fumbled the ball just before crossing the goal line. The ball rolled into the end zone where End Billy Schwartz fell on it for the score. The Big Blue scored twice in the third quarter to put the game on ice. Halfback Fred Pace pounced on a Lane fumble on the Black Knights' 16yard line. A 15-yard penalty put the ball on the one, where G. A. Waymack cracked over for the score. Later in the same quarter the Justices drove from the Lane 35 to the three, where Buddy Allen passed into the end zone to Kenny Newsome for the T.D. Waymack ran the extra point. The Black Knights never threatened as the strong Jayem line held them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1956

Page Four HONOR ROLL First Marking Period, October 19, 1956 12H1 12L5 10H3 Taylor, Robert Dunnavant, Barbara Drewery, Marilyn J. Turnley, Sonja 12L6 10H5 J2H2 Wilson, Betty Jane Carter, Mary Frances Beck, Joan Edna 12L8 10H6 Reedy, James Alan Garland, Milta Shanes, John 8., Jr. Sterling, George R. 11H1 Wade, Nancy Carol 12H3 Williams, Ruth W. 10L1 Schmidt, Joanne B. 11H2 Solomon, Linda 12L1 Almond, David Hopkins, Robert Hatch, David E. 11L1 10L4 Henkle, Robert L. Martin, Page Edwards, Laura A. Long, Burke HLS Harvey, Marion M. Treibley, Pete V. Tarrant, Steve Worth 10L6 Adams, Eva S. 11L6 Burton, Harry Gatewood, L. Douglas wmiam Jernigan, Jo Ann Haight, H Kent Wright> Sharon J ones > ° wen Mcjilton, Sylvia 10L7 Reynolds," Frances Edwards, Betty Lou Southworth, Patricia Insley, Ulenda Taylor, Carole A. 11L8 BIT D Williams, Carolyn V. Kerneklian, Sam B ro ° s ' J°^ nn _ Wood, Mary L. 11L10 NeW,On ' MarJ Jane 121.2 Lee, David Read Townsend, Sylvia 11L12 Foore, Max...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 4 JM vs. TJ At Stadium For Game Of Year Jeffs Favored Over Justices John Marshall faces Thomas Jefferson in the high school game of the year on Saturday, November 24, at City Stadium. Both teams have had a hard time winning this year, but all past misfortunes will be forgotten by the winner. Teejay, while it has played some good football at times, has not lived up to preseason expectations. Backs Frank Slusser and Charlie Teefey are the Jeffs' main running threats. Teejay has a very good defense spearheaded by lineman Teefey, Bagby, Carswell, White, Thompson, etc. Jayem hampered all season by injuries, has made steady progress in the last few games. The Justices, who will base their hopes on Rideout's passing and the running of Pace and Newsom, appear to have their best chance of victory in recent years. Teejay will be favored, but that means nothing in a rival game like this one. Regardless of the previous record, the season is consider...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1956

Page Two Freedom For All Every true American is interested in our country and in trying to spread our type of freedom to other countries. We, as Americans, have many rights. These rights are defined in our constitution; they are defined in the first ten amendments, or the Bill of Rights, as they are commonly called. It gives us our political and economic rights such as the right to speak, to write, to mingle together, to receive a trial by jury, and to worship God in our way. These rights are but a few that are outlined in our constitution. If these rights are guaranteed, why then must we engage in wars? Ask the many veterans who have returned from World War I, World War 11, or the Korean Conflict, or ask the families of those who didn't return why their sons and daughters fought. They will say that they fought for what they believed in and for what they thought everyone should have. Our Constitution gives us a central government, but this government does not control our lives as it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1956

November 15, 1956 Knights Blank Jayem; Team Prepares for Teejay Penalties Held Back A Possible Tie for J. M. Nix Scores in Opening Seconds for 7-0 Game Thomas Dale's Knights scored the first time they got their hands on the ball and made that stand up as they edged John Marshall 7-0 in a game marred by penalties. Carson Bosher, a speedy little halfback, took the opening kickoff and ran it all the way to the 47 yard line. A Dale player was detected clipping, however, and the ball was brought back to the eight. With Bosher and fullback Billy Nix consistently grinding out yardage, the Knights moved to the Jayem 30, where Bosher took a pitchout from quarterback Dave Newton and tossed to end Herb Boyd on the 18. Six plays later, Nix crashed over for the score. Bosher kicked the extra point. Jayem stopped two Dale drives deep in Justice territory in the second quarter. Sparked by the running of Fred Pace and a 17 yard pass from Rideout to Schwartz, they moved deep into Chester territory. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 November 1956

Page Four John Marshall Students Study For NOMA Spelling Contest Many students at John are studying lists containing nine hundred words, which every student should learn. The words are part of the National Office Management Association International Spelling Contest. NOMA is the abbreviation for National Office Management Association* In 1955, three students from Jayem were winners of the contest: Joyce Roach, 104: Jeannette Lee, 111; and Grace Bongers, 302. Joyce and Jeannette were both June grads in 1955. Sr. Class Draws Up Who's Who Slate Each term, the twenty outstanding, students from the graduating classes are honored by being elected to the "Who's Who" roster. In each of ten different catagories the high seniors select one girl and one boy. Among the catagories are Most Popular, Most Intelligent, Cutest, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Talented, Best Looking, Best Dressed, Best All 'Round, Best Personality, and Most Athletic. The various 12H homerooms are now working on the list...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII No. 5 JM Ties Big Knot Sylvia Mcjilton Reigns Over Football Classic By Betty Wilson John Marshall students chose Sylvia Mcjilton as Miss Justice of 1956. The princesses were Stuart Ann Estes, Mary Wood, Jean Hignight, Jane Waymack, Barbara Hatley, Jean Withers, and Barbara Gibson. Sylvia has been an active Marshallite throughout her high school life. Vice-President of the Student Association, Managing Editor of The Monocle, Quill and Scroll member, and winner of the Mortar Board Award are a few of the outstanding achievements made by this year's Miss Justice. "Being Miss Justice is truly the most wonderful honor I have ever had," was Sylvia's reply when asked how it felt to have such a title. "I just wish every girl in John Marshall could experience the thrills and chills this has given me." PRE-GAME ACTIVITIES With the announcement of the candidates for Miss Justice at a morning pep rally, the activities preceding the game with Thomas Jeffer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1956

Page Two Congratulations Much has been said about the poor school spirit at John Marshall, but no one has bothered to mention good school spirit. The majority of students at Jayem are genuinely interested in their school and want to support it. The John Marshall-Thomas Jefferson football game proves this. We had a larger attendance at this game than at any previous gridiron event this year. Every student who attended this annual game deserves the congratulations of all the team and cheerleaders on the cheering, and especially for the excellent behavior. We hope that this turnout is an example of what to expect in the future. Of course, the team needs more than your attendance at the games. The pep-rally in the morning before the game gives them that final boost. If a large number of students come out for this, even though the weather is cold, the team knows the school is right behind them, cheering them on to victory. At both pep rallies before the Jayem-Teejay game the attendance w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1956

December 6, 1956 John Marshall Comes From Behind To Tie Teejay 6-6 Schwartz Takes Scoring Pass From Rideout John Marshall Keeps Lead In Local Series John Marshall succeeded in halting Teejay from tying up the series between the two teams. The series now stands at eleven wins for Jayem, ten wins for Teejay, and five ties. The game began on the right foot as John Marshall thtew Teejay for a 13-yard loss on an attempted muddlehuddle play. However, Teejay controlled the ball during most of the first half. Twice when John Marshall was in possession, Mel Rideout was forced to punt from his one-yard line. After the second punt, Jimmy Duke of Teejay carried twice in a row and setup the only score in the first half by placing the ball on the 17-yard line. After several plays the ball rested on the six-yard line and goal-to-go. Smith carried for two yards and Duke carried for two more, then Frank Slusser, the big man for Teejay, pushed over for their only score. The extra point attempted by B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1956

Page Four Students Talk On Leadership At Conference Although it was pouring down rain the morning of Saturday, November 17, a large group gathered for the Leadership Conference held at Jayem between 9:45 and 12:30 a.m. Promptly at 10:00 Jack Stith, president of the City Federation of Student Councils, called the meeting to order in the auditorium. After apoligizing for the photographer who was supposed to take a picture at 9:45 but did not show up, he introduced the guest speaker, Mr. Donald I. Wood. Mr. Wood, using the "Role of a Student Council" as his topic, said that the Student Council is really a laboratory within a school where students learn what a good citizen should do by doing it themselves. He went on to explain that members of the S. C., by setting good examples, could probably get the other students to follow the school rules. "You are now becoming what you will always be," he told the group. "That is something for each student to think about." DISCUSSION FORUMS From t...

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