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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1956

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 6 Cadet Ball To Be Held In Armory Figure and Dance To Spotlight Hop By Jackie Latham This year the Cadet Christmas Ball will be held Saturday, 'December 22. Music will be rendered by the Louis D'Arville Orchestra. At 7:30 p.m. the Band will start their semi-annual concert. The figure will immediately follow at 8:00 p.m. All the girls participating will wear white gowns which will be floor length. Members of the first class who desire to participate will attend the weeklyrehearsals. This year the arrangement of cadets was based on (1) Rank, (2) Date of Rank, (3) Graduating Cadet, (4) Drill, (5) Military Demerits or Penalities, and (6) Alphabetical Order. This year Roddy Sterling, first captain, and Barbara Townsend wiil lead one half of the figure, and BobbyJones, captain Company B, and Jackie Latham will' lead the other half. Some of the figures which will be formed are the '57 class numeral, G.W. for a salute to George Wythe, a teacher ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1956

Page Two Let's Stop and Think Do you have the true Christmas spirit? Many people never stop to think of the real meaning of Christmas. For most children Christmas means Santa Claus with plenty of gifts and food. Gifts can be a very important part of Christmas, if they are given in the same spirit that the Three Kings had when giving to the Christ Child. Some parents just think of Christmas as a time of needless expense plus a lot of worry and bother with the hustle and bustle of the crowds doing their shopping. Still others like Christmas because of the pretty decorations and the parties they attend. One of the worst customs of the Christmas season is that people who don't usually drink have to have a bowl of "Merry Xmas" at their house. Many accidents are caused during the holidays by people trying to get to some place in a hurry and not looking out for the other fellow. Some people think of Christmas as a time for travel and visiting relatives. When the tradition of sending Christ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1956

December 20, 1956 Benedictine Victors Over Jayem, 52-41, In Opener flH K. ;f|F’ B jjrrA j| —Photo Courtesy Richmond Newspapers, Inc Jim Reedy Cadets Led by Jerry Poh and Geo. Shaheen Reedy, Nunnally High for Justices Benedictine's Cadets, led by their high scoring center Jerry Poh and forward George Shaheen, defeated the Justices last Friday night at the Benedictine Gym. Poh scored 21 points and Shaheen 19, as both took the backboard play away from the taller Justices. Jayem was hurt by the four fouls charged to Bill Nunnally early in the game. The 6-5 forward had to play under wraps for the rest of the game to keep from fouling out. He bagged 10 points for the night. HIGH SCORERS Jim Pace, Louis Hobson, and Bobby Jones were held to a combined total of 13 points as the Justices could not open up their scoring punch. The lead changed hands several times early in the game, as Benedictine led 12-9 at the end of the first quarter. Jayem narrowed the lead to one point early in the second...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1956

Page Four HONOR ROLL 12H1 12L9 10H4 Taylor, Robert Lane, Cynthia Knight, John Kemper Turnley, Sonja Perkins, Barbara 10H5 12H2 11H1 Bottoms, Mildred Oliver Beck, Joan Edna Williams, Ruth Wilson Carter, Mary Frances 12H3 11H2 10H6 Schmidt, Joann Brown Almond, David R. Shanes, John 8., Jr. 12L1 Bongers, Grace Wade, Nancy Carol Godsey, John 11L2 10L1 Henkle, Robert Eastridge, Betty Hopkins, James Robert Long, Burk Orange, Kenneth Solomon, Linda Colleen Traylor, Rocky 11L5 10L2 Treibley, Pete Allen> Evrett Gar nett Horton > Freda Adams, Eva Tarrant, Steve Werth , Ix°L4 1 x ° L4 Gatwood, Lillian Doug. 11L6 Edwards, Laura A. McJilton, Sylvia . T .„ Harvey, Marion Marie Oliva, Judith 10L5 Prince, Marilyn Wr.ght, Sharon Hicks, Charles L. Reynolds, Frances 11L7 10L6 Southworth, Patricia Colli "' Edllh Virginia Burtoni Harry Taylor, Carole Eaton, Elizabeth Annie J enn ig an , Jo Ann ' Williams, Carolyn 11L8 Jones, Owen Wood, Mary Dunham, Donald 10L7 Woodson, Rebecca Ann ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1957

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 7 New Staff Selected To Publish Monocle Feature Editor Gets Promotion Carolyn Williams will serve as ed-itor-in-chief of The Monocle next term. There will be 37 staff members next term. Assisting Carolyn as editorial writers will be Jack Stith, Betty Nimmo, and Judy Ridgeway. Pat Crouch will be responsible for the front page make-up, as managing editor. The job of sending out bills to all advertisers and handling the ads will be filled by Pete Treibley, business manager, and Marilyn Prince, business associate. Bouglas Gatewood, news editor, will have the job of getting as much news as possible around school. News reporters will be Barbara Mason, Judy Oliva, Anita Jackson, Judy Ernest, Nancy Sutton, Kent Haight, and Marite Bangs. FEATURE EDITOR Serving as feature editor will be Joan Bishop. Besides getting feature stories, she will have the job of making-up the fourth page. The feature writers will be Bettie Wilson, Sandra Smith, Ruth Car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1957

Page TVD It's a Man's World Why do boys' sports receive more recognition than girls'? The girls on John Marshall's teams practice and work just as hard on their sports as the boys. How many students know that the hockey team was undefeated until their last game and that in the Central Allied Tournament of Tidewater Field Hockey Association three girls from Jayem placed on the reserve team? After working hard all season and chalking up this excellent record, the "Lady Justices" deserve commendation for their efforts. The average Marshallite is more aware of our football team's poor record than our hockey team's good one. The girls' basketball and softball teams have to supply their own uniforms. One reason for this is the lack of school spirit shown by the JM student body. If the John Marshall Athletic Association goes in the red, due to poor attendance at boys' games, the budgets of the girls' as well as the boys' teams are severely cut. It is natural perhaps that a student will fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1957

January 17, 1957 Jay em Takes District Lead With Four Straight Wins JM Conquers Blue Devils, Crimson Wave Captain Reedy, Pace, Nunnally Lead Attack John Marshall's evenly balanced scoring attack proved too much for Hopewell's Blue Devils as the Justices maintained their Central District lead with a 57-47 victory at Hopewell last Friday night. Captain Jim Reedy led the Jayem attack with 17. Jim Pace had 11, Bill Nunnally and Louis Hobson got 10 each, while Bobby Jones had seven and Buddy Allen two. The tightly played half ended with the score of 27-all. Jayem moved out front early in the second half and was never headed again. With Nunnally, Pace, and Hobson controlling the boards and Jones and Reedy handling the playmaking, the Justices moved to a 36-33 lead at the end of three quarters. Jayem's last 15 points came on foul shots as Hopewell fouled consistently trying to gain possession of the ball. Hobson hit on sue free throws and Reedy five as John Marshall maintained its 10 point...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1957

Page Four Last Will and Testament Of Senior Class of 1957 We, the members of the 1957 Senior Class, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. 1. Josephine Atkins leaves her love for basic math to the next unfortunate straggler. 2. Pat Almond leaves his morning Monocle trips to the printer to anyone who has a first period study and doesn't like to study. 3. Charles Ancarrow leaves ... we hope. 4. Dorothy Arrington leaves her fun in homeroom to the next lucky girl in 107. 5. Shirley Avery leaves Mr. Norbeck to next year's government class in the hope that they will find him easier than she did. 6. Joan Beck leaves The Train Going Thru The Middle Of The House, in the hope that it won't invade the G.A.A. Talent Show again. 7. Audrey Blackburn leaves anonymous Christmas cards until next year. 8. Barbara Blood and Roberta King leave their morning cokes at the bus terminal for coffee breaks at work. 9. Joyce Blommel leaves the bells of matrimony to Claudi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1957

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 8 Cadet Rank Announced For Spring Pulley To Be New Corps Commander Lt. C. J. Schaefer, Commandant of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets, has approved the following appointments for the corps' spring term, 1956-57. Battalion Staff: Malcolm B. Pulley, First Captain and Battalion Commander; John E. Melius, Captain and Battalion Adjutant; Steven W. Pugh, Captain and Battalion Personnel Officer; Thomas B. Mawyer, Captain and Battalion Supply Officer; Laurance S. Rhodes, 111, Captain and Battalion Training Officer; Richard E. Paschall, First Lieutenant and Assistant Supply Officer; Jack K. Morrison, Sergeant Major. Company Band: John W. Martin, Jr., Captain, commanding; Ronald A. Reynolds, First Lieutenant and Executive Officer; George L. Clarke, Second Lieutenant and Drum Major; Byron B. Hubbard, Jr., and James E. Warren, Second Lieutenant and Platoon Leaders; Willard W. Jackson, First Sergeant; Bruce W. Parker and Charles T. Poole, Supply Ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1957

Page Two The Cost of Lost Books Do you find yourself losing books each term? Are you one of the students who must make excuses to your teachers for not having them? Are you "broke" because you must pay for lost books? Recently more students have been able to answer yes to all those questions than ever before. John Marshall seems to be out to set a new record for lost books. With 156 books lost from September to February, a minimum amount of $234 was unnecessarily spent. This amounted to more for one semester than a West End school had for a whole session. What is the reason for so many lost books? No real reason can be given—that is, no reason that is sufficient. Most of the books are lost simply through carelessness. When a book is left in the halls, in windows, or on tables, how can it help but get lost ? When a book is thrown around instead of a ball, or used as a toy, there is nothing left for it but to get lost. When a student feels that a second book would be nice to have at h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1957

February 21, 1957 John Marshall Is Victim In Upset Win By Tee Jay Fouls Cause Jayem To Lose Central Tie Four Jayem Players Reach Double Figures John Marshall, who would have benefited greatly from a win last Friday night, was at least comforted by learning later that Hermitage had also lost. However, if John Marshall had won they would be tied with Hermitage for the Centra! District lead. The John Marshall - Tee jay game did, however, leave practically everyone who saw the game with a heart failure since the lead changed hands so many times in the closing minutes of the game. John Marshall, who was behind eight points as the second quarter began, traded a 2-3 defense for a man-to-man. From there they worked up to a 33-32 point lead at halftime. This slim lead was lost so Teejay was soon leading 41-35, but John Marshall, who was not to be out done soon closed that margin. From there, Bobby Jones led Jayem to a 49-45 point lead, but still that wasn't quite enough as Teejay closed that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1957

Page Four Physics Class Sees Industry In Operation The second period physics class, accompanied by their teacher Mrs. Mary Warinner, had the opportunity of observing the production of electricity when they visited VEPCO's Chesterfield division February 11. The group of 27 from John Marshall made up one of many groups throughout the state that were guests of VEPCO plants on the 110 th anniversary of Thomas Edison's birthday. The class left during second period and rode to the plant on a chartered bus. After arriving at the plant, the class was divided into small groups and toured the plant under the guidance of members of the staff. The students were shown into a room where water from the James River is tested regularly to make sure it is all right to go through the boilers. They were amazed to learn that the plant uses four billion gallons of water a day. The students were then shown the three gigantic units that are used for producing electricity, each one having its own boiler ste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1957

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT EN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No 9 Corps Will Honor It's Best Girls Ceremonies To Be Friday, March 15 Friday, March 15, the John Marshall Corps of Cadets will honor their sponsors in the semi-annual Sponsors' Day Ceremonies. First Captain Malcolm B. Pulley has chosen Andrea Nunnally to sponsor the corps. The other sponsors and captains are John W. Martin and Deanie Proctor, Band; Andrew J. Peay and Page Martin, A Company; Charles Blackman and Frances Hoyle, B Company; and Joseph C. Lyne and Nancy Reid, C Company. Sponsors' Day began in 1935 with a simple pinning at recess. In 1942 the first ceremonial parade was held to make the occasion more effective. Gradually the ritual has grown until now it is one of the most colorful and anticipated days in the cadet year. SPONSORS ESCORTED The sponsors, escorted by the First Sergeants of the respective companies, will come onto the Drill Field wearing the traditional white dresses used for spring term. Each dress is trimmed in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1957

Page Two Now Is The Hour Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief . . . How is it that the old rhyme goes? Many Marshallites are thinking of this old verse as they begin to give thought to their life's work, and it is high time that the rest of us started planning, too. Graduation comes along all too soon for the person who has given no thought to what will keep him occupied after his schooling. Those who have planned ahead are looking forward to an important event March 13. Yes, you guessed it . . . Report Card Day. This day is significant because it gives the wise student a chance to check up on himself and to find out exactly where he needs to put the most work. Of course, one caft usually tell before the reports are issued where he is deficient, and that guilty feeling that your best work is not being done, often appears long before the six weeks' marks are Out. Yet there is something concrete, something final, something urgent about an official grade that says GET BUSY OR ELSE! It pays to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1957

March 7, 1957 Justices Down Hermitage for District Crown JM Five Triumph Over Teejay Hermitage Win Gives JM Victory John Marshall will be the only team to represent the Central District in the State, Group I Championship, March 14-16, because of a pair of surprising victories last week-end. In the finals, Jayem defeated Hermitage 67-56. As the first quarter began, John Marshall found itself behind 4-0 after several minutes. However, the Boys in Blue soon found the range and once tied the score at 8-8. The Panthers were leading as the second quarter got under way 14-12, but Hobson quickly tied the score again by tapping in a two-pointer. Tommy Godsey gave the Justices the initial push to put Jayem in the lead with a push shot. The lead was stretched to 24-17; and then shortened to 26-23, only to be lengthened again to 30-23 at half-time. As the third quarter progressed, the Panthers pulled to within two points of Jayem with Alley, Smith, and Turnage contributing the points. Lanky Jim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1957

Page Four Pupils Are Teachers Six Practice Teachers Assist Staff Six practice teachers have joined the teaching staff at Jayem this semester. Mrs. Helen Berkowitz, a native of New York, teaches journalism in Miss Mary G. Lambert's fifth period class. She also assists Miss Florence Ingram with her homeroom. As an English major, Mrs. Berkowitz is doing graduate work at the University of Richmond. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. When asked to give her opinion of practice teaching, Mrs. Berkowitz said, "I thoroughly enjoy it. I respect, as I never did before, the hard work and long hours of preparation that go into teaching." Miss Janet Smith, a graduate of Jayem, is assisting Mr. Charles Troxell with vocal classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She is a senior and music major at Richmond Profession Institute. There she is a member of the choir and "vice-president of the Accidental Club. Miss Smith, who is originally from Maxia, Texas, plans to teach voice in co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 March 1957

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVIII, No. 10 Senior Class Chooses Who's Who Figure to be Held At Junior-Senior The June class selected classmates for the Who's Who March 7 with the final voting in the homerooms. The work of choosing the students for Who's Who began with the senior class representatives securing nominations from their homerooms. The nominations of each homeroom were taken to the meeting of the senior class officers and representatives where they were totaled. The names of the two boys and girls who received the highest number of votes in each category were put on-the ballot. Mary Wood, editor-in-chief of the Marshallite, chairman of the school spirit commission and a member of the National Honor Society along with John Godsey, president of the Student Association and lieutenant-governor of the Key Club are the class choices for Best All Around. Judy Wray, president of the senior class and head cheerleader, and Bobby Jones, co-captain of the basketballs team and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 March 1957

Page Two Fever Sweeps Jayem Budding trees, singing robins, and March's fierce wind ushered in Lady Spring last Thursday. With her came that once-a-year disease: Spring Fever. The symptoms are the same universally. There is usually a slight temperature on week-day mornings, beginning at the first ring of the alarm clock and rising at the breakfast table and on the way to school. By first period it is unbearable, and if a sick notice cannot be obtained, the head is usually laid on the books of the victim's desk, and the temperature seems to furnish a desire for day-dreaming. While the teacher is explaining the lesson,"the victim is in a far-off dream out-of-doors. When the bell rings for lunch, the fever decreases and the victim goes about as usual. But, alas, that fifth period bell rings, and up it goes again. At 3:07 p.m. it vanishes, and the once-diseased student leaves the school feeling like "a bird out of a cage." The sun lures him out to bask for a while and to forget his day's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 March 1957

March 28, 1957 JM Wrestlers Star in Richmond Wrestling Tourney M. Richwine And Wee Woo Win Trophies JM Finishes Season With 3-3 Record The John Marshall High School wrestling team wound up a successful season with an overall record of three wins and three losses. In the six dual matches, Jayem defeated Hermitage twice and Highland Springs once. The losses were inflicted by Douglas Freeman twice and Saint Christophers once. At the Virginia State High School Tournaments, March 1 and 2, Gordon Carter, in the 165-pound division, reached the quarter-finals which was the best effort produced by the six boys who represented Jayem at the matches. However, at the City of Richmond Second Annual School Boy Tournament, the wrestling team made a superb showing. Wee Woo took first place in the 106-pound class and also won the trophy for the fastest pin, 31 seconds of the first period. Marty Richwine also took a first place in the 127-pound class as well as the trophy for the most outstanding wres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 March 1957

Page Four HONOR ROLL First Marking Period, March 13, 1957 12H1—104 11H7—203 10H9—210W Bishop, Joan Kerneklian, Sam Akers, Regina ,Crouch, Patricia 11H9—210 Coghill, Betty Garland, Milta Lee, David 10L4—205W Gatewood, Douglas 11H11 215 McDonald, Jeanette Godsey, John Kelley, Betty 10L5—105W Latham, Jacquelyn Morrison, Jill Cosby, Elizabeth Mason, Barbara 11L1 211 Rogers, Edward Mcjilton, Sylvia Siewart) Phyllis 10L6-109W Nimmo, Elizabeth 11L2 304 Jacobs, Anita t7oXr ! "• «ayle 9H.-.06W Treibley, Pete 11LS-311 Bland, Patnaa Williams, Carolyn Sweeney, Joan a,lne Wilson, Betty Jane 11L4—305 Hicu, ouy Wood, Mary Knight, John 9H2—201W Woodson, Ann 11L5-310 f* ... _ _ Childress, Wesley 12H2-111 Carter, htoy.France. 9H3 _ 307W Bradley, Grace UL&-314 Welch , Robcrt Lane, Cynthia Shanes, John Walter, Betty ' - 9H4-103W IW , , lft 10H1 7 Dickerson, Ralph 1 2H4—316 Holt, Martha Frances Robinson, Shirley Berry, Anthony Hopkins, Robert iruw 12H5 205 10 H2—212 Von, Sandra Farley, Betty...

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