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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1930

PAGE SIX BRACELETS The Duckies have had adorable bracelets made, bome you.g men around school have such winning ways that a few of the Duckies are minus their bracelets already. Shhhhhh! The Duckies have a big secret! ALPHA PHI The Alpha Phis are well represented in the great affairs of this school. This time jt is in the spiing play. Charles Kahl, the president of the club 'portrays "This man, with lantern, deg, and bush of thorns—" in other words, "moonshine." Westwcod Winfree, another club member, presents "Wall, that vile wall which did these lovers sunder. And through wall's chink poor souls, they were content to whisper." Of coui'se Robert Glidien had to be different, so he takes the part of the beautiful Thisbe—really he is quite good. SAINTS The Saints are planning big times for the week-end of the tenth. Through one of their members, Paul Jones, they procured the use of .the Chesterfield Hills country club for a week end party. Each one of them is looking forward to a good ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

FINAL EDITION Volume 111. Number 12 NEW STAFFS FOR J. M. PUBLICATIONS ARE ANNOUNCED Prominent Students Chosen For Positions. "Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever." Thus it is with High School's publications. This year's Staffs have completed their contributions and are now handing over the reins to their successors. The staff of the Marshallite for next year will be made up of the following pupils: Frank Straus, Editor-in-chief; Sue McClure, Grace Ashton, Mary Anne Guy, Mary Mills, Ellen Barr.ard, James Hill, Robert Glidden, and Beverly Britton, assistants. . Hamilton Enslow is to be the Edi-tor-in-chief of THE RECORD and Elizabeth McDonald, Carol Littig, Doris Yeaman, Eleanor Noble, James Hill, Malcolm Murrill, and Everett Anderson will compose the editorial staff. The business staff will be headed by Garland Branch. His assistants are to be Irving Held, Arthur Jay, and Carter Vaden. There will be others not yet selected. The Monocle has selected Florence Rhea Talley a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE' Established 1929 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOLRichmond, 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 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 Clarice Robinson Cadet Editor Clyde Ratcliffe Dramatic Critic Ruth Gran Exchange Editor Mildred Silvette Special Writer Katherfne Sergeant GENERAL REPORTERS Ellen Barnard, Regina Hefflebower, Milton Hutchinson, Lewis Kaufman, Ann Northington, Elizabeth Parrish, Margaret Proctor, Martha Rosenfeld. EDITORIAL SECRETARY—Katherine E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL Tinsley Reports Big Time At Senior Class Picnic Well, I 'spect maybe you want to hear something about the senior picnic so here goes. To begin with we all met at the dock (a rather odd thing to do) and scrambled aboard the trusty (?) ship Islander. As soon as Miss Cross thought everyone was- aboard that should be aboard, the Island, I mean the Islander, started on its memorable journey down the James. The action started as soon as the boat and didn't stop until it had been well docked. The boat was well stocked with drinks and ice cream, and it didn't take the hot, I mean warm seniors long to find out how cooling the drink|> a)nd ice cream were. Nothing of note happened from this point until we reached the fv iWk KJlf % 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 smoked in your pipe? Why not discover Edgeworth and be done with your hunting? Light a pipeful of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

«*»£» Justices Set New Record MIGHTY JUSTICES' TEAM CONTINUES WINNIN6 STUEIK Several Stars Play Game For John Marshall continued its policy of McGuira's at the -Stadium .last Tuesday.. t Probably there has never been so powerful a nine in the history of John Marshall" and" the team that displayed their- powers - Tuesday. HenryrTaylor;:.Justice mound ace, donaedJtfce Justice _ uniform for the la& time Tuepday.and wound up his cas?fer a,t John Marshall in a blaze ofc jßlory. Backed With marrelerus sw>po*fe\bE his. team matesv. he. held the Mac's hitters until the eighth when Tysjon; third baseman> succeeded in . getting the °Diy h„it of the. game, a single to center, field. Not. only, did he .keep McGuire's practically hftdess, but he struck out eight men. What could be: more fitting than and Wilaon, in -their.last trip„fc>. bat for "Ola John Marshall", to knock Jhome.funfc. Charlie Shade: also drove, out- a. beautiful home run,. b«tweep ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

It May Seem Strange But. . . By CHARLIE TINSLEY, JR. . I 'spect maybe the track team that werjt to Washington didn't do so bad, huh? Yeah, I 'spect mabei not. They just took second place in the meet and had a record breaker with them. (Meaning of course Piatt Bullard). The teachers have well proven that they have some talent other than just being a teacher. All that saw the Burlesque of Midsummer Night's Dream in the Monocle Revue will quite agree with me, I think. I wonder how much rehearsing Miss Cross and Mr. Beverly did for their scene? The seniors had quite a time on their picnic last week. Everyone behaved perfectly and a good time was had by all. Every thing went along nicely until the Sydnor lady (you know which one I mean ot course. The one who wore that stunning costume in the Monocle Revue) started talking History. There seem to be some mighty long faces passing down the hall now a days. I wonder if the oncoming exams have anything to do with this misfortune? You'd better...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1930

PAGE SIX PI DELTA CHI New Deltas: Welford Boscher, Harold Goodman, Narron Hogge, and Eiiwood Harris. In case you don't knew the last one, he's the same old Horse. The club made whoopee (as Eddie Cantor would have it) at Jerry's ca.iin Sunday, May 25. The Mascot, who is a Pep, must have injected into all the Deltas some of that f:r which her club stands. Another bowling match—this time ■with the Sigma Omega Lambda Club. Many events i n store for the Chis. The club will be with you again re;ct September, and until then, Ship Ahoy! (Don't forget the boat trip). I—D—M—A The Idmas, after a long silence, proudly announce that the following wel-known Marshallites have accepted their beds: Will Ewing, Plat Bullard, Stuard Woodson, Ed. Haile. D—E—M—C—N—S Initiation! It's over and the new members are real DEMONS. Now plans are being made for the last big times of this term —They'll be go"d, too. Hope everybody will be able to pull thru those ole exams and have a happy vacation. S'long! THE WR...

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

TOMORROW CENTRAL HIGH Vol. IV. No. 1. J.M. ELEVEN DDIS FOE FIRST, GAME IT PORTSMOUTH Good Line And Backfield Men Disregard Intense Heat and Carry Ball Through JUNIE SMITH MAKES FIRST TOUCHDOWN Captain Smith, John Jeter, \ and Charlie Shade Outstanding Men against Wilson High A hard charging line, coupled with a fast moving backfield, gave the Justice team the large end of 22-0. score against Woodrow Wilson High, of Portsmouth, last Friday. In spite of the intense heat, the Justice backs seemed to make gains for first tlowns at will. The first score came, when Wilson, fighting with her back against ker goal, fumbled. The ball rolled behind the goal, and was promptly pounced upon by a Justice man, giving John Marshall a safty, 2 points. The next score came after a long 35 yard pass, Shade to Smith. A line buck, followed by a dash around right end by Captain Junie Smith, gave John Marshall her first touchdown of the year. The extra point failed. The Justices threatened to score twice m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3. 1879. "EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief -Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor Herman Wun „ sch Club Editor - Mary A " n Guy Ass't. Club Editor Ke* ina Heflebower Feature Editor' 1 R " sa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld GENERAL REPORTERS Anita Barnham, Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClUre, Elisabeth Parrish, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Carolyn Henna, Rebecca Goldberg. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Anne Nenzel, Lesly Banks. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT" BUSINESS BOARD Robert Glidden, David Carr, Ralph Wood, Forrest Rutherford, William Cooke, Carl Nelson. Bernice Abernathy ' and others. FACULTY MEMBERS Editorial Adviser Charles Anthony Business Advisor * ol * nd Galvin To the new Thomas Jefferson High ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1930

CENTRAL HI AND JOHN MARSHALL TOMORROW JUSTICES TO PLAV CENTRAL HERE ON IYO ISLAND Coach Dave Miller Has High Hopes; June Smith Will Be in Backfield; Barnes, Halfback, and Usher, Fullback CAPITOL TEAM ALWAYS RUNNER-UP FOR HONORS Justice Reserves Are to be Hargraves, West, Tolson, Black, Overton, Covington, Jeter, Greenway and Pullen \ John Marshalll opens its local football season with a game Saturday at 11 o'clock with the strong eleven from Central High of Washington. The game will be played at Mayo Island. Coach Dave Miller is fully prepared to meet all forces the Senate City eleven can push to them. Although the back is lighter than last year's squad, the men are faster and are very skillful in line plunging and passing. In the backfield is Captain Junie Smith, fast left-half!" As his halfback mate will be the alternate cap- - tain, Frank Barnes, the brother of the starring Barnes, at V. M. I. Pull back position will probablj be held by Usher. The quarterback post will show Cakie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 October 1930

CLUB CHATTER I-D-M-A The Idmas are back on the job again this .year. They held a big meeting at Gene Cruirfp,ton's house Sunday evening. Many things were discussed. Bids -were decided on iand .will be given out Friday. All the members welcomed Junkie - Smith back into the active membership. All the Idmas -had & big time this summer. Junie Smith, Gene Crumpton, S. Conrad, and S. Woodson spent an .enjoyable summer at Virginia Beach. Tommy Vaiden after a long illness recuperated under the "Carolina Moon." Doct Hale, our ambitious; , member, kept the home fires burning. "Iceman Bowen and Traveling Salesman Elliott had an extended tour through the South. Bill Ewing spent an enjoyable summer at Buffalo Springs, Virginia. Last, but not least, Chunky Galvin spent his summer preparing . a Chemistry manual, but broke loose to_ take a few short trips. v The Idmas are sorry to lose the following: C. V- Blackburn, University of Virginia; Fred Chairsell, University of Massachusetts: J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1930

SUBSCRIBE TODAY Vol. IV. No. 2. J. M. ATHLETES TO ABIDE 8Y LEAGUE ATHLETIC ROLES Virginia Lrterary and Athletic Rules are Considered Fair and Good by Mr. Harwood TEAM NOT TO OPPOSE INELIGIBLE MEMBERS Use of Athletic Skill for Money is Expressly Forbidden; Recruiting is Mentioned Although John Marshall does not belong t6 the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League in football, it abides by the rules of the league. This is done because both Coach Miller and Mr. Harwpod feel that the rules are good and fair. Therefore, any athlete breaking one of the said rules is considered ineligible for the rest of the season. There are eleven rules by which the players must abide. Any pupil who is twenty before or on September 15 is ineligible. No student is eligible to play who has represented any high school or high schools in that branch of interscholastic contest for four years, whether or not the said school has been a member of the league for that period of "time. A student changing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MABSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper c m b ep Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929. at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL iDEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor Mary Ann Guy Ass t. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor .* Rosa Fleeenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld GENERAL REPORTERS Anita Barnham, Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Elizabeth Parrish. Dick Ferguson, Sam, Rudlin, Carolyn Henna, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Lesle Banks, Anne Nenzel BUSINESS DEPARTMENT" BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Business Manager - Robert Glidden Business Assistants, David Carr, Ralph Wood, William Cooke Typist Bernice Abernathy and others. FACULTY ADVISERS Editorial and News Adviser Charles Anthony Business Adviser Roland Ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1930

JUSTICES JOURNEY TO PETERSBURG JUSTICES 10 PLAY CRIMSON WAVE AT PETERSBURG Petersburg to Furnish Tough Encounter; Both Elevens Have Clean Slates With Two Wins and No Setbacks TWO H. SMITHS CAPTAINS AND PLAYS BACKFIELD Justices Hope to Continue Victory That' Has Been Held for Seven Years John Marshall Has Scored 133 Points to Petersburg's 20 . Today John Marshall will journey to Petersburg to engage the Petersburg eleven. For the last seven years the Justices have gained victory but this year's encounter will prove to be a close game. * Both teams enter the field with two wins and no setbacks. The Crimson Wave squad started its season with a victory over the "Emporia eleven with a 7-0 victory and outplayed Hampden-Sid-ney Freshman last Friday to the tune of 18 to 0. John Marshall boasts a win over Wqodrow Wilson by a count of 22 to 0. The 33-0 score last week fell in favor of the Millenites over the Central High of Washington. One feature of the game will be the actions of the Smiths...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1930

PAGE FOUR CLUB CHAT - Officers of the Clubs this year are announced to you in here: Gamma Tau President—Charles Frost. Secretary and ,Treasurer — Charlie Shade. Bootsie President—Nancy Burgwyn. Vice-President—Virginia Cole. Secretary—Betty Rex. Treasurer—Neta Barnham. Reporter—Mary Ann Guy. Mascot—Louis Martin. N Idmas President—Gene Oumpton. Secretary and Treasurer —Stuo Wilson. Reporter—Bill Ewing. Pep President—Lib Sutherland. Vice-President—Mary Wright. Secretary and Treasurer—Kitty Maynard. Reporter—Mafcwell Wright. Mascot—Studie Conrad. / Duckies President—Evelyn Knoub. Vice-President—Jo August. Secretary—Liz English. Treasurer —Marie Duling. Reporter—Kitty Hening. . Mascot—Gerald Luck. Demons President—Martha Rosenfeld. Vice-President—Grace Ashton. Secretary—Pucky Long. Treasurer—Kitty Woodson.. Reporter—Bobby Saunders. Mascot—Harold Goodman. Chics —An Coale. Vice^PfrgHrient— Bobs Armitage. Secretary and Treasurer—Jack Branch. (Reporter—Emily Meade. , Mascot —Bill Bo wen. - I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1930

R.-M. F R O S H TODAY Vol. IV. No. 3. IRVING HELD IS ELECTED CUSS HEAD BYTHE SENIORS Results of Election Announced Tuesday at Senior Class Meeting; Officers lntro>duced VICE-PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY CHOSEN Grace Ashton, Ellen Barnard and Mary Anne Guy to Serve; Plans Made for Dance Irving Held, Jr., was elected president of the Senior Class last week. Others chosen were Frances Dorin, vice-president; Jo August, secretary; Grace Ashton, treasurer; Ellen Barnard, historian, and Mary Anne Gay, reporter. These officers, at a meeting Tuesday, were introduced to the class by the newly elected president. All those elected are prominent in school activities. / Irving Held was an officer in last year's Junior Class and is a sergeant in "B'\ Co. He was on the debating team last year and is on the Record staff. Frances Dorin is a popular member of the Peps, and was last year sponsor of "D"_ Company. Jo August, the secretary, is a Duckie, took an active part in the class last year. Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS CF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. ' (Newspaper Me/iber) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor Mary Ann Guy Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld GENERAL REPORTERS Anita Barn ham, Anne Northington, Sue Cook Elizabeth Parrish, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Carolyn Henna, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Lesle Banks, Anne Nenzcl BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS DEPARTMENT / -Business Manager Robert Glidden Business Assistants, David Carr, Ralph Wood, William Cooke Typist Bernice Abernathy and others. FACULTY ADVISERS Editorial and News Adviser Charles Anthony Business Adviser Roland Galvin SENIOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1930

JUSTICES TO ENCOUNTER R.-M. FROSH TEAM WILL PLAY R:M FROSH TEAM THIS AFTERNOON High School Eleven Undefeated, Engage in Fourth Game of Football Season RANDOLPH-MACON HOPES AVENGE FORMER DEFEAT R.-M. Freshmen, With Three Victories and No Defeats, Come to Richmond With Heavy Team John Marshall will take on the strong freshman eleven from Randolph-Macon today at Mayo Island. The game will be one of the Justices' hardest games. With three wins and no defeats, the Marshallite squad takes the field against a team with an equal record. The fast' frosh squad comes from Randolph-Macon with the fighting hope to revenge the 1929 defeat. Last year the Justices squad paraded the field to register a 25-0 win. Among the backfield of the freshmen will appear Tolson, former McGuire backfield star. Tolson played at Christ's Church before going to the Byrd Parkers. Randolph-Macon set down McGuire's by a large score. John Marshall will place every play against the Randolph-Macon squad, hoping to captur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 October 1930

PACE FOUR CLUB CHATTER Phi Delta Chi As has been the custom of the Phi Delta Chi club to find out things, it would like to ask Mono- cle readers a question. Who is this head of the family that Johnny Frieud has been asking everyone to meet? Perhaps he means tne ' new mascot. Quoting that worthy contemporary, Johnnie Elliot, all thirteen Deltas cry, "O Yeah!" Now to be serious for a moment (excluding "Hoss" of course), the club hopes to burst forth in the near future with a dance. Note: The orchestra will play from asbestos music. The boys are also hoping to loosen up that bowling arm soon, with disastrous results to the opponents, they hope . . . Faint rumors of a stag party . . . • Whoa! In closing, the Deltas wish to quote another famous contemporary, Charlie Tinsley, "I'll be seein' ye." _____ Chatterbox ' Have you seen the new Chatterers, Virginia Rowland, Virginia Ganzert, Marion Vass, Helen Webb, Ethel Brittingham, and Evelyn Dennis. Oh! Gee! Gosh! What a putting Tuesday night...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1930

Ed Vol. IV. No. 4. \ Ten Percent of Graduates FailedFirstYr. College Work The Highest Grades Were Received By Students in Latin, Mathematics, And French. OTHER SUBJECTS CLAIM 35 PERCENT FAILURES. More Failures In Science Due To Their Leavng This Study Out Of Their High School Work./ Ten and two tenths percent of John Marshall graduates failed in their freshman year at college last year, according to a report received by Superintendent A. B. Hill, from the Secretary of the High School Commission of the Southern Association. Around twelve per cent of the 226 students enrolled last year averaged A, an average which is 95 or more; thirty-one per cent B, 85-95; twenty-nine per cent C, 75-85; seventy per cent, D, which is barely passing. Two and twotenths per cent made E and failed. A and B are honor grades. Latin claims the smallest number of failures. On their sub- jects thirty-two per cent made A, twenty-eight per cent, B; twenty *six per cent, C; seven per cent, D; five per cent, E. H...

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