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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 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. M (Newspaper (( ,v £rMc7»T 3 Mem bcrj Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 8, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Chib Editor •' Mary Ann Guy Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer 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 -J James Francis, Lesle Banks, Anne Nenzel v 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 Galvi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1930

JUSTICES PLAY AT ROANOKE TOMORROW Justice Meets Roanoke In Fifth Game of '3O Season John Marshall Squad Leaves For Roanoke Today To Play *2B State Champions Saturday. J. M. TEAM HOPES TO BEAT 1928 CHAMPIONS Jefferson High Will Try To Avenge 33-0 Defeat Received From 'Last Season. John Marshall's football squad left today for Roanoke where they will play the 1928 State Champions tomorrow afternoon. The Roanoke squad will throw all forces against Justices in hopes of revenging the 33-0 defeat handed them last year. When the Justices rush upon the field, they go with hope of keeping the clean slate that they now hold. They have won four games without tasting defeat. Up to date the boys have gained the big end over Woodrow Wilson, Central, Petersburg, and Randolph-Macon to run a score of 77 points to their opponents' none. Coach Dave Miller predicts that tomorrow's contest will be the hardest of this year's games. The backfield will probably have Charlie Shade, a high and long punter. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 October 1930

PACE FOUR CLUB CHATTER Pups Announcing the Pups! The officers of the club are: President—Fred Cox. Vice-President—Mike Bontlett, (The Woman Slayer). Secretary—Tommy Johnson. Treasurer—Everett Owen. Sponsor—Miss Helen Philips. Mascot—(To be mentioned later) Well, now that that is off the Club's chest—oh! Faint rumor of a house party—keep your eye on the boy with a Pup monogram—you can't miss 'em—well, we'll be seein' ya. Pi Delta Chi " The Pi Delta Chi welcome wagon ckugged away from Richmond a couple of' Sundays ago, filled to capacity with lads in bright sweaters, to cruise up the country to the scene of the Deltas' stag party. Alas, an illness in the Hicks tribe prevented the party. Several big, strong cadets and otherwise were seen wearing derbies recently. Some Deltas were among the chosen few who thus demonstrated what the well-dressed man from the South will wear. No cigar, please. The boys wish to call attention to their dance. Negotiations are s» under way with the Westwood ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1930

"J. M.'s TEAM RE-UNITED" VOL. IV. No. 5. Comedy Farce To Be Given By Class Of DramaNov.l4 Second Childhood To Be Given By Class Of Drama; Only One Performance Will Be Presented. BETTY MANN TAKES THE LEADING FEMININE ROLE Miss Mann As Sylvia Will Play Opposite Louis Martin Who Will Take Part Of Philip. The comedy - farce, "Second Childhood" will be presented by the Class of Drama on the night of Friday, November 14, at 8:15. This will be the only performance given. The leading feminine role, Syl- PHb ° ißjl via, will be portrayed by Betty Mann, playing opposite Louis Martin as Phil, her lover. The plot centers around General Burbeck, (Charlie Frost) who also loves Sylvia, and because of an invention of Dr. Relyea, Sylvia's father, a marvelous liquid, which taken in proportionate doses restores one to youth—is—but if you go to see the play you'll know all about it. The tickets are seventy-five and fifty cents. Only the mafti floor, middle section, will be reserved, all the rest of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1930

PAOE TWO n THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper ) Member) JFE. JLF 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 May Ann Guy Ass't. Club felitor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld GENERAL REPORTERS Anita Barham, Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Elizabeth Parrish, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Carolyn Henna, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Myers, Ethel Lovenstein. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Lesly Banks, Anne Nenzel. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Business Manager Robert Glidden Advertisery Manager David T. Carr ADVERTISING STAFF Howard Smith, Wilbur East, Clarence Denoon, Martha Rosenfeld, Regina Heflebower. Circulation Manager William F. Cook...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1930

"THE JUSTICE'S ELEVEN TO CONTINUE" Marshallites To Continue 30 Schedule John Marshall Football Team Decides To Continue Schedule After Long Meeting. VOTE UNAMIOUSLY TO "CARRY ON" By Herman Wunsch After five days of refusing to play football, the squad last Wednesday decided that it would be best to re-unite and carry on their season that had so far proved«to be a success. The vote was taken after a long meeting. The reason that the squad continued its season was because the five boys requested that the season should not be halted on their account. A thing called "School spirit" also played its part. The John Marshall alumni advised the team to follow tlje advice of their coach whichr was to show the school that they were still able to carry on the season's schedule without the five. The squad will continue next week with a game .with Benedictine. Practices will be held daily beginning Monday. Athletic officials seemed pleased at the boys' decision to continue their games. HI-Y Club ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1930

PAGE FOUR CL UB CHA TTER Nu Theta Chi Whoops, my dear! We're here at last, with a new sponsor, new mascot 'n everything. Adcock and Ammons have been dashing madly down corridors and up steps for the past week. Wonder what's up? Come on and tell Now don't be a meanie. Our officers are: Piesident Helen Adcock Vice-President, Virginia McNamera Secretary Ann Ammons Treasurer .... Elizabeth Von Levern Reporter < Frances Smethie MascqJ "Horse Harris" Sponsor Miss Lambert Pi Delta Chi In the club thi s year are notables galore: Captain Goodman of "A" Company; Brother Pearsall, the only person ever to crank a car for fifteen minutes without stopping; Turner, football manager; "Hoss" Harris, the little man witlf the big voice; Johnny Friend, alias Frieud; Runt Hicks, the original man from the South; Dangerous Dan, the boy who sews his monogram on backwards; and an alumnus Pop Boschen. Sonny Boy Bullington,' because of the success of his "Good Morning to You", has been chosen to wr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1930

Half Day Monday * Vol. IV.. No. 6. J. M. CADET CORPS INSPECTED TUESDAY BY COLONEL LEiTT Cadets In Winter Full Dress Uniforms Drill At Blue's Armory For Government Inspection. BAND INSPECTED FIRST; COMPANIES I N ORDER Leavitt Introduced To Now Cadets; Praises Corps, But Points Out Mistakes. The annual government inspection for the corps was held last Tuesday morning by Colonel Leavitt, the R. 0. T. C. officer of the Third Corps Area of the U. S. Army. The entire in winter fulldress, formed in the corridor at 9:00 ar'm. to receive orders concerning the day's inspection. The order read that the inspection and the classes and military sciences would be held in the Blue's armory and not in the Gray's because of the Community Fund Committee occupying the drill floor. The corps was given "fall out" and to re-form on the drill floor of the Blue's armory. Shortly after the companies had been reformed, Colonel Leavitt began his inspection. The band was the first to be inspected and then A, B,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 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. / s (Newspaper | TCTferT j)Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the poetoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 8, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor - May Ann Guy Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Roeenfeld GENERAL REPORTERS Anita Barham, Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Elisabeth Parrish, 'Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Carolyn Henna, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Myers, Ethel Lovenstein. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Lesly Banks, Anne Nenzel. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Business Manager Robert Glidden Advertisery Manager David T. Carr ADVERTISING STAFF Howard Smith, Wilbur East, Clarence Denoon, Martha Rosenfeld, Regina Heflebower. Circulation Manager William ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1930

JUSTICE'S TO PLAY BENEDICTINE TODAY JUSTICES TO CLASH WITH BENEDICTINE IN RESUMING SGHED First Football Engagement Since Recent Lay Off To Take Place This Afternoon. ENTIRE STUDENT BODY EXPECTED TO ATTEND Blue And White Gridders Confident Of Victory Over Rivals; Junie Smith To Lead Attack. % John Marshall's first football engagement since the recent layoff will be this afternoon with Benedictine. Coach Dave Miller has been working hard, whipping the squad back into form, and victory is expected. The fact that the Sheppard St. Boys have no interruption in their grid schedule perhaps would give them an average over the Justice eleven, but with a record of five victories for all five games so far played to inspire them, the Marshallites should not go down in defeat. Great work is expected of Covii;gton, Reynolds, and Black, who d.d so well in th* contest against Roanoke. With a captain such as Junie Smith, who starred in that game, to lead them, the Blue and White gridders are confiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 November 1930

PAGE FOUR CL UB CHA TTER Nu lota Club Welcome to the new members! Here they are: Helen Sales, Stuart Newheiser, and Dorothy Atw ell. Now for thot,e dark secrets: A thtatre party, a dance, new sweatees and what not! You should have seen "Hoss" at the Thursday afternoon business meeting—Woracr what was eomir.t' off Thursday night. .P'.'ss Lambert was holding the scat of honor and what a 10/t 7 sponsor she is! That's nuf. Demon Doings Much glee—more 'citement in Roanoke last week —'Course someof the Demons were there w'ti •flvlt? colors-and-were there big .imts? Well, maybe! r i«» e-dance-trip to V. P. I. (?!Oh!?) and what-not? Dootsie was 'specially happy back in the "ole home town!" Kitty and Bobbie are surely paying for the mar-ve-lous trip. Now why the sudden out-buist ,of energy in Dot, Ethel Lee, and Grace after last Drama meeting? Goo'neww' "jes' 'tween us 'n 'at ole gate post"—'twasn't really energy—merely suction. Ask 'em 'bout it if you haven't already heard. Secrets—there ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1930

Come To The Maury Game VOL. IV. No. 7 J. M. TEACHERS GO OVER TOP IN CHEST DRIVE John Marshall Faculty Score Hundred Per Cent in Contributions to Community Fund Drive. TALKS MADE ON FUND BY STUDENTS IN CHAPEL Several Pupils Speak in Behalf of Chest at Assemblies; Mr. Harwood Speaks to Faculty John Marshall teachers went over the top in contributions to the Richmond Community Chest drive. The Community closed its campaign Monday night with an excess of $2967 which shattered all previous records. Cheers and mer-ry-making resounded through the great drill hall of the Gray's Armory where the Community Fund had its headquarters when the final report was read announcing the overwhelming victory of the many bands of faithful workers who have given valuable gifts in time and money during the past week. Here at John Marshall the task has been shouldered and carried over the top with the indomitable spirit so well-known to high school and its many organizations. Now that the drive is over and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1930

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland. Va. 9 ~~~~~ , . (Newspaper ( Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March S, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Talley News Editor Anita Barnham Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor May Ann Guy Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld Editorial Writers Edna O'Bannon Laila Wheary Copy Reader Carolyn Henna GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Mayers, Ethel Lovenstein. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nenzel. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assistants: Howard Smith, Wilbur East, Clarence Denoon, Martha Rosenfe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1930

JUSTICE'S TRIUMPH OVER BENEDICTINE JUSTICES SOWN PREP ELEVEN BY 13-0 SCORE In Spite of Absence of Five Good Players J. M. Takes Another Victory at Stadium Friday REYNOLDS SCORES FOR J. M. IN FIRST QUARTER Reynolds Makes Both Touchdowns and Smith Scores Extra Point. Covington Also Outstanding. Despite the recent idleness of the John Marshall football team, it defeated the Benedictine eleven, 13-0 last Friday afternoon at the Stadium. The Justices got off to a romping start, with Reynolds making two touchdowns in the first quarter and Captain Smith scoring the extra point. After this, neither team was able to score, the lighter Benedictine team holding John Marshall throughout the rest of the game. Outstanding players for John Marshall were Smith, Reynolds, and Covington, and for Benedictine, Flaccomio, Wallmeyer, and Mc Grathe. Line-up: J. M. (13) Benedictine (0) Crenshaw left end Ryan Conrad left tackle Purcel Jeter left guard Meyer GUI v center Pulton Garvin .... right guard .... H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1930

PAGE FOUR CLUB CHAT "Monx" Due to a misunderstanding about the reports of our club, we have not been heard of for sometime. We are sorry this had to happen, but now everything is cleared up, everything is "Jake," and we will have our say-so each week. The first thing is about our house party. We will give this wonderful affair on the week-end of November 21, at Bowler's Wharf. The committee in charge is none other than "Al" Wilkerson, "Fatso" Gill, and "Pukie" Cadoza. It was decided that, for the initiation of the new members, they would have to wash dishes, cook, make beds, and what not ? Ah, wouldn't you like to be one of the new members, I wonder?? Billy McGrath has volunteered to be custodian of all jokes and the comical side of it. You know, we believe that Billy oould make the stage, but for a certain sign—"Manager: Private Keep Out." Gerald, our president, is a mascot of the Duckies. They gave a house party this week-end and KIDNAPPED our head man. Believe it or not. In hi 3 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1930

THANKSGIVING VOL. IV. No. 8 Special Train Chartered Thanksgiving To Take Students To Newport News ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PUPILS REQUIRED TO SIGN UP FOR GAME BEFORE TRAIN IS SCHEDULED JOHN MARSHALL FIGHTS TO KEEP CLEAN RECORD Cadet Corps in Body Will See Justice Eleven Fight To Keep Record With No Defeats A special train wil be chartered to take students down to Newport News the day of the Thanksgiving game if as many as one hundred and fifty pupils sign up to go. The price will be two dollars for the round trip. The train will leave Richmond early Thursday morning and return that night after the game. Large Crowd Expected It is expected that many pupils will go down, and that the cadet corps will attend the game almost in a body. Stulents who are planning to go are excited over the prospect and expect to make a merry time of it. Newport News is an ancient enemy of John Marshall. The team fears her almost as much as it fears Maury. Last year's game was the frst time in eight years tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MABSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Me>n Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March S, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Talley News Editor Anita Biurnham Sports Editor ~ Herman Wunsch Club Editor May Ann Guy Ass't. Club Editor - Begina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenheimer Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld Editorial Writers Ecb»* O'Bannon Laila Wheary Copy Reader Carolyn Henna GENERAL. REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Mayers, Ethel Lovenstein. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks. Anne NenzaL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assistants: Howard Smith, Wilbur East, Clarence Denoon, Martha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1930

J. M. PLAYS AT N.N. WITH WIN OVER MAURY MURES DEFEATED BY ST. CHRISTOPHER AT STADIUM FRIDAY Saints Resort toAerial Attack And Complete Most Of Passes; McGuires Eleven Weakness in Passes Cost Them Game Last Friday the St. Christopher eleven continued to keep its goal line uncrossed when It scored a 7-0 victory over the McGuire team. This victory was the sixth of the season for the Saints and brought the point total to 128 as against zero. John Marshall is the only team that stands be_ tween the Saints and the city prep title. The game started with St. Christopher's kicking off to McGuire's. After bucking the line three times for little gain, the Byrd Parkers were forced to kick. The Saints resorted to an aerial attack and completed three out of four passes in the first quarter. McGuire's tried two passes but completed only one of - these for a short gain. The two teams played on an even kick throughout the first quarter. Soon after the .whistle had blown for the second quarter with t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1930

PACE FOUR CLUB CHA TTER I-m-p This man, Frost, must hold an appeal for the Imps. They had a plenty good time at his house Wednesday evening eating drinking and dancing. The good part is coming now. Just wait till you see our pictures in the Times-Dispatch. Gamma Tau The Gamma Tau club of John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson met last Sunday afternoon at the little white house on Hanover avenue to discuss the outcome of the Hallowe'en dance. If any of you didn't know any of the Gamma Taus—if you saw Second Childhood, you know at least a few of them by now. The "head man" (meaning one of the directors) was there Sponsor, Mr. Gemenez. The next two "head men" (meaning stars) were also Gamma Taus, their president, Charlie Frost, and their auto salesman, Louis Martin. Say, be sure to keep the old peepers pealed (eyes open) for the big dance at Westwood December 23. You know, its close to Christmas, and all the alumni will be .home—You know what that means. Chatterbox Club The club can't wait...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 December 1930

No St. Chris Game VOL. IV. No, 9 Newport News Defeats J. M. By 8-0 Score On Nov. 27th. Typhoon Eleven Blast John Marshall's Hope of State Championship at Newport News J. M. WELL REPRESENTED AT GAME BY STUDENTS Around 1,500 Students And Cadets Travel to Newport News to See Biggest Game of Season A roaring typhoon from Newport News High School, inspired to greater effort in its desire to halt the march of a championship team, blasted the hopes of John Marshall High of Richmond for the State football championship November 27th by blowing over the hitherto undefeated Justices, 8 to 0. '• More than 6,000 spectators, including the band and 1,000 cadets from John Marshall, who came by special train, shivered in the bitter cold as the mercury stood in the thirties, while the two teams battled it out on frozen ground and with frozen hands in the/outstanding annual Thanksgiving high school classic among Old Dominion schools. John Marshall was swept off its feet by a faster team, a team that f...

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