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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 December 1930

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MARBHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Vs. (Newspaper Member) - 1 \^4SSDOIC^" Entered ss second-class matter Sept. IS, 1939, at the postoffice at Richmond, Vs., under the Act of March t, 1979. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Taller News Editor Anita Barnham Sports Editor Hermaa Wunsch Club Editor May Ana Gny Ass't. Club Editor Regiaa HsSsfcewer Feature Editor Rosa Flogonhoisssr Feature Writer Martha Reeeafeld Editorial Writers Edna O'Baaaon Laila Wheary Copy Reader - Carolyn Henna GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClttre, Dick Pergnson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Mayers, Ethel Lovensteln. SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne MeattL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAPP Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assistants: Howard Smith, Wilbur East, Clarence Denoon, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 December 1930

JUSTICE TEAM CONQUERED BY 8-0 SCORE NEWPORT HEWS DEFEATS J. M. BY 8 TO 0 SCORE ON THANKSGIVING DAY (Continued from Page 1) to two, three and four yards. The Marshall line crumpled, never holding consistently. Captain Junie Smith, Shade and Howe and Bower at ends for the Justices did outstanding work. Twice in the first half Newport News advanced the ball to the Justices' ten-yard .line, losing it once on a fifteen-yard penalty and the other time on fumble. The Typhoon's forward wall was like so much cement, and to it goes the entire credit for stopping cold the powerful team from Richmond, which previously has licked every major high school in the State this season. Cadet Notes BASKETBALL LEAGUE By Jimmie Francis The corps basketball league was formed Wednesday morning, Nov. 26 on main drill floor at 10:30 A. M. Coach Miller had the definite schedule announced at that time and furnished all companies with "every assistance desired in both equipment, coaching, etc. All companies will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 December 1930

PAGE FOUR CLUB CHATTER QUILL AND SCROLL Friday, November 21, Rosa Flegenheimer gave a tea at White's for the members of the Quill and Scroll Society. Eats and drinks tumbled down their throats. Who said nobody wanted sandwiches ? Everyone was present except Bob. Wonder how the lone bachelor would feel with ten girls rushing him? The officers for this year are Clarice Robinson, president, Bob Allen, . vice-president, Sue McClure, secretary-treasurer; and Rosa Flegenheimer, reporter. Miss Charles Anthony is sponsor. Martha Rosenfeld is our new member. Other members of the international honorary society for high journalists are Ellen Barnard, Mary Anne Guy, Carolyn Henna, Florence Rhea Talley and Elizabeth Parrish. Plans were discussed about pictures for the annual and about publishing a John Marshall handbook „ BOOTSOS Most exciting meeting at Budda's. Mo' busintss, new Constitution and election of officers for the new Bootsies up at T. J. Liz Strous is the Head woMan and Delaney is g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1930

See The T. J. Show ; OL. IV. No. 10 "VARIETY SHOW" IS TO BE PRESENTED BY T.J. STUDENTS SOON - Show is To Be Presented on - December 12, at 8:15 P. M.; To Be Composed of Four Acts PROCEEDS TO BE USED BY THE ATHLETIC DEPT. Miss Berry Will Direct OneAct Play; Miss Davis To Have Act oi Folk Dancing Mr. Shawen, principal-, recently announced that on the night of December 12, at 8:15 P. M., the students of Thomas Jefferson High School will present. "A, Variety Show." The proceeds of the show, which is composed of four acts, will be used for the development of the athletic department and for decorating the stage." • Miss Azile. Berry wil direct, the one-act play. that wil be given by ( the English department. Miss Katherine M. Davis Wil direct the girl's gymnasium classes ih an act §f folk, dancing, and el ton E. . . Bloxom wil direct t the boys' gymnasium department in a series of stunts,.. Miss Adele Ogilvie of the .music department will have charge of the double quartet of male singers....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1930

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond. Virginia Presses of The HeraJd-Progress, Ashland. Va. (Wtwpapcr Member) 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 .. Mary Ann Guy Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor Rosa Flegenhaiaser Feature Writer Martha Resenfdd Editorial Writers Edna O'Bannon Laila Wheary Copy Reader Carolyn Heaaa GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Dick Fergasan, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne NenseL George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assistants: Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1930

J. M. Joins Virginia Literary and Athletic League J. M. APPLIES FOR FULL MEMBERSHIP IN ATHLETIC LEAGUE John Marshall Formerly Held Membership In League In Only Literary and Track , Departments John Marshall High School has made application to the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League for membership in all departments of that organization. James C. Harwood, Principal, announced today. John Marshill has been affiliated with the League in literary events and in track for the past few years, but this is the first time that steps have been taken to participate in the full program of the league. The failure of John Marshall to enter all the departments of the league in the past has been due largely to financial reasons, Mr. Harwood said. Rules which formerly governed class A schools made it mandatory for these member schools to follow a schedule made out by the league. Due to the desire to arrange its own schedule, John Marshall has preferred to remain outside the league so fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1930

PAGE FOUR CLUB CHATTER Hi-Y Bill Lawrence, a former member of the organization, entertained the Hi-Y club at its last meeting, Nov. 18. The meeting was opened in the usual manner with a devotional talk. After the minutes had been read the meeting was turned over to Chief Blayney for a discussion of a program for the next several months. Many ideas were proposed. Joint meetings with other clubs, socials, basket ball games, and talks were suggested. From these ideas the program committee will mould its programs. There was an interesting discussion of the color of the Hi-Y sweaters. Some preferred white, others wanted navy blue. "Sissy" Harrison spoke on behalf of the white and "Cicero" Rogers brought out good points in favor of the blue. The "Blues" finally won by a close majority. After the meeting was formally adjourned, the boys all gathered around the piano and let the harmony ring to Bill Lawrence's accompaniment. We thank you, Mr. Lawrence. The Alpha Phi Monday evening, November...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

Merry Christmas VOL. IV. No. 11 FACULTY TO PLAY THE VARSITY TEAM THIS AFTERNOON The Big Event of the Year Will Take Place at Gray's Armory Right After School WM. BERRY IS MISSED BUT ANTHONY IS HERE Varsity Gets Chance To Win Back Championship Which Was Taken By Faculty Last Year By Herman Wunsch With four lettermen returning from last year's victorious squad, the faculty has odds of 10 to 1 over the Justices varsity squad. The tall jumping center, William Berry, completed his four years on the faculty squad and is now an understudy in the subject at Thomas Jefferson High School. His wide and loud yells to little Jimmy Anthony will be missed in today's game. Don Long Pants The best looking, youngest, and fairest teachers of John Marshall will don long pants in the hope of showing their feminine features to the younger generation. The over-growth of the players, Captain and Forward, has made it necessary for Miller to purchase new uniforms. All-American Event The game that is being pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE - (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. r- . (Newspaper 3Member) ■ Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 8, 181 9. EDITORIAL. DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - Florence Rhea Talley News Editor Anita Barnham Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor * ary Cadet Editor n f imn £ Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature Editor I^ a _ i . Fle^ nhel ? I TS Feature Writer Rosenfeld VjiUmnfll Writers liidna O Bannon Editorial Writers Laila Wheary Copy Reader Z:" Carolyn Henna GENERAL. REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Dick Ferguson, Sam " Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne NenzeL George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

VARSITY vs FACULTY AT ARMORY TODAY FACULTY TO PLAY IE VARSITY TEAM THIS AFTERNOON (Continued from Page 1) but all those who saw last year's freak game will agree that all the varsity material will be used whether or not. Mr. Lux will probably mark this game in the JHistory of the Country. He'll be sure there is no "Miss Justice" given to the faculty. He'll attend to all that! The chartered trains, planes, and busses will leave John Marshall at sharp and arrive at the Gray's Armory at 3:07 in time to see the toughest and most thrilling game of the school's career. Every two-bit will aid the unemployed. <The writer hopes to find work before that time). Cadet Notes The Corps of '3l wish the Commandant, Captain James C. Anthony, and the assistant-Com-mandant, Captain John S. Folkes, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Successful New Year. The following cadets play on their respective company teams: Hq. Co. Stansburg, J. ..Captain....Forward Hudson, J Guard Howe, G Guard Spain,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

PAGE FOUR CHEMISTRY PUPILS TIKEN TO U. OF R. BY MISS JENKINS Pupils Arrive In Time To Attend Dr. Ryland's Class; Are Shown Through Buildings About a dozen of the pupils of Miss Jenken's chemistry classes went out together Saturday morning to the University of Richmond. They reached the college in time to attend Dr. Ryland's last class it) chemistry. He taught a lesson on the forming of chemical equations, after which he led the group through the new chemistry and physics buildings. The different laboratories and store rooms proved very instructive. The director also showed the class an Egyptian mummy. She was lying in a casket on which the colors of various paintings were still clear after thousands of years. Perhaps she was very beautiful when she was alive, but now she is a litle dark colored something that really can't boast of much beauty. Dr Ryland ca'.cfuJly explained how she was made ready for her thousands of years' sleep and also how she happened to be at the college. The g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

Christmas Shopping Bothersome But Fa POKES IN RIB AND PUNCHES IN EYE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE TROUBLES THAT ASSAIL SHOPPER DURING CHRISTMAS RUSH FOR PRESENTS "Peace on Earth, good will toward Men", used to be the slogan at time, but you can go - inK y y store on Broad street ;(iks always the 5 and 10 anyway) and no one ever heard of such a thing. For as you enter, some kindly person pushes the / door open, hitting you in the eye with the end of a handle of wrapping paper and then steps on your feet with what feels like big brother's foot-ball shoes. You get knocked through the door and shoved up against the jewelry counter and if you've come from school, your books are all over the floor, serving as door r mats, for those people who insist on digging to the bottom of the pile of jewelry for what they don't want! After getting yourself together again and collecting your books and History Notes, you bravely venture forth once more to make an attempt to get nowhere in particular. Of cours...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1930

PACE SIX Club Plan Big Doings For Prospects Of Socials And Week-End Tripsin View J. M. clubs plan big doings for Christmas holidays. Prospects of socials and week-end trips in view. The Pups Plan Pictures The Pups haven't much news except for a few little things like the coming frolic at Nunally's. Then there is the expedition by Bartlett and Miss Philips in order to purchase sweaters. Among other things we have had one of our numerous meetings. The annual pictures were discussed. Another one of the new member's name is Harry Moore. "That solemn man from Kansas. That's all! Jdmaa Announce Dance The Idmas held regular meeting Sunday, December 7, at the Green Gate Studio-big crown-three alumni present. Mr. Galvin is giving the club a bowling championship match Tuesday evening and the winner will get a prize. Thursday evening candidates for the Bowling Team will have a chance to show their skill. The Idmas are going to have a 'possum hunt soon. You should hear Doc Hale and Stu Woodson ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 January 1931

Remember The Exams VOL- IV. No. 12 CADET CORPS GIVEN EXCELLENT UTIRG By ARMY OFFICER Army Officers Praise Good Work of John Marshall Body of Cadets R. O. T. C. SAYS OFFICERS FAMILIAR WITH WORK Mr. Harwood and Captain 1 Anthony Express Gratification at Excellent Report The J. M. Cadet Corps has been judged excellent by the federal officer, who made his inspection before ChristmasThe letter wihch the school received is as follows: 333.1-R.O.T.C. (12-26-30) Subject: Report of Inspection Through The Principal, John Marshall High Schoolfi Richmond, Va. To Professor of Military Science and Tactics, John Marshall High School. 1. The following extracts from the report of inspection at the John Marshall High School by the ROTC Officer on November 4,1930, are furnished for your information and guidance. "This school has the use of three National Guard Armories located conveniently to the school; one of these armories is assigned for offices, students lockers, drill classes, and gallery range ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 January 1931

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. - CNew;-per rfc'rwbsr) — — Entered us second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the jpostoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March a, 1879. EDITORIAL. DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Talley News Editor ...... Anita Barnham Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor Mary Ann Guy Cadet Editor •" Jimmy Francis Ass't. Club Editor Regma Hettebower Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld Editorial Writers Edna O'Bannon Laila Wheary Copy Reader •*••• Carolyn Henna GENERAL REPORTERS Ann* Northington, Sue Cook McClure, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richa.dson, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nensel. George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ' ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 January 1931

COACH MILLER ANSWERS CALL TO V. M. I. DEMON COACH WILL LEAVE J. M. DETER CLOSE OF SCHOOL After June Coach Miller Will Leave J. M. After Being Here For Five Years; Will Be Coach at V. M. I. PREPED AT LYNCHBURG, CONTINUED AT U. OF R. Made Unusual Record With Teams Hiere; Developed Stars for Clubs Here And Elsewhere Dark clouds covered John Marshall when Dave Miller announced that he would continue coaching next September at V. M. I. Miller, who has acted as demon of the Justices' sports, goes to the Cadet institute to coach the freshman team and continue his law study at Washington and Lee. Miller came to John Marshall five years ago to take over the duties as head coach. Since that time the Justices' athletics have been above the average of any Prep school in the South. His team possesses an average that has never been equaled by any other school in the same period. During the five years his football squad has played 48 games. They won 38, tied 2 and lost 9. His baseball clubs have d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 January 1931

PAQE FOUR Clubs Hold Dances During Holidays Plans Being Made for New Year "MONX" Well, the vice president is no longer sucked in. But I do wish to thank him for the swell writeups he has given us and I hope that I can do as well. Signed—the SECT. As you all know we were given a dance by our alumni last Ftiday, and from the reports everyona there had a fine time. This reminds us of a little incident that wa3 noticed. At the dance there were present the "PEP" club except for two of their mem- bers. It looks as if there is a record for someone to shoot at. How about it? Then too it looks like the "MONX" are all too hot for the "PEPS." Now there IS A 'SITATION. for you. At our meeting Sunday held at Fred Bates' house we discussed our bowling team. It was tough we lost to the "PI DELTA CHI" but we are not down in spirits. So watch us strut our stuff, next Thursday. Then we had a fight over the way of arranging our pictures for the annual. Some wanted it this way, others the other, so it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1931

Girls Play Pan VOL. IV. No. 13 mm SOCIETY HAS ITMTI FOR 0.10 S. MEMBERS Quill and Scroll Chapter Initiates New Members at Senior Assembly on Mon- • day PRESIDENT OF SOCIETY CONDUCTS CEREMONY Miss Anthony Presents Club to Miss Branch; English Head Gives Them to Harwood John Marshall students who attended the Senior Assembly last Monday enjoyed an unusual progiam, the initiation of the new members of Quill and Scroll. The new members are Carl Littig, Adah Straus, David Carr,, and Martha Rosenfeld. Clarice Robinson, the president of this society, introuced Miss Anthony, adviser for Quill and Scroll, who told the audience that the aim of the society was to further the interests of journalism and to raise the scholastic recorm among journalists. The emblem of the society is symbolic of the attempts of the scribes of old, to record the thoughts and events of their lives. The quill represents the care that should be taken to express thoughts in proper language. The scroll represents the pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1931

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1920) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 8, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Tailey News Editor Aniia Barnham Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Club Editor - M*ry Ann Guy Cadet Editor ? smn £ n F l ra " cl » Ass't. Club Editor Repna Heflebower Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Martoa Rosenfeld EdiWrtal Write. Copy Reader Carolyn Henna GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Sue Cook McClure. Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ellen Richardson, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nanael. George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Mar.ager David T. Carr Howard* 'smith, Wilbur East, Clarence De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1931

JUSTICES TO HAVE GOLF TEAM SOON en Mir FORM JUSTICE GOLF TEAM Chemistry and Physics Teacher Plans Club for John Marshall Golf-Lovers PRINCIPAL GREATLY IN FAVOR OF NEW SCHEME Match Will Be Arranged With Maury if Possible. Justice Matches Prove Success John Marshall sports will have another entertainment after Mr. Galtfn completes his correspondences with local golf clubs to form a Justice Golf team. Mr. Galvin has been working several weeks on the matter and announces that if a team Is formed, they will be allowed to play on all local golf courses. Mr. Harwood Delighted Mr Harwood, principal of John Marshall, is greatly in favor of the school's putting out a team. Meets with the school faculty, college freshmen and high schools are possibilities for the Justices. Maury High School has claimed the golf championship of Virginia for the past few years. A match will be arranged with Maury if the team is formed. Many Good Golfers Here There are many good golfers now at John Marshall. Ewin...

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