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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1931

PAOEPOUR Parties,! Dances, Socials, Planned for The Future Swantika Wants Space How! folks, the great and mighty tribe of Swastika under the leadership of heap big chief, Grey Batkins, have camped on the happy hunting ground of the medicine man, Senor Morales, in room 28. The tribe now includes the following hale and hearty sachems, Grey Batkins, Starke Farley, Billy Hamm, "Zeke" Stansbery, Hugh Race, "Runt" Trevillian, Charlie Drenara, Cecil Churn, Welford Straith, Frankie Moor efield, "Skeeter" Harris, Foster Brenser,, and Clene Kern. We have had two greatly successful pow-wows in the past week, and the business has been just buzzing. We have big plans afoot for the near future, and with the aid of Senor Morales and the tribal Pocahontas, Jac Branch, we expect to accomplish big things. We have worn our new sweaters once or twice. Of course you have seen the black sweaters with the white monograms and the little swastikas which looks as if the printer got his E's and F's mixed up. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1931

Girls Play Faculty VOL. IV. No. 14 URGE CLASS OF 161 PUPILS GRADUATED HERE THIS MONTH A Great Variety of Courses Taken by the Large Class of February Graduates MANY FORMER STUDENTS m VARIOUS COLLEGES U. of R., V. M. I. and V. P. I. Some of More Popular Colleges, As Well As Normal School The office reports that of the two hundred applicants for graduation in February one hundred and sixty-one has graduated. Two students still have to take their examinations. Fourteen students completed Latin courses; two, commercial courses; and the others, Elective courses. Three boys finished the twocourses, but a few of them have year vocational course. Many students are taking post graduate courses, but a few of them have entered colleges for the mid-term. Those going to the University of Richmond are Billy Ballou, Thomas Drewry, Alvin Holland, Carl Nelson, and Hugh Stockdell. Lewis Martin is attending Washington and Lee University. Umberto Baldu|cci and Jack English are going to V. P. I. Extensi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1931

MM TWO THE|4ONOCLE (Established 1919) ruiusm WHKLT BY THK STUDEHTS or JOHM MAHfcHU I HIGH SCHOOL Virglaia Fran- a* TW Herald Fror—. Aahlaa 4. Va. Brtaw* #■' Mean*' niasa watt* Swt. 13. JS*" •mm a* Hkk*w4. Va.. udtr ths Aat of March ». Wfc EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT £ Htotoa-iw-cHiKF FWraaos Bhaa Tallsr Maw lMiui Anita Barnbaai teri- Mftar .... Harmaa Waaaeh aStoiSET 1. ." Mary Aaa Gnf SMtar Jimmy Fraacis j3T aikEiiiw ... Bccfaa Ha««kewM rSlrrra '-— 1 Martha Rosanfald gSg! wljjy—* Malta* EoaaafsU Writes* 4 Bdna O'Baaaoa wmmm w ntaa* • L»iu VkMrr f l|r "X - - Cafrofcrm Heana GENERAL REPORTERS Both Lawaatsta. Baaristta Bakbtarjr SPORTS WRITERS immm laa. »—* BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUCtKSM MAKAGBB Bohart T. QlMdaa ADVERTISING STAFF JJAAR ~— * CBW CIMW * *—• - CIRCULATION STAFF T*TT'iiTn**~ Vr—r- - - William F. Coaka w> —Warraa Smith S3 AtflMWto FACULTY ADVISERS ■AS ■*» AN IMHW N. S. P. A. mo. M. SM I. R A. SPRISG IWE. OU« ■UBtReS6 ADVISER tits tflenoote hat loot its business adviser. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1931

J. M. DOWNS SAINTS; BOWS TO CADETS JOHN MARSHALL IN LITE DRIVE TO WIN, FINAL SCORE 32-20 St. Christopher Falls Before Justice Attack in Final Quarter of Contest John Marshall High School cagers defeated St. Christopher's on the St. Christopher floor in a fourth quarter spurt that placed the final score at 32-20. The Justices maintained a short margin throughout the contest, but the Saints pushed their opponents in an attempt to even the battle until the last quarter. In the final period Smith fed the ball to Atkins, Rideout and Pullen to stretch a 19-16 third quarter lead to a margin of 12 points as the game ended. The two prep quintets scrapped on fairly even terms during the first stanza which ended 9-6, the Marshallites leading. The victors pushed their advantage to 13-7 at the half! The Saints, led by Kennon and Berry, re-entered the fray with renewed vigor and out-scored the Justices butj fell short of overtaking them at the close of the third quarter. Hideout and Berry, opposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUB CHATTER Clnb Reporters! All club reporters are requested to meet with Mary Ann Guy Monday after schoal in Room 104. o Club News The Writers Club cordially iavites all who are interested to the meeting Friday, February 20, to hear Miss Frarnces McElroy, a writer of juvenile stories, speak. The meeting will be held in Room 104. Miss McElroy has written "The Fall of the Fairy Prince" and other children's stories. The staffs of the J. M. publications are extended a special invitation. Pups Goose-Step as They Bowl Now that all the exams are over the Pups intend to go places and do things. We announce with regret the conversion of Drury and Owen into alumni. This unforeseen contingency leaves us without a treasurer. Here's hop'ing these two boys reconsider. The bowling this week (with the -dmas) was marked by intricate dance steps by Cox, and low scores of 7 and 41. These were chalked up by members who were under the impression that they were playing golf. Johnston and Hutc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 February 1931

Remember Who's Who VOL. IV. No, 15 MID-WINTER CADET HOP DATE SET FOR 27TH OE FEBRUARY Senior Captain "Studie" Conrad, With Miss "Jerry" Brown Will Lead Figure OFFICERS' PARTNERS ARE CHOSEN EARLY Cadets Believe in Motto "Early Bird Catches the Worm" The John Marshall mid-winter cadet hop will occur on Friday night, the twenty-seventh of February. The ball will begin at 9 o'clock with a figure led by Senior Captain "Studie" Conrad with Miss "Jerry" Brown and assisted by Captain "Bill" Bowen with Miss Dorothea Anderson. The cadets will wear full-dress with duck trousers and saber, while the girls will wear long white evening dress. The following are the names of the cadets and their girls in the order they will appear in the figures: Senior Captain "Studie" Conrad with Miss "Jerry" Brown, Captain Gerald Luck with Miss Helen Moler, Captain -Adjutant Lawrence Hicks with Miss Catherine Billups, Captain Doeppe Goodman with Miss Virginia Rowland, Captain "Horse" Harris with Miss "Pat" Powel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 February 1931

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. (Ne»st»l>cr () Mem ber) juj Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond. Va., under the Act of March 3, 1579. 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 and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld 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 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 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 February 1931

J. M. H. S. BATTLE CADETS WEDNESDAY JOHN MARSHALL WILL ENCOUNTER BENEDICTINE This Is One Of Most Important Games Of Season; To Be Held In Armory at 8:30 ABSENCE OF M. PULLEN WILL BE MISSED BY TEAM Pullen .Is Recovering From Operation; Rideout Or Greenway Will Take His Place John Marshall will play one of its most important games of the season next Wednesday when the Blue and White squad will encounter the Benedictine flashes on the Armory Court. When the opening whistle blows, the Miller-coached squad will take the floor minus the skillful playing of Marvin Fullen, forward and high jumping center. Pullen is recovering from an opera ton caused by his appendix. He will «be missed for the rest of the season. Ridout or Greenway will be shifted into the Pullen position. Forwards will probably consist of Herman Taylor, Atkinson and Grossman. Perlistein, Austin, and Tuck will probably put in their appearance. Captain Smith and Grossman will begin at guard. Covington and Fratkin will substi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 February 1931

PACE FOUR Clubs Broadcast Many New Discoveries And Bids Gamma Tau Announces Hlelo, everybody! Here we are again. The first news item for today is a sad one—the loss of Mr. Roland (Chunky) Galvin, a good friend to all the clubs. We wish him much success in his new work at Thomas Jefferson. The Gamma Taus are also sorry to lose two other great pals—Louis Martin, last year's best looking boy (?) and A 1 Holland, a famous J. M. letter man. You will find Louis at W. and L. and A 1 at Richmond. The club is pleased to welcome two new members to fill their places. They are Julian McCarthy and Wilfred Gregory. They are also pleased to have an old member who returned this semester—Henry Davis, the terror of the bowling league. Speaking of bowling, that brings us to the next news item for today. The Gamma Taus are still leading the league at the end of the first half. Part of this is due to the backing of their sponsor, Mr. Giminez, and the terrific rooting of their mascot, "Dutchie" August, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1931

Come To The Game VOL. IV. No. 16. OPERETTA WILL BE PRESENTED IN NEJIII FUTURE BY CHORUS The Count and the Co-«d, by Geoffrey O'Hara, Is Cast For School Entertainment MR. MERCER DIRECTS LIGHT MUSICAL DRAMA Players To Assume Double Roles In Two Nightly Performances THE COUNT AND THE COED, by Geoffrey O'Hara, is the title of the operetta that will be given in the John Marshall Auditorium on April 30, May 1, and May 2. Mr Mercer has assigned two roles to every person taking part. One set performs one night and the second set performs the second night. The characters follow: Marjorie, Eliabeth Duke and Grace Wells; Dilly, Ruth Maynard and Anne "Hill Butcher; Agatha, Josephine August and Margaret Brown; Birdie, Avis Greery and Mary Waddell; Amy, Doris Broadstreet and Ruth Short. The boys taking part are: William Cooke and Stanley Hague as Hamilton; Charles Frost and Garland Stone as Snoope Andrews; Robert Davidson and Cabell 800 the as Doctor "Mac" Spadden; Woolrige Tuck and Robert Coit a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1931

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. X ■■ ' ' ' *V (Newspaper 5 ' J Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the poetoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 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 \ss't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld 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 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 Manager Dav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1931

J. M. H. S. vs MAURY TOMORROW IN GYM. JUSTICES .TROUNCE SAINTS FOR THIRD PREP RICE VICTORY John Marshall cagers won their tenth contest of the season and the third in the City prep school race by defeating St. Christopher's quintet Monday afternoon at the George Wythe Gymnasium 33-18. Taylor led a sharp-shooting offense to gain the Justices a 20-8 advantage at the end of the first half. Aided by Atkinson and Grossman, the Marshallite forward increased the advantage in the second half. Taylor scored eleven field goals for a total of twentytwo points. * Kennon was the leader for St. Christopher, scoring five points. Summary: St. Christopher's (18) F. FG TP Kennon, f 2 1 5 Cabell, f 0 0 0 Pendleton, f 2 0 4 Ferry, c 1 1 3 Lee, g 0 2 2 Bosher, g 0 2 2 Banks, g 0 0 0 Totals 6 6 18 John Marshall (33) F. FG TP Taylor, f. 11 0 22 Atkinson, f 2 15 Austin, f 0 0 0 Rideout, c 0 0 0 Perlstelin, c 0 11 Smith, g 0 0 0 Tuck g 0 0 0 Grossman, g 1 3 5 Totals 14 5 33 FESTI ITALUNA TURNS OUT HUGE SUCC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 February 1931

PAGE FOUR Many Interesting Plans Fill The Club Calendar Ace Diary Dearest Diary: Gee, Diary, things have already started to happen. There was an "Ace" tea at Anne's, and was there fun galore? Everybody had a grand time, but really the fun was riding a little boy's bicycle. Wait until you see the new Aces flying about. Oodles o' people will take notice—And How! The Ace alumnae, which is sponsored by the Domino Club, is giving a Spring dance at Westwood. The gang 'round here better start getting their dates for the big event. "I'll be seein' you" "Ace" Bridge Party To Be Given By Peps The Peps had a most interesting meeting at Liz Cook's last Tuesday. The main topic of discussion was the subscription bridge party, which is to be given Saturday, ,21, at Mann and Brown's. After the discussion came the eats, and were they delicious? Well, you should have been there. It was the first meeting that we have had in a long time at which every Pep was present. Our only regret was that our spons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1931

See The Game VOL. IV. No. 17 OPPORTUNITY OF SPENDING SHIM IN ORIENT OFFERED Students to Write Essays on "Why I Would Like to Spend A Summer In The Orient" CONTEST IS SPONSORED BY FAMOUS UPTON CLOSE Teachers Also Invited to Write Essays on Same Subject in Separate Contest (American Boy) How would you like to visit Yokohama? Then sail across the Island Sea to China and see the Ten Thousand Li wall, which we call Great? How would you like to spend all of next summer in the Orient with Upton Close, the famous American, who for one year was editor of the world's oldest newspaper, The Peking Gazette! Some high school boy or girl is going—it may be yourslef. And perhaps one of your teachers is going, too! A three-month trip to the Orient with all expenses paid from the home of the winner and return is offered to boys and girls under twenty-one by the American Boy Magazine in its March issue. Twen-ty-five more contest winners, the runners-up, will receive books written and autographed by Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1931

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. OtCTSpawrt jWcmbarJ 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 News-Editor - - Anita Barnham Sports Editor Dick Fergusdn Clnb Editor' - Mary Ann Guy Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Ass't. Club Editor Resrina Heflebower Teal m i and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld Editorial Writer* Edna O'Bannon Lai la Wheary Copy Reader Sam Rudlin GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenatein, Henrietta Salsbury, Sylvia Magid SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne NenzeL George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assistants: t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1931

BENEDICT! WINS GAME FROM JUSTICE QUINT HERE THUDS. Benedictine Defeats John Marshall After A Hard Fought Battle, Last Thursday Benedictine defeated John Marshall to win its first city prep school basketball championship last Thursday night on the Grays' Armory court, in a game which required an extra five-minute period, 34-28. A crowd of nearly 2000 watched the cadets fight back gamely after trailing the Justices for nearly the whole game. Benedictine was forced to do its very best during the last few minutes to overcome the Marshallites, especially during the last five minutes when it looked like a certain defeat for the West End cadets. Thursday night's game marked their second victory over the Justices this season. Good Play First Quarter Executing their plays swiftly and accurately John Marshall gained a good lead during the first few minutes of the first-quarter. Rideout and Taylor made the score 5-0 before Elmore of Benedictine had scored. Junie Smith scored a field goal for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1931

PAQE FOUR Clubs Announce What" Among Social Set News from Bachelors In spite of many callers, who were immediately thrown out, the Bachelors held a meeting at the home of their mascot, "Nubble". Nothing much was accomplished, because who is there that can talk business with Miss Knaub around ? He's a better man than I am. We are very proud to have two representatives winning in the "Who's Who" Contest. Besides our afore - mentioned mascot, "Nubble", our able secretary, Bob MOseley, was also chosen. Our alumni have asked us not to let you forget the dance at Westwood. April first. We promise yau an ample good time. The bowling team bowls merrilj on and seems to be getting into its stride. The new members are "Reg'lar fellers", find—who can tell?—we may win fifth place after all! "Who's Who" in "Demons" The Demons are ahead of time as usual 'n just raring to go. Have you ever seen anyone so friendly as Pat Brown, the newest Demon? Lots of people envy your smile, Kitty—Just where did y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1931

Come To The Senior-Junior Dance VOL. V. No. 18. DEADLINE HEARS FOR SCHOLASTIC CONTEST ENTRIES All Contributions Must Be In By March 15; 40,000 Entrants Expected This Year PRIZES GIVEN WINNERS TO TOTAL OVER $4,500 John Marshall basketball team met defeat at the hands of Raleigh, North Carolina High School by the score of 35-25 in their first tournament sponsored by Washington and Lee University. The Justices were originally scheduled to meet Buchannan, Virginia High School, but because they withdrew from the tournament at the last minute, the Raleigh quintet took its place. Raleigh got off to a fast start, and at half time was leading 1814. The Justices were not able to overcome this lead at any time during the last half. Herman Taylor, who has contributed much to the team scoring through-out the year, could not find the basket for his usual number of points. "Twopoint Perlstein" stretched Ms usual two points to four in this Many Prizes To Be Awarded | game. Winning Pieces To Be Publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1931

PAQE TWO _THC MONOCLE , (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THB STUDENTS OF JOHN IfABSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the Postoffiee at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March S, 1879. EDITORIAL. DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Talley News Editor - Anita Barnham Sport* Editor - Dick Ferguson (Club Editor Mary Ann Guy Jimmy Francis Ass't. Club Editor Regina Heflebower Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Martha Rosenfeld Editorial Writers - Edna O Bannon Laila Wheary Copy Reader Sam Rudlin GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salßbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss SPORTS WRITERS James Francis. Leslie Banks, Anne NensoL George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Howard Smith. Wilbur Ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 March 1931

TRICK TRY-OUTS HE HELD DAILY IN IE GRAY'S ARMORY One Hundred Candidates Reported to First Track Practice; Weight Men and Dash Men Are Wanted Track practice began last Monday with nearly one hundred candidates reporting to the first practice held on the drill floor of the armory just after school. Piatt Bullard, the captain of this year's team, reported to the first practice of the season. Piatt has been sick and the doctor said he would have to take his training a little slowly. It was Piatt who won ten first places, or a first place in every meet last season, thus scoring 50 points in mile and half mile, and 10 points in the relay. Two Other Letter Men Out There were two other letter men besides the captain out for the first practices. They were Tommy Baker and Tommy Garvin. Each of these letter men led a group in eight laps around the drill floor. Henry Miller, John Dew, Robert Bardwell, Benny Saunders and Cameron Alsop were the veterans out from last year's team. Jack Overton and...

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