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

PAG £ FOUR Dances And C To Fill Easter Calendar Alpha Phi Plan a Dance Well, we are finally coming to life again, or rather some one found that our Monocle reporter had lost his pencil. We have been having meetings and doings things right along until somebody started bringing the mascot to the meetings. Now Instead of doing any business at the meetings, everyone is trying to make time with "Dickie." At our last meeting we make plans for a dance at West wood on April 17, and is it going to be good? It had better be. President Kahl asked for the treasurer's report, and the meeting ended in a riot with everyone chasing the treasurer. Chatterers' Cabin Party The Chatterbox Club held its last meeting at the home of the Billups. Everyone had a rollicking good time. Micky and Ganzert looked as if they were enjoying themselves immensely. I think they were playing a game. The one who ate the most marshmallows won. We were all "het" up over the profits made from our Bridge party- By the way, ...

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

Subscribe For Your Marshallite VOL. V. No. 19. SCHOLASTIC PRESS HONORS MARSHALL'S 10 PUBLICATIONS Monocle Awarded A First Place In Class A By Columbia Scholistic Press Association RECORD RECEIVES THIRD PLACE FOR MAGAZINES Grading Of Literary Productions Not Yet Public; Representatives Return First place in Class A was WOP by the Monocle from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The Record was awarded third place. The John Marshall publications were listed among a group o> those judged the best in the na tion. The method of awarding is by points. A paper has a certair number of points detracted frorr the maximum for each fault; those whose marks are in a partlculai range are listed as winning first place; the next, second, etc. Awards were announced on the closing day of a press conventior which was held in New York or March 12, 13 and 14. The Monocle and the Record have not yet learned their grading. David Carr and Ralph Wood re presented the Monocle at this con ven...

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

PAGE TWO _THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MAKSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. / 1 TV f-< * • 1 1 - (Wewspsper M-niberJ Entered as second-class matter '-feept. 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 t . Dick Ferguson Clob Editor Mary Ann Guy Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Aaa'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 Salsbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nenzel. George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advert...

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

GIRLS PREPARE TO PLACE TRACK TEAM FOR COMING SEASON Girl Reserves Sponsor Movement; Temporary Officers Elected For Management The first girls' track team in the history of John Marshall, under the auspices of the Girls' Reserves, held its initial meeting of the season at the Y. W. C. A. last Monday afternoon. Lalla Wheary was in charge of the metting and several matters of immediate importance were discussed. Marguerite Shribling, a star on last year's hocky team, was elected manager of the track team. After much discussion it was decided to concentrate their efforts this season to dashes, relays, standing broad jumps, basket ball throws and soccer. A Friend in Need A committee was appointed to investigate the matter of a place to practice. In all probability, a friend will lend a place. This committee is headed by Bessie Whitworth, assisted by Ellen Richardson and "Chicken" Halman. The sprinters will meet this afternoon to mark off the ground. The team will practice on every Monday...

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

PAGE FOUR Club Plans Cab Dances, Fo Moni 'News The Monx expect big things April 25 and 26th. That Is the date of the .House party. Billy McGraph has consented to let us go to his place. A committee was appointed to arrange for food and transportation. Fred Bates has arranged so that the Monx can obtain copies of the picture that was taken of the club in front of John Marshall. Garnet Smith has two reasons for liking the Monx Club. Only lately has she found the last reason. The Monx were honored with the presence of Felix Phaup at the last meeting at Teeny Ellis' house. Demons Have Many Plans -Plans—have been made—and are those good ole times coming 'round?—coming 'round the mountain! Yes! there's mystery in the air—just why was Kitty so elated and happy last Sunday? Can't wait to know who'll get high score at Martha's golf party. Now, Ethel, don't snatch the prize. And have you seen what cutesy roadster of Pucldes?—Puckies?— well almost! Get Betty to tell you all about the serenades...

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

JUNIOR-SENIOR DANCE VOL. V. No. 20. VIRGINIA C. M. T. C. QUOTA FDR GAMP IS BEING FILLED Many Richmond Boys Have Not Yet Applied; Applications Should Be Sent In Immediately BOYS URGED TO ATTEND Many Marshallites Attended This Camp Last Year: Enjoyed Their Summer Very Much This is the season of the year when young men who desire to benefit by training at the Citiznes' Military Training Camps should make their applications. Last year hundreds of Virginia boys were disappointed because they submitted their applications too late. The authorities in charge of these camps desire especially to have Richmond fully represented because the number of boys attended these camps is limited by the travel money that is available. Each student \s paid five cents a mile to and from the camps, and five Richmond boys can be sent to this training for the same cost as one boy from the western part of the state. Camping Desirable for Boys If practicable, every boy should go camping in the summer time. It i...

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

PACE TWO THE MGNOCLE tljstah i«'f ; ij29) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Prases of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper bfH Member) 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 Ferguson Club Editor Mary Ann Guy Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Am'L 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 Salsbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nenzel. George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER . Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advertising Manager David T. Carr Assist...

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

CADET CORPS IS NOT REVIEWED HERE B¥ REAR-ADMIRAL BYRD Various Reasons Offset Expected Inspection Of Corps; Cadets Hear Lecture The John Marshall Cadet Corps did not, as was expected, escort Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd last Tuesday because of his late arrival, at 2:15 P. M., from Staunton. Admiral Byrd, in a wire to Commandant Anthony, offered to inspect and review the Corps at 5 o'clock. The battalion was unable to receive this honor because the cadets who left school at 2:30 to hear Byrd's lecture at the Mosque could not return to the armory and be in full-dress by 5 o'clock. The corps did, however, undergo a full-dress inspection and review at recess. White cap-covers were worn for only the second time this term, the first being when pictures were taken for the Marshallite. It was unusual for an inspection to come off on Tuesday since Friday is the regular full-dress day, but the wire from Admiral Byrd was received too late to inform the men of a change in schedule. There was no ...

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

PAGE FOUR Clubs Are Still Busy With Parties, Dances and Etc. Swastika, Steps Out Had we stayed down at Farley's place any longer we'd probably have drooped or dropped apart from sheer fun not to mention water on one's back at four, and loss of sleep. Weak end is night. Mr. Gimenez and Mr. Morales should go on the stage as a song and joke number. Batkins is already collecting money to help pay for the piano Morales melted. Can that guy play! and "Porter, bring me One towel!" "Sweetword" Rose and Morales should go into the construction business after all that bridge. Should have seen Cecil try to steal Raphael's cherry, in the fruit There were several shooting galleries...... "Farmer" Ham showed "Jailhouse" Trevvillian just how one of them worked....and if we couldn't play the sax any better than Rudy (Squirrel) Kern can we would say "Dag nabbit." Now be careful, Sketter! Can Smith and Farley cook It passed anyway and get another bucket of water! Should have seen Drinkard lead the thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1931

French Play Tonight See It! VOL. V. No. 21 GIRL RESERVES (RE TO PRESENT LOOS COMEDY SOON Cast Is Chosen For Production of The Whole Town's Talking, By Local Club Cirls MARY MILLS IS TO TAKE LEADING FEMININE ROLE Sol Hyman And Regina Pryde Are Mr. And Mrs. Simmons, Claude Stanley Will Be Suitor The Whole Town's Talking, the Girl Reserves spring play, was cast last week. This play, a three-act comedy, was written by the celebrated Anita Loos and John Unerson. Mary Mills, well-known in John Marshall's dramatic circles, is taking the leading part of Ethel Simmons. Her father, Henry Simmons, is played by Sol Hyman, and Harriet Simmons, her mother, is Regina Pryde. Chester Binney, Mr. Simmon's business partner, who is madly in love with Ethel, is taken by Claude Stanley. Margaret Van Oot is the dangerous movie vamp, Letty Lythe, and Chester Starkey plays the part of her fiance, Donald Swift, ex prize fighter and now motion picture director. A young Chicago blood, Roger Shields, is taken b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1931

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1 <>2!i i PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP JOHN MARSHALL IIIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. / #*s^ (NewspaperjMember) 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 Ferguson 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 ...» Sam Rudlin GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Dick Ferguson, Sam Rudlin, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, Leslie Banks, Anne Nenzel. George Ellis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT BUSINESS MANAGER Robert T. Glidden ADVERTISING STAFF Advert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1931

PETERSBURG i DEFEATS JOHN MARSHALL GOOBERS ENOULF JUSTICES TO SNAP WINNING STREAK Petersburg Breaks John Marshall's Winning Streak Of Twenty-Eight Games With Score 19-10 Petersburg broke John Marshall's winning streak of twentyeight games at Petersburg, Tuesday, by defeating the Justices 19 to 10 in a loosly played, hard hitting game. Four of the Justices' pitchers were battered from the box under the barrage of Petersburg hits. Tipton held the Justices while his team mates pounded Wunsch, earner, More, and Shade to overcome a nine-run lead and win. John Marshall had finished its scoring in the third inning and was leading by e'ight runs, Petersburg having made one run in the first inning. During the fourth Inning, Petersburg ran in seven runs. This left the Justices leading by two runs. Mixing base hits with errors, Petersburg made three runs in the sixth and six runs in the seventh innings. John Marshall's scoring had ceased in the third inning. In the eight Inning Petersburg made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 April 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUBS CONTINUE EASTER ACTIVITIES Nu lota Chi News We are awfully glad to be back at school after such a grand holiday. Somebody yells "Oh Yeah!" We really had a fine time during the holidays. In all of the "dry" rain Tuesday the Nu lota Chis skidded over (or should we say down) to Loew's for a theatre party. Why was "Libby" late? Maybe it was the fault of the cabdriver. Anyhow the show was, using slang, "swell." We also wish to thank "B" Company for the wonderful time had by the Nu lota Chis on Monday night. Folks, we'll tell you, it was a dance at Bagby's. Speaking of Monday night ask Stewart about the d-r-e-a-d-f-u-1 automobile accident. We wonder if everyone in school has heard our club song.- It's 'titled "It's Raining" and was composed by two of our members. If you haven't heard it, ask Helen Adcock or Mary Kidd to sing it for you. They will be delighted. Will someone explain why Helen Soles and Stewart have been to the printers so much in the last month. A faint voic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1931

Sign Up For Boat Trip VOL. V. No. 22. EX-MMSItIIITE WINS FIRST PLACE IN LOCAL CONTEST Dorothy Mosby, Thomas Jefferson Student Is First In Dancing In Tournament With Nautch Dance VIRGINIA ILLIG AND MARY MORTON WIN ELOCUTION Milton Hutchinson Places In Dancing Contest; Hamilton Enslow Writes Winning Play Miss Dorothy Mosby, a former student here, who is now at Thomtheas Jefferson, won first place in dancing in the Richmond Tournament of Arts and Crafts. Dorothy's exhibition was a Nautch dance which she performed Tuesday night at the Beaux Arts ball. She is well known in local circles for her dancing, and has been in many high school perfarmances. Milton Hutchinson, an alumnus, 'also placed in the contest. Milton's dancing is famous in high school; he has participated in many performances, and is a dancing teacher. In elocution, Virginia Illig won second place and Mary Norton won third. Both these girls are well known at school, and their speech is. always remembered for its clear enun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 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. (Newspaper j) Member) J!l 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 Dick Ferguson Club Editor Regina Heflebower Asst. Club Editor Henrietta Salsbury Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Asst. Cadet Editor Edgar Andrews Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Rosa Flegenheimer Editorial Writers: David Miller, Edgar Andrews, Harvey Glass Copy Reader . Sam Rudlin GENERAL. REPORTERS Anne Northington, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss, Frank Ballard, Eugene Brooks, A. C. Epps, Conrad Howie, Byrd Johnson, Rebecca Lockett, Frances Saunders, Iris Crutchfield, Mary Ellen Stephen-, son, Margaret Van Oot, Maxwell Wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1931

JUSTICES DEFEAT THOMAS JEFFERSON JUSTICES DEFEAT THOMAS JEFFERSON BY SCORE OF 12-5 Wunsch and Stansbury Score High for Justices: Duffy and Jones for Jefferson Playing before a small crowd of about 150 people, the Justice nine took the initial contest between J. M. and T. J. by the score of 12-5. The batteries for the day were Wunsch and Stansbury for the Justices, and Duffy and Jones for the Jeffs. Wunsch pitched a stellar game, striking out eleven men In six innings. He was relieved by Carner in the seventh. Houseman relieved Duffy in the fifth and held the Blue and Whites scoreless for the rest of the game. The Justices have now won four games and lost three. They will play Maury in Norfolk tomorrow. SEVEN MONOGRAMS AWARDED PLAYERS B¥ COACH EWINC Absence Of Coach Miller Necessitates Ewing's Presence In Honor Awarding Mr. Ewing, acting for Coach Miller, awarded letters to members of the basketball squad in the last senior assembly before the holidays. He complimented each boy upon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 April 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUB NEWS |- Pep Rush Party There's lots of discussion and excitement among the Peps concerning bids which will come out in a few weeks. Last featurday we had a luncheon at Franklin Terrace at which we entertained our "rushes." It's surely going to be a problem when it comes to bidding. I guess the Peps with their cross-current conversations most scared our rushes to death, but maybe we're just getting them trained. That's all for this time. Alpha Pht Dance Although che winds howled, the thunder roared, and the lightening flashed, the Alpha Phi dance at Westwood last Friday night went over big. The orchestra played soft-soothing waltzes while the storm raged outside. Oh! such a contrast. At the last meeting we discovered that "Dickie, the Duckie" would make good on the track squad (especially in weights.) Also, plans were made for our bigger and better annual boat trip. Chaterbox Our last "get-together" was held at the home of Gay Rhodes. Much business was discussed, fough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1931

Hear Monocle News Over WMBG VOL. V. No. 23. PUPILS OF J. M. KITED TO JOIN NATIONAL CONTEST Trips To Washington, London and Paris Awarded As Prizes To Winner Of Contest CONTEST SPONSORED BY AMERICAN BOY MAGAZINE The Story for Contest, "What Our Flag Means To Me," Must Contain 300 Words Would you like to go to Wash- ington and meet President Hoover? Would you like to cross the Atlantic and be received at London by the King or the Prince of Wales? Would you like to see Paris during the great International Colonial Exposition this summer, and be introduced to the President of France ? You will do all these things as Envoys of Friendship from the United States if you are one of the two high school students to be named winners in a nation-wide essay contest conducted by the American Boy Magazine. The magazine will select a boy and a girl who will be members of a group to be sent to France and England, all expenses paid, by the United States Flag Association. If you are in good health and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1931

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE STUDENTS OF JOHN MAKSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (N^paser 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 Sports Editor Dick Ferguson Club Editor Regina Heflebower Asst. Club Editor Henrietta Salsbury Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Asst." Cadet Editor Edgar Andrews Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer Rosa Flegenheimer Editorial Writers: David Miller, Edgar Andrews, Harvey Glass Copy Reader Sam Rudlin GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lovenstein, Henrietta Salsbury, Sylvia Magid, Florence Weiss, Frank Ballard, Eugene Brooks, A. C. Epps, Conrad Howie, Byrd Johnson, Rebecca Lockett, Frances Saunders, Iris Crutchfield, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Margaret Van Oat, Maxwell Wright, Margaret Dixon, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1931

J. M. TRACK TEAM DEFEATS 111 HSU MEET AT STADIUM Randolph - Macon Freshman Track Team Defeated By John Marshall Team By 8334 Under a warm sun and surrounded by such evidences of spring as green trees and budding flowers, the track team of John Marshall trounced the Randolph Macon Frosh team to the tune of 83-34 at the University of Richmond stadium last Monday afternoon. Although Bill Bowen was high man in the meet, with a total of 15 points, he had a close contender in Hess, a Randolph-Macon man, who had as his total 13 points. Piatt Bullard totaled 10 points in the two events in which he ran. The Frosh were close contenders in every hard-fought battle that the Justice team won. The summary of the meet i» as follows: He 3s s of Randolph-Macon, came in first in the 100-yard dash, while Lafer and Turner came in second and third. The 220-yard sprint went to Hess, closely followed by Patterson and Lafer. John Marshall retained all points in the 440-yard run with Bullard first, Peterson...

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