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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 May 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUB NEWS Nu lota Chi Members Stewart ..Newheiser—Our ritzy little president. Margaret Penning —Yes, she's our vice-president, who has been receiving so many telegrams through WMBG from her admirers asking "Hello Beautiful" to be dedicated to her. Dorothy Atwell—The cute, burnette treasurer who always wants money. But can you blame her. Helen ..Soles—She's the secre-tary-reporter who "minutes" all of the club's activities. We notice she's wearing a snappy- looking "A" company pin. Virginia McNamara —You'll always know Virginia by her funny giggle, but we like it. Helen Adcock A Richmond Business College booster. Ask her about 'liclous. Ann Ammous—We miss Ann lot's since she's "almost" a sophiscated J. M. graduate. Watch for the rest of our celebrated Club members next week. Van Vorts Will Elect Officers The Annual problem of electing new officers and discussing bids will meet the Van Vorts at their next meeting, Tuesday, May 5. There will also be something said about a par...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1931

Tune In Tonight On WMBG VOL. V. No. 24 ROUND-THE-WOULD CONVERSATION WILL TIKE PUCE MAY 18 Nancy Burgwyn To Represent Virginia, As Appointed By Mr. Harwood NANCY NOTED ACTRESS AT JOHN MARSHALL Nancy Burgwny, President of Bootsre Club Heire At High School, Is Well Known v. Nancy Burgwyn will represent the-state of Virginia in a round-the-world telephone conservation on May 18. Nancy who was appointed to this honor by Mr. Harwood, will talk with representatives from all over the world. Nancy is well known at high school. She is president of the Bootsie Club. Nancy's acting ability is well known, and she was voted the best actress in school in the "Who's Who" contest. She has taken part ■m many dramatic productions. One of her earliest high school dramatic activities was that in The Monocle Revue last year. Her portrayal of the Spanish daughter-in-law in Second Childhood evoked much praise. In the tournament play, The Birthday of the Infanta, she took the part of the dignified duchess. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1931

PAGE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP 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, EDITORIAL. DEPARTMENT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Florence Rhea Talley Sports Editor . D,ck Club Editor - Regina Heflebower Asst. Club Editor Henrietta Salsbury PnHot Editor Jimmy Francis A»t. Cadet Editor as JunzissL* Editorial Writers: David Miller, Edgar Andrews, Harvey Glass Copy Reader Sam Rudlm 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 Oot, Maxwell Wright, Margaret Dixon, Ernest Gerhardt, Turner Shelton SPORTS WRITERS James Francis, John Kennedy, Anne Nenzel, G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1931

JUSTICE TENNIS TEAM DEFEATS PETERSBURG HIGH Robert Coit Bows To Opponent In Hard Game; Sam Rudlin Wins Matches In Straight Sets Garnering three singles and two doubles, the Justice netmen defeated Petersburg High, Wednesday, April 20, by a score of 5-4. Bob Coit, Justice ace and number one player, went down to defeat in a hard-fought three-set affair in which the outcome, until the past point, was always in doubt. Sam Rudlin, Justice Captain, found little difficulty in winning his singles match in straight sets. John Call, another Justice ace, experienced no hardship whatever in taking his match in straight sets. Spectators assert that this was Call's best playing of the year. Playing against a consistent chopper, Dave Abaloff managed to drive himself successfully to victory. (Summary) Singles: Murrie Bates (P) defeated Bob Coit (JM) 4-6,7-5,6-1. Sam Rudfin (JM) defeated John Williamson (P) 6-4, 6-11. Johhny Call (JM) defeated Boiling Worsham (P) 6-3; 6-3. Dave Abaloff, (JM) defeate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 May 1931

PACE FOUR CLUB NEWS Bachelor Personals First we will talk about our president—Bev isn't worth a hot hurrah with the Bootsies. Frank Straus, is a very, very nice boy. He hasn't even caught hold of his best girl's hand—yet. We hear that girls are hanging upon Bob—By the way are you going to the Cadet Hop? B. B. has gotten the mumps. U-hum I told you so! Told you to keep away from people who have measles and mumps. Has Chenshaw got a steady—just ask him some time. What's George doing in 202 all the time. Does Kitty know about it? A certain lieutenant in Co. "D" seems to have walked away with Turner's girl. How about it, Eddie? Billy Thalhimer is mighty cheerful lately. Have you noticed the ring he's wearing. By the way ; Yonker, how's Minnie ? Hey, Banta, do you like teleghaph poles? Dinky seems to rate with the women. What's the power? Joe Reid seems to think quite a lot of Collegiate girls. 1 \ Monteith and Montgomery get the gold, medals —no dirt. Booties Bits Teas . . . movies . . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1931

Tune In Tonight On WMBG VOL. V. No. 25 SECOND PUCE IN CONTEST IS WON BY STUDENT HERE Rebecca Goldberg's Essay on "What Confirmation Means To Me" Is Second Prize Winner CONTEST IS SPONSORED BY AMERICAN HEBREW Future Issue of Magazine Will Carry Photograph of Rebecca and Short Letter About Her Second prize in the United States and Canada has been won by Rebecca Goldberg, a student here, for her essay on "What Confirmation Means to Me." The contest was sponsored by the American Hebrew magazine. The magazine asked Rebecca to send them a two-hundred word letter of herself and a photograph. These will be published in a future issue of hte American Hebrew. Rebecca's writing is well-known at school. She is a Monocle reporter and has had many things published in the Record. She is a member of Quill and Scroll and the Writers' Club. HONOR BOLL SHIS SLIGHT INCREASE SINCE LAST MONTH Improvement Shown In Honor Roll Of John Marshall And Wythe For Month Of April The Honor Roll for the month of Apr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1931

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THB STUDENTS OF JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Praises of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Itensuxr Member] X^jssoog^ 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 Reffina Heflebower Asst. Club Editor Henrietta Salsbury Cadet Editor Jimmy Francis Asst. Cadet Editor Edgar Andrews Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Roeenfeld 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 Oot, Maxwell Wrigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1931

Girls'TennisTeam Defeats Collegiate and T.J. Players J. M. TENNIS TEAM WALLOPS LOCAL GIRLS' SCHOOL Rogers and Todd Play Unusually Well; Marshall Girls Win With Score of 5-0 With Two Games To Be Finished The girls' tennis team defeated Collegiate last Friday in one of the hardest fought games of the season, at the Lakeside courts, with a score of 5-0. There were two unfinished games on account of darkness. The girls were in splendid condition having played a great deal this last month. Marjorie Rogers' playing was especially good, while Edith Todd's serving was bitter poison to her opponent. The score, showing the easy victory of the Marshall Players, is as follows: J. M. Col. Score Rogers Richardson 6-2; 6-0 Todd Harrison 6-3; 6-3 Kamsky Hankins 6-2; 2-6-5-5 (To be finished) Preissner Williams 6-4; 6-4 Flegenhlmer Lorraine 6-3; 5-7; 6-2 Wycoff Straus 4-6;6-4 (To be finished) Livingston Valentine 9-7; 8-6 Cadet Notes BY EDGAR ANDREWS Gray Shirt Insignia As there are no chevrans on gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 May 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUB NEWS-:- Peps There are two new peps now! They are honeys! Aileen Crenshaw and Gladys Mitchell. We're all so thrilled to have them we hardly know how to act, but anyway they know how proud the peps are of them. Last Friday after school there was a meeting at Mary Wright's for the new bids. There was food galore. As Lib, Kitty, and Zoe had to leave for the McGuires' house party, the meeting broke up early. By the way, ask Lib, Kitty, or Zoe to tell you all 'bout the trip. You'll enjoy it —Say Jane — what's the attraction at HampdenSydney—ls his name Ben or Walker? Congratulations to the other clubs and their new bids. Pup Barks Friday afternoon the "Pup Barks" brought to you through the courtesy of No. 1, maker of Pup reflections. "As Strained As It Seems", "Freddy Cox is perfectly a-dorable in knickers" says Martha S . "Oh, pardon me, 'leggtas, I meant to say. You know they remind , me of knickers." Bod Woodson, the Pup's last minor, says his feet are itching. Say, som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 May 1931

Competition Drill is Nigh VOL. IV. No. 26 CADET FIGURE TO BE LED BK CONRAD IT COMMONWEALTH Figure Practice Has Been Going On For Two Weeks In Armory For Spring Cadet Hop FORTY-FOUR COUPLES PARTICIPATE IN FIGURE Captains Have Sponsors for Partners; Studie Conrad Will Lead With Jerry Btt>wn White dresses for the girls and full dress for the boys will constitute the costumes worn by those participating in the John Marshall Cadet Corps figure at the Spring Hop which will be held June 8 at the Commonwealth Club. 'Practice has been going on for two weeks and wil lbe, from all indications, one of the most attractive figures presented by the corps. Although many things have not been definitely decided on and announced, one important issue is settled. They have agreed to present the girls with favors rather than flowers. There will be forty-four couples in the figure which will again be led by Studie Conrad and Jerry Brown. All the captains will have their sponsors as partners. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 May 1931

PACE TWO THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT THE STUDENTS OF . JOHN MABSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia Presses of The Herald-Progress, Ashland, Va. (Newspaper Member] Entered aa 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 Talley Sports Editor Dick Ferguson Club Editor Regina Heflebower Asst. Club Editor Henrietta Salsbury Editor Jimmy Francis Asst. Cadet Editor Edgar Andrews Feature and Exchange Editor Martha Rosenfeld Feature Writer R°»a Flegenheimer Editorial Writers: David Miller, Edgar Andrews, Harvey Glass Copy Reader Sam Rudlin GENERAL REPORTERS Anne Northington, Rebecca Goldberg, Ruth Meyers, Ethel Lov'enstein, 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 Oot, Maxwell Wright, Margaret ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 May 1931

DIVE MILLER WILL LEAVE NEXT YEAR TO BE V.M. I. COUCH Athletic Mentor Will Coach Three Major Spohts At Virginia Military Institute MILLER HAS COACHED HERE FOR SIX YEARS Dave Was Outstanding In All Fields of Sports While At High School in Lynchburg Coach Dave Miller will leave John Marshall on June 1 to continue his coaching at Virginia Military Institute, where he will be freshman coach for the three major sports. This is beyond a doubt the greatest loss John Marshall has had for many years. Coach Miller came to this school six years ago to take over the duties of head coach. During his five years at John Marshall he has placed the Justices q.t the top of the athletic ladder among the prep schools in the south. When Coach Miller attended the Lynchburg High School, he was an outstanding performer on the baseball, basketball, and football teams. After graduating from Lynchburg he entered the University of Richmond and proved to be a bright star in sports there. In his junior and senior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 May 1931

PAGE FOUR CLUB NEWS Alpha Phi Announcement Here's wishing yo uall a Happy Christmas and a Merry Year, a glorious fourth of July—or what have you ? In other words we wish everyone a happy vacation —and plenty of sunburn. We are now signing off until next term after a successful year. Pep House Party The Peps are eagerly looking forward to the house party next week-end down in the country. We are leaving Saturday about two o'clock and coming back sometime late Sunday. Last Tuesday we had a big feed at Lib's. I think everybody was in a good humor when we left there. Imp News Ebel and Worsham truly know how to be hostesses. They were too perfect when they entertained us with a buffet supper. I (?) gained five pounds. Afterwards we enjoyed the operetta. Last Saturday Alice and June entertained us with a treasure hunt at Walkerton. We walked away with the treasure. Plans are being made for the final Imp dance of the year. We have a big surprise coming in the next two weeks. Bachelor Bits ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 September 1931

Free! Take One! Volume V —No. 1 Students' Association Will Go Into 'Effect This Year; Three For $2.98 Coach Snead - Said to Have Lively Career John Marshall's New Athletic Director Won Ten Letters at University of Richmond; Coach "Hobbie" Snead, John Marshall's new athletic director, who came here from South Boston, Virginia, has had a most interesting sport career. He made ten letters while a student at the University of Richmond. Four letters he made in football, four in baseball, and two in basketball. In 1923 he was captain of the Spider baseball squad. This was the only team he ever captained. Having finished school he began coaching at Bluefield, West Virginia, where he met with great success. Ending his time at Bluefield he went to South Boston and met with even greater success. In 1928 the South Boston High School football team, under the coaching of Coach Snead, played Alexandria High School for the state championship in Class B division. However, although the game resulted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 September 1931

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published JVeekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Entered as second-class matter September 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot News Editor Dick Fergusson 1 Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salisbury Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dickson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Maxwell Wright. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Mail Clerk STAFF Richard Bardwell, Everett Compton, Warren Mooney Three-In-One John Marshall starts this year with an entirely new publication plan. The Athletic Association combines with the journalistic and literary staffs to offer The Recor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 September 1931

Track Lead Runs in Chicago Meet; Conies in Second Piatt Bullard Runs Half Mile in One Minute and FiftyEight Seconds; Bears Own Expenses at Track Meet First Marshallite To Compete Away Runs at Staggs' Stadium at University of Chicago; Visits Numerous Places; Also Sees Soldiers' Field By Dick C. Ferguson, Jr. Sports Editor Piatt being a track man and a very fast one made matters a little hard for me. I chased him up steps, and around corners, but I finally caught him listening to the band out on the front lawn. Since Piatt is a kindhearted boy, he talked to me. Piatt Bullard, John Marshall's fastest track man, is captain of next spring's team. Last June at the close of school, this little speed demon went to Chicago, where he competed in the national interscholastic track meet. Piatt paying all his expenses, because the athletic association didn't have the ready cash, went to Chicago all by himself. (He still wonders why he didn't get lost or killed by gangsters.) Men Were Selected Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 September 1931

Page Four Club Members Return After Good Vacations Demon Doings Hello everybody! The Demons all join in welcoming you back to school. We hope you enjoyed your vacation as much as we did. We surely are going to miss the old Demons this year. Lots of them are going to college, but we know they are going to have heaps of fun. The Demons that will attend college are: Grace Ashton, Ethel Lee Cross, Nell Hutchinson, and "Bobby" Saunders. Have we ggt some plenty cute officers this year? Oh mel 'Course you'll know 'em. Kitty Woodson, President; Evelyn Ittner, Vice-President; Annadale Greater, Treasurer; Alice Brown, Secretary, and Mazine Freeman, Reporter. The "bestest", news is about our mascot It's "Chilly" Austin, and we are proud of him. Bet you envy us, don't you? Heigh ho, Marshallites! Greetings from ten little Aces who have come back to ole J. M. to get back to work (Oh yeah!). Gee, we've been having quite a time this summer. Many of the Aces went to summer school—and with marvelous...

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

Subscription $1.25 Vol. V—No. 2 Mr. Harwood Tells of Trip to Chattanooga PAYS VISIT TO BATTLEFIELD OF CHICKAMAUGA AND Ox'HER PLACES OF HISTORIC INTEREST. A pleasant smile appeared on his face as Mr. Harwood leaned back in his chair and reminiscently told of his experiences in Chattanooga last week. "I arrived in- Chattanooga last Friday, a little after three o'clock, to attend the meeting of the program committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools," began Mr. Harwood. "While in Chattanooga," he continued, "I had the opportunity of, visiting Lookout Mountain and also the Battlefield of Chickamauga. i ".Lookout Mountain is in a corner of Tennessee, and from the top of it one can ioo±t into five states —Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Virginia. There is a story," continued Mr. iiarwood, ami ling mischievously, ,4 that on a very clear day one can see all tfte way to Mississippi, but 1 don t believe that. « "The Battlefield of Chickamauga, whi...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 11)29) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA / (Newspaper ) 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 Managing Editor I A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS 1i Margaret Van Oot : News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor A- Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor ■ Ruth Myers Copy Editor f Maxwell Wright.,, Exchange Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd John-, f son, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Flor- ■ ence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT H Warren Smith Business Manageer ■ ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest* Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr I ' CIRCULATION STAFF I Childrey Austin .., 1 Manager James Maddrey Mail Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS ! Charles Anthony / Editorial and News Charles Moore...

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

John Marshall Downed by Central, 18 to 7 - Team Loses To Central ByScorelß-7 FOUR THOUSAND SEE WASHINGTON TEAM DEFEAT JUSTICES IN CENTRAL HIGH'S STADIUM- Before a crowd of more than < 4,000 screaming spectators John Marshall lost its opening game to Central High, of. Washington, 18 to 7, in Central's beautiful stadium last Friday afternoon. The Justices played a fighting hard game throughout the four periods of battle, proving that the Marshallites are stronger this year " than some have expected. Marvin sullen, Justice quarterback, plunged through the Central's line to gain the first marker of the evening, a few minutes after the opening whistle. Pullen kicked, the pigskin squarely between the irons tor the extra point making the score 7-0 five minutes after the kick-off. x Cumberland to Koesis Causes Trouble Burman kicked off to Cumberland who was tackled in his tracks. A pass on the next Central failed. Koesis made twenty-five yards through the center of John Marshall'...

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