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

Page Four Clubs Elect Officers For Comingf Semester (See last issue) SAINTS The Saints club wishes to announce that it has formally disbanded as a high school club. However, we hope that the friendships formed during the existence of the club may continue to be enjoyed and the good times of the past registered as pleasant memories. And so, wishing all John Marshall clubs a prosperous and happy year, we hereby sign off. * BACHELOR BITS Betch'a don't know who our mascot is. Don't guess; I'll tell you. It's that little ray of golden sunshine —(not the sunkissed type from California) but the little "Duckie" called Frances Bates. Our president, the great ol' heart breaker, happens to be Eddie Turner; Doug. Grenshaw, our free wheeling vice-president, who has almost won "Twenty Grand." Our very efficient secretary is Billy Banta, who still thinks he has a chance with the Goof. The treasury is held up by our big business man "Billy" Thalhimer. As for Bob Monteith Billy Yonker, Dinky Ewell, ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 October 1931

SUBSCRIBE! Vol. V—No. 3 Nominees for Junior Class AjnnoUnced Results "to be Given in First Issue of Monocle After Close of Polls Late Next Week % 3-15 CHEER GIVEN FORMER PRESIDENT / - » Members Give Edward Purdue Rousing Cheer at First Meetin#; Committee Appointed Nominees for the junior class officers were announced by the nominating committee at class meeting. No other nominations were made from the 'floor, and the complete slate is: for, president—Bill Sullivan, Charles Geyer, and Warden Hartman; for vice-president—Rose Henning and Elizabeth Garber; for secretary — Marian George and Ann Peple; for treasurer—Aubrey Rose and George Skipwith; for reporterStuart Harrison and Marjorfe Moore; for historian —Rebecca Goldberg and William Mitchell. The nominating committee will have charge of the voting, which will start Wednesday and continue for a week. The voting will be done in the front halls of John Marshall and Wythe. At the end of the second recess each day the committee will turn...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper tSygfer* )Membtr) as Entered- as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 1 EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief . Managing Editor A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot.: ; News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg v ...Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright.... , Exchange Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manageer ADVERTISING STAFF " " . Ernest Gearheart ...Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin ....- Manager James Maddrey .: <....... Mail Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman -v FACULTY ADVISERS Charles Anthony Editorial ...

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

John Marshall Plays Danville Today J. M. Meets Danville High at Tate Field J. M. Meets Danville High Football Team at Tate Field Today for Home Game John Marshall meets the Dan ville High School football team today at Tate Field at 3:30. Coach Snead has spent the entire week drilling the team in blocking and tackling. Some time was spent working on the plays and signals. Suffering under the loss of two games, with a number of men on the injured list, Coach Snead expects to put a winning team on the field. The starting line-up \yill probably be: Howe and Hargrave, ends; Tolson and West, tackles; Andrews and Jeter, guards; Mc Kittrick or McGrath, center; Pullen, quarterback; Taylor and Kirkpatrick, halfbacks; Buhrman', fullback. „ Bowling Card Is Rearranged; Two Clubs Out Saints and Delta Kappa Pi Clubs Withdraw, Making Schedule Balance; Schedule Announced When the Saints Club formally- announced its disbandment and consequent withdrawal from the bowling league last week, threw the en...

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

Page Four Numerous House Parties In View For School Clubs This term the Archery Club of J. M. plans to have a v£ry busy team. New officers, elected to carry out these plans, are: President, Laila Wheary; secretary, Mary Eleanor Whitehead; treasurer, Virginia White; reporter, Eleanor Collin. It is hoped that we can make our bows with the help of an experienced archer. Vv e also intend to enter some tournaments, which will make it more interesting. So —look out, people—or you'll get shot! PEP NEWS ±iave you seen our new mascot? vveu, it's none other than Billy Afacotcny) McGrath —and, believe me, we re "plenty" proud of him. Just ask one of the Peps. Alter "bumming" about six rides, we finally landed at Lib's last Tuesday when we bad our meeting. Does she know "how to provide good eats! By the way—nave you heard about our rummage sale? Poor Garnert just about talked herself to death begging us to get some rummage together. It's funny how four or five of the insisted on walking home by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1931

Sesqui-Centennial Issue <Vol. V—No. 4 Yorktown Celebration Thrills Veterans and Young Recruits Alike Along Sidelines Soldiers of Civil War Discuss Thrills with High School Boys. ALL PROFESSIONS AND CLASSES REPRESENTED French and American Sailors and Soldiers, Rich and Poor Citizens Rub Elbows in Crowd. By Harold Tucker Bugles call and then there sounds the roll of drums. Troops in Continental, French, British, and Hessian uniform parade into view. Intricate maneuvers of infantry and cavalry follow, making every suggestion of battle array. Thus began the pageant in celebration of the Yorktown siege. Spectators Are Thrilled A man near the edge of the drill field, filled with animation, his chest out and shoulders thrown back, said to his neighbor, "Does all this thrill you as it does me? This is all so realistic that it makes me think of our ancestors, who fought and defeated their brave enemies on this very ground." "Yes," replied his neighbor, "all this is very fine, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1931

Ppge Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Member) 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 Managing Editor A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright Exchange Editor , REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Eusiness Manageer ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Mail Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS Charles Anthony Editorial and News Charles Moore Business Misses Cottrell and Gordy and Mrs. Ellett typing Su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1931

JUSTICES BATTLE SAINTS AT STADIUM TODAY J. M. Plays Saints Today At Stadium Coach Hobble Snead Drills Squad for Game Against St. Christopher at Richmond Stadium VETERANS ARE BACK IN LINE FOR GAME Jimmy Farley, Only Last Year's Letterman, Will be Seen in Action for First Time This Year Coach Hobbie Snead will send in a much-worked-over team against St. Christopher's when these two teams meet today at the Richmond Stadium. Jimmy Farley, a last year letterman, will be seen in action for the first time this year. "Studie" Conrad will probably be in the line-up playing the fullback position. "Studie" formerly played guard, but on account of the lack of backfield material this year, Coach Snead has placed him in the backlieid. Foster Breinser, who met with an injury in practice, is ready to hold down the halfback position. John Jeter and Captain Gill will be ready to do their part in strengthening the line. The Justices thus far have been unsuccessful in three attempts: against Central of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1931

Page Four Many Clubs Giving New Bids To Several J. M., T. J. Students Nu lota Chis and Chics Among Clubs Offering Bids. Bachelors Have Private Dance at the President's Home. Duckies Have Exciting Picnic. Forum Club Has Inteersting Program When I say Forum Club, I mean a Foorum Club, as there are four of them in the school. This club meets in room 209, the second period on Monday. To begin the program, the curtain was drawn aside and on the stage sat Mannikin and Minnikin, two old Oriental dolls. They were facing away from each other, a fact which they greatly resented. The performance was very well given, and you should have seen it, or rather, heard it as there was no pantomime. The curtain came together and out came Miss Williams, who gave a monologue. Nert was presented the hit of the day, Stirred Hearts. This was nicely done by Garnett Smith, Clyde Tatum, Herman Plotnick, Alethia Whitlow, Lady Williams, and Jack Munday. Herman Plotnick furnished plenty of comedy in the part of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 October 1931

BOWL WITH YOUR CLUB THURSDAY Vol. V—No. 5 New Officers In Junior Class Are Announced BUI Sullivan Is New President; Rose Heni ng, Ann Peple, George Skipwith Also Elected WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, IS DATE OF NEXT MEETING Both Junior and Senior Classes Approve Plan of Giving Next Dance Together; Fine Spirit. After a close election, the new officers of this year's junior class have been determined. is thfe new president of the cla&s. >■ 1 Rose Hening will fill the oCice of vice-president, while Ann teple will be busy witth a pencil writing the minutes. . George Skipwith will be the one to keep the money under a watchful eye, and Rebecca Goldberg will add to the class history in the Marshall!te in '32. Margery Moore will be the one to relieve the writer of his duty of putting the news in The-Monoocle every week. The nominating committee is to be thanked for the handling or the polls in the front hall of jjhn Marshall. The next meeting of the class will be held in the aud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 October 1931

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Sntered 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 A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot ~ ...News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury..... Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright..— ~ ..Exchange Editpr REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT V / Warren Smith.... P Business Manageer ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Mail Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS Charles Anthony, Editorial and News Charles Moore '• Business Misses Cornell and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 October 1931

JUSTICES AND SAINTS BATTLE TO A O TO O TIE J. M. Meets The Saint] In Friday Game Game At Stadium Between John Marshall and St- Christopher Ends in 0-0 Tie Last Friday. KIRKPATRICK AND TCON MAKE GOOD GAINS Heal Strnegth oi Teams Shown in Last Few Minutes of Gime For First Time. First Quarter Captain Eddie Gill kicked to Hotchkiss, who received the oail on his 10-yard line and returned it to the Saints' 20-yard s-rip. The Justices held the Saints they were forced to kick. Ad.dns kicked to John Marshall's 40-yard line. Adkins' kick started a panting duel between the two Marvin Pullen booted the ball deep into the Saints' territory only to have Adkins kick it back into the Justices' region. Kirkpatrick and Toon featured, making good gains through the line. < Second Quarter St. Christopher was penalized five yards because of Welliord Reed's two incomplete passes to Adkins. Walter Todd exchanged punts just before Reed passed to Adkins for fifteen yards. WiLiam' Todd was success...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 October 1931

Page Four Many John Marshall Clubs Organize Bowling Teams Swastikas, Gamma Taus, and Bachelors Are Among Clubs Bowling; Mascots to Start First Balls /i n Tournament Between the Clubs. Chatter Oh, hey, hey, everybody! Did the Chatter-Box Club pull a cutesy paiama party last Saturday night at Dot Pollard's ? All big and fat. Mo fun! Food, crooning songs over the radio, lights low, ghost stories, jookes, screams, blankets, .'n everything. They're all for another one soon. Taylor laughed so loud she woke the man upstairs. Doris and Kitty can truly tell ghost stories. Brittingham hogs the chesterfield and puts her feet — oh, most anywhere. Taint no trouble. What was it upstairs that Uidue everyuouy cry.' Micky and Jacky Lou were the only bum sports. They went to bed—and slept- A little guy named Humphreys kept Ganzert from coming. Who is this child who gets telegrams on Sunday morning—Gay P. Rhodes. Rowland is mad cuz she had to wait for breakfast. She says she must have her meals on tim...

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

Support The Community Fund Vol. V. No. 6 Speaker Asks Assistance of Faculty Reverend Charles W. Sheerin Asks Teachers to Become Missionaries for Richmond's Community Chest STRESSES IMPORTANCE OF CIVIC MOVEMENT Mr. Sheerin Stresses Importance of Character BuUding; Organizations; Shows Benefits Derived "Richmond is still rich enough to take care of her relief agency, but tts character building agency needs your help," stated the Reverend Charles W. Sheerin in faculty meting last Monday afternoon. Mr. Sheerin, a graduate of Columbia University, is. a tall, friendly man with an animated expression, and spoke with enthusiasm,' directly to his audience. He is the rector of Grace and Holy Trinity, church. Having made two hundred and fifty speeches during the campaign last year, he is chairman of the Board of Speakers of the Community Fund this year. Mr. Sheerin was not making a plea to tlife teachers io give to the f'.md, because they have always oversubscribed in past years. He asked them...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper r j Member) i Sntered 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 A, C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot News Editor Dick Ferguson........ v .. Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg..'. .T Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury % Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright.. -Exchange Editor Overton Jones <.."•• Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd John- • son, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manageer ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Mai l Clerk TYPISTS r , Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS Charles Anthon...

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

Justices Meet Benedictine At Island Today Second Game in City Prep School Title Race to Be Played Today; Marvin PuUen is Back in Game. John Marshall will meet Benedictine this afternoon at Mayo Island to play its ..second game in the city prep school title chase. Last week Benedictine battled McGuire's to a 12-12 tie while the Justices defeated s. Salem High School in a Virginia high school conference game 13-6. The Cadets started hard work-outs last Monday to get them ready for today's tilt, and they expect to rival the Justices ill power and speed. Coach Lou Onesty, of Benedictine, 'announced that his same line-up, which held the Mac's to a draw last week, will oppose the Marshallites. i Marviii Pullen, who was out of the Justice backfield last week because, of illness, will call plays for the Justices. With a much improved line, John Marshall expects to hold the Benedictine backs. Benedictine has lbst two and tied one game in their tries for the city championship while the Justic...

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

Page Four John Marshall Bowling Teams Make Great Progress in Games RUSHING SEASON ON! Last Tuesday the Duckies gave a tea at Peggy Wagener's in honor of five very attractive girls. As Hallowe'en was approaching, the house was decorated with goblins, lanterns, etc., that fairly sent shivers up our spines. Was it Rose that suggested playing tea pot? Anyhow, we bet she regretted it. How that girl can blush! I marvel that "Stu" might have something that he quences but "Jo" insisted someone might have something, that he wanted to keep a deep, dark secret. Oh! I almost forgot! The food was just swell. (I just can't see how I almost forgot that part). NU IOTA CHI Probably you have "been wondering about the yellow bows and the yellow socks. Well, if you must know this was the initiation of the new members. By the way the new members are: Dorothy Deßenny—you know that sedate little brunette who always seems to think life is so mysterious. \ • And how about Marian Mason, \she girl with auburn...

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

Support The Community Fund Vol. V. No. 7 JM Observes Armistice Day Simply with Quiet Ceremonies and Taps Sixteen John Marshall War Dead Honored by Cadet Battalion in Front of School; Colors Salute. STUDENT BODY STANDS SILENTLY IN RESPECT Sixteen Who Gave Lives in War Are Honored by Student Body; School Dismissed at Twelve. In honor and memory of the living and dead who participated in the World War, John Marshall observed simple ceremonies on Ar- mistice Day last Wednesday. The ceremonies were especially in honor of John Marshall alumni who gave their lives in the great struggle. Of the 486 John Mar- > shall graduates who gave their services, sixteen were killed. A bronze memorial tablet in the lobby of the school is inscribed with the following names: Captain V» illiam E. Word, Jr. George Marion Betty Lieutenant Charles B. Sands, Warren Hill Mercer, Lieutenant Warren Allen Poitiaux, Jacob Edel Cohen, Powhatan Richardson Dance, Sergeant Raymond Wilson Rector, Roy Bennett ...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper I c J Mem ber) 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 A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van Oot News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury , Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright Exchange Editor Overton Jone3 Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Eusiness Manageer ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising Manager Phillip Klaus, Travis Epes, Bill Carr CIRCULATION STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Mail Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS Charles Anthony Editorial and News Charles Moore Business Misses...

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

Justices Defeated By Benedictine 6 to 0 Score Justice Team Defeated By Benedictine John Marshall Loses Chance for City Championship When It Loses to Benedictine Friday PULLEN'S KICKING WAS DISTINCTIVE FEATURE Pull en Gets Few Long Drives Down Field; Gill and Tolson Pierce Many Holes in Cadet Line John Marshall lost its chance to tie St. Christopher's for the city championship last Friday when it lost to Benedictine, 6-0, at Tate Field. The Cadets were kept on the defensive during the first half of the game because of Wallmyer's inability to punt successfully against the wind. The Justice line was torn apart in the third period by Freddie Wallmyer, who succeeded in making the lone score. The Benedictine team showed a stone wall defense against the ineffective plunges of the Justice backs. At least a dozen times John Marshall had the ball within the cadet's 20-yard marker, but lacked the punch which meant a touchdown, etch time losing the ball on downs. Pass Leads to Line A few minute...

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