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

Page Four Chatterboxes-Aces Have Parties, One Hallowe'en and One Pajama Parties Big Successes; Many Chics Attend Dance at Ran-dolph-Macon. Swastikas and Chatterboxes Plan Many Good Times for Future. CAVALIER CLUB Folks, we certainly are glad to be here, at Old John Marshall, with you, and we hope that you are just as glad to have us. The officers for the year are. t.arany Edwards, president; John Kennedy, vice-president; John Bristow, secretary; William Hopson, treasurer, and Fred Steljes, Reporter. We have already given two bids. The receivers of these bids will be announced next week. FORUM CLUB CELEBRATES ARMISTICE DAY The Forum Club met in 211 last Friday at the fourth period. Since Armistice Day was so near, Sylvia Kamsky arranged a program using this as her theme. John Mitchelll gave his interpretation of "I Have a Rendez-Vous With Death." As a memorial to the service of the French in the World War, Eddie Gill read an account of Marshal Foch. Helen Stansbury recited "In Flande...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1931

Support The Community Fund Vol. V. No. 8 Instructors To Meet At High School Bay Wilbur, Secretary of Interior, Will Speak Thursday Night With John Garland Pollard and Others GENERAL MEETINGS TO BE IN AUDITORIUM District and Department Meetings To Be Held in Various Hotels And Booms of John Marshall ' "Curriculum Revision" will be the theme of the annual convention of the Virginia Education Association which will convene at John Marshall High School, November 24-27. _ Dr. Sidney B. Hall, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will stress this topic in the twelve speeches he will make at various meetings. Wilbur and Pollard to Speak The convention, for the first time in its history, will have as its chief speaker a member of the president's cabinet. Hon. Ray Lyman Wilhur, Secretary of the Interior, will be the speaker on the general program, Thursday night. Besides Mr. Wilbur, the other speakers on the programs of the general meetings, will be: Hugh L. Sulfridge, president of the...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) / Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA / N (Newspaper f j 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 A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Margaret Van 00t..„ News Editor Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor Ruth Myers Copy Editor Maxwell Wright Exchange Editor Overton Jones Cadet 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 STAFF Childrey Austin Manager James Maddrey Clerk TYPISTS Lois Jones, Ruth Pain, Betty Smeeman FACULTY ADVISERS \ Charles Anthony Editorial and News Charles Moore .' ■«« Business Misses C...

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

Justices And Petersburg In Battle At iTate Field J. M. To Meet Petersburg At Tate Field John Marshall Squad Meets Strong Petersburg High School Team Today in Effort to Break Jinx JOHN MARSHALL'S BEST TEAM TO BE ON FIELD Captain GUI to Play Center While PuUen WUI Play in Backfleld; Squad Set to Play Good Game John MarshaU meets the strong Petersburg High School team at the Island today in an effort to break the hard luck streak into which they have run. The Justices have a battle in front of them, as Petersburg has the strongest team in years. Petersburg Defeated HopeweU Last Friday they upset the dope and defeated the strong HopeweU team They are also eager to gain revenge for the beating high school gave them last year. For the first time this year John MarshaU will put their best team on the field for the opening wlfistle. The team has been polishing up their playß and will give Petersburg an unexpected hard fight. line Much Stronger Captain GUI will start on center. This will giv...

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

Page Fou> Duckies and Demons Give Bids; Monx to Hold Dance Next Friday Peps Have New Sponsor, Miss King; Many Chics Attend Dances at University of Virginia and V. M. I.; Bootsies to Have Subscription Bridge Party. MARSHALLITE NEWS All the clubs, boys' and girls', are requested to have their write-ups in by December 15— positively no later. Please hand them in to Garnett Smith in 211. Fred Bates has asked that the taking of the pictures be postponed from December 15 to January 1, as Lay ton's will hot be able to take all of them until then. m-Y A< The Hi-Y met its first defeat in two of the games on the twelfth, but the team still holds the lead. Even so, they bi'oke another record in the last game, taking high team game. This leaves only one honor, high individual game. The club had charge of refreshments at Byrd Park Hallowe'en, and with the profits is paying part of the expenses of the team. Profits from the booth at the fair were even higher this year than l...

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

Vol .V. No. S John Marshall Ties Newport News 7 to 7 Marvin Pullen Is Star Conrad Goes in for First Time This Season; Pullen's Passing is Feature of Exciting Game EDDIE GILL PLAYS AN EXCELLENT GAME xcitement Buns High as Justices Score in Last Period on Pass of Twenty-five Yards to Toon By DICK FERGUSON In a wild uproar from the 4,000 ' enthusiastic spectators, A 1 Toon received Marvin Pullen's 25-yard pass which enabled John Marshall to tie the Newport News High School Shipbuilders Thanksgiving morning at Newport News, 7-7. John Marshall's unexpected rise in caliber was a surprise to the sport critics of Virginia. It was expected that the Justices would fall before the Shipbuilders by a large margin. However, the Turkey Day game with Newport News has never failed to be an exciting and hard-fought game. Of the 4,000 fans only about one hundred were Marshallites and about eight hundred from the Shipbuilders' school. The Newport News High School band and cheering section was kept pepp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1931

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA , (Newspaper l )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 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 Jones Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixson, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Florence Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, George Howe, Helen Corson, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, Josephine Norwood, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, Gordon Jones, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPART...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1931

Justices And Jeffs End Season At Island Today Rival Grid-Men Clash On Island To-day At 3:15 John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson WUI Play Their First Game in FootbaU Today STUDENT BODIES WILL .BE WELL REPRESENTED The Justices' Good Showing in the Thanksgiving Day Game Gives Hope for Victory In a game that begins a long line of gridiron clashes the rejuvenated John Marshall football team will meet Thomas Jefferson at the island this afternoon. As this is the first football game in which either school has played against the other, each team will let no chance go by from which victory can be grasped. The Justices will present a new team—the same players, but new strength and power if their actions at Newport News can be depended upon. Moreover, John Jeter, the all-city guard, will be back in uniform and ready to play his final game for John Marshall. As a matter of fact, six of the starting lineup for the Justices are playing their last high school football game. Thomas Jefferson Favored...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1931

Page Four Numerous Clubs Donate Baskets, On Thanksgiving, For The Needy Several Organizations Plan Dances, Bridges, and Sales in Order to Raise Money for the Club Sections in the Annual. Some Plans Are Unknown. NU IOTA CHI Aren't they adorable? We mean our new costumes. Surely you've seen them at the footbaU games, but we just wanted to remind you to get a good look at them. Even Henry one—minus the skirt. Now I suppose we'U have to let you in on a secret. We need money, and we hope to get it by means of a benefit bridge party (our benefit). Here's wishing us success. Crystal gazers should be seeing a dance for us in the near future. When? Where? We'U teU you later. CERVANTES CLUB Hello, Everybody! This is the Cervantes Club making its first bow to John Marshall society. Our club officers are: William Kirkpatrick, president; Walker Schliesser, vice-president; Thomas Eason, secretary; Eleanor Christian, treasurer; Clara Hanky, reporter. We're planning big things for our club. We'll t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 December 1931

Reserve Your Annual Vol. V. No. 10 N.S.P. A.Meet Liked Speech in Chicago Famous "Dusty" Miller Tells Boys Not to Take Life Seriously, In Banquet Speech Fine Work and Play At Pr< "8 Convention Richard and Ihildrey Attended Round Table Conference; Went Sight-Seeing "Dusty" Miller, a well known speaker in America told some of his best jokes to the young people at the N. S. P. A. meet banquet at the Palmer House in Chicago, Friday night, December 5. Colorful Banquet Enjoyed Amid the noise of tinkling glass and silver be told the guests never to take life too seriously, and that fathers never need worry about their sons until the sons want to do what dad did when he was a boy. But all banquets aren't speeches, and the boys do not fail to mention the food which was served. It wasn't soup to nuts this time, but rather cocktails to a mystifying colored ice which seemed to have a light shining through it. After stuffing with turkey 'n' all the trimmings, the young moderns were all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 December 1931

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Wewspwcr Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the pottoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREW 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 Jones Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, George Howe, Helen Corson, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, Josephine Norwood, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS - Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, Gordon Jones, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 December 1931

Swastika And Hi-Y Tied For Lead In League Swastika Ties Hi-YForLead In Club Loop Sweep of All Three Games Gives Swastika Entry Claim to Title Along with Hi-Y, With Football Season Over, Many Clubs Will Be Strengthened by Players Amid the 'booming shouts of the boys and the shrill cries of the girls, mingled with the clatter of wood against wood and wood against pinboy, maple spilling was resumed in the John Marshall duckpin league last Thursday at Health Center number two after three weeks of action with the Swastika entry finally pulling abreast of the Hi-Y club in the hot race for the league leadership. Swastika Catches Up After keeping close on the heels of the pace-setting Hi-Y aggregation, Swastika was quick to take advantage of the leaders' tough assignment against the sure-shooting Idma outfit. The Mx>nx were able to offer little resistance and bowed to Swastika's three moderately good games. While this matter was being peacefully settled, the Hi-Y boys were drippi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 December 1931

Page Four ~mmm V /fTfiss-^illehXpps. \j Courtesy Ne<ws-Leadet Wearing a white gown and carrying an arm bouquet of roses, Miss Gillett Epps, of John Marshall High School, danced the ring figure of the V. M. I. Thanksgiving dances. Her partner was her brother, Cadet Frank Plans For Holidays Many Dances In Vievo For Christmas Chatter Boxes' Pie and Cake Sale, Big Success. Duckie Comb Streets Looking for a Mascot. Gillette Epps, a Chic, Chosen Sponsor of "D" Company BOOTSIE NEWS Have the Bootsies plans for the Future? Oh, me!!!! House-parties, dances, teas and oh, more fun Christmas. By the way—l suppose, you all have seen Heckers "Magnolia," (body by Fisher). Well, here's wishing you could be with us Sunday on the Bootsie Cabinparty. NU IOTA CHI Excitement is all that everyone is having nowdays. Christmas is speedily approaching with loads of good times. A dance has already been planned and as the old saying goes, "it won't be long now." If Louise had had her way the dance w...

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

Merry Christmas Vol. V. No. IX New Record Has Variety of Features Talented Authors Contribute Stories, Plays, Essays for Xmas Number of Record Tr'eville LaTouche Contribute Story "Gold on the Oak" is New Story by La Touche. Margaret Van Oot, "Goofy Gilly" • Stories, romances, humor, plays, and essays written by such famous authors as Hamilton Enslow, Billy Hamilton Mable Sorrel, Margaret Van Oot, Jonothan Kellogg, and Treville La Touche compose this month's Record, the best ever published at John Marshall, which will come out December 21. Treville La Touche gives us his best story "Gold on the Oak." This story is human and simple enough for any'one to understand. • Hamilton Enslow tells us more of the wierdly fascinating and unutterably beautiful Ingrid. Story of Tragic Lovfe "Mist," by Jonothan Kellogg, is a good story of tragic love. Mabel Sorrel has a clever, human, thrilling, and very surprising story of a poor boy who had to be his own Santa Claus in "Santa Plays The Hero." Are...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA r- ' 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 Jones , .Cadet Editor . . REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, George Howe, Helen Corson, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, Josephine Norwood, David Magid, Patty Siheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, Gordon Jones, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPA...

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

Swastika And Hi-Y Still Tied For Pin Lead Standings In Club League Are Knotted Hi-Y Remains Tied With Swastika For ; Pi Delta Chi Ties Gamma Tau Bachelors Drop Back Into Tie For Cellar Idma and Alpha Phi Are Only Clubs Not Tied; Alpha Phi In Third; Idma Holds Sixth Much to the disgust of all concerned and the dissatisfaction of many not concerned, the standings in the John MarshaH. duckpin league are now tied in three distinct knots as a result of last Thursday's matches. Leaders Remain Tied Interest is centered on the battle for the leadership that Hi-Y and Swastika have been waging for the greater part " of the-season. Going into the sixth week all square, .with twelve won and three lost, the two clubs emerged with- out faaving accomplished anything toward clearing up the situation. Although the Swastika faced the tougher assignment against the third-place Alpha Phi club, Hi-Y could not gain on the co-leaders. While Swastika was performing creditably in winning two out of three, H...

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

Page Four Don Cossacks Give Alpha This To H Duckies Have Picture Taken In Cold Weather For Paper; Aces Tell Latest News About the Members; Aereopagus Club Has Interesting Program "PEP" NEWS Well, the Peps have some news for you. Did you know that Garnett brings her lunch to a football game? They can't understand why Lib, after getting a free ticket to the game, tries to walk in the gate without giving it to the man. Mary, how do you rate getting in front of everybody, standing along the side lines at the football game? The Peps finally got to Maymont, Tuesday, after dragging all the letters and everything out there. They all had to look at the birdie and smile sweetly. You've all probably heard by now about the big time they had at Miss King's a few Sundays ago. She's sure a peach of a sponsor. CHRONICLE CLUB At the last meeting of the Chronicles there were many interesting topics of the day discussed. Gladys Parrish, the president of the club, kept order when such arguments as "For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 January 1932

Basketball Today Vol. V. No. 12 Captain Kirkpatrick To Lead Cadet Figure With Miss Gillet Epps Captain Robert Edmunds and Miss Katherine Billups Will Assist; Hall Not Chosen FORMER LEADERS NOW IN VARIOUS ACTIVITIES Stewart Conrad and Jerry Brown Now Attending John Marshall; Martin at W. L. Cadet Captain William Kirkpatrick and Miss Gillet Epps, assisted by Cadet Captain Robert Edmunds and Miss Katherine Billups, will lead the figure at this year's mid-winter cadet ball. Kirkpatrick is a letter-man on this year's football team and a prominent member of the Pi Delta Chi club. Miss Epps is an officer of the Chic club and is the sponsor of "D" company of 1932. Edmunds is a Monx, captain of "D" company, a football letter-man, and mascot of the Chatterbox club of which Miss Billups is a popular and well known member. Senior Captain, Leader John Marshall's cadet figures are always led by the senior captain of the corps. Last year Stewart Conrad and Miss Jerry Brown were at the head. They a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 January 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ' / ——N (Newsier j 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 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 Jones / Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, George Howe, Helen Corson, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, Josephine Norwood, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Had en, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, Gordon Jones, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 January 1932

Justices And Saints Start Cage Season Today Teams Open Play In City Title Series City Championship Series Play Begins with Saints Opposing '32 Edition of Justice Team Westhampton Team lo Give Stiff fight Exceptionally Small Blue and White Squad In Not Quantity But All Quality, Line-up The lack of practice was quite noticeable at the first meeting of the basketball squad in the new year. There were no practice sessions during the holidays. Many of the boys, however, played for club teams which served to keep them ui trim. Reports held no terror to most of the players as practically all of them passed on the three subjects necessary for participating in sports at John Marshall. Hard work was in order for this last week as the Justices will meet St. Christopher today. This opens the city championship series. The team from Westhampton is expected to give High School a good fight They, too, have been practicing during the holidays and should be in splendid shape for today's fray. Tempora...

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