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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 January 1932

Page Four Clubs Have Many During Christmas Holidays Many Parties, Teas, and Outings Are Held By the Different Clubs of John Marshall; Cavalier Club to Get New Pins In Near Future DUCKIES WISH SCHOOL HAPPY NEW YEAR The Duckies have spent many "Duckie" days since leaving school. During the holidays a meeting was held at Catherine - Folkes' home. Honorary members included "Nubby" Knaub and Gerald Luck, president and mascot of last year. The following day, Rose, the president, gave the club a tea. Gerald and "Stu" kept company while the Ducks talked about dances, dates, etc. (the kind of talk that keeps women busy for hours). The club missed Miss "Izzy", who was out of town during the holiday season. Here's wishing you all a speedy recuperation in the coming weeks. CAVALIER CLUB Well, we are still here, folks. You haven't heard from us for some time but although we could not get together as a club during the Christmas holidays, we all had a fine time with dances, .parties, and dates 1 O...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1932

BRuMI Issue Vol. V. Washington Bicentennial Is Observed Moving Pictures, and Play By Mary Frances McClanahan To Be Given In Assembly English and History fupiis Write Essays Many Departments Participate; Senior Class Advised to Go to Wakefield on Picnic In memory of George Washington pupils of Jo An Marshall will during tne next two weeks participate in various special activities. A moving picture depicting the life of Washington will be shown to both scnools next week, and the week following a George Washington Play by Mary Frances McClananan will be presented in the assembly. Contests, Contests Several essay contests dealing with Wasnington's life will be entered by Englisn and American history classes. Among tnese competitions for the best essays are The George Washington Bicentennial Contest, American Boy Contest, Hearst Contest, and Literary Uigest Essay Contest. Parallel, reading tor nistory will be about Washington, also. Music and Electricity The Music department will coopera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA , . (Newspaper ) Member] Entered a3 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, Maiy 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 DEP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1932

Basketball Teams Doing Outstanding Work Justices Led By Herman In Good Form Gordon, Pullen, Grossman, Fratkin, Gill, and Rideout Compose the Winning Quint Justices Have Won 12 And Lost 2 Games Chances for Both City and State Chamionships Look Bright This Season John Marshall's basketball team has been and is supplying plenty of action on tiie local hardwood. Having won eleven games to a single defeat, the Justices continue their drive toward tiie city and state prep-school title. Last Wednesday night the Justices led by Captain Herman Taylor and Bob Kideout were successful in defeating be Christopners on the George Wythe court. This gave the Justices an unddsputed lead in the city title chase. Tiie score .was 4.1 to. 16. Leading In City and State In the Virginia Athletic and Literary League, the Justices have won three games without a single defeat. The teams losing to the Justices were Salem, .Newport News, Roanoke, and Newport iNews again. Taylor, Pullen, Rideout, Gordon, Grossman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1932

Page Four Clubs Back At School With Plans For Entertainment For IN ew'l erm Several Chics Attend Week-end Dances At Various Colleges. Idmas To Have Treasure Hunt, February 20. Duckies Have Good-Time ifajama .Party IDMA CLUB REPORT Everyone seemed to enjoy the Idma alumni dance, on January 27, at the Hermitage Club. "Johnsons Happy Pais" were selected tor the orchestra — and were they good? A meting was held Sunday, January 31, at Marvin Pullen's home. A "Treasure Hunt" is to be given soon — in fact February 20 (baturday) at seven o'clock. Tickets may be bought single or double (date) trom any member of the club. Don't forget to buy your tickets soon, for it's going to be funl The hunt will begin trom 3813 Hawthorne Avenue. The idmas wisn to congratulate Marvin Puilen, Jonn Jeter, and Murrill Howe, who graduated in February. CHIC NEWS It's been a long time since we've been heard from. Of course, this was due to exams and also to our negligence. It seems rather late to mention our "Ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1932

TRACK HAS STARTED Vol. V. Science Club Plants Tree OnJ.M.Lawn Eleanor Whitehead Presents Tree For Science Club to John Marshall High School Mr. J. C. Harwood Accepts The Elm Tree John Marshall Students Surround Tree; Science Club Members Throw In Dirt Under the stars and strips of America, before the student body and faculty of John Marshall, the collected members of the Science Club, and the Cadet Corp, a small elii» tree, given by the Science Club to commemorate the birth of George Washington, gripped the soil on the John Marshall lawn last Thursday afternoon. The elm was chosen because that tree is known to be Washington's favorite of trees. Picturesque Background The assembled Cadet Corp with their immaculate full dress and shining brass, and flags waving on high, presented a picturesque background for the Washington elm that is to remind the students of John Marshall of the noteworthy qualities of the namesake—George Washington. Before the illustrous little tree felt ejods of e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA v 9 v . * ' **** Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. xB, 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 Ne^s^ditor Dick Ferguson • Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury .Club Editor Ruth Myers .Copy Editor Maxwell Wright. Exchange Editor Overton Jones J ..... i Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Marjorie Belfield, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myprs, 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. I CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Lin wood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, Gordon Jones, William Ramkey, Maty Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1932

Justice Team At Washington And Lee Justices Win CityandState Cage Honors John Marshall Quint Down Benedictine for City and Maury Cage Record Justices Have Won 17 And Lost 2 Games Defeat Maury for Eastern State Title; Washington and Lee Now Seeing Team Prep School Standing WON LOST PCT. JOHN MARSH ALL.. 6 o 1,000 Benedictine 6 2 .750 McGuire's 3 2 -600 Thomas Jefferson .... .2 5 .286 St. Christopher's o 7 .000 . BY DICK FERGUSON \' John Marshall's history-making quint won the City championship on February 19th from Benedictine in a game which attracted more than 2,000 of Richmond's basketball fans. The game was played on the Gray's Armory court, and the score was 33 to 11. The Justices, outplaying their rivals in every phrase of the game, swept into an early lead and rounded, the first half leading the Cadets by an 18 to 13 margin. In the first period the Cadets tried hard to take a lead but were not able to match goals made by Grossman and Gill. The Justices took the first period by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1932

Page Four Many Activities During Recent Many Parties and Dances Held During Holidays For Washington's Birthday; Cossacks Have Weiner Roast; Enjoyable Time For Members NEW CLUB: SCOTTIES We started off with a big party at Roy's house, and did we have fun! Just wait till you see us make our first appearance in our new green and white costumes! We are the Scotties! Mary Roy Baker, president; Patty Kitter, vice-president; Curley Durham, secretary and treasurer; Margaret Harris, reporter; Dickie Robertson, Billie Nenzel, Mary Virginia White, Frances Schaaf; our mascot, Billy Farrar; and sponsors, Misses Simpson Thomas and Marian Gonzalez. DON COSSACK'S Last Monday night the Don Cossacks met here at school to go on a weiner roast. We left school about seventhirty and started on our way to Queen's Hill. Alfred, Mr. Tucker, and Purvis led the way and got us lost. After we had asked a farmer where the place was we started over a very slushy road. When we got on top of Queen's Hill, we starte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1932

ST A I E CHAMPIONS Vol. V. No. 15 Movie Shown In Assembly For Science Chesapeake and Potomac Co. Lends Moving Pictures To School for Science Week Students Surprised To Hear The Talkie Pictures Are Educational and Amusing; One In Form Of A Cartoon Holds Interest Students of John Marshall High School were both amused and interested in the moving pictures that were presented in assemblies of Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of last week, through courtesy of'the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. Introducing the picture Mr. H. J. Odenthal of the telephone company spoke first. Mr. Odenthal was formerly of the Electric Research Products Company of New York City, a subsidiary of the telephone company engaged in marketing talking picture equipment These pictures were talking pictures. Picture Showed Connections With Remote Corners of World The first picture given portrayed the president of the company. This picture showed how the remotest corners, first of Virginia, and then of the who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member} OWTB^RIOM^ \ 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 Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg. Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor Marjorie Belfield Copy Editor Maxwell Wright Exchange Editor Overton Jones Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Laila Wheary, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, David Magid, Patty Sheain. * CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith ({.Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Mana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1932

Justices Win State Title In Stirring Battle Swastikas Take Cap In Dackpin Swastikas In Lead As Club Loop Closes Bowling Teams Finish Season; Hi-Y Has Second Place; Gratton Has High Single Set Harris Creedle, and Bottom, Hi-Y Stars Three Stars Barred From Competition; Trophies Donated by William Haskins Bringing with it no major surprises, the final match in the John Marshall club duckpin bowling league was rolled or forfeited last Thursday at Health Center number two. The final standings show the Swastika club to be the pennant winner, three games ahead of Hi-Y. Despite apparent lack of interest in bowling this league season, the race has been hotly contested throughout. The Hi-Y club occupied the lead at the beginning of the season, being undefeated until Swastika won the odds from them in the fourth match of the season. During the next several weeks Hi-Y saw its one-game 'lead slip away, and Swastika drew up and then forged ahead. When the school settled down for the spring semest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1932

Page Four Clubs Plan Dances Approaching Baster Holidays Bachelors Have 'Possum Hunt At Louisa, Virginia. Peps Have Picnic Recently. Duckies Have Outing Also. Two Chics Fly to New York Lately BACHELOR BITS "Ok! Let's go"—and the cars swung into line en route for Louisa, Virginia for the ole 'possum hunt. The hunt it* self was very successful, for the night was perfect—only for 'possum hunting. Hoen got sucked in for holding the bag | —which contained the 'possums. Gee! but we surely had a swell time. In the following meeting, bids were discussed—Guess Who? Oh well, that will save. After the meeting a hasty rush for the cars and off to see Rich- mond through a snow storm. George Shipwith can tell if it's very exciting to ride with a person in a rumble seat during a snowstorm—When it's a boy —Nertz. Mac always creates a sensation at the meeting when he swings up in that long, low, wide, streamlined, powerful, gleaming, Packard chariot— Please send to Ripley—Tweet-Tweet—-lambs. i &a...

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

MEET ROLLO • Vol. V. Numerals To Be Given In \ Minor Sports Names Announced Of Those to Receive J.M. Monograms Who Are on Baseball Squad Basketball Is The Only Girl's Sport Track, Football, and Baseball Classed As Major Sports By The Athletic League Numerals will be awarded to those participating in the minor sports in - stead of monograms it was decided recently. The idea of this was taken from college freshmen who receive numerals because, according to the rules of the college, they cannot receive monograms. These numerals are given with the numbers representing the year the student graduates. Those to be given from John Marshall are about two inches high and are made of white felt on a background of blue. Sports Divided The John Marshall Literary and Athletic Association divided John Marshall sports into two groups. The major sports include football, basketball, boys' and girls' track, baseball, and the minor sports are golf, tennis, and junior major sports. Basketball is the onl...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 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 Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury Club Editor "Marjorie Belfield Copy Editor Maxwell Wright .Exchange Editor Overton Jones Cadet Editor ' > REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Laila Wheary, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, Ruth V Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart ./...Advertising Manag...

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

Baseball Season Is In Sway At Stadium Candidates For Baseball Start Work Coach Snead Calls Horsehide Candidates For Practice; Probable Line-Up Given , Spring brings baseball and baseball, lots of practice. Two weeks ago Coach Hobbie Snead called for his horsehide candidates and about fifteen men reported to the George Wythe gym. These men were pitchers and catchers. Later the boys reported to the stadium for practice and about thirty showed up. Material Is Good After checking over the material Coach Snead found he had the following candidates. Those out for pitcher include Harry Moore, Joe McGehee, Horace Philips, Jimmie Rhyan, Frank Gatewood, Bill Jackson, Herman Taylor and Tommy Eastmen. Those out for catcher are, Zeke Stansbery, Tommy Hay, Dorin Woodson, and Dick Ferguson. The infielders are Pete Bech, Billy Pitts, Eddie Gill, Ray Copple, Billy Sims, and "Chick" Miller. In the outfield are Earl Howell, Duram Hyman, Bill Via, "Turkey" Thurston, Fitzhugh Woodson, and Walter Wells. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1932

Page Four Clubs Have Many During The Many Parties, Teas, and Outings Are Held By the Different Clubs; Demons Furnish the New Headquarters' Sponsor With Alyce Brown DEMON DOIN'S We have so much news to tell you this week. We'll begin by telling you how proud we are to have Alyce Brown (that real attractive blonde) sponsor of Headquarters. We know that she will make just as grand sponsor as she does club member. "Next, we have a new sponsor, Miss Frances Tyler, the new art teacher in 10 Wythe. Everyone she teaches likes and oh boy! do we???? The club is planning to give a' dance •oon. Just now rushing is on our minds. Last Wednesday a Rush tea was held at Annadale's. Many other rushes have been planned also. The Demons surely did look "classy" all dressed up in their Easter duds at a theatre party given Tuesday after Easter. A certain little Demon (her name is "Ginny") certainly was the V "Nertz". Some people surely do gad about. Mary spent a week in Washington, and Kitty spent a week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1932

ROLLO'S HERE Vol. V. New Traffic Signals Part of Campaign New Traffic Lights Installed at Several Strategic Points To Help Richmond's Traffic System Used in Mass. Suggested for Trial Cambridge and Sommerville Are Now Using a System of T with Success With the installation of traffic lights at five strategic points in Richmond's streets, a new campaign is launched to make better and more efficient the present deplorable situation of the Richmond motorist, according to the findings of history students of this school who have been studying traffic situation. Traffic lights, however, are by no means a complete system for the elimination of automobile accidents. Other City Systems The cities of Cambridge and Sommerville, Massachusetts, are now employing an extensive system of traffic control and betterment. The results have been so satisfactory that their plan may well be studied carefully by any municipality which is thoroughly interested in improving its traffic conditions. The system u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper t )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 Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury 7.... Club Editor Marjorie Belfield Copy Editor Maxwell Wright Exchange Editor Overton Jones Cadet Editor REPORTERS Margaret Dixon, Laila Wheary, Byrd Johnson, Mary Ellen Stephenson, Mildred Myers, Frances Saunders, Elizabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, Ruth Light, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaherty, John Fry, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart Advertising M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1932

Baseball Team Loses Three; Track Team Wins Team Loses First Three Engagements Justices Open Baseball Season With Losses to Hopewell, Petersburg, and Spiders Richmond Freshmen Win By 7 To 6 Lead John Marshall's Players Ahead For First Eight Innings; Gill and Beck Get Homers John Marshall's baseball season has started in a slow manner, the team losing the first three games to Hopewell, Petersburg, and the Richmond Frosh. The scores were 18 to 3, 6 to 5, and 7 to 6, respectively. The Justices' opening attempt against the Hopewell nine on April 7 proved fruitless for John Marshall, the slugging visitors winning, 18 to 3. The Box Score: Hopewell AB H O A Bishop, ib 6 o 4 1 Caldwell, If 6 2 1 o Lewis, ss 6 4 2 3 Stowe, 31b .s 4 1 1 Ford, If 6 3 2 2 Cun'am, cf ~.. 6 3 3 1 Belcher, 16 5 1 *5 1 Oliver, S 0 2 1 Rawl'gs, p - 5 5 3 1 Totals.. 50 22 2 3 11 Justices AB H O A Pitts, ss. 5 0 1 5 Gill, 2b.... T .. 5 2 * 2 Thurston, If • 5 2 1 0 Taylor, cf '..5 020 Howell, If 4 1 0 0 Beck, 3b. : 4 2 ...

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