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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 April 1932

Page Four Clubs Play Part I Oat Both As Ushers and Actors Marylou Sparks from Peps and Lamar Edwards from Cavalier Club Have Parts; Bootsies Usher Thursday; Duckies; Chics, Friday; Peps Saturday AN EAR TO EAR BROADCAST "Are you Listening?" Folks, the Monx big eleven-piece band is on the air. McGrath, you are a clever actor —we know from Rollo's Wild Oat—but how about your clever women? They ask for "Snuggle on My Shoulder." Jeffries, why the neat smite? Try hard, Flo, yoa can turn his heart. Shiekie says be will get the band to play "Soft Lights and Sweet Music." Maxie, A. C. is sorry he is neglecting you, so here goes "I need Loving." That was swellegent! Luckies hit the nail on the head when Gill heard the big doings of Edmunds and Woodson. Walter Todd speaks of his grandma as Walter Windshield talks about Ben Bernie. If Bernie's pal ever got "Tired," Todd could easily substitute. But now the Monx band leaves saying, "Thank you, until next week. Thank you." PEP NEWS Guess what: Ou...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1932

SUMMER SCHOOL % ' Vol. V. High School Pupils Must Keep Busy Summer School Will Run This Year So That High School Pupils Can Be Occupied To Be Hefd In John Marshall As Usual Mr. C! G. Hancock Will Serve As Principal And Will Be Strict This Year, He Says "Ye*, we are going to have summer school at John Marshall as usual," said Mr. Jessie H. Binford, Assistant Superintendent of the Richmond Public Schools, when he was interviewed in his George Wythe office 'recently, "The thought of .the school board," Mr. Binford continued, "is that high school students need to have something to do in the summer to occupy their time. Elementary students will be allowed to attend only to ihak? up failures. New Subjects Allowed "It "is permissible to take new subjects as well as old. The,school board at present is considering whether to permit first and second year high school students to take new subjects if they are not making up a failure in another subject at the same time. We do not wish them to ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE '(Established 1929) 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 A. C. EPPS EDGAR ANDREWS Dick Ferguson Sports Editor Rebecca Goldberg -... .Feature Editor Henrietta Salsbury ...' .y. .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 X>ght, 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 1 ADVERTISING STAFF E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1932

Piatt Bullard Breaks State Quarter Time Bullard Runs New Record For Quarter Justice Track Captain Paces Field By Eighteen Yards In Making Record For Quarter John Marshall Loses To W. And M! Meet Frosh Win Meet By Score Of 75 To 44; Little And Dorriell High Scorers For Meet Piatt Bullard, premier ace of the stars in the track history of John Marshall High School, last week added another record to his list of achievements, winning the quarter-mile event in the William and Mary frosh meet with a record-breaking time of 49.6 seconds, pacing his field by eighteen yards. Despite the fine example set by their captain, the John Marshall team went on to lose by a score of 44 to 75. W. and M.Ties Four Records Besides Captain Bullard's feat in the quarter, the meet was featured by fine running, for four other records were tied, all by William and Mary runners. The records tied were those for the hundred, the discus, the pole vault, and the shot put. Little, of William and Mary, ran the hundred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 May 1932

Page Pour Clubs Congratulate Who Took Part Afpha Phis Plan Big Boat Trip On May 13; Duckies To Have Stag House Party In Near Future; Many Aces Enjoy Recent Vagabonds' Dance WHAT THE ACES HAVE TO SAY ABOUT IT Yeah gossip. . . Are you listening? Helen Hale's name seems to have changed back to Holland. Looks bad. The panic seems to be over all of these new Fords, Helen's and—aw shucks! Ask Mildred Lucy. And is her face red???? Ask Bernice Blunt what appeal a motorcycle has, and if it's not a motorcycle it's a green Ford. Think nothing of it! Wonder what dance the Aces seemed to enjoy so much a few days ago? Might have known it would have been the Vagabonds. By the way, the Aces gave a dance last Friday night. I'll tell you about it the next time I See you.—THE STOWAWAY. DUCKIE DATA Before telling yoa of their pleasant surprises; the Duckies wish to _ congratulate their petite little dues digg«r, Mary Lou Sparks, on her marvelous as well as her premiere performance in Rollo's Wild Oat. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1932

SEE YOU AT THE HOP Vol. V. No. 19 Spring Cadet Hop Date Is Finally Set Place For Spring Hop Not Yet Decided; Will Be Important Social Event Of Season Girls To Wear White Evening Dress Again Kirkpatrick with Alyce Brown, Tragle with Rose Hening Will Lead in This Figure Once again on June 4 the saberbearing officers of the corps and their fair partners will form figures to the tune of dance music as another spring hop begins. The place has not yet been decided. The two most important social events of the year at John Marshall are the annual cadet hops. The winter hop was a big success this year, and indications are that the spring hop will surpass it in every way. Will Form Figures At 8:30 the hop will begin with the usual forming of J. M. and other figures. In the figure this year will be about fifty saber-bearing officers. Several sergeants who graduate in June will also be in the line of march. The cadets will wear complete summer full dress including white ducks, grey blouses, whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1939) Published Weekly by the Btudenti of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member! Entered as second-class matter Sept it, 1939, at the portoffice at Richmond, Va-, under the Act of March |, 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, Elisabeth Deierhoi, Paul Carrington, Harold Tucker, Ruth . T-iglrf, Mary Virginia White, Belle Traylor, David Magid, Patty Sheain. CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS Linwood Haden, James O'Flaberty, John Fry, William Ramkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Warren Smith Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearhetrt Advertising Manage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1932

John Marshall Track Men State Champions Justice Track Team Places First In Meet John Marshall's Track Men Win Tidewater, City, and State Meets Last Week Set Four New Records To Make Good Showing State Champions Will Enter The Annual Central Meet at Washington On Tomorrow John Marshall's track team will finish ope of the most glorjous campaigns in the history of this school when the Justices enter the Central meet at Washington on the twenty-first of this month. Within a period of a Week the Marshallites won the Tidewater, City, and State High School championships. In the Tidewater meet which was held at William and Mary College on the sixth of this month, the John Marshall team won over Maury, Hampton, Newport News, and Thomas Jefferson, compiling a total of S 2 2 ' 6 point* pver Maury's 4-6 1-6. The Justices were equally as successful in the City meet when they totaled 87 points over McGuire's at, which took second place. The State meet held at the University of Virginia found die ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 May 1932

Page Four NulotaChisHave At Egypt's Hill A Few Days Ago I An Ace Alumna Holds Dancing Recital At Northside Junior High School; Many Aces Take Part; Duckies Give Five New Bids; All Accepted NU IOTA CHI Did we have a swell time!! You can't imagine what fun you missed! All this was on our weiner roast Thursday, 'way out in the woods. Oodles of things happened, even some romance. Madeline thinks Broad Street is a grand place to meet one's ideal. Are you to ask her about Arthur Lee? And oh! that other Nunnally sister! You should see her eat hot dogs. That was one time Jeanette was quiet. And about hot dogs. Dot almost forgot them, and we were nearly starved. Wonder why Helen loves honey suckle so. Maybe it's the "Honey" part of the name. And can Louise lead people? She surely carried us to Egypt's Hill. Maybe it's the sentiment attached to the hill. (After Egypt's Hill, Louise likes onions best.) You should have seen Mitchell's mouth, a real color chart. Personal nomination for a swell p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

GOOD-BYE Vol. V. Cadet Corps Reviewed By Gen'l Malone General Malone Travels from Baltimore to Review Cadet Corps at John Marshall S K Efficiency and Bearing , Praised By General Loud Cheer Led By Famous "Horse" Harris At Finish Of "General Malone's Speech Major-General Paul B. Malone, commanding general of the third corps area, gave high praise to the cadets in an address before the entire corps in the Gray's armory, Tuesday, May 24, following a full dress review in his honor on the school lawn. This was the first time General Malone had reviewed the corps, and he saw them on their first appearance this season in white duck trousers and white caps. Is "Thrilled" ' "I have trayeled all the way from Baltimore, to see you gentlemen. I wanted to see and verify with my own eyes that which had been told me so often about your corps," he "said. "I am astonished at military bearing and apparent efficiency of your corps. lam more than that—l am thrilled." He sad that the corps exemplified t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 19*9) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL | RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PBPer Mcmber ? 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 1, 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 Ramfkey, Mary Frances McClanahan, Eleanor Whitehead, Billy Hamilton. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ' 1 Wancn Smith Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF Ernest Gearheart. Advertisin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

Track Team Ends Season at Washington Justices Fail To Win First Place Title Eastern High Of Washington Wins "C* Club Meet Over John Marshall By One Point Falling just short of a perfect season in its class, the crack John Marshall track team was gently shovel, out of first place in the "C" club track mefet at Washington last week by Eastern High, 9 District school, the score standing 21 to 20. Massanutten pulled up jn third place, one point behind. Captain Piatt Bullard added another to his string of first for the Justices, taking the 440-yard dash easily. Both John Marshall relay teams took first place. John Marshall point winners were as follows: • 440-yard dash —Bullard, first; Holland, second; time, 51.6 seconds; one mile sprint relay—John Marshall, first (Turner, Hawley, Holland, Bullard); time, 3 minutes, seconds; "C" Club one mile relay—John Marshall, first (Davis, McMullin, Rideout, O'Dell); time, 3 minutes, 27-4 seconds; Pole vault— Shaffer, tied for second; height of winne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

Page Four Clubs Bid Farewell Plan Vacation Pep Club Has Decided To Become Alumnae Club; Demons . Electing New Officers; '32 Duckies Bid School Au Revoir; Miss Henson Entertains Club SCOTTIES Kitty Applebce, Cecil Style, and Edith Walker are the Scotties' new bids. They have already made themat home in the Scotties' Kennel. The club had its first dance Friday, May 20, and ft surpassed all expectations. The baby party and initiation of new biils were enjoyed, too. The Scotties do not expect to disband dur- ing the summer, so the good times will continue for the next three months. BOOTSIE NEWS Well, the Bootsies had a, meeting over at Miss Nellie Hanson's home, last Tuesday night, "and had s»me long talks about our coming house party and swimming party. We are going to celebrate the end of exams by going for a swim. Polly Anne is going to k let us have a house party down at her cabin in about three weeks. We know we're going to have a fine time during the summer, and hope that all the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

Justices Win State Title In Stirring Battle Swastikas Take Cap In Dt*ckpin League 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 sevfcral weeks Hi-Y saw its one-game *lead slip away, and Swastika drew up abrespt and then forged ahead. When the school settled down for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 June 1932

Page Four Clubs Plan Dances Approaching 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 Richmond 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—fvhen 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. WHAT THE ACES HAVE TO SAY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1932

Hoover or Roosevelt Vol. VI. No. 1 John Marshall To Vote For President In Monocle Balloting Unqualified Voters Of High School Allowed To Cast Ballot For U. S. Executive Ballot Contains All Official Candidates Seven Names of Men Seeking Nation's Highest Office Offered To Straw Voters (Ballot on page 4) In an effort to find who would be the next president of the United States if John Marshall High School students did the electing, the Monocle is conducting a political straw vote. The most important question of the day is, "Who will be the next president?" On November 8 the voters of this country will name for the highest office in the nation one of seven men who have been officially nominated as candidates. Unqualified Voters To Vote Students here at high school will not, however, be privileged to cast their ballots at that time. Therefore, The Monocle is offering an opportunity for unqualified voters to have their say in regard to this all-important question. In The Literary Digest p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper f \ Menibl?) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports and Exchange Editor DICK FERGUSON, JR. Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors. SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor.... RUSSELL TATE Reporters . Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Florence Shepard, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Majorie Crawford, Christine Edwards, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Albert Toon, Annadale Graeter, Clarence Perkins. Typists Mrs. Ellett's Typing 4 Class and Katherine Dean Charles Yonkers Business Manager Tate Irving Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Layarus, Channing Pac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1932

Strong Justice Eleven Downs Salem Justice Win From Salem 21-0 At Isle Team Obtains A Lead Of 14 Points By First Quarter; Burrman Excels In Passes (Continued from page one) distance of the goal. Miller, John Marshall, halfback, on an off-tackle play carried the ball to the two-yard line and on the next play hit the line for the second touchdown. Todd ran the ball through Salem's left tackle to add the extra point, making the score 14 to o in John Marshall's favor. Todd Kicks the Extra Point The third quarter started with the Salem boys in possession of the ball, but another Salem fumble gave the moleskin again to the locals, who were determined to make another marker before the contest was ended. The Justices started a new and stronger drive toward the Salem goal which resulted in a lot of time out for the visitors, who were doing their best to keep back the Justice linemen. Several of the Salem linemen were carried from the field because of injuries, but none of the boys taken out w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1932

Page Four ACE GOSSIP Well the Aces are back and roaring to go with Mill Fleet still guiding them. Her flying trip to Chicago certainly shows that she is keeping up with the Ace spirit. The Aces surely have a cute president now in Mildred Lucy, and Marth Courtney is the new vice-president. Cute little Peppy Crabbin has been felected to hold down the money, while Patty Kidder will record our doings. Last and least is the reporter, Bernice Blount, whom I almost forgot. Acely, THE STOWAWAY. BACHELOR BITS The Bachelor Club welcomes everyone back to school and hopes everyone had an enjoyable time during the summer. The new season was begun with a meeting at Hawley's. New officers are as follows: Duncan Hawley, president; George Skipwith, vice-president; Jonnie Walden, treasurer; Charles Yonker, secretary, Nita Pullen, mascot. The meeting turned out to be more like football practice than a regular club session, and some football tactics were displayed which had never been heard of before. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1932

IT'S ROOSEVELT Vol. VI. Senior Class Chooses New '33 Officers Duncan Hawley To Lead The Class Through Last Year; Myrtis Elliott To Aid Him Duncan Hawley, the new and surprised president of the class of '33, ■was formally introduced to his duties at a senior class meeting held in the John Marshall cafeteria, Wednesday, October 12. The announcement of the officers was a surprise to everyone, even the candidates themselves being unaware of their election until they were called upon. This ignorance of iheir good fortune did not, however, excuse them from the cries of "Speech! Speech!" which greeted each announcement. Their utterances were noticeably extemporaneous, but typical, to say the least. Myrtis Elliott, Vice-President Myrtis Elliott, a member of the Bootsie Club, was chosen vice-presi-dent, and according to her the senior class this year will be "grand and glorious." John Wingfield was the choice of the class for historian. Amelia Garber, another prominent Marshallite, was elect...

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