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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1929

"TIDE OF EMPIRE" IS TO BE AT THE COLONIAL Peter B. Kyne's California Romance of Gold Rush to Show for Week The Tide of Empire, a screen version of Peter B. Kyne's mighty romance of California, is more than a mere adapted movie. It is a glorious pageant of the gold rush, a romantic page from history. It tells of the Spanish dons, the relics of an old civilization, swept by the gold seeking hordes that brought with them a modern civilization. It also tells of human struggle in the pioneer days. The characters tell a story of the old homestead that is lost at a horse-race, a broken-hearted Spanish father, a weakling brother, and a beautiful daughter who is loved by an Irishman who shoulders the families' responsibilities. Bandits are also shown as are some close-ups of the first load of gold ever carried by the Wells-Fargo Express. This superWestern picture will be featured at the Cilonial Theatre week of April 22. Renee Adoree, as the Spanish heroine, has a powerful role which she han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1929

Page Four Blue and White Tossers Win and Lose at Fork Union Justices Hit Olgiers Hard; Taylor Scatters Cadet Hits Moler, Smith, Wursch, Stewart Barnes, Kersey Score in Eighth to Clinch Game Combining thirteen hits and four errors, John Marshall scored nine runs in the second game of the two-game series and defeated Fork Union last Saturday to the tune of 9 —4. Henry Taylor, on the mound for the Justices, kept the eight hits allowed the Academy boys well scattered and'' would have kept the score lower had not his mates made six errors behind him. In the first inning, J. Phipps reached first base on an error by Frank Barnes. Allen struck out, Bolton flied out to Wunsch and Olgers flied out to "Cakie" Reynolds. John Marshall did not fare as well in the first round, Moler, Shade and Wunsch all being victims of the bewildering offerings of Olgers. Fork Union began the scoring in the second frame, Temple going out, Reynolds to Wunsch. H. Phipps was thrown out, Taylor to Wunsch. Farley rea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1929

Club Chatter By Georgia Belle Bennett Thursday, April 4, at three o'clock, the Peps were entertained at a luncheon at the William Byrd Hotel. The luncheon was given in honor of Margaret Baughman, former president of the Pep Club, and now a student at William and Mary College. To the Members of the Junior Class: The time is approaching for us to present the Junior Stunt Night. Yet nothing has been done about the entertainment. Are you, Juniors, going to sit back and let the name of the Junior class be disgraced and ridiculed because you are not interested enough to come to the meetings? The absence of Miss Gill, of course, has been partly the cause of this "bust-up." Get to work, Juniors, and make John Marshall resound with your praises. Whenever you are ready, we will call a meeting and start the ball rolling. As the Girl Reserves seem to hold the center of the stage now, it is of interest to know the newly-elected officers. They are as follows: President—Julia Sadler. Vice-presiden...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1929

Page Six NOTES FROM THE OFFICE MARGERET CARTER JONES MARGARET CARTER JONES The following John Marshall boys made the first honor roll at HampdenSydney College averaging 85 with no subject below 80: James A. Millard, Jr., S. L. Toone. On the second honor roll, averaging above 80, with no subject below 75, was George H. Ware. Mr. Harwood will not attend the principal's convention at Charlottesville, Virginia. on May the tenth. He will preside on that day at the Oakwood cemetery exercises. The cadets will march in the parade Graduation announcements will be here soon. INDIAN FROSH SWAMP JUSTICES-TYPHOON (Continued from Page 4) Mary), second; Britten (William and Mary), third; McLaren (John Marshall), fourth. Time, 52 1-2 seconds. Half mile—Won by Winder (William and Mary) ; Lindsay (William and Mary), second; Fowler (William and Mary), third; Renn (William and Mary), fourth. Time, 2 minutes 7 seconds. Mile—Won by Johnson (William and Mary) ; Renn (William and Mary), second; Overton (Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

"Record" Comes Out - Today; Theme is Romance Vol. I, No. 8 Operetta Casts are Announced in Special Assembly Different Voices to be Heard on Thursday and Friday Nights of Next Week BEST SING SATURDAY NITE Butler and Campbell Sing on Thursday; Joe Crooks and Schepp Sing Friday The casts for the operetta, Riding Down the Sky, were announced at a special assembly last Monday. Two songs were sung by members of the cast, and these will probably prove a great drawing card. Large crowds are expected to attend each night. The operetta will be presented Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights of next week. There are two people in each of the most important roles, one cast will sing Thursday night, one Friday night, and " the best of the two will sing Saturday night. Thursday night the principals will be Tillman Butler, who sings the tenor lead, Virginia Campbell, the soprano lead, Alma Crone and Helen Travis, mezzo sopranos, Frank McCarthy, baritone, and Katherine Waymack, alto. Friday night Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

Page Two Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY A. H. ROSSITER Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor : ASHBY HUNTER Clubs GUY MALONEE Debating DOROTHEA GWYN Dramatics R THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARSHALL BUTLER, MARGARET CARTER JONES BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B: P. HARRISON, JR. Circulation Manager D. W. LYDIATT, JR. HOMER WILSON, 808 ALLEN, 808 ALLPORT, JACK GRIMM, FRANK AUSTIN Advertising Manager WALKER COTTRELL GORDON MARKS, JACK ENGLISH, HARVEY BROWN, LOUIS KAUFMAN, EVELYN KERSE, HARRY F. BYRD, JR. Faculty Adviser MISS CHARLES ANTHONY It has been the custom of the Senior classes of the past to present to the school some object of use or beauty by which it may be remembered. The Class of '29 wishes to give something useful. What shall it be? A portrait of Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

SPORTS Justice Tracksters Defeat McGuire Thin Clads; Horsehide Tossers Meet Strong Foes on Diamond MARSHALL RUNNERS HUM BID PARKERS BY SCORE OE 69-48 TOMPKINS IS HIGH SCORER Smith, Haase, Kirkpatrick, Gatewood, and McLarin Cop First Places By a score of 69 —48, John Marshall's harriers defeated the thinly clads from McGuire's last Thursday at Stadium Field. McGuire's copped seven first places while the Blue and White runners were annexing six, but the Justices captured enough seconds and thirds to amass a greater total of points. Chris Tompkins, former Marshallite. earned high scoring laurels by virtue of first places m the shot put, javelin, and pole vault and a second place rating in the discus throw, chalking up a total of 18 points. • - Six men in the meet were either Justice or ex-Justice football stars. Chris Tompkins played halfback on the 1926 Blue and White gridiron aggregation; Carter Haase is captain-elect of next year's John Marshall eleven; Roland Smith, who won the hig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

CLARA BOW PICTURE APPEARS AT LOEW'S Star's First All-Talking Picture, "The Wild Party," Will Have Run of a Week The Wild Party is the name of the all-talking picture which introduces Clara Bow into the sound World and proves her to be an actress of the new phase of motion pictures as well as the old. The story was written by Warner Fabian who is remembered by his never-forgotten Flaming Youth. This production, in SBigBagpgPOCWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMOaaWWWWWWWWX^wijg j:i, m jfl H Clara Bow in the Paramount Picture "The Wild Party" which Clara records her voice, will be shown at Loew's Theatre all of next week. Miss Bow's voice is said not to be over-melodious in delivery, but suits her personality exactly. The title gets its name from the episode in which Stella Ames (Clara Bow) and three of her companions from Winston's College for Girls invade a dance. No, it's not wild because Oara goes, because she doesn't even get in. They are barred because their decorated bathing suits are thoug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

SPORTS Justice Tracksters Defeat McGuire Thin Clads; Horsehide Tossers Meet Strong Foes on Diamond MARSHALL RUNNERS TRIM BYRD PARKERS RY SCORE OF 6948 TOMPKINS IS HIGH SCORER Smith, Haase, Kirkpatrick, Gatewood, and McLarin Cop First Places By a score of 69 —48, John Marshall's harriers defeated the thinly clads from McGuire's last Thursday at Stadium Field. McGuire's copped seven first places while the Blue and White runners were annexing six, but the Justices captured enough seconds and thirds to amass a greater total of points. Chris Tompkins, former Marshallite. earned high scoring laurels by virtue of first places m the shot put, javelin, and pole vault and a second place rating in the discus throw, chalking up a total of 18 points. Six men in the meet were either Justice or ex-Justice football stars. Chris Tompkins played halfback on the 1926 Blue and White gridiron aggregation; Carter Haase is captain-elect of next year's John Marshall eleven; Roland Smith, who won the high j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

Club Chatter By Georgia Belle Bennett At a tea given at the home of Julia Nance, the Chics elected Anne Wilbon vice-president, who will serve as president of the club during Margaret Miller's absence from school. Tuesday night, April 16, a meeting of the Bootsies was held. The Van Vort Debating Society gave a reception Tuesday afternoon, April 23, in Room 105, for the new members. Refreshments were served, and a humorous and amusing debate was held on the subject, "Resolved, That Boys Should Be Allowed to Attend School Without Coats in Warm Weather." "Bishop" Carter Wormely was a guest of the Writers' Club, Friday afternoon, April 12. He read several of his poems and told many interesting stories connected with their inspiration. The Skippers have John Marshall stationery for sale. Come and buy. There will be a very important meeting of the Sultans tonight. All Sultans please be at the "Harem" by seven o'clock. The last Idma dance, given in the Mosque Lounge, was so successful that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 April 1929

Page Six Dear Miss Patricia: Please give me a sample love letter asI am very young and not yet will informed in such matters. Also tell me how I can politely refuse the attentions shown me by a red-headed, freckled-face little girl from the country who is madly in love with me. She thinks I'm so good looking. My dear "Handsome": If you are not enough in love to know what to say, I advise you not to try to write alove letter. It is considerate of you to wish to refuse the little girl's attentions politely, but be careful, for boys have a way of over-estimating the opinion girls have of them. * Dear Miss Patricia: I am in great need of your excellent advice. I have just met the nicest boy imaginable, but he lives in Washington and can't get here to see me often. Would it be correct to drive up Sunday and drop in to see him? Please answer before the twenty-eighth of April. My dear "Armful": There is no reason why you should not drive up t6 Washington, but be sure to warn your friend be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

Circulation of Last Issue 1700 Vol. I, No. 9 Picnic Date is Set for May 20th; Boat Chartered Postponed From Friday, May 17 to the Following Monday; Is Annual Affair EXPECT MANY TO ATTEND Will Leave Richmond About 8:00 • and Return about 7:00; Orchestra to Play After much controversy and discussion, the date of the Senior Picnic has been set for Monday, May 20. The contract was signed the early part of this week and the I stand er, a James river boat, has been chartered. Friday. May 17, was the date formerly set, but due to conflicting events, the following Monday was selected. Mr. Harwood has consented to excuse all February, June, and summer school graduates from classes that day, and a large number of people will attend the picnic. The Islander will leave Richmond at about Bor9A. M. It will sail down the James and dock at some convenient location, where the Seniors can eat lunch. An orchestra will accompany the class and there will be dancing aboard the Islander. She will arrive i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term EDITORIAL STAFF ■ , Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY A. H. ROSSITER Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor ASHBY HUNTER Clubs ; GUY MALONEE Debating DOROTHEA GWYN Dramatics : THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARSHALL BUTLER, MARGARET CARTER JONES BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B. P. HARRISON, JR Circulation Manager D. W. LYDIATT, JR. HOMER WILSON, 808 ALLEN, 808 ALLPORT, JACK GRIMM, FRANK AUSTIN Advertising Manager WALKER COTTRELI GORDON MARKS, JACK ENGLISH, HARVEY BROWN, LOUIS KAUFMAN, EVELYN KERSE, HARRY F. BYRD, JR. Faculty Adviser Miss CHARLES ANTHONY Members of Scholastic Press Association PRINTED BY COTTRELL & COOKE, INC. THE ATHLETES DESERVE THEIRS, BUT . . . Have you ever wondered why it is that athletic teams are rewarded with letters at the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

"ABIE'S IRISH ROSE" WILL BE PRESENTED AT LOEW'S Famous Stage Play Given in Part Talking Version All Next Week Anne Nichols' famous play, Abie's Irish Rose, which ran five years on Broadway and is still being produced in smaller towns, will be on the bill at Loew's Theatre next week. This Paramount feature has talking and singing sequences. The leading roles are entrusted to Nancy Carroll and Charles "Buddy" Rogers. The story concerns a Jewish boy who marries a Catholic girl. They are first united by a rabbi, then by a priest, and to make things even, by a Baptist minister. Complications follow and the most amusing situations occur. The film is said to be as good as or better than the play, and this writer can vouch that the play was nothing short of a riot. Loew's is to be greatly congratulated on the number of splendid films which it has brought to this city in the last few months. This theatre is one of the most popular with Marshallites. CHARLES CBUDDY)KOGERS-NANCY CARPjOLL IN AN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

SPORTS Johnny Adams in Fine Fettle to Turn Back Alma Mater; Smith, Haase, Taylor, Gate wood Defend Titles at Va. Lets Justices Down With Five Hits; Phillips Hurls Well Eight Errors Prove Costly to Hopes of Blue and White; Wunsch Leads Attack John Marshall lost a hard fought game to the University of Richmond Freshmen last Tuesday by a score of 7 to 1. The Justices were powerless before the bewildering offerings of Jawn Adams, erstwhile Marshallite wizard and now the mainstay of the young Spiders' mound artists. Pitching against his former mates, the young, sorrel-topped knight of the diamond displayed a fine assortment of curves and speed, and held the Marshallites in his power throughout the game. A 1 Holland started the game in the box for John Marshall, but was taken out in the first inning because of his wildness. "Duchie" Phillips who succeeded him pitched a creditable game, but was not quite good enough to subdue the Freshmen. The Justice lone run came as a result of a walk is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

RECORD OFFERS PRIZE FOR BEST ESSAY OR STORY REALIZATION IS THEME Many Students Expected to Submit Original Writings in Contest The Record is offering a prize of five dollars for the best story or essay of from five hundred to two thousand words embodying the theme of "Realization" or "Dreams Come True." All entries in this contest must be in the hands of Mr. Beverly, in Room 6, by three o'clock the tenth of May. They must be typed on one side of standard paper, with the name and home room of the writer in the upper left hand corner of each page. The winning contribution will be given the place of honor in the May issue of the Record. The theme of the Record this month is quite different from those that have been used in the issues of the preceding months. The previous ideas of "Dreaming," "Mystery," and "Romance" have all been elusive and pertaining more to the spirit. "Realization" shows our dreams coming true, and is a more material topic. This fact has been mentioned in a notice ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1929

Page Six . Dear Miss Patricia: I am a sweet little blonde with blue eyes and I weigh one hundred pounds. My mama is a widow. She has been receiving attentions from a multi-mil-lionaire bachelor with no relatives. However, he met me the other day, and since then he has secretly been making love to me and begging me to marry him. He is six times my age, but he is so nice and rich, I don't know what to do. Shall I tell my darlin' mama, leave him flat, or marry him? Yours in a dilemma, "DOUBTFUL DOROTHY." My Dear "Doubtful Dorothy": If you are not looking -for trouble don't tell your mother, and for the same reason don't marry him. The third course seems to me the best and really the only course for you to pursue. Dear Miss Patricia: For two years I have been going with a precious boy. He's been coming to see me every other night for a year, but last Thursday he didn't come. The next day I received a note from him. It said that he had seen me out riding with another girl smoking a cigar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 May 1929

Senior Picnic to be Held Monday, May 20 Vo. I, No. 10 TAYLOR UPSETS McGUIRE TEAM Crack Pitcher Lets Down City Rival With Two Hits Strikes Out Seven Men as John Marshall Takes Lead in chool Race KAHN HAS LOOSE SUPPORT Errors Combined With Justice Blows Accounts for Downfall of Byrd Parkers By Giaucus Gulley, Jr. Mayo Island Park, May B.—A new prep school leader was crowned here today and McGuire's mound monarch, Ray (Dingy) Kahn, more than met his match when he attempted to silence the heavy artillery of Dave Miller's John Marshall cannonaders. The general that caused Kahn's Waterloo was none other than Henry (Flash) Taylor, versatile athlete and sphere thrower de luxe. Any claims to the city prep leadership (Continued on Page 4) DEMONS SUCCESSFULLY SPONSOR THE MONOCLE The Demon Club sponsored the last issue of THE MONOCLE, selling about 250 copies. This pleased the business staff immensely. Miss Truitt is the sponsor of this club which is popular among the members of the sophomore c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 May 1929

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY A. H. ROSSITER Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor ASHBY HUNTER Clubs GUY MALONEE Debating ... DOROTHEA GWYN Dramatics THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARSHALL BUTLER, MARGARET CARTER JONES BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ■ B. P. HARRISON, JR Circulation Manager „ D. W. LYDIATT, JR. 808 ALLEN, FRANK AUSTIN, GORDON MARKS, CARL NELSON, HOMER WILSON Advertising Manager WALKER COTTRELI Assistant Advertising Manager LEWIS KAUFMAN 808 ALLPORT, HARRY BYRD, JACK ENGLISH, OSWELD FALLS, EVELYN KERSE, LUCILLE PALMER, KATHERINE SERGEANT, VIRGINIA WATKINS Faculty Adviser , Miss CHARLES ANTHONY Members of Scholastic Press Association Most students are reluctant to accept gleefully a holiday without knowing what they are celeb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 May 1929

BUSTER KEATON PICTURE SHOWS AT NATIONAL Marcus Show is on Local Stage; Revue is Very Popular With Students The National Theatre presents the inimatable Buster Keaton in his new Metro-Goldwn-Mayer picture, Spite Marriage. Dorothy Sebastian has the feminine lead ,&nd proves herself to be a charming comedienne. As usual, Buster's picture is intense, hilarious, and has everything that makes a good comedy. It is said to be his neatest, slickest comedy. Mr. Keaton is the mute admirer of a Broadway star, but he gets into so much trouble that any but true love could not survive. He wrecks the show when he tries to play a part in it. He is so persistent that when her sweetie jolts her, she marries him for spite. CAPITOL FEATURES FILM "THRU DIFFERENT EYES" Latest Fox Movietone Production Plays at West End Theatre All Next Week A murder trial story that is remarkable in that it is thoroughly convincing, although presenting three different solutions, and a picture that is remarkable...

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