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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper (^"'Mbf^Wmber) HI 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 Editor DAVIS EWELL 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, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins. Typists Ethel Brown, Genevieve Cornish, Elizabeth Henderson, Ellen Holman, Lillian Nunnally, Virginia Lee Priddy, Elizabeth Tate, Doris Womack, Lewis Blank, and Katherine Dean. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1933

Justices Defeat Thomas Jefferson 34-9 ! Quintet Wins Easily From Belt Liners Basketeers Register Third Straight Triumph Led By Greene, Gill, and Ridout (Continued from page one) that he was a capable leader and excellent floor man. The Marshallite team found little difficulty in the third period in breaking through Thomas Jefferson's defense. The third quarter found Gill on a scoring spree. He sank three field goals in a row and was followed by Green, who had been shifted to forward. Early in the second quarter, Coach Hobbie Snead sent Ebel to center and shifted Green to forward. Ahern's performance at guard was one of the main features of the Belt Liners' work. . Third Contest This encounter was the third in the basketball series between the two high schools of the city. John Marshall has been successful in all three engagements. This game marked the debut of the City Title race between Benedictine, McGuire's, St. Christopher's, Thomas Jefferson, and John Marshall. None of the othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1933

Page Four C avalier And Forum Clubs Elect Officers For Coming Semester Hi-Y Club Holds Very Amusing Initiation At Forest Hill; Cavalier Progressive Party Postponed; Duckies Most Active SCOTTIE SCRAPS Members of the Scottie Club had good times during the holidays. The club had a card party at Roy's, and Frances invited everybody to her dance. Dickee Robinson, an old Scottie, came down from Lynchburg and saw lots of her old friends at a party Roy gave for her. The Scotties plan for a subscription bridge party soon. DUCKIE DIVERSIONS Happy New Year, Marshallites! The Duckies started off '33 with the same good times that prevailed all through '32. They ushered the old year out with a Christmas Eve party, a tea, a get-together, and a swell dance. Albert gave the Christmas Eve party for the Duckies and the Gamma Taus. There wefe Christmas presents, a Christmas tree, and the usual Duckic Christmas Spirit. What fun! Many thanks to "Alumni Liz" for the grand time the club had at her tea Wedn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 January 1933

$1.49! Vol. VI. No, 8 John Marshall To Conduct Broadcast Over W.R.V.A.; Monocle Sponsors Series Class Of Drama And Cadet Band On First Program Tuesday, Feb. 7, At 4:30 On Tuesday, February 7, at 4:30 o'clock, the first in a series of John Marshall High School programs will be broadcast under the direction of The Monocle over radio station WRVA. Every other Tuesday, WRVA is allowing this school the use of its facilities for this broadcast. Various organizations and individuals in High School will take f>art on the programs. The first program on the seventh will consist of selections by the cadet band and a play by the Class of Drafts. A short review of the news of the school will also be given by a member of The Monocle staff. Ofehesfra On Program After it has become better organized, the school orchestra will take part ofl these programs, and excerpts from the operetta will be presented. Besides the hundreds of Marshallites Who Will look forward to hearing this regular bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 January 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Herepapet Member) J^NTEWUTLOWJD 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 Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICK, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, •Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins. Typists Ethel Brown, Genevieve Cornish, Elizabeth Henderson, Ellen Holman, Lillian Nunnally, Virginia Lee Priddy, Elizabeth Tate, Doris Womack, Lewis Blank, and Katherine Dean. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 January 1933

Petersburg Downed By Basketball Team! Petersburg Repelled By Basketeers Blue And White Quintet Is Victor Over Crimson Tide In Petersburg Gymnasium Petersburg was downed by the Marshallite basketball team last Wednesday night in the Petersburg High School gym. The Justices were never threatened, and the final score was 40 to 18. This game was the fifth victory in as many starts this season. Greene scored 13 points for high scoring honors, and Eddie Gill, Justice guard, accounted for 12. The Eight-Streeters rolled up a 14 to 7 lead over the Crimson Tide but almost tripled that lead in the last two periods. Truehart and Robertson tallied 9 and 4 points respectively to head the Petersburg scorers. Ridout, Gill Open Drive Ridout and Gill easily overcame the point lead set by the Petersburgers by Motley's foul toss. The Justice five them started a scoring spurt and brought the total to 9 points. Robertson followed by Truehart netted 4 points for the Crimson Tide cause. One of the most spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 January 1933

Page Four Duckie Club Has Cavalier Alumni To Give Dance Ace Club Plans To Have Cabin Party In Near Future; New Members Of Hi-Y Club Induced; Scotties To Give Rush ACE GOSSIP It's just a cabin in the cotton —but that's all that can be told you now. Why? 'Cause that's all that's known now, silly. I just ask you were the Aces shocked out of their wits Wednesday at club meeting? It was this way was quiet, and then the unexpected happened. In walked Minnie Lloyd. The Aces are starting off their exams with a bang (?). They are having a "puppy fry" tonight. And we'll have a big time. How'd we know that. Well, don't we always? BOOTSIE NEWS The Bootsies had a meeting last Tuesday evening at which two red letter days were decided upon for the month of February—Thursday, the twenty-sixth and Saturday, the twentyeighth. Exams will be over then and tveiybody will be happy? On Thursday, the twenty-sixth, Hecker has invited the club to his house for a candy pull. Saturday, the twenty-eighth, a sub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1933

Back The Marshallite Vol. VI. No. 9 Ernest Mead, Making 97.5, Leads Pupils Rose Turner In Sight Saving Class Gets The Only 100 As Average For The Term Although Ernest Campbell Mead of George Wythe leads the list of firsthonor pupils for the term of 1932-33 with an average of 97.5 which is only .1 of a point less than the best monthly average of the term, made by Marie Reuss in December, Katherine Rose Turner of the Sight Saving class made the only 100 as a term average on a subject. She made 100 on her Geometry 2 examination and-had on this subject an average of 99 for the term. This gave her 100 for her term's average. This was the only 100 for the whole term's work that was made last term. 100 on Two " To get on the first honor list a pupil must have an average of more than 90% on all subjects for the term, not more than one demerit, and no unexcused absences or tardies. Ernest Mead took four subjects last term and received the following averages: 97, 99, 99, 95. He also received ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE \ (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper ) Member) V %4SSOQ^ / * Entered as second-class matter Sept 18, 1929, at the pottoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVEETON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWBLL CM Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editor *. RICHARD LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL TATS Reporters Editor Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins, Evelyn Wells, William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott. Typists Ethel Brown, Genevieve Cornish. Elizabeth Henderson, Ellen Lillian Nunnally, Virginia Lee Priddy, Elizabeth Tate, Doris Womack, Lewis Blank. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1933

Justices Avenged By Defeating Glass! Marshallites Down Wilson In Slow Tilt Justices Defeat Presidents By Margin Of 18 Tallies; Wiley Plays Good Game The Woodrow Wilson High School quiptet was overwhelmed by the Jus* rices fox the second time by the score «i *7 to 45. This game placed the Matthallite representatives in a better position for their defense of the state title. Slow Stmrt The first part of the game was very slow as neither team was able to locate the basket. Than Wiley, of the Jusscored 8 points befoxe the visitors made a point. The passing combination of the Wilson team was good up to the basket Captain Doxey, Wilson guard, was not in the game because of sickness. This absence hurt the TideWater representation very much because he is one of the mainstays of the team. Qreene and Williams contributed to .the justices* score by adding foul field goals. Furgusson dropping two in a *9w aided the Wilson cause. The end of the first two periods fouqd the Justices leading by a 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 February 1933

Page Four Gamma Tau oA(ames Officers; Aces Have cHjght Hot Dog Roast Gavalier Club Holds Dance In Spite Of Foul Weather; Bootsies Have Candy Pull At Hecker's; Scotties Play Bridge ACE GOSSIP Did the Aces have a time at their hot dog roast the other night? Just ask those that turned out. And when it comes to suitable places—just consult Mi«s Williams and Mr. Turner. I'll bet Miss Fleet would make a good housekeeper. You should have seen her cleaning up. There're big things ahead for the Aces. A rummage sale—a kid fartf —Oh! the Aces have a great time. By the way, the club wants to see you at our sale. You might be able to select your new spring outfit. BOOTSIE BANTER get this candy off my hands," ind "Goodness! I've dropped my taffy on the floor," are just some of the remarks that were floating around at the Bootsie taffy pull at Hecker's. Although Myrt was the only one to get her candy hard, (and that was too dirty to eat), everyone had a marvelous time. McLemore and Kitty Howe are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1933

I""—I THE MONOCLE E53 Vol. VI. Faculty vs. Students In Basket Ball Miss Wright And Mr. Ewing Organize Ail-Star Teams; Miss Stephenson, Center Faculty teams will meet the student basketball teams in a double header in the George Wythe Gym Tuesday, March 7 at 3:15. Both the women and men teachers have organized teams headed by Miss Wilhemina Wright and Coach Hugh Ewing. Min Stephenson, Center Miss Wright's team is composed of Miss Elise Stephenson, center; Miss Helen Harwood, side Center; Miss Isabel Dickerson and Miss Wilheima Wright, guards; Mrs. Frank Wood aftid "Miss Mary Peple, forwards. All the members of the sextet have played basketball at one time or another although some do not profess to be good players. Miis Peple declared, "I played on the -second class team at college, but I was considered pretty bum. People either mash me playing basketball or kick me in the shins." Many Subs Named Besides the fir9t team there will probably be the following substitutes: Mi»s Odfjl Lavin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper ferjfer*) M em ber) 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 Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor „ LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS ' Ne<ws Editor. RICHARD LANCASTER Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL TATI Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Tate Irving, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Gene Austin, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins, Evelyn WelS> William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott. Typists Ethel Brown, Genevieve Cornish, Elizabeth Henderson, Ellen Holman, Lillian Nunnally, Virginia Lee Priddy, Elizabeth Tate, Doris Womack, Lewis Blank. Charles Yonker Business Manager Taje Irvine.. Advertising ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1933

Justices Win City Crown For Second Time! Blue-White Quintet Wins Championship Amory Of Cadets Is Star In Last City Series Game; Wiley Leads J. M. Scorers The Justice basketball team made it a clean sweep in the city series by overwhelming the cadet five of Benedictine by a 42-25 margin. . The Blue and White representatives won six games, and no losses were chalked against them. This was their second city title in the last two years. Amoryi High Scorer The "Justices went off to a flying start and were never threatened. At the end of the first two periods a 28-9 lead was maintained by the Marshallite five. Joe Amory, all-city forward, led the scorers by netting 18 points for the Shepard Streeters. Captain Bob Ridout, of the Justices, succeeded in holding Amory in the first half and collected a total of zi points. In the second half Coach Hobson Snead replaced his regulars with second-string meih Ridout was the only man to play the entire game. Justice Lead The scoring was started by A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1933

Page Four 800 Subscriptions Secured Io Drive To Sell Monocle Rooms 104, 212 Lead With All Students Subscribers; ■ Many Rooms Have Quota The compaign for new subscriptions for The Monocle, held last week in the John Marshall and George Wythe buildings proved a great success. More than 800 subscriptions were obtained through the efforts of The Monocle staff. When a statement of the finances of the school paper, which showed the great danger of losing it unless the deficit was made up, was laid before the students the above number of subscriptions were secured. They indicated their attitude toward the problem. Six subscriptions were requested from each home room. Most of them met this ,quota, and many of them greatly exceeded it. Room 104 and 212 are leading the race with the excellent records, of a hundred per cent subscribing in each xoom. Room 114 has 22. Room 116 and room 412 followed closely .with 20 subscriptions apiece. Fourteen home rooms obtained 15 or more. The -M°°ocle had b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1933

Dan His Afternoon Vol. VI. No. 11 Marshallites Win Honors At Richmond At Recent Honor Convocation Fifty-Nine Of 123 Honors Went To Former Students At the Honor Convocation which was held at the University of Richmond on Monday, February 20, fiftynine of the 123 honors awarded were won by former Marshallites. This is almost fifty per cent. Out of the five girls at Westhampton who were elected to Phi Beta Kappa, three were former Marshallites. They were Elizabeth Atkinson, Vivian Barnett, and Marion Clark. At Richmond College three out of nine elected to this fraternity, were originally from John Marshall. They were Joseph Perkins, Harold Hutcheson, and Lewis Stoneburner. There were five out of six in these colleges to be elected to the fraternity of Tau Kappa Alpha, a debating fraternity. These pupils were Helen Caulfield, Marion Clark, Stuart Cook, James Dodd, and Boiling Ellis. The fraternity of Pi Delta Epsilon, a fraternity of journalism, had three out of eight from this school. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1933

Pag© Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-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. Editor-in-Chief OVKTOK JOKES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOOBE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editor : RICHARD LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor ROSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex, Jones, Tate Irving, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Gene Austin, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walk*, Clarence Perkins, Evelyn Wells, William Sullivan, Myitis Elliott Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Margaret Jeffreys, Marguerite Norwood. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate IrVSne Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Lazarus, Cfcanni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1933

Justice Champs Downed By All-Stars! Blue-White Team Loses Final Contest Picked Team FromMcGuire's Benedictine, And Jefferson Beats Justices By 33-29 The John Marshall City quint champions were defeated by an all-star team composed of men from Thomas Jefferson, McGuire's and Benedictine Wednesday night. The half found the Justices leading T>y i point, the score being 15 to 14. Closes Season This game marked the closing of the basketball season and was a wonderful finishing touch to the 1933 session. Neither team, at any time, was at a better advantage than ft>ur markers. Although the All-Stars were the pick of the city's material, the crowd was not as large as that of the Thomas Jefferson-John Marshall contest. This defeat was the only one administered by a local team, for the Marshallites won every engagement in the City Title race. Captain Bob Ridout, All-City justice guard) was the outstanding player for the Eighth-Streeters. This game was the last in his pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1933

- w Page Four Marshallite Classes To Hold Joint Afternoon Dance! Frank Brown Makes Talk About China Dressed In Chinese Costume He Gives Lecture Showing Queer Traits Of People Frank Brown recently presented a most unusual program in Miss Mary Peple's fourth period public speaking class. Disguised as a Chinaman, he entered the room babbling unintelligibly in Chinese. William Cosby, the chairman of the program, after a few gasps, laid a restraining hand on the visitor and explained to him that the class could not understand him and he must speak in English. Frank lost little time in changing his language, but the atmosphere of China still remained. First he explained a little bit about the Chinese and their strange and war-torn land. Then he delivered a real lecture on his country. This was supplemented by slides which made the talk interesting as well as educational. Chinese archways were the subjects 1 —: of many pichires. Frank explained : that there are always several arches leadin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1933

Read some of the boners we actually make on tests— Page 2. Vol. VI. No. 12 Musician Gets Big Applause In Assembly Jan Muftkaesy, Accomplished Richmond Musician, Gives Several Violin Numbers Jan Munkacsy, an accomplished Richmond musician, entertained the senior assembly last Monday morning with several violin selections. His first, "The Old Refrain" by Fritz Kreislcr, received a burst of applause from the audience. This number, although a classic,. is familiar to most people. M. Moszkowski's "Serenata" was Mr. Munkacsy's next selection. This also is a popular as wfll as a classic number. The violin artist borrowed his last choice from the Hungarian world of music, la "Gypsy Dance" he had an excellent eiutnce really to display his skill, and the audience was not disappointed in his artistry. This number by Tivadar Nachez depicts the gypsy in all his freedom and glorious romance. It has the spirit of the vagabond. In the quick stacatto notes, Munkacsy brought to his audience the 1 dan...

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