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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1933

Page Two x THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (jtewswer Entered as second-class matter Sept iS, 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 Citfy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editor RICHARO LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Tate Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Gene Austin, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins, Evelyn Wells, William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott. Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Margaret Jeffreys, Marguerite Norwood. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Lazarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1933

Justices Meet Saints In First Game! Girls Receive Monogramsln Basketball Mr. Harwood Awards J. M.'s To Seven Of Weaker Sex At Senior Assembly Monday Major Sport Award Monograms Basketball The John Marshall High School Literary and Athletic Association, with the consent of the Principal, does hereby award the school monogram to the following players for participation in basketball during the season 1933: Mary Moore McLaughlin Ellen Holman Elna Lo wen thai Edith Deyerle Louise Taylor Louise Royer Evelyn Stribling FLOYD E. FOWLKES, Chairman. JAS. C. HARWOOD, March 20, 1933 Principal. Seven Marshallites of the so-called weaker sex received monograms for basketball at the senior assembly Monday morning. Mr. James C. Harwood made the awards, but at the same time there were several speakers from the Girls' Athletic Council. Miss Pauline Benton is chairman of the council and acting in this capacity she introduced the speakers. Mary Moore McLaughlin, captain of this championship team, was th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1933

Page Four Cavaliers Announce Three Bids; Bootsie Club Gives Several Bids Duckie Club's Cabin Party Proves Highly Successful; Hi-Y Club Gives Aid In Good-Will Work; Who's Who In Swastika BOOTSIE BANTER One little, two little, three little, four little, five little new Bootsies. Elizabeth Durham, Anna Vanneman, Elizabeth Brown, Gladys Mitchell, and Nancy Workman are our new Bootsies. Perhaps you saw them in socks and hair-ribbons last Friday. We're going to have a special initiation party for them soon. Last Tuesday Jean gave a tea in their honor at her home. Everybody had a fine time, and the new Bootsies really acted quite respectably—considering. The Bootsies are going to have an almost stag cabin party at Matoaka soon. Hecker, the big butter and egg man, will probably go along (as chaperone). Polly Anne almost got caught the other night—caught by a cop!! CAVALIER NOTES When the mob spirit was finally quelled, Cavaliers really accomplished something at Mr. J. B. Woodham's, where th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 April 1933

Did you know that our school is the oldest of six named for John Marshall? See Page 4. Vol. VI. No. 13 Debaters To Journey To Petersburg Affirmative To Meet Rivals Out Of City; Negative To Stay Here For Encounter v, John Marshall's debating teams will meet the teams of Petersburg High School tomorrow at Petersburg and in John Marshall to argue the subject of the state debate question. The four debaters upholding the affirmative side will travel. Louise Thompson and Carroll Williams will go to Petersburg by automobile on the twelfth, while the affirmative team from Petersburg will come here. Mildred Vick and Buford Brandis will remain to uphold the negative in the John Marshall auditorium. The debates will occur at the same time, 10:15 A. M. All second-period English classes in I John Marshall will go to the auditorium to hear the debate, and it is probable that all members of the Van Vort Debating Society will be present The state debate question this year is: "Resolved: That Congre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 April 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1939) Published Bi-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. Editor-in-Chief ... OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS New Editor. RICHARD LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL 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 Walke, Clarence Perkins, Evelyn Wells, William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott. Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Margaret Jeffreys, Marguerite Norwood. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Lazarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 April 1933

Track Squad Captures Woodberry Meet! Cinder M|en Easily Lead Track Rivals Six School Records Broken ' By Blue And White Team; Woodberry Places Second Breaking six former school records, John Marshall's track men defeated Woodberry and Saint Christopher Saturday with a score of 84.54 points. The record breakers for the Justices were Edmund Turner, William McMullin, Duncan Hawley, Talman Wiley, and James Farley. Records Broken The Marshallite aggregation amassed a total of 84 x /x points while the Orange and Blue accounted for 50. St. Christopher a little weak made 8 l /i points. Edward Turner took the first places the 100, 220 and 440-yard dashes and Harrnan did the same with the discus, high jump and broad jump. Turner set a new mark in the school records when he broke the tape in 22.6 seconds for the 220. Along with this five other school records were reduced. Jimmy Farley succeeding in taking a first and a new record when he tossed the twelve-pound shot for a distance of 45 feet 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 April 1933

Page Four Cavalier And Hi- Y C Cabin Partie Bootsie Club To Spend Day At Matoaka Lodge Thursday; Gamma Tau Club To Have Dance Soon; Demons Sell Cakes, Pie DUCK IE DATA It seems that the Duckies can think of only one thing—new bids. That subject has really kept them busy, and if they've been walking around in-a daze, just put the blame on that. (They'll have to think of another excuse after bids are given). On Saturday, April i, there was a rush tea at Dot's, and the Duckies had the usual grand time that they always have when they go there. And the rushes were jus.t as Duckie as they could be! Then came the skating party. That was a rush party, too, and just as much fun as the other one. After they skated for quite a while, they went to a barbecue place and got sandwiches ?nd drinks. Nobody would ever be able to describe how much fun it was, but anyway the Duckies will never ■forget April 8. The Duckies, just as usual, will have lunch together and then go to a show on Easter Monday. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1933

See The Reunion presented by the Girl Reserves tonight at 8:15 P. M. at the Y. W. C. A. Vol. VI. No. 14 Paper Makes First Class Honorßating Received Grade of 870 Out Of A Maximum Score Of 1,000 In Critical Service Making a score of 870 out of a possible 1,000, The Monocle received first class honor rating in the critical service conducted recently by the National . Scholastic Press Association. This grade was based on news values and sources, news writing and editing, editorials and entertaining matter, and headlines and-make-up. In the first division the school newspaper received a grade of excellent on every consideration. The total score for this section was 240 out of a possible 250. In the next division, news writing and editing, The Monocle received a grade of 255 out of 300. On the return sheet for editorials the critic had written, "Many excellent features on editorial page, but they could be more interestingly displayed." The Monocle out of a maximum score of 200 received 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Entered as second-class matter office 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 Editor RICHARD LANCASTER Research 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 Wells, William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott. Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Margaret Jeffreys, Marguerite Norwood. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Lazarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross, Bill Carr, Raymond Warren, Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1933

W&M Frosh Down Two Justice Teams Justice Nine Defeated By W&M Team Indians Conquer Blue And White Aggregation With Score Of 10 Tallies To 1 John Marshall's baseball nine lost to the William and Mary freshmen Wednesday at Williamsburg. The frosh team pounded out 10 runs to the Marshallites lone tally. Harry Moore, star pitcher for the Eighth-Streeters, had a little trouble finding the pan while William and Mary was batting the ball all over the lot. The Justices lacked the punch they have had in former games and they couldn't hit in the pinches. Twice the bases were loaded and they also had two men on with no outs only to be retired without any scoring. The eighth inning registered their lone tally when two hits and a walk were made. Moore was uneffective on the Indians as they made nine runs in seven frames. Harlow held them to one run for the remainder of the game. Thurston, Marshallite gardener was the only man to get two hits while Higgins netted a three-b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1933

Page Four June Grads Meet; Decide On Clothes Girls Will Wear Afternoon Dresses; Boys Blue Coats, White Flannel Trousers Discussion concerning the costumes for the commencement occupied most of the time of the senior class meeting held in the cafeteria on April 12. The boys decided on white trouse'H and blue coats; the girls on white afternoon dresses. Miss Helen Phillips, the class sponsor, specified that these dresses should not have deep backs and that they must cover the upper arm. The next feature of the meeting was a discussion of the flowers which the girls should carry. Garden flowers and red roses were mentioned. Someone also suggested any kind the graduate wished. When a vote was taken, a majority of the girls declared their preference for red roses, but at a suggestion from Miss Phillips the question was left open for further discussion. At this meeting the announcement of another membership drive to begin immediately after the Easter holidays was made. Duncan Hawley, the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1933

What is your favorite way of travelling? Some Marshallites tell theirs. See page 3. Vol. VI. Commandant Selected To Direct Camp Scout Officials Pick Captain James C. Anthony To Head Camp Shawandasee Staff Captain James C. Anthony, Commandant of the John Marshall High School Corps of Cadets, and a member of the Boy Scout Court of Honor, has been selected as Chief Director of the Richmond Council Camp Shawandasse. Scout ofl&cials and scouts who learned of the appointment praised the selection of the 1933 camp leader. Captain Anthony has had much experience as a scout. He was in troop 34, Sacred Heart Cathedral, and became assistant scoutmaster. He was for three years Assistant Director at Camp Kinso, Long Lake, Maine, and also served as Senior Councellor at Camp Ha-wa-ya, Crystal Lake, Maine. He has participated in military training camps for the past five years at Camp Tobybanna, Pa., and Fort Hayle, Md. Captain Anthony is a graduate of John Marshall High School, class of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper ber) ~X^4SSOQtig / '~ Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1579. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editor RICHARD LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Cadet Editor BERNARD DABNEY 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 Wells, William Sullivan, Myrtis Elliott, Charles Todd, Edith Walker, Ann Thompson, Nita Ligon, Ann Luttrell. Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Margaret Jeffreys, Marguerite Norwo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1933

Track Squad Captures Tidewater Meet Dash Record Smashed By Capt. Turner Turner Sets New Pace At Tidewater Meet For 100, 220-Yard Dashes Recently For the second time in as many years the John Marshall trackmen defeated the representatives of the Tidewater schools in the Tidewater Meet at Williamsburg. The track was slow due to the mud and rain. The scores were: John Marshall, 62; Newport News, 39; Maury, 24; Wilson, 13; Hampton, 7; Thomas Jefferson, 3. New Records, Turner Captain Edmund Turner led the Marshallites by pacing the 100 in 10.1 seconds for a new record and lowered the 220 mark to 22 flat. The Marshallite aggregation took six first places and were one-two in four events and one-two-three in one. This is the largest margin this meet has ever been won by. The mile run was one of the best of the entire meet. Aulton Thomas of John Marshall and Baker of Newport News ran approximately the same the whole distance, but Thomas jumped ahead on the last turn and left his opponent a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 May 1933

Page Four 'Bootsies Win Operetta Duckie Club Gives Five cNiew Bids Gamma Tau Club Eats, Swims, Sleeps, On Cabin Party; Wythe Hi-Y Chapter Announces Mascot; Scotties Sell Pastry PRIZES AWARDED The Bootsie Club won first prize, $3.00, for selling $21.00 worth of operetta tickets. The Scotties came second with $10.40 worth and a prize of $2.00. Taking third prize with $4.80, the Duckies won SI.OO. BOOTSIE BANTER The Bootsies held a meeting last Tuesday night at the poets house. What! you don't know who the poet is? Why, it's McLemore. She's turned genius on us. We are having a stag cabin party on May 20th. There will be swimming, boating, etc. and we hope to acquire a wonderful sun-tan. The Bootsies will soon step out in new spring uniforms. They will be—but wait and let see for yourself. CAVALIER NOTES Well, after the dance at Hopson's things sort of, quieted down, but they had a meeting at "Chuck" Chalkley's home the other night and big things, were planned for the future. Have you b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1933

FAIR PLAY Page 4 Vol. VI. No. 16 Competitive Drill To Be Held June 9 C Company To Drill First; Track Events Will Gome Between Company Drills The annual competitive drill between the companies of the John Marshall Corps of Cadets will be held on Friday, June 9 at 2:15 P. M. at the Richmond Stadium. The companies will come on the field as follows: first, C Company, 2:15 P. M.; second, D Company, 2:35 P. M.; third, B Company, 2:55 P. M.; fourth, A Company, 3:15 P. M.; fifth, E Company, 3:35 P. M. Between the drills of the companies there will be several track ewnts. The track events will be a hurdle race by Bill McMullin and Duncan Hawley, a hundred-yard dash by Edmund Turner and Bill Hopkins, and a relay by all four. At 4:00 P. M., there will be a retreat ceremony, and then the battalion in full dress will pass in review. The alumni of the corps will be invited to form a ■ -reviewing party on the west side of -■> the track at 4:00 o'clock. The award of the News Leader cup w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly b/ 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 OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KE£PLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Cofy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editor RICHARD LANCASTER Research Editor SHERRARD RICE Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Cadet Editor BERNARD DABNEY Reporters Tate Irving, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Gene Austin, Margorie Crawford, Conrad Mcßae, Edwin Thornton, Evelyn Wells, Myrtis Elliott, Charles Todd, Editb Walker, Ann Thompson, Nita Ligon, Ann Luttrell, Norman Pinschmidt, Roger Page, Elmer Miller, Hilda Kirby, Elizabeth Strange, Catherine Harding, Helen Phillips, Frances Hanewenckel, Mary De Gataeni, Louis Washer. Typists Bernard Avery, Ralph Rich, Mildred Anderson, Marion Dietrich, Katherine Dean, Frances Gray, Marga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 September 1933

Physical Education is offered to girls for first time. Vol. VII. No. 1 Girls Take Physical Education At Fourth Period And Recess f Miss Elizabeth Webb, Girls' New Coach, Teaches Three Training Classes In Gym * "Girls in the past have not had the opportunity of taking physical education in school, but now with the closing *1 of the city normal school, Miss Eliza- beth Webb is free to teach them," said Mr. James C. Harwood when questioned regarding the new physical education class being taught in the George Wythe gymnasium every day. Three Classes Taught Miss Webb teaches three classes, now; two come at recess, and one is during the fourth period. She also handles outside sports for girls. "Things are unsettled at present," stated the coach, "and I cannot tell how the girls like the sport, but judging from the number that turned out for hockey and tennis they are greatly interested." Miss Webb's Former Record Miss Webb brought an excellent record with her to John Marshall. She formerl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 September 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Member) Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Martha Lou Ellis Managing Editor Sherrard Rice Copy Editor Roger Page Sports Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Nita Ligon, Ann Luttrell, [Edith Walker Club Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor - Richard Lancaster Photograph Editors Louis Washer, Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Reporters —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Haneweckel. Lucy Cooke, Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, and Bill Sullivan. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Class. Business Katherine Harding, John Wingfield, Lucile Bowden Faculty Advisers Miss Charles Anthony Editorial, News, and Business Mrs. Mabel Irby Typing Miss Georgia Livesay. Typing Miss Ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 September 1933

High School To Have Real Fighting Team Enthusiastic Spirits Of All Mark Ewing's Inauguration As Head Coach at JM.H.S. Football, one of the greatest and best liked of all American sports, is once more in the spotlight of the nation's interest. Already, tens, twenties, even hundreds of prep schools and colleges throughout the country have started on that road to glory, beset by so many perils, that a winning team takes. Last year's winning teams are out to whip all opposition once again, while the others are just as determined to take the laurels for their own, with every man on every squad ready to fight his hardest for "his" team. Our team (more familiarly known as the Justices) has been getting set, for over two weeks, for what each team member intends to be a successful season, and will open against Glass High School in Lynchburg, Saturday, October 7. The team will then engage in eight more contests, four at home and four abroad, before the curtain rings down on Coach Hugh Ewing's...

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