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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 September 1933

Page Four Clubs Reorganize For New Year; Officers and Mascots Announced Williams, Rady, Riley, Ross, Freeman, Pullen, Schaaf, and Sims Are Recently Elected Presidents; Plans Discussed At Meetings THE ACES Tommy Jordan is the Ace's brand new mascot. Marjorie Williams takes the cake as president, and that little Bannister girl is vice-president. "Dena" Chalk Ley is keeping minutes, while Kitty Collier guards the coin, and Martha Courtney scribbles for The Monocle. Patty Kidder is back with us this year, but Miss Elizabeth Fleet, Perdue, and Bernice Blount will be missed. The Aces were entertained at Dena's cabin at Bowler's Wharf. Fun, sunburn, potatoes, and crackers! That's putting a week-end in a nutshell. BACHELORS The club held its first meeting •Thursday afternoon. The new officers who were elected for this year are George Rady, president; Tommy Richards, vice-president; Horace Hardaway, secretary; and Bill Tomlinson, treasurer. New bids were discussed, and activities were planne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 October 1933

Shoit With Sullifan Vol. VII. $2.00 Plan Is Battle Cry Of Justices Monocle and Major Sports Offered Under $2.00 Plan; The Record Not Included _ As the first home football game is rapidly drawing near, more and more pupils are taking advantage of the $2.00 plan which is being inaugurated this year at John Marshall, and on Monday morning 154 had paid their money, and numerous others had promised to pay as soon as possible. Replaces 52.98 Plan For the past two years John Marshall publications and athletic teams have been mainly supported by a plan known as the $2.98 plan. All subscribers to this plan received admission to the home football, basketball, and baseball games as well as a year's subscription to The Monocle, the school's biweekly newspaper, and The Record, the monthly magazine. This year, however, The Record has not been offered in this plan, and the price has therefore been lowered to $2.00. Plan Outlined In Assembly In a program in the morning assemblies the advantages of ...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA C " sPa * r ber^ 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. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell, Edith Walker Club Editor t...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, Bill Sullivan, Elizabeth Strange. 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 I...

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

Justices Out To Take Portsmouth Glass Squad Beats J. M. Team 6 To 0 Both Teams Play Fine Ball; Miller Is Star Of Game; Ames Hurt On Third Play - Before a crowd of several hundred wildly cheering fans, whose shouts reverberated through the Lynchburg Stadium for two hours, John Marshall in the 1933 debut lost a hard fought game to Glass High, 6-0. The Justices forced the play throughout the game and were continually on the verge of scoring, but late in the third quarter Marshall, Glass captain, blocked a kick, then recovered it and raced twenty yards for the game's lone score. Ames Hurt John Marshall's chances suffered a severe blow when Dick Ames pulled a muscle in his leg on the thiird play of the game. During the remainder of the quarter the Justices threatened to score at any moment, but could not quite make it. Miller made several nice end runs, and Buhrman plunged through the line for consistent gains. The second quarter was a repetition of the first, with John Marshall forcing ...

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

Page Pour Bootsies Announce New Officers Ace Club Chooses New Sponsor Demons Will Have Cake Sale, Luncheon, Theatre Party; Duckies Initiate New Bids At House Party On Rappahannock River ACE GOSSIP The Aces are certainly lucky to have Miss Dorothy Cottrell as their new sponsor. All the Aces are going "boo boo boo" since they gave a theater party last Tuesday and saw Bing Crosby at Loew's. Mildred Lucy certainly did give the beach a fit this summer at a houseparty that an alumna gave. Good old Frances East and Helen Holland never forget their fellow club members. The Aces were well represented at Annapolis by their little president, Marjorie Williams. Asik Gladys Nunnally about sitting on the end at a theater party. Patty Kidder wants to go to Washington to schooJ, but she will have a hardi time getting away from the Aces this winter. The Aces are giving "a puppy fry" from Marjorie Williams's house tonight at eight. What! Dinner at eight ? ? ? BOOTSIE BITS Ho-wdy. We want you to meet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 October 1933

Ghosts and Gobblins On Page 4 Vol. VII. Group Discussion Is Feature Of V.I.P.A; Britton Is President Former Marshallite Heads Convention; Dr. Freeman To Make Address Tonight Opening yesterday at the University of Richmond the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association will continue through tomorrow afternoon, according to the president, Beverley Britton, formerly of this school. Phi Delta Epsilon, national journalistic fraternity of the University of Richmond, and The Richmond Collegian, Richmond College student publication of which Britton is editor-in-chief, are sponsoring the convention this year. First Meeting Last Night The first meeting was held last night, and only a few besides the committee officers were present. The officers represent colleges throughout Virginia. Miss Evelyn Dulaney of Roanoke and Mr. Alex Hudgins, founders of the association in 1928, acted as honorary president and executive-secre-tary. The president of the convention, Beverley Britton, was graduated fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 October 1933

Page Two C THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA / s (Newspaperf jMembeiQ X^4SSOO!^ /^ 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 Storts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Li eon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell, Edith Walker Club Editor '.....Elmer Miller Cadet Editor ."Richard Lancaster Photograph Editors Louis Washer, Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Mariorie Crawford Advertising Manager Catherine Harding Advertising Staff John Wingfield, Lucile Bowden Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Haneweckel. Lucy Cooke, Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Bill Sullivan, Elizabeth Strange. * Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 October 1933

Justices Are All Set For Saints High School Takes Game; Score 13-6 Villa Miller, Justice Star, Scores Both Touchdowns As Eighth Streeters Win Home coming day was a huge success for several hundred Marshallites, last Friday, to say nothing of the football team, when John Marshall defeated Roanoke, 13-6. Those arm bands with the three inscriptions, "Help J. M. Whip Roanoke," "Rout Roanoke," and "Romp on Roanoke," were certainly upheld. Justice fans helped whip Roanoke with their support and cheers, the line routed the Roanoke line, and Miller did romp on Roanoke. Jefferson started the game off with a march straight down the field to the Justices 5-yard line, but heeding the vibrant shouts of Bill Sullivan's cheering section,'who were letting the team know they were to "hold that line," the Marshallite eleven held firm, and shortly thereafter started the fireworks. Steady Drive To Goal A steady drive toward the visitor's goal—on running plays by Walsh and line bucks by Buhrman, was com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 October 1933

Page Four Commandant Issues New Appointment Miller, Givens, Hall, Ross, Burnette, Graveley Lead Companies For This Year Continued from page one) Lieutenant Jos. Wharton; First Sergeant James Allard; Line Sergeants. Forrest Norvell, Aaron Hass, Rudolph Boschen, Edward Newell, Harvey Kelley, Carl Fleming, and William Grigg. Cadet Corporals: Vernon Edwards, Ralph Duling, Harold Chasen, Woo Tang, Beverly Reams. Cadet Lance Corporals: Dave Mollen, Ramon Fisher, John White, and Russell Wood. C Company Captain Robert Hall; First Lieutenant, Earl Martin; Second Lieutenant, Albert Dennis; First Sergeant, Charles Skutt. Line Sergeants: Robert Gilson, Louis Roye, James Hinton, Linwood Quarles, Rex Jones, Richard Lancaster, George Seay, John Wyatt, Royal Turpin. The Cadet Corporals: Branch Crooks, Thomas Bruno, Lawrence Smith, Frayser Hopkins, Garland Timberlake, Albert Morris. Cadet Lance Corporal&i Thomas Duffy, Albert Millington, Herbert Roye, and John Adams. D Company Captain, W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 November 1933

National Education Week offered many features here. Read the speeches of noted educators and the news of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra. See the "Bookworm's Corner." " " Vol. VII. No. 4 Juniors Hold Meeting For Installation Billy McCarthy Will Lead Class; Carpenter, Kennedy, Golden, and Mead Elected Installation of new officers, a reading by Mickey Helminger, dancing by Laverne Lupton, Alice Ann Finke, and Mary Jane and Josephine Sewell, piano selections by Nora Edwards, and finally cheering made up the program of the junior class meeting held yesterday in the John Marshall auditorium. Each officer from last year introduced his successor. First Kenneth Bass introduced Billy McCarthy, the new president. Presentation of the vicepresident, Kitty Carpenter, the treasurer, Tinsley Kennedy, the secretary, Rosemary Golden, the historian, Ernest Mead, and the reporter, Julia Bowles followed. Juniors At Work Already the juniors are hard at work on their membership drive. Committees headed b...

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

P*ge Two U THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Member) Entered as second-clan matter September 18, 1929. at the postoffioe 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. Associdte Sports Editor.. Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell, Edith Walker Club Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor Richard Lancaster PkotofT*pk Editors Louis Washer. Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Mariorie Crawford Advertising Manager {Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Haneweckel. Lucy Cooke. Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Bill SulKvan, Elizabeth Strange. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Class. Business Katherine Harding, John Wingfield, Ludle Bowden Faculty ...

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

Crimson Tide Is Tomorrow's Foe Team Defeats Danville High By 6-0 Score Squad Plays Steller Ball To Win Third Conference Battle At Mayo's Island Mayo's Id and was the scene last week of the Justices' successful repulse of their fourth conference foe, Danville. A determined struggle by both teams came to an end in ehe last quarter of the game when Dick Ames plunged through the Danville line for the only score of the game. From the very banning both teams made try after try for a touchdown, but each was held in check by a stubborn defense of the other. Tlbe first quarter ended, then the half, and neither team had made even a scoring threat; but in the third period Danville got a break. Justices Hold Firm Danville recovered a fumble on the John Marshall io-yard line and made four valiant efforts to carry the ball over the line. Bach time, however, to the great relief of the fans who, by this time, realized they were watching a real fight, the Justice line stopped the runners in fheir tr...

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

Page Four Mr. Lancaster Talks On Art; Shows Slides Historical Society Secretary , Gives History And Pictures Of Famous Virginia Homes ' Mr: Robert M. Lancaster, acting editor of Virginia Historical Magazine and secretary of the Virginia Historical Society, delivered an illustrated lecture on the historical places and estates of interest in Virginia, Wednesday November 8, in 309 W. "The three ships, Santa Maria, Godspeed, and Recovery sailed down the Thames, out into the sea, and across the Atlantic Ocean, and chose Jamestown as their site for a settlement," began Mr. Lancaster. Beginning with the year 1609 Mr. Lancaster, related various events in Virginia history up to the first representative assembly in 1619. He showed slides of the foundations of the church that was burned at the time of Bacon's Rebellion. "Jamestown was owned by one man," he continued, "who was always unanimously elected for public office. After the destruction of Jamestown, the capital was moved to Williamsburg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1933

Are you going to Newport News with the football team? Vol. VII. No. 5 Confederation Of Educators To Meet Here Virginia Education Members Assemble at Convention; Many Notables To Attend Celebrating its twenty-seventh annual convention, the Virginia Education Association will convene in Richmond, on November 28-30 and on December 1. Governor Paul V. McNutt of Indiana, President John T. Tigert of the University of Florida, Miss Charl Williams of the National Education Association, Governor-Elect George C. Peery, and the State Superintendent will, be important speakers on the program. Dr. Sidney B. Hall To Speak On the opening night, Wednesday, November 29, Dr. Sidney B* Hall, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will discuss "The Status of Public Education in Virginia Today," and Dr. John K. Norton of Columbia University Teachers' College will speak on "Looking Toward Educational Reconstruction." President Tigert will speak Thursday night, November 30, from the same platform wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Entered as second-claw matter September 18, 1929, at the pottoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Martha Lou Ellis Managing Editor Sherrard Rice Copy Editor Roger Page Starts Editor Charles L. Todd, In. Associate Sports Editor "....Nita Ligon Feature Editor* Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell, Edith Walker CM Editor . Elmer Miller Cadet Editor... Richard Lancaster Photo ymph Editors Louis Washer, Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Advertising Manager.... Katherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters—Mary De Gataeot, Helen Phillips, Prances Haneweckel. Lucy Cooke. Hilda Kirbjr, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Bill Elisabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtu Elliott, John Typists— Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Class. Business Katherine Harding, John Wingfield...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1933

Fighting Cadets Defeat Justices Maury Downs High School Eleven 19-0 Hudgins and Seay Star for Commodores; Barbour and Buhrman Also Play Well Maury, cheered on by several thousand Commodore rooters, showed a complete reversal of form, and swamped the Justices, 19-0. Although they were supported by fifty or more loyal Marshallites, the Justices could neither start scoring on their own behalf nor stop the Commodores from galivanting over the field, with three trips to the Marshallite goal line thrown in for good measure. Maury Scores Early At the first whistle the Maury team started on a continuous and steady drive toward the Justices' goal, which was climaxed by Hudgins's twenty-five yard run for the first score. However, the Justices came to life then, and during the second and third periods held Maury scoreless although they did not threaten the Commodore goal line. ,Manry Again Scores In the* final quarter the Commodores started a power attack that netted them thirteen Stewart caug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 November 1933

Page Four Two Visitros, Three Pupils Discuss Drive Visitors and Students Talk On Community Fund Drive In All Three Assemblies In cooperation with the Community Fund drive, speakers both from the fund headquarters and from this school made addresses in the assemblies last week. Mr. Thomas B. Morton, a trustee of the Community Fund, of the Richmond City Home, and a trustee on the bojft-d of the Salvation Army, spoke to the senior assembly Monday. Wednesday Mr. Douglas Smith, graduate of the class of 1923 and a real estate man of Richmond, addressed the junior assembly. The student speakers were Elmer Miller, Anita Pullen, and Gaynelle Bass. Elmer spoke last Friday. Mr. Thomas Morton Speaks "The work of the community fund is to obtain and allocate the funds which may be required for current needs and for such requirements as the Richmond Community Fund shall decide it is wise and necessary to provide for charitable, philanthropic, and social agencies which shall meet the standards of m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1933

The theatre party for December 12 is something new in entertainment for the senior class. Vol. VII. Chaperones Are Judges Of Contest Best Couple at Sophomore-Junior-Senior Dance Will Be Presented with Award To the music of Billy Wood's orchestra the seniors, juniors, and sophomores will hold a dance, on December 15, in the George Wythe gymnasium at which time a contest will be held for the best waltzers. A corsage will be awarded to the best girl waltzer, and to the best boy, a boutonniere. Ben Parker, the florist, contributed these flowers. The teachers chaperoning the dance will act as judges. This event is expected to draw a large crowd because it is the first time that a contest of this kind has been held. Football Team Invited Members of the football team will be invited to the dance as a celebration of the close of the football season.^ To add to the festive occasion the gymnasium will be decorated with the class colors which are blue and gold; maroon and gold; and green and g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA / s (Newspaper I Member) Entered u second-class matter September 11, 1929. at the pott* office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Martha Lou Ellis Managing Editor Sherrard Rice Cut j Editor Roger Page $ forts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor..... Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell, Edith Walker CM Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor... Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Adfurtisimt Manager Katherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Haneweckel, Lucy Cooke. Hilda Kirbjr, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Bill Sullivan. Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliott, John Wingfield. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby*s Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Class. Business K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1933

Justices Battle Presidents Today OFFICIAL LINE-UP JOHN MARSHALL THOMAS JEFFERSON No. NAME POSITION NO. NAME POSITION 2 —Wright, Donald, . . End 11 —Shaw, Sidney, .... End B—Woodson,8 —Woodson, Doran, . End 60 —Bishop, Sam, End 9 —Ross, John, End 10 —Ryan, John, End 15 —Chockley, Walter, . End 29 —Richards, 8i11,.... End s—Phillips,s—Phillips, Herbert, . Tackle 52 —McNew, Eugene, . Tackle 24 —McLaughlin, Lee, . Tackle 6 —Carneal, Wyatt, .. . Tackle 12 —Fleming, Carl, . . . Tackle 53 —Best, James, Tackle 20 —Riggs, Dan, Tackle 55 —Meade, Winston,. . Guard 25 —Minor, Cecil, .... Trckle 57—Vitsky, Maurice, . . Guard 27 —Hay, Thomas,. ~ . Guard 16—Christian, Fleming, Guard 22 —Norvell, Forest,. . . Guard 38 —Latimer, Clarence,. Guard 36 —Ballowe, Howard, . Guard 26 —Hall, Tommy,.... Center 31 —Barbour, Hugh, . . Guard 56 —Greene, Tommy, . . Center 23 —Bailey, William, . . Center —Kelly, Ormond,. . . Center I—Buhrman,1 —Buhrman, Mac,. . . Back 54 —Jacobs, Leonord,. . Back 25 —Todd, Walter...

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