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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 December 1933

Page Four Gamma Tau to Give Dance Tonight; Many Bootsies Attend Alumnae Tea Swastikas Spend Thanksgiving at Givens's Farm, List Club Who's Who; Cavaliers To Order New Set of Club Pins SWASTIKA* SWATS Well, all the good brothers had a charming time during the Thanksgiving holidays at Givens's cabin on the river. Charjey Rose, while skipping here and there, confessed that he followed him better than anyone he had ever danced with. He amused them very much with his dance to the tune of "A hey nonny nonny and a Fu. Man Chu." Cecil Morales, sponsor, and Raphel Gimenez were on hand. BURDETTE GIVENS Swastika president, A company captain—Duckie mascot —lots of leadership—Has a car. —PuHen. JOE McGEHEE —Swastika reporter —First Lieutenant A company —Likes roast duck —cheer leader—McLemore — life of the party. ROGER PAGEr-President of the senior class—Characteristic humor — Jolly Roger—Has a car (can get it sometimes) —Copy editor in love. 1 of 13. GAMMA TAU Howboutdis ? The Gamma Taus celebr...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 December 1933

What does Christmas mean to you? See the answer on page four. Vol. VII. No. 7 Noble Wins High Marks Last Month Chasen Comes Second With 97.75; Noble's Average is 97.8; Keyser Places Third November, the second school month, turned out to be one of the best ones in a long time as far as scholastic standings are concerned since seventy-nine pupils made the honor roll and forty-one of these had averages of more than 94. This is the second year that The Monocle has published the highest averages of the pupils, and this month Everett Noble and Katherine Chasen both have surpassed iny previously recorded averages. Noble comes first with 97.8 and Katherine is only .05 of a point behind with 97-75- The *>est marks,, last year, were made by Marie Reuss in December when she averages 97^6. More Than 94 There were many other high averages made this month. Those making more than 94 are: Everett Noble, 97.8; Katherine Chasen, 97.75; Marie Keyser, 97.4; Elmore Jeter, 97.25; Kenneth Bass,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 December 1933

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member] OHTEBHATIOMAO jSf iJli 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 Edtlor •. Roger Page SPorts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell Club Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor Richard Lancaster Photograph _ Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Exchange Editor Edith Walker 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, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliot, John Wmgfield. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Class...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 December 1933

Eighteen Boys Receive Monograms Team Turns Tables, Wins Game, 25-0 "Underdogs" Are Greyhounds To The Jeffs; Dick Usher, Todd, and Buhrman Score "Justices are underdogs in today's game," ran the headlines two weeks ago, but after four touchdowns and one extra point had been accounted for by the "underdogs" to win the game, 25-0, the Jeffs must have wondered why the headlines had not made it complete and said, "Justices are greyhounds of today's game." However, the game did seem to be managed rather well by the Presidents in the first half as they kept the ball in the Justices' territory most of the time, while the Thomas Jefferson fans kept singing, "Who's afraid of the blue and white," "We want a touchdown," and made the air ring for the largest gathering of Marshallite fans ever to see their team play. "A Football Hero" In -the second half the Justice fans decided to get rid of the Jeffs' din by drowning them out, and started by singing, "You've got to be a football hero." From tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 December 1933

Page Four Book-Worm Will Review School Life Monocle Review To Continue After Holidays; Business Manager Speaks Over Air Evelyn Wells, editor of the "Bookworm's Corner" of this paper, will present the Monocle broadcast to be given after Christmas over \^RVA. The program of December 12 was successfully given by Catherine Harding, business manager of the Monocle. The broadcast began with the school's new song, "Sons of John Marshall Plugging Along," played by Nora Edwards. Catherine then told news about Marshallites, the most important being that of the school's football victory over Thomas Jefferson. Approximately 2,500 persons attended the game and saw the bands of each school and John Marshall's cadets parading and forming the letters "J" and "M". Another new feature was the mule which William Honeycutt continually led around the field. All these things added color and life to the football classic. The news announcer then read an editorial written by Charles L. Todd. This challenged...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 February 1934

Are You Out For Trapk? Vol. VII. Three Make 98.4 To Top Ribbon List Mead, Noble, and Keyser Win Though Each Studies Five Classes; 74 Honor Pupils Three students in John Marshall tied for the highest averages in the school with the highest average that has been made in several years. They were Ernest Mead, Everett Noble, and Marie Keyser, each having an average of 98.4. Another remarkable feature of this is that each of these pupils takes five subjects. This does not leave any study periods in school, and means that five lessons must be prepared every night. There were also high seconds and thirds. Laura Coit and Katherine Chasen made averages of 98 and Margaret Lockwood made 97.6. All of these averages are higher than any made last year. High Averages The rest of the averages more than 95 are as follows: Anne Thompson, 97.25; Elmore Jeter, 97; Hariette Yeamans and Kenneth Bass, 96.8; Royal Brandis and Elizabeth Davis, 96.6; Mary Hazard, 964; Blanche Dillard and Elsie Pitts, 96.2 ; C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 February 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Hmwer Member) ffj— y|| <INTtfIHATIOIuO ✓ Ssem, Entered as second-clan 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 Sforts Editor Charlea L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Lu -rell Club Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Exchange Editor Edith Walker 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, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliot, John Wingfield. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Clasa; Miss Georgia Lives...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 February 1934

Tracß, Baseball, Now Under Way! Chief Sport Interest Is Now Track Four Lettermen Will Form Nucleus for Track Team; Several Reserves Return Track is once more the center of interest in John Marshall, for active practice has begun in the Howitzer's Armory. For the past few years, the track team has been one of the best of High School's various teams, in fact the best prep school track team in the state. Now all efforts are being concentrated on keeping that record unmarred during the coming season. Many Lost However, the standbys of last year's championship team, Captain Eddie Turner, Bill McMullin, Duncan Hawley, Jimmy Farley, and Douglas Holland (who held seven records between them) and Charlie Hecker, Aulton Thomas, Eddie Odell, Bob Rether, and Smith have been lost through graduation. Thus, four lettermen, Captain Bill Hopkins, Fred Hardy, Stuart Todd, and Tommy Wiley, together wkh Tom Whitwortb, Stuart Cassidy, Cecil Minor, Peery,. and Dillard are to be the backbone of this year's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 February 1934

Page Four Many Make Honor Roll Grades Here Eighty-Nine Students Make Averages of 90 or More; Fifty Girls, Nineteen Boys In the month of December there were eighty-three students from the two ichobls, John Marshall and George Wythe, who made the honor roll. Of this number forty-nine were in John Marshall and thirty-four in George Wythe. Junior-Senior Honor List Those in John Marshall who made 90 or more than 90 on all subjects were Margaret Lockwood* Katherine Chasen, Laura Coit, Anna Jude, Adele Maxie, Philip King, Virginia Riley, Marie Reuss, Olive Cole, David Walker, Audrey Cooper, Helen Zimmerman, Jane Dixon Griffiths, Lucy Latham, Elizabeth Ann Marks, Thelma Crews and Dorothy Otto. Also on the list were Robert Hall, Phyllis Vick, Elsie Pitts, Everett Noble, Dorothy Parrish, Pauline Thornton, Marion Haynes, Ernest Mead, Donald Murrill, John Secrist, Leah Leibowitz, Ruth Zimmerman, Grover Pitts, Rebecca Branch, Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Elizabeth Nuckols, Hunter Jackson and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 February 1934

See John Marshall beat Benedictine at the Blues' Armory tonight, at 8:15. Vol. VII. Honor New Students at Convocation Erskine Discusses Rewards, Hardships of Scholarship; Advises, "Get the Tuth" "Scholars are people who see that .there is no beauty, or not enough; no truth, or not enough; no justice, or not enough, and then start right in making some," declared Dr. John L. "Erskine at the second annual honors convocation held in the Cannon Memorial Chapel at the University of Richmond, on Wednesday, February 21. Following the academic procession of faculty and seniors, led by President F. W. Boatwright, the famous novelist, poet, teacher, pianist, dramatist, and lecturer spoke on "The Rewards and Handicaps of Scholarship." Erskine Questioijs Honors "When I was asked to speak in this hour when you are celebrating the honors done by yourselves and fellow students," he began, "I wondered whether those honors were worth anything to you. The reward of scholarship is extreme loneliness. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 February 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Cwcwswcr Member) frp=q7 {iwTjWUTIONAL? Sipl ' 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 Sforts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon ~ Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell CM Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor.... Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Exchange Editor Edith Walker Advertising Manager Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reportert —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Haneweckel, Lucy Cooke, Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myitis Elliot,. John Wingfield. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's Class; Miss Georgia Livesay's Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 February 1934

Justices Battle Cadets Tonight Track Team Meets Foes On Saturday Small Squad to Defend Last Year's Laurels at Indoor Catholic University Meet "It's never too late to come out for track. If the boys in High School would only realize that and take ad- vantage of it, we'd never have any difficulty in putting out a good team," were Mr. Hugh Swing's words in a discussion of the track team, its members, and its chances. The smallest number of boys ever to turn out since Mr. Ewing became coach of track several years ago is preparing to defend the laurels won by preceding teams. Those that are out are showing nice form, however, and many are expected to make good. This Saturday, six boys ( who are paying their own expenses) will journey to Washington to compete in an indoor meet at the Catholic University in the season's opener. Hopkins and Fiekta are entered in the 50-yard dash, Whitworth in the 50-yard low hurdles, Hardy and Wright in the half-mile, and Peery in the mile. The mile relay t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 February 1934

Page Four Membership Drive, Dance For Juniors "Who's Who" Contest to Run Along with Drive; Dance To Have Special Feature Opening their membership campaign with a "Who's Who" contest and closing it with a dance with the seniors on March 2, the junior class will solicit new members during the coming week. The "Who's Who" contest will run in conjunction with the membership drive, both taking place in front of the cafeteria at both recesses. Only junior class members will be eligible for election. Six Titles Selected Twelve juniors will receive titles when the contest results are announced, there being a girl and a boy for each title. Those who are selected will be Mr. and Miss Popularity, Mr. and Miss Intellectual, Mr. and Miss Athlete, Mr. arid Miss Class Spirited, Mr. and Miss Best All Round, Miss Beautiful, and Mr. Handsome. In this issue of The Monocle will appear a ballot which must be used for voting. Only this ballot, signed by the voter, will be legal. Monocles will be sold at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 March 1934

Write for the Spring Issue of The Record Vol. VII. Saint To Be Publications' Dance Host Background for Staff Dance Is Proverbial Green; Irish Laughter to Reign There St. Patrick's proverbial green will provide the background for the staff •dance which Quill and Scroll will sponsor next Friday afternoon in the Wythe gymnasium. To the strains of Irish music and Irish laughter, the members of The Marshallite, The Record, and The Monocle staffs will dance. This is their first dance since Quill and Scroll -organization in February 1930. Myrtis Elliott Decorates Gym Green ribbons and decorations of all kinds will brighten the gym. Myrtis Elliott and a committee composed of John Wingfield, Watson Warriner, and Evelyn Wells will change the bare old hall into the Emerald Isle by means of pictures, Irish harps, and other typical Erin attractions. Presentation of pins to the new Quill and Scroll members will take place at this time. As a part of theninitiation the new members will wear green h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 March 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Mem ber) xfeiissoa^^ fO"_' <INTERKATIONAL> iipl 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 S torts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Ligon Feature Editors :■ Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell Club Editor Elmer Miller Cadet Editor. - Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Marjorie Crawford Exchange Editor Edith Walker 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. Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliot, "John Wingfield. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 March 1934

Basketball, Tracß Teams Journey High School Loses Final Game, 26-24 Presidents Win City Crown; First Victory Over Team In Three Years' Existence Thomas Jefferson defeated John Marshall for the first time in its three years of existence last Wednesday when the Presidents won the city basketball championship from the Justices in the Wythe gym. The largest crowd of the year was in a continual frenzy as the lead seesawed from one team to the other in the final few moments of play. With about two minutes left to play and Thomas Jefferson two points in the lead, James Howard sank a long shot from mid-floor to tie the score 22-22. Lennie Jacobs, President captain, then scored his fifth field goal of the evening to again put the Belt Liners in the lead, but a few seconds later Tommy Wiley, the John Marshall captain, scored from under the basket to again tie the score. Then with the fans cheering and yelling their loudest, Welford Sanders scored a final goal to give the Jeffs the most import...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 March 1934

Page Four Sonny Is Of Real Bribary Mr. Fowlkes's Son Responds To Bribe of Toy Pelican When Cookies, Candy Fail Mr. ' Fowlkes, swinging his feet which did not quite touch the floor, sat bashfully at his desk Wednesday while Miss Simpson Thomas and Miss Elizabeth Webb all in vain offered him candy and cookies. Miss Loulie C. Kelly smiled and patted him with an exclamation, "What a dear little yellow suit you have on!" But Mr. Fowlkes only hung his head and refused to answer. For Sonny Fowlkes is only three and a half years old, and he doesn't like strange teachers and pupils even if they are his daddy's teachers. Even little boys, however, are not immune to the charms of a pencil and paper, and Sonny was no exception. Glibly he scribbled away, explaining to Miss Webb that he was writing tlie names of the bad boys whom Simpson was keeping in. "I'm writing these with pencil, because you can't erase ink," was the gist of Sonny's explanation. When Mrs. Felix Fournier and Mr. Bailey Tucker...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 March 1934

Sophomores and juniors will dance this afternoon—with an orchestra and everything else! Vol. VII. No. 11 Juniors Say Pupils Make Who's Who Fuqua, Dent, Latham, Smith, Carpenter, German Place First; Six Boys Also Win To hear the results of the junior "Who's Who" election, the members of the junior class eagerly waited last Tuesday afternoon in room 317 W. Alice "Tad" Fuqua and Burdette Givens were elected most popular. Kitty Carpenter and Fleming Gill received the most votes for best all around. The most intellectual students are Lucy Latham and Ernest Mead. Edith Smith and Charles Spain won the election as most athletic. Lorene German and Billy McCarthy were voted most class spirited. The best looking girl and boy are Lucille Dent and Merrill Ittner. Fuqua and Givens Alice "Tad" Fuqua is v the popular little blond who is a member of the Bootsie club and held office in the sophomore class of '33. The popular captain of A company, who is also president of the Swastika club and mascot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 March 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA SWCf Membcr^ fft—.. f) (INTERNATIONAL^ Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoflke at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Martha Lou Ellis Managing Editor Sherrard Rice Copy Editor. R°g« Page Sports Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor • Ligop Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luurell Club Editor . .Nancy Soyars Cadet Editor. Richard- Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Myrtis Elliott Exchange Editor Edith Walker Advertising Manager Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Mary De Gataeni, Helen Phillips, Frances Hanewinckel, Lucy Cooke, Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliott, John Wingfield, Virginia Burton, Bernard Rudlin, Sally Haden, Virginia Ogburn,Marie Reuss, Cynthia Mears, Martha Byers, Elizabeth W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 March 1934

High School Will Have Field Day Justice Nine Enthusiastic In Practices High School Baseball Team Practicing Daily at Byrd Park; Much Spirit Shown John Marshall High School's baseball team took advantage of the first warm day of the year last Thursday afternoon, thirty-two Marshallites reported to Coach George "Gummy" Proctor at Byrd Park for the year's initial practice. The workout consisted of fielding practice and a light batting practice for the infielders and outfielders, while the pitching candidates spent a good part of the afternoon in warming up. In addition a run around the park began and tended the practice. During the succeeding days practice has gradually become more serious, and actual competition. The first game will be played with Atlee High. As yet very little is known about a possible team. Those who have been coming to the practices are Charles Richards, Bobby "Probst, Linwood Atkinson, and Bill Sims, lettermen; Frank Gatewood, Jimmy Ryan, and Charles Todd, last ye...

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