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

Page Four Time Draws Near; Increases His Fear Badly Frightened at 4:12; Knees Knocking at 4:13; All Intensified at 4:14 4:13 P. M.—Two minutes to go, and Charles Todd's knees were knocking, his hands w«re shaking, and he seemed to be trying to swallow a golf ball; Dot Day was watching the clock and wringing her hands; and Sherrard Rice, Percy Pollard, Majorie Crawford, Bill Powers, Lorene German, Fleming Gill, and several others were enjoying the scene and the fact that they were not on the program. 4:14 P. M.—one minute to go, and the above mentioned facts were intensified many degrees. 4:15 P. M.—and the announcer's voice trailed off, finishing the previous program. At this point, Dot managed to control her hands and opened the Monocle broadcast with the school song, "The Blue and White." Next, she played a piano solo, "The Old Spinning Wheel," and then played and sang, "This Little Piggy Went To Market." Charles Todd followed with a sixminute resume of the Monocle news— The publi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 April 1934

Adam anil Eva Vol. VII. No. 12 6 Adam and Eva' Are At This School Next Week, Two Nights Annual Spring Play To Run Two Nights; Reuss, Bailey, Gordon, Richards in Cast Adam and Eva, decked in riding togs and evening gowns instead of fig leaves, will come to John Marshall next Friday and Saturday nights, April 20 and 21, at 8:15 P. M. This is the annual spring play, and the cast of twenty is made up of students of this school. The price is twenty-five cents; thirty-five, however, cents for reserved seats. Spoiled Millionaires The plot centers around a family of spoiled millionaires and their woes when "the old man goes broke." According to Miss Isabel Dickerson, costume director, "It's worse than any depression you've ever seen —and much funnier." Bill Bailey and Frank Richards will portray the part of Adam, young business manager of millionaire James King's farm. The leading ladies will be Lelia Gordon and Marie Reuss, playing Eva. Kings Are King Without even so much as changing their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 April 1934

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 Et litor Roger Page Sforts Editor Charlea L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell Club Editor. Nancy Soyars Cadet Editor Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Myitis Elliott Exchange Editor Edith Walker Advertising Manager Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Hilda Kirbv, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliott, John Winfield, Virginia Burton, Bernard Rudlin, Sally Haden, Virginia Ogbnrn, Marie Reuss, Cynthia Mears, Martha Byers, Elizabeth Willeroy, Doris Cavenaugh. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 April 1934

School Turns Out for Field Day High School Wins, Loses In Baseball Defeats Atlee High Easily; Falls to Chester by 2-1, But Plays Tie Next Game High School started the 1934 baseball season with a bang Thursday a week ago when the team defeated Washington Henry High School at Atlee, 19-2. Friday the squad met tougher opposition and lost, J-i, to Chester High School. In a return game the following Tuesday, the game ended after twelve innings in a 5-5 tie. A team with only three old men— Charles Richards, pitcher; Bobby Probst, shortstop; and Linwood Atkinson, third base, started against Atlee. Richards held the opposition to five hits and two runs in five innings before he was relieved by Fleming Stone who was relieved by "Cocky" Driver in the ninth. Charles Todd started against Chester and pitched shut-out ball until the seventh inning when the visitors converted a walk, two errors, and two hits into two runs. Richtrds finished the game giving only one hit- in two innings, • but the t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 April 1934

Page Four Monument Is Huge Object For Contest Committee Anounces Facts In Contest for Suitable Inscription for Project Details for one of the most extensive contests ever conducted, one that will embrace the entire United States and ail its possessions, have been announced by the Rushmore Memorial Cojnmittee in order to secure for the Mount Rush- more National Memorial the best and most suitable inscription the country can provide. The monument is one of the hugest projects ever undertaken, each of the figures carved to be on the scale of men 450 feet in height. Sponsored by the United States government, the memorial is designed to be an almost eternal monument to four outstanding statesmen and their spirit and accomplishments—George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. It is to be located at Mount Rushmope, South Dakota. In the solid granite walls rising high into the air, each letter of the inscription will be carved thirteen feet in height by Gut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 April 1934

WILL YOU DANCE WITH THE GLASSES THIS AFTERNOON ? Vol. VII. No. 13 Social Fete To Be Given By Classes Dansant Will Be Given This Afternoon; Picnic, Dance Planned for Seniors Soon Loyal seniors, juniors, and sophomores will enjoy a dansant this afternoon in the Wythe gymnasium. The music will be furnished by Billy Wood and his orchestra. The juniors, seniors, and sophomores are combining in order to make the dance a bigger and better affair. Members of the classes are very enthusiastic over the tea dance, and a large crowd is expected. This is the first in a series of social fftes which the senior class is planning. Miss Elise Stephenson, sponsor of the seniors, has asked all members who wish to go on the annual senior picnic, which is an all day affair, to sign up in her room, 208, tbir week if possible. The sooner the students sign up, the sooner the picnic will be held. Only students who have been members of the senior class for both semesters of this year will have the privilege o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 April 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member! Ifj QHTtWi?TIONfO 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 Sjwrts Editor Charles L. Todd, 111. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell 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 —Hilda Kirbv, Anne Sweeney, Ev'elyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen. Myrtis Elliott, John Winfield, Virginia Burton, Bernard Rudlm, Sally Haden, Virginia Ogburn, Marie Reuss, Cynthia Mears, Martha Byers, Elizabeth Willeroy, Doris Cavenaugh. Typist s —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 April 1934

Justices Overwhelm Presidents High School Track Team Takes Meet Hopkins Is High Point Man; Justices Win Meet From Glass, Woodberry Forest With Captain Bill Hopkins again showing his heels to all opponents, John Marshall High School won the triangular track meet at Woodberry Forest, last Saturday, between John Marshall, E. C. Glass, and Forest. The Justices scored sixty-nine and a half points, Woodberry Forest placed second with fifty-six and a half points, and E. C. Glass finished last with seventeen points. High School, led by Hopkins with first places in the 100-yard dash, the 220-dash, the 440-yard dash, and the broad jump, won eight events, placed second in five, third in five, and fourth in four events. Fred Hardy followed his captain with two victories, a wyi in the half-mile, and another in the mile. The two other first places were made by Dick Ames who won the javelin event and Stuart Todd who won the pole-vault. SUMMARY 100-yard dash—Hopkins (J. M.); Jones (W.); Russell (G....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 April 1934

Page Four Essay Prize Is Awarded Honor Pupil Jeter Awarded Gorgas Medal; Quill and Scroll s Meets To Present Prize Winner "It gives me great pleasure to present to Elmore Jeter, editor of The Record, this medal given by the Gorgas Memorial Institute for his prize-winning essay on Gorgas," declared Mr. James C. Harwood as he presented Elmore with the handsome medal in senior assembly, recently. Main Feature of Assembly This presentation was the main feat- ' of the meeting in charge of the Quill and Scroll members, who were sitting on the stage. Martha Ellis, president of the society, presided *nd introduced the preliminary program. "Just as they have preliminary bouts at so are we having preliminaries," said Martha. "Our first bout is an introduction." An introduction of the school and Quill and Scroll with its officers followed. "She Can't Stop" "Laura Coit is our vice-president. I'm afraid to let her talk now, because once she's started, she can't stop," protested Martha as she ask...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1934

Join Monocle Campaign! Vol. VII. No. 14 C Company's Score Wins Cadet Drill E Company Next with 9.2 Per Gent; B, A, D Follow; Folkes Commends Corps C company, inspired and encouraged by its sponsor, Eunice Bowers, who carried a black and gold horse «ioe for luck, won the highest honors in competitive close order drill, Saturday. The score of the company was 94. E company came next with 9.2 per cent. The other companies came in the following order: B, third; A, fourth, and D, fifth. The drill was held in the Gray's armory. Each company drilled for fifteen minutes, the drill including the school of the company and precision movements testing leadership, teamwork, neatness, organization, and discipline. The companies drilled in the following order: B company, first, D company, .second-r C company, third, A company, fourth; and E company, last. The sponsors, attired in gowns of their company colors and escorted by company alumni, preceded the companies to the drill floor and excitedly wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper QNTEBNQTIONAL;) Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1£29, 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, in. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell Club Editor Nancy Soyars Cadet Editor. Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor Myrtis Elliott Exchange Editor .Edith Walker Advertising Manager .*5.... Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myrtis Elliott, John Winfield, Virginia -Burton, Bernard' Rudlin, Sally Haden, Virginia Ogburn, Marie Reuss, Cynthia Mears, Martha Byers, Elizabeth Willeroy, Doris Cavenaugh. Typists —Frances Gray,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1934

Improved Justices Meet Defeat! Justice Nine . Loses Game To Visitors Richards, Mundy Hit Homers As Petersburg Takes Nip And Tuck Battle, 9 to 6 Petersburg defeated John Marshall for the second time by a score of 9-6, last Tuesday at the Stadium, but only after a nip and tuck battle jhat might have gone to either team. The Crimson wave opened the first inning by making three hits and scoring one run, but John Marshall came back in the same inning and scored a run on a walk and a hit to even up the score. Petersburg then started out in earnest and scored one run in the second, four in the third, and one in thl fourth to take a 7-1 lead. At this point Charlie Richards hit one of Nelson's last balls to the wire fence in left field, scoring Bricker „ ahead of him. Then, while holding the Wave scoreless, the Justices stepped out to collect one run in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings to make the score, 7-6, in Petersburg's favor. Tipton then relieved Zeto and kept High School from an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1934

Page Four Paper Wins First Class Honor Rate "Excellent" Is Rating Given The Monocle in National Scholastic Paper Service "First class honor rating" is the newly earned motto of The Monocle received in the fourteenth annual AilAmerican Newspaper Critical Service, conducted by the National Scholastic Press Association. This is the third time the bi-weekly has won first class honor rating, and Professor Edwin H. Ford of the Minnesota department of journalism declared, "I am convinced that somebody ought to erect a monument to that hard working and efficient group made up of school paper advisers and staff members." • In the critical service The Monocle was graded on four considerations. First, the news values and sources. The bi-weekly received a rating of "excellent" on this. On the second division, news writing and editing, they were rated "good". And the third point, editorials, they merited a rating of "excellence". Headlines and makeup, the fourth consideration, were "good?'. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1934

Staffs Banquet Vol. VII. No. 15 Journalists Hold Annual Celebration Forbes H. Norris Is Guest At Annual Dinner; Speaks To Pupils on Journalism "The biggest thing journalism does is to give us a love for truth and a sympathetic attitude toward our fellow citizens," declared the assistant superintendent of schools Forbes H. Norris when he the annual press ban- quet held at Seventh Street Christian Church on Wednesday, May 23. "It is impossible to get away from the printed page," he continued. Then he turned to journalism in the school. "The most worth Trhile things that we have come from the so-called outside interests. You will remember far longer these things which no regular class can give you. "School life is not so much information, but the good to be gained from contact with some personality." Coit Speaks on Annual Preceding the address by Mr. Norris, representatives of the three publications spoke. Laura Coit, editor of The Marshallite, tried to tell "something about the annual...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi'-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Mem her) Entered as second-claw 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, In. Associate Sports Editor Nita Ligon Feature Editors Anne Thompson, Ann Luttrell Club Editor Nancy Soyars Cadet Ifditor Richard Lancaster Photograph Editor Watson Warriner Alumni Editor ...Myitis Elliott Exchange Editor Edith Walker Advertising Manager Catherine Harding Circulation Managers James and Phillip King Reporters —Hilda Kirby, Anne Sweeney, Evelyn Wells, Elizabeth Strange, Samuel Cohen, Myitis Elliott, John Winfield, Virginia Burton, Bernard Rudlin, Sally Haden, Virginia Ogburn, Marie Reuss, Cynthia Mears, Martha Byers, Elizabeth Willeroy, Doris Cavenaugh. Typists —Frances Gray, Chairman; Mrs. Mabel Irby...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1934

Hopkins Stars In Washington Meet High School Wins Second In W C" Meet -Hopkins Sets Dash Records . In 100-Yard and 22-Yard Events in "C" Club Meet * John Marshall High School's abbreV viated track team stepped high, wide, and handsome in the "C" club meet at t Washington last Saturday to score 21 points and win second place. Captain Bill Hopkins made history for John Marshall by setting two new I records in the same meet and winning •vboth of his events. In the 100-yard dash Hopkins set a new school record ■pf 10 seconds flat. The old record of **s.l seconds was held jointly by Hopand Eddie Turner. Not satisfied ,with that performance, Bill raced the 220-yard dash in 22.2 seconds, breaking both the "C" club record and the i %hool record of 23 seconds held by ' Eddie Turner. *■ Fred Hardy ran one of his best races of the year to take the mile run in the , excellent time of 4 minutes 424 sec- ; onds. Arthur came through in the 120- , yard high hurdles event with a third \ place for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 May 1934

Page Four Five Groups See Species, Environment Teachex Conduct Biological Survey Using Bryan Park As Field for Experiment To study a group of species in their environment was the purpose of a most successful biological survey recently conducted by the biology department of John Marshall High School. Both teachers and pupils en l deavored in a limited way to become familiar with the relationship of these species to each other and to the physical phenomena in the environment. Bryan Park was chosen for the study because of its rather densely wooded areas, fresh water ponds including deep and shallow water, swampy areas, gentle slopes, and hill sides. Interest —Not Grades Dividing their pupils, who had volunteered to do the work because of interest in the subject and not for grades, into five groups, Miss M. Ethel Hill, Miss Eloise Davis, and Miss Helen Cabell Phillips of John Marshall, Miss Harriet Snow, and Mr. C. O. Handley spent two full Saturdays in the field and many additional ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1934

Beat Benedictine Vol. VIII. High Awards Go To Three Publications \nnual, Magazine, Newspaper First in Contest Sponsored By School Literary League First place in class A and in the state went to The Marshallite, The Record, and The Monocle in the 19331934 publications contest sponsored by the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League held at the University of Virginia. "A fine piece of workmanship" was the way Mr. Malcolm MacLeod, judge of the annuals, described the annual. "With its beveled board, flat back, and absence of conventional ornament, the external appearance could not be improved," he said. The title page and other preliminary pages also received praise. The Marshallite also won first place in the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League publications conest in 1931 and 1932. "One of the most praiseworthy characteristics of The Record is the inclusion of small refinements showing the constructive efforts of the staff," Mr. MacLeod declared. He suggested th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weckly 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 •• • Elsie Pitts " Managing Editor Charles August Business Manager Fleming Gill Feature Editors Eileen Malcolm, Dorothy Otto, Katherine Richardson, Elizabeth Marks Club Editor Ann Donati Cadet Editor Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager ........ j e •£ Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Pans, Melvin Gasluns Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Helen Dietrick, Bleecker Simmons, Minnie Southworth, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin. Typists Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellett's class. Woodfin Bates, Alfred Dillard, Harold Dolse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1934

Marsh allites To Play Benedictine Tomorrow Cadets Will Battle J. M. At Stadium Justices Go Into Game Seeking Revenge for Defeat in First Game; Makes Changes Seeking revenge for both its last year's defeat by the Cadets and this year's defeat by Roanoke, the Justices will take on the Benedictine Cadets at the Stadium tomorrow. Coach Louis Onesty of Benedictine is depending this year upon a light, fast team, rated among the best in the city. Last year the Cadets, led by Captain Freddie Wallmeyer, conquered the Marshallite team, 7 to o. Wallmeyer was lost from the team by graduation, but there are some boys on the squad who have developed into rugged football material since last year. Danaker, center and 1934. captain, and Berry, guard, who were selected on the allcity team last year, have returned to the squad. Although Benedictine dropped its first game to St. Christopher's 20-9, tomorrow's game is no set-up. If the Justices do not begin to show their old pep and dash, a Benedictine ...

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