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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 October 1934

Page Four Twenty-Four Scholarships Given Pupils Elmore Jeter and Anna Reuss Tie for First Awards; Ann Thompson Wins Third Place This school awarded twenty-four scholarships to college last year. The first awards went to Irving Elmore Jeter and Marie Anna Reuss, who received College of William and Mary scholarships. The third award was The William Franklin Harwood scholarship in the University of Richmond. Ann Clairborne Thompson received this award. Katherine Beatrice Chasen received the fourth award, the Modern Language scholarship in the University of Richmond. The University of Richmond scholarship, the fifth award, went to Roger Bethel Page. The remaining scholarships came in the following order. Margaret Lee Lockwood received the Modern Language scholarship in the University of Richmond. The Henry L. Wallerstein scholarship in the University of Richmond went to Martha Lou Ellis. Katherine Rose Turner received the M. L. Straus Memorial scholarship in the University of Richmond. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1934

"Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their team," says Mr. Harwood. Vol. VIII. New Appointments Take Effect Today States Commander Captain James Anthony Names Skutt, Ellis, Norvell, Roye, Hastings, Perdue, Captains "HEADQUARTERS, Corps of Cadets, John Marshall High School, October 19, 1934. I. All previous appointments in the corps of cadets are hereby revoked. 2. The following appointments take effect from date. They will be obeyed and respected accordingly." Thus Captain James C. Anthony announced this week the new cadet appointments for the first semester: To be Cadet Staff Captain, Charles Skutt; Captain Adjutant, Eugene Smith; Captain Quartermaster, William Grigg; First Lieutenant and Adjutant, Harvey Kelley; Second Lieu- * tenant, Wingfield Scott; Sergeant - 1 Major,, William Powers; Sergeant Quartermaster, Stuart Harrison; First Sergeant, Lewis Cowardin; Color JSergeants, Robert Omahundro and Samuel Epes; Corporal, Henry Jackson. Band: To be Cadet First Lie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) * Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA X&tssoQlS^ 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 Linwood Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager ....Percy Pollard Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Wood row Paris, Melvin Gas Wins 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 Dols...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1934

Justices Seek Victory Over Portsmouth Team Meets Portsmouth Here Today "Honey" Mahoney and Capt. Mac Buhrman Are Expected To Be Back in Game Friday Attempting to duplicate last year's feat, John Marshall's football team will clash with Woodrow Wilson's Presidents of Portsmouth, this afternoon at the Stadium. Last year in Portsmouth the Justices, with "Chick" Miller, Buhrman, and Usher performing superbly, ran up three touchdowns in a row to defeat the Presidents, 19 to 18. Today, however, Woodrow Wilson, coached by Lester Kibler, will be seeking revenge for that score. Formidable Opponents The Marshallite team will run up against a formidable aggregation, one that holds a decisive 20 to o defeat over Hopewell and a 6 to o decision over the strong Petersburg eleven. The line, with Captain Lonnie Smith, tackle, and Glen Lawson, guard, has shown up pleasingly in the first games, especially against Petersburg when it frequently broke through to smack the Crimson Wave's plays. It is sure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1934

Page Four Reporters Visit Monocle Office Pupils Count Papers, Amuse Themselves; Office Is Not Sunny "Attention, class," said the teacher in 104 to her English 7 pupils last Friday. "We're going somewhere!" At once twenty-four pairs of eyes were turned on her, and twenty-four Monocle reporters pricked up their ears in anticipation. The teacher then explained that the class was to take a trip to a small, secluded room on the school's third floor, and that obsolute silence en route was imperative. Fresh from the Press When every pupil was safely inside the room, they found themselves confronted with stacks of Monocles, "fresh from the press." The teacher lined the pupils along the sides of the small, windowless room, and assigned to each a stack of Monocles to count. When this work was almost over, most of the pupils began to amuse themselves, but some of the more ambitious ones continued to count Monocles. Pauline Jumps Rope Pauline Thornton found a rope that had bound a group of pape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 November 1934

Superintendent Binford, in radio talk, advocates school all year. Vol. VIII. Cadets Will Share Honor Of Occasion Bridge Dedication Ceremonies To Be Held Tomorrow on New James River Bridge John Marshall cadets will participate in the huge celebration tomorrow, marking the dedication of the six new memorial bridges the Robert E. Lee bridge, First Street Viaduct, Fifth Street Viaduct, Second Street approach bridge, Cowardin Avenue approach, and the Marshall Street Viaduct. Mayor Bright to Speak Dedication ceremonies are to be held on the Robert E. Lee bridge across the James River at twelve-thirty. Mayor J. Fulmer Bright will deliver the principal address, and General William Evans, commander of Confederate veterans, is to christen and accept the bridges. Following the cutting of the ribbons by representatives of South Richmond and Richmond proper, the parade composed of more than two thousand persons will march promptly at i :30 before the reviewing stand, and proceed to the Stadium, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 November 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE * (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA e s (Newspaper (^— )) 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 Linwo.od Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager : Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Helen Dietrick, Bleecker Simmons, Minnie Southworth, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin. Typists Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellen's class. Woodfin Bates, Alfred Diilard, Harold Dolsey, Herb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 November 1934

Justices Play Newport News Saturday Team Seeks First State Loop Game High School Supporters Are Looking Forward to Victory Over Newport News School John Marshall will seek its first state conference victory of the year tomorrow when it invades Newport News to take on the Typhoon warriors of Newport News High School. Last year the Typhoon eked out a close 6 to o decision over a fighting John Marshall eleven. Tomorrow, however, the Ewing clan will attempt to avenge that defeat. The Justices will meet a determined and well-coached football team under the able guidance of mentor, Mike Byrne. In their first game the handed a 39 to o licking to South Nor- < folk. They then defeated Hopewell, 6 to o, and downed a strong Western High eleven of Washington, 6 to o. Strong Forward Wall The forward wall of Newport News will probably cause much trouble to the Justice backs. Bobby Spangler at center is a heady player and captains the team. In the game with Western he intercepted three ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 November 1934

Page Four Books Offer Hobby Horse To Students Miss Goodwyn Bids, "Ride the Book Trail to Adventure"; Urges Hobbies for All BY PAULINE THORNTON The Sixteenth National Book Week, which will be held all over the country, November 11-17, will be observed here in school also, according to Miss Mary Elizabeth Goodwyn, the head librarian. Book Week is mainly the result of the activities of the National Association of Book Publishers. It is concerned with and works through the publishers, librarians, and teachers of the cities. \ Hobbies for Every One The theme of this year's book week is to be hobbies for every individual, to be aided and extended by the help of books and libraries. "The increased leisure periods, which many people are now enjoying, makes it particularly timely to bring up the subject of hobbies. A hobby makes it possible to spend pleasure periods profitably, to combine private interests with self-improvement, and to develop one's mind by research. Pupils who have never tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1934

Dance, Seniors Vol. VIII. Marshallite Wins Silver CupatW.L.U. Takes First Place in Class A At Press Meet; Newspaper Gets Honorable Mention "This seems to me about one of the finest yearbooks ever to come to my attention, if possible, surpassing previous books from John Marshall which has for a number of years produced some mighty fine annuals. Photographer, artist, engraver, and staff have all cooperated in producing an excellent book, about which I can find nothing but commendation," declared Mr. C. Harold Lauck at the S. I. P. A. Convention held at Washington and Lee University, November 1-3. Mr. Lauck was speaking of The Marshallite, which won first place in Class A yearbooks. In the newspaper division, The Monocle received honorable mention in Class A. The convention, which Elsie Pitts, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, Charles August, and Miss Charles Anthony attended, was the largest ever held in Lexington. Reception Thursday "The convention began Thursday evening with a reception ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA < INTERNATIONAL) 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 Linwood Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barber Advertising Manager Percy Pollard Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins 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 Dolsey,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1934

Justices and Danville Battle Tomorrow Justice Men Go to Down Danville Foe Able Players in Opponents' Line; Justice Squad Stands Good Chance, Says Buhrman John Marshall's football squad will journey to Danville tomorrow in an attempt to silence the chirps of George Washington High School's Cardinals. The Justices will be represented by their full strength tomorrow, something which has not been possible in several games this year. Reports from the school are to the effect that this year's Cardinals have -a fine chance for a conference title in football. The line-up includes able football players who are fighting every minute. Fullback Francisco and halfback Powell are two fine-running backs, and Julian Hardy at end is a threat at every moment. Coach "Boley" Farley's gridders have been playing in hard luck most of this season. They haven't been getting the breaks due them, and several regulars have been laid up with injuries. However, with the return of the missing first-stringers, Coa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 November 1934

Page Four Visitors See Exhibit Held By Students Biology Department Compiles Book About Bryan Park; Celebrities Highly Pleased BY DONALD MURRILL Crowding into the lobby of the John Marshall building last Thursday were many students looking at the interesting exhibits set up there for the celebrities that visited the school that day in observance of Education Week. This exhibit consisted of products from many different departments in the school. Paintings, Designs Contributed The art department contributed many paintings, designs, and small face models. There were two very striking paintings in the exhibit, a picture of the Statue of Liberty with the American flag furled behind it, and a picture of George Washington. The biology and geography departments contributed many bug, butterfly, and rock collections to the exhibit. A book, A Preliminary Survey of an Area in Bryan Park, compiled by the biology department was one of the chief exhibits of this department according to Mr. James C....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1934

Will you be ready tomorrow with old clothing for the Red Cross? Vol. VIII. Initiation Services For New Members Held This Morning Nine Pupils Become Members Of Society at Ceremonies Taking Place in Auditorium Initiation ceremonies for nine new members of Quill and Scroll took place this morning in the George Wythe assembly. New Members The five old members of the society, Bernard Rudlin, Ann Luttrell, Frances Gray, Julia Doss, and Rebecca Goldberg assisted in receiving the new members —Charles August, Elizabeth Marks, Eileen Malcolm, Charles Rosson, Lucy Latham, Beth Motley, Fleming Gill, Leah Leibowitz, and Elsie Pitts. Candle Ceremony In the candle lighting ceremony, each old member lighted a candle, symbolic of the aims and aspirations of the society. The new members then lighted their tapers from these candles, standing for Truth, Initiative, Opportunity, Leadership, Loyalty, Cultural Attainment, and Friendship. Get Pins Following this Miss Charles Anthony, the sponsor, pinned on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1934

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 19295 Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTEONATIONAJ §H3 Mi jggp^ 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 Lin wood Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager Percy Pollard Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Helen Dietrick, Bleecker Simmons, Minnie Southworth, Phvlis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, Kenneth Bass. Tfpists Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellett's class. Woodfin Bates, Alfred Dillard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1934

John Marshall Places Three On City Team Back, Guard And Tackle Make Eleven Buhrman Is Only Fullback; Norvell, McLaughlin Take Places on All-City Team John Marshall, runner-up for the city championship, placed three players on the first all city team of 1934 and also three on the second team. Lee McLaughlin at tackle, Forest Norvell at guard and Mac Buhrman, fullback, were the Justice stars who were picked for the first team by the following prep school coaches: Hugh Ewing of John Marshall, Homes Baker of Thomas Jefferson, Don Onesty of Benedictine, Hugh Brenaman of St. Christopher's and Billy Bell of McGuire's. Mac Buhrman, one of the city's best prospects for college football, was chosen unanimously for the fullback post, as were William Harris of the Saints and Wilfred Lawless of the Jeffs. Donald Wright, Herbert Phillips and Arthur Mahoney were nominated on the second team at end, tackle, and halfback, respectively. Justices who received honorable mention are Hugh Barbour and Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 December 1934

Page Four Poet Pleases All Who See And Hear Her Edna St. Vincent Millay Gives Interpretation of Her Poems Before Interested Groups Sitting on a sofa with her toga carelessly covering one shoulder, Edna St. Vincent Millay, lifted her sapphire eyes, shining with excitement, and extending a petite arm and dainty hand to every person speaking to her. From her visage there emanated a gleam of sincerety and genuine appreciation of all commments on her poetry. Gone was the tone used earlier when reading her "Apostrophe to Man", that voice with a rueful note, for the lines of her face, the glance in her eyes, and the sway of her form had then expressed contemptuous pathos. The reception did not appear to be just a ritual; she was interested each new acquaintance. Murmurs Bewitchingly In the seclusion of a gathering of artists after her reading Miss Millay could not restrain herself from further recitation, and poured forth the poems which have made her famous. Stubbornly straight locks fell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1934

Do you know who is going to be in the figure? The list is in this issue on page one. Vol. VIII. Player Held Behind Door In Set Room Billy Grigg Becomes Prisoner During Practice of Annual Christmas Play by Seniors ''Don't be afraid of the door, Dot!" exclaimed Mr. Raphael Gimenez, the director of the Christmas play, to Dot Day at practice last week. The scene was that where Dolly Wakelee was leaving the room with her friend and hostess, Gladys Terrill, just as she heard the voice of her exfiance, Ted Owen. Dolly paused, startled, "Whose voice is that?" Gladys tried to hurry Dolly from the room and told her that it was just a man who had come to see her husband, Joe Terrill, about some game. Dolly thought it sounds like . "What Time Is It?" The catch line of the entire play is "What time is it, Joe?" asked by his wife, Gladys, about every two minutes at the beginning of the play. Came time for Ted to appear on the stage. Gladys had given the cue. Still no Ted. Gladys, thinking that pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1934

Page 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 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 Linwood Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager Percy Pollard Circulation Managers Wiiliam Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Helen Dietrick, Bleecker Simmons, Minnie South-worth, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, Kenneth Bass, Billy McCarthy, Ernest Mead. Typists Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellett's class. Woodfin Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1934

Quintet Plays First Game With Richmond Boys' Grades Will Decide Teams Fate Future of Basketball Quintet Depends on Squad's Ability In Classes; Game on Jan. 5 k ' The future of the 1934-35 basketball quintet at John Marshal lHigh School will depend largely upon the class work of its candidates. Coach George (Gummy) Proctor, basketball mentor, stated that the teachers were only too glad to help the boys, if they would 4 try to help themselves. Young Team The Justices will display a team comparatively young. But what they lack in age, they will seek to make up in teamwork and speed. With three lettermen back —Sam Levin, Rudy Boschen, and James •Mundy—the prospects for this season seem favorable. William Martin, Elmo Berry, Wallace Booker, Seabury Stoneburner, and Zomie Katz are pushing Sam Levin and James Mundy for the forward berths. Russell (Legs) Boiling, sixfoot four center, who was ineligible last year, and George Ganzert, another six-footer, are scrapping for the pivot position w...

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