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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 December 1934

Page Four Ben Newlon Rescues Boy From Water Edwin Wa'thall Falls from ~ Canoe; Wells Wakes Camp; Newlon Modest about Feat Ben Ladd Newlon's brave deed of saving his fellow-scout, Edwin Walthall, from drowning in an icy lake in Hanover County, Sunday two weeks ago, made him a hero of whom John Marshall is justly proud. Ben, who ; ;e home room is 308 Wythe, was at first a little backward about talking about himself, but after some persuasion, he related something of his part in the rescue. Wells Rouses Newlon "It was about half past six in the morning, and I was still asleep, when Leroy Wells came running to the cabin, shouting that Walthall had fallen out of a canoe into the lake. Scoutmaster Gentry and I ran out on the porch and stood there for a couple of seconds, hardly knowing what was happening. Then," he added, "Gentry slapped me on the back and told me to go on out there." Ben, who is a star scout, dived off the end of the dock and swam to help his friend who was going down fo...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1935

Who's Who with you? Remember, only Monocle ballots may be used in voting. Vol. VIII. 162 Will Go After Tests In February Griffin, Marks, and Proctor Finish Latin; Some Members Of Staffs Graduate, Remain With their last high school tests drawing near, 162 seniors are applying for graduation in February. Of this number, three students, Jane Griffiths, Sarah Henderson Proctor, and Elizabeth Marks will graduate in the Latin course. Applicants The applicants are Anna Elizabeth Acree, Elizabeth Ann Adams, Herbert Lee Agee, John Carveth Alvis, Jr., Stella Elizabeth Anderson, Marguerite Johanna Augst, Ralph C. Baber, Doris Norwood Bailey, Clinton Bernard Baker, Edward P. Baker, Jr., Edwin B. Banks, Josephine Virginia Barbee, William Addison Binford, Jr., Lollie Bell Bishop, Leroy B. Bliley, Wallace Sims Booker, Doris Greewood Brandis, Ethel Virginia Brittingham, Henry Douglas Britton, Christine Brown, Beryl Buckley, Mac Bradley Buhrman. Also Graduating Also graduating are Elizabeth Collier ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA f/?'r (Newspaper( )Member) vg||p^j 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, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, Kenneth Bass, Billv McCarthy, Ernest Mead, Harold Dolsey, Corinne Fisher, Leah Leibowitz, Donald Murrill, Elizabeth Davis. Typists Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1935

Cage Squad Plays Commodores Saturday Commodore And Justice Cagers Play John Marshall Quint To Take On Maury in Gray's Armory Saturday; 3rd League Game Reminiscent of two set-backs handed them last year, the Justice cage squad will exchange shots with the Commodore quintet of Maury r High School tomorrow night at 8:15 P. M. in George Wythe Gym. Last season the Justices fell twice before Maury's attack by scores of 23 to 17 and 31 to 26. Strong Team For Maury Coach Richard R. Fletcher will bring to Richmond a strong and well-season-ed basketball team, one which may accomplish many things in 1935. When six lettermen returned to the 1935 squad, the Commodores's basketball outlook was considerably brightened. Coach Fletcher can start veterans at all five positions. The Maury lettermen five positions. The Maury lettermen are Vance Fowler, Robert Wahab, Joel Friedburg, Louis ReDavid, Gus Twiddy, and Woody Gray, who is captain -of the football team. With several monogram winners in football...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 January 1935

Page Four Keyser Wins First Place For Month 98.4 Highest In Honor Roll Grades; Dillard Runner Up; Price Leads Wythe Building Marie Keyser, with 98.4 per cent, led the sixty-three honor roll pupils in John Marshall for the month of December. For the third time this term Blanche Dillard, with 98.2 per cent, was runner up, while Pauline Thornton and Kenneth Bass tied for third place with 98 per cent. Brandis Carries On Other John Marshall honor roll students are 3LI, Stevenson Ganzert; 3L2, Clare Francis; 3L5, Zell Smith; 3L7 Mildred Kane and Marquese Clyde; 3L9 Gaynelle Lowry and Lucille Adams; 3LIO, Edward Herring and Virginia Hockaday; 3L12, John Jordan and Stuart Clary; 3Li5, Raymond Johnson and Ralph King; 3HI Royall Brandis and Freida Karsh; 3H2, Frank Nichols, Constance Cohen, Kathryn Lyle, Lucy Sisson, Ester Teabo, Harriett Yeamans, and Mary Yeamans; 3H3, Stanford Tutwiler and Virginia Lee Pettis. Another August 3H4, William August; 3H7, George Rochkind; 3HII, Virginia Boxley, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1935

Watch for the Who's Who Parade. There's Peppy, Lucy, Lucile. Here come Tommy, Jimmy, Ernest. Vol. VIII. Dent, Hay Lead Who's Who Parade Peppy Crabbin, Joe McGehee Voted Most Popular Pupils; Will Be Different Next Year Strike up the band! Here come the holders of the Who's Who titles for 1935! Do you see this first couple ? They're the best-looking seniors, Lucille Dent and Tommy Hay. Lucille, a blue-eyed blonde is the secretary of the senior class, and brown-eyed, handsome Tommy plays football. "Peppy," Joe, Win Well! Here are "Peppy" Crabbin and Joe McGehee, the most popular girl and boy. Joe is a fine cheer leader. When you see a group of boys elbowing each other aside and each ""-trying to get at the center, "Peppy" is the attraction. Mundy—Righter This next boy and girl bear the title of "Most Athletic." They are Bettie Righter and James Mundy. Jimmie plays football, basketball, and baseball. Bettie is on the girls' basketball team, tennis team, and track team. There's that attr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTERNATIONAL? IBS , „ [Af (Newspaper { n )Member] Entered as second-class matter September I£, 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 Copy Editor Kenneth Bass Art Editor.. Billy McCarthy Feature Editors Eileen Malcolm, Dorothy Otto, Katherine Richardson, Elizabeth Marks, Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Donald Murrill, Ernest Mead. Club Editor Ann Donati Cadet Editor Linwaod 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, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1935

Dave Miller Returns To Coach Justices Dave Miller New Leader For Justices Former Coach Takes Position As Athletic Director; Wants Winning Marshallite Teams (Continued from page one) asked to continue as track coach, it is hoped. Wants Winning Team Coach Miller's first step in the new deal will be a winning football team at John Marshall. Then he will organize a five-school league for the junior highs in basketball, volleyball, baseball, and possibly tennis. A football league for the juniors will depend upon the decision of each school's authority. Miller pointed out that if the juniors weren't allowed to play in this league that most of them would roam out to the sandlots. where ■the records show most of the fatalities occur. To Teach Also Beside? the above duties, Miller will teach th-ee physical education classes, thus making him eligible for any coaching position he wishes to assume under the Virginia Literary and Athletic League's rules. Miller has achieved a great athletic reco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 February 1935

Four Bows Adorn Girls' Heads At Meeting Girl Reserves' "Get-Together" Proves Interesting to Old, New Members at Y.W.G.A. Bright red bows adorned the hair of the fair damsels who belong to the Girl Reserves when the new and old members had a big "get-together", at the Y. W. C. A., last week. Representatives made "pep" talks in Wythe, and as a result the auditorium at the "Y" was jammed. Hearts of Fortune Jane Griffiths pinned hearts of fortune on each girl as she entered, and if there be any truth in them one can soon expect "engagements, weddings, honeymoons, and brides." Making sentences of fine candy hearts, on which were a few printed words, proved to be lots of fun. Jean Leonard won the prize for the best sentence, and Patsy Garette came in second. Plan Activities Julia Doss discussed what it means to be a Girl Reserve. As the girls munched heart shaped cookies and drank punch, a general discussion about the future programs took place. Dancing, swimming, knitting, crafts, and dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1935

Who knows Bob Crosby, Bing's brother? Several cadet officers met him al the V. M. dances. Vol. VIII. Junior Class Opens Who's Who' Contest 20 Home Rooms Nominate Candidates; Strange, Berry, McCann, Bricker, Scott Vie Preliminaries being over, juniors for the past week have been participating with zest in the real election of winners of the "Who's Who" contest. Last week returns came in from twenty home rooms to nominate candidates for whom pupils have voted as they joined the class, in front of John Marshall cafeteria. Best Looking Helen Strange and Anne Applebee vie with each other in feminine pulchr ritude, while either Vergil May or Elmo Berry is the handsomest man. Truda or Bricker The title of Miss Popularity will go to either Elsie Mattingly or Anne Scott. Ernest Truda and Billy Bricker are contesting for the distinction of most popular. Best-all-around Juniors have had difficulty in choosing Billie McCann or William Dickinson for "best-all-round." The race has been equally cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTEBNATIONA& \ (Newspaper JMember) ma 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 Copy Editor Kenneth Bass Art Editor Billy McCarthy Feature Editors Eileen Malcolm, Dorothy Otto, Katherine Richardson, Elizabeth Marks. Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Donald Murrill, Ernest Mead. 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, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaslcins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Phylis Vick, Beth Motley, Lucy Latham, Bernard Rudlin, Ke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1935

Marshallites Travel to Roanoke, Lexington Roanoke Tilt Will Decide State Title Team Meets Jefferson Five Wed.; Lexington Games On 7, 8, and 9 Next on List On the last and most important trip of the year, John Marshall's eastern district champions depart for Roanoke Tuesday where they will clash with Jefferson Senior High, western leaders, for the Virginia Literary and Athletic League crown. Leaving the Magic City the team travels to Lexington to take part in the annual Washington and Lee high school tournament which will be held March 7, 8, and 9. The Justices earned the right to meet Jefferson by defeating Woodrow Wilson and Maury, chief rivals in the east. The Magicians will defend their state title won from Newport News High last year in the play-off. The '34 champions, with a five foot seven inch center who was just about the whole team, were a feared combination. This year, with only two regulars back, the Magicians weren't considered championship calibre. However, they have sw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1935

Page Four G. E. Gives Magic House In Assembly Mr. Mighell Instructs Pupils In Principle of Electrons Formerly at World's Fair They saw sound and they heard light! Thus Mr. R. H. Mighell mystified and astounded students with his "House of Magic" from the General Electric Laboratories in Schenectady, New York, last Wednesday afternoon. Last summer the "Hsuse of Magic" was presented at the Chicago World's Fair. The display was brought to Richmond by friends of the Virginia Mechanics Institute. Physical Elements The show itself was made up of physical elements in the field of electronics. According to Mr. Mighell, storms were divided by scientific study and experimentation into electrons. Through this study invisible was made visible, artificial fever was produced and sound was seen. By means of the strohoscope a disc, turning at a very high speed in one direction, appeared to be two discs turning in opposite directions. Controls Train The experimentor controlled a miniature train by ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1935

Have you subscribed to the annual? If you can not pay the initial $3.50, you may pay in installments. Vol. VIII. Inspects Marshall Cadets During Visit Deeply Impressed Major-General Callan Here To View Corps at Request Of Colonel Harry L. Cootes John Marshall was honored, on last Thursday week, by a visit from MajorGeneral Robert E. Callan, recently appointed commander of the Third Corps Area, United States Army, embracing all military activities in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia, with Headquarters at Baltimore, Maryland. The visit was arranged at the request of Colonel Harry N. Cootes, Cavalry, an alumnus of the Virginia Military Institute and now R. O. T. C. officer on the staff of General Callan. Colonel Cootes conducted his inspection of John Marshall's corps last November and was anxious for the corps area commander to review some of the activities he had seen himself. Phases Exhibited The corps of cadets assembled in full dress at the armory for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTERNATIONAL? _ lEIS , > (//£i (Newspaper I pa' j MemberJ ijgipMy) 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 Copy Editor Kenneth Bass Art Editor Billy McCarthy Feature Editors Eileen Malcolm, Dorothy Otto, Katherine Richardson, Elizabeth Marks, Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Donald Murrill, Ernest Mead. 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 Assistant Advertising Manager Henry Jackson Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Pari*, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Eli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1935

Justices Face Benedictine For City Title High School In Play-off With Cadets City Prep Championship Game To Bring Together All-City Stars; Blues' Armory, Place Both John Marshall and Benedictine -vVrite finis to their 1935 basketball campaigns tomorrow night in Blues' Armory in a contest which is expected to attract the largest prep following of the year. The Justices are most anxious to end the season with the city championship added to their laurels, but Benedictine's Cadets have a lot to say about the matter. Each of them knows how important a victory over the South Atlantic champions would be. Coach Lou Onesty with a wonderful supply of material built up this year one of the strongest teams in history to carry the Benedictine monogram. The team boasts two all-city performers in Bernard Goldstein and Charles Duffey. Frank Kelly and Dick O'Hare are aggressive and accurate in shooting, and Hank Pruett is one of the smoothest players in the city. The Armory's large floor should prov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1935

Page Four 1934 Pupils Stand Well At College Recommended Students Make 96.3, as Non-Recommended Average 80.5 on Subjects John Marshall graduates at the end of the first term of the freshman year at college made a total percentage of ninety-one on subjects passed. The recommended students had a percentage of 96.3, while the non-rec-ommended students had one of 80.5. Four 100% Subjects The percentages of classes passed by recommended freshmen, by subjects, at all colleges are as follows: English, 99; Mathematics, 92; Latin, 100; French, 100; German, 100; History, 100; Spanish, 89; chemistry, 91; physics, 90; biology, 94! other subjects, 98. The percentages of recommended students at each college are interesting. Agnes Scott, two students took twelve classes, passed twelve — 100% » Davidson, one student, took six classes, passed six—loo% j Emory and Henry, one student took and passed four classes — 100% ; Farmville, three students took and passed twenty-three classes 100% ; Florida Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 March 1935

Do you recognize the teacher in the silhouette on this page ? She teaches modern language in John Marshall. Vol. VIII. Pay Tribute To Mr. Hill's Great Work Bryan, Binford Speak as City Teachers Give Fund, Plaque To Richmond Public Library "The only real wealth is the wealth of the spirit," declared Mr. John Stewart Bryan while speaking at the Albert Hudgins Hill dedication service at the Richmond Public Library, last Thursday. "It is the people of Richmond who have made, defended, and vitalised Richmond. Albert Hill was one of them!" Mr. Bryan exclaimed. The William and Mary president told of the Japanese custom of hanging over each house in which a boy is born a paper fish so that the head of the • fish constantly faces the wind, thus suggesting that the boy must be strong and able to swim upstream. Swimming Upstream "The people who swim upstream are the people who have made Richmond; Mr. Hill always swam upstream," remarked the college head. "He brought the opportunity of the Rich...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 March 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA F INTERNATIONAL) fjpf (Newspaper b jMemberj (Jggpyyi 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 Copy Editor Kenneth Bass Art Editor Billy McCarthy Feature Editors Eileen Malcolm, Dorothy Otto, Katherine Richardson, Elizabeth Marks, Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Donald Murrill, Ernest Meaa. 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 Assistant Advertising Manager Henry Jackson Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris, Melvin Gaskins Reporters Marguerite Augst, Elizabeth Burch, Phylis Vick, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 March 1935

John Marshall's Baseball Hopes Bright Team Needs New Hurler; Miss Stone Bricker, Driver, Mundy, Atkinson, Prout Are Lettermen Who Return; Please Coach Although eight lettermen will be .missing, the John Marshall baseball nine's prospects for the coming season seem brighter than those of last year. Over a hundred candidates appeared at the first meeting and Coach George S. "Gummy" Proctor was more than glad to see such great interest. After a few practices Proctor found that he had quantity instead of quality. Five monogram wearers > dominated the first conversation. They were Bobby Prout and Robert "Cocky" Driver, pitchers; James Mundy, second; Charley Bricker, center field; and Lennie Atkinson, third. Win South Atlantic * With holes at first, second, center, right, and in the twirling, Coach Proctor has experimented with many applicants to plug the gaps. Wallace Tennant and Walter Chockley are scrapping for the position behind the plate with the former getting the nod. R...

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