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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 March 1935

Page Four Mead Heads Honor Roll With 98.3% Harrison Leads George Wythe With 98; August with 97.3 Is Second in John Marshall Earnest Mead, with an average of 98.3, and Evelyn Harrison, 98.0, led the honor roll pupils of the John Marshall building and the George Wythe building, respectively, for the month ending March 13. The next highest average in John Marshall was 97.3 made by Charles August, and that of W y tih e was 96.7 by Naomi Pence. Eighty-two students were on the honor roll, fiftyteight from John Mar- SK? : : vw :> : ■ jagr • ili& : Earnest Mead shall, and twenty-four from Wythe. From +H 1 , 202, there were Tinsley Kennedy, Earnest Mead, Elizabeth Davis, Corinne Fisher, Mary Evelyn Hazard, and Elizabeth Nuckols. Twelve in 104 Donald Murrill, Everett Noble, Mildred Coit, Dorothy Parrish, and Mary Myers Taylor were from 4H 2 , 203. In +HS, 206, Ellington Jeffries, Oscar Eddleton, Henry Jackson, and Bertha Anthony made ninety and more than ninety. The lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 April 1935

"Wanna buy a duck?" cried Joe Penner as he visited here recently. Read a Marshallite's review of the show on page four. Vol. VIII. To Compete For French Scholarships John Marshall Students May Win Modern Language Tilt Held at Local University Three John Marshall students will compete against forty-two others for three scholarships, tomorrow, at the University of Richmond. Latham, Cox Lucy Latham, Evelyn Cox, and Valdo Marchetti will try for one of the French scholarships, offered to William and Mary, University of Virginia, and Hollins College. Prizes will also be awarded to those making excellent grades, and honorable -certificates will be given for marks more than ninety. Miss Josephine Holt, general supervisor of the tournament, has coached Evelyn Cox and Valdo Marchetti. Lucy Latham, the other contestant, has had four years of Spanish and has completed three and a half years of French since last summer. Will Entertain "The purpose of the contest is to arouse more interest in for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 April 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weckly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA _ 1135 > v \/?f (Newspaper { 35* )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 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 Assistant Photograph Editor Lester Woody 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 Reporters Marguerite Augst, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 April 1935

Justice Track Team Journeys To Lynchburg High School Track Stars Meet Glass Hardy and Hopkins Will Lead Cinder Team in Dual Meet; Expect To Take Two Dozen High School's cinder stars, led by Captain Fred Hardy and ex-captain Billy Hopkins, will vie with E. C. Glass High School at Lynchburg tomorrow in a dual meet in which the Justices will try to avenge the defeat inflicted upon them by the Hilltoppers' football team. John Marshall defeated the Hilltoppers by large scores in 1932 and '33, but did not run against them last year. The meet with William and Mary frosh Monday was primarily to gain experience, and the mistakes and weaknesses brought to light in these contests have been checked by Coach Hugh Evving. Although the Justices will face stern competition, they are the favorites to take the meet. The Justice track mentor expects Hopkins, Luck, Hardy, Todd, Phillips, Minor, and others to garner a large number of points for the Marshallite cause. If enough cars are available, twenty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 April 1935

Pate Four Puts on Act With Liquid Air as Lead First Sloan Freezes Goldfish, Then Thaws; Ice Fries Egg; Audience Looks on Startled Mr. J. S. Sloan amazed his audience, in the auditorium last Friday afternoon, by his experiments with liquid air, which seemed to defy and upset all the known rules of physics and chemistry, without actually proving them false. Grape Marbles? For instance, after telling briefly how air is liquified, Mr. Sloan put some grapes into a beaker of the fuming "miracle-water" and when he took them out, they noisily rolled together like glass marbles and broke into splinters when dropped. The liquid air is kept in special high vacuum containers, and Mr. Sloan says he learned only recently that one of them costs SIOO. The liquid air evaporates constantly, with the cap of the container on loosely. "If the cap were'screwed on, I'd be the first one to get far away from it, because the air, as it evaporates, expands exerting a tremendous power, and the first thing you ...

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

Results of the modern language tournament are announced in this issue. Ruth Zimmerman won first place in Spanish test. Vol. VIII. Wythe Rooms Hold Contest To Choose Best In Who's Who Select Most Beautiful, Most Intellectual, Most Popular, Most Athletic, and Others Want to know Who's Who among your friends in Wythe? Well, here's your chance, because this is the report of the outstanding pupils of twenty-four home rooms. In 307W each person named was considered the best in several ways. Fox instance, William Jeffers was voted the best looking, most popular, most talkative, and most comical boy. Quite a record, isn't it? And Thelma Rousey was chosen the best looking, most popular, most athletic, and most comical girl in the room. Helen Antonick is the most talkative and most conceited girl, Baxter Causey is the most conceited and most intellectual boy, Ruth Daniel is the most intellectual girl, and Billy Duke is the most athletic boy. In 4.W a lot of confusion accompanied the voting, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weckly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IHTMUTIOKAU —> J/rf (Newspaper [ 1 Member] igjj 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 Aygust 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 Murrili, Ernest Mead. Club Editor Ann Donati Cadet Editor Linwood Brandis Photograph Editor Wallace Bethel Assistant Photograph Editor Lester Woody 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 Reporters Marguerite Au...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1935

Justice Team Seeks Tidewater Track Honors Track Team To Compete For Honors Seven Schools in Meet Today At Williamsburg That Will v Decide Tidewater Champion Seeking the goal of the Tidewater championship of Virginia, the track team will compete today at William and Mary College against teams representing the eastern section of the state. Seven schools including Maury, Hampton, Newport News, Wood row Wilson, South Norfolk, Highland Spring, and John Marshall will try for honors at the age-old institution. Last year John Marshall lost the meet to Newport News by the narrow margin of three points, but with a stronger teaim this year the Justices have high hopes of a different outcome. Pre-meet dope points to another struggle between John Marshall and Newport News. Last week the Typhoon won a decisive victory in a sectional meet over Maury, Wilson, South Norfolk, and Hampton. William and Mary Frosh, who defeated the Justices, too, t also subdued Newport News by twenty points. "Chances fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1935

Page Four Mead, Hazard Lead School Honor Roll Each Makes 98 Mark; Evelyn Byrd Harrison LeadsWythe With 97.4 on Five Subjects Ernest Mead and Mary Evelyn Hazard, both pupils in 4-H 1 , room 202, led the honor roll of John Marshall and George Wythe for the month of March, each with an average of 98%. Marie Keyser, 3H 1 , 301, was second with an average of 97-3/ 5%- Evelyn Byrd Harrison, 2H 8 , 109W, with an average of 97-2/5% led George Wythe. 100 on List There were 100 students in all who made a grade of 90 or above on all subjects, sixty-seven in John Marshall and thirty-three in George Wythe. Room 104, with twelve high grade students led the school in placing the greatest number on the honor roll. The complete list for both schools is as follows: 4H 1 , 202, Tinsley Kennedy, Ernest Mead, Corinne Fisher, Elizabeth Davis, and Mary Evelyn Hazard; 4H 2 , room 203, Donald Murrill, Everett Noble, Rebecca Branch, Mildred Coit, Dorothy Parrish, Mary Myers Taylor, and Pauline Thornton; 4H5,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1935

High School's most beautiful girl, Lucille Dent, and most popular boy, Joe McGehee, are interviewed. Vol. VIII. To Present Play Junior Stunt Night 'Either or Eyther' Is Theme Of Performance To Be Given by Juniors, Friday Do you say Either or Eyther? This is the theme of the delightful play to be presented by the juniors tonight, junior stunt night, at 8:20 o'clock in the auditorium. All of the action centers around a quarrel between a young husband and wife on their wedding anniversary over the pronunciation of the word either. Of course many complications arise as the argument develops. The parents of each of the young people arrive, and they, in turn, split over this same question. Even the butler and maid become involved. However, the difficulties are at last worked out to a happy conclusion. Cast The cast of Either or Eyther includes Billy Bricker, Mary McTyre, Lofton Alley, Elsie Mattingly, Ernest Truda, Marjorie Gordon, Anne Scott, Herbert Roy, and Ray Owen. This is a top notc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IHTWATIQKjO Jgf (Newspaper { j Mcmb^o ipO - 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 r eature 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 Assistant Photograph Editor Lester Woody Alumni Editor Virginia Williams Exchange Editors Jane Griffiths, Josephine Barbee Advertising Manager p ercy Pollard Assistant Advertising Manager Henry Jackson Circulation Managers William Martin, Clifford Smith Assistants Edwin Jones, Woodrow Paris Reporters...... ..Marguerite A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1935

Baseball Nine Closes Season With Hopewell Game Today Will Finish Nine's Year 4* dfar&hall Ball Team Seeking Revenge against Hopewell With Pete Prout on Mound Seeking revenge for the 6-3 drubbing handed them by Hopewell High School, there, two weeks ago, the John Marshall nine encounters the Wonder City representatives in their final appearance at the Stadium today at 3:45. Justices Overcome Obstacles Starting the season with only four veterans in Charles Bricker, Leonard Atkinson, Robert Prout, and James Mundy, the Marshallites prospects dwindled still lower when it lost both Russell Boiling, lanky first baseman, who was declared ineligible because he had fallen behind in his scholastic work, and Fleming Stone, ace hurler of the 1934 pitching staff, who met sudden death. But Coach Proctor gathered what material he had, gradually rounded them into shape, and went through a tough schedule beating Highland Springs, Thomas Jefferson twice, Petersburg, University of Richmond ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1935

Page Four Speaks Here To Students On Taxation Delegate R.H. Fleet Addresses American Problems Pupils; Favors General Sales Tax "Wars have been fought for it; kingdoms have fallen because of it; and rulers have been made because of it" was the poetic way in Avhich Representative R. H. Fleet of the Virginia House of Delegates began his talk on "Taxation" to the third period American Problems class in 203, last Monday. Necessity "As necessary as gas is to an automobile, as necessary as coal is to a steam engine, is taxation to a government," continued Mr. Fleet, who is now employed by the Johnson Publishing Company. The speaker remarked that the main trouble with government comes in the voters themselves. They are too indifferent; they don't care what's going on. A good example of this was the Virginia school teacher. Leaders of the government paid no attention to the teacher, for they thought he was safely asleep. Then the sleeping giant began to awaken. The State Teachers Association...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1935

John Marshall's three publications announced the new staffs at the press banquet. Story on page 1. Vol. VIII. Mr. Harwood Will Award All Honors Dr. Miller, Chairman School Board, To Present Diplomas At Commencement, June 13 "As you know, this is the first commencement at which caps and ■ gowns are to be used," remarked <f Mr. James C. Harwood, last Wednesday. "The boys will wear blue caps and gowns; the girls, white ones, the school colors, blue and white, you see," the principal continued. At these graduation exercises, the sixty-first annual commencement of John Marshall, Dr. Roshier W. Miller, chairman of the school board, will award the diplomas. Mr. Harwood will preside at the exercises to be held at the Mosque auditorium Thursday evening, June 13, and will present all awards of honor. The scholarships which will go to boys are those to University of Virginia, University of Richmond, William and Mary, Washington and Lee, Hampden - Sydney, Randolph - Macon, and Roanok...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weckly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA <IWTEPW*TIOKAO (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 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 Assistant Photograph Editor Lester Woody 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, Wood row Paris Reporters.. Marguerite Augs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1935

School's Athletic Average Ends With .667 Cagers Lead Four Teams In Fine Year Quint Has .800 Mark To Pull Total Average Up to Ball Nine also Does Well Winning thirty out of forty-five athletic contests, John Marshall's athletic record for the past 1934-35 season ended with a .667 average. This was a decided improvement over the 1933-34 average. Opening sport history last October, the Blue-White football team, coached by Head Coach Hugh Ewing, plodded through a disastrous campaign, taking one fray, losing a half dozen, and tieing three, thereby making .143 percentage. In December Assistant-Coach George S. "Gummy" Proctor's basketball quintet, which was the most successful athletic aggregation during the current season, started on its brilliant march, which netted twenty tilts against five losses to establish a high .800 average. This Marshallite team captured the eastern section of Virginia crown, but lost to Jefferson Senior High of Roanoke, western section champs, 28-24, in the play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1935

Page Four Wythe Pupil Heads April Honor Roll Eve Harrison with 98.6 Tops Both Schools; Brandis Best In John Marshall Building Evelyn Byrd Harrison of 109W led the honor roll for last month with an average of 98.6. Royall Brandis was the leader in John Marshall with an average of 98.5. 98% was the next highest place and assured Marie Keyser of third place. Elizabeth Davis had 97-75- Naomi Pence, with 97.4, came in next, trailed by Kenneth Bass and Corinne Fisher, each of whom had 97.2 for a rating. Room 104 again had the most students on the honor roll, thirteen having received this rating. 4H 2 was second, while room 107W with five on the list led Wythe. Those in 4H 1 who were on the honor roll are Tinsley Kennedy, Ernest Mead, Corinne Fisher, Elizabeth Davis, Mary Evelyn Hazard, Elizabeth Nuckols, and Elizabeth Ashbrooke. In 4H 2 were Donald Murrill, Everett Noble, Rebecca Branch, Mildred Coit, Lois Lyle, Dorothy Parrish, Mary M. Taylor, Pauline Thornton, and Marian Hayes. Five in ...

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

Seniors! Use the ballot on page four to vote for your favorites in the class election of all officers. Vol. IX. Library Now Gets 'Vogue'; Lessons Aid Fa shion Ma gazine Among New Publications; School Paper Helps Perplexed Students "The new books have just begun coming in," said Miss Mary Goodwyn, the librarian of John Marshall, on Monday before last, "but we haven't had a chance to look them over yet. It will take some time to get them catalogued, classified, and put into circulation. "This year the library is taking many new magazines. Art Digest and Design are the new art magazines. Home, Industrial Magazines Better Homes and Gardens is to be used in connection with home management. At the request of Mr. Keeling Sisson's classes, the library is subscribing to The Industrial Education Magazine in place of Industrial Art and Vocational Education. Good Housekeeping, Vogue, Survey Graphic, Survey, and a French magazine, La Semaine de Paree are the remaining new magazines. Classes To C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IHTEBNATIOWD pSS t s J/?f (Newspaper I Trife" ) Memberj Entered as_ second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chief William August, Royall Brandis Managing Editor Lester Woody Sports Editor Harold Dolsey Copy Editor George Rochkind Art Editor Virginius Goodman Feature Editors Lucy Sisson, Alice Warren Club Editor Sarah Burnett Cadet Editor Lester Prentiss Alumni Editor Dell Williams Exchange Editors Edith Galloway, Anne Redd Advertising Manager Harriett Yeamans Assistant Bobby Shiflett Circulation Manager Fleming Harding Assistants William Eubank, John Jones, Frank Nichols, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. Reporters Leslie Brock, Mary Canada, Sylvia Evans, William Eubank, Ann Ficke, Fleming 'Harding, Virginia Hewitt, John Jones, Kitty LyLe, Frank Nichols, Dorothy Pierce, Dorothy Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1935

Marshallites Encounter Roanoke Today! Meet Magic City Eleven In Big Test Blue and White Boys Tackle Roanokers Today; Attempt To Revenge Former Defeat With their inaugurating tilt on the best side of the win and lose column, John Marshall's gridders will meet their second foe in their first real test today at 3145 in the city stadium when they tackle Jefferson Senior High of Roanoke. Out for Revenge Jefferson handed the Marshallites a 18-0 setback in last year's engagement, and the home team is out to reverse the decision this afternoon. This points toward a hotly contested battle. Coach David M. Miller will start a 170-pound line and 160-pound backfield against the invaders. The returning lettermen, Captain Lee "Nubby" McLaughlin, 190-pound all-state mythical team tackle, Hugh Barbour and Howard Ballowe, 155 and 173 pounds of guards, respectively, plus Albert Hamilton and Arthur "Honey" Mahoney, 160-pounds ball toters, will form the nucleus of the Justice's line-up. Spain, Ineligibl...

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