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

Page Four Will Choose Class Heads In Cafeteria Seniors Will Vote Next Week To Select New Officials; Prentiss, Tutwiler, Alley Up "It is important," explained Miss Elizabeth Hart, senior ciass sponsor, to the nominating committee, "to have capable and efficient pupils holding the officers of the senior class." Representatives, chosen from each senior home room last week, met and drew up a list of candidates. After this list was complete, the nominating committee, composed of last year's officers, met to eliminate some of the candidates and draw up the final list. Nominating Committee Those who prepared the ballot were Anne Scott, Mary Wilkinson, Elsie Mattingly, Ann Applebee, and Jimmie Ancell. Voting will take place next week in front of the cafeteria. Miss Hart urges each senior to join the class and to enjoy his senior year to the utmost. Each student that gets twenty members to join will receive a prize. Senior Picnic, Best "If a big majority of the class will join, we might have...

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

Seniors! Look for your name and find the day to take your picture. Carry the price to Foster's with you. Vol. IX. Pupils Study Occupations; See Museum Modern Problems Class Has Discussion of Opportunities In City; Current Events "It's the most informal class I have ever been in and one of the most delightful," declared Courtney Grace who was discussing the modern problems class with Joyce Pully, last Tuesday in 207, after a trip to the Valentine Museum. Beginning with a study of various civilizations and what each contributed to the world, the course works its way up to the problems confronting the nations today. In connection with the ancient civilization, the class went down to the Valentine Museum last week to see some of the relics there. They saw prehistoric axes, spears, stone weapons, examples of Greek and Egyptian art, and many other possessions of the ancients. Museum Is Interesting "The most interesting relic of all was an Indian canoe," remarked Joyce. "It was made from t...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA T/yf (Newspaper\Member) Jgg 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, Carlton Laing, Ann Ficke, Fleming Harding, Virginia Hewitt, Kitty Lyle, Frank Nichols, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. ...

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

Justices Meet Portsmouth There In Loop Tilt Team Meets Wilson High There Today Undefeated Justices Take On Portsmouth Eleven; Coach To Put First Team on Field In quest of their fourth victory in as many starts, John Marshall's undefeated Justices traveled to Portsmouth this morning with the hope of subduing their third Virginia Literary and Athletic rival at the Trucker Stadium. Thirty Blue-White representatives plus Coach Dave Miller and his two assistants were seated comfortably when the school's bus left for the Tidewater section. Realizing that one defeat would practically eliminate them from the state championship chase, Coach Miller will place his most formidable forces against the fighting Presidents. Line-up Is Announced Captain Lee McLaughlin, who looms again as an all-state tackle, and Cecil Minor, 192 pounder, will be at both tackles. Howard Ballowe and Hugh Barbour, stalwart guards, and Tom Thrasher and Wallace Tennant will form the outer exterior of the line. Morris Bol...

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

Page Four Ruth Peters Plays Piano For Seniors Great Ovation Greets Wythe Student When She Finishes Beautiful Musical Recital Ruth Peters of 106W received an ovation in the auditorium Monday when at the request of Principal James C. Harwood, she played Listz's "Hungarian Rhapsody Number 6" and, as an encore, Chopin's "Waltz in Cf Minor" for the seniors. Delights Audience Taking her seat at the massive grand piano, she played the two pieces so beautifully and easily that the audience applauded vigorously. There was a light in her face revealing the delight she felt in her playing as she rumbled and trilled the keys. When she finished, she rose, bowed modestly, and retired to her seat. Honors Seniors In an interview she said, "I felt honored to receive all that applause from the senior class." A shy young lady, Ruth finished with, "I love my music!" "You can tell she loves it by the way she plays!", declared one music lover enthusiastically. With a gift for music and diligent practice,...

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

The Richmond Symphony this season will include pupils from J. M. They play often in assemblies. No. 3 Vol. IX. Pupils May Enjoy Choice Music, Soon The Price, $1 for Six Concerts, Is in All Students' Reach, According to Mr. Harwood Opportunities for music lovers of Richmond have been provided so that they may hear the world's best music interpreted by skilled artists during the Richmond Symphony Concerts beginning November 18. The cost of producing these entertainments has been high, and consequently the admission has been too high for many students to pay, according to Mr. James C. Harwood, principal of John Marshall High School. Six for SI.OO This year, however, the Board of Governors of the Symphony are offering a series of six afternoon concerts, at intervals of about three weeks, at a cost which the principal says ought to be within the reach of most of the students. The six tickets will cost one dollar. The tickets will be sold through the home room teachers and can be purchase...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CINTtBHATtONAI) m (Newspaper Member) 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, Bobby Ham, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. Reporters Mary Canada, Sylvia Evans, Carlton Laing, Fleming Harding, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, John Jordan. Typists Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, Elsie Connel...

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

Gridders Seek Fifth Win at Newport News League Fray Takes Squad To Bay City Seven Blue-Whites on Injury List; Typhoons Have Hard Driving Attack Plus Spirit Seeking to remove the gloomy clouds that darken their state gridiron championship aspirations, John Marshall will tackle the Typhoons from Newport News High there tomorrow afternoon. Last year's brawl ended in a o-o deadlock. Injuries Mar Justices' Hopes Crippled tremendously by the loss of seven regulars due to injuries, the Justices will risk an unblemished state slate of four wins against an eliminated Tidewater crew. Eddie Dyson, end, and Arthur Mahoney, halfback, are out for the season. Sydnor Walden, quarter; Billy McCann, halfback; Winston Siegfried, halfback; Morris Boltz, center; and Gordon Bruce, fullback, are the other ailing Marsballites. The first three may see some action tomorrow. The Newport News boys have won four out of their past six engagements. Inaugurating their season with a 9-6 victory over McKinley Tech o...

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

Page Four Junors Put Up All Boys For Leader John Boyd, Armstead Lowery, Albert Hargrove, Candidates For Junior Glass President For the purpose of selecting candidates for officers of the junior class, a committee composed of last year's officers met Tuesday afternoon in the home room of the sponsor, Miss Arietta Estes. Those on the nominating committee were Archer McDaniel, president; Kelton Skinner, vice-president; Ann Warrener, secretary; Richard Carver, treasurer; James O'Dell, historian; and Betty Fahr, reporter. The ballot was made up from lists of names submitted by each junior home room. Candidates The candidates are, for the office of president, John Boyd, Albert Hargrove, Armstead Lowery; for vice-president, Jane Belmur, Elaine Gentil, Phyllis Davis; for secretary, Edith Bowman, Ethel Carr, Shirley Orebaugh; for treasurer, Odell Carroll, Edgar Poole, Robert Fansler; for historian, Keith Ewell, Bobby Frazier, Carrington Cross; and Margaret Hughes, June Sowers, Anne Jamison, ...

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

Two stop lights will make crossing safe for students. Principal changes lights from John Marshall side. Vol. IX. Editors Off To Meeting In Lexington Leaders of Publications Make Plans To Leave for Annual Contest of School Papers Editors of John Marshall publications will journey to Lexington Thursday, November 21, for the annual convention of the Southern Interscholastic Press Association. M iss Wilhelmina Wright will accompany the editors, and Miss Eva Tatum will drive them up. Royall Brandis and William August will go .for The Monocle. Carlton Laing will represent The Record, and Mary Canada and Miss Wilhelmina Wright will travel for The Marshallite. The representatives will return on Sunday. There will be a varied program that includes dances, addresses, and banquets, in addition to the judging of the publications. Hold Records In past years, The Marshallite, The Record, and The Monocle have stood high in the contest. In 1930, all three won first prize cups in the class A divisio...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IMTMNATIONAp _ famuJj (Newspaper Member) 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 Rochkincl 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 Harnett Yeamans Assistant Bobby Shiflett Circulation Manager Fleming Harding Assistants William Eubank, John Jones, Bobby Ham, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. Reporters. Mary Canada, Sylvia Evans, Carlton Laing, Fleming Harding, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, John Jordan. Typists. Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, Elsie ...

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

Justices Battle Danville At Stadium Today Will Tackle Card Eleven In Tilt Here Justice Team Complete as It Meets Danville High Squad In Virginia Conference Test Engaging George Washington High of Danville this afternoon at the City Stadium, the John Marshall football team will be seeking its fifth conquest in the Virginia Athletic and Literary Conference and the sixth win of the season. The Justices are out to revenge the 19-0 slamming they took last year. J. M. Lineup in Shape With all his players in shape, for the first time in a home contest, Coach Dave M. Miller's single and roving wringback system should click. Captain Lee McLaughlin, who was moved from tackle to end in the Maury tiff in order to strengthen the BlueWhite passing attack, will be at the same position today. Cardinals Fast, Elusive Coach Gerald "Jerry" Quirk, 1933 William and Mary College gridiron captain, coaches the fast and elusive Redbird eleven. Their five monogram wearers are Julian Hardy, all-state left end...

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

Page Four [ Boyd Takes High Office j By 2 Votes v Junior Class President Leads By Slight Margin; Officers All Prove Popular in Vote The election of junior class officers l> ended last Friday afternoon with a margin of two votes for John Graham v Boyd as president. Popularity of all the candidates was evident as votes came pouring in, each v officer winning over his fellows with only a slight lead. Boyd became presij dent, Jane Belmur is vice-president, C 1 Ethel Carr is secretary, the reporter is Anne Jamison, John Ransome won the K treasurer's office, and Bobby Frazier r will be the historian. Expect Good Year I After taking over their respective offices, the newly elected officers propose to cooperate in uniting their class ' in the finest year of entertainment and | activity the junior class has ever had. ' Their sponsor, Miss Arietta Estes, his- ! Tory teacher in 210W, will advise them I and plan with them through the year. 1 The class will give a dance for the sophom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1935

John Marshall became, while the school was taking its holiday for Thanksgiving, the center of the V. E. A. Vol. IX. Third Editor Works Well As Reporter Florence Rhea Talley, Editor Of The Monocle for '3O-'3l, Edits 'Times-Dispatch' Page As the second former Monocle editor to make good in the field of journalism, Florence Rhea Talley is now connected with the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The othef one is Frank McCarthy, who is a reporter for the Richmond News Leader. As the editor of the school page, Florence has many opportunities to meet people, mostly those interested in schools and connected with education. All news from the schools for that page must be sent to her. \sorks on Women's Page Besides her work on the school page, Florence Rhea carries assignments for the woman's page. She often reports lectures and women's club meetings, but although this is interesting, she enjoys her school page more. "Working on The Monocle is very good preparation for newspaper work," the experienced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IHTEBHATIONjP (Newspaper Member) x^4ssoa^^~ 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, Bobby Ham, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. Reporters ._ Mary Canada, Sylvia Evans, Carlton Laing, Fleming Harding, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson. Margaret Robinson, John Jordan. Typists Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, Els...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1935

Football Over, Blue-White Greet Basketball School Five Has Capable Galaxy Here Six Vets Return to Hardwood Wars; Team Out To Better Last Season's Fine Record Having stored football equipment in the attic, John Marshall has dusted off basketball paraphernalia and is now preparing for a gruelling twenty-game schedule. Last year the Justices, coached by George "Gummy" Proctor, set a sensational pace by winning twenty games out of twenty-five attempts, which included the South Atlantic championship. Coach Dave M. MiHer will have five lettermen, Captain Billy McCann, Sigmond Katz, Elmo Berry, Seabury Stoneburner, and Russell Boiling, from last term's squad. Boiling, all-state six foot four pivoteer, will be ineligible until February due to scholastic difficulties. Twenty-Eight Out for Squad Twenty-eight eager lads are out for the squad. They are, besides the returning lettermen, Robert Parham, Harold Taylor, Wayne Bales, Harold Dolsey, Durwood Robertson, Morris Boltz, Curtis Jennings, Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1935

Page Four S.C.E.A.HeId In Richmond Last Month Southern Business Educators Hold First Gathering Here; Local Teachers Entertain Richmond high school commercial teachers were hosts when the Southern Commercial Education Association met in annual convention at the Jefferson Hotel from Thanksgiving Day through the following Saturday. This convention was the first the association has held in Richmond. Business instructors from every state in the South except Texas assembled in Richmond Thursday and met at a tea at The Jefferson to begin the convention. At seven o'clock members of the entertaining committees and officers of the association banqueted. This dinner preceeded an informal reception of all delegates. At the reception, three John Marshall pupils entertained the teachers. Ruth Peters, talented young Richmond pianist, played the first movement of Mendelssohn's "Concerto in G Minor." She will play this same selection at a coming Junior Symphony Concert at which she is to be guest ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1935

And so as Tiny Tim Observed God Bless Us Everyone No. 6 Vol. IX. Picked Cast To Perform For Holiday Miss Peple Coaches Maidens In Christmas Performance Here Tomorrow Afternoon Directed by Miss Mary Peple, a picked cast of girls will present the Christmas play in the auditorium tomorrow afternoon. Departing from the customary style, the new play will be of a happy, joyful mood instead of a serious drama of Christmas. In her customary genial manner, Miss Peple disclosed that the play is entirely musical gaiety, designed to leave the students in a light frame of mind for their long holiday. Music for the play will be by Selma King, who will handle the keys for a musical drill with a cast of wooden soldiers, and doll, modern, toe, and acrobatic dancers. Members of Cast Those who will take the parts of the wooden soldiers are Althea Udriet, Dorothy Corr, Virginia Kersey, Malissa Crump, Frances Alley, Alene Bingley, Madelyn Helminger, Ruth Barnett, Margaret Turner, Marion Walton, Ellen Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1935

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA <INTEBWATIOWAO ijsitf , —. >. rgfj (Newspaper ( jMemberJ lylgp^j 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 BrandU Feature Editors Lucy Sisson, Alice Warren /■»/,. L FJiinr Sarah Burnett exitiZr::::::::::::::.. VrirwiZms Adv TsWant Manag ": ::::::::::::::::::::::::::. .* r . Circulation Manager Fleming Harding Assistants William Eubank, John Jones, Bobby Ham, D. R. Wilkinson, Henry Wright. Reporters Mary Canada, Sylvia Evans, Carlton Laing, Fleming Harding, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, John Jordan. Typists Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, Elsie Connelly, William Currin, Emily Hay, Thomas Hendricks, Alvah Jewell, Agnes Loving, Emily Moncure, Mildred Myers, Lucile Phillips, Gordon Powel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1935

Cagers Hasten Practice As Season Nears School Five Gets Ready * For Season Coach Miller Drills Charges Daily for Tough Schedule; New Rules Affect Players With three weeks of fundamental drilling and several actual practice games under their belts, the John Marshall dribblers are consistently preparing for the current season. The avalanche of enthusiastic candidates out for the quintet the opening week has decreased immensely. New Rules This Year This year the National Basketball Rules Committee has adopted several new rules. The "three second" rule heads the list. By this rule, no offensive player can be in the "bottle" or foul circle, with or without the ball, for three seconds. A defensive player can stay as long as he may wish, either with or without the ball. Last year's rule was that no player could hold the ball in the foul circle for three seconds, but could stay in the circle for any length of time. This new rule tends to break off the crowding of players around the goal. To...

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