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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 1935

Page Four Dramatic Club Will Stage Big Holiday Pageant Today Theme of Christmas Program Is Emerson's Famous Poem; Mrs. DeGourcy Is Director Emerson's famous poem "Days" is the theme of the Christmas pageant to be presented by members of the Dramatic club this afternoon in room 209. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Charlotte DeCourcy who is assisted by Miss Eloise Stevenson. A recitation of Emerson's poem by John Wicker forms the prologue of the play. The first scene, which takes place in a garden, is a pantomime of the passing of the seven days and the taking of gifts by the seven characters. Diadems and Gold The first of these characters is the Worldly Woman, who takes diadems. She is followed by the Selfish Man, bringing a box of gold. Next comes the Thoughtless Child, who brings baubles. The Good Woman comes in with a loaf of bread, and the Learned Man with a star. The Thoughtful Child comes in with fagots, and the seventh character, the Successful Woman, points to the sky...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1936

Dance tonight in Wythe gym from 8:15-11. Admission by class cards only. Join now, seniors, for only 50c. Vol. IX. Drum Corps Opens Third Big Concert Boy Scout's Drum and Bugle Corps Introduces Symphony With Tivis Wicker as Guest With a martial air played by the Boy Scout Drum and Bugle Corps of the John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson High School combined, began the third of the series of junior concerts given at the Mosque, a week ago last Tuesday afternoon. The highlight of the delightful program was a vocal solo by the guest artist, Tivis Wicker, baritone, who is a senior at John Marshall. His selection, a composition new to Richmonders, an aria from The Seasons, "With Joy the Impatient Husbandman" by Haydn, was beautifully sung. Sign Denotes Instruments At the beginning of the concert, Mr. Wheeler Beckett called the attention of the youthful audience to an electric sign at one side of the stage. This device was invented by Mr. Beckett to denote what wind instruments have solo part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTERNATIONAL? (Newspaper Member) Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postothce at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chief William August, Royall Brandis Managing Editor Lester Woody S J >orts 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 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, Marie Keyser, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, John Jordan, Anne Cohen, Alice Sarti, Zell Smith, John Wicker. Typists Ron...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1936

Marshallites Face City Foes in Title Bid Will Tackle Tee Jay Five There Today Justice Tearn Renews Rivalry; Saints, Then Cadets, Crowd Marshallites' Court Card In an attempt to regain the city championship crown lost for the past two hardwood seasons, the John Marshall basketeers will endeavor to remove three city obstacles, Thomas Jefferson, St. Christopher's, and Benedictine, in their next contests. Thomas Jefferson will seek to dent the Justices' scalps tonight at 8 p. m. on the Belt Liners' court. Coach "Spud" Bloxom will select his forward starters from Edwin Thistlethwaite, Shirl Faircloth, John Ryan, and Meyer Lefkowitz. Joe Parrish will be at center and Dick Wiltshire and Clark Lea at guards. Meet Saints on Tuesday This Saturday, St. Christopher's, coached by Cooper Dawson, will shoot Captain MlcCaw Parrish and Irvin Knowles, forwards; Luke Drury, center; and Ben Bosher and Andrew Christian, guards; against the Marshallites. Tuesday evening will bring Coach Lou Onesty's crac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1936

Page Four First Class Is Recalled By Alumnus S. T. Beveridge Remembers Graduating Class; Mentions Successes of Other Alumni (This is the fourth of a series of articles on John Marshall alumni.) By CARLTON LAING During an interview last week, Mr. Stephen T. Beveridge, of 184.2 Monument Avenue, announced that he was one of the fourteen members of the first class that graduated from old Richmond High School. Mr. Beveridge, a retired grain and feed merchant, told all he could concerning the class of 1875, which left sixty-one years ago. He mentioned M. Belle Pleasants, E. V. Saville, who is now Mrs. E. T. Eckles of Galax, Virginia, Jacob L. Ezekiel, who was in educational business, then moved to Washington, D. C., and Carrie T. Walters, who moved to Baltimore. Track Stars, Teachers There were also Fannie L. Powers, Lawrence E. Myers, who was a great' track star, and Belle R. Woodson, who was a teacher here. Mr. Beveridge himself, eighth on the list, attended Richmond College after his g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1936

Who's Who among seniors? Join the Senior Class by paying your dollar and then vote in the contest. Vol. IX. Marshallite Grads Leave Old Classes 170 Pupils Leave Alma Mater At Close of February Half Making Most of City Total Of the 354 February high school graduates in Richmond 170 students finished at John Miarshall. Those graduating, together with those who completed the two-year vocational course, are as follows: John Pierce Abernathy, Malcolm Pierce Alley, Ruffin Rhen Bailey, Dallas Cleveland Bass, Betty H. Blaine, Ben James Blythe, Julia Shepherd Bowles, Virginia Brandt Boxley, Ethlean Bridgers, Catherine Virnett Brown, Doris Virginia Browning, Gordan Puller Bruce, and Violet Evelyn Butler. Caudle and Chittum Grace Love Caldwell, Mary Cather- , ine Carr, Gertrude Lavinia Caudle, Helen Margueritte Causey, Charles Anderson Chittum, Mary Ann Christopher, Virginia Alice Claiborne, Mary Mollie Clayman, Constance Saxe Cohen, Kathlean Collins, Mariam Keith Collins, Margaret Anna Coor, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA <INTfcBNATtONAC> J. y-r (Newspaper ( ~|fer j 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 WilHams Exchange Editors Edith 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, Marie Keyser, Kitty Lyle, Dorothy Robinson, Margaret Robinson, John Jordan, Anne Cohen, Alice Sarti, Zell Smith, John Wicker....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1936

Justices Play Southside in Long Island Tonight ! with HAROLD 4. 4 Welcome, Mr. Frank Noble! John Marshall extends these greetings to you, their new track coach. Hank has been teaching mathematics at Manchester High School for the past three years. By playing freshman football at V.P.1., he was ineligible for participation in athletics V- M .1., where he later registered. Despite this loss, -Mr. Noble assisted in coaching J and thereby enlarged his scope of athletics. Mr. Jesse H. Binford, superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, recommended him to the school board not only due to his coaching ability, but his proficiency in the instruction of mathematics. ' * * * * Margaret Forrer, Blue-White jump center, who was stricken with appendicitis three weeks ago, is rapidly recuperating. * * * * If John Marshall should add boxing to its athletic menu, adequate material could be found in some of the present students, who are now tossing leather in local simon-pure rings. A few of the amat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1936

Page Four '37 Graduates To Receive Benefits of Scholarships Eastern Colleges Will Offer Valuable Aid to Students Deserving Higher Education Many famed eastern colleges and institutes are offering valuable scholarships to both boy and girl high school graduates for their 1936-37 term. The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina, offers five scholarships covering all expenses except transportation and spending money, known as the "First Division, A. E. F. Scholarships." Sons of veterans of the First Division, A. E. F. who reside in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, and who meet other entrance requirements are eligible. The Citadel', a standard fouryear military college, offers courses in civil engineering, physics, chemistry, business administration, and pre-medi-cal with the degree of B. S., and English, history, and modern languages with the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Carnegie Tech The Carnegie Institute of Technology awards a number of freshman scholarships valued at S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1936

Seniors pick the most this and that as Frank Sharpe is called best all-round; Helen Strange popular. Vol. IX. Class of' 36 Holds Election of Who's Who; Plan Dance Seniors Choose AnnApplebee, Strange, Brandis, Ballowe, Ittner, and Sharpe as Best After two weeks of voting, the senior class selected the persons .most prominent in the class of '36. With about 130 seniors voting, Ann Applebee triumphed over Alyce Sarti in the clash for most beautiful. Ann was most popular in the junior class in their selections for Who's Who winners. In the contest for Sir Handsome, Merrill Ittner came out 011 the top to take the title from Billy Bricker. Strange, Most Popular Helen Strange, the vice-president of the class, was awarded the honor of being the most popular, over Monnie Hudgins. Best all round in the upper class turned out to be Frank Sharp. Frank is captain of company B and a member of the Bachelors club. His opponent for this honor position was Mary McTyre. Two football men opposed each o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTERNATIONAL? Zgf (Newspaper Member) |ip| 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 Editors Carlton Laing, George Rochkind Art Editor Virginius Goodman Feature Editors John Jordan, Lucy Sisson, Alice Warren Cadet Editor Lester Prentiss Exchange Editor Edgar Jenkins Advertising Manager Harriett Yeamans Assistant ..Bobby Shiflett Reporters Mary Canada, Carlton Laing, Marie Keyser, Anne Cohen, Alice Sard, Zell Smith, John Wicker, Anne Scott. Typists Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, lElsie Connelly, William Currin, Emily Hay, Thomas Hendricks, Alvah Jewell, Agnes Loving, Emily Moncure, Mildred Myers, Lucile Phillips, Gordon Powell, Leola Reynolds, Margaret R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1936

f EEING SPO RT S^TI i with HAROLD DOLSEY I i i -i" —"•—""——»•—-■——•„—"»—,»—-—-—-—•„—«»—«"——-—.u,— Ull ——„„—„„—.1 —I HAROLD DOLSEY When Mr. Harwood became principal in 1905, the school, then Richmond High School, was com,posed of only 14 rooms. From that memorable day, he has spent his entire life toward the betterment of school life. Volumes could be written upon what Mr. Harwood has done. A few of the things he has had installed are the elective course, library, manual training, domestic science, and the school cafeteria. He has given credit to certain musical instruments, kept records of each pupil, extended the graduation from three years to four, and has provided specialized teachers for every subject. Places and things are generally named for people when they have died. To me that is similar to sending a <le£ . person flowers —it does not do them any good. Many tasks undertaken by Mr. Harwood, but which the student did not completely understand, have turned out for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 March 1936

Page Four High School Wins Praise Of Alumnus Waverly King, Vice-President Of a Richmond Company Lauds Benefit of Education (Continuing the series of interviews with important alumni.) By CARLTON LAING Mr. Waverly "Rock" King, vicepresident and general manager of the Richmond Motor Company, highly praised the value of a high school education in an interview last week. "I made many associations in high school that have been a great help to me in the business world. My actual training was priceless in college and in business," he declared. All Round Athlete Mr. King attended old Richmond High School, leaving in 1912. While in school, he played football for four years and was elected captain during his last year. He also participated in basketball, track, and other athletics. Taking a special course all through school, he had for teachers Misses {Catherine Cross, Rebecca Angel, Sadie Engleberg, and others. Mr. James C. Harwood was his principal. ''There was no cadet corps in my time," h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 March 1936

Winner of Soph Amateur Hour Announced; Gifted Boy Pupil Gets Award, Green and White Cake. Vol. IX. Sees Ground For Games, Drills Soon School Board Member Reveals Facts Concerning Proposed Athletic Field for School Many interesting facts with reference to the new athletic field for John Marshall High School were brought several days ago out in an interview with a member of the City School Board. The Board member stated, "The Finance Committee of the City Council on February 18 authorized the City Attorney to negotiate with the property owners preliminary to the institution of condemnation proceedings to acquire the block bounded by Clay, Leigh, Eighth, and Ninth Streets for the new athletic and drill field for the school. $125,000 has already been appropriated by the City Council for this purpose. Thus after many years of waiting the athletic field seemed assured." Word' has been received from Washington that certain Federal funds are available for the construction of the field if th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 March 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fiNTEaXATIOKAq PHI L&f (Newspaper j jMember] ||§£pM Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chicf William August, Royall Brandis Sports Editor Harold Dolsey Copy Editor Carlton Laing Art Editor Virginius Goodman Feature Editors John Jordan, Lucy Sisson, Alice Warren Cadet Editor Lester Prentiss Circulation and Exchange Editor Edgar Jenkins Advertising Manager Thelma Anthony Reporters Mary Canada, Carlton Laing, Marie Keyser, Anne Cohen, Alice Sarti, Zell Smith, John Wicker, Anne Scott. Typists Ronald Bingley, Eunice Bland, Katherine Cauthorn, lElsie Connelly, William Currin, Emily Hay, Thomas Hendricks, Alvah Jewell, Agnes Loving, Emily Moncure, Mildred Myers, Lucile Phillips, Gordon Powell, Leola Reynolds, Margaret Robinson, Jerome Schartz, Thelma Seldes,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 March 1936

* SEEING SPORTS * j with HAROLD DOLSEY I Monocle Sports Editor i i ' • "" 1 HAROLD DOLSEY Sigmund Katz, Lamar Kee, Simon Glick, Russell Boiling, and Lee McLaughlin deserve lots of credit for their elegant performances. Before being halted by the University of Maryland frosh, the Marshallites established an eight-game winning streak over Central High of Washington, twice, Maury of Norfolk, Washington and Lee of Clarendon, Petersburg, Thomas Jefferson, St. Christopher's, and Benedictine. Viatories over St. Christopher's, George Washington of Alexandria, Hampton, and Petersburg were tossed in prior to their three-day intersectional trip to Long Island, New York, where they whipped Lawrence and (Southside, but were edged by Baldwin. On their return to Richmond, the Justices doubled the score on their Thomas Jefferson rivals. Benedictine's towering Cadets came back in two consecutive struggles to wrest the city championship cup from the Blue-Whites. They, however, regained poise, travele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 March 1936

Page Four Many Justice Girls Form Thursday Groups at Y. W. Many girls have formed the habit of going to the Y. W. C. A. on Thursday afternoons to take part in swimming, dancing, and other activities. More than a hundred girls from John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson go everj- Thursday afternoon and make new friends while learning new skills. Swimming Offered These learning groups last from 3:30 until 6:00 o'clock. In the first period there are swimming, dancing, knitting, handicraft, and dramatics. The second period offers advanced dancing, intermediate swimming, marionettes, cooking, and handicraft. Those interested in Red Cross life saving, swimming, knitting, marionettes, talk-it-over hours, and volley ball may go during the third period from 5:15 to 6:00. Swimming, which may be taken for ten cents, includes soap, towels, and a suit. A medical examination is given at the Y. W. C. A. for a charge of only twenty-five cents. New Groups Formed New groups may be formed if ten or more g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 April 1936

'Just Like Judy' Makes Its Second Appearance Tonight With Carlton Laing Acting as Painter. Vol. IX. Peace Loving Pupils Form New Society Robert Waitt Organizes Group Of Pupils in Student League For Extermination of War Organizing against war and its horrors, a group of John Marshall students under the leadership of Robert Waitt, Jr. have founded the SLE W, Students' League for the Extermination of War. The main purpose of this group is to promote peace and to end future wars of aggression. The SLEW is not connected with the Veterans of Future Wars (the movement adopted by the leading colleges with Princeton's Lewis Gorin as National commander), but it will' cooperate with that and other organizations for the complete extermination of war and the establishment of eternal peace. Mr. Harwood Pleased Mr. James C. Harwood expressed delight that such a peace movement had been started. Miss Pauline Benton, history teacher of 302, is strongly in favor of the S L E W and has agreed to sponso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 April 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (iwTwunoHAU Member^ Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editcrs-in-Chief William August, Royal} Brandis Sports Editor Harold Dolsey Copy Editor Carlton Laing Art Editor Virgimus Goodman Feature Editors John Jordan, Lucy Sisson, Alice Warren Cadet Editor . Lester Prentiss Circulation and Exchange Editor Edgar Jenkins Advertising Manager Thelma Anthony Reporters Mary Canada, Carlton Laing, Marie Keyser, Anne Cohen, Alice Sarti, Zell Smith, John Wicker, Anne Scott, Harpld Cahn, Billy Macaulev. Typists Catherine Alvis, Nancy Baker, Elsie Beale, Thelma Bryant, Gracie Hague, William Longan, Anna Marshall, Jane McClure, Jane Reveley, Mildred Selph, Alma Via, Mary Wingfield. Faculty Advisers Miss Charles Anthony Newspaper Adviser Mrs. Lillie Parker Ellett Typing Miss Eva Branch Supe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 April 1936

Justice Nine Opens Season Against Petersburg | * SEEING SPORTS * j j icif/i HAROLD j Monocle Sports Editor i f *1 f|| \ * HAROLD DOLSEY COMPANY G BOWLERS WIN Amid the paean of vociferous adherents (translation-yelling supporters), Company C's auspicious rollers, who have won 39 games and lost 21, carried off the championship in the John Marshall corps of cadets bowling league, Thursday, on the John Marshall alleys. Company B's throwers trailed the winners with 36 tilts annexed and 24 setbacks. In third place settled Company A, with 33 triumphs and 27 reverses. D Company was next, with 32 conquests and 28 disappointments. E Company broke even, with a 30 on each side of the win and loss column. The Band was buried in the cellar of the loop, with only 10 achievements in 60 attempts. Members of the winning C Company ,team are Willie and Robert White, Joe Southward, Albert Morris, and Ryland McCann. Tossers on the runner-up quint are Dino Antonelli, Bert Perkinson, Ashby Fischer, Billy S...

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