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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 September 1936

Page- Pour PUPILS BEGIN FALL ACTIVITIES Students Recall Memories Of Past Summer Vacation Vacation being over, Marshallites are now clinging to their memories of a summer spent in going hither and yon. "I took an indescribable trip to New England with my parents this summer and had a wonderful time," declared Billy Longan of 202. "Dressed in slacks and a polo shirt, I faced people in overcoats with up-turned collars, and it was never warm enough for swimming. I heard many famous orchestras and saw many people, but I prefer the southern girls." Robert Waitt, Jr., enrolled in 104, was another of the Marshallites who spent his real vacation in the North. "I spent a month in New York City," Bobby said, "and the rest of the time I worked here." Edith Visits Father Traveling westward, Edith Nunnally of room 104 visited her father in Arkansas. "I kept house for him while I was there, and you may be assured that we suffered neither from starvation nor from indigestion." Two trips to Augusta,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1936

Senior Class Sponsor Says Students Should Enjoy Last Year, Promise Fun, Many Varied Activities. Vol. X. Senior Class Begins Semester Program With Old Sponsor Miss Arietta Estes To Guide Upper Pupils in Activities; Plan Five Dances, Two Trips "Seniors! Anderson Nicholas was the first pupil to join the senior class," exclaimed Miss Arietta Estes, sponsor of the class, "and Tom Thrasher, captain of D Company, was the second." Miss Esres began organizing the class on Tuesday of week before last. The 4L home rooms chose the candidates for office. After they made the slates, two seniors of last year and two of this year got together and picked three persons who received the majority votes for each office. The senior class ballot will be ready for all seniors to vote on, in the next issue of The Monocle. Many Dances "We are going to have a grand time together this year," declared Miss Estes. "The class is to have five dances and will visit two places of interest during the term." "It is' w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CIWTtPWATIORjD TpT (Newspaper Member] Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief « Harold Cahn, Jack Jennings Managing Editor Billy McCauley Copy Editors Lucille Bishop, Gertrude Flippen Sports Writing Board Sam McCammon, Irving Jacob, Anna Mae Guza, Edith Nunnally. Feature Editor Robert Waitt Associate Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majorie Nock, Ann Morton, Ann Snead. Alumni Editor Harold Owens Circulation Manager Edgar Jenkins Cadet Editor Gordon Thurston Art Editors.. Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor Alyce Sarti Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. . .Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson, Dixie Lawson, Vernelle Mitchell, Eleanor Reams, Linda Priddy, Mary Alice Smith, Mildred Wiltshire, Ruth Wiltshire, Nancy Robertson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1936

John Marshall Plays E. C. Glass Today THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By SAM McCAMMON and IRVING JACOB At the beginning of the football season, we, the sports board, rise to urge the students to remember that sportsmanship is, by far, more important than victory. May we, as true Marshallites, be able ,to take victory and defeat alike, not crowing over victory and always laughing off defeat like a real sport. Let us be fair and cheer the other side on a good play or on victory and swallow the pill of disappointment and defeat without a grimace. Observing the many players on the squad who follow this policy of modesty and sportsmanship, let's follow their example. MAY, WALDEN, SOYARS Among the Richmond boys on the HampdenSydney freshman football team are Virgil May, Sydnor Walden, and Ben Soyars. Soyars and Walden played for the Justice gridders, while Walden and May were on the track team. * * * CHEER LEADERS John Marshall is fortunate .in having five such good cheer leaders as Bobby Frays...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 October 1936

Page Four CLASSES ORGANIZE for COMING YEAR Ancell Heads Cadet Corps Commandant Selects Officers And Non-coms for Coming Year; Effective at Once (Continued from first page) Rice, Francis K. Fogg, Theodore M. Webster, William E. Allen, Jack L. Wiltshire, William B. Wiltshire; Lance Corporals, Pleasant H. Gay, Charles E. Schaff, Garland M. Harwood, Albert P. Graham, Allen L. Creedle, Howard W. Malloy. B Company Captain, Lawrence C. Haake; First Lieutenant, Neal P. Ganzert; Second Lieutenant, William F. Dickerson; First Sergeant, Ludwell N. Fourquean; Supply Sergeant, Clarke D. Ballard; Line Sergeants, William L. Glenn, Herbert R. Perkinson, Guido J. Coli, Jack Jennings, Clarence A. Schultz, James Peyronnet; Corporals, William W. Norvell, William C. Tony, Stephen C. Gano, Harry Vellines, Carleton B. Finke, Richard V. Carner, Edward R. Woodward, Clarence R. Cosby; Lance Corporals, Samuel' Alexander, Sherwood B. Eck, Storrs G. Wright, Marvin Noland, Floyd B. Jarvis, John B. Eitel. C Compa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1936

Upper Students Nominate Candidates for Offices In Class; Returns To Be Published in Next Issue. Vol. X. Class of' 36 Busy Voting For Leaders "McLaughlin, McClanahan, and Dickenson, Football Player And Cadet, for Presidency Lee McLaughlin, Sam McClanahan, and William Dickinson, vie for the honor of being senior class president this term. McLaughlin is best known for his athletic ability, having been captain of the football team for two years and a member of the basketball team. He is also one of the track squad. Cadet Officers Nominated McClanahan and Dickinson are both ranking officers of the corps of cadets; McClanahan is the captain of company E, and Dickinson, the second lieutenant 1 of B company. Senior class vice president will be Phyllis Davis, Elaine Gentil, or Catherine Childress. Vernon Edwards, Billy Longan, or William Van Pelt will fill the office of treasurer; while either Gaynell Jones, Virginia Stevens, who was the most beautiful junior last term, or Edna Powers will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA aggro (Newspaper Membl?) Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Harold Cahn, Jack Jennings Managing Editor Billy McCauley Copy Editors Lucille Bishop, Gertrude Flippen Sports Writing Board Sam McCammon, Irving Jacob, Anna Mae Guza, Edith Nunnally. Feature Editor . Robert Waitt Associate Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majorie Nock, Ann Morton, Ann Snead. Alumni Editor Harold Owens Cadet Editor ...Gordon Thurston Art Editors Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor Alyce Sard Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. . .Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson, Dixie Lawson, Vernelle Mitchell, Eleanor Reams, Linda Priddy, Mary Alice Smith, Mildred Wiltshire, Ruth Wiltshire, Nancy Robertson, Phyllis Shackelford, and Ann Robey. Typists. .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1936

Magicians and Typhoons Are J. M. Foes THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND SAM McCAMMON ' ' ''' him a place in the starting-up against the Emory and Henry Wasps. * * * * Here's good luck to the Justices in their first out of town game, a game with Jefferson High at Roanoke. Roanoke places about fifth in the league standings, having won one championship game and tied one. But John Marshall fans need not despair because the wandering gridders will return home for their next game when they play Coach Byrne's Newport News Typhoons. According to Coach Byrne the team this year is heavier and better than ever. * * * * The team to watch in the Virginia Class A High School Literary and Athletic League is Hampton. Although Hampton did not win a conference game last year, the team has scored five straight victories, three of which were league games. Last Friday the Crabbers tramped on Thomas Jefferson for a 27-12 victory. Coach Dick Esleeck regards his eleven veterans as the reason f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 October 1936

Page Four Pupils Busy with Literary Activities, Election F. D. Leading G. O. P. Rival Roosevelt Receives 70.6% of Ballots; Charles G. Wilson Votes More Than Landon's (Continued from page one) Analyzing Roosevelt's vote, it seems that almost all his present supporters backed him in 1932. Roosevelt present voters in 1932 chose thus: Roosevelt 1,690, 96.7% ; Hoover 53, 3.1%; Thomas 2, .1%; Others 2, .1%; No choice 7; Total 1,744, 100%. There is an entirely different picture in the Landon camp, where more than half were Democrats in 1932 and many were neutral. The great shift may have been caused by A 1 Smith's walk or by the Jeffersonian organization, but whatever the cause the change is most marked. Landon present voters in 1932 voted thus: Hoover 237, 45.0% ; Roosevelt 295, 53.7%; Thomas 9, 1.0%; Others 2, .3%; Neutral 95; Total 638, 100%. Analysis of Congressional Vote Montague's vote is thus analyzed: Roosevelters 1,681; Landonites 6; Others 6; Total 1,693. Wilson's vote is thus an...

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

Seniors Elect Officers To Guide Class for Coming Semester; Students Pick McLaughlin To Preside. No. 4 Vol. X. Lists Prizes, Medals, Cups To Be Given Twenty Scholarships Offered To Boys, Girls; Four Cadet Awards To Be Given at Hop "Why not win a scholarship?" smiled Mrs. James Harwood last week as he listed the scholarships and prizes offered this year. There are twenty scholarships, seven of which are for boys only, five for girls only, and eight to be won by either. They are awarded on the basis of a pupils' complete record in high school. ''Besides these scholarships," continued Mr. Harwood, "there are many nice prizes to be won." S. A. R. Medals Two S. A. R. Medals are awarded by the Sons of the American Revolution to a boy and girl in the graduating class who have best exemplified the principles of good citizenship, considering the following qualities: dependabaility, cooperation, leadership, cleanness in speech and habits, and patriotism. Last year these medals were won by John...

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

age Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (IMTFOHtTIONID Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929 at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March ?, 1879. .'.''''' '•'• •••• •• • Lucille Bishop, Gertrude Ffippen sports Writing Board ..Sam McCammon, Irv.ng Jacob, ; Anna Mae Guza, Edith Nunnally. Robert Maiorie Nock, Ann Morton. Haro]d Qwens i T!"Atr Gordon Thurston aft PAitnU Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Art Editors. .. Alyce Sarti Assistants toEdiioriai 'and Business 'Staffs.. . .Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson . Dm^A? W AHceSmith" Mitchell Eleanor Reams, Linda Pnddy, Mary Alice smitn, Mildred Wiltshire, Ruth Wiltshire, Nancy Robertson, Phyllis Shackelford, Ann Robey, and Elizabeth Hildebrand. Tviists Betsey Chairsell, Gertrude Cutchins, Janet Guild, Frances Herndon, Lorine Huband, Mildred Jones, Edna Kingry, Leslie LaPlace, Loli. Taylor, Pauline Toney...

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

Looking at John Marshall During Education Week J|| if^lsl^' Jg ■ > WsSm tip || 'IIFJE , m gpjj •> : ;.. -ymm-1 iM W&W&. ' " ; -.- v |j|Mp W JPH .? <9H HI ial. :JMKj^M^t'' •■ x ' • • JMI^HPI^KW' B^ Shop hoys, busily working, show ability in many kinds of machine work. Automobiles and airplanes are some of the results of this activity. SIEGFRIED fZL* .<• - ~£~' " * f J Winnie Siegfried Leading State and City Scorers Winston "Winnie" Siegfried, John Marshall's hard charging fullback, is now leading both state and city grid scorers with eight touchdowns, a total of forty-eight points. Siegfried has registered a touchdown for the Justices in every conflict except one, that with Jefferson High School of Roanoke. This flashy backfield star, who is equally as dependable on defense as he is on offense, is just a junior in John Marshall and thus has another year of football ahead of him here. If "Winnie" can get his snaky hip...

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

Page Four Continuing To Look at School Activities During Education Week Miss Preston Enjoys Trip High School Librarian Attends Meet in North Carolina, Hears Well Known Speakers Miss Ellinor Preston, the librarian, has just returned from the bi-ennial meeting of the Southeastern Library Association, held at Grove Park Inn, Ashville, North Carolina. This association is composed of librarians in all phases of library work in the eleven southern states. Several Prominent Speakers The theme of the convention was "The Development of Libraries and Library Service in the South." Among the speakers were Dr. Malcolm G. Wyer from Denver, Colorado, president of the American Library Association, Dr. Kendrick of Greensboro, North Carolina, whose subject was "Why Southerners Read So Little, Historically Traced," and Miss Mildred Batchelder, school library specialist from the American Library Association. Numerous luncheons and dinners were given for the various groups. Interesting exhibits and equ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1936

Justice Tearn Seeks Sixth Victory Tomorrow THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES FLY ANNA MAE GUZA AND SAM McCAMMON $ . team in three games. However, the Maury Commodores defeated the Petersburg Crimson Wave 12 .to o last Friday and will be a tough foe, since they have scouted the Blue-Whites in action and will be on their home grounds. A group of students will go on the train tomorrow at reduced rates, and all pupils are urged to go down in the morning and return early .that night. Those going will have a good time as well as help the team by their moral support. * * * * JOHN MARSHALL'S B TEAM The Justices B team, coached by Stumpy Bryant, was defeated last week by Coach Jim Strong's Westhampton team, 6 to 0. The playing of diminuitive Billy Hay, Blue-White quarterback, featured the game. The little Justices have scheduled games also with Chester and Christchurch. * * * * MARSHALLITES INJURED Jimmy Mundy and Seabury Stoneburner were injured Saturday before last in the University of Richmond-V....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 November 1936

Page Six Annual Busy; Classes Active; "Record" to Press Annual Book Work Begun Adviser and Editor Choose Staff; Edna Fuqua, Eleanor Reams, Many Others Assist Approximately four hundred pictures having been made for The Marshallite, seniors have taken interest in the past two weeks, showing their pictures to classmates. By the second week in November all' pictures are to be in the hands of the editor of the year book. The staff has been very busy working on the senior and faculty sections for the 1937 year book. The members of the staff have said that they are well advanced in work. Subscription Campaign Beginning November 9 the school will be engaged for a week with the subscription campaign. Each day annuals may be reserved at recess by the payment of two dollars, in front of the cafeteria door. "Since no extra copies will be published, it is important to reserve annauls at that time," declared Mildred B. Wiltshire, the editor. Staff Now Complete The staff of this year's Marshallit...

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

No Loyal Marshallite Can Miss the Game With T. J.; Gome To Cheer the Tearn, But Watch Your Manners. No. 5 Vol. X. Jeff and John Shake Hands During Week Jefferson and John Marshall Delegates Exchange Visits; Commend Keen Rivalry "Never in all my life have I seen cleaner, harder fought football games than those between John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson," declared Coach Homer Baker of the Jefferson football team, speaking as a member of the delegation from that school, last Monday in the senior assembly. "Maury and Portsmouth, former bitter athletic rivals, have broken athletic relations. Let us hope that such a condition will never exist between our two schools." Good Will Visits The delegates from Tee Jay came here this week in carrying out an exchange of good will visits between the two high schools. A group of John Marshall representatives went to the West End school to talk on the same subject. We have looked forward to this game all the year," Edwin Thistlethwaite, representing ...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA <EgSS§ii3{© F/SP) (Newspaper Mem berj g||J Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Harold Cahn, Jack Jennings Managing Editor Billy McCauley Copy Editors Lucille Bishop, Gertrude Flippen Sports Writing Board Sam McCammon, Irving Jacob, Anna Mae Guza. , Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majorie N?ck, Anne Morton, Edith Nunnally. Alumni Editor Harold Owens Cadet Editor Gordon Thurston Art Editors Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor • • •••• -Alyce Sart| Advertising Manager Phyllis Shackelford Circulation Manager Elizabeth Hildebrand Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs... .Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson, Dixie Lawson, Vernelle Mitchell, Eleanor Reams, Linda Priddy, Mary Alice Smith, Mildred Wiltshire, Ruth Wiltsh...

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

Blue-White Tackles Crimson Wave Thursday THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND SAM McCAMMON some disappointment in John Marshall, but think of the unhappiness that the Justices have caused in their five foreign camps by their victories. There is no need begrudging the defeats because they were lost by the "breaks of the game", just as John Marshall has won many games by them. Then let's not alibi or "cry over spilt milk", but look forward to the Thomas Jefferson game tomorrow and the Petersburg game next week. The Justices might win these more important games by their very experience in these defeats. » * * * * BERRY AND BOLTZ OUT Elmo Berry, halfback, and "Monk" Boltz, center, have missed several games because of injuries, but both will probably crash tomorrow's line-up against Thomas Jefferson. However, Melbourne Clark and Durward Robertson have substituted well for them. * * * * JUSTICES STILL POWERFUL Although nosed out in their last two games, the Justices still remain...

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

Page Four Students Hear Several Speakers During Week Speaks Here On Education Mrs. Richardson Tells Seniors World Is Vastly Different From Few Generations Ago "The youth of today must make preparation for living in a vastly different world from that of a few generations ago," said Mrs. Eudora Ramsey Richardson, president of the Business and Professional Woman's Club here, traveler, lecturer, and author, when opening Education Week, November 9, in senior assembly. Economic System Changed "The economic system of the country has been revolutionized by mass production," she continued. "In the time of your grandmothers, people had to be responsible for their own security. Almost everything used was made at home. There were few telephones, automobiles, and other modern conveniences." Charming, cultured Mrs. Richardson aroused immediate interest by her witty, sometimes ironic statements, speaking in a rapid, low pitched voice. Individual Enterprise In her childhood, she said, almost all st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1936

Seniors Will Present Play In Auditorium Wednesday Before Christmas; Read Other Facts on Page One. No. 6 Vol. X. Miss Peple Begins Plans For Pageant Girls Practice for Christmas Play, To Consist of Special Dances, Acrobatics, Drill Great preparations are now under way for the Christmas play, which is not a play at all, but consists of dances, drills, and acrobatic stunts. Miss Mary Peple is cooperating with the class to make this Christmas revue a success. Besides the drill, there will be a solo dancer, a tumbler, and other special dances. Each person is to represent a Christmas tree ornament such as candy canes. Cast Chosen The cast, although it has been chosen, is subject to changes. So far, the drill is as follows: Phyliss Davis, Dorothy Dent, Gaynelle Jones, Catherine Childress, Edith Bowman, Catherine Ingraham, Dorothy Allen, Lucille Bluethgen, Gwendolyn Lewis, Jane Belmeur, Betty Fahr, Elaine iGentil, Vivian Boze, Carol Bishop, Nancy Robertson, Eva Balch, and Phyllis Parsley. T...

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