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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA <i|HTpm*TIOWA^» PSA , _ Lgf (Newspaper | 'c*V»' jMemberJ Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the PMtsffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1579. 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, Majone Npck, Anne Morton, Edith Nunnally. , . _ Alumni Editor • • H , arol^ . ow f" s Cadet Editor ....Gordon Thurston Art Editors Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor du'iV'cu £ if*,!! Advertising Manager ..Plhyllis Shackelford Circulation Manager ■ ••• -Ehzabeth Hildebrand Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs .... Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson, Dixie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 December 1936

Football Over; Justices Look to Basketball THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND SAM McCAMMON f .. A 1 has been all season long the best man in the Blue-White secondary defense. He has made many tackles as well as broken up and intercepted many passes. He has started every game and been one of the most depndable ground gainers as well as doing the passing and the punting. He also dropkicked several points and is the second highest Justice scorer. A 1 has shown splendid control in punting out of bounds under the 20-yard strip, and he has gained many yards on that reverse from his wingback position. Yet because he is modest and is not a grand stand player, he has been overlooked for the teams. And ye ol' scribe is not alone in saying that "they done him wrong." * * * * MARSHALLITES—ALL-STATE After the official All-State teams were announced, three Marshallites, Mike West, Jim Farley, and Frank Jones, had made the teams. Mike West is a guard and captain of the University of Ri...

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

Page Four Cadets Visit Annapolis with Commandant Cadets Visit Midshipmen Bancroft Hall, World's Largest Dormitory, Is Inspected by High School Cadet Group Eighteen John Marshall cadets journeyed to Annapolis, Maryland, November 25 and under the guidance of Captain James C. Anthony, cadet commandant, and Captain Joseph Shoemaker, assistant commandant, went through the United States Naval Academy. Tecumseh Has War Paint The cadets departed from the Gray's Armory early in the morning and, arriving in Washington, D. C., about noon, made a short sight seeing trip throughout the city. After dining at Annapolis, the party entered the grounds of the Naval Academy. The cadets inspected Bancroft Hall, the largest dormitory in the world, in front of which is located a statue of Tecumseh. The statue was painted in brilliant hues, and a naval officer remarked that the plebes had the job of filing off the paint after the ArmyNavy classic. An old Chinese bell stood in some evergreens nearby, and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1936

Enter the Creative Writing Contest Open To Juniors And Seniors; First Prize, A Four-Year Scholarship. No. 7 Vol. X. Junior Class Has Contest; Vote in 107 Members Will Vote on Three Most Beautiful Maidens; All Classes Will Join in Dance Members of the junior class will vote on their three most beautiful girls today and next Monday and Tuesday, at the request of the Camera Club of Richmond, according to an announcement by Miss Allene Archer, sponsor of the junior class. Camera Club, Sponsor A representative of the Camera Club will select the one of the three who in his opinion will photograph best. The girl chosen will be selected to show the different effects of lighting in photography. These photographs will be shown at the coming Virginia Photographic Exhibit to be held in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts from February 7 to March 4. The three girls will be chosen from among the following: Mildred Fisher, who is vice-president of the junior class; Jane Kirby, last year's sponsor of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1936

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTERNATIONAL!) L&r (Newspaper prfc ) Member) IGGP^L Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postaffice 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 Editor Sam McCammon Associate Sports Editor Anna Mae Guza Assistant Sports Editor •••• • • • I / V . ,n ? Ja co ° s Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majone N->ck, Anne Morton, Edith Nunnally. . Alumni Editor Harold Owens Cadet Editor ...Gordon Thurston Art Editors Douglas Dixon, Carmen Hsner Exchange Editor DU'IV Advertising Manager Phyllis Shackelford Circulation Manager EUzabeth Hildebrand Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff 5 .... Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1936

J. M. Dominates All-State; Basketball Starts Siegfried and Boltz Lead 1937 Justice Grid Team Winston Siegfried, fullback, and Morris Boltz, center, were elected to co-captains of the 1937 John Marshall football team in a meeting .of the Monogram Club, last Monday. Siegfried was awarded with all-city, all-state, and all-Southern honors this year, while Boltz was given a post on the all-city team. Justices Top State Team Capt. McLaughlin, Siegfried, Thrasher Make All-State Rating for Virginia Team Placing three men on the first team, John Marshall last week won highest honor in the All-Virginia High School League Football team picked by fifteen coaches from Virginia high schools. John Marshall boys receiving honorable mention are Howard Ballowe, Morris Boltz, and A 1 Hamilton. The highest individual honors were split between two John Marshall standouts, Lee McLaughlin, 195-pound tackle, and Winston Siegfried, 175pound back, and George Carroll, Maury's 190-pound full back. All received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1936

Page Four Harold Cahn Attends N. S. P. A. Convention N.S.P.A.HoIds Convention Co-editor Represents Monocle At Detroit Convention; 4,600 Delegates from 32 States With i,600 delegates from thirty-two states, the fifteenth annual convention of the National Scholastic Press Association met in Detroit, Michigan, on December 3, 4, and 5. John Marshall sent as its representative Harold Cahn, co-editor of the Monocle. Seventy-five Lectures Besides tours of the city, the program included seventy-five lectures and round-table discussions from which the delegates were to choose. The meetings were planned to afford inspiration and new ideas to the staffs of the high school publications. Most of the students were in Detroit for the first time and took advantage of their trip by visiting the Ford Plant, Greenfield Village, the Detriot newspapers and radio stations, and Canada. Guest Speakers /Guest speakers at the convention ■were Christopher Morley, writer and critic, Edgar A. Guest, Michigan's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1937

Gome to the Senior-Junior-Sophomore Dance Tonight In the Wythe Gymnasium; Admission by Class Card. No. 8 Vol. X. Bethel To Ask Name To Be Tiarwood' Harold Dolsey Proposed Name For Athletic and Drill Lot In Newspaper of Last Year At the suggestion of The Monocle, Mr. Ralph C. Bethel will go before the School Board next Friday to ask that it name the athletic field now under construction in honor of Mr. James C. Harwood. Harold Dolsey, sports editor of the Monocle la9t year, first proposed that the field be named for the principal. The editors have taken up the idea this year, and it was finally brought to the attention of Mr. Bethel. Mr. Bethel, who is a member of the Common Council from Clay Ward, said that he was interested in the matter because he graduated from this school in 1919. While here he played basketball and football. He was one of the leaders in obtaining the athletic field. One Obstacle The councilman stated that the only difficulty he expects from the School Board is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ONTEWATIONAD fj?f- (Newspaper f ) Member) (jg|pyyj Member, Southern lnterscholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the office 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 Editor Sam McCammon Associate Sports Editor Anna Mae Guza Assistant Sports Editor • "»/ v - in ? M°°l. S Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majone Nock, Anne Morton, Edith Nunnally. ~ _ Alumni Editor HaroW Owens Cadet Editor ...Gordon Thurston Art Editors Douglas Dixon, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor Av'iVei. £ u 3r !l Advertising Manager . . Phyllis Shackelford Circulation Manager _. .Elizabeth Hildebrand Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. .. .Robert Marks, Frances Bennett, Bertha Cropper, Doris Dyson, Di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1937

Courtmen Battle George Washington High THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND SAM McCAMMON s \; "' \ ' , a John Marshall's alumni, Billy Hopkins and Fred Hardy, were defeated in the track meet in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans week before last. Hopkins, who holds the iOO-yard and the 220-yard dash records at John Marshall, was nosed out in his specialty, the 100-yard dash while Hardy, who also captained the Justice thin clads, chased his rivals in ahead of him in the 1,500-meter run. The contestants for the events were picked from colleges all over the country which made competition keen. Hopkins was chosen from the University of Virginia and Hardy from the University of North Carolina. * * * * BILL DOWNEY Among the best professional basketball players in Richmond is a former Justice star, Bill Downey, who after leaving the Blue-White, made a berth on the all-conference team while at V. M. I. Bill is now coaching baseball and basketball at St. Christopher's. * * * * CAGERS OP...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1937

Page Four Juniors Lead Honor Roll for Month of December Junior Tops Honor Group Evelyn Cosby Obtains Highest Marks for Third Time This Term; Ninita Gonzalez Next Evelyn Linda Cosby, 316, won highest honors for the third consecutive month with an average of 99 on classes. Ninita Gonzalez, 312, took second place for the month of December, with an average of 98. Jack Jones, 204, claimed third place with grades averaging 97.7, while James Harris, 2B received fourth place with an average of 97.6. Others who received more than 95 were Evelyn Byrd Harrison, 96.8; Naomi Lewis, 96.5; William Lawrence Parker, 96.2; Lucille Bishop, 96; Charles Borill, 96; Louise Hittlemayer, 95.7; Ray Jordon Washer, 95.6; Bernard Silverman, 95.6; Joyce Nelson, 95.4; La Verne Priddy, 95.4; Naomi Pence, 95.2; Roy Matthews, 95.2. 105 Leads Home room 105 led for the third consecutive time by having the largest number of honor students, which was eight, from that room. Sixty-seven Marshallites were in the honor gro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1937

Louisville Teacher Tells Marshallites of Horrors And Work of Rescue In Recent Ohio River Flood. Vol. X. No. 9 Thomas Barr Relates Ohio Flood Story Teacher and Coach at Rugby University Is Ninety-Six Continuous Hours on Flood "If the James River were to rise in Richmond proportionally as high as the Ohio River rose in Louisville, Kentucky, the water would envelope the Maury monument on Monument Avenue. Water at this depth would partially submerge John Marshall High," said Mr. Thomas Barr, teacher and coach at Rugby University in Louisville, when he recently visited his friend, Coach Dave Miller. Since all the schools and universities in Louisville are being used as hospitals for the care of the sick and injured, all teaching has been discontinued. Police Work "I did quite a bit of police work," explained Mr. Barr, "and before I left the water after ninety-six continuous hours of being on duty, I helped rescue many persons." All over the city there were no means of communication; tele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA O ONTERNATIQNAO _ Jgf (Newspaper ( j MembeQ Member, Southern Interscholasiic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P°stoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Harold Cahn, Jack Jennings Managing Editor McCauley Copy Editor Gertrude Flippen Boys' Sports Editor Bob Steele Girls' Sports Editor Anna Mae Guza Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Majorie Nock, Edith Nunnally Alumni Editor .Robert Waitt Cadet Editors Gordon Thurston, Stephen Gano Art Editor Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor • • • -Edgar Jenkins Advertising Manager Phyllis Shackelford Assistant Advertising Manager Anne Warnner Circulation Manager Elizabeth Hildebrand Assistant Circulation Manager.. ...Walter Beverly Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Doris Dyson, Eleanor Reams, Linda Priddy, Mildred Wiltshire, Ann Robey, Helen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1937

Undefeated Quint Faces Commodores Tonight Justice Men Drub Jeffs Undefeated Millermen Blast Thomas Jefferson, 40 to 29, For 14th Victory of Season Continuing their sensational undefeated drive, John Marshall's rampaging basketball men rang up their fourteenth consecutive win at the Jefferson gymnasium, last Tuesday, as they handed the Thomas Jefferson five a 40 to 29 drubbing, in one of the hardest fought games of the season. Rated underdogs at the start, the Jeffs made a brilliant battle of it, trailing by five points at the end of the first half with the score 21 to 16 in favor of the Blue-Whites. The Red and White band, aided by those beautiful Jeff girl cheer-leaders, added color to the affair, with the Belt Line supporters cheering wildly at every Tee Jay point. Scoring honors for the evening were shared by Meyer Lefkowitz, flashy Jeff captain, and Elmo Berry, John Marshall's veteran forward, with thirteen points each. Curtis Jennings was run-ner-up with nine. Captain Billy McC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1937

Page Four School Library Reports Vandalism of Property Thurston Is Cadet Head Captain Anthony Names Hay, Matthews, Guinn, Whitlock, Thurston, Lowe Captains (Continued from page one) B Company Cadet Captain, William F. Dickinson ; Second Lieutenants, William L. Glenn, Welford Harris; First Sergeant, Stephen Gano; Supply Sergeant, Edward R. Woodward; Sergeants, James F. Peyronnet, Carlton E. Finke, Richard Carner, Clarence C. Cosby, Samuel M. Alexander, Sherwood B. Eck; Corporals, William L. Norvell, Staunton I. Cottrell, Roy C. Rhodes, Cyrus M. Bache, John B. Eitel, Leroy L. Sterling, Marlin L. Nolan, Earl T. Reynolds; Lance-Corporals, Floyd E. Jarvis, Joe S. Baird, Jennings W. Ward. C Company Cadet Captain, Charles T. Whitlock; First Lieutenant, James A. McDonough; Second Lieutenant, George T. Williams; First Sergeant, Herman J. West; Supply Sergeant, Joseph Southward ; Sergeants, John R. Kellison, Robert L. Williams, Joseph E. Field, Alden Y. Ruffin, Victor Rogers; Corporals, Warre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 March 1937

Do Your Part To Promote Success of Safety Idea To Be Held Here Months Of March, April, and May. No. 10 Vol. X. Psychiatrist Gives Pupils Safety Talk Doctor Warns Juniors Against Lax Driving and Becoming Speed Demon or Dreamer "Difficulties in driving an automobile or in walking the streets as a pedestrian are often due to the emotions of the individual," explained Dr. Faith F. Gordon while speaking to the junior student body last Wednesday in assembly. Psychiatrist for Families Dr. Gordon is employed as a psychiatrist by the Family Service Society where she studies and tries to aid both the individual and the family whose emotional difficulties interfere with their ability to get along with themselves and their associates. "There are ten different types of persons either walking or driving our streets today who are affected with mental hygiene diseases," said the sturdy gray haired doctor. Before coming to Richmond a year ago last June, Dr. Gordon was connected with the North Caroli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 March 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (INTEBNATIONAO pin , (Newspaper{ rrfffge jMember] WM Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association 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 Editor Gertrude Flippen Boys' Sports Editor Bob Steele Girls' Sports Editor Anna Mae Guza Feature Editors Edna Fuqua, Edith Nunnally Alumni Editor Robert Waitt Cadet Editors Gordon Thurston, Stephen Gano Art Editors Woody Wren, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor J e ?] cin s Advertising Manager Phyllis Shackelford Assistant Advertising Monager Anne Warriner Circulation Manager Elizabeth Hildebrand Assistant Circulation Manager ...Walter Beverly Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Doris Dyson, Eleanor Reams, Linda Priddy, Mildred Wiltshire, Ann Robe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 March 1937

Blue-White Cagers Play in State Semi-Finals THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND 808 STEELE NO BENEDICTINE GAME Although some students are disappointed that John Marshall cannot win the city championship this year, the school has much greater opportunity for fame with the State and South Atlantic contests. As Mr. Fowlkes said, we are much more interested in State competition, since the field is larger. Let's stop crying over the city title and look forward to the other two crowns. "Because of a conflict of schedules and various other complications, the game just wasn't scheduled," stated Mr. Floyd E. Fowlkes, athletic director, in explaining the matter. * * * * TRACK AND BASEBALL When beautiful Miss Spring, with her flowers and birds and bees, arrives about the middle of this month, she will bring with her the start of track and baseball at John Marshall. Every year the Justices turn out good teams in both these sports — but they rarely have a dozen students on the field t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 March 1937

Page Four Marshallites Go Dramatic with Play and Opera Girls Motor To Meeting Girl Reserve Club Delegates, With Miss Cottrell, Attend Meeting at Washington, D. C. Dixie Lawson, Pearl Woodfin, Zurline Stockmar, and Miss Dorothy Cottrell went to a Girl Reserve MidWinter Conference at Washington last week-end. The delegates motored to the conference which started at noon Saturday and ended at two o'clock Sunday afternoon. When they arrived, members of the Washington Girl Reserves took them to their homes. After a talk on National Youth Administration, came lunch. Saturday afternoon the Blue Triangle Club members presented a gypsy operetta, Miss Caroline O'Day spoke on '"The PanAmerican Peace Conference, and Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke to the conference about peace and its importance. "We had a delicious banquet at 6:45 P. M. Then I chaperoned a group of girls to see Eddy Duchin. I enjoyed this a great deal," smiled Miss Dorothy Cottrell as she told about her enjoyable week-end...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 March 1937

The Monocle Presents with This Issue Bob's and Flo's Adventures, Comic Strip Dealing with College Life. Vol. X. No. 11 Evelyn Cosby Again Leads Pupils in J. M. Evelyn Byrd Harrison, Senior, Gomes Second with Average Of 97.6; James Harris, 3rd Evelyn Cosby, 3H5, led the students who made the honor roll, with an average of 98.5. Evelyn Byrd Harrison was second with 97.6. Those making an average of 95 or above were James Harris, 96; Virginia Anthony, 96; Helen James Hill, 95.7; Martha Beverley, 95.6; and Ninita Gonzalez, 95- James Price Jr. Others who made the honor roll were James Price Jr., Ellen Shaw, Naomi Pence, Eugene Buchanan, Mae Bache, Stephen Markley Gano, Juan Orts Gonzalez, Wilbur Otis Skinner, Naomi Lewis, Linda Priddy, Anne Warriner, Betty Woodson, Marion Rice, Sherwood Eck, Haywood Ellis, Antoinette Foxwell. Dorothy Dill Also, there were Caroline Woolridge Filger, William Shaia, Dorothy Dill, Dewitt Ellis, Nancy Oxenham, Mary Elder, Sally Hart Powell, Nell Margaret Burne...

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