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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET F INTERHATIOHAD (j?r ("Member ( ) 1936-37 J » Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929 at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. r pj: tnr , ; n Chief Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Co-td.itori-in-i.niej Eugene Roane Managing Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sjorts M&iV.V.VJShYrW~d Eck, James Abernathy, Richard „. WllhS - Zerline Stockmar figure Editors .Antoinette Foxwell, Constance Dalton, Lou.se Dorothy Foster. .Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce r t'rilr Carlysle Pendleton c# ,* Marguerite Smith Art Staff.. ■ . • Frances Brown Exchange EdUor ...Kemper Fitch Advertising Manager •■ • ■ Franc „ Thrasher Circulation Manager _ Gaulding Assistants to Editorial arid Business Staff...

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

Justices Oppose Commodores at Norfolk THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JAMES ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY ANOTHER ALUMNUS SHINES Another John Marshall alumnus shines. This time it's Dave Ewell Jr. "Little Dave", as he is commonly called, defeated Earl »Howell, also a Marshallite of past years, 3 and 1 to win the city golf championship Sunday at the James River Course of the Country Club of Virginia. Ewell was well known at John Marshall as sports editor of The Monocle, a member of Quill and Scroll, and a golfer. Dave's victory climaxed many years of hard work and vain fighting. Until this year he always came close, but never won the coveted trophy. However, with this first dream realized, it is believed that he will not rest on his laurels, but will hold the crown for some time to come. * * * * SOMETHING STILL LACKING Despite the effects of this column, several boys around school, and a great majority of the teachers to arouse the school into backing the football team, .there is still some...

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

P age Four 'Record' Makes Debut with Variety of Features Short Talks Are Planned Group on Activities Arranges Series of Topics Which Will Be Discussed in Home Room Assuming that all home room organizations have been completed, the committee on activities has arranged a series of topics for discussion during the coming weeks. Each home room, after electing its officers, may appoint a committee to help arrange the programs for the activities period. These committees are to be changed every four weeks so that all students may participate. Discuss Courtesy The topics, scheduled by weeks, began October n, when the opening subject was courtesy. This suggests good behavior in class room, home room, in the halls, good manners in the cafeteria, proper conduct on street cars and buses going to and from school, as vrell as Cdurtesy everywhere. The discussion for October 18 was on the importance of good health, including corr?Ct posture, proper diet, and enough sleep. The Use of leisure time wa...

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

Help Richmond Community Fund Go Over the Top By Giving Generously; Teachers Attain 100%. Vol. XI. No. 5 Annual Sale Backs Fight For Health Mrs. Geline M. Bowman Tells Class Dangers of Disease; Asks Pupils To Support Sale "If we can get the young people of the state interested in health problems, we can go a long way toward solving them," Mrs. Geline M. Bowman stated when speaking to the journalism students, Monday before last. Mrs. Bowman was advocating the annual Christmas Seal Sale sponsored by the Richmond Tuberculosis Board of which she is a member. Preventable, Curable The speaker explained that tuberculosis is preventable and curable if it is caught in time. That is where the money from the sale of Christmas Seals goes, toward catching, preventing, and curing this insidious disease. There .are free clinics in Richmond at which the unfortunate people who are unable to pay for an examination are examined and often cured. The board member continued to say that the death rate from...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, IOJ EAST CARY STREET (Member ) 1936-37 ) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September IS, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. _ „ „ Girls' Sports Editor Zerlme Stockmar Feature Editors Antoinette Foxwell, Constance Dalton, Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce Cadet Reporter Carlysle Pendleton Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Frances Brown Advertising Manager Kemper Fitch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Assistants to Editorial and...

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

Here Are Some Who Will Be at the Game Tomorrow ' /" B 8 'd- .§ Jl 3111! M 811 is 9 - ——"• H mJM B«3nm B g Kfl W W J H il 11 1 i ,i i Mai 1 1 M , h M jy^aMx-fp^ :^w»- %5»^ :, 5 %.->.v.>.: |||WM|||M |||g|» ijiii iiiiiiiiiiii i» w MFSifnl DELEGATES TO LEXINGTON Si ' v j Left to right; Robert Rosenfeld, Ann Robey, Stuart Gates, Ninita Gonzalez. They'll be at the game instead of Lexington. Book Week Brings Contests to All Juniors Get Contest Blanks, Seniors Use One Theme, Sophomores Study Cartoons This week, as National Book Week, offered various contests for the different classes in John Marshall High School. The seniors contest subjects were "The Ten Books I Would Take to a Desert Island and Why," and "What John Marshall High School Library Has Meant to Me." Junior class students found copies of their contests in the library. All sophomore contestants studied the cartoon poster and handed in a list with the number and name of books they thought the pictures repres...

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

Page Four John Marshall = Thomas Jefferson Line Up To Play The 'Record' Has Speaker Printer Tells Magazine Staff Punctuation Is Most Vital; Gives Interesting Examples "Punctuation is perhaps the most important thing in printing," stated Mr. Frank Cavedo of Cottrell and Cooke's, speaking to members of The Record staff one Thursday afternoon. The small, dark printer gave several amusing examples to illustrate his point. "Proper names cause a great deal of trouble," Mr. Cavedo continued, "especially uncommon ones. In stories you should always print an unusual proper name in all capital letters the first time it is used." Mr. Cavedo told the staff members of the printers' troubles and preferences. "I should like to have the material at least fifteen days before the magazine comes out. The Record is one of my pets," he continued, "and I want it to look its very best." Laughing, he said that some day he wanted to show the magazine to people and be proud of it. "We take our time in printin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 November 1937

Jay Em Clashes with Tee Jay Tomorrow THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JAMES ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY HEAR, YE! HEAR, YE! It's here at last, what we've been waiting for. The annual football game—the classic of the season —the fight for pride —the fight for a trophy—the John Marshall-Thomas Jefferson football game at the stadium tomorrow. This is to be one of the most eventful games in the history of prep football. Justices Outweighed When the two teams go into action tomorrow, the Justices will be outweighed by the Jeffs. But then weight isn't everything. You've got to have that old spirit, that pride, that ambition to win; we have it; let's show it. The Jeffs' line weight is about 171 pounds, whole our line weight is about 165. The Jeffs slightly outweigh us in the backfield, the Jeffs backfield weight being 178 and ours 168. The Years Gone By John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson have been playing football for the last six years. Since 1931 the Justices have won four out the six games, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 November 1937

Page Six Ruth Slayman Gets Autograft of Nino Martini 'Marshall ite* Wins Honors Yearbook Entered in N.S.P.A Is Complimented on Sports; Feature Section also Good " With a score of 775 out of a possible 1,000 The Marshalliie received first class honor rating in the National Scholastic Press Association in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The book was classed as interesting, dignified, and valuable to be kept for future references. Other fine points included the athletic section which was thorough, complete, and very effective, and the feature section of which the judge said, "One can find little fault with your selection of pictures for human interest. The birthday picture (of Mr. James C. Harwood) would be bard to beat. There is a considerable variety in pictures in this section. "The individuals seem to be Caught in the act rather than posing for the picture," continued the officials. The book has a complete record of the activities of the year and the judges think that the book is one that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 December 1937

Quill and Scroll Initiation To Be Broadcast for First Time This Afternoon from WRVAat4P.M. Listen! Vol. XI. Ceremonies Take Place OverWRVA New Quill and' Scroll Members To Participate in Initiation; Sponsor Will Present Pins Aspirants to the John Marshall chapter of the Quill and Scroll will be initiated in a ceremony this afternoon over WRVA at 4:00 P. M. Those to receive their pins are Ninita Gonzalez and Robert Rosenfeld, edi-tors-in-chief of The Monocle, for their work on the newspaper; Caroline Eason, copy editor of The Monocle, for her work on the paper; Richard Jeffrey, sports editor of The Monocle and circulation manager of The Marshallite, for his work on The Monocle; Antoinette Foxwell, feature editor of The Monocle for her newspaper work; Ray Gaulding, advertising manager of The Marshallite and photograph editor of The Monocle for his work on both publications; Gene Woodfin, assistant editor of The Record, faculty editor of The Marshallite, and reporter on The Monocle, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 December 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET (jiflSf VM CMember ( . ) 19J6-J7^ g|gj Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Caroline Eason toys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Hey wood Willis. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors.. . Antoinette Foxwell, Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce Cadet Reporter Carlysle Pendleton Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Frances Brown Advertising Manager Kemper Fitch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor _. Ray Gauldinz Assistants to Editorial...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 December 1937

Justices Lose Final Games to Jeffs and Wave THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JAMES ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY With our annual Thanksgiving Day clash with the Crimson Tide of Petersburg, we have just completed another year of football. . There was nothing spectacular about this season. It was just another season; in fact it was one of the worst seasons a Jay Em football team has had in many a year. We started with a team as good as the average. We started with a win over the Randolph Bees. In our second try, we were tied by Alexandria 6 to 6. In our third game we journeyed to Lynchburg with nearly one hundred students accompanying the team. The boys easily brushed aside Glass High 19 to 6. However, in our next engagement at the stadium we met the Saint Christopher Saints and were defeated 6 to o. At this game Saint Christopher, a school with a student body of a little over a hundred pupils, had more persons present than we did, we, who have a student body of 3,000, almost thirty times tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 December 1937

Page Four Miss Nora Phillips Relates Many Incidents inTeaching 'Marshallite' Starts Work Various Departments Started On John Marshall Yearbook By Recently Chosen Staff Two departments of The Marshalliie, John Marshall's yearbook, have already been completed through the work of the newly chosen staff. The faculty pages, edited by Gene Woodfin, have been rearranged in shape and style, and are ready for the publisher. Class editors, Anne Pavey, Bruce English, Dorothy Quinn, and Vivian Latham, have worked on the section of the book devoted to seniors. They have planned a trial page on which to model all others and all are well pleased. Pictures for other departments have been taken and all have turned out well. The football team has been photographed, and pictures of the girls' hockey squad have also been taken. Nancy Brooker will edit the girls' sport pages. Other members of the staff include Jane Craig, club editor; Joe Grubbs, cadet editor; Ray Gaulding, advertising manager; and Rich...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 December 1937

Christmas Mother Makes Plea for Needy Families; Funds Running Low; Asks For Immediate Donations. Vol. XI. Dr. Hu Tells Of Present Chinese War Chinese Scholar Dubs Japan » "Public Enemy Number 1"; Asks for World Sympathy "Japan is, as Americans would say, a Public Enemy Number i and must be held responsible for the destruction of our great world order which reigned for twelve years," said Dr. Hu Shih, Chinese scholar, as he spoke before an audience in the John Marshall High School auditorium last Friday night. Dr. Hu stated that this war between China and Japan is, in equipment, the most modern ever fought, using all the progress made in warfare during the past twenty years. "During the entire four years of the World War," he declared, "the total weight of the bombs dropped in the United Kingdom was 300 tons. During the first two weeks of the present war bombs dropped in China amounted to more than 300 tons." League "Paper Tiger" "Japan was never happier, never more respected by the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 December 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET fIwrEBNtTIONAO ML , N (Member ( jf"» j 1936-37) J|SP|| Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eclc, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors. .. Antoinette Foxwell, Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce Cadet Editor Carlysle Pendleton Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Frances Brown Advertising Manager Kemper Fitch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Assistants t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 December 1937

Football Over — Justices Begin Basketball THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JAMES ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY BOWLING Well, the Cadet Bowling League is coming right along. The first half of the season is over, and E Company is standing on the top round of the ladder with an average of 506.24, while A Company trails close on their heels with an average of s°°-35* The other companies following close behind are C Company 474-7) D Company 448.13, Headquarters 444.2, and B Company bringing up the rear with an average of 427.16. You know, I believe that this Cadet Bowling League draws just as much attention as do the football games. It gives every man in the corps who can throw a ball down an alley a chance to try his luck—maybe he is good and maybe not, but you never can tell until you really try. Of course I'm not saying any boy in school doesn't have a chance to play football, but it doesn't take heavy men to bowl. I received a letter from the John Marshall Alleys sometime ago saying that the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 December 1937

Page Four K. H. Sisson Tells Events Of Itinerary Electrical Instructor Attends American Vocational Meet; Receives Royal Treatment "It would take me two or three days to tell you the things that I did," said Mr. Keeling Sisson laughing, when asked to relate some of the incidents of the American Vocational Association which he attended December 1-4 in Baltimore. Sitting at his desk, he explained that the association is composed of teachers, supervisors, and administrators who are interested in or engaged in American vocations. There were about 5,000 delegates from the United States, Alaska, and Germany. Banquets Five Hours "I went to a banquet, and stayed for five hours. When I left, it had promise of lasting two and a half hours longer." He smiled as if concealing something and continued, "I reached my capacity in those five hours." He was royally entertained by school officials, teachers, and the student body of the schools of Baltimore. There were luncheons and banquets for visitin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 January 1938

Pupils Should Pick Studies Wisely To Enter College, Business; Principal Urges Special Check of Courses. No. 8 Vol. XI. 227 Expect . To Graduate In February One Hundred Seventeen Boys And One Hundred Ten Girls End Stay at John Marshall Numbering seven more boys than girls, more than two hundred students of the February graduating class will, on Monday, January thirty-first, end their stay at John Marshall if they have passed their tests. The application list has grown until there are now two hundred and twentyseven applicants on file. Of this total, one hundred and seventeen are boys, whereas one hundred and ten are girls. Agee—Alston The girl graduates are as follows: Helen Agee, Louise Alston, Louise Anderson, Permelia Baker, Myrtle Barnes, Edith Bowman, Edith Braxton, Nancy Brooker, Delilah Brown, Frances Brown, Alvenia Burns, Wretha Carlisle, Delia Carter, Floyd Carter, Frances Cash, Katherine Claiborne, Helen Clayman, Marion Clements, Anne Coghill, Tillie Cohen, Mildred Coor, Ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 January 1938

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET fIwTEaWATIONAQ S3 ZJt (Member ) '936-37 ) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. Girls' Sports Editor ; Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors... Antoinette Foxwell, Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce Cadet Editor Carlysle Pendleton Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Frances Brown Advertising Manager Kemper Fitch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor RayGauldine Assistants to Editorial an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 January 1938

J. M. Basketball Quintet Remains Undefeated THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By SHERWOOD ECK AND RICHARD JEFFREY BASKETBALL Well, it seems as though the Justices courtmen are coming right along in their season on the court this year. They played a few practtice games before they started in on their regular schedule. They (jidn't look bad either, although Coach Dave Miller said the boys need more training. In their first three scheduled games of the season, the Blue and White quintet romped on their opponents. First they defeated Ashland 35 to 19; next they took on the courtmen from West Point, defeating them 54 to 19; and then in the University of Richmond's ninth annual prep cage carnival, the Justices encountered a strong Central High team from Washington, D. C., defeating them by a score of 37-34. The Justices played Glen Allen in a practice game the other day, and the boys surely looked good. In shooting long goals, short goals, and putting into practice the plays that Coach Miller has map...

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