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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 January 1938

Page Four Public Speaking Class Plays Shakespeare in Assembly Poe Stories Excite Class Tales Of Horror Thrill Girls, Entertain Boys; Group Finds Class More Fun Than Work Members of Miss Emily Holloway's public speaking i class, meeting during the fifth period, were entertained last week by each member of the class telling his favorite short story. Edgar Allen Poe was the most popular author from which the students took their stories. His red blooded stories of murder thrilled the young ladies and entertained the boys. Good Old Favorites Among the Poe stories told were "The Black Cat," "The Tell Tale Heart," "The Fall Of The House Of U«her," "Hop Frog," and "The Oblong Box." Stuart Gates, Ann Robey, Helen Leadbetter, Kermit Potter, and Virginia Trippe were the tellers of these horror tales. However, Poe was not the only favorite mystery story writer, for Elsie Andrews chose "The Red Headed League," a Sherlock Holmes story with a unique plot, and Russell Nowell excited the class with ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 February 1938

Graduating Class of 1880 Has Only Twenty-Five Members; Nineteen Are Girls; See First Page. Vol. XI. Commandant Is Appointed By Governor Honorable James Price Names Capt. J. Crenshaw Anthony On Incoming Military Staff "Each new Governor invites acting or former officers of the army, navy, or marine corps to be members of his military staff, explained modest Captain James C. Anthony, commandant of the corps of cadets, whom Governor James H. Price recently appointed to his military staff, as the appointee sat in his office in the Gray's Armory last Monday. Duty of Staff Smiling, the commandant said that the members of the military staff were formerly addressed as "colonels", but since this custom was abusive it has been discontinued. Now a member of the staff retains the same rank and title he formerly held. "The staff's main duty is to accompany the Governor on public or state occasions," continued Captain Anthony willingly answering questions. "Oftentimes only a part of the staff att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 February 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 (INTERNATIONAL!) a Member, Southern lnterscholastic 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 Gene Wood fin Boys' Sports Editors Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor Mildred Mason Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Cadet Reporter Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Moss Advertising Manager Jane Craig Associate Advertising Managers Kemper Fitch, Dorothy Brown Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. . . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 February 1938

Justices Lose to Teejay; Win over Wilson THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY John Marshall for many years has been considered one of the best known schools throughout the South for its competitive spirit and its prep school athletics. We have had at John Marshall some of the most widely recognized athletes throughout the South. We are not bragging, but we are proud of our record. For a long period of time John Marshall has held a ranking place in football, basketball, baseball, and track throughout this section of the country. A few days ago John Oliver of the sports staff of The Richmond News Leader said that boys who want to take part in athletics will gradually begin to move westward toward the direction of Thomas Jefferson. He implied that Thomas Jefferson is the school today and that Thomas Jefferson will soon dominate prep school athletics and take away the position which John Marshall now holds, thus forcing John Marshall to take a back seat. Our view...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 February 1938

Page Four High School Gets Many New Pupils Bainbridge, East End, Albert H. Hill, Chandler, and Binford Send 450 Pupils East End, Bainbridge, Albert H. Hill, Binford, and Chandler Junior High Schools sent approximately 450 new pupils to the school on January 31, when the new term opened. "I just love the cafeteria," responded little Mozelle Bell of Bainbridge Junior High when asked how she liked the school, "and that's because they have lemon custard pie." A. J. Meoni, an East Ender, who is taking the college preparatory course and wants to become a cadet thinks the school is all right, fine at least. The cafeteria is not large in A. J.'s opinion for the number of pupils it has to accommodate. "I like it even better than I thought I would," joined in Georgia Timberlake. Several other newcomers sighed at the large crowd going through the halls as if wondering what was going on about them. Many of the new pupils come hardly up to their comrades' shoulders. Adores Teachers Maxine Bailey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 February 1938

Boat Construction, Plane Building Among Many Hobbies of Students Attending High School. Vol. XI. Improvement Found Since Class of 'BO President of Paper Company Recalls Details of School; Notices Increase of Students "Many changes have been made in the system of education since I graduated, when schools were crude," said Mr. Robert S. Crump, president of the Standard Paper Company and a graduate of the class of 1880 from old Richmond High School, as he reminisced in his office last Wednesday a week ago. Among the most noticeable of these, Mr. Crump said, was the great increase in students. His class had only twenty-five graduates, which is a small number compared to the 500 graduates of John Marshall last June. The classes were arranged differently in those days, beginning with the first grammar grade. This compared with the sophomore class. Then followed the intermediate and the senior grades. Have Chapel "Every morning we went to chapel on the second floor, where religious service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 February 1938

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET CTjtp»UTipH^ ppgp PTIPr (Member EST. jgjpp S %4SSOQ>^ 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Gene Woodfin Boys' Sports Editors Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor Mildred Mason Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Cadet Reporter Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Moss Advertising Manager Jane Craig Associate Advertising Managers Kemper Fitch, Dorothv Brown Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs... .Je...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 February 1938

Justices Play George Washington Here Today THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY Well, Coach Hank Noble is rounding into shape another John Marshall track squad to compete against other schools this season. Coach Noble has stated that around forty-five men responded to the first call. There should have been more. With the exception of three lettermen the squad will be the same as last year. The lettermen who are returning this season are Paul McMullin and Albert Tillery, of the sprinting department; George Wash and Irvin Chasen, the principal distance men; Tommy Moncrief, who will handle the javelin; and Clinton Moore, who will co-captain the squad this year with Albert Tillery and will be one of the best pole vault men in the state this year. Moore was handicapped last year by a sprained ankle. The track squad will suffer the loss of Lee McLaughlin, weight man, and it will be a hard job to find another man who can fill his shoes. The Justices will lose, also,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 February 1938

Page Four Well Known Persons Are Again Pupils Margaret Wilson, Charles Lamb, Seniors Enrolled in 212; Musicians Are Listed Authors, musicians, and historical characters are among the many famous persons represented in John Marshall and George Wythe by pupils who bear their names. George Elliot, author of Silas Marner, though the name is spelled differently, is a member of home room 206. Another author enrolled in John Marshall is Rupert Hughes of 303. Among the names of journalists are Elsie Robinson of 110W, who writes "I'll Tell the World", William Parker of 2D, an American journalist, and Jean Carter of 207W, editor of TimcsDispalch Children's Club. Leading the list of musicians are George Hall of 316 and Johnny Long of 206, who are orchestra leaders. Margaret Wilson of 212, daughter of Woodrow Wilson, and Anne Jamison of 205, soprano of Hollywood Hotel, are included in the group of musically talented persons. There are two JoHn Lewises, a double-headed head of the C. I. 0., in G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 March 1938

J. M., T. J. Orchestras Give Broadcast over N. B. C. Red Network Saturday At Mosque; See Story. Vol. XI. Local Store Gives Shrine In Ceremony \Vm. B.Thalhimer Jr., Former Marshallite Presents Shrine; Francis H. Bacon, Architect Mr. William B. Thalhimer Jr., former Marshallite, presented in senior assembly Monday, the replica of the Shrine of the Consituation which John Marshall won by having the greatest number of students to cast vote& for it. Anniversary of Constitution * The United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission was created by Congress in 1935 for the purpose of planning a nation-wide celebration of the 150 th anniversary of the formation, ratification, and establishment of the Constitution. The chairman of this commission is Franklin D. Roosevelt, : President of the United States. Designed by Francis H. Bacon The original Shrine was designed by the architect, Francis H. Bacon, whose brother designed the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. The replica, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 March 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 CIHTMHATIOHAU IN —— 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. Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor ••••• J" Wood , nn Boys' Sports Editors Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor Ze A ,ine . S, °l krl l ar Feature Editors Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor M |ldred Mason Photograph Editor Ra ? r Gaulding Cadet Reporter Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Moss Advertising Manager - •'••••••• - Jane Craig Associate Advertising Managers Kemper Fitch, Dorothy Brown Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs Jean Bruce, Marg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 March 1938

Basketball Season Over; Justices Start Track THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY Did any of you see the basketball game with Maury High School the other night? All of you should have attended it and watched the Justices romp on those fellows from down in Norfolk, 44-28. I have not seen such a comeback and such good old John Marshall fighting spirit in a long time. Those boys went right in there and showed the stuff that they're made of. I don't mean to be swelling their heads or anything like that, and maybe I am doing wrong about praising them—but back to our subject, our boys sure laid it hot and heavy on those fellows from Maury. I said I've never seen such a comeback. Well I'll explain that too. You see our basketball team had been beaten four straight games before we went into this match with the Commodores, but what I'm getting at is that one of these victorious teams was Maury who licked us 31-29 a few weeks ago. So you see with that old high school s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 March 1938

Page Four Home Rooms Have Variety Of Programs With talks of hobbies, movies, and cooperation of students the home room programs have gotten into full swing since the organization of this term. Collects Weapons Ben Rouzie of 304 divides his spare time among several hobbies. Included in these are collecting arrowheads and match covers, writing poetry, and saving all old weapons. "I like collecting weapons more than any of my hobbies because old weapons are well worth saving," Ben told a reporter. Movies in 211 Members of home room 211 have chosen to discuss movies and actors in their meetings. Already the class has talked about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and IVells Fargo. Much was added to their discussion by pictures loaned them by the librarian. Collect Money Money seems to be the desire of collectors in 113. Alice Williams collects liberty head nickels. Ellen Harrison goes for smaller change and collects pennies. Henry Curry and Barbara Patterson both in room 113 collect wish ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1938

Drama Class Will Present 'She Stoops To Conquer'; Miss Peple Supervises; Date of Play April 8-9. Vol. XI. Participation Organization Hears Talks Pupils Meet with Members i Of Faculty To Consider Phases of Planned System Members of the student participation committee talked on different phases of the movement before a combined student and faculty committee last Tuesday. Of the committee of twenty students, ten gave their speeches on Tuesday. Robert Rosenfeld, editor of The Monocle, telling of the poll that was held by the school paper as to what the students thought of participation, said that 80% i of the students here favored the movement and 18% were against it, while 2% were indifferent. Of the 18% opposed, i% gave sensible reasons for not wanting it. Among those favoring it, the majority said that it teaches responsibility. Some favored limited participation because of the size of the school; many said it gave students more pride in the school; a few said, there would be less wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 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 (Member 1937.38} YGY 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Gene Woodfin Boys' Sports Editors Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor Mildred Mason Photograph Editor Rav Gaulding Cadet Reporter Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Moss Advertising Manager ._ Jane Craig Associate Advertising Managers Kemper Fitch, Dorothy Brown Circulation Manager . Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. .. .Jean Bruce, Marguerite Smith, Marguerite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1938

J. M. Trackmen Meet Commodores at Norfolk THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY DANIEL IS COACH Harry Howren, owner of Norfolk's Dixie Professional Football League club announced the appointment of Raleigh T. (Hobo) Daniel as coach for next season. Daniel, who played at Wake Forest, was a backfield star for the Richmond Rebels in the Virginia-Carolina League last year. Also Daniel was assistant football coach at John Marshall last year and did much in helping Coach Dave Miller train the Justices' grid squad. Daniel put the boys through all of the close exercise drills, such as limbering up the legs and arms, while Miller took charge of the scrimmage. Then too, when there were not enough boys for a good scrimmage, Daniel would fill in a position. Daniel weighs 205 pounds and is six feet two inches tall. He played at Weldon High in North Carolina, Fork Union Military Academy, and Rutherford Junior College before attending Wake Forest. With Norfolk he will be a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 March 1938

Page Four Captains Present Sponsors to Companies mas*M |H|^^^BHHHHnH||jj^R^K|H H ]||p- BB p £-j H^^' : i^^^. : . 19 W | Organization Takes Place More Rooms Elect Officers; Committee Plan Programs Or Trips for Every Meeting More home rooms have organized daring the past two weeks in the activities periods. Room 106VV chose for the chairman Kathleen Eggleston. In last week's meeting several students of the class talked on Chief Justice John Marshall. Later the class visited the John Marshall House. The music pupils gave a musical this week. Those taking part in this were Alice Rex, Ruth Staton, and Buford Carter. Brown, President The officers of home room 107VV are Gordon Brown, president; Richard Moncure, vice-president; and Edna Woodlief, secretary. Members of the class held a discussion last week on foreign affairs. In the last meeting some of the pupils participated in a singing and reciting program. Returns of the election in room 11 iW named Genevieve Krimm, president; Enle Smit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1938

Don't Forget Senior Play. 'She Stoops To Conquer'; Attend April 8 or 9 For Only 50-75 Gents. Vol. XI. Miss Hamner Tells About Tuberculosis Director of Association Talks On Diseases in Youth; Examinations Will'Be Given "This year in our annual campaign we expect to stress tuberculosis among young people in the age group of five to twenty years, since that is the group which is the most fiercely attacked," declared Miss Nora Spencer Hamner, director of the Richmond Tuberculosis Association in an interview this week. Miss Hamner explained that young people of high school age are the most likely to contract the disease because of their association with so many different classes. She explained that many young persons who die from tuberculosis are never conscious that they have the disease until it has a firm hold on them. Examinations Available to All "Usually we examine only about 1,500 young people in Richmond annually but this year we are reducing the cost to a minimum, hence making t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1938

Pigc 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 CIMTHINATIONZp (Member EST. 1937-38) |g|) 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor..... Gene Woodfin Boys' Sports Editors,, Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor t Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor Mildred Mason Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Cadet Reporter. Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Moss Advertising Manager Jane Craig Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs... .Jean Bruce, Marguerite Smith, Anne Robey, Stuart Gates, Louise Hall, Kat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1938

Justices Participate in Central District Meet THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY BASEBALL Well, Coach Dave Miller is rounding into shape another John Marshall diamond team to compete against the other high schools in the state this season. Coach Miller has two lettermen back on the squad this year. They are Ernie Thompson, pitcher, and Monk Boltz, outfielder. Durward Robertson is another letterman and was elected captain of the Blue-White baseball team this year, but he will not be able to play until June, if then, because of an operation. Coach Miller stated that at the start of the season things didn't look so good, but the team began to develop and get in shape. Coach Miller was congratulating the boys on their fine work when another streak of bad luck overshadowed the team. Coach Miller had two /ery good catchers in Shorty Hicks and Earl Reynolds, but unfortunately Coach Miller found out that because of scholastic difficulties these boys will be ineligi...

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