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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1938

Page Four Home Rooms Have Variety Of Programs Spelling bees, debates, and trips have kept persons in many home rooms busy during the term. Has Spelling Bee In a recent spelling bee Ruth Hicks and Ruth Staten proved to 'be the best spellers. Urged by their classmates, the winners have challenged pupils in another home room. Members of home room 109W held a debate recently on "Resolved: That home work should be abolished." Nancy Roadcap and Helen Smith, the affirmative, defeated their opponents Harold Ellis and Bobby Hummel. Judges for the debate were Earl Wright, Lena Alvis, and Madeline Mays. Miss Allene Archer's home room 213W visited the Wickham House Monday before last. The class saw a portrait of Queen Victoria, the Victorian room, which attracted much attention, and the lovely garden with its boxwood, green grass, and flowers. Possessions Burned Because her home burned down recently and most of her possessions were lost, Vivian Rochkind of home room 311W had to leave school. Mi...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1938

Next Monocle To Be Last Promised Subscribers; Special Issue May 27 Will Be Sold for 5 Gents. Vol. XI. Judges Name School Paper Second Best 'Girls High Times' Places First In Contest for Best Paper At University in Atlanta The Monocle won second place in the ninth annual contest for high school newspapers, sponsored by Emory University and the Atlanta Journal, while The Girls High Times, publication of the Girls High School of Atlanta, Georgia, placed first, in a group of schools with enrollment exceeding 1,500 students. Others, Distinguished Other Virginia newspapers which did not place but won distinguished ratings were the following: Jefferson News of Jefferson High School, Roanoke, The Student of Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth, and The Chatterbox of George Washington High School, Danville. The editor of the Girls High Times will receive a $2lO scholarship to Emory University. If, however, its editor does not accept the scholarship by June 1, it will go to the editor of Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 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 (INTWUTIONAL) Member, Southern lnterscholastic 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 Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. . .Jean Bruce, Marguerite Smith, Anne Robey, Stuart Gates, Louise Hall, {Catherine Curtis, Gladys Butts, Marth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1938

Justices Rank High in Interscholastic Meets THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY TRACK TEAM Well, Coach Noble's training is not in vain. This genial track coach's skill has put the Justices through many workouts and has trained them so that they are one of the ranking high school track teams of the day. Coach Noble is doing the very best that he can with the equipment that he has, and it looks as though he is not doing a bad job of it. Although Maury triumphed over the Justices in their first track meet, Coach Noble and his boys journeyed to Duke University down in Durham, N. C., where they placed fourth out of twentythree schools that participated in the meet. It was at this meet that Albert Tillery, co-captain of the John Marshall harriers, set a new record in the 220 low hurdles. Tillery's new record is 23.1 time. Coach Noble stated that this was very good. After much training and workouts, Coach Noble then took his boys up to visit the track team up at Gl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 29 April 1938

Page Four Home Rooms Have Guests; Give Parties Students in room 5 recently elected officers for the term. Linwood Garland Jones is president and Margaret Andrews, secretary. The class plans to visit the historical places in Richmond. Fred Tremer is chairman of home room 203. 'Home room 301W recently elected Dorothy DuVal president. Other officers are Carlton McGhee, vice-president and Edith Mae Alvis, secretary. Already the pupils have had a "who's who" contest and have visited the Medical College. Give Party Members of home room 310W had a party last week. The pupils played games and talked about their holiday activities. After the games were played, refreshments were served. Visits Classes Miss Sadie Engelberg's modern problems class recently had as a visitor Mr. Henri Walbrette of Shreveport, Louisiana. Mr. Walbrette has been a lawyer, preacher, and teacher. After joining in a discussion on corporation and capital, the Southerner visited the electric shop. Missionary Speaks Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1938

Journalism Class Hears Mr. Jesse H. Binford, School Head, Speak On Choosing Subjects. Vol. XI. Mr. Binford Addresses Class Here Says Richmond Exchange Club Publishes Useful Pamphlet To Help Uncertain Students " 'Why go to High School ?' is one of the questions that a pamphlet, published by the Exchange Club in Richmond, puts forth," stated Mr. Jesse H. Binford, Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, addressing the journalism class last Monday. Life Planning Important Mr. Binford, in quoting the pamphlet, said that the planning of one's life is of great importance. To illustrate this point he told of the construction of a twelve-story building. This building could not have been constructed with merely cement, bricks, and lumber. For every brick put into the making of that building there had to be a corresponding one on the plan drawn up by the architect. Give Mental Stimulus "The author," Mr. Binford continued," stresses the fact that very few pupils know why they go to school or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 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 (INTEBNATtONAp 1115 (Member EST. 1937-28} 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, Dorothv Foster Alumni Editor Mildred Mason Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Cadet Reporter Bernard Silverman Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Helen Mo«s Advertising Manager Jane Craig Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. . .Jean Bruce, Marguerite Smith, Anne Robey, Stuart Gates, Louise Hall, Katherine Curt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1938

Justice Track Men Face Tee Jay Saturday THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY GOLF AND TENNIS AND SPIRIT Golf and tennis, John Marshall's two newest major sports, are having a little difficulty in getting started. Perhaps you read of or saw the four defeats handed the team, two defeats for each team. A licking in any sport is hard to take, but look at it from another angle. Have you ever stopped to consider that the sports are new, that the teams are green, and that they have been getting little or no backing from the student body? The sports are new and this fact alone would account for these losses. The boys are for the most part inexperienced. However, nearly all the members of each team will be back next year, and is spite of the fact that the win column shows no wins against two losses the team is getting some good from playing. Next year it will be a different story. In view of these facts the students have no cause for argument. If there is any arguing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 May 1938

Page Four J. M. Receives High Ratings At Festival School Entries Take Superior, Excellent Awards in Musical Contest; 3,000 Pupils Attend John Marshall won twenty-three superior and excellent ratings out of approximately thirty entries in the second of Virginia's annual music festivals sponsored by the Richmond News Leader under the supervision of Dr. Sutler Richman, director of music of the State Board of Education, and Mr. Walter C. Mercer, director of music in Richmond Public Schools. 3,000 Attend Thomas Jefferson received thirty points, while Maury High School of Norfolk displayed a great deal of musical talent in the competition that drew almost 3,000 junior high school and senior high school music students from various sections of the state. 1 Climaxing the two-day fete was a parade consisting of a score of the contesting bands which marched from Monroe Park to the Capital Square where an enthusiastic audience assembled. The performers rated first by the judges gave a concert t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1938

New J. M. Athletic Field Dedicated in Colorful Ceremony; Weil-Known Speakers Are Present. Vol. XI. School Sees Mr. Harwood Accept Field Entire Student Body Gathers ToTake Part in Dedication; Governor, and Mayor Talk John Marshall High School received on May 17 the first athletic field it has ever had during its sixty-seven years. ' The entire student body and nearly 2,000 other spectators gathered for the dedication ceremony, which began at 2:00 o'clock and was broadcast over WRVA. Dr. Miller Presides The corps of cadets marched around the track and halted across the field from the grandstand. Dr. Roshier W. Miller, chairman of the Richmond School Board, acted as master of ceremonies. He thanked all those who helped make this field a realization. When Dr. Miller introduced Governor James H. Price, the band played "Hail to the Chief". "I hare always been a great admirer of John Marshall High School," stated His Excellency. "My son, who is on the honor roll at Washington and Lee, rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 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 fm |JG Memberj 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 ••••• ;-- Gea i Woodfin Boys' Sports Editors Richard Jeffrey, James Abernathy, Sherwood Eck. Girls' Sports Editor Z " line I St( * kmar Feature Editors Lomse Alstpn, Dorothy Foster Alumni Editor lldre ° Mason Photograph Editor Ray Gaulding Cadet Reporter 5f. rn * rd , Sl ' verl J ian Art Staff Elizabeth Harrison ExchangeEdit'or. Helen Moss Advertising Manager ••••• • J a ~, Circulation Manager •• • .Frances Thrasher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs. .. .Jean Bruce, Marguerite Smith, An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1938

Page Four v inHß3i^W«^KM^^^^^^HnnnHmHHffißnfflMßHHHnHlßHHF Above is Martha B. Beverly, state second prize winner in the National Air Mail Week Essay Contest, as she was presented with her pen by Mr. Forbes WINNER AND LOSER 'fv' f?8«" #5 , '/ 1 I *' ' W t -Ix I Paul Irwin, ormer state boys golf champion is shown above congratulating Thomas Beckner of Roanoke, the new champion. Irwin tied Thomas Beckner, but lost one hole in the two extras played. Senior Collects Turties, Frogs Likes To Write Poetry, Play Tennis, Take Walks; Hobbies Vary "Because reptiles cannot be easily kept in the winter," replied Harriett Lewis of room 105, when asked her favorite pastime, "my hobby changes as does the season." V MP v v " Every summer Harriett and her sister make a collection of turtles, frogs, and sometimes lizards. "At one time," she stated, "I had nine turtles; some of them were box turtles and other painted and mud turtles. "I have always liked to write poetry and songs," this dark haired seni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1938

Justice Track Men Defeat Thomas Jefferson THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JIMMY ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY TRACK SEASON CLOSES Well, track season is closed, but the records and the standings of old John Marshall will linger. The track season officially closed with the Teejay-John Marshall track meet, in which the Justices won. In the Block C Club meet, which was held last Saturday at Washington, John Marshall did not enter. Upon instructions from Mr. Floyd E. Fowlkes, athletic chairman at John Marshall, Hank Noble, track coach, did not enter his boys. The C Club meet was just a meet in which the best men entered. Thomas Jefferson did not enter the C Club meet, either. Under the circumstances of not having the new athletic field to practice on, the Justices made a very good showing this season, as stated by Coach Noble. Albert Tillery, co-captain for the Justices, broke one state record. He set a new record of 23.1 in the 200 low hurdles in the Duke Invitational meet at Duke University. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1938

Page Six Many Sports For Day Camp Are Planned Girls To Rove as Do Gypsies; Spend Night Under Stars; Older Girls To Play Golf Day Camp, sponsored by the Younger Girls Department of the Y. W. C. A. and the Girl Scouts of Richmond, wiH meet for the third year, from June 22 to July j5, on the campus of St. Catherine's School. Any junior or senior high school girl is invited to come. There is a registration fee of one dollar with an additional charge of two dollars a week. Small Cost All expenses connected with Day Camp, except horseback riding, which is seventy-five cents a ride, are included in this fee. It covers two-way transportation, lunch, medical examination, and all instruction fees in swimming, archery, tennis, and materials in handicraft. An overnight trip to Camp Pocahontas is included also, on June 24. and 25, for the girls who are staying two or three weeks at Day Camp. Five days are included in the camp week, from Wednesday through Tuesday, excluding Saturday and Sunday. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1938

New Salesmanship Course Begins Here This Term; Teacher, Miss Van Oot, Is Former Marshaliite. Vol. XII. Ex-Justices Will Attend 19 Colleges Many of the New Frosh Stay In Richmond for New Year Of School; Others Departing John Marshall graduates of 1938 are representing their school by attending various colleges throughout the country. Margaret Maria Lucas, Jeanne Louise Sterret, and Robert Barnett Carter will attend William and Mary at Williamsburg, while Grace Delilah Brown, Helen M. Agee, Ida Verneile Moore, Marie Louise Pietri, June Sowers, Enid Celeste Dobbins, Maxine Grady Gulley, Audrey Kimbrell, Edith Aldo Leitch, Edward Daniel Patterson, William Joseph Pearall, Mary Enda Rowlett, Mary Frances Rutherford, and Bernice Dean Williams will remain in Richmond and attend the William and Mary Extension. University of Richmond University of Richmond will receive Richard L. Adams, Virgil Mason Lumsden Jr., Harold Puckett, Lawrence Earl Spiers Jr., Allen Wilson Valentine Jr., Roy Jordan ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 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 (ItjTBMATIOtiAS \ (Mcmber7 EST IKI ) 1937-38) A 1 ember, 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 Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Managing Editor Stanley Watskey Business Manager Harry Barr Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Jo Lucas, Katherine Parkinson. Girls' Sports Editors Rose Lee Donati, Miriam Hazelwood Alumni Editor Dorothy Brown Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headly Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Nell Burnett, Marian Austin Circulation Managers Horace Vaughan, Wirt Hatcher Advertising ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1938

Justices Oppose Lawrenceville Team Today SPOTLIGHT SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY With the coming of a new football semester, Marshallites have more than one reason to look forward to a successful season on the gridiron. First, there is our new football field which will soon prove its worth in its convenience to the team. No longer will the Justices have to be transported by truck to the stadium and other parts of the city to engage teams or to practice. Secondly, we have with us a capable and experienced line coach in Roland "Phess" Woodson who comes to us from Randolph-Macon College, at which place he won letters in the major sports. His past reveals also that he matriculated at the "Justice House" a few years back. And last, but by no means least, is the fact that the proximity of our "stadium" is easy on the street car tickets as well as on gas. $# # * Rumors from "up town": Leonard Delaney, cocaptain of the Tee Jay football team, while tackling, a la shoestring, a d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1938

Page Four Miss Preston Pleased with New Books and Equipment Library Has Proud Head Six New Tables in Boys Room Now Replace Uncomfortable Noisy Desks of Past Years "I'm just thrilled to death!" exclaimed Miss Ellinor Preston, school librarian, when asked her opinion of the changes in the library this term. Six oak tables with smooth composition tops and six bent wood chairs to each table have replaced the twentysix uncomfortable desks and odd chairs in the boys' room in the library. The tables, made in the school shop, are a great improvement over those used in the past years. Many Changes "We expect to add to the two new tables in the front room soon," stated Miss Preston. Furniture is not the only change in the library. Attractive cellophane covers, that are bound in imitation leather, cover the magazines. Besides 382 books, that have just returned from the binder's and are almost ready for the shelf, half the new books have already arrived. This new order contains mostly material ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1938

Justices Battle Glass Today In New Athletic Field; Use Your Athletic Cards; Show Your School Spirit. Vol. XII. Mr. Binford Talks About Excess Work Student Complains to School Head of Home Work; Board Is Striving for New Shop "At the beginning of this term, a student sent me a letter saying that he had so much home work that he was unable to do it all properly," stated Mr. Jesse H. Binford as he sat in his office in the George Wythe building last Monday. Mr. Binford said that he had sent a copy of this letter to principals of John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson High Schools and had asked that this letter be considered seriously by the policies committee in both schools. "The policies committee," explained the superintendent, "is a committee consisting of five teachers in each high school. This committee studies problems pertaining to the better interests of the school and their possible solutions." Considers Home Work He stated also that he had never considered the problem very greatl...

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