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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 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 (IHTEWATIONXO (M #n, b e r rwjf iui ) 1137-JsO 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 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 ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1938

Hilltoppers of Glass Engage Eighth Streeters SPOTLIGHT w,%r ON SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY HIGH SCORERS Our first encounter of the season with Lawrenceville started Tommy ("The Eel") Moncrief on a scoring spree which we hope will continue. However, in the Charlotte game he was held scoreless while Paul (El Relampago") McMullin upped his score six points in that engagement. Today "The Eel" leads the city's high scorers with nineteen points, three touchdowns, and one converted point, while Pablo McMullin trails him with eighteen points. Tied for sixth place is our own Earl Reynolds who has seven points. H: « $ $ Correction: In the last issue ye editors of this column made an error in underestimating the ability of Charlotte High of North Carolina. Ye editors had been misinformed regarding the rating of Charlotte High in N. C.'s high school football circles, not realizing that Charlotte High was champion of their division for the past two years. At present they have one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1938

Page Four "Work with Sincerity of Purpose Says Speaker Class Hears Mr. Bowles Appearance Vital in Sales; Sincerity of Purpose Is Key For Success in Business "Work at your job with a sincerity of purpose, always keep in mind what you are striving for, and you will never be a failure," advised Mr. Bowles, representative of a local department store, in his address to Miss Sadie Engelberg's class in modern problems in 203 recently. "Take for instance, the job of being a salesman," said Mr. Bowles. "In that occupation one needs more than in anything else to have a personal desire to be a success, for the job is not an easy one and the discouraged look on a customer's face may cost even a wellmeaning clerk his job." Courtesy Is Necessary According to Mr. Bowles, the requirements of an applicant for salesmanship are experience, recommendation, courtesy, efficiency, patience, and initiative. "Personal appearance is a tremendous factor in salesmanship," continued Mr. Bowles as he moved to a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1938

Marshallites Accept Student Participation Charter; Moncrief,Committeeman, Explains Ideals and Aims. Vol. XII. Chief Reads New Charter To Students Tommy Moncrief, President Of Committee, Gives Ideals For Student Participation Tommy Moncrief, president of the executive committee, during a meeting in assembly last week presented the charter for the student association to the student body, who accepted it with enthusiasm. However, as Tommy announced to the assembly, the cooperation of the entire student body, as well as its enthusiasm, is necessary if the John Marshall Student Association is to be a success. Committees Help School To begin the work of student association, members of the executive committee suggested several committees which will be a great help to the school. "A cafeteria committee will help make our cafeteria cleaner and more home-like, but it will not be a disciplinary force," declared Durwood Robertson. Some Play Hosts Florine Nuckols suggested a welcoming committee,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 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 fINTCIWUTIONTD j|SIJ 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 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 Editor Rose Lee Donati, Miriam Hazlewood 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 Manager . Sally Powell Assist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1938

Drama Club To Present Plays, 'Fourteen' and 'Wisdom Teeth' ■ t ipf - IHhhhEBI < ' ■R|H S| \ tHß*\/ ®i♦jmm^BtlHp hh^H^w Bk iil IH fp hi tP « HnSC a : & %; ' ffjaP^BßMyMi^^ —Courtesy The Richmond Nevis-Leader. Shown here are the pupils in Miss Margaret Van Oot's salesmanship class leaving the school on one of their trips to a local department store. Wythe Pupils Like Many Hobbies 9 Sports 9 Collections 9 Music 9 Reading Boys Enjoy Football and Playing in Dance Orchestra; Books, Dancing, and Coins Interest Girls; Home Work Rates, Also Room 312W has a group of students who are interested in a number of things. Elmore Holt collects Indian relics such as arrowheads, tommyhawks, and spearheads. Elmore is also a member of the Lynchburg Drum and Bugle Corps. Among the boys who play football, baseball, and basketball are Ray Marshall, William Teefey, and Harry Smith. Likes Home Work Edith Jackson likes to read, and Evelyn Kichin likes to do her home work! Margaret Faulc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1938

Page Four J. M. Football Squad Enjoys RoanokeTrip Team Practices in Lynchburg Friday, Before Continuing Trip to Roanoke for Game Friday. 12:10-3:30 —Amid the cheering of students the football team left John Marshall in a bus, with "Hairless" Joe Baldwin straining for a last glimpse of his girl. It seems that everybody but Joe saw her. Between Richmond and Lynchburg the squad took siestas, talked, laughed, and indulged in idle chatter. They arrived in Lynchburg at 3:30, amazed and pleased with the noted sights (girls) and stopped at the Y. M. C. A. 3:30-4:3o—Because of Coach Miller's request for haste, the squad changed into practice togs in a locker built to accommodate about twelve men, but in which thirty-one boys crowded. In ten minutes the entire squad had changed and was on E. C. Glass field, at which time the Hilltoppers shared it with the Justices. 4:30-S:3O—A fair - sized admiring crowd collected to view the team that had held theirs to a scoreless tie. Coach Miller put the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1938

Magicians Lose to Justices at Maher Field t; SPOTLIGHT ° n ii SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY STEM CRIMSON TIDE Displaying power plays that could not be checked, Petersburg High School of Petersburg, Virginia, won its fourteenth (Yes, I said fourteenth!) consecutive victory over a span of three seasons when it defeated Baldwin High School of New York. In Captain Harry Hartman, left half, the Crimson Wave has one of the finest backs in Virginia. Much credit should be given to Roland Day's forewall for its splendid blocking and the gaping holes it leaves in opponents' line. Petersburg, where football is played the year round, in preference to eating, is letting high schools of Virginia know that it is out to keep the state title, which it won last year. $$ $ $ SHATTER-PROOF GLASS According to Coach Tom Funk of Glass High of Lynchburg, his team turned in a praiseworthy performance against John Marshall, especially Hundley Diflendal, triple-threat quarterback of the Hilltoppe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1938

Page Six Girls Head School Girls Leading In Honor List Feminine Brains Outwit Male In First Month of Semester; Wythe Students Rank High Thirteen girls tied with thirteen boys for honor roll grades this month in the John Marshall building, while in the George Wythe building sixteen girls proved themselves more than twice as brilliant as the seven honor roll boys, winning for the girls a complete victory. More than 90 per cent average went to the following: 4H-14 —Sally Powell, Katherine Parkingson, Mary Cornilia Elder; 4L-1 Walter Gombill, Richard Nichols; 4L-2 —Oscar Polig, Virginia Alston, Florine Nuckols, Maxine Williams; 4L-10 —Sam Wiley Riddell, Robert Boyd Robinson; 3H-1 —Joyce Ann Wilkinson; 3H-3 —William Alfred Webb, Helen Barwinski, Anne Marjorie Tucker; 3H-6 —Victor Anthony Skorapa, Elizabeth Julia Robinson, Eugene Edward Kinsey; 3H-12 — M. M. Bishop; 3L-6 —Marian Welch; 3-L-11 —Billy Bryan; 3L-12 —Warren Walthall, Pauline Dietrich, Louise Lindsay; 3L-14 —James Pulliam; 3L-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1938

Heads Announce Sponsors; Evelyn Cosby, Betsy Rowe, Hilda Chandler, Among Newly Named Sponsors. Vol. XII. Journalism Class Hears Mr. Rawles Speaker of Richmond Bureau Of Community Fund Tells Students of Needs of City Mr. James H. Rawles, a member of the speakers' bureau of the Richmond Community Fund, told the journalism class, in room 104 Monday before last, that Richmond must give freely to combat those three scourges of society — poverty, disease, and crime. The Community Fund is a coordinated unit which handles efficiently and economically the problem of those in the lower income brackets. Pleading for financial and moral support for the coming drive, the speaker gave statistics showing the high rate of crime, disease, and death in Richmond. Explains Program "Offering a well-rounded program, the Community Fund can better approach these problems than can an individual who tries to do so directly," said Mr. Rawles. The speaker explained that there are agencies to help with the prob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 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 <iwTtwl*Ticm*i> PBS / \ (Member ( EST tm ) 1937-38^ j§£py 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-Ediiors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Managing Editor Stanley Watskey Business Manager ? ar J Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Jo Lucas, Katherine Parkinson. Girls' Sports Editor Rose Lee Donati, Miriam Hazlewood Alumni Editor Dorothy Brown Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headly Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Nell Burnett, Marian Austin Circulation Managers . H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1938

Justices Due for Tough Battle Tomorrow t, SPOTLIGHT °N SPORTS M BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY THE CRIMSON "WAVES" ON Now leading the state race for football supremacy in Class A of the Virginia Literary and Athletic League, Petersburg High School once again is headed for the state title. At present, Petersburg is the only undefeated, untied, and unscored-upon team in this league. In second place, also undefeated, but once tied, is John Marshall, with two victories and one tie. Ihe following are the official league standings: Won Lost Tied Pf. Pa. Petersburg 2 0 0 34 0 John Marshall 2 0 1 20 12 Lynchburg 2 0 3 58 7 Maury 3 1 1 33 7 Hampton 2 1 1 25 13 Alexandria 2 1 2 32 26 Newport News 3 2 1 87 26 Hopewell 2 2 0 38 17 Portsmouth 2 3 0 26 52 Thomas Jefferson ... > 1 2 2 20 39 Salem 1 3 0 13 64 Charlottesville 1 3 0 34 43 Roanoke 0 2 1 12 26 Danville 0 3 0 0 84 $* $ * Many Justice supporters braved the downpour last Friday and went to Hopewell, expecting to see a tigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1938

Page Four 'Marshallite' Wins Excellent Rating at Press Meet\ Australian Likes America Mr. McLaren States Football In His Country is Popular; Will Return in July, 1938 "I think the United States is God's own country," stated lan McLaren of Melbourne, Australia, after addressing the Hi-Y clubs of Richmond and Ashland, "although I have not seen the South, other than Richmond." Mr. McLaren, who will return to his country in July, was dressed in English style. His striped blue tab shirt and light grey checked suit of pure Australian wool, presented a neat appearance. When asked the pastimes in his land, he said that they engaged in almost all sports although football in Australia has eighteen men on each side and the players kick the ball more than ours with a total of three goals to try for rather than one. Many Sheep "Australia," he explained, "has over 110,000,000 sheep, which is more than the rest of the world put together. Our farms are much larger, too, as many men have plantations...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1938

School Annual and Paper And Record Win Honor Rating at Press Meet; Conference in Lexington. Vol. XII. Publications Win Awairds At Lexington 'Marshallite', All Win First Place Honors In Annual Press Convention First place awards went to John Marshall's three publications, The Marshal lite, The Record, and the Monocle, at the fourteenth annual Southern Interscholastic Press Meet at Lexington, November 4-5. All publications were divided into A, B, C, and D classes according to the size of the school. Awards given were first place, honor, and achievement. From the first place award group the cup winner, the publication with the highest score, was selected. Publications received their prizes at the convention banquet held at Southern Seminary in Buena Vista. This event marked the climax of the press meetings. Collegian is Cup Winner The Collegian of Baltimore City College, was judged the best newspaper in Class A division. Boys High Taller, Boys High School, Atlanta, Georgia, received th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 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 (WTSHUTIONAL? (M»mber 1937-51) GY 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 Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager Harry Barr Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Jo Lucas, Katherine Parkinson. Girls' Sports Editor Rose Lee Donati, Miriam Hazlewood Alumni Editor Dorothy Brown Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headly Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Radio Editor Stanley Watskey Exchange Editors Nell Burnett, Marian Austin Circulation Managers Horace Vaughan, Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1938

Page Three *k .JSP y Epr'~°%* K- SfelMi : - 2 mlm Ht IB < v«HHWnf JSH ar -■■W» 4 IH Br iji^ v HI^HHk 7 J Jik K . 11 ' |r JL g fl| HMr H mmm , .r^aCMMMBT? ® |y «* i I&|hH| I J. mk { / HjuMMtf 1 I 1 ■; jl ?lflf f'"llfB Ij &| j^l ilr KbL ;mmr MB *W&&* jJffIBBP- :MHf«™ I f tBR km Bk JSsTBBKKI —Courtesy The Richmond News-Leader. I At left: Captain Linwood Wilhelm of D. Company presents sponsor Gertrude Hardy to the company. In the center: Cadets of E Company pin colors on sponsor Virginia Gould. At right: Evelyn Cosby, sponsor of Staff, receives flag from Henry Tompkins while Captain Charles Sltewbridge looks on. Tennessee Girl Dislikes School Nashville High Requires Only 65 as Passing Mark; No Demerits East Nashville High School of Tennessee holds more charms for Vivian Colleen Harkreader of 103W than John Marshall because of numerous differences. She explained that at the session's beginning, lists were distributed among the pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1938

Class of 1895 Presents Picture of Stonewall Jackson to School Class of '95 Donates Gift Mr. Walker G. Cottrell Gives Oil Portrait of Stonewall Jackson in Senior Assembly Presenting an oil painting of Stonewall Jackson to the school, Mr. Walker C. Cottrell of the class of 1895, told the senior assembly that it would do well to follow the fine example set by the beloved Confederate leader. "Women are the true historians," he stated, "and through their influence, the class of '95 has held a reunion every year since graduation. The class numbered about forty," Mr. Cottrell added. In choosing the portrait of Stonewall Jackson, the members of the class felt that his military genius and the excellence of his private life set a fine standard for the students to follow. After the presentation, Mr. Cottrell and Mr. J. C. Harwood posed for a photographer from one of the daily papers. Then the choir, under the direction of Mr. Charles Troxell, accompanied by the orchestra concluded the program ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1938

Petersburg, John Marshall Clash, Thanksgiving t, SPOTLIGHT w^rSPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY , JOHN MARSHALL-THOMAS JEFFERSON GAME wL When John Marshall faces the Presidents of Thomas m Jefferson tomorrow at the City Stadium, it will not only r advance or drop the Justices in the state race, but it will decide the city high school championship. The Eighth Streeters hold a slight advantage in weight, but T. J. makes up for that in their versatility. In the opinion of both Coach Dave Miller and Mr. Floyd Fowlkes, this will be one of the hardest games of the year because the players of both sides are keyed up almost to the breaking point. Their nerves are taut and they try so hard to '( f outdo themselves that sometimes this results in fumbles and the like. All of this comes from the rivalry between the two schools, a rivalry so keen that it attracts the s - largest crowd of the year to the Stadium. LP* * * « * BASKETBALL PRACTICE BEGINS More than twenty-five boys reported ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1938

Page Six They Will Attend Big Game 'Vrill'ilillilliil 1 1 |v:X-,. ' * '?/ ! ' H VkJH > PV -IHPVK Hk,-. ;gm S9r M»>yJr mm»' ,«HBWI ;• '• /, ' ' . ... •> Celebrates National Week Education is Week's Subject Of Posters, Students Talks, iAnd Musical Broadcast John Marshall celebrated American Education Week, November 6 through 12, with various illustrative posters, student assembly speakers, and a music program. Several interesting posters met one's eye on the first floor. On the office door was a large one representing Education Week on which was painted a boy carrying a John Marshall pennant and a suitcase engrossed with the words, "Welcome Visitors". Room 115 sported a poster on its door bearing a lighted torch as a symbol of education lighting the students' way. The bulletin board near Eighth Street contained an interesting drawing which used the idea of school as the basic training for the world in commerce, industry, citizenship, government, and ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 December 1938

Secretary of Commerce, Daniel Roper, Speaks To Supervisors Here Of School's Progress. Vol. XII. Mr.B.JN.Elam Talks Before Association Has Part in Annual Convention Southern Business Education Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia To attend the sixteenth annual convention of the Southern Business Education Association, Mr. Burton N. Elam of 303W traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, last week and spoke there on a subject related business. Twelve Southern States Gathering at the Biltmore Hotel, representatives from about twelve Southern states talked on the general theme of "Service to Youth and Business Through Study and Growth in the Field of Business Education". In the public school division Mr. Elam spoke on "What Extra-Curricukr Activities Are Especially Appropriate for Business Students". Mr. Elam brought out, as a basis for determining activities, opportunity guidance, development of leadership, adaptation to business organization, and development of personality. He recommended activities which ...

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