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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 September 1929

- PAGE 2 THE MONOCLE (.Established 1928) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Richmond, Virginia , Member of N. S. P. A. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. Associate Editor D. W. LYDIATT, JR. Frankie Barnes . . Sports Editor Franklin Watkins— -Assistant Sports Editor Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Herman Wunsch , .Sports Writer Lucille Palmer Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost -Dramatic Critic Clarice Robertson Feature Writer GENERAL REFORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Parrish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Sue McClure, May Taylor. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. t Robert Lecky V. p. I. Bill Lee Washington and Lee Jesse Mahoney .Randolph-Macon Georgie Belle Bennett William and Mary Julian Houseman Hargrave Military Academy TYPISTS Katherine Eilers COPY READERS Florence Rhea Talley Mary Ellen Johnson BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Robert Allen Bus...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 September 1929

Twelve Veterans Back With 1929 Eleven TEAM GOES SOUTH NEXT WEEK; BATTLE DURHAM HIGH FRIDAY Final Line-Up Has Not Been Selected—Coach Has Twelve Veterans and New Material to Develop Team. When the blue and white grid warriors go down to Durham, N. C., on September 27, to play Durham High School, Coach Miller's most difficult task will rest in placing the men in the best positions. Although many of last year's men have returned, there is so much good new material that competition is very strong. Coach Miller issued the call for football about two weeks ago, and many responded. The number of boys out has been steadily increasing, until at present it seems close to sixty. The men are gradually getting into shape, having worked from mere calisthenics into playing the "ole" game. Although the team has a tough schedule, judging from the quantity and quality of the players, they should have a successful season. The team is greatly benefited by having Mr. Galvin, our new science teacher, to ...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 September 1929

PAGE 4 Detroit Is a City Offering Great Interest to the Visitor, Declares a Marshallite "If you ever go away, Detroit is the city you should visit. Everything attracts attention there. The only way to see it all is to have a rubber neck to stretch, for there is so much to see," declares a high school student who visited Detroit this summer. In the Grand Circus Park in Detroit there is a motto which reads: "In Detroit life is worth living." Detroit has many small parks. They are described to you as a place to get your breath after leaving such hurrying crowds and high buildings. Everybody walks fast. If you are slow, you are in the way and you get left. Who doesn't know Lindbergh ? The college is in Detroit where his mother is teaching chemistry. How would you like to see a tall building, covering a solid block larger than our blocks ? This is the Fisher building. The hall, going through it from one street to another just like an arcade, is of marble. This is a most magnificent build...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1929

What's News is Here Vol. 11. No. 2 Record to Start Drive on Monday John Marshall's Mag* azine Begins Big Campaign For Addu tional Subscriptions Staff Subscribes to Magazine "Spanish" Number to Have Many New Features; Copy Should Be in Today and Monday With a wave of unprecedented school spirit sweeping over J. M. H. S. after the first appearance this year of THE MONOCLE last Friday, which carried announcement of The Records tentative goal of 1,000 subscribers, a conference of the magazine's editorial and business staffs was held, at which it was decided to double the minimum standard and make a drive, beginning Monday, "for 2,000 subscriptions. Record Staff Subscribes With Record subscriptions pouring in long before the formal opening of the annual campaign, members of the staff looked around in wild surmise when Vivien Hazle, president of the Bootsies, shot into the room like a graceful arrow and almost broke up the meeting by asking the editors and the business staff to subscribe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1929

2_ THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Member of N. S. P. A. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. BEfef "i Associate Editor D. W. LYDIATT, JR. Frankie Barnes Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Assistant Sports Editor Malcolm Seeks..... Sports Writer Herman Wunsch Sports Writer Lucille Palmer Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elisabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Writer Clarice Robertson.. Feature Writer' GENERAL REPORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Parrish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Sue McClure. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr. 1 V. M. I. . Robert Lecky. I V. P. L Bill Lee j Washington and Lee Jesse Mahoney.... Randolph-Macon Georgia Belle Bennett , William and Mary Julian Houseman Hargrave Military Academy TYPISTS Katherine Eilers Percy Trible ' -' COPY READERS Florence Rhea Talley Mary Ellen Johnson FACULTY \AD VISOR Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1929

John Marshall Plays Durham To-Day to Open 1929 Season Benedictine Meets Crewe High Tomorrow at Mayo Island Grid Machine Opens Season on Foreign Soil Well Balanced Team Invades Carolina City In Quest Of Victory By Mack Reeks Coach Dave Miller has been driving his charged hard in preparation for the opening game of the season today in Durham, N. C., the outcome of which there is no prediction, since Durham is not to be underrated. The absence of Barnes will be felt in the backfield but Durham will feel the presence of "Bo" Wilson at fullback, who will furnish the drive that will show the weak spot in the opposing line. Taylor at quarter, will do the kicking and passing, with "Mike" Hope, the red-headed flash of last year, who thrilled the spectators many times with his spectacular end runs, alternating with Taylor. Charlie Shade, Pullen, and Reynolds will probably get in the fray. In the line Conrad and Jeter, two heavy guards of last year, will lead the charging backfield. Left end w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1929

4 MANY GRADS AT UNI. OF RICHMOND (Concluded from Page 1) Krapin, Jake McLain, Aaron Roberts, William Thompson, Arthur Todd, Henry Vranica, William Winnifred, Abe Whitenfish, William Bayliss, Fred Chapman, Clifton Crosby, James Dodd, Boiling Ellis, Fred Fidler, Jacob Glick, Harding, Harry Hubbard, Ashby Hunter, Gorden Marks, Harill McGinnis, Wilson Patteson, Joseph Perkins, Herman Rothenburg, Joe Rothenburg, Mofees Sacks, George Shelton, Robert Snelling, Wallace Stanley, Benjamin Guider, Milton Richards, Louis Stoneburner, Lynn Thomas, John Dennis, Charles "Edgar, and Leon Grossman. The following entered V. P. L: Charles Glucker, Bertha Shelton, Vernon Shurn, Archie Straus, Clifford Straus, Charles Schrieberg, Mary Alice Granthan, Louis Ellis, Arthur Jacobson, Arthur Long, John Kirk, and Walker Cottrell. Graduates who entered V. M. I. are: Alexander Wright, Treadwell Davison, Frank Epps, Clifton Hudgins, James Litchford, Harvej Brown, Jack Epps, William Pettigrew, William Schmidt, Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1929

BOOST THE RECORD Vol II No. 3 Organization of Monocle Now Changed Alexander Rossiter Named Editor-in-chief; Glaucus Gulley, Managing Editor THREE NEW EDITORS Florence Rhea Talley, Lucille Palmer and Bernard Dabney Promoted * Effective this issue, The Monocle will be under a change of organization. From now on the paper will be modeled after the fashion of a large metropolitan daily. This issue will mark the first time that this publication has been organized in the true newspaper sense. Under the new policy, Alexander Rossiter has been named editor-in-chief. "His duties will be the writing of editorials and the supervision of the editorial policy of The Monocle. Mr. Rossiter will be the first editor-in-chief of The Monocle in the real newspaper meaning of the title. Rossiter succeeds D. W. Lydiatt, who resigned as editorial writer. The editorials in the first two issues having been written by Lydiatt. There will be no associate editor in the new organization. Glaucus Gulley, who suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published tVeekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief A. H. ROSSITER Managing Editor GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Frankie Barnes Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Asst. Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker -Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson .Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Parrish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Sue McClure. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky -V. P. I. Bill Lee Washington and Lee Jesse Mahoney Randolph-Macon Georgie Belle Bennett William and Mary Julian Houseman Har...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1929

John Marshall Battles Petersburg at Island Today McGuire Eleven Plays Crewe Tearn in New Stadium Team Ready for Visiting Eleven Justice Team to Play Nine More Games This Season MEETS NEWPORT NEWS Durham no Match, Downed by High School by Score of 25-0 Today will mark the opening of the 1929 home football season for John Marshall. Coach Dave Miller's team, fresh from a 25-0 victory over Durham High School last Friday in the Carolina Cky, will meet the strong gridiron machine from Petersburg this afternoon at Tate Field. This game is the first of six consecuive contests to be played on home soil. The Justice machine is in good shape for this encounter and a warm scrap is exepected. The exact strength of the Petersburg team is not known, but the Crimson Tide always furnishes the Blue and White opposition of the stiffest sort. Just who will start the game today has not been definitely decided, but regardless of the line-up, the supporters of John Marshall will have no cause to worry. Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 October 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER By Elizabeth Floyd and Elizabeth Walker Sailing, sailing, over the bounding main! And so the Imps are. As announced last week, they are giving the movie this Friday evening at the Ginter Park School, from seven to nine. Come on over. They are industriously orating on the absolute necessity of subscribing to The Record. You really should, you know. That's a sailing order from the Imps and the Bootsies. See that you obey! As you have already noticed, this year the theme is nautical, but nice. The Idma Club very enthusiastically announces its first dance of the season. It will take place October 11 in the North Lounge of the Mosque Theater. The Bedouins will furnish the music. Miss Beryl Parker entertained members of the Chic Club at her home in Westover Hills last week at a very delightful tea. The Bootsie Club is contemplating giving a subscription card party very soon. They have not made it known where it will be. Thq "D and E" Club wishes to announce that the ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1929

GET YOUR COPY OF RECORD Vol. II No. 4 McCarthy's First Article in Monocle Former Marshallite and Editor of The Monocle Has Big Variety of Experiences Aboard Berengaria Operetta Star Relates Outstanding Events Encounter With Many Notables Experienced and Told Of In Varied Account by Monocle's First Editor By Frank J. McCarthy, Jr. (Editor's Note: This is the first of a series of articles by Frank J. McCarthy, Jr., dealing with his experiences in Europe this summer.) At midnight on June 26th, the Berengaria's whistle tooted impatiently as the little tugs at her sides swung her out into New York harbor. The crowds at the docks of the Cunard lines shouted madly. As I leaned over the rail of the top deck I wondered how the twenty-five hundred passengers felt. Some were going home; others were leaving it Some were traveling on business, but the majority,' like myself, were off on pleasure jaunts. I had bargained for many thrills and even a few adventures, but hardly had I expected that we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE . (Established 1929) , Published IVeekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA . (Newspaper ber] X^/ISSOOI^ Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief A. H. ROSSITER Managing Editor GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer >. News Editor Frankie Barnes Sports Editor Herman Wunsch Asst. Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Pwish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Sue McClure, Ruth Gran, Jeanette McConnell, Katherine Sergeant. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky V. P. I. Bill Lee !. Washington and Lee Jesse Maho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1929

John Marshall Defeats Petersburg High School Justices Make 13 Lucky Number Marshall Boys Show Fine Form in Game With Petersburg; Henry Taylor Runs 105 Ya»ds By Mae Reekes Playing the second consecutive game of the season without being scored on, John Marshall defeated the Petersburg eleven, last Friday, 13-0. Henry Taylor furnished the thrill of the game by his 105-yard run. Receiving a punt five yards behind his own goal, he side-stepped and twisted his way through the Petersburg team for a touchdown. Haase added the extra point. The hardy quarterback kept the opponents guessing during the whole game. The other lights of the game were Haase, I. Smith, and Suart. Haase scored the other tally by a line plunge. Many plays of the Petersburg eleven were smeared by the deadly tackling of Irvin Smith and Stuart, the heavy center. The Petersburg eleven, although outweighed, gave the Justices a hard fight before losing. The visitors, outplayed in every department of the game, however, did n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1929

Page 4 CLUB CHATTER Avast yel The Imps made a noble noise at the game Friday, and had a gorgeous time! Fifteen Impish sighs of relief escaped after Taylor plopped the ball over the line! Excitement galore! The Imps sponsored a wild and woolly western show, The Danger Rider, starring Hoot Gibson, at the Ginter Park School. Everything was ship-shape, and they sailed off on time at seven bells. First came a rather short comedy, Close Shaves, which was accompanied by squeals of laughter from the audience and quaint divisions of the film such as: "End of part I," which were rather confusing. Then came the big moment! Smiling Hoot as the hero, a cro-oel villain, a lovely maiden in distress, what more could any one want? The talkies were furnished by several highschool boys who read all the sub-titles out loud. We assume that when they go to Loew's they sing the theme song with the hero! We weighed anchor at 9:30 and sailed away joyfully. . The D. and E. Club will give its opening dance, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

EDISON CELEBRATION Vol II No. 5 O'Flaherty Speaks to Paper Staff Former Marshallite Says Newspapermen Are Mostly Overworked and Underpaid By Papermen Richmond Newspapers Better for Training Editor of Old High School Paper Says Accuracy Main Point In Newspaper Work and Writing Next Journalism was the topic of a talk given Monday afternoon to the members of The Monocle staff in The Monocle office by Mr. D. C. O'Flaherty, of the Home News, of New York City. Mr. O'Flaherty is a former Marshall ite, and edited . Student Life, the only newspaper John Marshall ever had before the advent of The Monocle. "Newspapers require more study than is tsually given them," said Mr. O'Flaherty. The speaker quoted Thomas Hardy's statement that a plain statement of fact is more impressive than fancy dress. Editorializing, he said, is a common fault of most newspapers. A journalist must write interestingly, but simply and precisely. One's personal opinion must have no place in the story. A newspaperman sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

Page 2 THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published IVeekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fZ (Newspaper Puffer H Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 28, 1929, at the Postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor-in-Chief A. H. ROSSITER Managing Editor GLAUCUS F. GULLEY, JR. Florence Rhea Talley School Editor Lucille Palmer News Editor Bernard Dabney ! Exchange Editor Herman Wunsch Sports Editor Franklin Watkins Sports Writer Malcolm Reeks Sports Writer Archie Deaner Sports Writer Elizabeth Floyd Club Editor Elizabeth Walker Club Writer Charles Frost Dramatic Critic Clarice Robinson Feature Writer GENERAL REPORTERS Milton Hutchinson, Helen Bowman, Sam Rudlin, Elizabeth Parrish, Turner Green, Rosa Flegenheimer, Spe McClure, Ruth Gran, Jeanette McConnell, Katherine Sergeant. STAFF CORRESPONDENTS B. Powell Harrison, Jr V. M. I. Robert Lecky V. P. I. Bill Lee Washington and Lee Jesse Mahoney Randolph-Macon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

General Robert Memorialized Lee Devised First Course in Collegiate Journalism Ever Instituted; Died as President of Washington and Lee University Lexington, Va., Oct. 13. —General Robert E. Lee, who died here sixtyone years ago today, was memorialized on the anniversary of his death not only for his strategy as a general but for his genius as a college president. He died as president of Washington College, now Washington and Lee University. In the last 'five years of his life, spent at Lexington as an educator, Lee devised and began at this allSouthern institution the first collegiate instruction for journalism ever known in the world—now the Lee Memorial School of Journalism — one of the first engineering schools in the South, one of the first schools of commerce in the country, one of the first schools of law in the South, and an honor system known today as one of the most successful and in- spiring systems of student government in existence. All these edu- 5 !&•# l&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

SPORTS Justices Battle Randolph-Macon Yearlings V. P. I. and W. & M. to Meet in New Stadium Blue and White to Play Jackets at Island Today To Play Strong Yellow Jacket Freshman Eleven at Island Today at 3:30; Has Some Strong Men Coach Miller Expects Close Battle Today Many Richmond Boys On Jackets' Squad; Ex-Mar-shallite to Be Seen in Action John Marshall's strong eleven will today encounter the strong eleven from the Randolph-Macon. The Ran-dolph-Macon Freshman team has a strong, fast, and skillful team. Coach Dave Miller anticipates an . interesting encounter with the Yellow Jacket yearlings. "From all I hear they have a pretty good team," said the Justice coach. "They have some good men from Ran-dolph-Macon Academy. They have a fine tackle from John Marshall, in Jesse Mahoney. Dave Wilson, exMcGuire's star, and some other Richmond boys are playing on the freshman team. We have reasons to expect a good, close game." The game is to be played at Mayo Island this afternoo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 October 1929

Personals C. Miller Hughes, '29, is now working with U. S. Engineers near Wilmington, Del. He visited high school this week and saw some of his former teachers. W. Clayton Spain, 'l9, is connected with Stout Metal Airplane Division of the Ford Motor Company at Dearborn, Michigan. F. Henry Garber and Reynolds Anderson, '27, who are attending M. I. T. have been pledged to Delta Tau Delta. The Three Musketeers at John Marshall are Anna Massie, Helen Holland, and Frances Morris. A. Meisel, '23, is connected with the Williamsburg Restoration at Williamsburg. Margaret Rutherford and Georgia Belle Bennett, '29, who are attending William and Mary were in town over the week-end. There were many interesting activities among the teachers in the Modern Language Department this sum- Miss Holt enjoyed a beautiful summer in Italy studying at The Royal University of Italy. Miss Stagg spent her vacation of many delightful days, studying at the University of Sorbonne in Paris. Miss Torres spent her v...

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