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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 December 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 (INTEHHATIONAp (Member EST. 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 Reyel^ Business Manager • IV'i'.V" J? arr ?« i i Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kelhson, Billy Maliery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Jo Lucas, {Catherine Parkinson. Girls' Sports Editor Rose Lee Donati, Miriam Hazlewood Alumni Editor ..Dorothy Brown Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor £ a ,1 ces deadly Photograph Editor . Wallace Lundie Radio Editor Stanley Watskey Exchange Editors Nell Burnett, Marian Austin Circulation Managers Horace Vaughan, Wirt Hatcher Adver...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 December 1938

Players Receive Monograms in Assembly ti SPOTLIGHT tJte* ON SPORTS M BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY Altogether John Marshall has had an excellent grid season, and the students have good reason to be proud of their team. They have played ten games, won eight, tied two, and lost one. The final resume is as follows: J. M. Opp. Lawrenceville 45 -0 Charlotte (N. G.) 6 6 E. G. Glass 0 0 Jefferson Sr 9 6 Christ Church 20 6 Hopewell 12 6 Maury . 6 6 Danville 54 0 Thomas Jefferson 19 0 Petersburg 0 19 Total 170 43 $$ $ $ TEE JAY BOWS Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall's traditional rival, made an unsuccessful, but gallant bid for a second win over John Marshall, but win, lose, or draw, these two teams are sportsmen , and we hope that the clean play in this year's game will serve as an example to the teams of future years. The Presidents are to be commended for the gallant spirit they displayed, refusing to admit defeat until the final whistle had blown. &# » & CRIMS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 2 December 1938

Page Four Miss Lindeman Talks About Group Hears About Stars Miss Edith Lindeman Gives Facts about Pictures, Film Stars to Reserves, Guests Speaking to the Girl Reserves and their gues>ts, the Dramatic Club, the journalism class, and the Monocle staff, last Tuesday, Miss Edith Lindeman, movie critic of the Richmond TimesDispatch, Hfeld the group completely entranced as she revealed the life and secrets of the film world. "The first thing a person thinks of when someone mentions Hollywood is glamor. Glamor seems to go with Hollywood as ham goes with eggs or Ike with Mike. Glamor is but a state of mind," said Miss Lindeman as she opened her talk. The typical day of an actor starts at 6 a. m. After the application of makeup, which takes a few hours ordinarily, a star is ready for work. Normally, two to three minutes of a movie are shot in a day. Home at 6 p. m., the first thing a star thinks of is nice, comfortable bed. "Off the screen, actresses dress simply and inconspicuou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1938

Student Wins First Place In Recent Essay Contest For Richmond Schools; Mayor Presents Award. Vol. XII. F. E. Grigsby Places First Among Many Girl Journalist in 105 Wins TopHonorsandPrizeMoney In Essay Contest on City Frances Elizabeth Grigsby of 105 won the first prize of twentyfive dollars in the recent essay contest sponsored by the City Council on "Why America Should Visit Richmond". On Tuesday she received a telegram of congratulations from the chairman of the committee in charge of the contest, William Shands Meacham of the Tim es-D is pa tch. Writes for Paper Frances is a member of the journalism class, taught by Miss Charles Anthony, and entered the contest through this class. She writes for The Monocle, is a member of the Van Vort Debating Society, and usually makes good grades in all her classes. "All the papers were good," declared Mr. William Shands Meacham, chairman of the committee in charge of the contest, "but the winner had, in a few hundred words, presented the case...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 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 CARV STREET < INTEBHATIONAp pill (MetnberT EST.jp^ i«i**j 1937-58) §gp| 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 Revelej Business Manager Harry Pattit Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors Bruce ICellison, 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1938

John Marshall Places Three on All-State Jl mm Ik M x -"\ JL.Jap Hr i BP 1 H m& : : J| F j^H *• 1H J:> .a» - «§f«s < c^H gppF ,p —wQ^ ts SPOTLIGHT SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY IN MEMORIAM This paragraph is dedicated to the beautiful memory of the crowds that vanished some years ago following the cessation of athletic relationship between John Marshall and Benedictine. "Them were the days, pard," of a rivalry as keen and intense as the annual football classic between T. J. and J. M. Since that time the attendance at basketball games in Richmond has dropped considerably. Here's hoping that we bring the crowd back to life this season with the rivalry between "John and Tom", which has increased as the years went by. $ * $ $ THE END IS NIGH With the coming of the new year, football will be over until next autumn. But already in the high schools the headgear and pads have been packed away, and the exhilaration of seeing long runs and savage l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1938

Page Four School Clerk Has Many and Varied Office Duties School Clerk Works Hard Checks on Credits of Seniors Who Apply for Graduation; Fills Out Recemmendations Miss Nellie Henson, registrar for high school, works 'hard from the time she comes to school in the morning at nine o'clock until the time she leaves in the afternoon at four o'clock, checking credits. Checks Three* Times Miss Henson's work is to check up on pupils entering or leaving school. The most important part of her task is the checking of seniors who apply for graduation. These applications mus.t be checked three times. First, she sees if by the pupil's count the subjects and credits are correct. Second, she goes over them with record card from junior high and senior high school. Third, she checks the subjects passed the first half of the senior year. Very Important Work This work is very important to seniors since it saves them a great deal of embarrassment when the time for graduation comes and avoids a situation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1939

Approximately 231 Pupils Will End High School Career This February; 113 Boys and 118 Girls. Vol. XII. 231 Students To Graduate In February Final Tests Tell True Story; Sexes Approximately Equal; Many Football Stars Leave Leaving the school for the last time in February are 231 students, 113 boys and 118 girls. This is an approximate number because only after the final tests can one really know who graduates in February. The girls graduating are as follows: Abernathy—Allen Mary Abernathy, Dorothy Allen, Lillian Anderson, Elsie Andrews, Jane Grey Atkinson, Marian Austin, Josephine Barringer, Mildred Belcher, Gwendolyn Berry, Majorie Billups, Ruth Blanks, Helen Bolton, Kathleen Bonner, June Boothe, Edna Bradbury, Florence Brockwetl, Marilyn Brooking, Dorothy Brown, Leah Browning, Jean Bruce, Louise Buckner, Nell Burnett, Ruth Burnett, Frances Bushell, Bessie Butler, Winnie Cordona, Joyce Clarke, Lucille Cline, Eleanor Caffey, Mildred Coleman, Margaret Cottrell, Catherine Cross, Gertrud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1939

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 (INTERNATIOWTO (Member {* EST. IW> 1937-287 IGLL 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 Pattie 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, Wir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1939

Justice Cagers Play Host to Petersburg ts. SPOTLIGHT t™%" ON SPORTS SI BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY Judging from the strength of the Justice cagers in the J. M.-Central game last Saturday night, it appears likely that John Marshall will have more than merely a fighting chance to take the state title this year. They possess all-state possibilities in Mike Taylor, guard, Chesty ("Did you say fancy pantz? Yes, I said fancy pantz") Grossman, Ernie Thompson, and Irving "Peanuts" Levin, veterans from last season. Probably one of their toughest opponents will be the Blue Devils of Hopewell High. They will play host to some strong teams this season. * * * $ COME ONE, COME ALL! With, one of their strongest teams yet, the spectator can be assured of a swell game for his money (just fifteen cents on your athletic cards) whenever he views a J. M. game. So come out and support your team. A little cheering won't harm the team. $« $ $ SAY HELLO TO Co-Captain Frank "Chesty" Grossman, five fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1939

Page Four Wythe Students Lead School in Honor Roll Wythe Pupils Take Honors Forty-six Sophomores on Roll Of Honor for Third Month; Juniors Number Twenty-one Sophomores outnumbered the combination of seniors and juniors on the honor roll for the third month by contributing forty-six names to the last, while the juniors had twenty-one and the seniors eighteen. The total of eighty-five is the greatest number to get 90 per cent or more on all subjects this semester. Honor roll seniors were Rachels Gilbert, 4H2; Virginia Wagner, 4H10; Jo Lucas, iMarolyn Brooking, Mary Elder, Katlherine Parkinson, Sally Powell, 4H14; Walter Ray Gam bill, 4LI; Addison Dalton, Robert Filer, Virginia Elizabeth Alston, Mary Jane Dodson, Florine Nuckols, Maxine Williams, 4L2; Cecil Franklin Jones, 4L7; Sam Wiley Riddel I, Robert Boyd Robinson, 4L10; Mary Elizabeth Talley, 4L14. Those from the junior classes were Joyce Ann Wilkinson, 3Hi; Helen Borwinski, Ann Margarite Tucker, 3H3; Forrest Whitfield Brown, Vict...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 February 1939

National Honor Society Begins in John Marshall; Twenty-five Form First Chapter; Dr. Ely Sponsor. Vol. XII. Pupils Hear Of School's Fine Record Newcomers to John Marshall Receive Welcoming Program At Assembly Last Friday Newcomers to John Marshall attended their first sophomore assembly last Friday when the John Marshall Student Association presented a welcoming program to the new Marshalldtes and explained the Student Association Program. Sterling Harris, acting chairman of the executive committee introduced the executive committee, following Mr. Floyd E. Fowlkes who welcomed the new students. Students Speaks Sterling told of the improved conditions in the cafeteria, of the work done by the welcoming committee, and of the schedule of tests which has been given the faculty for consideration. After reading the charter of the Student Association, Sterling introduced Lillian Emerson, who spoke about John Marshall High School's place in the history of Richmond and called attention to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 February 1939

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 iloy Member, Southern lnterscholastic 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, 1579. Co-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager Harry Pattie Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Nancy Oxenham Girls' Sports Editor Mary Ann Hallmark Alumni Editor Peggy Kyle Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headly Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager P° we 'l Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff Nancy Oxenham, Rosalie Fones, Fred Layman, Bob Fil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 February 1939

J. M. Seeks Revenge in Alexandria Tonight SPOTLIGHT !_%*- SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY The Justices have see-sawed back and forth between good and fair since the basketball season began, but things are steadily looking up. In case anyone who reads this column hasn't been following the fortunes of the basketball team, a little review is in order. Well, starting off a little slowly, they dropped decisions to the Crimson Wave 40 to 30 and to Alexandria 27 to 24. Here they began to pick up, for Lee High fell before the axe, 52 to 12. An amusing incident happened in this little set-to. Lee High man got his hands on the ball, and so rattled was he by the uncommon occurrence that he took a crack at his own goal and sank the point for John Marshall. Tee Jay was the next to go down, by a score of 33 to 16. Hopewell followed with a loss to the Justices, the Blue and White cagers ringing up 37 points to the Blue Devils' 26. Petersburg, in a return engagement, again defeated the J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 February 1939

Page Four Members of Mr. Chestnuft's Class Graduate kk..^^f■ • l! %* \\ ifi r a.' : JSHI Eb Shown above are the members of last term's fourth period auto class who helped tear down and reconstruct the car with which they appear. Included in the picture are Charles Armstrong, J. G. Bass, J. S. Baird, J. R. Buchanan, S. P. Childress, J. A. Dean, L. M. DeMasters, R. C. Flowers, F. L. Gorden, T. N. Grumbles, L. A. McGehee, C. D. Meador, Pupils Work Under N. Y. A. Work in House of Happiness To Pay for School Expenses, Appreciate the Opportunity In John Marshall High School, a$ well as in other high schools and colleges throughout the nation, a number of industrious young persons are working under the National Youth Administration. The main purpose of the N. Y. A. is to encourage boys and girls to stay in school as long as possible, and the organization helps them to do so, by giving them the opportunity to earn part of their school expenses. Vocational Training "The boys and girls on N. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 February 1939

Students Put on Play Over Richmond Station; Concerns Our Neighbors, Foreign Politics, Customs. Vol. XII. J. M. Pupils Enact Play OverWMBG Act as Foreigners Discussing Food,Dress,Music,Customs, And Politics in Fatherlands Expressing their views and opinions on foreign countries and persons, John Marshall pupiils enacted a radio play via Station WMBG a week ago yesterday, which marks the third of a series of such presentations. Written by Gonzalez Our Neighbors, a play written by Rose Orts Gonzalez and members of the Record staff, had as its plot a house party given by an American boy who invited his foreign friends to visit him, during which time they all held a discussion as to the customs, dress, music, food, and political situations of each country. The countries represented were America, France, Japan, Germany, Spain, China, and Italy. In the radio play "Harry Pattie took the part of Billy, the American; Robert Filer, as Rene, represented France; Rupert Hughes, Jr. took the part ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 February 1939

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 CINTCiWATIONAp PPI3 , v (Member ( [JIG - 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, 1579. Co-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reyeley Business Manager • • jJP arr i» t att, j Copy Editors Joan Williams, Mary Elder, Tom McLeod Boys' Sports Editors 6ruce Kellison Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Nancy Oxenham Girls' Sports Editor Mary Ann Hallmark Alumni Editor .....Peggy Kyle Cadet Editor Thomas McL*od Art Editor Frances Headley Photograph Editor .. Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager • ••«••• Sallly Assistants to Editorial and Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 February 1939

T. J. Title Hopes Rest on Victory over Justices ti SPOTLIGHT e3g| SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY With a final salvo of dribbling, etc. John Marshall winds up her season against Thomas Jefferson, tonight. Having, at the time of this writing, won four games and lost five, John Marshall may be said to have had a fairly successful season. This is a record of the wins and losses in the Central District, only. ** * * SAY HELLO TO Garvin Hamner, a mere (not belittling) sophomore who has made che basketball team this year by virtue of bis shiftiness and his ability to toss snappy passes. Coach Miller has inserted him many times in games, and he has proved his worth every time. With several years of high school basketball still ahead for him, great things are expected of Garvin. Billy Barbour, another sophomore, who has also ably accounted for himself in every instance .that he has played. Though by no means tall, he overcomes his small statue by his speedy floorwork. Graduation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 February 1939

Page Four J. M. Military Organization Begins Contest Corps Plans New Contest Efficiency CupTo Be Awarded; Companies Able To Win 300 Points for Spring Drilling Captain James Crenshaw Anthony, commandant of the John Marshall corps of cadets, recently announced the training and oorps efficiency contest program for the January to June term. Each half term a cup is awarded to the company attaining the greatest number of paints out of a possible 200. For the past two half terms, Company E has won this award. This year the program bias been changed so that a company may win as much as 300 points. The cup is not awarded entirely on what the cadets do in drill, but points are also given or deducted, for suspension, speech, studies, and school and student cooperation. The complete corps efficiency contest is as follows: Consideration for Events Points Lee's Birthday Parade 10 (Appearance, conduct, lines, rifles, step, alertness of file-closers, commands, and distances.) Re-organization 15 (Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Paper Appears in Spring; John Marshall Makes Good Sports Standings In Basketball, Football. Vol. XII. Newspaper Celebrates Tenth Birthday J. M. Makes Good Record In' 29 Season Basketball Takes School Lead In First Year of Paper; Football Season Successful Sports editing took place in the first year of The Monocle's existence under Glaucus Gulley wtho later became, for a short time, editor of The Monocle. The first (issue appeared at the end of basketball season, the Justices taking nineteen and losing three on its regular league schedule. In addition to that they participated in the annual Washington and Lee basketball tournament in Lexington at which place they played four more games, going to the semifinals before losing to Newport News, the champions. Phess Woodson Plays Two years previous to this a Justice quintet, among wlhom were Willie King (now coaching at the Neighborhood House), Phess Woodson (present assistant Justice coach), and Captain Lud Sherman (now of the Capital Ci...

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