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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 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 OHTEMATIQNAO PHS „ , jgr (Member pm -Mini ) 1936-39) 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 Managing Editor Tom McLeod 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 Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager ..Sally Powell Assist...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Corps of Cadets Adopt Overcoats and Coat-of-Arms Old Member Writes Note Charles Frost Sends Message Of Birthday Cheer to Paper, WishesPublicationGreetings Charles S. Frost, one of the favorite dramatic persons at John Marshall when The Monocle began, writes the following letter: Dear Monocle, Perhaps you don't remember me for you were such a youngster when last you saiw me. However, I remember you from the time you were a mere baby. And what a fine healthy baby you were, bringing cheer and news to thousands, and the feeling of pride and satisfaction to those who aided in launching you on the road to success and national recognition. There are few who can boast of such an heritage as you possess, and fewer still who have used that heritage to such advantage and marvelous results. Monocle, from the bottom of my heart I wish you a happy birthday and success for all the years to come. Throughout all your life remember—remember the ones who guide you, and your god parents, Mis 9 Charles ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Page Four Association Offers Plan For 1931-'32 Teachers Home From Abroad; School Gets Two Trophies; Senior Play Closes Year John Marshall's Athletic Association, The Record , and The Monocle introduced a students' association at the beginning of a new term in September, 1931. By the $2.98 plan one ticket entitled the holder to The Record every month, The Monocle every week, and to attend every game played by J. M. in Richmond until June. Boasting of their trip abroad, but declaring that there's 110 place like home, Miss Eva Branch, Miss Mabel Nims, and l Miss Butcher, a former teacher, returned home to become again teachers and not wandering tourists. Poets Write for Magazine According to the October 16 issue John Marshall poetry writers received an entire page in the May issue of The School Press Review, a iproduct of the Columbia Press Association. Among the thousands who attended the Yorktown Sesq uicenten ni al cekbation, the John Marshall corps of cadets composed a small number...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

'32-33 Editor Is Now 'Times-Dispatch' Reporter School Has Success fill Year, '32-'33 Votes of Pupils Elect Roosevelt As President; Publications Win Honors and Awards In the year '32 and '33, the pupils of John Marshall chose the president of the United States. The voters cast 1,003 ballots to elect Franklin D. Roosevelt. Governor John Garland Pollard sent a letter to the school congratulating the Marshialliites on their wise choice. Speak in Assembly In November, John Marshall observed Education Week, which is yearly celebrated- throughout the nation. Dr. F. W. Boatw right, president of the University of Richmond and Dr. R. E. BLackwell, president of RandolphMacon College were among the persons who spoke in the assembly concerning education. During this month the school was proud also to have a former student, then attending U Diversity of Richmond, chosen president of the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association. Overton Represents School Representing the youth of the city, three...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Page Six Martha Ellis Edits Paper During'33-'34 Takes Part in Such Activities As Drama, Beauty Contest, President of Quill and Scroll International first honor award in Quill and Scroll was only one of the honors The Monocle received while Martha Lou Ellis edited it during the term 1933-34. Wins Awards That year the paper won also a silver cup in the Southern Interscholastic Press Association, received first class honor rating at the fourteenth annual All-Americvin Newspaper Critical Service conducted 'by the National Scholastic Press Association, and was the best in the state, (according to the Virginia Literary and Athletic League. Martha was a good ■editor and a talented writer. Some of her stories and editorials were sent to Quill and Scroll and often received honorable mention. Martha, Active Besides her work on the publication, Martha took part in various other activities in the school. Active in dramatics, she had the leading role in the Christmas play of '33. She was the gra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Life in John Marshall Varied and Delightful, '34-'35 Pitts, August Edit Monocle Publications Receive Honors; Matthew F. Maury Portrait Presented by Senior Class When Elsie Pitts and Charlie August were co-editors of The Monocle, life 1 was varied and delightful. The Marshallite, Record, and Monocle all received first honors at the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League held at the University of Virginia. Irving Elmore Jeter and Marie Anna Reuss received first awards for the work of their senior year in the form of scholarships to the College of William and Mary. Brandis, President Linwood Brandis was elected president of the senior class, and the members began a campaign to get more class members. The person bringing in the most new members received tickets to the last three football games of the season. Marcia iSilvette, who studied at John Marshall from 1925 to 1928, exhibited paintings, drawings, and pieces of sculpture at the Academy of Arts. This year she and her sis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

Page Eight Royal Brandis, '35-'36 Co-Editor,Wins in School Contests Royal Brandis, Paper Editor Led School with 98 Average; Won First Place in Contest; Member, Quill and Scroll Royal Brandis, co-editor-in-chief of the Monocle of 1935~'36, was a spirited editor and true Marshallite. Royal was as intelligent as he was spirited; for the month of November in 1935, he led the school in scholarship, having an average of 96.66 on all his classes. Another high average came when he tied Ninita Gonzalez with an average of 98. He finished the term from September to February with the highest average in the school. Because of his high average, his being editor of The Monocle, and his good character, he was a member of the Quill and Scroll Society. Entering the Scholastic current events contest, he won a fountain pen; from the International Business Machine Association he received the state award on his essay; and he won the Harvard Book' Club award in June. In the senior class "Who's Who" contes...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 March 1939

J. M. Students Show Ability In Many Way s Help Other Schools, Promote Goodwill, Compile a Nature Book, Receive Encyclopedias To start the fall semester in 1936 Mir. Jesse H. Binford, superintendent of schools, stated that be was proud of Jolin Marshall because of its wonderful achievements. The only thing that he desired during the new term was that every student be a better student and every teacher be a better teacher. Shortly after the term had begun Captain James C. Anthony announced cadet appointments and promotions with Cadet First Captain James J. Ancelil heading the corps. Encourage Others To encourage the students of Glen Allen High School in their first attempt at a school publication representatives from John Marshall, Thomas Jefferson, and the University of Richmond told the student (body of the advantages of a school paper. Billy McCauley spoke on belhalf of this school. Exchanging visits on a goodwill mission, student speakers of Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall impr...

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

Page Ten Editors Rosenfeld and Gonzalez Have Successful Year with Paper Co-Editor Is W.andL.Pupil Former J. M. Pupil Excels At College, Places on Staff Of StudentNewspaper,There Much of the success of the 1937-38 editions of The Monocle can foe attributed to the fine work of its co-editor, Robert Rosenfeld, who is at present continuing his studies at Washington and Lee University. While at John Marshall, Robert was not merely a good editor. Indeed he was a versatile student. He was in the corps of cadets, a member of the first student participation group, and an honor student throughout his high school career. Places in Contest In the national letter writing contest last year, Robert gained recognition by winning honorable mention. This was not the only award he woo in journalism contests, for he consistently placed in the various group contests open to Quill and Scroll members. Newspaper Staff Member Since matriculating at Washington and Lee, Robert has continued his high scholasti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1939

World Champion Typist, Mr. George L. Hossfield, Discusses Experiences, With Typing Students. Vol. XII. Mr. Hossfield Shows Pupils Way To Type Believes Accuracy and Speed Important to Good Typist; Has Made World's Record Appearing before a combined group of shorthand and typing students in the auditorium Monday, March 6, Mr. George L. Hossfield, world champion professional itypist, gave a demonstration to acquaint students with some helpful ideas for their work. "The first championship meet was 'held in Madison Square Gardens, New York City, and was won by Mass Rose Fritz, who made a speed of eighty-two words a minute," said Mr. Hossfield as he began bis talk. "She had a great advantage at that time, because only five words were deducted as a penalty for each error." Wins in Ninth The ninth championship tournament was held in Richmond; and Mr. Hossfield had the double privilege of appearing and winning the contest. He pointed out that the judges go over the papers with magnifying gla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 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 <INTEIMATIONAP j/vf '■ (Memberf* EST JMTmi 1938-59) 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 Revelev Business Manager Harry Pattie Managing Editor Tom McLeod Copy Editors. .. .Mary Elder, Addison Dalton, Bob Filer, Ben Rouzie 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 Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1939

Generals Drop Tourney After Fifteen Years <#►,• SPOTLIGHT «sm § SPORTS^ BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY With 130 points to his credit John Marshall's Irving Levin paced the Justice cagers in scoring and at the same time walked off with the Cy Slavin four-shooting trophy. Statistics that might be of interest to the' followers of the Blue and White are herewith listed. JOHN MARSHALL STATISTICS G. F. G. F. T. Irving Levin, f 16 48 34 130 Frank Grossman, f 16 38 24 100 Ernest Taylor, g 14 35 24 94 Ernest Thompson, c 16 25 20 70 Bill Klein, g 15 26 8 60 William Barbour, f., g 16 8 2 18 Garvin Hamner, f 10 7 2 16 Dave Bucher, c 2 1 0 2 Pete Boaz, g 4 1 0 2 Howard Molloy, f 4 0 1 1 Joe Schiff, f. .. 1 0 0 0 Joe Hoffman, g 1 0 0 0 Totals , 16 189 115 493 Dec. 14—43; Randolph-Macon "B", home 36 Jan. 10—29; Randolph-Macon "B", there 22 Jan. 17—30; Petersburg, home 40 Jan. 21—24; George Washington, Alexandria, home 27 Jan. 27—52; Washington and Lee, Arlington, home 12 Jan. 28—23...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 March 1939

Page Four J. M. Student Association Proves Successful Organization Begins Work Student Association Successful With Welcoming Committee, Several Assembly Programs John Marshall's student association organized last May to improve the students individually and to raise their group standards to the highest levels. Representatives from each home room met at this time and elected twelve persons to act as an executive committee Which would serve in planning student association work for and during the following year. The organization started actual work with the beginning of the new term last autumn. Holds Regular Meetings At joint monthly meetings of representatives and the executive committee students brought in suggestions and discussed future plans. The first large accomplishment was the organization of the cafeteria committee. This committee has stimulated an interest and pride in the cafeteria and has done a fine piece of work. The welcoming committee, which has been functioning since...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1939

Noted Authors Visit Here For Book Fair; Readings By Notables Are Small Part of Varied Program. Vol. XII No. 13 Local Store Shows Books During Week Committee of Engl i shTeachers, Parent Teacher Association Sponsor Programs at Hotel Sponsored by a committee of English teachers of the Richmond Pu* Lie Schools, the Parent Teacher Associations, and a locail store, a Book Fair lias been in progress this past week of March 27-31, with programs ait a city hotel and a tea room. Library Club Plays The Library Club of this schol under the supervision of Miss Ellinor Preston, gave a play entitled At the Sign of the Bible and the Sun. The climax of the children's programs will 'be the book parade today at the tea room. Both these entertainments will take place this afternoon, v Auslander Here Today Dr. Joseph Auslander, poetry lecturer at Columbia' University, will speak .here at noon today on ''Poetry in a Democracy" and tonight at 8:15 at the roof garden of John Marshall Hotel. Monday's progr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 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 OHTPWatiohal; (Nember(^w > M?!^)1936-59) Ma 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, 1579. Co-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager Harry Pattie Managing Editor ..Tom McLeod Copy Editors Mary Elder, Addison Dalcon, Bob Filer, Ben Rouzie 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 Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager Sally Powel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1939

Justice Cindermen Face Crucial Tests Today SPOTLIGHT ° N SPORTS 4 BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY As John Marshall has no regular gym period for boys, tit has had to depend on a number of sources to instruct boys at an early age in the noble art of basketball. Among these are the Boys' Club, at which place many of our foremost players, one of whom was Billy McCann, received their early tutoring, the Council Neighborhood House, the Central "Y", and junior high schools. Now that the Boys' Club has folded up, the weight of early training has been borne by the remaining places. The Neighborhood House and the "Y" being overcrowded now, John Marshall's prospects for a great future are somewhat blurred. Many boys coming from junior high schools have expressed their disappointment because of leaving behind their gym period. For the sake of the school and of posterity we hope that this necessity can be met in the near future. ** & * Next Saturday the University of Richmond wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 March 1939

Page Four Home Room Organization Takes Place Johnny Steis Chosen President In2loW,Gloria Butter,2llW, And Doris Holmes in 111W Taking part in the John Marshall High School activities for the first time, the students in 210W and 21 iW have shown special interest in electing their class officers for the term. Johnny Steis, who recently won the Virginia-North Carolina Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament, is serving as president in room 210 W. Dorothy Belch is the student participation representative, Lelon Garner is the Red Cross representative, and Margaret Spicer is the sophomore representative. Room 211W The officers in room 21 iW are as follows: Gloria Butler, president; Stuart Allen, vice-president; Margaret Walsh, secretary; and Sidney Goda, reporter. Room 111W Home room 111W announced that they have elected the following officers: Doris Holmes, president; Eugene McCormick, vice-president; and Elizabeth Tuck, secretary-treasurer. Room 105W There was an election of officers held in 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 April 1939

Language Tournament Has Seventy-four Entrants From Richmond Vicinity; Schools Enter Students. Vol. XII No. 14 Tournament Draws Eight From Jayem Seventy-four from Richmond Area Participate in Annual Language Contest Recently Of the seventy-four modern language students who competed in the sixth annual modern language tournament conducted at the Richmond Division of the College of William and Mary April 115 eight were from John Marshall. These students were from Richmond, Petersburg, Hopewell, and Ashland high schools and private and parochial schools. Exams in Other Places Similar examinations took place all over the state. There are thirteen examination centers for contestants in (the tournament, which is siponsored by the Modern Language Association of Virginia. College scholarships are offered to winners who are graduating, and other ,prizes are offered to junior and sophomore students. Boy winners of the tournament are offered two scholarships by the University of Virginia and by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 April 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 (Member (* tsifmi *)1936-39) jgpp V %4SSOO^> / 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, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager.. Harry Pattie Managing Editor Tom McLeod Copy Editors Mary Eider, Addison Dalton, Bob Filer, Ben Rouzie 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 Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager Sally ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 April 1939

Justices Nose Out Tee Jay in Twelve Innings SPOTLIGHT SPORTS BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY TRACK FLASHES The Justices' "one man track team," Paul McMullin, threw the century for a loss when he ticked it off in ten seconds flat at the Duke invitational interscholastic track meet down in North Carolina last week. Not satisfied with this, he ran the 120 high hurdles in 15.3 seconds, which for that track equals the record. So every one that wears the Blue and White should congratulate Captain McMullin. Not only did the boys shine at Durham, but they also marked up points to place second in the five-way Central District jamboree out at University of Richmond. They showed their heels to Maury, and they put Hopewell in their place; now they hope to give Lynchburg a going-over on our track tomorrow. • $ $ :!: $ NEWS OF THE NINE The Justices demonstrated their ability to meet all comfcrs in the king of sports when they slapped the Petersburg pitcher around for an 8 to 5 win and set Hop...

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