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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1939

SI PA Convention To Break November 3 and 4; J. M. Sends Representatives Of Three Publications. Vol. XIII No. 3 Journalists Hear Call From SIPA Delegates Will Represent J.M.; Miss Anthony, Anne Tucker, Ruth Wicker, Rouzie To Go Using as its theme "Interesting the Reader," the Southern Interscholastic Press Association will hold its fifteenth annual convention at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, on November 3 and 4, to continue its purpose of uniting Southern scholastic journals. John Marshall To Send Delegates John Marshall will send delegates to represent its three student publications, The Marshallite, The Record, and The Monocle. These representatives include Anne Tucker, editor of The Marshallite; Ruth Anne Wicker, co-editor of The Record; and Ben Rouzie, co-editor of The Monocle. Miss Charles Anthony will attend as sponsor of John Marshall publications, and Miss Eva Tatum will take the representatives in her car. In addition to the entries of the publication...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DLETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET <INTCBXAT!ONAp . pSpSK v (Memberl est-JU; 1921 11939-40) B Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Associatiot, Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Associatiot Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the post office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Co-Editors-in-Chief Ben Rouzie, Clifton Lonj Business Manager Wallace Gregor; Assistant Business Manager: Victor Skorap. Managing Editor Bascom Rowlet Copy Editors Marion French, Bill Richard: Boys' Sports Editor :®'U Stag; Feature Editors... .Barbara Parker, Ruby Crowe, Vincen de Gaetam Doris Hasty. Alumni Editor Myra Bardei Cadet Editqr Benme Butt: Photograph Editor... William Webl Exchange Editors Opal Brown, Estelle_ Overtor Circulation Manager Melvin Bishoj Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff Earl Brothers, Ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1939

October 19, 1939 Justices Will Clash with Roanoke Saturday f THROUGH THE KNOT-HOLE « By BILL STAGG HARD luck hit the Justices full in the face at Charlotte and allowed them to meet their first defeat of the season. To begin with Bill Klein, Jayem blocking back and powerhouse, was out of the game with an injured leg which he got during practice. To carry things farther, the Justices just didn't seem to get the breaks which they should have. With their powerful line smashes they piled up a good many first downs, but as luck would have it, they never seemed to be near the goal at the proper time. It may be that the Justices were defeated at the hand of fate so that they might profit from the experience. # # <S> INTRODUCING— Bill Barbour, 163-pound reserve guard of the 1939 edition to the Blue and White— Jack Ittner, second string tackle who weighs 180 pounds — Edward Saxby, reserve blocking back at 160 pounds. These three sophomores have seen action in at least tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 October 1939

Page Four Vocational Class Studies Ways and Means of Selling District C Meets Here Teachers of Richmond Schools And Eight Counties To Be In Conference in Richmond Opening the program of events for the annual conference of District C of the Virginia Education Association, teachers of Richmond public schools and eight counties will be entertained at Thomas Jefferson High School at 7:45 tonight by a musical program. After this there will be a lecture by Mr. W. Y. Elliott of Harvard University on the subject, "America Looks at the general session at 9:15 Friday morning, Mr. Joseph Healy, presidentof the Virginia Education Association, will discuss educational legislation. Twenty-six group discussions will take place from 10:15 to 12 noon in the various rooms at the high school. Miss Florence Ingram is chairman of the committee arranging these panel discussions. In connection with the general theme of putting theory to work, several John Marshall teachers will speak. Miss (Helen Phillips...

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

Orchestra Gives Concerts; Pupils Hear Violin Solos By Bryan and Sheppe; Feature Handel's 'Largo'. Vol. XIII No. 4 Orchestra Serenades Assemblies Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors Hear Sketches from Work Of Handel, Mendelssohn Playing before an audience for the first time this year, the John Marshall High School Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Mr.William T.Sinclair, presented concerts in the assemblies for seniors, cadets, juniors, and sophomores during the week beginning October 23, so that other Marshallites might learn something about the work of the orchestra. Bryan, Sheppe Play Solos Featured on the program was Handel's "Largo", with Billy Bryan and Irving Sheppe sharing honors in the violin solo. Billy played the solo in the first two assemblies, while Irving played in the two others. Mary Elizabeth Kinsey accompanied on the piano. Other numbers on the program were "March; from Athalia" by Mendelssohn, "Just for Fun", a march; and "Connecticut", also a march. On Wednesday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Ba-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET itg I (Member! * yggl ^ — Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929. at the P°»toffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 187 V. Co-Editort in-Chief Ben Rouzie, Clifton Long Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Manager .Victor Skorapa Managing Editor .Bam Rowlctt Copy Editors Manon French, Bill Richards Boys' Sports Editor -Bill Stagg feature Editors Barbara Parker, Ruby Crowe, Vincen de Gaetam, Doris Hasty. .. , Alumni Editor Myra .Barden Cadet Editor Benme Butts Photograph Editor -William Webb Exchange Editors Opal Brown, Estelie Overton Circulation Manager Melvin Bishop Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff Earl Brothers, Irving King, Douglas Wiggins, Dorothy Amiss, Hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1939

November 3, 1939 Blue Devils To Invade John Marshall Field f THROUGH THE KNOT-HOLE By BILL STAGG m£jT AFTER the initial encounters have been passed along the wayside and . the league teams' averages aren't either 1.000 or .000, the boys are displaying "what we got" and "what we ain't got." The lack of a shifty ball toter seems to be a main weakness in the blue team. Hicks and Beasley get frisky every now and then, but as a '/hole their ground gaining depends on their speed rather than on the shifting, dodging performance of a true pony back. However, the Justices use other machinery to generate six-pointers. Dave Bucher's forceful line plunging, with mighty Bill Klein and a high powered forewall in front opening five-foot holes, makes up one combination that J. M. ball games depend on. Another is the blockade put up by the heavyweight ends, Ranny Owen and Melvin Lyell; tackles, Bernard Dotson and Aubrey Gibson; guards, Billy Duke and Joe Baldwin; and center, Joe Hoffman. When the op...

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

Page Four Red Cross To Aid Unfortunate J. M. Defeats Class A Foe "Shorty" Hicks Makes First Touchdown; Dave Bucher Scores; Klein, Extra Point (Continued from page three) gain. Keffer rifled a pass to De Shazo which was good for 8 yards, but on the next play the defense stiffened. De Shazo faked an end run and shot a pass to Walls on the blue team's 26. Collins got the yardage for a first down, fumbled, and recovered. De Shazo took the pass from center and advanced the oval 1 yard. A pass intended for Sizer was incomplete; and on third down Keffer fumbled a low center, picked it up, and was thrown out of bounds. Hicks received the punt on his own 9 and returned it to the 12. Roanoke drew a 5-yard penalty for roughing the punter after which Bucher booted to the 39. De Shazo added 3 yards on two line plunges, and Klein broke up a pass. On fourth down the Jeffs' boot netted only 2 yards. Bucher on a reverse was spilled for a loss of two yards, but he punted out of trouble. Colins Smashe...

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

Students Model Fashions; Wilson, Ann Daougherty Say Work Lots of Fun. See Details on Page 3. Vol. XIII No. 5 'Marshallite' Garners Cup In Lexington The Monocle and' The Record' Capture First Place Awards At S. I. P. A. Convention After competing with publications from nine southern states and the District of Columbia, John Marshall delegates returned from the fifteenth annual Southern Interscholastic Press Association convention at Lexington with a cup and two first place awards. The Marshallite took the Class A cup for annuals, while Thomas Jefferson's The Monticello got a first place awurd. The magazine cup winner was The Critic, E. C. Glass high school, Lynchburg, and The Record took a first place award. Girls Win In the newspaper field the cup went to Girls High Times, Girls High School, Atlanta, Georgia. Virginia Class A papers winning first place awards were The Monocle and The Jeffersonian of Thomas Jefferson High School. The only Virginia paper getting an honor award was Jef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIiETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET fjlgt U£r\ ist 1939-40) g&J 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 Ben Rouzie, Clifton Long Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Manager .Victor Skorapa Managing Editor .Ba*om Rowlett Copy Editors Manon French, Bill Richards Boys' Sports Editor -Bill Stag* Feature Editors. .. .Barbara Parker, Ruby Crowe, Vwcen de Gaetmni, Doris Hasty. ~ „ . Alumni Editor Mvra Barden Cadet Editor • ®f. ntue ,£utts Photograph Editor Willwin Webb Exchange Editors Opal Brown, Este le Overton Circulation Manager ..Melvin Bishop Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff Earl Brothers, Irving King, Douglas...

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

November 17, 1939 Cub Scribes Glean Facts Enlarge Knowledge of History, Shorthand, Algebra, Biology In Fourth Period Classes Visiting fourth period classes last week, members of the journalism class increased their knowledge of history, shorthand, biology, mathematics, chemistry, and English. Students Study Poetry Mrs. Martin's fourth period English 3 class studied poetry from many angles so they could read poetry correctly. Mrs. Martin said that the students in English 3 did not need to understand everything about poetry but ought to be able to read it understanding^. The class spelled the words that dealt with poetry. The teacher put a section of a poem on the blackboard and showed how it was divided into meters. Students asked at least four questions a minute about different phases of poetry. Teacher Speaks of Arabia Miss Elizabeth Hart of room 305W was having the pupils in her fourth period history 4 class discuss Arabia, noting the location, the virtues and vices of the Arabian...

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

Page Four Girls Represent J. M. In Play Day Win Games With Farmville, Whaley; Williamsburg Scene of Meet Helen Smith, Norma Loving, and Doris Verell were among those chosen for the all-star team when John Marshall took part in the state hockey play day in Williamsburg one Saturday. These Justice girls and the other members of their team played two games during the day, winning the first wkh Farmville High School by a 3 to i score and the second with two goals to a single from Matthew Whaley School of Williamsburg. Jayem Coach, Chairman Miss Elizabeth Webb, coach of the John Marshall girls, was chairman of the day's events in Williamsburg. Eight schools were represented at the meet from which all-star teams and an all-state team were selected* Miss Constance Applebee of England, who introduced hockey in America, was among the judges on Saturday. When asked for a statement for The Monocle, Miss Applebee smiled and said, "It is too bad it rained." Girls Play Well "The John Marshall gir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1939

November 17, 1939 Big Blue Team Seeks Victory in Danville -■'•-''' ' - ' : • - . * ■V.-•- ■ • . ' ' ' .:• '• . /.v .-■ ■ ■ • • .• .•• SLIM EE HH \ BBBHHHHHH "' •■■ E!§* Hk. v M :; llßl^li™i ' ■EHffK Si f THROUGH jSgs knot"hole iA By BILL STAGG irfrftr BEFORE another issue of this paper can be placed in .the hands of students, John Marshall will have played its keenest and greatest rival, Thomas Jefferson. Those of you who have seen one of these classics know exactly what to expect, and will no doubt be on hand for the event. But if you have not been so fortunate as to be present at one of these games, please read on. The game is one of the biggest events in football which takes place here during the entire season. It is without doubt the most spectacular game and draws the city's largest crowd. The keen rivalry of the players insures the spectator of seeing a hard fought game and one well worth watching. <s> <s► OUT FOR A VICTORY It will be a group o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 November 1939

Page Six Pupils Come From Binford East End Junior High Sends Students To John Marshall Sophomore Class This Fall Here is a continuation of the list of sophomores. The following are from East End: Jessie Lynch, Edith Meeks, Charles Mergler, Louise Oliver, Mary Peay, Miriam Pinchefsky, Lester Roberts, Vernelle Samuel, Albert Tibbs, Joyce Tucker, Louise Ford, Thelma Liggan, Virginia Christian and Bernard Kenkins Also there are Curtis Darlington, John Enroughty, Evelyn Friedenburg, John Garthright, Vivian Hall, Fulmer Hancock, Rosa Harlow, Dorothy Harvey, Thomas Inge, Virginia Jenkins, Mallory Johnson, Robert Jones, Frances Legge, Ethel McDonough, William Mill, James Pitts, Norma Roberts, Dorothy Spicer, Clarence Taylor, Frances Tisdale, Alice Tyree, Celeste Valentine, John Williams, Thomas Williams, Ruth Wright, Gloria Andrews, Louis Baker, Lois Baker, Joseph Baroody, Harvey Blacklidge, Ellen Bosquet, William Broach, Leslie Carlton, Jackson Brown, Eslie Ellis, Marion Farley, Mary Fried...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1939

Richmond Tuberculosis Association Launches > Christmas Seal Sale To Gain Battle Funds. Vol. XIII No. 6 Tuberculosis Drive Starts; Paper Helps Christmas Seal Sale Finances RichmondAssociationWork; Pupils Asked To Cooperate Because serious tuberculosis develops more commonly during the late teens and early twenties than at any other age period, Miss Nora Spencer Hamner, executive secretary of the Richmond Tuberculosis Association, has asked The Monocle to cooperate in spreading information about this disease. For editorial comment see Page 2. Though it is rare to hear of a case of a school child's dying from tuberculosis, teachers, parents, and students should be concerned about tuberculosis in childhood, for it is here that tuberculosis usually begins, she advised. Unfortunately the early stages seldom have any clear signs or symptoms, but there are two simple tests which prove helpful at this time. One is the tuberlin test, which is simple, harmless, almost painless, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bd-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET QNrtatUTIOWAIJ i§l3] v (Mcmber( tsijffi'ini )t939-40) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the post office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Co-Editors Ben Rouzie, Clifton Loot Busing Manager Wal ace Gwgorj Assistant Business Manager rY—™ AAnrtnn\nn FAiinr BaSCOm KOWICtI Copy Editors....'.'.'.'.'. Marion French, Bill Richards Boys' Sports Editor j ]i Stagg Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Ruby Crowe, Vincen de Gaetam, Doris Hasty. _ . Alumni Editor:. Cadet Editor... Photograph Editor r ii 13 "?! Exchange Editors Opal Brown, Este le Overton Circulation Manager. .. • ; ••••••• •••• • • • ? l ;°£ Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff, .. .Earl Brothers, Irving King, Douglas Wi...

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

December i, 1939 Jeffs Score in First Two Minutes To Win f THROUGH fcjfcp THE KNOT-HOLE M By BILL STAGG WELL, now you have it. There was many a sad heart in the Jayem stands at the close of the game with Teejay, but good sportsmanship led the Marshallites to congratulate the Jeffs and to look forward already to the defeat which the Justices will hand the Presidents next year. The encounter has caused considerable comment, but the most talked about moment was the trick play which netted the Jeffs a touchdown and a victory. It included a double reverse, a lateral, and a forward pass, and was one of the most beautiful plays executed at the stadium this year. Coach Watt Fugate confessed to having modeled the play after the Boys' Home team, coached by an old Jayem boy, George Magill, and said that it had worked both of the two times used. % # * <s> MAURY HAS BEST RECORD Sporting four state titles and one tie, the Commodores of Maury led in the all-time Class A champ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1939

Page Four Club To Give Spanish Play Senora Torres Polyak Helps Stage Christmas Pageant To Be Shown in Assembly The Don Juan Club is planning another beautiful Christmas pageant which will be shown as usual in the assembly. The club is putting on this pageant with the aid of Senora Torres Polyak, the sponsor of the club, and other teachers of the department. The songs will bring back the beauty and charm of ages long past to the hearts and minds of those who know and love Spanish. The Don Juan Club sponsors also El Aguila, the only Spanish high school paper published in Virginia. The club has had two parties and is planning to go to Washington next spring. All these activities enliven the work of the Spanish pupils and add to the many other reasons that the enrollment in the department has jumped from 78 last term to 112 this term. The Don Juan Club meets weekly, and all pupils who take Spanish may join. Stenographic Classes, Full Transcription Students Shift Glasses; Become Acquaint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 December 1939

Thirty-one John Marshall Athletes Get Letters For Hockey, Football; See Story on Page 4. Vol. XIII No. 7 Drama Class Plans Play For Holiday Seniors To Give One-Act Play, 'Christmas Star for Olga' With the Aid of Miss Peple Seniors in the drama class will present, under the direction of Miss Mary Peple, a one-act play entitled A Christmas Star for Olga by Barbara Webb, in the auditorium, the day before the beginning of the Christmas holidays. The senior sponsor, Miss Elsie McClintic, is sponsoring the play. Choir To Sing Mary Waymack will be the narrator; Meflin, the good spirit, will be Mary Anne Meyer; Ann Tucker will act the part of Groak, the mischievous spirit; Alice Green will be Mrs. Hill, a charming young married woman; the delightful Mrs. Somms will be Birnadine Klein; Eunice Meoni will play the part of the attractive Mrs. Patterson ; and Anne Daougherty will act the part of the maid, Olga. The a capella choir will assist these players. The play is a short comedy full of lau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 December 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bd-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET (IHTeBNATIOhAp iSHS , v f/yr (MembcrT " T 1921 ) 1939-40) jggpyyj 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 pf March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief A Ben Clifwn Long Business Manager W v ~ *ES2 Assistant Business Manager Rnw^ett Managing Editor • •••• •• • Copy Editors Manon French, Bill Richards Boys' Sports Editor • • .. .Bill Stagg Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Vincen de Gaetani, Doris Hasty. Alumni Editor r * ;? Cadet Editor Wrf£ Phninnrnth Editor William Webb E%& ejh%::::::. opai E.«;ie ,<*«««, Circulation Manager • •Melvtn Bishop Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff... .Earl Brothers, Irving King, Douglas Wiggins, Do...

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