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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 December 1939

December 15, 1939 .Justice Team Posts Moral Win Over Wave f THROUGH KNOT H HOLE LL By BILL STAGG JOHN MARSHALL'S 1939 football team is now just a page in the annals of school history. Basketball season is well on its way, and \ already the Justice cagers have started getting into shape. As you know, the dribblers won the city class A championship last year and are already aiming for higher honors. Back from the '3B quintet are Chesty Grossman, Justice captain, Bill Barbour, and Bill Klein. Grossman will be eligible until February when he graduates, and then the Justices must mold a new star. Joe Hoffman will probably solve tlie mystery. David Friedman and Joe Schiff are the other leading bidders for varsity berths. Coaches Dave Miller and Phess Woodson have agreed on a plan of coordination in which they will have equal authority over the basketball team. This arrangement will give Coach Miller more time in which to work with the B squad, supervise the cadet league, and organize juni...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 December 1939

Page Four Hockey, Football Player Win Awards In Athletics Norma Loving Receives Gold Medal; Students Get Letters For Football and Hockey Thirty-one John Marshall students received their school letters in thp auditorium last Thursday at a special senior assembly. Miss Elizabeth Webb, coach of the hockey team, presented the monogram club gold medal for goal shooting to Norma Loving of room 108. Coach Praises Girls Miss Webb praised the entire squad for their cooperation and success. The girls won all but one game, which they lost to St. Catherine's. "With many handicaps that other teams did not have," stated Miss Webb, "I am proud to say we came out second, bowing only to St. Catherine's." Mr. James C. Harwood awarded twelve letters and numerals to members of the hockey players. The squad gave Miss Webb a pair of pigskin gloves as a token of their appreciation for her services. Miller Commends Boys Coach Dave Miller said that his boys had learned more by losing than if they had won. "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 January 1940

Mike Houston Gives Hints To Monocle Reporters, Tells About Memorable Story and Rebel Paper. Vol. XIII No. 8 Corps Holds Annual Hop, Awards Cup First Term Efficiency Cup Is Awarded toTwoCompanies; Band, Company A Victors John Marshall Corps of Cadets held its annual Christmas ball at the armory on December 23 and awarded the first term efficiency cup, which went to company A and the band, both having a score of 92 out of a possible 100. Captain Clifton H. Booker, being the ranking captain, and his sponsor, Pauline Seamster, will have the silver cup first; then Captain Charles P. Harwood and his sponsor, Anne Glazebrook, will keep the cup until nexit February. The other company ratings are D. company, second with 91; B company, third with 90; C company, fourth with 89; E company, fifth with 86; and F company, sixth with 84. Captain Booker and Pauline Seamster led the figure with Captain Jack S. Harris and Sarah Keyser, assistant leaders. The cadets and their figure dates formed a 40 f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 January 1940

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bii-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIiETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET CINTEMATIONAp feyTO-Ju-'fl « \ (Member( est 1921 )1939-40) |GAL 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-Chie] Ben Rouzie, Clifton Long Business Manager Wa jace Gregory Assistant Business Manager Victor Skorapa Managing Editor .Bascom Rowlett Copy Editors Marion French, Bill Richards Boys' Sports Editor .• • • • 'Bill Stagg Feature Editors... .Barbara Parker, Vincen de Gaetarn, Dons Hasty. Alumni Editor Myra .Barden Cadet Editor i Benme Butts Photograph Editor .William Webb Exchange Editors ....Opal Brown, Estelle Overton Circulation Manager Melvin Bishop Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff Earl Brothers, Irvi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 January 1940

January 12, 1940 Bucher, Baldwin Place on Mythical Eleven f THROUGH . tes the Vsa KNOT-HOLE « By BILL STAGG ALTHOUGH for more than a month now the Big- Blue gridders have - had their togs packed under a layer of moth balls and their cleats hung up until next fall, they are still reaping honors for their deeds on the gridiron this past season. When the Virginia Athletic and Literary Coaches went into a huddle to name the state mythical eleven, the names of two Justices appeared on the final dream team, namely Co-captains Dave Bucher and Joe Baldwin. This meant the second award for the boys this season, for both captured positions on the all-city prep squad. Before being rendered hors de combat by a broken ankle in the middle of November, Dave had sparked Jayem's offensive in almost every encounter, crashing through rival forewalls with superlative leg drive. His steady toe work was a great asset to the Marshallites' defense. Repeating at one of the guard slots, Joe overcame a mid-sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 January 1940

Page Four Mr. Lux, Moore, High Scorer Spider Frosh Trip Jayem Little Spiders Lead All Way; Grossman Paces Justices; Jeep Friedman in Game Opening play in the University of Richmond basketball carnival, the Spider frosh five vanquished the blueclad Justice quintet, 38 to 24, last Saturday at Milhiser Gymnasium. This game took the place of the one originally scheduled between these teams for last Monday night. Other games on the double-double-header card are classed as exhibitions. Spider Frosh Show Form The little Spiders opened the first period of play, breaking fast, and ran up a total of eleven points. The Justice quintet's score for the first seven minutes of play showed a goose-egg. Captain Chesty Grossman broke the ice with a field goal, the only score the Justices got in the first period. Finding it's "grand to be alive", the Justices showed a complete reversal of form in the second period and dominated the play. They scored eight points and held the Spider frosh to four point...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 February 1940

222 Students Enter J. M.; Mr. Binford Announces School Addition To Cost $500,000; T. J., $250,000. Vol. XIII No. 9 Mr. Binford Gives Views On Addition Building Program Includes Unit for J. M.; Audio-visual Education Used by Teachers Two subjects of vital interest to students, prospective students, and faculty, namely, an additional building to the present school unit, and the part audiovisual teaching plays and will play in the school system were discussed by Superintendent Jesse H. Binford last week. The City Council's finance committee has asked the School Board to submit to them a five-year building program. Heading the list is another unit for John Marshall, to cost $500,000, which would be a vocational building and » would house a gymnasium. Second is a smaller vocational unit for Thomas Jefferson, costing around $250,000. Need of Buildings A "These two buildings are the greatest needs of Richmond schools, as I see it," declared Mr. Binford, "since the providing of vocational c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 February 1940

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 ^ LS (Memberr 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. EdUors-in-Ckief Clifton Long and Ben Rouzie Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Managers Tommy Hughes and Louise Walter* Managing Editor Bascom Rowlett Copy Editors Lois Hester, Bill Richards, Paul Bates, Marion French, Billy Bryan, and Mac McMullan. Sports Editors Bill Stage and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor Helen Keyser Cadet Editor Photograph Editor Douglas Wiegins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss Circulation Managers Melvin Bishop and Norvell Lanphorne Assistants to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 February 1940

February 16, 1940 Blue Basketeers Off on Two-Game Invasion Cadets Finish Schedule After Delay Due to Snow Due to the snow and the holidays, the cadet league was unable to complete its schedule in the Wythe gymnasium last ■term. To decide the first half, the committee took the first four teams in the standings and allowed them to play for first place. The companies chosen were A, B, F, and the Band. In the play-off, Company B, led by William Snuckals who scored n points, out-scored "the Band 28 to 22, in the first game Wednesday night a week ago. James Loughridge was high for the Band with 8 points. Company A was nosed out by Company F 20 to 17, as Hughie Austin helped his team win with 9 points and Sam Kornblau made a futile try to help his team with 7 points. Monday night, February 5, the second half started with Company B swamping the Band, 33 to 19, and Company F drowning out the Staff, 51 to 2. Justices Miss Chesty in Game When George Washington High of Alexandria defeated the J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 February 1940

Page Four Italian Opera Star Gues Commandant Names Heads Hancock, Wilbur M. Kessler, George G. McDearman, James C. Davidson, Jake D. Hair. D Company Captain, William S. Stagg; first lieutenant, Karl S. Williams; first lieutenant, Richard H. Gibbs; supply sergeant, Thomas P. Hughes; line sergeants, Jack B. Bond, John M. Kirby, Elmo M. Sweeny, Jack E. Elliott, William W. Day, William T. Proffitt, Charles E. Swann, James H. KLingel, Robert M. Wallace; corporals, Andrew C. Estes, John P. Harwood, Louis B. Rigsby, Ailvernon J. Smith, Richard C. Nicholas, Heywood L. Moore, Collier C. Cumbea, Kenneth H. Beck; first-class privates, Roy P. Martin, Spot C. Krouse, Reynolds C. Cowardin, Guerrant A. Perkins, Trevillian D. Eaton, Tommy V. DuVal, Harry B. Adams, Fred S. Walker. E Company Captain, Jack W. Thrasher; first lieutenant, Joseph C. McCaughan; first sergeant, Bascom Rowlett; line sergeants, Renold C. Shiflet, Malvin B. McLane, Thomas L. Sharpe, Robert Clary, Fred P. Vaughan, Jack G. Tayl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

Color Guard Helps Band Win Gup at Alexandria; Veterans Hear Cadets In Foreign War Parade. Vol. XIII No. 10 Band Sweeps Trophy From Other Units Cadets Garner Cup in Parade At Alexandria; Color Guard Makes Bus Trip with Them Judged on the basis of musical skill, personal appearance, and general effect, the John Marshall band won the cup for first place in the parade at Alexandria; Virginia, celebrating the 208 th anniversary of George Washington's birthday yesterday a week ago. Veterans of Foreign Wars sponsored the parade which had five divisions, including cavalry, infantry, cadets, bands, and bugle corps. Since the awards were not made until after the departure of the band the cup, which will be in the trophy case with other band trophies, will be sent to the boys. 45 Boys Visit Alexandria Accompanied foy their director, Mr. Jay Donahue, forty-five members of the band and the color guard left Richmond at seven-thirty Thursday morning, arriving in Alexandria about ten forty-five. Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

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 (INTEPWATIOriII) f/yfi EST Jffi 1921 ) 1939-40) 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. Editors-in-Ckief Clifton Long and Ben Rouzie Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Managers. .. .Tommy Hughes and Louise Walters Managing Editor Bascom Rowlett Copy Editors Lois Hester, Bill Richards, Paul Bates, Marion French, Billy Bryan, and Mac McMullan. Sports Editors Bill Stage and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor "....Helen Keyser Cadet Editor Billy Gill Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss Circulation Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

March i, 1940 Vocational and Art Classes Plan New Work Mr. Sisson's Classes Full Vocational Teacher Explains Conditions and Work Being Done by Some of His Classes "The average size of the mechanical drawing classes at present is twentyeight students," said Mr. Keeling Sisson, explaining the condition and activities of hds various classes last Thursday in room 4- Mr. Sisson continued that there are 175 pupils taking mechanical drawing 1 through 8, and 715 taking industrial arts and vocational work. Classes at Recess "Every teacher in the department is now teaching classes at recess, and if certain people who wish to take these subjects had been allowed to do so it would have been necessary to hold classes after school," stated Mr. Sisson. About the distributive occupation classes, Mr. Sisson said that more than twenty boys are now applying for the course in cooperative trade training and most of these are being placed in shops or industries, which are cooperating with the school to p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

Page Four Jayem Track Men Place in Chapel Hill Meet Alumni Club Offers Aid Mr. J. C. Harwood Receives Letter Offering Scholarship To Pennsylvania University In connection with the scholarship offered by the Richmond Alumni Club to the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. James C. Harwood received the following letter from Mr. Marcellus E. Wright, chairman of the scholarship committee: "Reference is made to our recent interview with you in which we discussed the possibility of interesting boys in the senior class of your high school who may wish to make application for a regional scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania, which is now at the disposal of the Richmond Alumni Club. "We now wish to confirm this offer and to ask that you bring this matter to the attention of such students in the senior class whom you think would be eligible and who would appreciate a college education at such an institution. The recipient of this scholarship would have his choice of courses, such as, Arts ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

March i, 1940 Jeffs Rally To Turn Back Justices, 19 To 17 f THROUGH KNOT-HOLE! By BILL STAGG AND CLAVEL EUBANK T\7THEN the February graduation took its annual toll, the keenest loss felt in the realm of Justice sports was that of Cage-Captain Frank (Chesty) Grossman, a five foot-four inch stick of hardwood dynamite. "Chesty" had successfully maneuvered the smallest court squad in the history of John Marshall through five conference games, bowing only to the Blue Devils of Hopewell. Befre departing from the Eighth Street institution, the diminutive leader poured ninety-nine tallies through the hoops, sixty of which were scored in loop competition to give him leadership in individual scoring for both the city and the league races. Grossman Shoots Deadly It was the job of this sawed-off court ace to bring the ball down the floor, and with this assignment he mixed phenomenal set shooting from mid-court and deadly marksmanship from the charity stripe. For his great work he was honored wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1940

Page Six School Orchesrra Plans Muscians Plan For Festival Musicians DeterminedToWin; Mr. William T. Sinclair Says Sections Full and Balanced Beginning the new term with more balanced and completed sections than it has had for a long time, the John Marshall Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. William T. Sinclair, is preparing for the annual state music festival which will be held sometime this spring. "The John Marshaill orchestra failed for the first time in many years to get the highest rating last year," stated Mr. Sinclair on the auditorium stage, "but that has made you more determined than ever to capture all honors this year." Play Two Selections Each year the orchestra has to play a required selection and an optional selection in the festival. The orchestra spent much time last term on two numbers on the optional list, Beethoven's "First Symphony" and Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony." It has not been fully decided as to which number it will play, but the general se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1940

Seniors and Juniors Pack Wythe Gym for First Dance of New Term; Swing with Roy Dennis. Vol. XIII No. 11 J. M. Alumni Take Honors At Richmond Former Marshallites Capture Top in U.of R. Fraternities; Seven Make Phi Beta Kappa John Marshall alumni, sweeping the field of honors at the University of Richmond, won thirty-nine places in the nine honor groups for undergraduates there, with four others taking intermediate honors, burner, and Marie Keyser, sharing these George Rochkind represented John Phi Beta Kappa Awards Out of the twelve Richmond students recently elected to the national 'honorary scholarship fraternity of Phi Beta Kappa, seven members are former John Marshall students. David Abeloff, Royall Brandis, John Jones, John Jordan, George Rochkind, Seabury StomeFor Editorial Comment, See Page 2. burner and Marie Keyser, sharing these honors, have all taken awards in other fraternities. Elected to the Tau Kappa Alpha, national forensic fraternity, Marie Keyser, Judith Lucas from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1940

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 <mT«IUTI3NAi> pBS , , (Member ( EST 1921 )1959-40) 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, 18?9. Edit»rs-in-Chief Clifton LoQg and Ben Rouzie Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Managers Tommy Hughes and Louisa Walters Managing Editor . .Bascom Rowlett Copy Editors Lois Hester, Bill Richards, Paul Bates, Marion French, Billy Bryan, and Mac McMullan. Sports Editors Bill and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor Helen Keyser Cadet Editor Billy Gill Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss ■ C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1940

March 15, 1940 Justice Cagers Receive Honors in Assembly f THROUGH KNOT-HOLEI^S By BILL ST AGO AND CLAVEL EUBANK At the completion of a mediocre hardwood season, .three Justices - sharpshooters had been able to loop more than 100 tallies through the rims. The Blue quintet managed to break even in league competition in ten games, and won twelve and dropped ten in all. Captain Bill Klein paced his mates in canning the leather with 120 points to his credit. The individual scoring and game records of the Blue and White follow. Individual Scoring G. F.G. F. T. Bill Klein—C 22 53 14 120 Freddie Gantt—G 22 45 26 116 Phil Zimberg—F I 7 45 I 2 102 Frank Grossman—F 9 41 17 GG Dave Friedman—F 21 36 17 89 Bill Barbour—O. 22 31 Joe Schiff—F.G 19 11 5 27 Mike Kain—F.G 9 10 O 20 Charlie Lyda—F.C 13 2 I 5 Hugh Austin—F 1 1 o 2 Mac McClaning—G 200 o Totals 22 275 107 657 Games Dec. 19 — 19; Randolph-Macon B, home 36 Jan. 4 —42; Randolph-Macon B, there 33 Jan. 6— 24; Richmond Frosh, there 38 Jan. ri—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1940

Page Four Pupils Win Top Honors 68 Students Get Blue Ribbons; Richard Tuck Leads School; Three Tie for Second Place Richard Cabell Tuck led the honor roll list last term with an average of 97.6. Tying for second place were James Phillip Pulliam, Ruth Elizabeth Evans, and Everett Richard Hasker with an average of 97.2, while Dorothy Hollingsworth was close third with an average of 97. Seniors having an average of 95 or more were Vincen Amelia De Gaetani, Joyce Ann Wilkinson, Forrest Whitfield Brown, William James Bryan, James Phillip Pulliam, Ruth Jones Epps, and Ellen Mercer Clark. Sisson, Spivey Juniors making 95 or more for the term were Evelyn Rose Kittenplan, Ruth Elizabeth Evans, Mildred Christian Sisson, Mary Elaine Shaw, and Helen Elizabeth Spivey- Sophomores with an average of 95 or more are Kermit Eubank McKenzie, Jean Pitts, Richard Cabell Tuck, Dorothy Mae Hollingsworth, Everett Richard Hasker, Elaine Margaret Turner, Mae Beverly Patton, Anna Mae Reynolds, Edith Sanford, ...

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