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

98.2 of Richard Hasker Leads Honor Roll; Class Graduating Gives School Oil Portrait of Monroe. Vol. XIII No. 12 8 'v^ ;: ■. ■■. '<; iliiMp M I y^^H/Sm^ aj |, " •«[ BK|)| flw< IBP™ 1 V| <•■■ vi" K gi^M —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. Above are writers accepted by the International Honor Society for High School Journalists. Left to right, in the first row are Louise Walters, Hattie Tabakin, Jean Wills, Lais Hester, and Katherine Thompkins; second row, Francis McMullan, Maybelle Evans, Dorothy Amiss, Paul Bates, Louise Lindsay, and Philip Keppler; third row, Billy Bryan, Walter Newman, Clavel Eubank, Warren Walthall, and Douglas Wiggins. Absent —Cantor, Gill, Hughes, Langhorne, Tompkins. Soph Takes High Honors Richard Hasker ol 2HII Leads Honor Roll with 98.2; Tuck, Clark, Second, Third Highest For the first report this semester Richard Everett Hasker of 2HII led the school with an average of 98.2, far above the next highest which was 96.6, made by Rich...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 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 CARV STREET C|NTW«WWJ feaßfeS C"embe7(* EST )L959-40) £M " Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as sec«nd-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Edit»rs-in-Chief Clifton Long and Ben Rouzie Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Managers ... .Tommy Hughes and Louise Walters Managing Editor Bascom Rovrlett Copy Editors Lois Hester, Bill Richards, Paul Bates, Marion French, Billy Bryan, and Mac McMullan. Sports Editors Bill Stagg and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor Helen Keyser Cadet Editor Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss Circulation Managers Melvin Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1940

April 5, 1940 Justice Harriers Seek Further Honors f THROUGH KNOT-HOLEi*^ By BILL STAGG AND CLAVEL EUBANK IN the dual meet with Petersburg last Saturday, Jayem's blue and white speedsters gave an indication of their power on the cinder track this season as they cleaned up on all firsts but one and trampled over the Crimson Wave to the merry tune of to 16%. Eddie Thacker, captain of the cinder squad, in commenting on the team's fine showing, warned against expecting too much from Saturday's victory. "It takes .three years to build a team into a competitive unit," he said, "and Petersburg had only three months. The hard meets are still to come. Our showing tomorrow will be a fair indication of what to expect the rest of ,the season." Captain Thacker displayed his versatility in the recent inter-squad meet, garnering a grand total of 55 chalk-ups. Joe Ryland followed his captain with 47 points, Ray Beasley and Charlie Wilson sharing third place honors with 37 markers apiece. The Justic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 April 1940

Page Four Personnel Director Advises 'Problems Class Miss Mason Awes Classes Employment Director Advises Modern Problems Students On Applications for Work "Now if I were looking for a job—" began Miss Nancy Mason, assistant personnel director of a local department store, as she addressed Miss Sadie Engleberg's modern problems classes last Monday. Looking very chic in a black and white ensemble, Miss Mason tried to give some future members of the work-all-day world some pointers on how to start. "First, you must be very definite about it all. Don't just wander into the first office you see and say, 'I haven't had any experience, but I can do anything 1 to the employment manager. No one is capable of doing just anything. Tell the manager exactly what you can do." Miss Mason told the students that business wants what they have —youth, energy, and new ideas. Too many young persons are balked by their lack of experience. "When you are given an application blank to fill out, please follow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1940

Miss Williamson's Classes Operate W. T. Grant Go. For Student Sales Day; See Page 4 for Story. Vol. XIII No. 13 Orchestras, Bands Meet In Festival School Music Groups Compete Here; Seek Ratings of Good, Excellent, Superior in State Today marks the second day of the State Music Festival which is being held in various Richmond schools. Each year the music divisions of all Virginia schools gather here to compete for the highest ratings awarded by judges named especially for the occasion. As in previous years, the ratings run, good, excellent, and superior. Enter Artists' Concert In the John Marshall High School auditorium yesterday evening all choral and instrumental groups receiving superior ratings took part in the artists' concert. During this concert the John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson orchestras received their ratings. The orchestras were required to play "Tambourin ' from Cephale and Procris. Both orchestras selected for their optional number the ''First Movement" from Beethov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 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 fIWTEBWATIONAp ferfi (Member (* EST jjgpgl 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. Editers-in-Chief 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. Starts Editors Bill Stage and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor Hele J.„ Ke^ s -n Cadet Editor .....SiUv Gill Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1940

April 19, 1940 Blue and White Cindernien Bow to W - M Frosh Track Team Wins Trophy Marshall Relay Squad Takes Silver Award in Track Event Held at Richmond University Finishing third behind the experienced co-favorites, Thomas Jefferson of Richmond and Washington and Lee of Arlington, the still green blue-clads of John Marshall, nevertheless, ran away with one of the three trophies of the Centra] District track meet Saturday before last as the Eighth Streeters' crack relay team easily won in the feature event of the day. By virtue of a strong finish, the red and white clad barber pole-ish runners of Tee Jay outscored their nearest competitor, Washington and Lee High School, 5+ to 37. With 24. points to their credit, Jayem's iblue and white scanticlads finished third by a slight margin over the fourth place Alexandria squad, which chalked up only 19 points. Hopewell and Petersburg trailed in the fifith and sixth slats, with 7 and 2 points, respectively. The silver trophy which the rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 April 1940

Page Four Students Reign as Grant Sales Pupils Use Training MissMaryWilliamson'sClasses Take Over W.T.Grant Co.; George Jenkins Is Manager Forty-eight Marshallites took over the W. T. Grant Company last Wednesday when Mr. W. J. Joyce, manager of the Richmond store, invited the distributive education classes to operate the department store. Members of the classes were paid the regular beginner's wage, and in addition the classes received 2% of the gross sales for the day. This will be used by both classes as a fund for outstanding and educational field trips. Entire operation of the store was turned over to the students. George Jenkins was elected store manager and Barney Bass, assistant manager. Evan Oliver, Ernest Senell, and Wallace Daliton acted as floormen. Forty-Eight Take Jobs Others among the twenty-one bovs and twenty-seven girls in the store were Ruby Tucker, Louise Cornell, Hilda Feldman, Lewis Francis, Garlyle Council, Dorothy Slough, Whitney Bohanon, Edwin Gregory, Ann L...

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

Reverend Edwin R. Carter Speaks on Rounded Life To Christian Youth Club; See Page 4 for Story. Vol. XIII No. 14 Marshallites Take Honors In Festival Cooper Only Tenor To Receive Superior Rating in Virginia; Class-A Groups Sight Read Five groups from John Marshall received superior ratings in the Virginia High School Music Festival in Richmond last Thursday and Friday, two weeks ago, with Billy Cooper rating as the only superior tenor in the state. Directed by Mr. CharlesTroxell the girls' small group and the girls' chorus both won superior ratings. The string quartette, the string orchestra, and the symphony orchestra, also, were superior. Praise Improvement With reference to the symphony orchestra, "Mr. Raymond D'\ orak and Mr. €. D. Kutschinski, two of the judges, stated, "The orchestra has improved consistently in the last three years." Members of the vocal classes received the following ratings: sopranos, Virginia Gray Wills, average; Jacquelin Griggs, average; Lucille Make, goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 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 ONTMUTIOWAU Vm (Member e5t.1921 M 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, 1879. Edittrs-in.Chief 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 Cir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1940

May 3, 1940 Justice Cinder men Engage Magicians Today f THROUGH KNOT-HOLEP^ By BILL STAGG AND CLAVEL EUBANK XY7HEN the Justice scanticlads aren't piling up glory for themselves, * * they turn Samaritan and help some other group to do it. They recently played Santa Claus to the Shipbuilders of Newport News. Upon receiving invitations to the Duke Invitational Meet in North Carolina, the two squads arrived at the conclusion that they were not strong enough to do battle in such a conflict. The Shipbuilders endeavored to engage the Justices in a two-year contract, hut the Marshallites refused. The Justices, however, contemplating stronger material for the Duke meet next year, were willing to make arrangements for one meet this year. Fortunately for the Shipbuilders, no agreement was reached. The Newport News boys journeyed to Duke, leaving the Justices at home and returned the winners of first place. Gaining experience with every meet, Jayem's trackmen are showing decided improvement in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 May 1940

Page Four Corps of Cadets Undergoes Col. Kelland Visits Corps Government Officer Inspects John Marshall Cadets; Sees Individual Companies Drill That the John Marshall corps of cadets was ibefcter than he had ever seen it was the opinion of Colonel Fred G. Kelland when he had concluded the Federal inspection of the corps, Monday a week ago, ait the Grays' Armory. Wear Spring Full Dress Excused from the first and second periods, the cadets registered in their home rooms and then reported at the armory to put on complete spring full dress. The corps next formed on the drill floor in company order where they were inspected by Colonel Kelland. After the inspection, the companies retired from the floor while the band went through drill manuevers. Companies C and D changed to complete white uniforms and gave a demonstration of marching calisthenics, while the first platoon of Company A gave an exhibition of ceremonious firing. Company F demonstrated first aid. Meet Colonel Kelland The firi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1940

Pupils Elect Bob Lumpkin President of 1940-1941 Student Association; See Page 4 for Story. Vol. XIII No. 15 Pupils Hear Captain Lutz, See Exhibits English and History Glasses See Old Papers, Documents, Hear Talk on Newspapers Captain Earle Lutz, a copy editor of The Richmond News Leader, under the sponsorship of the Quill and Scroll Chapter oi John Marshall and The Monocle, spoke on "Behind the Headlines to the journalism class and fourth period English, modern problems, history, and public speaking classes in the 9chool auditorium last Friday a week ago. "Curiosity is really the foundation of the newspaper," declared Captain Lutz. For Editorial comment, see page 2. He explained that since people were curious and wanted to hear the news, Caesar published a daily journal of events in Rome in 60 A. D. 1 here were slaves from every part of the Roman Empire who wrote this journal in their own language. Newspaper in 1622 "Men gathered news and wrote news letters in the seventeenth centur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 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 (INTEOHATIONAD (j&f (Member ( EST 1921 )1939-40) H 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. EditQrs-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. , „ , Sjorts Editors Bill Stage and Clavel Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor He, S„ Ke ??. e J Cadet Editor .......Billy Gill Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1940

May 17, 1940 Jeff Cinder Kickers Post First Win Over J. M. f THROUGH KNOT-HOLE!*^ By BILL STAGG AND CLAVEL EUBANK JOHN MARSHALL'S aimable assistant coach, Roland "Phess" Woodson is attempting to place 'basketball goals in the vacant lots throughout ithe city. On the northside, the lanky mentor has already succeeded in placing two goals near his residence and comes out almost every evening to give the youngsters pointers in caging the leather. The teachercoach also furnishes the balls for the future basketeers. We think this is a great idea and more power to you, coach! # <S> <S> B TRACKMEN To give the boys who do not have a chance to compete in the varsity meets this season valuable experience, Coach Hank Noble formed a B team in track. The second stringers have had two meets with Highland Springs, splitting even with the county team. Most of these tracksters will be back next year and will profit by this practice. <s&gt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 May 1940

Page Four J. M. Band Concert Finances Trip to New York Pupils Elect Bob Lumpkin Student Association. Gets New Officers for Coming Year; McKenzie To Be Treasurer When students of this school elected officers for the John Marshall Student Association for the session of 1940-194.1 at the polls last Monday and Tuesday, they named Bob Lumpkins, president. Crump, Vice President Other officers are Thad Crump, vice president; Norma Kahn, secretary; and Kermit McKenzie, treasurer. Members of the executive committee are Ann Glazebrook, Elaine Shaw, Evelyn Kittenplan, Billy Lumpkin, Betty Lee Fry, and Jack Gulley, seniors; Stella Modica, Helen Parker, Richard Tuck, and Mary Tuck, juniors; Jane Willis Rowe and Phyllis Davis, sophomores. The candidates, who were introduced in the assemblies last week, included Bobby Lumpkin, Ann Glazebrook, Thad Crump, Elaine Shaw, Norma Kahn, Helen Parker, Stella Modica, Kermit McKenzie, Evelyn Kittenplan, Bernard Savage, Meredith Astley, and Jack Gulley. Many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1940

National Honor Society Elects Harris, Garber, Mason, Ballard, Meoni As Officers for 1940-41. Vol. XIII No. 16 June 11 Set As Big Day For Seniors Graduation Program Will Be Held in Mosque; Orchestra, Choir To Combine in Music Seniors of the class of 194° will march into the Mosque auditorium during commencement exercises at 8:15 P. M., June 11, to the music of "Entrance and March of the Peers" from Arthur Sullivan's lolanthe. The closing processional will be Sir Edward Elgar's coronation march, "Pomp and Circumstance". The choir and the orchestra will open, the exercises with "God Bless America" by Irvin Berlin. Orchestra, Choir Take Part Besides these selections the orchestra, under the direction of W. T. Sinclair, will pllay "Tambourin", by Gretry, and the choir will sing "Gloria Patria by Palestrina, arranged by Damrosch, "Prayer" by Mascagni, arranged by Cain, "In the Silen.t Night" by Rachmaninoff, arranged by Treharne, and "The Gipsy" by Zolotariff, arranged by Schindler. The c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 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 <tNTOM*TK)NAS . \fcsM Member, Southern Inter scholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as secand-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under fl»e Act of March 3, 1879. Editor, -Jit-Chief ...Clifton Long and Ben Rouzie Business Manager • • • Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Managers Tommy Hughes and Louise Walters Mn-nnninn Fdilor Rowlett CoPy TLors . :::. L* Hester, Bill Richard,, Paul Bates, Marion French, Billy Bryan, and Mac McMullan. Sports Editors .Bill Stage and C lav el Eubank Feature Editors Barbara Parker, Jean Wills, Warren Walthall, and Phillip Keppler. Alumni Editor Hele D n „ Ke ?? n Cadet Editor... • Photograph Editor Douglas Wiggins Exchange Editors Estelle Overton and Dorothy Amiss Circulation Managers Melvin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1940

May 31, 1940 Dave Miller Definitely Decides Departure f THROUGH KNOT-HOLE!*^ By BILL STAGG AND CLAVEL EUBANK JOHN MARSHALL'S future on the cinder track looms brighter because of a plan perfected by Coach Hank Noble. Beginning next fall, ,the Justice mentor has arranged to have all the incoming sophomore boys compete in five events, covering all phases of track and field events: the high jump, broad jump, iOO-yard dash, shot put, and half-mile. The scores will be determined from a perfect mark of twenty points for each event. To chalk up twenty markers a boy must equal the high school record for that event. As the Blue and White cinder squad has been selected from about fifty aspirants in the past, this new method will give the coach about four hundred prospects to choose from. This plan will fill the gap left by the absence of a physical education program for boys, and fifty per cent better track squads are expected to be the result according to Coach Noble. Each year the members of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1940

Page Four Company A Victorious in Competitive Drill Red and Blue Tops Others To Win Meet Company A Takes First Place By One Point; Company Fls Second; Company B, Third Company A, commanded by Cadet Captain Meredith C. Astley, captured first place in the annual competition between the six companies of the John Marshall High School Corps of Cadets Saturday, two weeks ago, at the Grays' Armory. This drill counts twenty points toward the efficiency cup. Commandant Announces Units were announced as they arrived on the drill floor by Captain James C. Anthony, and demonstrated their ability in the following order: Company C, first, commanded by Captain James A. Starke; Company B, second, captained by Percy L. Atkinson; Company F, third, with Captain Hunter W. Hughes in charge; Company E, fourth, with Captain Jack W. Thrasher at the helm, and last, Company A, captained by Meredith C. Astley. Each company went through an inspection, manual of arms, mass commands, and calisthenics. Captains E...

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