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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 May 1940

puerile Crutcnaii. The class chose as the two best allround students in the junior class Bob Lumpkins and Jane Kelley. The two most talkative juniors are Audrey Mas sic and Billy Lumpkin, according to the vote. Cora Lee Lawson, who plays on the hockey and girls' basketball teams was elected the most athletic girl. Bill Barbour, who plays football and basketball, is the best boy athlete. The class judged Bob Lumpkin and "Evelyn Kittenplan the two most t, I4HO - library Gets Cornerstone A Capella Choir Sings; Robert B. Tunstall Gives Address; Lodge 10, Conducts Ritual Amid a crowd of several hundred chilly onlookers and blue and white garbed singers from the A Capella Choir of John Marshall High School, Virginia's new $1,500,000 State Library Building at Eleventh and Broad Streets, due for completion about July 1, received its cornerstone on George Washington's 208 th birthday, with Governor James H. Price presiding at the ceremonies, Tunstall Speaks miyersary birthday ij sponsored ■]...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1940

Superintendent Requests Students To Be More Patriotic, Respectful, Courteous, Industrious. Vol. XIV No. 1 Mr. Binford Asks Students For Changes Superintendent Wants Pupils To Act More Old-Fashioned In Courtesy and Patriotism "I should like to see John Marshall students grow old-fashioned," stated Mr. Jesse H. Binford, Superintendent of Richmond PubLie Schools, Wednesday a week ago in his office when asked what he wanted John Marshall students .to do. Compares Old and New On explaining the term, old-fashion-ed, MT. Binford said he did not refer to dress, but he had a picture of the group of students of which he was a member when he attended Richmond High School. Smilingly he declared that girls of today are more attractive than those in his day. Expressing bis dislike of che boys' shirts that hang down over their trousers, he said he was not sure the same is true of the boys. Boys and Girls Patriotic *'ln olden days, even thigh school boys and girls were certain that the United State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 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 (INTOmATIONAp jppH f v (Member( est. k imi )1939-40) sal 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-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Manager Assistant Business Manager .HolUe Garber Sports Editor Orville Layman Make-Up Editor •••••• --Jack Gullev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Frances Roach Alumni Editor .....Ellen Marcus Cadet Editor Warrenton Fellows Photograph Editor D U n ne j Exchange Editors Ed List, Agnes Ballard Circulation Manager . •• • ;••••"• F J,ed J ® pr |Fi e \ Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff .... Vandafia Bagby, ktnel Cosby. Frank Harris, Floyd Mackey, Andrew Meom, Edna Vass, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1940

September 27, 1940 N. Y. Teacher Visits Class Mr. Rubin of New York City Here To Compare Methods Of Teaching with His Own Mr. Isadore Rubin, a history teacher at Erasmus Hall High School in NewYork City, visited Miss Edith Sydnor's second period history 8x class Tuesday to observe methods. "•Erasmus Hall is one of the oldest high schools in the United States," stated Mr. Rulbin. "It was first called Erasmus Hall Academy and boasts a visit from General Washington." He explained that the school has continued all these years by adding to the original building. Mr. Rubin declared that he is travelling through the United States and Mexico to visit high schools and observe the manners of teaching in different sections of the country. Richmond is the first place he has visited on this trip. He plans to stop in New Orleans, travel in Mexico, and tour in the western states of this country. "The student population is different in New York, but the method and standard of history' teaching here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1940

Page Four Six Juniors Go To V.P.I. Savage, Winn, Bew, Wilson, Crump, Lumpkin Attend Meeting in Blacksburg, Va. Representing John Marshall at the Old Dominion Boys' State in Blacksburg which the American Legion Posts of Virginia planned were Carroll Winn, Billy Lumpkin, Charles Wilson, and Thad Crump, whom the junior classes elected last spring. While in Blacksburg the boys stayed in the V. P. I. dormitories, where they made laws, appointed officers, and learned more aibout politics in general. Carroll Winn, a senator and leader of the minority party, ran for Lieutenant Governor but was defeated in the ■final ballot in the Nationalist Party. He was town clerk in Forest City and eelcted vice president of the Alumni Association of the entire Boys' State including 39 or 40 boys. Wilson Wins in Track Charles Wilson, an active athlete of John Marshall, won the track meet given for the organization. He was also appointed to the House of Delegates. Thad Crump ran for mayor of Early City on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1940

September 27, 1940 Roosevelt High Will Play Here Today J COLUMNS RIGHT! uAp If THE GRIDIRON 4\ By ORVILLE LAYMAN AS I sit down to write the initial column of the year, I find myself l facing disaster from two fronts. The first is the fact that I have no name for my column; the second is the fact that I'm without someone to help me write this drivel. The last one doesn't worry me much, as I am right sure I'll be able to muddle through and get this column written, but the name situation is going to be my Waterloo. At this point I am sorely tempted to write all the names that have been suggested for the column on slips of paper and toss them into a hat and then draw one out. At least, a name for the column selected this way can't be any worse than some of the ones I have thought of and thrown into the rubbish. The team has few injuries, but these are costly. Lloyd Tinsley, an experienced end, has a sprained foot; Gus Mengulas, first string tackle, wrenched his knee, and Jimmy Lacy, a n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1940

Page Six Opening Day of Fair Full of Fun and Frolic Fair Bristles On First Day Exploding Balloons, Red Hots, Midway Attractions, Lassies And Lads Feature Beginning Balloons, flags, and odors of cotton candy, hot-dogs, and candied apples filled the air, and lads and lassies from John Marshall filled the fair grounds last Monday. The midway held the interest of Oscar Warren. Time slipped by as he, with a puzzled expression on his face, admired the sword swal'lower and the fire eater. John Lewis Likes Beauty Winifred Nutall walked up to John Lewis, who was standing before a sideshow featuring beautiful women, and exclaimed, "John Lewis, I'm surprised at you, and I'm going to tell your mother on you." "I'm going to tell your mother on you," replied John. "Where is she?" "She's in there," replied Winifred, pointing to the tent featuring the beauties. Not believing that any man could have two mouths, Letcher Reid was doubtful even when he saw this odd man smoke a cigarette and the smoke c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1940

Red Gross Sets October 10 For Its Annual Roll Gall; President Cites Need for International Association. Vol. XIV No. 2 Edward List Tells Need of Red Cross In Whole World President Invites Students To Join National Red Cross; Pupils To Join Here Today With more than 2,000 members enrolled in the Junior Red Cross last year, Edward List, president, explained, in all assemblies this week, the need of the international organization in preparation for the annual roll call today. After Ed told of the meaning of the flag, Janet Fisher pinned on the curtain the sign of tradition representing the history of the Red Cross; Nancy DuVal, the sign of hope, as of those in distress in time of emergency; Mary Ellen Tucker, the sign of faith for the members and those who respond to its appeal in time of emergency and who have faith that the funds will be wisely used. Doris Eaton, Love Doris Eaton presented the sign of love, as that of humanity which is the motivating force of the Red Cross; and Eugen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 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 tINTEBNATIONAp pSS /^ s gfe\ (Memberf EST j^ 1921 r )1939-4(j) Sal Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Associatior Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the post office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Editors-in-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Tr Business Manager Virginia Cole Associate Business Manager Hollie Garbei Managing Editor Dorothy Masoi Copy Editor Evelyn Kittenplar Sports Editor Orville Laymar Make-Up Editor Jack Gullei Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Frances Roact Alumni Editor Ellen Marcus Cadet Editor Warrenton Fellow: Photograph Editor ;.. .Clem Burneti Exchange Editors Ed List, Agnes Ballard Circulation Manager . ..Fred Sprachei Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff Vandalia Bagby, Ethe Cosby, F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1940

October 10, 1940 J. M. To Play E. C. Glass Here Tomorrow t COLUMN, RIGHT THE GRIDIRON By ORVILLE LAYMAN HAVING made a promising start against Roosevelt High of Washington, D. C. and having continued this in last Saturday s game, we expect our Big Blue team to have a very good season. Why not, with such hacks as "Blockin' " Bill Klein, who can really put a foot in the ball; Ray Beasley, who ran 54 yards for a score against Roosevelt; Ed Saxby, pile driver if there ever was one; and Hartley Smith, the player who set the stage for the lone touchdown against Central High of Charlotte, North Carolina? Ends Tippy Duling and Beal Montague, playing in the supposedly weakest spots, proved that they were anything but weak. Duling paved the way for one score in the Roosevelt game and recovered a Central fumble. Montague made some uncanny tackles when it looked as though the ball-carrier was off for a good gain. Incidently, they both weigh 155 pounds. Charles Wilson and Jimmy Lacy played a bang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 10 October 1940

Page Four fci&aftw: jjSa ; | ; %■ .;.-.xxwX<<<<yS& . - —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. Here are the school's cheer leaders going in preparation for the game with E. C. Glass tomorrow. Reading from left to right the girl cheerers are Janet Fisher, Bebe Cullinan, Holly Garber, and Jane Kelley. The boys are Carrol Winn, Wray Hughes, Meredith Astley, and Gene Sears. Pupils Comment On Cheer Squad Fulfilling the dreams of again having girl cheer leaders, the spectators at the John Marshall-Roosevelt game commented on their new acquisition. When asked her opinion aibout the new lassies, Yvonne Denzler, a senior, exclaimed, "I knew the games last year lacked something, and the girls certainly proved to be that missing quality." Carol Winn, leader of this year's cheer squad, said that the girls seemed unusually lifeless in their first game, but he felt sure that this was only because of nervousness. "When they get their outf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1940

Seniors, Juniors, and Sophs Dance with Classmates Tonight to Duesberry's v Rhythm in Gym at 8:30. Vol. XIV No. 3 Somma Heads Junior Class For 1940-41 Mordica, Eaton,Granger ,Tuck, McKenzie Fill Remaining Positions of Class Offices Casting their votes at the cage in the hall with enthusiasm last week, according to the sponsor, juniors elected Howard Somma as their class president, who defeated Harold PoweH and Sanford Byran. Stella Mordica, opposing Jean Pitts and Nell Hallen, will be vice president. Dorothy Eaton, who defeated Helen Ann Wilson and Betty Lee Collins, will take the minutes. Juniors elected Kermit McKenzie, •whose opponents were Irvin Barnard and Karl Zickrich, as treasurer. Richard Tuck defeated Lewis Bridgeforth and Frank Anthony as historian, and Betty Granger, running against Norma Kahn and Ellen Jean Basquet, will be reporter. Juniors will put the first mark on the social calendar tonight when they swing and sway with sophomores and seniors. Another dance will mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 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 (INTERNATIONAL]) jSP/f (Member(* est ,||p| 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. Editorsin-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Manager Yl'??. nia „9?' es Associate Business Manager •'Hollie Garber Managing Editor • • Mason Copy Editor Evelyn Kittenplan Sports Editor Orv.lle Layman Assistant Sports Editor Andrew Meon Make Up Editor Jack Crullev Feature Editors. Margaret McPherson, Frances Roach Alumni Editor ••• • -Ellen Marcus Cadet Editor Warrenton Fellows Photograph Editor I " n Exchange Editors Ed List, Agnes Ballard Circulation Manager ;••••: • i ;/ "2, k Fthpl Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff.. .. Vand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1940

October 25, 1940 Team To Play in Boom Town Tomorrow f COLUMN, RIGHT! twjfep THE GRIDIRON if By ORVILLE LAYMAN tu'V-y^T IN the game with the Lynchburg Hilltoppers the Justices showed a hard-hitting and fast charging line. Jack Ittner, Charles Wilson, and Tippy Duling, the right side of the Big Blue line, play together. Ittner hits the man with a teeth-rattling tackle, Wilson helps to bruise the ball-carrier, Tippy comes in to recover the fumbles, if any. "Blockin'" Bill Klein, who does almost all of the kicking for the Blue and White, has not missed a conversion this season, but an attempted field goal early in the second quarter went wide to the left. ***** I received the following information from Jack Coulter, sports editor of The Jefferson News, Jefferson Senior High School publication : "This year the Magicians have a green but willing team. Head Coach Claude Moorman can boast of but nine lettermen, seven linemen and two backs. Three regulars from the '39 team are back. They are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1940

Page Four Marshallites Run into Complications with Twins . .:JWFZ, IM HHI fiHR JSSk jflSHbic nRr mm <'% » 9 Maxm ■*&. M w HI praUK'' ;.i sn|Bn|HHHK > m>' wmi # ,i||g»^^^Mßl^MH^WißßiMi jjjjj ■ i ? ' ■■BPf - liii^ilg :-;o:' IP ailßßif^ —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. Reading left to right, first row—Mary Milton, Margaret Melton, Carlyle Council, Carroll Council, Peggy Gulley Jack Gulley; second row—Billy Phillips, Jimmy Phillips, Richard Tuck, Mary Tuck, Betty Roberts, Billy Roberts; third row—Edward Simmons, Earl Simmons, Evelyn Hobgood, Alvin Hobgood, Edward Lyons, Max Lyons. John Marshall Has Sixteen Sets Of Twins Attending This Session Seeing or hearing double shouldn't be out of the ordinary at John Marshall, for there are sixteen sets of twins enrolled as Marshallites, and only two are girls. •Carlyle and Carroll Council claim to be identical. Carroll is first lieutenant and Carlyle is senior lieutenant in Company iC. Goldie and Mae B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1940

Jl> % ' ' Sv * MM, §§&f '■ * ,}®®, : . MgP WsSßmm AM BBK| |Jt ,^^ ♦. JB^^.-^ F .^illlß Shown above are the new officers of the sophomore class. On the bottom row, left to right are Henry Woody, Marjorie Davis, Charles Smith. In the back row are Marian Collier, Garland Long, and Gene Harrison. Garland Long Takes Office Gene Harrison Wins Vice Presidency as Sophomores Elect Officers for Glass Garland Long of 209W defeated Charles Bonner recently to become the new president of the sophomore class. Garland is the brother of Clifton Long, last year's co-editor of the Monocle. "I consider it a great honor, and I hope it will be one of the finest classes in the history of our school," declared Garland, who came from J. A. C. Chandler Junior High School. Harrison Wins The vice presidency went to Gene Harrison of 108W who outpointed Alice Landi for the position. Gene Toon lost to Marian Collier of 109W for the position of secretary, while Charles Smith of 307W, who cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 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 OHTffWATtONAI) (Member Oil Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered js second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editors-in-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Manager \l r K 1 . ma „ C ° les Associate Business Manager • Home Garber Managing Editor y I ? orot £X Ma ? on Copy Editor Evelyn Kittenplan Sports Editor Orville Layman Assistant Sports Editor . Andrew Meom Make-Up Editor ••• • • ..Jack Gulley Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Frances Roach Alumni Editor .....Ellen Marcus Cadet Editor Warrenton Fellows Photograph Editor Clem Burnett Exchange Editor • • • • ~ lßt Circulation Manager ••• • • Fred Spracher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff. .. • Va...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1940

November 8, 1940 i COLUMN, RIGHT! uAP ]l THE GRIDIRON l\ By ORVILLE LAYMAN SEVENTY points to the oppositions' nothing is the brilliant record of our Big Blue Justices, who are coached by Mr. Dick Esleeck. Mr. Roland H. Woodson, assistant coach, rules the linesmen while Coach Esleeck is running the backfield. In the opinion of the sports staff, his handling of the team has given the players a standard to uphold. He uses clean speech, corrects the boys in a manner which makes them want to improve, discourages dates during the season, and insists on regular hours. Saint Christopher's Red and Gray warriors have two outstanding halfbacks in Ashby Walthall and Buddy Hubbard who rate second and first in the city prep scoring record. The Saints, coached by Hugh Brenaman, are almost tops in their league. On Friday two weeks ago, their well-coached machine outplayed our bitterest rival, Thomas Jefferson. Without Sandy Carrington, a real blocking back, Walthall and Hubbard would not show up so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1940

Page Four Editors Visit ! College To wu (Continued from page one) of Lee formed an inspiring background. Mr. Lauck introduced Mr. Gilbert P Farrar, newspaper stylist from New York City, who spoke on make-up. Many hearers thought Mr. Farrar s ideas of make-up in daily papers were too radical to be used in high school newspapers. We attended group meetings at four o'clock Friday and discussed the man problems in the publication of a newspaper. Back to Miss Lizzie's After this discussion group the four of us began the short trek down the | campus walk to the homelike atmos-1 phere of "Miss Lizzie's," but our stay I here was limited, for at 5:45 we were again ready to take our tired bodies to 1 the banquet hall of the Mayflower i Hotel to "fill the empty spots." This we did with country ham, candied yams, brussel sprouts, coffee, hot biscuits, and pumpkin pie. Samples of cigarettes and candy were the favors. Everyone enjoyed the candy, but it was a different tale about the "smoke." Afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1940

First Line of Defense Leads Justices in Battle with Presidents Saturday pan BEAL MONTAGUE Right End Let's watch the Justices and Presidents fight it out on the stadium gridiron, November 23 at 2:00. Vol. XIV No. 5 Honor Group Taps Pupils For Society Mr. Wade Bryant Addresses Initiates as Twenty-Two Take Vows of Fraternity '"May your life, your service, and your influence be an inspiration to John Marshall High School," pleaded the Reverend Wade H. Bryant, pastor of Barton Heights Baptist Church, when he spoke at the National Honor 'Society induction ceremony in senior assembly last Monday, as twenty two new members were tapped into the society. "Honesty, veracity, purity, and nobility are the 'ties' that every person For Editorial Comment, See Page 2. in high school or afterwards, should wear always," Mr. Bryant continued. Chooses Twenty-two Those tapped were Richard Allen Bragg, Ann Elizabeth Christian, Roscoe Roy Cosby, Louise Seward Cullen, Ruth Lee Dawson, Milton Eugene Dobbins,...

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