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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 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 (Member L* EST r )1940-4l) 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^n-Chief^T7777i~7^Ma ry^EUeiT Tucker, Virginia''^oles Business Manager... Hollie Garber Associate Business Manager ••• • • • -Holhe Garber r T 9 F?iJ • Evelyn KWnplan HXnr !! " " Orville Layman / f t' F Yitor And rew M eoni Associate Sports Laitor - , A n pv F^ur%dJ: r . :::::::::::::: iwes^Jj v/.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.'.".'.:: Warr^° m n £^7™ Photograph Ed List SS, £ :::::::::::::::::: • • v ■*&*>•!*& Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff. . .... . .EtMCosby, Harris. Edna Vass, Otis Andrews, Jr., Virginia Chockley, Buddy Imburg,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1940

Page Three Pupils Talk On Education Virginia Coles, Helen Owens, Alice Lou Lipscomb Explain Celebration in Assemblies "The founding of American Education Week in 1921 grew out of conditions revealed in the World War Draft," said Virginia Walker Coles, in all the assemblies last week as the students observed the event. As a celebration of American ideal of education and life, Virginia pointed out also that out of the men examined in the draft, twenty-five per cent were illiterate and twenty-nine per cent were physically unfit. America's Defenses Virginia then introduced Helen Owens. Speaking on "What America Has To Defend?" Helen explained that America first has the spiritual heritage to defend, in that the schools guide pupils to enrich their spiritual living through the right conduct, sacredness of human personality, and leadership in search of truth, goodness, and beauty. "A people's government to defend," continued Helen, "is a unique determination to be free. America has a vast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1940

November 20, 1940 Hardwood Candidates Start jj f jjBL " Here are the officers of the senior class. Bottom row, left to right, Ruby Heath, Edythe Wray, Yvonne Denzler, Billy Lumpkin. Back row, Buck Snead, Ed List. We Want to See: Who: All Marshallites. When: First, second, or third recess. Where: In front of school. Why: To get cheering ready for biggest game of season, Tee Jay o Student Hopes To Lead Public School Orchestra "I want to be an orchestra director in puiblic schools," stated Mary Elizabeth Kimsey, a senior in homeroom in, when asked her ambition. Mary Elizabeth has a good start toward this ambition, for she plays five instruments —the violin, bass violin, flute, piano, and kettledrums. iStudying music for nine years, Mary Elizabeth has often neglected an appetizing supper for the sake of playing her beloved piano. In junior high school she learned to master the violin and bass violin, and since she joined the John Marshall High School Orchestra two years ago, Mary Elizab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1940

November 20, 1940 jl COLUMN, RlGHT!tjJtep I THE GRIDIRON if By ORVILLE LAYMAN CTu n ' «;' SCOr , ed Up °"' and u '" ied is tl « "cord of John P fM 5 p ! t,CeS ' Wh °' afKr d<rfe *»ng Ae Comrnoof Maury on Fr ,day a week ago, got set for their game with George Wash.ng ton of Danville . A „ hough (hey games, anville is a tough team any time. Head Coach Esleeck, who has d<> nc * n excellent job on the coaching end (or is there any word todescr.be how the team has played for him?) has said that a team that has . one little all season usually pops up and upsets his team every year. Danville could have been that team!! But it was not. ***** With the football season nearing a glorious end at this school, basketball practice started on the fourth under Frank (Chesty) Grossman, last year's captain, and Simon Glick, star Byrd Inn forward fjn Capital City League last year. H Although five \eteians are returning, the new bovs or sophomores .are welcome to try out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 November 1940

Page Six i v' "' : ': :■•■. ■ -- *£ *■ /-•••■ Members of John Marshall's Big Blue team are shown relaxing after practice. They are, left to right, Jimmy Lacy, Gus Mengulas, Lloyd Tinsley, Charlie Wilson, Beal Montague, and Jack Ittner. • „ 1 —Courtesy Richmond Ttmes-Dupatch. Marshallite Football Boys a Many folks have the idea that football players are "tough guys" but this idea is all a mistake. When you see tbe players on the field with big husky looking padded shoulders and helmets, they do look plenty tough; but when you really know them and talk to them, you find that they are just a swell bunch of fellows like anyone else. Klein and Hoffman, Contrasts An interview with last year's lettermen brought out many interesting and amusing things. To be working in such close cooperation, Co-captains BUI Klein and Joe Hoffman have more striking differences than any others. Tall Joe and short Bill are as opposite as night and day. Everyone knows Joe to be very, very bashful, but when he ...

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

Twenty-one Pupils Initiated Into the International Quill and Scroll Society; Help Make School Publications. Vol. XIV No. 6 Mr. Marlowe Speaks Here In Assembly 'l6 Graduate of J. M. Returns; Relates History of Printing Recognizing Its Anniversary "This very school of yours would probably not exist if movable type had not been invented," declared Mr. Bernard D. Marlowe, a graduate of John Marshall in the class of 1916 and now secretary-treasurer of the Richmond Club Printing House Press, when he spoke in senior assembly Monday a week ago in recognition of 1940 as the five-hundredth anniversary of printing. "Printing dates back to the early ages of the Chinese, but we are mostly concerned with the origin of the present system, that of movable type, which was invented by Johann Gutenberg," he stated. Books Written by Hand Mr. Marlowe said that for thousands of years all books were written by hand. Early in the fifteenth century a person who owned a library of 100 books was famous, since...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 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 o INTERNATIONAL? I (Member st JMf 'i » 1940-41) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Memberj Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act ° f March 3, 1879. Editors-in-chief. 77.7.7."....Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. B%ssMan%er. ... Associate Business Manager Mason STli Evelyn Kittenplan Copy Ed,tor :::::::: Orville Layman Associate Sports' Editor""'.'.l'.:. ; Meon, Felum l Editors'. '. .Margaret McPherson, OSfu&r ""7"":::::::wa™n SSES Photograph Ediior:::::::: Clem Burnett Exchange Editor Fred ' Soracher C lL C "tant° n to Editorial and Business 5taff....... - Ethel Cosby, Frank Harris, Edna Vass, Otis Andrews, Jr., Virginia Chockley, Buddy Imourg, Anne Glazebrook, Dons Eaton, Audr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1940

December 6, 1940 f COLUMN, RIGHT luJfep THE GRIDIRON {\ By ORVILLE LAYMAN rtM iJ^^ John Marshall 15 Thomas Jefferson 0 ***** COACH DICK ESLEECK'S team proved on Saturday two weeks ago that they are worthy to win the Virginia Literary and Athletic League title when they defeated the Presidents, 15 to O, to remain undefeated, unscored upon, and untied. Harris (Phess) Woodson, line coach, should be lauded for the defensive play of the forewall, who held Maury's big Commodores on the i-foot line for four downs and held Thomas Jefferson who advanced to the 7-yard and i-foot lines during the contests. Outstanding boys in this great line are Co-captain and center Joe (Sniper) Hoffman, who backed up the line on defense with vicious tackles; guard Charlie Wilson, fastest man on the squad, who with Jack Ittner smeared Baughan behind the goal line for a safety; Jimmy Lacy, right guard, who covered the flankman of the famous banker plays and twice intercepted passes intended for T. J. receivers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 December 1940

Page Four Footballers Attend Lunch Student Association Entertains With Gala Affair Prepared By Home Economic Section John Marshall's great undefeated football team received the formal acclamation of the student body at the luncheon given in their honor by the John Marshall Student Association last Wednesday. The luncheon was held in the dining hall on the third floor of the John Marshall building. Bobby Lumpkin, president of the Student Association, acted as master of ceremonies. The speakers included Mr. James C. Harwood; Mr. Floyd Fowlkes, athletic director; and Mr. Dick Esleeck and Mr. iPhess Woodson, the team's coaches. The luncheon of turkey, cranberries, and all the fixings was a huge success. Members of the student association executive committee served at the affair. Bill Klein and Joe Hoffman, co-cap-tains of the Justices, told how it felt to be members of a state championship aggregation and one of the South's strongest high school teams. A 'feeling of jollity and good fel...

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

Jayem Boys Get Letters In Assembly Seventeen Monograms Given; Bill Klein Wins Trophy; Four Boys, Coach, Medals Seventeen members of John Marshall's history-making 1940 football team received their letters in senior assembly, Monday a week ago. With radio station WRXL broadcasting the festivities and several distinguished visitors on hand, the boys who carried the blue and white through a perfect season received a tremendous ovation as each received his monogram from Mr. Jesse H. Binford, Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools. Bill Klein, Trophy Bill Klein, Justice co-captain and stellar blocking back, received the Sidney H. Trott trophy awarded annually to the Richmond school boy selected by the city's coaches as being the most valuable prep or high school player in the city. The Kiwanis Club trophy came into John Marshall's permanent possession this year as a result of the Justices' victory over Thomas Jefferson and was presented to Mr. Floyd C. Fowlkes, athletic director, by M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 December 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 <INTtRNftTIONAp pplS , //P/ (Member ( 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. Editors muniej... j Virginia Coles Business Manager. Hnllie Garber Associate Business Manager M^>n Managino Editor " . Evelyn Kjttenplan P? 1 Orville Layman Sports Editor .. . •••:•• Andrew Meoni Associate Sports Editor . . ~ Cade" 1 Editor". *V.V.V7.V.V.VV.I" Wan g2J BuS Photograph Editor P . jj.. Exchange Editor Fred * Spracher Stuto M EdZialand Businesi Slif.V * V.V. E*d Cosby, Frank Harris, Edna Vass, Otis Andrews, Jr., Virmma Chockley, Buddy Imburg, Anne Glazebrook, Dons Eaton,...

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

December 19, 1940 Jayem Cagers Defeat Randolph-Macon f COLUMN, RIGHT! w||p ON THE GRIDIRON By ORVILLE LAYMAN As all you students know, the Big Blue Justices led by Co-captains l\. Joe Hocman and Bill Klein won the Virginia Literary and Athletic League title for the first time since they joined the league at its chartering. Besides this they went through this 1940 season undefeated, untied, and unscored upon. This is also the first time in the history of the Class A loop that a team has finished the season with a record similar to this. Possibly this may be a national record. ***** BANQUETS GIVEN TEAM Many clubs of Richmond, among them the Chamber of Commerce, gave banquets to honor the team. Clarence (Ace) Parker was guest speaker on one occasion. Mr. Parker, who is a former Ail-American and now plays with the Brooklyn Football Dodgers, mentioned that there were three curses which haunt a good athlete. They are DRINK, which will ruin any man; GIRLS, who are not such a bad curse; and...

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

Page Four vbhH^^HK *> fflM^lliMwlWlF'iff™™- ; : * wjsBgBBBSSr WtimLwi - ?—fc SHHSfiH& ■. hHHP f ymm v«U ■ jaiWMgp tmi, Jur^nMnffij, k ' 3mMWw|m«M MMiii 1 In jHuS ' && 1 ■ i JPiraL - ffIHP "W mm 'lMaf igsr M& —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. The initiates of the John Marshall Chapter of Quill and Scroll are first row, left to right: Frances Roach, Ellen Marcus, Edna Vass, Helen Spivey, Margaret McPherson, Louise Cullen, Mildred Sisson, Virginia Cole, Dorothy Mason, Mary Ellen Tucker, Evelyn Kittenplan, Elaine Shaw, and Hollie Garber. Second row, left to right: Edward List, Clem Burnett, Orville Layman, Paul Michelle, fVarrenton Fellows, Jack Gulley, and Fred Spracher. A. J. Meoni was absent because of illness. Sophmores New at J. M. In addition to previous names, here are more sophomores at John Marshall. Also Linwood Carter, William Davis, Frank Francheschi, Marvin Garbett, Charles Hester, Garland Long, Virginia Maxson, Edith...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1941

Who's Who Among Seniors? Read Story on This Page And Find the Lucky Ones. Vol. XIV No. 8 Save Two Bits for Seven Issues of Monocle Next Term "Our goal is every pupil and every teacher a subscriber as well as a reader of The Monocle," said Miss Eva Branch when asked by the staff of the newspaper to make a statement concerning The Monocle's subscription campaign for the next semester. At a meeting of the Press Club, Monday a week ago, members decided to help the circulation department in its coming campaign by presenting an assembly program to entertain prospects at the beginning of the next semester. It was suggested that thermometers Awards Open To Students 'Scholastic' Magazine Offers Honors for Creative Work To High School Students The seventeenth annual' awards for creative work in literature, music, and the arts and crafts have been announced by Scholastic, The American High School Weekly. The awards, which consist of $12,500 in cash, scholarships, merchandise, trips and nationa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1941

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? 63i . (Member EST. YGY —— 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 \j r ?j. n ' a _Co| es Associate Business Manager .Hoilie Garber Managing Editor Dorothy Mason Copy Editor Evelyn Kittenplan Sports Editor Orville Layman Associate Sports Editor Andrew Meoni Make-Up Editor Jack Gullev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Frances Roach Alumni Editor t Ellen Marcus Cadet Editor Warrenton Fellows Photograph Editor Clem Burnett Exchange Editor •• • • • • • • -Ed List Circulation Manager ••• • - Fred, Spracher Assistants to Editorial and Business Staff Ethe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1941

January 17, 1941 J.M.H.S. Downs Richmond Freshman,2B-23 The Court By ORVILLE LAYMAN BEFORE the holidays John Marshall's cagers swamped the RandolphMacon frosh, 41 to 23 for a beginner. On the Saturday .night after returning from their short vacation, the Justice courtmen tasted defeat in a thriller at the hands of the Glass High Hilltoppers, 23 to 21. This game was the final game of the annual University of Richmond Prep Carnival which was held at Millhiser gymnasium. The Justices did not give up without a fight; they took their opponents into two overtime periods—the first was a three-minute period, the second a sudden death in which the first team that scored two points won. Other games which were played at the carnival were won by local schools. In the opener, Thomas Jefferson's Presidents eeked out a victory by means of a last minute field goal to win 22 to 21. Benedictine's Cadets fought a nip and tuck battle with George Washington High of Alexandria, but came out on top of a 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 17 January 1941

Page Four 105 Students Make Honors Virginia Kanick Leads with 99; Kermit McKenzie Has 98.5; John Funkhouser Gets 98.4 Last report period 105 John Marshall students made their grades more than ninety and made a place for themselves on the honor roll, a member of the sight saving class leading. Of these 105, fifty-six have home rooms in the John Marshall building, and forty-nine are registered in Wythe. Virginia Kanick topped this report period with ninety-nine on all her subjects. Kermit McKenzie followed closely with 98.5. John Funkhouser was third with 98.4. Richard 1 uck averaged 97.2, and Mary Tuck and Richard Hasker tied with an average of 97. Spottswood Tuck on Roll The following students made the honor roll for the second report period: 4Hr, Gaynelle Cheek; 4H2, Eleanor Persing, Ann Chappell; 4H3, Hilda Tate, Anne Williamson; 4H5, William Heider; 4H6, Lois Rynaldo; 4H7, Maude Baker; 4H13, Clem Burnett, Fred Spracher, Ethel Cosby, Hollie Garber, Evelyn Kittenplan, Dorothy Mason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

Have You Heard About Fun Student Association is To Have Next Friday? See Page Four. Vol. XIV No. 9 Choir To Give 'Pin afore' Two March Nights Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta To Take Place Consecutive Nights with Separate Casts Rehearsals for the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, Pinafore, which the school a capella choir will present in March, are well under way- Mary Henley in Cast The operetta will be presented two nights, Thursday and Friday, with separate casts. These will include Mary Henley and Evelyn Williams as Josephine; Jacquelin Griggs and Dorothy Goldsby as Mrs. Crips (Buttercup) ; Fred Spracher and Dave Kennedy as Dick Dead Eye; Sidney Hall and Wray Hughes as Captain Corcoran ; Lawrence Hyman and RoyButler as Bill Baliston (Boatswain) ; Margaret Smith and Lucille Nolte as Hebe; Lacy Oliver and Alvin Hobgood as Sir Joseph; Billy Pierce and Raymond Winder as Ralph Rackstraw; and Charles Robertson and Ormond Arnold as Bob Beckett (Boatswain's Mate). Alternate Presentations Year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

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 (INUBKATIONAI? (Member EST " 2I )1940-4l) FEJTL Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postottice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Editor s-inC hie f Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hotlie Garber Assistant Business Manager ..Otis Andrews Managing Editor • • Dorothy Mason News Editor Warrenton Fell ws Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey MasseL _ ~, T Sports Editor ;•■• •••• L^ yman Assistant Sports Editors A. J. Meoni, 1 hadl Crump Girls' Sports Editor Virgin.a Chocklev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne G'azebrook Alumni Editor Edna Vass Exchange Editor .Ed List Circulation Manager _ •••• Spracher Assistants...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

February 21, 1941 Jayem Girls Trim Teejay Betsy Thomas, Jefferson Star; Team Rallies After Setback; Audrey Selph High With 17 John Marshall's girls basketball team rallied after being outscored the first qu-arter, n to 6, to defeat the Thomas Jefferson sextet, 28 to 19, on Thursday a week ago in George Wythe gymnasium. Before the first five minutes of play, the Justices lost their star forward, Norma Loving on personal fouls. This was a great shock to the team, but they soon recovered, and the Presidents were held scoreless during the second quarter, while the Justices scored 9 points. This gave them a 15 to n advantage a«t the half. During this quarter, Audrey Selph scored 8 of her 17 points. After intermission the Blue and White team, led by Audrey Selph and Frances Allen, ran the score into twenties to lead at the end of the third quarter, 22 to 17. Betsy Thomas of Teejay also flipped in some fancy hook shots during this time. Outscoring the girls from the West End six to two, th...

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