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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

Page Four J. M. Defeats Granby High Tenth Victory for J. M. Five; Friedman Captures Honors With Score of Ten Points Scoring fifteen points in both halves, John Marshall's basketball five posted a 30 to 18 win over Granby High of Norfolk in the Wythe gym Friday two weeks ago for their tenth victory of the season. "Jeep" Friedman, exhibiting excellent floor work, took the scoring honors with ten points. Justices Keep Lead After the first few minutes of the game, the Justices kept a safe possession of the lead although Granby pulled within two points of the Marshallites' scofe in the third quarter. Ending the first period with John Marshall holding a 10 to 5 advantage, Granby's defense stiffened as the Blue and White team was held to five points, the visitors scoring the same number, bringing the scoreboard figures to 15 to 10 for Jayem at halftime. Third quarter play remained even as the Justices and the Norfolk boys again matched goals, scoring seven points a piece, raising the score...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

February 21, 1941 The Court By ORVILLE LAYMAN tT has been six weeks since the last issue of the past term went to press. During these weeks the Justice courtmen have played six Central District games and five non-league games. On January 14, the Blue and White team traveled to Ashland for a return game with the Randolph-Macon B squad. "Jeep" Friedman, leading scorer for the Justices, came through in the clutch and John Marshall won 30 to 28. Displaying great teamwork on January 17, the Blue team opened their bid for the Central District title by defeating George Washington of Alexandria, 28 to 18. Amos Clift of the visitors led the scoring with nine points. Washington and Lee of Arlington visited Wythe gym the following night and left it disheartened after losing, 41 to 26. This was the Justices second Cen- tral District win. On the day before exams, January 22, Petersburg lost 26 to 15 to the Blue and Whites on the Petersburg gym, which is the best court they have played on so far ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 February 1941

Page Six ■'. ' ' *''.' ''" : " ■»'. ' :.' . -~ " „ : "! ' —Courtesy P.ichmond News Leader. Joe Hoffman and Bill Klein, co-captains of last year's undefeated football team, practice football with a basketball while Ray Marshall and Hughie Austin look on. ■•■■■•f*i^f<*MSol^ Class To Hold Contest For Juniors Next Week More fun! More excitement! Who's who in the junior class? The contest will be held in the booth outside the cafeteria next Monday through Thursday, and each junior who joins the class may vote. The first dance of this semester will take place March 7, at which time the juniors will entertain the seniors and sophomores. The second dance will be during the first part of May, when the sophomores will be hosts to the juniors and seniors. J. M. Girl Writes For Local Paper When Anna Mae Reynolds of room 307 wrote "Sue's Gift", a short story, for The Record, she said that she had no idea that it would be published in the Richmond News Leader. "Gee, was I surprised," s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1941

Fourteen 100% Homerooms Will Dance in Wythe Gym Wednesday, 3:30 to 4:30 P. M. Vol. XIV No. 10 Sound Mind in Jeffs Trim J. M. Cagers At Roanoke Magicians Eliminate Justices From State Final Play-off; Height Helps in Victors Win Jefferson High's smooth working quintet moved into the finals of the State Class A basketball playoff by eliminating John Marshall's Justices 32 to 29 last Tuesday night at Roanoke. The Magacians, aided by their height and accurate shooting, grabbed an early lead that was never relinguished during the entire performance. The Jayem squad looked as though they might overtake their opposition in the third and fourth periods, but on each occasion a Jefferson goal kept their team ahead. The quarter found Roanoke in front 8 to 6, Watt Ellet, captain and forward, accounting for all eight markers. Then Akers and Flint began a bombardment of the basket from all angles to rack up twelve points and make it possible for the Magicians to leave the hardwood at the half with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 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 : «yß»uTicmSP • fe"tnia3 fe\ 1 [/'y : (Member ( est {gig) 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. Editurs-in-Chief. 7 Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Nfichelle, Jr. Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager ..Otis Andrews Managing Editor ••• Dorothy Mason Nevis Editor and Make-up Editor Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumplin, Audrey Massei. \ ~ Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meoni Assistant Sports Editor •• Orvilte Layman Girls' Sports Editor , Virginia Chockley Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor -Edna Vass Music Editor Jtmmy Lacy Exchange Editor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1941

March 7, 1941 Justices Win Eight Conference Games in Row r : The Court JOHN MARSHALL'S -courtmen clinched the Central District title tm an overnight trip to Arlington and Alexandria. The Justices defeated Alexandria, 37 to 22, but met some stiff opposition at Arlington where they eked out a victory by one point, 24 to 23. This allows the Blue team to play Roanoke at Roanoke in the semifinals of the state championship play-off. If they defeat Roanoke, they meet Maury 011 their home court. Virginia champions have received an invitation to the tournament sponsored by Duke University at Durham, North Carolina, from March 13-15, inclusive. On Tuesday of last week John Marshall bowed to Hopewell on the latter's court, 42 to 35, and learned that a team can not live on its record but must play hard basketball every minute and keep wide awake to beat a team as scrappy as Hopewell. On last Friday night the Justices profited by mistakes made at Hopewell and routed Thomas Jefferson, their local...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 March 1941

Page Four Clubs Begin Spring Term Organizations Elect Officers, Present Plays and Discuss Plans for Entertainments Acting, debating, and electing new officers made up the program for the various clubs last Thursday. Little Red Riding Hood Some of the members of the French club presented a puppet play, entitled Le Petit Chaperon Rouge two weeks ago yesterday at the meeting. Taking part were Mary Bettv Nicholas as Little Red Riding Hood, Richard Hague as the wolf, "Jo Hodges as the mother, and Mary Lancaster as the grandmother. Debate Lend-Lease Bill After a short business meeting, the members of the John Marshall Forum listened to a debate on the lend-lease bill Thursday a week ago. When the two speakers of each side had presented their points, an open discussion followed. Club Awaits Convention The Don Juan Spanish Club reorganized last Thursday a week ago, electing Mary Tuck president, Lucille Kennon vile president, Aliue Landi secretary, Patsy Guild treasurer, and Frances McGhee n...

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

John Marshall Basketball Team Defeats Durham, But Bows to Greenville; See Story on Pages 1, 3. Vol. XIV No. 11 Mary Henley, Bill Pierce Play Tonight Friday Cast To Give Operetta 'H. M. S. Pinafore'; Anasta Dial, Margaret Smith Play Arrangements for the operetta, H. M. S. Pinafore, are complete as the dates, March 20 and March 21, arrive The cast for last night included Evelyn Williams as Josephine; Raymond Winder as Ralph Rickshaw; Jacqueline Griggs as Buttercup; Lucille Nolte as Hebi; Lawrence Hyman as Captain Corcoran; Joe Ogburn as Sir Joseph; Fred Spracher as Dick Deadeye; Roy Butler as Bill Baliston (Boatswain) ; Arthur Jennings as Bob Beckett (Boatswain's Mate) ; Lillian Wolf as Midshipmate. Anasta Dial To Play The cast tonight consists of Mary Henley as Josephine; Billy Pierce as Ralph; Anasta Dial as Buttercup; Margaret Smith as Hebe; Wray Hughes as Captain Corcoran; Alvin Hobgood as Sir Joseph; Dave Kennedy as Dick Deadeye; Armond Arnold as Bill Baliston (Boatswain) ; Charl...

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

Page Two THE MONOCLE , Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET OWTEBNATIOiTp PPIS , (Member! EST 1921 r )|940-4l) ||gJJ 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. Editor r-in-Chief Mary Ellen Tucker, Paul Michelle, Jr. Business Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager Otis Andrews Managing Editor Dorothy Mason Neius Editor and Make-up Editor Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meoni Assistant Sports Editor Orville Layman Girls' Sports Editor Virginia Chocklev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor ...Edna Vass Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Exchange Editor Ed List Circulation Manager Fred S...

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

March 21, 1941 SPORTS | TIPS *#l By A. J. MEONI and THAD CRUMP FOOTBALL and basketball are over, and as the track season approaches, we thought it only appropriate that we should dedicate this column to the Jayem cindermen. This year's track team is built around key men, such as Jimmy Dominick, Charles Wilson, Tommy Valentine, Carlton McGhee, John Smither, Tippy Duling, and Jack Ittner. Garland Roger's being unable to compete in this year's track competition is feared to slightly unbalance the squad, since he is the only experienced' long distance runner left. Jack Ittner, however, has shown abilitv as a fast runner and may make up for the loss of Rogers. "It is a pleasant surprise," exclaimed Coach Hank Noble," and hard to believe, but Jack is one of the fastest men on the team and has beaten the best. He will help a lot." The Justice schedule lists eleven meets, and the Javem cindermen are expected to be 011 a par with any of their foes. In Valentine, Coach Noble has one of the be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 March 1941

Page Four Swing Band Plays at Tea Dance in Wythe Gym —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. Above are the new members of Ouill and Scroll beine initiated at WRVA radio station. They are, right to Above are the new members of Quill and Scroll being initiated at W left, Jerome Imburg, Otis Andrews, Doris Eaton, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei, Doris Mills, Warrenton Fellows, president, Dorothy Mason, in charge of program, Nancy DuVal, Thad Crump, Virginia Chockley, and Ann Glazebrook. Ribbons Adorn Initiates Of Journalism Society Large colored ribbons, gir.ls minus make-up, and boys well painted marked the initiation of eleven pupils into Quill and Scroll Wednesday and Thursday, two weeks ago. It was a familiar sight to see the initiates bowing before the portrait of Edgar Allen Poe in the front hall. The former members of Quill and Scroll took great delight in making the "goats" obey their commands. "Oh, I'll be so glad when I can put some lipstick on," moaned Nancy DuVal. Thad Crump is still ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 April 1941

Athletes Receive Letters For Distinguished Work In Boys, Girls Basketball; v Sixteen Win Monograms. Vol. XIV. J. M. Players Get Letters In Assembly Miss Brame Introduces Girls With Rhymes and Principal Gives Awards to Athletes Girls and boys of John Marshall's basketball teams received their letters in senior assembly last Monday a week ago for their season's work. Miss Mildred Brame introduced the girls as Mr. James C. Harwood awarded them their letters. Before the girls received the letters, Miss Brame said that she thought that the team had done an excellent piece of work by winning nine out of the twelve games they played. Miss Brame gave credit to Virginia Patterson, Evelyn Sheperd, Ann Carnefix, Clara Fuggette, Wilma Abrams, Shirley Goldfarb, Bessie Mae Joyce, Mary Elizabeth Jordan, Betty Nicholas, Lois Carter, Marcelene Strickland, and Jeanne Filer for helping the others win. Coach Tells Qualities As each girl received her letter, Miss Brame told in rhyme the position and fin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 April 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 CIWTERHATIONTO 835 , > (Member ( EST Jpjf l * 2l )1940-4Q 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 Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager „ Otis Andrews Managing Editor .Dorothy Mason News Editor and Make-up Editor Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meoni Assistant Sports Editor Orville Layman Girls' Sports Editor Virginia Chocklev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson,. Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor .Edna Vass Music Editor Jimmv Lacy Exchange Editor • Ed " st Assis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 April 1941

April 4, 1941 SPORTS I TOPS By A. J. MEONI and THAD CRUMP <|l jy THE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE AND NATIONAL DEFENSE Members of the Virginia Literary and Athletic League drew up the following resolution for national defense: SINCE it has become imperative for those who believe in government by and for the common good of the individuals making up the nation to examine afresh the principles and practices of democracy; And since the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic League from its inception has been an organization depending solely upon the loyalty and devoted interest of its members for its growth in practical service and for its inspirational value to the students in the free public schools of the Commonwealth; And since this organization seems especially suited to express publicly its belief in the spirit of voluntary cooperation of individuals in pursuit of a common end, be it therefore resolved bv the Legislative Council of this League: That the League offer itself to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 April 1941

Page Four Alumnus Still Loyal to School (This is the second in a series of interviews with alumni in professions.) By ETHEL COSBY "Even though my two younger brothers are now attending Thomas Jefferson, I still remain loyal to my alma mater," declared I>r. Lewis T. Stoneburner 111, who graduated from John Marshall in 1929 and is now practicing medicine. "We have a regular feud at home," he continued, "for I have four brothers and one sister and three of us are Marshallites and three Jeffersonians." Dr. Stoneburner graduated from the University of Richmond with a B. A. degree, after w r hich he attended the Medical College of Virginia for four years. Later in Harvard Medical Service of Boston City Hospital in Boston, he interned for two years and had a residency for one year. "While at John Marshall I was a cadet in Company C. At the time I was so small I virtually had to stand on tiptoe to be accepted," he stated. "I've grown a lot since then," added the six feet one inch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 April 1941

Dinner, Program, and Dance Mark Both Anniversaries v Of Girl Reserve Clubs; Wes Gee Furnishes Music. Vol. XIV. 'Hi- Yin Action\ Theme for District Conference j* JiS —Courtesy Richmond Times-Dispatch. Shown above are some of the officers of the Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall Girl Reserve Clubs when they met at the Y. W. C. A. to plan the dance. Left to right, they are Marjorie Batty, Ann Morris, Virginia Lloyd Hatcher, Mary Sue Hibbs, Dottie Mason, Frances Wing field, and Kitty Patrick. Girls' Clubs Have Dance Dr. Beverly Boyd Says That Students Are First Lines of Defense; Quartet Led Music Celebrating their sixtieth anniversary as a national organization and the festival Easter, the Girl Reserve Clubs of John Marshall and Thomas Jefferson had a joint meeting in this school's auditorium, Wednesday, April 2. Dr. Beverly Boyd, minister at Grace and Holy Trinity Church, spoke to the group, stressing the point that high school students are first lines of defense, in that they will li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 April 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 (INUBNATIONAS L(Member f* EST 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 Managers Virginia Coles, Hollie Garber Assistant Business Manager Andrews Managing Editor • • Dorothy Mason New Editor and Make-up Editor . Warrenton Fellows Copy Editors Doris Eaton, Nancy DuVal, Bobby Lumpkin, Audrey Massei. . _ . T Sports Editors Thad Crump, A. J. Meom Assistant Sports Editor .Orville Layman Girls• Sports Editor Virginia Chocklev Feature Editors Margaret McPherson, Anne Glazebrook Alumni Editor - Edna _ VaSS Music Editor Jimmy Lacy Exchange Editor A'iV'"r» Assistant Exchange Editor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 April 1941

April 25, 1941 SPORTS J TUPS flP® By A. J. MEONI W THAD CRUMP THE TRACK TEAM: Many of the boys 011 the track squad are performing well this year. In a pre-season statement, Coach Hank Noble remarked, "This year's track team is built around keymen such as Jimmy Dominick, Charles Wilson, Tommy Valentine, John Smither, 'Tippy' Duling, and Jack Ittner." This statement is now easily seen to be true. These boys have done the bulk of this year's scoring. Captain Dominick has constantly starred in the 100, 220, and 440-yard events. He also has placed well in the broad jump, jumping well over nineteen feet. Charles Wilson has been competing in the sprints and the weight events and has remained in the upper three in these departments often. Probably one of the state's best pole vaulters is Tommy Valentine. Tommy doesn't stick to just one event as he is a talented hurdler. John Smither, high jumper, is improving as he acquires experience and practice. John is adding the inches to the height wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 April 1941

Page Four Students Go Out of Town Mrs. Lily P. Ellett Visits Son; Miss Cross Rests on Farm; Jimmy Lacy Attends Parties Many Marshallites and teachers took trips during the Easter Holidays, while others preferred to stay right around home to catch up on their sleep. Miss Cross retired to her farm and communed with nature. Bill Klein spent his Easter vacation time practicing for track and attending the movie houses, while Edythe Wray, Bob Lumpkin, Gene Sears, Doris Disse, and Jean Elliott passed away their time just eating and sleeping. "I spent my time galloping around town and having a big time," smiled Thelma Boswell. Washington is the place Patsy Ranger visited during Easter, but Mrs. Lily Parker Ellett undertook even bigger things. She tock a trip to Detroit to visit her son. Goes to Washington Charlie Robinson spent his time putting in working hours, but he seemed to think that "all work and no play wouldn't do, so he dated pretty girls / at night after working hours. Littleton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 9 May 1941

All Buses Carrying Seniors To Class Picnic Leave For Bermuda Lake Park 1 At 8:15 and 9:00, May 23. Vol. XIV No. 14 B.V. English Gives Advice To Officers Discusses Germ of Democracy; Lumpkin Gives Bryan Gavel, Introduces All New Leaders "Democracy has been accused of being slow. Maybe democracy is slow, but at any rate it is sure," remarked Bruce English '37 as he spoke in senior assembly last Monday, when the student association installed its new officers. SPEAKS HERE . &>-y "! x % . ./ mSB: mm jfl&9 —Courtesy Richmond K ezuspapers, Inc. Bruce English He pointed out that the earlier training in self-government is begun, the sooner one realizes its urgent need, "Today as never before we have come to realize just how important ' and necessary it is for every one of us to have training and experience in government early in life," stated Bruce, who recently added the presidency of the student body to the many honors received at Randolph-Macon College. ...

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