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Page 7 text:
To a man, to whom we of the Sixth Form owe so
very much, we dedicate this volume of the Pantagmph.
For Mr. john M. Heath has not only guided our destinies
in the selection of colleges, but has also earned the
universal respect and admiration of the Class of 1958
by always having our best interests at heart. This is far
too small a tribute to a man who has been not just a
faculty advisor to us but a friend as wellg we have been
able to bring our most perplexing problems to himg he has
helped us solve these problems with sincerity and
enthusiasm. Because of our profound respect for him and
our realization of his unselfish devotion, we, the Class of
1958, humbly dedicate this Pantgraph to Mr. john M.
Page 6 text:
300 YEARS, 300 BOYS, 300,000
H300 years, 300 boys, S300,000,' is the motto ot the Tercentenary Fund Committee, the
dream of which is a building which will be located where the garage presently is. Wfhcn
completed in the year 1960, in time for the Hopkins Tercentenary celebration, the proposed
building will provide ample facilities for 300 students.
According to Mr. F. Allen Sherk, "Much credit for the campaign should go to the
enthusiastic parents who have spent long hours on organization, soliciation, and follow-up."
Mr. Robert Reigeluth is the chairman of the Tercentenary Fund Committee, while Mr. Grant
Nickerson has served as the leader of the present parent group, ably assisted by
captains Mr. David Hummel, Mr. Stanley Cullen, Mr, Albert Cottg Mr. john Carroll, Mr.
Louis Hemingway, jr., and Mr. Iohn A. English.
The ground floor of the edifice, which has been designed by the same architectural firm
that drew up the plans for the Headmaster's home-Schilling and Coldbecker of New Haven,
will consist primarily of a garage and workshop, a lobby. receiving room, and a storage area.
On the first floor will be included an auditorium with a capacity of 400, a permanent dining
room, and a music room.
The aim of the building program, which will include several changes in Baldwin Hall,
is to create for Hopkins a well-balanced plant for a school of 300 boys and to offer the major
activities which a good country day school should provide.
Page 8 text:
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Mr. F. Allen Sherk
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