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I k:.?IDAY: JANuRY18, 1952


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(Cotiud fromPal.1)
building will be entirely financed
by gifts donated to the Phoenix
RESEAtCH carried on under
the Project banner is of wide
cope. The original concept in-
volved making a study, not only
of atoms and how to use them,1
but of the effects they register in
"It is Wh policy to be as lib-
eral as possible with this idea,"E
Prof. H-enry J. Gombcrg, assist-
ant to Dean Sawyer expla*iMe.
"The committee tendts to con-
sider any worthy project v Wi h
generally adheres to the princi-
ples," he noted.
Describeds by Prof. Giomberg as
*a highly active organization,'
Phoenix's steady growth led last
semester to the establishmen~t of
aspecial administrative office.
A small quarter iu the base-
ment of the Rackham Bldg., the
office does not even have a sirn
on the door, but notwithstanding
ts unofficial looking exterior, it is
the official administrative and
planning center of the grovv-ing
AND THE project is not going
to be located just in the planned
research building. Currently the
supporter of a "hot" laboratory
in the Radiation Labtoratory
Building, the MemorialI is now
financing a modernization of the
This old laboratory will h~e
maintained permanently as ar
center for people doing research
with moderate amounts of ra-
dio-active materials.
The proposed building is as yetr
awaiting the architect's pen. But.
barring delay in government ap-
proval of steel allocation, con-
struction w ill begin by September
or October.
CO)NTAINED in th.e proposed
building will be labora tor ies suit-I
ed for working with intense radio-
active substances. Library and re-
search facilities will also be part
of the plans.
"The building will not simply be
a laboratory building," Prof. Gom-
berg; noted. "It will be a memorial
as well."
And, pledged uncompromisingly
to the initial ideal of the Phoenix
Project, the work carried arn in
the building will never be of a
"secret" nature, according to Prof.
Gomberg. "The public will always
be able to know of the experiments
which take place w ithin its wails,
the p,'ofessor emnphasized~.

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