Index to Volume 10 (1918-1921) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Academic matters,
      • lectures & examinations criticised, 75
    • Adelaide Children's Hospital, 38
    • Adelaide University Shakespeare Society,
      • meeting, 97
    • Adelaide University Sports Association,
      • annual ball, 106
    • Alumni,
      • see graduates
    • Anatomy, Professor of,
      • F Woods, 27
      • A Watson, 27
    • Arts, School of,
      • 1919 examination results, 43
      • 1920 examination results, 75, 76
      • 1921 examination results, 94
    • Associations,
      • see societies, clubs & associations
    • Athletics,
      • competition results, 102
    • Australian Dental Congress,
  • B

    • Barr Smith family,
      • library endowment, 75
    • Bonython, Sir Langdon,
      • university hall endowment, 85
    • Bragg, Professor Sir William Henry,
      • review of his book World of Sound, 86, 97
    • Browne, Dr T,
      • Doctor of Laws, 40
    • Buildings,
      • needs & progress, 16, 16a, 16b, 31, 45, 57, 61, 68, 103, 127
      • see also the specific name of the building & the discipline, faculty or school
  • C

    • Calendar,
    • Catherine Helen Spence scholarship, 133
    • Chair,
      • see the chair or discipline eg English Literature, Chair of; Hughes Chair
    • Chancellor,
      • GJR Murrary, 1, 2, 3, 79
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton,
    • Commerce, Bachelor of,
      • 1919 examination results, 44, 51, 52, 53
      • commencement, 14, 15
    • Conferences, 105, 116, 126, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148
      • see also the name of the conference eg Australian Dental Congress
    • Coombs, H,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 68
    • Council,
      • applied mathematics & Bachelor of Dental Surgery, 55
      • government funding, 16, 16a, 16b
      • meeting summary, 73
      • Readership in Russian proposed, 27
    • Cricket,
      • match v Glenelg, 96
  • D

    • Darling, John,
      • memorial endowment, 36, 37
    • David, Professor Sir Edgeworth,
      • visitor from Sydney University, 110, 111
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
    • Davy, Ruby,
      • first woman Doctor of Music, 4
    • Dental Surgery, Bachelor of,
    • Dentistry, School of,
  • E

    • Economics, Diploma of,
      • establishment, 38, 42
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • see Music, School of
    • Elder music scholarship,
      • awards, 44
    • Elder Professor of Music,
      • see Music, Elder Professor of
    • Endowments,
      • 1920-21, 100
      • Barr Smith family, 75
      • GA Jury, 97, 99
      • J Darling, 36, 37
      • L Bonython, 85
      • P Waite, 71, 72, 73
      • School of Medicine, 36, 37
      • succession duties bill, 69, 70
    • Engineering, School of,
      • degree proposed, 22
      • grant by premier, 71
    • English Language & Literature, Chair & Jury Professor of,
      • endowed by GA Jury; establishment, 97, 99
    • Ennis, Elder Professor of Music Dr J,
      • death; career 1902-1918, 104, 105
    • Examinations,
      • 1920 results, 75, 76
      • 1921 results, 94
      • role, purpose & criticisms, 40, 75
      • see also public examinations, & the discipline, faculty or school
  • F

    • Fisher, Joseph medal,
      • awarded to PW Rooney, 1
    • Foote, W,
      • appointed to Conservatorium, 92, 93
    • Forestry, School of, 25, 118
      • research, 55
      • Professional Forestry Eduaction paper read by C. E. Lane Poole (photograph), 93a, 93b, 93c, 93d, 93e, 93g
    • Funding, 16, 16a, 16b, 19, 22, 33, 46, 51, 71, 76
      • see also endowments
  • G

    • Geology & Mineralogy, Professor of,
      • Mawson, Professor Sir Douglas (photograph), 70
    • Graduates' Association,
      • address by Governor, 73
      • proposed, established, elections, building needs, 69, 70, 127
      • relations between university & commerce, 75, 84
    • Graduates,
    • Graduation ceremonies,
      • 1918, 1, 3
      • 1919, 44, 45
      • 1919 address by G Henderson, 47
      • 1920 address by GJR Murray & W Howchin, 79
      • 1921 special ceremony, 100
    • Grant, Professor Sir Kerr,
      • atomic research, 11
      • liquid air public lecture, 114
    • Gray, Dr R,
      • appointed lecturer in physics, 99
    • Grounds,
      • proposal to lease parkland, 38, 39, 40
      • proposed extension of sports grounds, 32
  • H

    • Henderson, Professor G,
      • democracy, theoretical & practical, 47, 48
    • Howard, S,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 34
    • Howchin, Professor Walter,
      • physical sciences & mental culture, 79
  • J

    • John Tassie Memorial Library,
      • opening, 94
    • Joseph Fisher Medal,
      • awarded to PW Rooney, 1
    • Jury Professor of English Literature,
      • see English Language & Literature, Chair & Jury Professor of
    • Jury, Mrs GA,
      • endowment of Chair of English Language & Literature, 97, 99
  • K

    • Kerr, Dr Donald,
      • Doctor of Laws, 40
    • Kuitpo Forest, 55
  • L

    • Land holdings,
      • new land boundaries, 108
    • Law students,
      • hypothetical law problem debates, 105
    • Law, Professor of,
      • C Phillipson appointed, 43
      • FW Pennefather 1890-1896; death, 93, 94
      • 1919 examination results, 42
      • 1920 examination results, 75, 76
      • 1921 examination results, 94
      • staff & staffing, 43, 54, 55
    • Laws, Doctor of,
      • first doctorates 1919 T Browne & F Stow, 40
      • Prince of Wales, honorary doctorate, 66, 67
    • Legislation,
      • succession duties bill, 69, 70
    • Libraries,
      • Barr Smith family endowment, 75
      • John Tassie Memorial Library, 94
    • Lindon, L,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 25
    • Lowrie scholarship,
      • awarded to E West, 96
  • M

    • Mathematics, Professor of,
    • Mawson, Professor Sir Douglas,
      • appointed Professor of Geology & Mineralogy, 70
      • geology lecturer, 17, 17a, 17b, 17c, 17d, 17e, 17f
      • ice-clad continent, 68
    • Medical Journal, 17, 17a, 17b, 17c, 17d, 17e, 17f, 95a, 95b
    • Medical students,
      • Children's Hospital, 38
    • Medicine, School of,
      • 1919 examination results, 43
      • 1920 examination results, 75, 76
      • 6 year degree proposed, 61, 62
      • buildings, 36, 37, 45, 56, 61, 76, 94, 95, 102
      • death of B Poulton, Lecturer in Surgery, 129
      • endowment, 36, 37
      • examinations, 44
      • research laboratory, 56
    • Mines & Industries, SA School of,
      • building needs, 22
    • Mitchell, Vice Chancellor Professor William, 1, 2, 3
    • Murrary, Sir George John Robert,
      • Chancellor's address on physical sciences & mental culture, 1, 2, 3, 79
    • Music, Diploma & Associate Diploma of,
      • 1919 Associate examination results, 41
    • Music, Elder Professor of,
    • Music, School of,
      • 1920 examination results, 60, 71, 72
      • 1921 Elder Conservatorium programme, 95, 96
      • concerts, 14, 15, 101, 103, 105, 106, 110, 114, 129, 132, 140
      • HE Wylde appointed to Conservatorium, 11
      • music teachers conference, 105, 110, 116, 126
      • orchestras, 58, 59, 60, 86
      • R Davy first woman Doctor of Music, 4
      • scholarships, 24, 44, 73
      • W Foote appointed, 92, 93, 94
      • W Silver appointed to Conservatorium, 11
    • Music,  Bachelor of,
      • L Taylor awarded scholarships, 73
  • N

    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • Oxford lecture on universities & adult education, 115
  • O

  • P

    • Parkside asylum,
      • buildings, 31
    • Pathology, Chair & Professor of,
      • approved by Senate, 19, 42
      • JB Cleland appointed, 43
    • Pavy, Dr Dorothea (nee Proud),
      • achievements in welfare, 57
    • Pennefather, Professor Frederick William,
      • Professor of Law 1890-1896; death; career, 93, 94
    • Phillipson, Dr C,
      • appointed Professor of Law, 43
    • Physics, Lecturer in,
      • R. Gray, 99
    • Physiology, Professor of,
    • Political Science, Diploma of,
      • establishment, 38, 42
    • Poole, Rev F Slaney,
      • establishment of university, 103
    • Poulton, Dr Benjamin,
      • Lecturer in Surgery, death; career, 129
    • Prince of Wales,
      • visitor; granted honorary Doctor of Laws, 66, 67
    • Proud, Dorothea,
      • see Pavy, Dr Dorothea (nee Proud)
    • Public & extension lectures,
    • Public examinations,
      • 1918 junior, 6, 7, 8
      • 1918 senior, 4, 5
      • 1919 higher, 45
      • 1919 junior, 51, 52, 53
      • 1919 music, 19, 36, 37
      • 1919 primary, 32
      • 1919 requirements matriculation & senior, 40, 41
      • 1919 senior, 48, 49
      • 1920 higher, senior & junior, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84
      • 1920 primary, 71
      • 1921 music, 102
      • 1921 senior, 92
    • Public Examinations Board,
      • 1921 report, 92
  • R

    • Radium,
      • world supply of, 94
    • Research, 11, 55, 56, 76
      • funding for growth & nutrition in humans & animals, 76
    • Rhodes scholarship,
      • awarded to H. Coombs, 68
      • awarded to L Lindon, 25
      • awarded to S Howard, 35
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • appointed Professor of Physiology, 15, 25
      • conquest of nature; physiology of everyday life, 62, 127, 128, 130, 131
    • Rooney, PW,
      • awarded Joseph Fisher medal, 1
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College, 86, 87
      • opening of John Tassie Memorial Library, 94, 94a, 94b
    • Rowing,
      • regatta & inter-university boat race, 97, 100, 103
    • Russian,
      • proposed Readership, 27
  • S

    • SA Institute of Engineers, 25
    • SA School of Mines & Industries,
      • see Mines & Industries, SA School of
    • Scholarships, awards & prizes, 1, 24, 25, 35, 44, 49, 68, 73, 96, 97, 133
      • government bursaries, 49
      • see also the name of the scholarship, award or prize
    • Science, Faculty of,
      • 1919 examination results, 42
      • 1920 examination results, 75, 76
      • 1921 examination results, 94
      • Kerr Grant public lecture, 114
      • Kuitpo forest, 26
    • Senate,
      • meeting, 41
    • Silver, W,
      • appointed to Conservatorium, 11
    • Societies, clubs & associations,
      • see also Graduates' Association
    • Sport, 32, 96, 97, 100, 102, 103, 106
      • grounds, 32
      • see also the specific sport eg athletics, cricket, rowing, tennis
    • Staff & staffing,
      • elections & appointments, 11, 15, 25, 43, 54, 70, 71, 77, 92, 93
      • see also the discipline, faculty or school
    • Stirling, Sir Edward Charles,
    • Stow, Dr F,
      • Doctor of Laws, 40
    • Student statistics,
    • Students,
      • in World War 1, 8, 9
      • see also women students
      • see also the name of the faculty or school
  • T

    • Tassie, John,
      • see John Tassie Memorial Library
    • Taylor, Laurel,
      • awarded Bachelor of Music scholarship, 73
    • Teachers' training college,
      • proposed, 59
    • Tennis,
      • Niall inter-university cup, 96, 97
  • U

    • Union,
    • Universities, other,
    • University,
      • lecture by FS Poole, 103
      • Teaching staff comments, 17
  • V

    • Verco, Doctor J. C.,
      • appointment to University council, 17
    • Vice-Chancellor,
      • W Mitchell, 1, 2, 3
    • Visitors,
      • E David, Sydney University, 110, 111
      • Prince of Wales, 66, 67
  • W

    • Waite, Peter,
      • endowment for agricultural education, 71, 72, 73
    • Watson, Professor Archibald,
      • retirement, 30
    • West, Eric,
      • awarded Lowrie scholarship, 96
    • Wilton, Professor John Raymond, 10, 11, 12, 24
    • Women students,
      • R Davy Doctor of Music, 4
    • Woods, Dr F,
      • Professor of Anatomy, 27
    • World War 1,
      • students, 8, 9
      • Captain L. A. Whitington escape from German Prisoner Of War Camp, 17
    • Wylde, Harold Eustace,
      • appointed to Conservatorium, 11