Index to Volume 11 (1921-1923) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Academic matters,
      • attendance at lectures, 47
      • English literature, 100
      • university role & functions, 29
    • Adelaide University Shakespeare Society, 97
    • Anderson, W,
      • awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship, 48
    • Angas Engineering Exhibition & Scholarship,
      • revised statute, 95
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • awarded to W Anderson, 48
    • Anthropology, Chair of,
    • Art works,
      • coat of arms, 19
    • Arts, Bachelor of,
      • changes, 55
    • Arts, Faculty of,
      • 1921 examinations, 15
      • 1922 examinations, 95, 96, 97
      • 1923 examinations, 142
    • Ashhurst, Thomas,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 19, 55
    • Associations,
      • see clubs, associations & societies
    • Australian Dental Congress,
      • 1921, fourth, 1
    • Australian Institute of Engineers,
    • Awards,
      • see scholarships, awards, bursaries & prizes
    • Ayers, Ernest,
      • scholarship, see Ernest Ayers scholarship
  • B

    • Bald, Robert Cecil,
      • English lecturer; WEA lecture: Byron, Shelley & Keats, 144
    • Bequests,
      • see endowments, bequests & gifts
    • Bishop, J,
      • awarded South Australian scholarship, 109
    • Bonython, Sir Langdon,
      • gift for Bonython Hall , 19
    • Bragg, Professor Sir William Henry,
      • atom research, 146
      • British Association for the Advancement of Science, 72
      • xray research, 125
    • British Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • W Bragg presents paper, 72
    • Brookman Scholarship,
      • awards, 96
    • Buildings, 4, 19, 115
    • Bundey, Ellen Milne,
      • bequest, 95
    • Bursaries,
      • see scholarships, awards, bursaries & prizes
  • C

    • Calendar,
    • Campbell, W,
      • visitor from Lick Observatory, USA, 61, 62
    • Caterer, T,
      • retirement as Clerk of Senate, 54
    • Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 13
    • Chaplin, Erica,
      • death of 1919 Elder music scholarship winner, 90
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • Professor of Engineering & President of Australian Institute of Engineers, 131
      • speech: engineering & the university, 19
    • Chapple, F,
      • retirement as Warden of the Senate, 54
    • Classics Association,
      • meetings & lectures, 6, 54, 74, 87
    • Cleland, E,
      • gift of mineral collection, 39
    • Clubs, associations & societies,
      • Dual Club, Poetry Society, & University Shakespearian Society meeting, 97
      • see also the name of the club, association or society
    • Commerce, Bachelor of,
      • 1921 examinations, 17
  • D

    • Darling, John,
    • Darling Medical Building, 115
      • medical lecture theatre, 4
      • opening, 39, 40
    • Davies Thomas scholarship,
      • revised statute, 95
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
      • Dean Faculty of Music, founder of SA Orchestra, 132, 150, 151, 151a
    • Dental Surgery, Bachelor of,
      • changes to regulations, 55, 95
    • Dentistry, School of,
      • 1922 examinations, 95, 96, 97, 99
      • dental health & education, 18
      • Fourth Annual Dental Congress, 1, 3
    • Dodwell, George,
      • Government Astronomer; talk on solar eclipse, 89
      • Eclipse observations (photograph), 81
    • Dual Club, 97
  • E

    • Economics, Bachelor of,
    • Economics, Faculty of,
      • criticism of teaching, 99
    • Education,
    • Elder Conservatorium,
    • Elder music scholarship,
      • 1919 awarded to E Chaplin, 90
      • awards, 13, 19
    • Elder scholarship,
      • 1922 awarded to H Fisher, 109, 112
      • 1922 awarded to L Power, 96
    • Endowments, bequests & gifts,
      • AFK Sheridan, 115, 117, 125
      • Bonython gift for hall, 19
      • Darling Medical School building, 32
      • E Cleland mineral collection, 39
      • list, 20
    • English Language & Literature, Chair of,
      • AT Strong Jury Professor of English literature, 17, 32, 97
    • Ernest Ayers scholarship,
      • establishment, 95
    • Examinations, 8, 10, 13, 15, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 39, 74, 86, 87, 88, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 111, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 126, 139, 142
      • see also public examinations, & the discipline, faculty or school
  • F

    • Fisher, Helena,
      • awarded Elder scholarship, 109, 112
    • Football,
      • inter-varsity, 64, 65
    • Forestry, Bachelor of,
      • supersedes Diploma of Forestry, 95
    • Forestry, School of,
      • graduates, 127
      • Kuitpo Forestry School, 30
  • G

    • Garnett, AC,
      • Professor of Psychology; WEA lecture, 33, 38, 39
    • George Thompson Bursary in Commerce,
      • establishment, 144
    • Gifts,
      • see endowments, bequests & gifts
    • Graduates' Association,
      • G Dodwell: solar eclipse, 89
      • meetings, 11, 19, 26, 36, 89
      • residential university colleges proposed, 38, 42
      • Union Building, 55,
    • Graduates Land Settlement Act,
      • formerly Agricultural Graduates Land Settlement Bill, 98a, 98b, 133
    • Graduates, 95, 100, 117, 127, 134
    • Graduation ceremonies,
    • Grant, Professor Sir Kerr,
      • public lectures: spectroscopy, 4
      • research: solar eclipse (photograph), 82
  • H

    • Heaton, Dr H,
      • public lecture: economics of the depression, 60
    • Hill, Dr Florence,
      • visitor from USA, 76
    • Hodge, CR,
      • Registrar, 30
    • Hughes Professor of Philosophy,
      • JM Stewart appointed vice W Mitchell, 81, 92, 96
    • Human Physiology, Chair of,
  • J

    • Jackson, Elizabeth,
      • death of researcher in psychology, education, employment of women, 117
    • Japanese, Chair of,
      • proposed, 13
    • Jauncey, George,
      • Doctor of Science, 100
    • John Bagot scholarship & medal,
      • revised statute, 95
    • John Creswell scholarship,
      • awarded to R Rhodes, 30
    • John L Young scholarship, 13
    • Johnston, Professor Harvey,
      • first Professor of Zoology, 1, 127
    • Jury Professor of English literature,
  • K

    • Kitson, Mary,
      • 1917 first female legal practitioner, 8, 17
      • 1921 first female notary, 8, 17
    • Kuitpo Forestry School,
      • training, 30
  • L

    • Lacrosse,
      • inter-varsity, 64, 65
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • Professor Phillipson, Dean, 132
    • Law, School of,
      • 1921 examinations, 13
      • 1922 examinations, 33, 95, 96, 97, 99
      • 1923 examinations, 146
    • Legislation,
      • exemption from Municipal Corporation rates, 91
    • Lyceum Club,
      • club for women graduates, 55
  • M

    • Mackay, A,
      • Economics lecturer; WEA lecture: Australian nationalism, 150
    • Madigan, Cecil T,
      • appointed lecturer in geology, 1
    • Medicine, School of,
      • 1921 examinations, 15
      • 1922 examinations, 33
      • 1923 examinations, 144
      • history, 40
      • opening of Darling Medical building, 40
      • proposed mental deficiency clinic, 85
      • proposed psychology clinic, 48
    • Mitchell, EE,
      • awarded music scholarship, 94, 95
    • Mitchell, Professor William,
      • Gifford Lecturer in Philosophy at Aberdeen, 134, 135
      • Hughes Professor of Philosophy resignation & retirement, 81, 92, 96, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105
      • Vice-Chancellor, 81
    • Music scholarships,
    • Music students,
    • Music, Associate Diploma & Diploma, 55, 98a, 98b
    • Music, Faculty of,
      • address by Dean, 132
    • Music, School of, 31, 32
      • 1921 examinations, 8, 10, 13
      • 1922 examinations, 39, 86, 87, 88, 93, 94
      • piano teacher school in conjunction with Conservatorium, 48, 50
  • N

    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • address: evolution of language, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105
      • Chair of Anthropology proposed, 52, 53
      • public lecture: League of Nations, 56
      • visit to Europe, 30
    • Nursing,
  • P

    • Pellew, L, 40
    • Pennyquick, S,
      • lecturer in physical chemistry, 8
    • Pharmacy,
      • 1922 examinations, 94
    • Phillipson, Professor Coleman,
      • Dean, Faculty of Law, 89, 132
      • public lectures, 90
    • Philosophy, Hughes Professor of,
      • resignation of W Mitchell; appointment of JM Stewart, 81, 92
    • Poetry Society, 97
    • Postle, Dr H,
      • public lecture: science & destiny, 143
    • Power, Lawrence,
      • awarded Elder scholarship, 96
    • Prince of Wales Theatre,
      • WEA lecture, 33
    • Prizes,
      • see scholarships, awards, bursaries & prizes
    • Psychology, Professor of,
      • appointment of AC Garnett, 38, 39
    • Public & extension lectures,
      • AT Strong, 48, 50
      • Brother Purton, 58
      • C Phillipson, 90
      • DR Campbell, 61, 62
      • H Heaton, 60
      • H Postle, 143
      • HD Naylor, 56
      • J Wilton, 44, 45, 46, 47
      • Kerr Grant, 4
      • R Bald, 144
      • SA hills geography, 91
      • TB Robertson, 51, 53, 56, 57
      • see also Workers Educational Association lectures
    • Public examinations,
      • 1921 results higher, junior, primary, senior, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28
      • 1922 leaving & intermediate, 30
      • 1922 results higher, junior, primary, senior, 74, 109, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 139
      • 1923 results senior, 139
      • criticism, 110
      • English requirements, 50, 51
      • new names for public examinations, 126
    • Public Examinations Board,
      • 1923 manual, 139
    • Purton, Brother,
      • Classics Association lecture: Euripides, 58
  • R

    • Registrar,
      • C R Hodge, 30
    • Research,
    • Rhodes scholarship,
      • awarded to D Sumner, 100
      • awarded to T Ashhurst, 19, 55
    • Rhodes, Ronald,
      • awarded John Cresswell scholarship, 30
    • Rifle shooting, 66
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • public lectures: interpretation of life; animism, 51, 53, 56, 57
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • 1923 annual speech day, 128
      • achievements, 129
      • Agricultural Graduates' Land Settlement Bill; Graduates Land Settlement Act, 98a, 98b, 133
      • government scholarships, 144
      • Governor 's address: agricultural education, 34, 35
      • veterinary course, 4
    • Royal Society,
      • list of topics for 1922, 115
  • S

    • Scholarships, awards, bursaries & prizes, 12, 13, 19, 30, 48, 55, 84, 90, 95, 96, 100, 109, 112, 115, 144, 149
      • see also names of scholarships, awards, bursaries & prizes
    • Science, Doctor of,
      • G Jauncey, 100
    • Science, Faculty of,
      • 1921 examinations, 15
      • 1922 examinations, 95, 96
      • 1923 examinations, 142
    • Senate,
      • changes to degrees & diplomas, 55
      • Clerk T Caterer & Warden F Chapple; retire; Justice Poole appointed, 54, 95
      • revised scholarships statutes, 95
    • Sheridan, Ms AF Keith,
      • endowments for Medical School, 115, 117, 125
    • Societies, clubs & associations,
      • see clubs, associations & societies
    • South Australian scholarship,
      • awarded to J Bishop, 109
    • Sport, 34, 39, 64, 65, 66, 150
    • Staff & staffing,
      • new appointments, 96
    • Stewart, Professor John McKellar ,
      • appointed Hughes Professor, 81, 92, 96
      • Jury Professor of English literature, 17, 32, 97
    • Strong, Professor Archibald Thomas,
      • appointment (photograph), 26
      • Classics Association lecture: Seneca, 74
      • public lectures; Swinburne, 48, 50
    • Student statistics,
    • Students,
    • Sumner, Donald James Robert,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 100
  • T

    • Tennis,
      • inter-varsity, 150
    • Thompson, George,
      • see George Thompson Bursary in Commerce
    • Threadgill, Bessie,
      • awarded Tinline scholarship, 84
    • Tinline scholarship,
      • awarded to B Threadgill, 84
  • U

    • Union Building, 55,
    • Universities, other,
    • University Colleges,
      • residential; University Residential College Fund, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 94
    • University Commerce Association,
      • meeting; Chair in Japanese proposed, 13
    • University Geological Museum,
      • mineral collection donated, 39
    • University Students Commerce Society, 98a, 98b
  • V

    • Verco, Sir Joseph,
      • visit to England, 130
    • Visitors,
      • F Hill, USA, 76
      • W Campbell, Lick Observatory, USA, 61, 62
  • W

    • Waite endowment, 34, 35, 36, 37, 94, 95, 124
      • Urrbrae Estate, 124
    • Waite, Matilda,
    • Waite, Peter,
    • West, E,
      • Roseworthy graduate, 134
    • Wilton, Professor,
      • lecture: relativity & gravitation, 44, 45, 46, 47
    • Women students, 34, 115
      • E Jackson, 117
      • Lyceum Club, 55
      • M Kitson, 10
    • Workers Educational Association,
  • Z

    • Zoology, Chair of,