Index to Volume 15 (1925 - 1926) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Aborigines,
      • American anthropologists visit aboriginal camp, 4, 5, 11
      • Dr Herbert Basedow researches aboriginal religious beliefs, 11
      • Professor Edwin R. Embree visits Tarcoola Aborigines, 12
      • Sir Joseph Verco recalls Aborigines in Botanic Park, 5
      • origins of Aborigines, 4, 5
      • Dr Thomas Draper Campbell on dental caries among Aborigines, 169
      • Royal Society of South Australia meeting paper on Aborigines, 188
      • Dr Campbell’s book titled Dentition and Palate of the Australian Aboriginal, 169
      • dental caries among Australian Aborigines, 169a
    • Accountancy & auditing, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 9
    • Adams, Rev. Reginald Keith Sorby,
      • ordination at St Peter's Cathedral, 146, 147, 150
    • Adams, Alfred John,
      • lecturer at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 196
    • Adelaide Bach Society,
      • to perform with South Australian Orchestra, 100
    • Adelaide Repertory Theatre,
      • 1926 season of plays, 96
    • Adelaide University Magazine, 112
    • Agriculture, Study of,
      • agricultural high school to be built at Urrbrae, 96
    • Altmann, Dr. Herbert Franz,
      • appointed Officer of Health to the Freeling Board of Health, 100
    • Allen, Miss Eleanor Alice,
      • delegate at the 10th International Woman Suffrage Alliance in Paris, 189
    • Allen, Charles,
      • addresses students on education and duties of secretaries, 75, 77
    • Allen, Sir Harry,
      • obituary of pathologist and dean of Melbourne University, 79, 82
    • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize,
      • awarded to Joyce Elizabeth Watson, 12
    • Andrew Scott Prize for Latin,
      • to Frederic Stephen Hodby, 12
    • Angus, Dr. William Roy,
      • acting for Dr Ryan at Nhill in his absence, 64
    • Anthoney, Ernest, MP,
      • the need for a wider vision on forestry issues, 55
      • on forestry, 135
    • Anthropology, study of,
      • see also Aborigines
      • The Natives of the Purari Delta by Francis Edgar Williams, 16
      • Rev F W Brasher reports of the medical campaign in Papua by Australian officers, 16
    • Annual report,
      • 1925 report, 67
    • Art works,
      • 23rd anniversary of the unveiling of the Elder statue, 196
    • Arts, Study of,
      • regulations changed, 6
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8, 12, 13, 21
    • Ashhurst, Thomas W.,
      • Rhodes Scholar now in Sydney, 164
      • progress at Oxford, 9
      • returns from Oxford, 60
    • Athletics,
      • Athletics Club annual sports day results, 118
      • Inter-University Athletic Championships to be held in Adelaide, 122
      • Inter-University Sports won by Melbourne, 136
    • Australian Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • book of 1924 Science Congress held in Adelaide available shortly, 120
      • 18th meeting to be held in Perth, 58, 59
    • Ayres, Ivy,
      • appointed teacher of aural culture and musical appreciation, 45, 80, 81, 82
  • B

    • Baines, Stanley,
    • Baker, Thomas,
      • gift of £20,000 to Biochemistry Department, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, 50
    • Barnard, Howard,
      • to commence work in United Kingdom, 61
    • Barr Smith Prize for Greek,
      • to Harrold Burls Wilson, 12
    • Barwell, Sir Henry Newman,
      • biography, 62
      • to retain the "Honourable' title for life, 159
    • Basedow, Dr. Herbert,
      • researches aboriginal religious beliefs, 11
      • leader of new expedition to northern Australia, 116, 118, 119
      • invited to deliver a course of lectures at University of Hamburg, 119
      • to lecture at Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science in Perth, 143, 146, 168
    • Bayly, William Reynolds,
      • speaker at the conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
    • Beard, Dr. Jack Roland,
      • returned to Adelaide, 52, 58
      • appointed honorary assistant physician of the Infectious Diseases Block, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Beare, Professor Thomas Hudson,
      • knighted, 58, 59
      • biography of first holder of the South Australian Scholarship, 162
    • Bequests, gifts & endowments,
      • Sir Langdon Bonython’s gift for endowing the Chair of Law, 79, 81, 82
      • Thomas Baker’s gift of £20,000 to Biochemistry Department, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, 50
      • 1925 annual report, 67
    • Bergson, Professor,
      • invitation to French philosopher to lecture in Australia, 104
    • Berry, Frances Winifred,
      • on committee for the Education Society conference, 154, 155
    • Betts, Dr. Lionel Oxborrow,
      • to report on treatment of crippled children in US, 177
      • leaving to study orthopaedic work in England, 190
    • Bevan, Frederick,
      • seriously ill, 25
      • farewell social, 47, 49
      • writes from abroad, 141
    • Biaggini, Ernest Gordon,
      • lectures in Renmark for Workers Educational Association, 132
    • Bickersteth, Rev Kenneth Julian Faithfull,
      • Headmaster of St Peters College to travel to Great Britain, 12
      • Visiting schools in UK, 195
    • Biochemistry, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 8
    • Bishop, John,
      • tribute to first public concert in Derby, 86, 89
    • Bleby, Dorothy Aileen,
      • awarded John Howard Clark Prize, 12
    • Bonython, Hon. Sir Langdon, KCMG,
      • gift for endowing the Chair of Law, 79, 81, 82
      • on retirement age, 40
      • bust sculpture presented, 105, 106, 108
      • President of the South Australian School of Mines & Industries since 1889, 70
      • senior on the roll of South Australian Knights, 70
    • Booth, S. Russell,
      • profile of chairman of the Board of Commercial Studies, 76
    • Botany, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8
      • improvements at Flinders Chase of state’s flora and fauna, 6
    • Bragg, Sir William,
      • lecture to children in London, 57
      • recalls his earlier life, 130, 157, 163
      • member of the Library Board, 153
    • Brasher, Rev. F. W.,
      • the medical campaign in the territory of Papua New Guinea, 16
    • Brookman, Sir George,
      • resigns as chair of Finance Committee of Council, 162
    • Brose, Dr. Henry,
      • returned to South Australia, 68, 69, 93, 95
      • 1913 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Brown, Dr. Jethro,
      • Professor of Law for 10 years, 81
    • Browne, Clifford Harding,
      • appointed to lectureship in Commercial Practice, 24
      • appointed Secretary to the Paterson stabilisation scheme, 40
    • Bruce, Wallace,
      • Adelaide's Lord Mayor elect, 4
    • Buildings,
      • Physics and Engineering School recently completed, 159
  • C

    • Cairns, Dr. Hugh William Bell,
      • 1917 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Calendar,
      • coverage of calendar of the University of Adelaide, 64
      • new term begins, 71, 72
      • proposals to revise the calendar, 68, 102
    • Campbell, Dr. Thomas Draper,
      • visit to Ooldea to collect data on the natives, 133
      • appointed Dental Superintendent of the Adelaide Hospital, 14
      • published a book called Dentition and Palate of the Australian Aboriginal, 169
    • Campbell, Professor Arthur Lang,
      • appointed Professor of Law, 45, 51, 56
      • to speak at League of Nations Union luncheon, 61
    • Cant, Leonard George,
      • biography, 194
    • Carey, Francis Clive Savill,
      • brought several operatic songs back from England, 65
      • comments on Australians as musically shy, 10
      • expertise in production of opera, 3, 4
      • opera classes, 73, 74
      • operas produced by Carey open, 1
      • President of Society for the Study and Revival of Folk Singing and Dancing, 168
      • recital broadcast throughout Great Britain, 61
      • to perform in Melbourne, 168
    • Carrington, Rev. P.,
      • special preacher St Peter's Cathedral, 38
    • Cartledge, Herbert Henry,
      • expert in concrete, 99
    • Ceremonies & celebrations,
      • photograph of King's Birthday Levee procession, 147
      • University Ball for Jubilee, 170, 176
      • Christian Brothers' Old Scholars Annual Communion Breakfast, 123
      • Commemoration, 28, 29, 30
      • University Jubilee celebrations, 65, 69, 134, 155, 175
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • biography (photograph), 35
      • lecture on ‘Sounding the Depths of Stars’, 96
      • evidence to Commission on application of power to secondary industries, 91, 92, 93
      • representative at conference for all Australian universities, 126, 129
      • seeks registration of municipal engineers, 149
    • Chapman, Robert Hall,
      • son of Professor Robert William Chapman, designed and built new Murray Bridge, 1
      • Chief Engineer for Railways going on business trip to United Kingdom and USA, 32
    • Charlesworth, Thomas William,
      • biography, 51
    • Chemistry, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 9, 13
      • Dr W A Hargreaves on alternative motor fuels, 108
      • experiments in wood alcohol abandoned, 181
    • Chinner, Dr. M. E.,
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 24
    • Christie, Dr. William,
      • appointed Medical Inspector of Schools, 56
    • Christie, Patrick Joseph,
      • admitted to degree of Bachelor of Laws, 31
      • biography, 61
    • Clark, Edward Vincent,
      • biography of lecturer in Engineering, 98
    • Classical Association,
      • paper given by David Henry Hollidge, MA, 140
    • Cleland, Professor Sir John Burton,
      • researching vocational diseases among timber workers, 98
      • results of enquiry into diseases from wood, 70, 71, 72
    • Clubs, societies and associations,
      • Adelaide University Commerce Students' Society, 85, 121, 125
      • Athletics Club, 118
      • Classical Association, 140
      • Commonwealth Institute of Accountants, 129, 130
      • Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, 176
      • Graduates Association, 23
      • Johnian Club, 157
      • League of Nations Union, 152
      • Poetry Society, 145
      • Royal Society of South Australia, 188
      • State Dental Society, 6, 8
      • University Shakespeare Society, 1
    • Cockburn, Sir John Alexander,
      • biography, 70, 73, 190
      • to retain title of ‘The Honourable’, 159
    • Colebatch, Walter John,
      • absences of Roseworthy College Principal criticised, 145, 196
      • photograph, 196
      • innovations in curriculum, 191
      • withdrawal from Roseworthy College, 196
    • Collins, J. R., CMG,
      • Secretary of the Federal Treasury, 73
    • Commerce, Faculty of,
      • appointments to Board of Studies, 34
    • Commerce Students' Society,
      • annual meeting, 85
      • annual dinner, 121, 125
    • Commerce, Study of,
      • results, 9, 12, 21
      • position of commerce students in relation to representing university in sport questioned, 135
      • studies requisite to obtain diploma in commerce, 42
    • Committees,
      • Professors Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, Darnley Naylor, McKellar Stewart and Mr Grenfell Price representatives on the joint committee for the W.E.A. tutorial classes, 161
    • Commonwealth Institute of Accountants,
    • Commonwealth Institute of Science & Industry,
      • see also research
      • University approached for closer cooperation, 137
    • Comparative Philology, Study of,
      • examination results, 12, 13
    • Conferences and seminars,
      • delegates to the Australian State School Teachers' Federation leave for Hobart, 32
      • Australian Universities Conference held in Melbourne, 134, 135, 136
      • conference on cancer to be supported financially by Commonwealth Government to ensure uniform policy on prevention of cancer, 144
      • fifty students to attend conference in Berwick, Victoria, 80
      • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science Conference in Perth, 143, 146, 161, 168, 173, 189
      • Education Society Conference, 172, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186
      • 10th congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance held in London, 189
    • Continuing education,
      • Professor Darnley Naylor in the Riverland to address Worker's Educational Association, 132
    • Coombs, Mr H. I.,
      • 1920 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Copland, Professor,
      • Professor from Melbourne University to represent the Laura Spelman Rockeller memorial in Australia, 85
      • report from his travels overseas on social science, modern business methods, 141
    • Cornish, Dr. J. R.,
      • appointed house surgeon at the Dreadnought Hospital, Greenwich, London, 35
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • new Council members elected, 6, 10
      • regulations changed, 6, 10
      • letter about number of judges on the council, 9
      • members may attend the levee at Government House, 136
      • council nominated Dr William Thornborough Hayward as its representative on the Medical Board, 132
      • council asked to nominate research workers for training abroad, 133, 134
      • voted for the establishment of a Chair of Modern Languages, 161
      • University grant increased to enable provision of night lectures, 161
      • Sir George Brookman has resigned as Chairman, Finance Committee, 162
    • Creswell Scholarship,
      • awarded to Violet Agnes Watson, Vanda Dorothy Bailey, Rex Arden Higginbottom, 70
    • Crocker, Walter Russell,
      • first class result for Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts, 7
    • Curtis, Miss Daisy R.,
      • awarded Helen Spence Scholarship, 13, 14, 18, 19
      • photograph, 18
      • transfers to Adelaide to pursue studies, 61
  • D

    • Davey, Dr. Constance,
      • address regarding provisions for the feeble minded, 110
    • David, Professor Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth, DSc,
      • book on geology delayed due to illness, 162
      • to publish a book on The Geology of Australia, 4, 121
      • receives honorary Degree of Doctor of Science from Cambridge University, 57
      • wins Royal Geographical Medal, 85
    • David Murray Scholarship for Roman Law,
      • awarded to Kenneth Churchill Duffield, 12
    • David Thomas Scholarship,
      • awarded to Phillip Cornelius Hogan, 12
    • Davies, Dr. Harold, Mus. Doc.,
      • argues for music for children, 98
      • concert for school children, 166, 167, 168, 169
      • comment on address to children on ‘What is music?’, 170
      • to conduct South Australian Orchestra, 92
      • suggests use of part of Government House grounds for concerts, 78
      • on the benefits of wireless for music studies, 164
      • organ recitals, 129, 132, 149, 150, 154, 171, 172
      • supports singing of “The Song of Australia” at football carnival, 137
      • celebrating 59th birthday, 189
      • short biography, photograph, 187
      • pleads for support for the South Australian Orchestra, 113
      • photograph, 63, 113, 187
      • addresses opening activities of 1926 year, 63, 64, 65, 69, 72
      • travels to Melbourne with string quartet, 168, 190
    • Davies, Dr. Whitridge,
      • biography of son of Professor Harold Davies, 21
    • Dawson, Dr. J. B.,
      • appointed to be a member of the Board of Optical Registration, 47
    • Degrees,
      • annual commemoration, 25
      • conferring of degrees in Law, Science, Arts, Engineering, Applied Science, 123, 124, 125
    • Dental Society of SA,
      • annual dinner, 6, 8
      • Dr Thomas Draper Campbell appointed dental superintendent at Adelaide Hospital, 14
    • Dentistry,
      • conference on preparation of people to work in schools’ dentistry scheme, 60
      • registered dentists to oppose the idea of dental nurses becoming "school dentists", 159
      • H. Gill Williams on Industrial Dentistry at Rotary Club luncheon, 97
    • Dentistry, Faculty of,
      • allegations concerning examination papers, 32
      • alleged sale of examination papers in N.S.W., 39
      • Dr. T. D. Campbell, Dr. Arthur Chapman, Sir Joseph Verco to represent Adelaide University at dental conference in Melbourne, 121, 125
      • appointment of lecturers, 34
      • Sir Joseph Verco attends national conference to discuss uniformity in dental courses, 133, 135
      • regulations changed, 6
      • examination results, 4, 16, 21
    • Dodwell, G. F.,
      • Government Astrologer to visit Greenwich Observatory, 81
    • Doolette, D. L.,
      • Arts graduate obituary, 13
    • Duffield, Kenneth Churchill,
      • awarded David Murray Scholarship for Roman Law, 12
      • Stow Prize, 12
      • South Australian Orchestra performed modern works by Kenneth Duffield, 173, 174
      • biography and photograph, 56
    • During, George Harold,
      • inventor of a petrol saver, 91
  • E

    • Economic History, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
    • Economic Society of Australia,
      • meeting, 176
      • SA branch members submitting papers for publication, 52
      • W A K McKee appointed assistant secretary, 188
      • appeal for additional members, 101, 102
    • Education Society,
      • conference on education for citizenship, 154, 155, 157
    • Education, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
      • report of Minister of Education, 106
    • Edwards, Dr. H. T. J.,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon, 14
    • Ekres, Theodora Allman Ekres,
      • awarded Scholarship for Theory of Music, 12
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • performances of “ The Magic Flute” and "Dido and Aeneas", 1, 2, 3, 4
      • concert by students and presentation of associates in music, 12, 13
      • conferring of diplomas at final concert for the year, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21
      • term commencement, 56, 58
      • opening of 1926 Session, 63, 64
      • announcement of 1926 series of concerts, 69, 72, 73
      • opera classes in full swing, 74
      • Elder Conservatorium String Quartet, 78, 89, 92, 96, 100, 104, 151, 153, 154, 168, 190
      • first student concert, 81, 82
      • music for children, 98
      • proceeds of community singing to aid Richard Watson, Elder Scholar, 196
      • manual of information available, 43, 44
      • midday organ recital by Professor Harold Davies, 129, 132, 149
      • chamber music recital, 133, 134
      • lunch time concerts, 137, 138
      • staff perform in concert, 150, 156
    • Elder Scholarship,
      • awarded to Richard Charles Watson, 14
    • Elizabeth Jackson Memorial,
      • appeal for funds for, 2
    • Ellis, Arthur Benjamin, BA,
      • on committee of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
    • Ellis, F. E.,
      • appointed assistant surveyor, Engineer-in-Chief's Department, 47
    • Ellis, J. B., BA,
      • elected secretary of the Institute of Associated Teachers, 72
    • Embree, Professor Edwin R.,
      • visiting American anthropologist, 4, 5, 6, 12
    • Employment conditions,
      • employment bureau established in connection with the University, 170
      • problems in the UK coal industry, 106
      • time spent by University graduates obtaining a degree to be counted as time spent in the public service, 129, 132
      • teaching institutions to cooperate in the training of public service officers, 62
    • Engineering, Faculty of,
      • new building for engineering section, 43, 44, 159
      • registration of engineers, 86, 101, 172
    • Engineering, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 8, 13
    • English Language & Literature, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 12
    • Ethnology, Study of,
      • examination results, 12, 13
    • Eugene Alderman Scholarship,
      • awarded to Hartley Williams, 12
    • Evans, Dr. H. M.,
    • Evening lectures,
      • teachers & college students able to attend night lectures next year, 160, 161, 188, 195
    • Ewart, Professor A. T.,
      • appointed as delegate to Adelaide University jubilee celebrations, 116
    • Examinations,
      • entrance examinations for Public Service, 2
      • increased entries for intermediate, leaving and leaving honours examinations, 2
      • complaint about overloading of the school curriculum, 2
      • Intermediate Arithmetic examination complaint, 14
      • public school examinations at the University, 25
      • examiners of doctoral science theses appointed, 32
      • examiners of surveyors appointed, 32
    • Extension lectures,
      • Professor Sir Archibald Strong delivers a series of lectures on "Satire and some Great English Satirists", 146, 152, 158
      • series on "The New Physics and the New Astrology" by Professor Sir Kerr Grant, 153, 166, 167, 177, 188, 189
      • NSW extension Lectures not well attended, 37
      • extension lectures arranged for June, 111
  • F

    • Fay, Professor,
      • unable to accept offer of a lecture tour, 79
    • Fenner, Dr. C. E., FGS,
      • Superintendent of Technical Education, photograph, 117, 119
    • Fisher, Trythenia Ellen,
      • intermediate & leaving examinations passed with credits, 56
    • Florey, Dr. Howard Walter, MBBS,
      • Rhodes Scholar 1921, 164
    • Foale, Harold,
      • Elder Conservatorium student studying at the Leipzig Conservatorium, 137
    • Foote, W. H., ARCM,
      • views on training musicians, 116
    • Forestry,
      • The Need for a Wider Vision by E. Anthoney MP, 57, 59, 135
      • the Stringy Bark, valuable tree of commerce, 16
      • a lesson in forestry from India, 21
      • Minister Butterfield on comments on government policy, 52
      • International Forestry Conference to be held in Rome, 56
    • Forestry, School of,
      • little inducement for forestry graduates, 46
      • forestry scholarships, 58
      • Professor Mawson on lost possibilities with federal forestry school, 24
      • Professor N. W. Jolly to be principal of the Australian Forestry School, 20
      • first session of Australian Forestry School in Adelaide, 80
      • Victoria unhappy with temporary Forestry School in Adelaide, 69, 83
      • success of Forestry School in Adelaide, 139, 163
      • students staying at Kuitpo Forest, 119
    • Formby, Dr. Myles Landseer,
      • Rhodes Scholar, 164
      • selected for combined Oxford & Cambridge lacrosse team, 47
    • Fox, Dr. R. O.,
      • appointed resident medical officer at Adelaide Hospital, 43
    • French, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
    • Fry, Dr. Henry Kenneth, BSc, MBBS,
      • 1909 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Fyfe, Dorothy Mary,
      • awarded John Bagot Scholarship and Medal, 12
  • G

    • Gaetjens, Gertrude Vera,
      • awarded Roby Fletcher Prize, 12
    • Garnett Dr. A. C., MA, Litt.D,
      • the philosophy of New Year resolutions, 40, 41
      • biography and photograph, 77
      • received degree of D. Litt, 35
      • neglected opportunities for access to higher education of the masses, 85
    • Gartrell, Dr. Eric Frank, MBBS,
      • married in England to Miss Ridpath, 89
      • arriving at Outer Harbour, 172
    • Gartrell, James,
      • health concerns, 21
      • obituary and photograph, 22
    • Geography, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 9
    • Geology, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 9
    • German, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8
    • Gibson, William,
      • bequeathed monies to fund a scholarship for medical women, 46, 48
    • Gill, Hilda, AMUA,
      • performance at weekly organ recital in Elder Hall, 154
    • Gillam, D., MA,
      • on committee of the Education Society, 154, 157
    • Girdlestone, Rev. Canon Henry, MA,
    • Glynn, Dr. R. McM.,
      • returns from post graduate studies in UK and Europe, 2
      • appointed ophthalmologist to the Adelaide Children's Hospital, 112
    • Glynn, The Hon. Patrick McMahon, LLB,
      • to retain "Honourable" title for life, 159
    • Goldsworthy, Geoffrey,
      • awarded an Elder scholarship, 82
    • Government relations,
      • unemployment in Great Britain, 12, 13
      • government custom of filling important positions from interstate, 125
      • progress of new buildings for Technical College, Teachers' Training College, Engineering and Physics School and Adelaide Hospital, 83, 84
      • appeals for Federal money for universities, 160
    • Graduates,
      • time spent by University graduates obtaining a degree to be counted as time spent in the public service, 129, 132
      • Agricultural Graduates Land Settlement Act 1925, 86
    • Graduates Association,
    • Graduation ceremonies,
      • annual commemoration, 22
      • special congregation for conferring of degrees, 111
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • lecture on ‘The Value of Wireless in the Laboratory’, 1
      • photograph, 55
      • on American invention of extinguishing fires, 55
      • appointed Honorary Government Astronomer, 88
      • lecture on ‘The New Physics and the New Astronomy’, 111, 177
      • on recent discoveries in solar and stellar radiation, 147, 148
      • tested the mica from recent deposits found in Northern Australia, 152
      • to address the Science Congress on ‘Atomic Transformation’, 168
    • Greek, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8
    • Greenham, A. H.,
      • appointed Accountant for the Agent - General, London, 120
    • Grigg, Bernard G., LLB
      • biography and photograph, 48
    • Grivell, Charlotte, C.,
      • studying at the Royal College of Music, London, 175
    • Groom, Sir Littleton,
      • resignation of Federal Attorney General, 36
    • Grounds,
      • University wanting to occupy the land recently vacated by the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society, 187
      • discussion on site for University, 150
      • work of groundsman J. Howlett, 37
  • H

    • Hackett, Sir Winthrop,
      • estate of Sir Winthrop Hackett bequest to University of Western Australia, 113
    • Hague, John Meyrick, LLB,
      • appointed Clerk of Arraigns in the Supreme Court Department, 177
    • Hall, Sir Daniel,
      • speaks on Agricultural Research and its relation to the Community, 142
    • Halley, Dr. Gertrude,
      • on committee of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
    • Hamp, Dr. Marian,
      • Resident Medical Officer, Adelaide Hospital, 52, 56
    • Hancock, G. A., MA, Dip. Ed.,
      • appointed resident teacher at Scots College, Warwick, Queensland, 35
    • Hancock, Professor William Keith,
      • appointed Professor of History, 45
      • to arrive in 1926, 15, 64, 69
      • biography, 60, 73, 74, 75
      • photograph, 73
      • new publication on Ricasoli and the Risorgimento, 121
      • peace address to the League of Nations Union, 110, 111
      • concern over lack of books for study, 94, 98
    • Hannan, A. J.,
      • appointed Acting Crown Solicitor, 89
    • Hardy, Mabel Phyllis, BA,
      • appointed principal of Arthurs Seat Girls School, 154
    • Harmer, Bishop John Reginald, MA,
      • brief biography, 183
    • Harris, Clare Sparkes,
      • admitted to the Bar, 101
      • photograph, 102
    • Harrower, Dr. Henry,
      • visiting lecturer from California, 34
    • Harry, Geoffrey Harry, LLB,
      • biography and photograph, 57
    • Harvey, Faith,
      • success in music and photograph, 49, 55
    • Haskard, G. H. B., BSc,
      • brief biography and photograph, 52
    • Hayward, Dr. William Thornborough, CMG, MRCS,
      • Council’s representative on the Medical Board of South Australia, 132, 133
    • Haywood, E. L.,
      • admitted to Bar and photograph, 34
    • Health & safety,
      • Dr Smalpage's tubercular serum issued to all states for controlled experiment, 119
      • study of the effects of working conditions in the timber industry on workers, 62
      • Federal and State governments to cooperate in public health concerns, 100
    • Heath, Sir Frank, KCB,
      • Secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, London, 24
      • photograph, 24
      • recommendations for reconstitution of the Commonwealth Institute of Science and Industry, 78, 90, 91
      • luncheon address, 28
      • address to Advisory Council, 33
    • Heaton, Dr. Herbert
      • obervations on differences between Canadian and Australian climates and communities, 109
    • Helen Spence Scholarship,
      • awarded to Daisy R. Curtis, 14
    • Hicks, Dr. Cedric Stanton,
      • appointed lecturer in Applied Physiology, 45
      • due to take up lectureship in medicine, 80, 85
      • biography, 49, 51, 97, 98
      • photographs, 49, 51, 97
      • gift to university of colony of cancer animals, 51
    • Higginbottom, R. A.,
      • awarded Creswell Scholarship, 82
    • History, Faculty of,
      • Professor William Keith Hancock new Chair of History, 60
      • Professor Hancock disappointed at the lack of books for history study, 94
    • History, Study of,
      • Melbourne University the first to introduce a course in Australian history, 85, 95
    • Holden, Edward Wheewall, BSc,
      • elected to City Council, 19
      • leaving for Britain by the Maloja, 60
      • biography, 66
      • returned from study of roads and car manufacturing in UK and USA, 164
      • photograh, 60, 66, 164
    • Hodby, Frederic Stephen,
      • awarded Andrew Scott Prize for Latin, 12
    • Hogan, Phillip Cornelius,
      • awarded the Davies Thomas Scholarships, 12
    • Hollidge, David Henry, MA,
      • reviews "The Catilinarian Conspiracy" at Classical Association, 140
      • speaker at the Education Society Conference, 154, 155, 157
    • Holmes, Edna Lucy, BA, LLB,
      • awarded Jefferis Memorial Medal, 12
    • Holtham, Richard, BA,
      • Honorary Secretary, Education Society, 154, 155
    • Hone, Dr. Frank R.,
      • appointed honorary assistant physician, Consumptive Home, Adelaide Hospital, 81
    • Hone, Dr. Frank Sandland,
      • Sectional President at the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 143
      • speaker at the Education Society Conference, 154, 155, 157
      • on "Notification and its relation to the Prevention of Disease", 168
    • Hossfeld, P. S.,
      • presents paper with Professor Douglas Mawson on aboriginal occupation in the Olary district, 88
    • Howard, Dr. Standord,
      • Rhodes Scholar, 164
      • married Miss Thelma Lee in London, 108
    • Howchin, Professor Walter, FGS,
      • editor of "Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia" new edition, 34
      • biography and photograph, 43
      • presents paper to The Royal Society, "The Geology of Victor Harbor, Inman Valley, and the Yankalilla District", 148
      • work commended in report of the British Science Guild, 178
      • paper on extinct emu of Kangaroo Island, 88
    • Hughes, E. S.,
      • brief biography, 68
  • I

    • Imperial Debating Team, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
    • Indigenous issues,
      • see also Aborigines
      • ‘The tragedy of an extinct race’ by Frederick Wood-Jones, 139, 140
    • Infectious Diseases Hospital,
      • doctors request urgent establishment, 146
    • Institute of Associated Teachers,
      • annual meeting, 74
    • Institute of Engineers,
    • Irwin, R.,
      • awarded prize for best attendance in first year of Law, 81
    • Isbister, W. J., KC,
      • elected member of University Council, 9
      • leaves for England, 102
      • brief biography, 176
    • Isles, Keith Sydney,
      • awarded Tinline Scholarship, 12
  • J

    • Jackson, Elizabeth,
      • Elizabeth Jackson memorial, 2
    • Jackson, Joan,
      • tied winner of Tennyson Medal for English, 49, 52
      • photograph, 52
    • Jauncey, Professor George Eric Macdonnell, DSc,
      • returning for jubilee celebrations, 132, 133
      • visit cancelled, 178, 179, 183
    • Jay, Dr. Hubert Melville, MBBS,
      • appointed honorary oral surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Jeanes, W. H.,
      • appointed secretary of the Cricket Association, 196
      • photograph, 196
    • Jefferis, Arthur Tarlton, BSc,
      • State agricultural chemist and Superintendent of Science Laboratories, Roseworthy Agricultural College, 196
    • Jefferis Memorial Medal,
      • awarded to Edna Lucy Holmes, BA, LLB, 12
    • Jessop, C. L., LLB,
      • elected to the Adelaide City Council, 19
    • John Creswell Scholarship,
      • applications to be received, 46
    • John Howard Clark Prize,
      • awarded to Dorothy Aileen Bleby, 12
    • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey, DSc,
      • to deliver lecture at Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science Conference, 143, 146, 168
    • Jolly, Professor Norman William,
      • Principal of the Commonwealth School of Forestry, 12
      • leaves Adelaide, 45
      • students from all states come to Australian Forestry School, 163
    • Jones, Dr. A. T. Britten,
      • appointed Surgical Registrar, Adelaide Hospital, 64
    • Jones, Dr. Edmund Britten, MBBS,
      • Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Jones, Elizabeth May,
      • awarded the Robert Whinham Prize, 12
    • Jones, Professor Frederic Wood,
      • returns from UK and USA, 108
      • presents paper to the Royal Society on ‘Flight of Sea Birds’, 148
      • delivered annual Lister Oration on "Disease and the individual", 131
      • to address the Science Congress on, "The claims of the Australian Aboriginal", 168
      • work commended in the annual report of the British Science Guild, 178
      • involved with the management of Flinders Chase fauna and flora, 185
    • Joyce, Eileen,
      • talented 17 year old pianist, 112, 114
    • Jubilee of University of Adelaide
    • Julius, G. A.,
      • appointed Chairman of the new Advisory Council of the Institute of Science and Industry, 77, 91
  • K

    • Kangaroo Island,
      • scientific discoveries made at Flinders Chase, 50
    • Kearnan, Joseph Reginald, LLB,
      • Biography and photograph, 60
    • Kelly, William Raymond, LLB,
      • Mayor of Yorketown, photograph, 151
    • Kennion, Bishop George Wyndham, MA,
      • recollections of a pioneering bishop, 176
      • mentioned in St Peter's Cathedral Jubilee records, 165, 166
      • photograph, 165
    • Kerr, Dr. Donald M. M., LLD,
      • biography and photograph, 46
    • Kerr Grant, Professor,
      • see Grant, Professor Kerr
    • Ketzel, Dr K.S.,
      • appointed temporary assistant physician at the Adelaide Hospital, 106
    • Kiek, Rev Principal Edward Sidney, MA,
      • opinions on Australian education,192
    • Kiek, Winifred, BA, BD,
      • accepted the charge of the Congregational Church at Colonel Light Gardens, 111
    • Koonamore Vegetation Reserve,
      • research of saltbush flora and rejuvenation of timber, 144
    • Korff, Adrian,
      • disappearance of student, 2
    • Kriewaldt, Martin Chemnitz, LLB,
      • biography and photograph, 58
  • L

    • Latham, J. G.,
      • new Federal Attorney General, photograph, 36
    • Lathlean, Cliff,
      • studying music in London under Mr Clay, 116
    • Latin, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8
    • Laver, Professor W. A.,
      • to conduct music examinations, 3
      • Ormond Professor of Music, Melbourne University resigns, 21
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7, 8, 9, 21
      • regulations changed, 6
      • exemption from rules for students Patricia Hackett and Claude J O Philcox, 25
      • appointment of E. W. Benham and R. N. Finlayson as lecturers, 34
      • students to hold debates similar to an appeal to the Privy Council, 111
      • graduates admitted to the Bar, 31, 32, 34, 100, 101, 102
      • photograph of graduates, 102
      • ‘Functions of a Law School’, address by Professor Lang-Campbell, 103
    • Law Society of South Australia,
      • appreciation of endowment of the School of Law by Sir Langdon Bonython, 100
    • Law Students Society,
      • annual meeting, 81
    • League of Nations,
      • Professor Darnley Naylor on USA entrance into the League of Nations, 60
      • Sir Henry Lunn gives lecture on League of Nations as a force for Peace, 137
    • League of Nations Union,
      • address by Dr A C Garnett, 152
      • Professor McKellar Stewart address on the ideals of the League, 122
    • Lectures,
      • see also evening lectures, public lectures, extension lectures
      • A Grenfell Price on "Geographical economics", 103
      • "Australia as a Field for Overseas Settlers" by Professor A. E. W. Richardson, 11
      • Professor Kerr Grant on solar and stellar radiation in the Earth’s atmosphere, 147, 148
      • Adelaide Diocesan Social Union arranging Sunday evening lectures, 196
    • Leitch, Dr. Oliver,
    • Lendon, Dr. A. A.,
      • re-appointed president of the Mental Board, 33
      • writes his ‘Impressions of Las Palmas’, 51
      • appointed member of the Medical Board of South Australia, 147
    • Lewcock, H. Kingsley, BSc,
      • studying fungal and bacterial destruction of prickly pear in America, 55, 56
      • observations regarding eradication of prickly pear, 116, 117
      • photograph, 116
    • Lewis, Dr. Aubrey J.,
      • visited Ooldea to collect data on the natives in that region, 133
      • appointed medical registrar, Adelaide Hospital, 64
    • Lewis, Dr. J. B.,
      • appointed honorary assistant opthalmologist, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Lewis, A. J., MBBS,
      • awarded Rockefeller Fellowship for study in psychological medicine, 50
    • Library,
      • profiles on some of the Public Library Board members, 153
      • Public Library monthly meeting minutes, 193
      • reorganisation of public library administration urged, 194
      • University students using the Royal Colonial Institutes library, 196
    • Lindon, Dr. Leonard Charles Edward, MBBS,
      • 1918 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Lister Oration,
      • delivered by Professor F Wood Jones on ‘Disease and Individuality’, 131, 132
    • Literary Societies Union,
      • annual debate "That banking and insurance in Australia should be controlled by the Commonwealth Government", 118
    • Lowrie Scholarship,
      • awarded to Maxwell Jacobs, 24
      • regulations changed, 6
  • M

    • MacFarland, Sir John,
      • Chancellor of Melbourne University returns from UK, 16
    • MacKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon, MA, MEc,
      • report on Premiers Conferences, 154
      • new thoughts for Empire Day, 123
      • future of the British Commonwealth, 149, 156, 162, 174
      • comment on 1926 British Budget, 104
      • foreign policy of the United States of America in regard to the League of Nations, 158
    • Mackay, Donald,
      • equipping expedition to northern Australia, 116
    • Mackennal, Sir Bertram, RA,
      • first Australian artist to receive a knighthood, 58
    • Mackenzie, Dr. E. V. Y.,
      • visiting neurologist from Glasgow University, 36, 37
    • McCarthy, Walter James, BA, BSc,
      • educating the young, 161
      • photograph, 161
    • McCoy, William Taylor,
      • to address conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
      • photograph, 17b
    • McDonnell, J. C., MA,
      • biography and photograph, 95
    • McKechnie, Alan,
      • to work at British General Electric Company UK, 61
    • Madigan, C. J., MA, DSc,
      • paper describing organic remains found at Mypolonga, 119
    • Madigan, Cecil Thomas, BS, MA,
      • lecture on his time in the Sudan, 79
      • 1911 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Madley, L. G.,
      • first principal of the Teacher's Training College, 144
      • photograph, 144
      • appointment in 1876, 65
    • Maegraith, Brian Gilmore,
      • awarded The Elder Prize, 12
    • Magarey, Dr. Rupert Eric, MBBS,
      • appointed Honorary assistant gynaecologist, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Maiden, J. H.,
      • tribute to botantist by Professor T. G. B. Osborn, 3
    • Mallon, Alice, AMUA,
      • chosen for Gilbert & Sullivan season in Melbourne, 50
      • photograph, 50
    • Mathematics, Faculty of,
      • Sir William Bragg recalling events as Professor of Mathematics and Physics, 157
      • 1925 examination results, 8, 13
    • Matriculation,
      • see Public Examinations Board
    • Mawson, Sir Douglas,
      • interview on the eating of horse flesh, 16
      • critical of proposal for federal forestry school at Canberra, 24
      • aspects of forestry in South Australia, 26, 27, 31
      • reaction to address, 31, 33
      • reafforestation, 36, 45, 46, 47, 56
      • Commander R E Byrd's pending air trip to the South Pole, 127
      • sectional President at the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Perth, 143
      • paper to Royal Society on "Varve Shales associated with Permo-Carboniferous Glacial Sediments of South Australia", 188
      • addressing The Science Congress on a brief survey of the present knowledge of igneous rocks of South Australia, 168
      • paper to Royal Society on "Additions to the South Australian Mineral Records", 119
      • endorses the hot springs at Parallana as a potential health resort, 107
      • paper on aboriginal occupation in the Olary district, 88
      • photograph of Parallana Hot Springs, 107a
    • Mayo, Dr. Helen, MBBS,
      • to speak at the conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
    • Medicine, Faculty of,
      • regulations changed, 6
      • examination results, 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 77
      • hospital appointments, 24, 33
      • appointment of lecturers, 34
      • list of legally qualified medical practitioners, 46
      • discussion at Anzac Doctors’ Dinner in London of post graduate placements for Australian medical graduates, 150
      • money received for the William Gibson research scholarship for medical women, 46
      • graduates registered as medical practitioners, 3
      • criticism of British medical ethical code, 35
      • Minister for Health announces an International Conference to be held on tropical diseases, 93, 95
    • Meegan, Kathleen,
      • second violin in the Conservatorium String Quartet, 96
    • Melbourne University,
      • new Ormond professor, Bernard Heinze, arrives, 22
      • bequest for scholarship in Economics, 62
      • first university of make a separate subject of the history of the Commonwealth, 78
      • probable increase in fees, 24
    • Melville, L. G., AIA (London),
      • biography and photograph, 46
      • speaks on revising the calendar, 64
      • prepared mortality tables, 46
    • Mental Hospital, Parkside,
      • re-appointment of official visitors, 33
    • Menz, Anna Magdalene Augusta, BA,
      • delegate at the International Woman Suffrage Alliance 10th congress, 189
      • representative at Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, 68
      • photograph, 68
    • Methodist Ladies College,
      • R H Cotton, ACUA appointed secretary, 68
    • Miethke, Adelaide Laetitia, BA,
      • biography of Inspector of Girls' Schools and photograph, 147
      • speaker at the conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
      • address to the Education Society on "Training for Girls for Citizenship", 190
    • Millhouse, E.,
      • brief biography of Crown Prosecutor and photograph, 77
      • asked to be Deputy Chairman of South Australian Football League, 81
    • Mitchell, Judge Samuel James,
    • Mitchell, Professor Sir William, KCMG, DSc, MA,
      • to leave Vancouver on his return to Adelaide by end of month, 150
      • appointed an examiner for the degree of doctor of letters, Melbourne University, 23, 24
      • to deliver lectures at the University of Aberdeen, 32
    • Modern History, Chair of,
      • Professor William Keith Hancock, 16, 17
    • Modern History, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
    • Modern Languages, Chair of,
      • Council votes for the establishment, 161
    • Monfries, John William Elliott,
      • awarded degree of Doctor of Dental Science, Toronto, 143
    • Morey, A. W.,
      • 1914 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Morris, Dr. B. H.,
      • appointed member of the Medical Board of South Australia, 147
    • Mortlock, J. T.,
      • Gift of £2000 to Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 46, 47
    • Mott, Dr. John R.,
      • Chairman of the World's Christian Student Federation visiting Adelaide, 85
      • photograph, 85, 87
      • on America’s Prohibition Law, 87
      • students and Christianity, 88
    • Murray, Chief Justice Sir George John Robert,
      • re-elected as Chancellor of the University, 67, 70
      • photograph, 31, 32, 44, 67, 70
      • returning from Britain, 2, 22, 31, 32, 44
      • brief biography, 70
    • Music, Faculty of,
      • regulations changed, 6
      • change in regulations governing music scholarships, 10
      • history of the School and Chair of Music, 108
    • Music, Study of,
      • Professor W.A. Laver reports standard of music students to be very high, 3
      • scholarships awarded, 16
      • awarding of music degrees, 21
      • delegates to conference of Australian Music Examinations Board arrive, 102, 103
      • arrival of Sydney Music Director, A. Orchard, 104
      • Australian Music Examination's Board results, 114, 115
    • Musical productions,
      • opera class production of The Magic Flute, 1, 2, 3, 4
      • opera class production of Dido and Aeneas, 1, 2, 3, 4
      • riotous behaviour at annual student concert, 79
      • Conservatorium String Quartet concert, 94
      • promising new artists performances at conservatorium, 122
      • Conservatorium String Quartet to perform in Melbourne, 163
      • Conservatorium String Quartet played at Government House, 116
      • free organ recitals, 118, 119
      • farewell concert for Mr Richard Watson, 118
      • Conservatorium students concert, 119, 164, 165
      • concert by The South Australian Orchestra, 140, 141
      • organ recital by Professor Davies, 161
      • South Australian Orchestra concert for school children, 166, 167, 168, 169
      • South Australian Orchestra performed modern works, 175, 176
  • N

    • Napier, Dr. Alexander Disney Leith, MD,
      • obituary and photograph, 150, 151
    • Naylor, Margaret Darnley,
      • Incident while travelling in Corsica, 60
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • recent illness, 2, 19
      • supports eating horseflesh, 16
      • photograph, 16, 62, 162, 171
      • lectures in country towns, 132
      • acting Director of tutorial classes for 1926, 45
      • The Locarno Spirit address to YMCA, 73, 75
      • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science Conference, 143, 146, 168
      • inter-University Conference, 129
      • presided over League of Nations meeting, 137
      • addressed ANA meeting on "The Delights of the Dictionary", 150, 151
      • speaker at the conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
      • granted leave of absence in 1927, 162
      • "Blondes and Brunettes in Antiquity", 168
      • "Euripides" for the Poetry Society, 112
      • 54th birthday, 62
      • address to Rotary Club on "Misuse of Words" and "Words and their Use", 80
      • "Why I Read Horace", 83, 84, 86
      • “The Horrors of War”, 136
      • response to letter regarding “Was Horace a Greek?”, 92
    • Newbigin, J. W. J.,
      • appointed to the executive of the Advisory Council of the Institute of Science and Industry, 91
    • Newland, Dr. H. Simpson,
      • retires as president of the Royal Society of St George, 81
    • Newland, Margaret,
      • tied winner of Tennyson Medal for English, 49, 52
      • photograph, 52
    • Newland, Rev. R. W.,
      • Congregational Church to be erected in his honour, 70
    • Newlyn, Aileen Mary Teresa,
      • second candidate for Elder Scholarship, 14
    • Newman, George Gough,
      • letter in response to ‘Was Horace a Greek?’, 86, 91, 92
      • discussion on the teaching of mathematics, 160
      • report on "An Isolated Iconoclastic Innovator" read to the Johnian Club, 157
    • Newman, L. A., BSc,
      • passed forestry degree, 50
      • photograph, 50
    • Northey, Rev. J. D.,
      • to erect a new church in Rev R W Newland’s honour, 70
      • photograph, 70
  • O

    • O’Grady, Dr. J. J.,
      • appointed honorary assistant opthalmologist, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • O'Halloran, T. S., KC,
      • elected president of the Law Society of South Australia, 67
      • photograph, 67
    • Oldham, Wilfred, MA,
      • address on "The Fourth of July" at Rotary Club, 173
    • Onesue, Mrs. Reginald,
      • pupils to give a recital, 106
    • Orchard, W. Arundel, Mus. Bac.,
      • discusses the New South Wales orchestra, 105, 106
    • Osborn, Mrs. T. G., MSc,
      • to speak at the Education Society conference, 154, 155, 157
    • Osborn, Professor Theodore George Bentley,
      • lecture on "Plant Life in Arid Australia", 98, 99
      • attended Vinegrowers dinner, 139
      • working on vegetation research at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 144
      • granted leave of absence to attend the Third Pan-Pacific Conference, 160
      • appointed to the Fauna and Flora Board of South Australia, 190
      • evidence on plant life in arid country to the Pastoral Commission, 192, 193
      • University representative on the Flora and Fauna Board, 161
      • Australian delegate for the Pac-Pacific Science Congress, Tokyo, 162
  • P

    • Palmer, Mrs Smedley (Miss Ethel Ridings, AMUA),
      • locum tenens for Mr Frederick Bevan's vocal section, 59
    • Parallana,
      • hot springs become a health resort, 107
      • photograph, 107a
    • Parkin, Sir George,
      • proposed memorial as part of the new Rhodes House, 56
    • Parsons, Harold Stephen, Mus. Bac.,
      • to perform in Melbourne as part of the Conservatorium Quartet, 168
      • took the cello part at the Organ Recital by Professor Harold Davies, 149
      • performance at weekly organ recital, 154
      • performed with the Elder Conservatorium String Quartet, 158, 159
      • cello in the Conservatorium String Quartet, 96
    • Parsons, Mr. Justice Angas,
    • Paton, Dr. Adolph Ernest, BE,
      • member of the Library Board, 153
    • Peirce, Alan Wilfred, BSc,
      • assistant chemist, Roseworthy Agricultural College, 47, 196
    • Pellew, Dr. H. E.,
      • resigned from Board of Optical Registration and medical inspector of schools, 47
    • Pellew, Dr. Leonard James, MBBS,
      • impressions of America and Europe following a recent tour, 140, 142
    • Pharmacy, Faculty of,
      • 1925 examination results, 10
      • E. F. Gryst’s positions within the Pharmaceutical Society, 46
      • criticism of pharmacy students working/study conditions, 172
      • valuable set of pharmaceutical specimens donated, 191
    • Philcox, C. J.,
      • leaving after 12 years as prosecuting officer, 96
    • Philosophy, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
    • Phipps, Ivan F.,
      • studying methods of plant breeding, 143
      • awarded the Rockefeller Scholarship for agricultural research, 143
    • Physics, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 7
    • Physiology, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 8
    • Pick, Sidney,
      • awarded A. H. Peake Bursary, 40
      • biography and photograph, 47
    • Pickering, A. L., LLB,
      • biography and photograph, 49
    • Piper, A. W.,
      • President of the Law Society, photograph, 68
    • Piper, F. E., BA,
      • Chief Counsellor of the Girl Citizen Movement, photograph, 120
    • Piper, A. W., LLB, KC,
      • biography and photograph, 177
    • Piper, Clarence Sherwood, BSc,
      • agricultural chemist nominated to The Royal Society of South Australia, 188
    • Piper, Gordon Rudolph, BSc,
      • biography and photograph, 59
    • Pitt, George Henry, BA,
      • Archivist, 166
    • Plotz, Dr. Oscar Arnold,
      • death notice, 179
    • Poetry Society,
      • lecture on "The Tragic Dilemma", 145
    • Poole, Canon Thomas Slaney, MA,
      • biography and photograph, 176, 179
    • Poole, Justice Thomas Slaney, MA,
      • biography and photograph, 163
    • Poole, Rev. Frederick Slaney, MA,
      • ‘Impressions of Adelaide, Sixty years ago’, 161
    • Prescott, Professor James Arthur,
      • delegate to Australian Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, 88
      • biography and photograph, 37
      • lecture on "The Soil, from the Physical, Chemical and Biological Points of View", 111
    • Price, Archibald Grenfell, MA, Dip Ed, FRGS,
      • biography and photograph, 47, 93
    • Prizes and awards,
      • see also scholarships
      • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize won by Joyce Elizabeth Watson, 12
      • Andrew Scott Prize for Latin won by Frederic Stephen Hodby, 12, 16
      • Barr Smith Prize for Greek won by Harrold Burls Wilson, 12, 16
      • John Howard Clark Prize won by Dorothy Aileen Bleby, 12, 16
      • Brian Gilmore Maegraith awarded the Elder Prize, 12, 16
      • Elder Scholarship awarded to Richard Charles Watson, 14
      • Stow Prize awarded to Kenneth Churchill Duffield, 12, 16
      • Roby Fletcher Prize to Gertrude Vera Gaetjens, 12, 16
      • Tormore Prize to Barbara Kate Shorney, 12, 16
      • Robert Whinham Prize to Elizabeth May Jones, 12, 16
      • Jeffries Memorial Medal to Edna Lucy Holmes, 12, 16
      • James Gartrell Prize, 22
      • new badge for Knights Bachelors, 141
    • Proud, Dorothea,
      • first appointment of Helen Spence Scholarship, 14
    • Psychology, Study of
      • 1925 examination results, 7
      • South African industrial psychology bureau to test individuals for their fitness for industrial occupations, 111
      • Dr Davey recommends a special school for the mentally retarded child, 106
    • Public Examination Board,
      • Leaving Honours Examination results, 23, 38, 39, 41, 42
      • special February Leaving examination results, 65
      • Intermediate (including Commercial) results, 53, 54
      • discussion of errors submitted exam papers, 70
      • evaluation of the Public Examinations Board Manual, 72
      • Leaving Examination 1925, 38, 39
      • results, 38, 39
    • Public Library Board,
      • report of meeting, 193, 193a
      • Sydney Talbot Smith appointed Chairman of Board, 120
    • Puddy, Maude Mary, Mus. Bac.,
      • pianist in Elder Conservatorium string quartet recital, 116, 151, 153, 158, 159
      • Elder Conservatorium students concert, 164
      • to perform in Melbourne as soloist, 168
    • Pulleine, Dr. R. H.,
      • leaving for Tasmania for scientific research, 24
      • cultivating plants that have a detrimental effect on living insects, 138
      • article on the Pusonia Brunoniana or bird-catching tree, 152
      • appointed to the Fauna and Flora Board of South Australia, 190
  • R

    • Randell, Dr. A. S.,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Ray, Dr. William, BSc, MBBS,
      • 1907 Rhodes Scholar, 164
      • Acting Dean in absence of Dr Swift, 104
    • Rayner, Dr. H. L.,
      • 1916 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Read, A. R.,
      • awarded Creswell Scholarship, 82
    • Rees, Dr. H. M.,
      • appointed Honorary Medical Officer at Port Pirie Hospital, 100
    • Reid, F. W.,
      • Principal of the School of Mines, photograph, 61
    • Reimann, Arnold, BSc,
      • passed "cum lauda" for Doctor of Philosophy degree at Berlin, 66
      • photograph, 69
    • Reimann, Immanuel Gotthold,
      • reminiscences of music, 143
      • thanked by Leipzig Conservatoire, 137
    • Rennie, Professor Edward Henry, MA(Syd), DSc, FIC,
      • to attend science congress in Perth, 32
      • acting Vice-Chancellor, 45
      • President of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, 58, 143, 161
      • represents University of Adelaide at conference, 126, 129
      • elected president of the Australian Chemical Institute, 64, 69
      • photograph, 69, 76, 195
      • paper on the commercial exploitation of Australian plants, 168, 195
      • biography, 76, 178
      • honoured at SA branch dinner, 76
    • Research,
      • aboriginal religious beliefs, 11
      • Francis Edgar Williams publishes ‘The Natives of the Purari Delta’, 16
      • white mice and guinea pigs help Adelaide scientists fight disease, 48
      • Commonwealth Department of Science & Industry seeking University's cooperation in research and general scientific work, 112, 136
      • anthropological data collected at Ooldea, 133
      • University to nominate four research workers for training abroad, 133, 134
      • white mice bred for the University, 138
      • relationship of agricultural research to the Community, 142
      • methods of plant breeding, 143
      • cancer research, 67
      • research into increasing wool yield, 131
      • Council for Research in Science and Industry, 139, 140, 158
      • research at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 144
      • second reading of the Science and Industry Research Bill, 129
      • scientific expedition to northern Australia, 116
      • exchange of research workers proposed, 141
      • Research Fellowships for women, 57, 60
      • Commonwealth Institute of Science and Industry, 170, 174, 175
    • Reynell, Dr. W. R.,
      • 1906 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Reynolds, John Heywood,
      • awarded proxime accessit the Tinline Scholarship, 12, 16
    • Rhodes Scholarship,
      • no award for 1926, 12, 15, 18
      • list of SA winners, 15, 164
      • no announcement to be made until examination results available, 2, 3, 4
      • progress of SA Rhodes Scholars, 9
      • why students do not apply, 14
      • conditions announced, 153
      • plans to build Rhodes House, 36, 37, 49
      • report of Trust 1924 - 1925, 37
      • annual dinner of Rhodes Scholars in London, 154
      • Rhodes lectureship announced, 154
    • Richards, Dr. F. W., KC,
      • appointed as Acting Judge of the Supreme Court, 83, 89
      • photograph, 83
    • Richardson, Professor Arnold Edwin Victor, DSc(Melb), MA,
      • granted honorary commission, 2
      • to enquire into agricultural research overseas, 2
      • entertains Dame Clara Butt & Mr. Kennerley Rumford, 3
      • leaves on journey for research work, 20, 36, 39
      • requests 12 months leave of absence, 21
      • lectures on Australia's need for population, 11
      • on improving cultivation for wheat in dry years, 12
      • photograph, 20, 25, 39
      • Victoria regrets their loss of scientist, 46
      • to be presented at the King's levee, 134
      • the future of the sheep industry and crossing methods, 97
      • agriculture in South Africa, 69, 73, 75
      • lantern lecture on "Australia as a Field for Overseas Settlers", 6
    • Rischbieth, Dr. Harold,
      • resigned honorary appointments at Children's Hospital and Adelaide Hospital, 2
    • Rivett, Professor A. C. D.,
      • appointed to the executive of the new Advisory Council of the Institute of Science and Industry, 91
    • Robert Whinham Prize,
      • awarded to Elizabeth May Jones, 12
    • Roberts, William,
      • assaulted and robbed, 56
    • Robertson, Iris E.,
      • brief biography and photograph, 35
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • lecture at Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 146
      • opinion on eating horse flesh, 15, 17
      • brief biography and photograph, 66
      • lecture at the Science Congress on "The Duration of Life", 168
      • on the success of insulin treatment in diabetics, 153
      • appointed honorary bio-chemist. Adelaide Hospital, 153
      • nominee for the Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 154, 155
      • conducting tests in connection with cancer using mice, 69, 191
    • Robin, Rowland Cuthbert, BE,
      • return of Angas Engineer, 132, 133, 135
      • to become SA Engineer-in-Chief, 57
      • photograph, 57
    • Robinson, Roy Lister, BSc,
      • 1905 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Roby Fletcher Prize,
      • awarded to Gertrude Vera Gaetjens, 12
    • Rockefeller Foundation,
      • plans for scholarships to be available to Australians for economic research, 46
    • Rogers, Dr. R. S.,
      • appointed member of the Medical Board of South Australia, 147
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • farmer’s winter school to be held, 191
      • Principal Walter John Colebatch transferred to Rural Settlement Commission, 196
      • criticism of Ministerial control, 143, 145
      • Agricultural Graduates Land Settlement Act [1925], 86
      • Western Australian parent's disapproval, 136, 137
    • Rowing,
      • Inter-'Varsity Boat Race in Tasmania, 106
      • University crew training at Mannum, 121
    • Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia,
      • University of Adelaide wanting to occupy the land vacated by RAHS, 187
    • Royal Geographical Medal,
      • conferred on Professor Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David, 85
    • Royal Society of South Australia,
      • meeting paper on Aborigines, 188
      • Professor F Wood Jones gives paper "The Flight of Sea Birds", 148
      • Professor W Howchin delivers paper on "The Geology of Victor Harbor, Inman Valley and Yankalilla District", 148
    • Rudall, Reginald John, LLB,
      • 1908 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Russell, Dr. H. H. E.,
      • appointed member of the Medical Board, 147
    • Russell, H. L.,
      • Dean of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 100, 105, 112
      • photograph, 105, 110
  • S

    • Sandery, C. A.,
      • first Public Solicitor for free legal assistance to persons of limited means, 83, 89
      • photograph, 89
    • Sandford, J. Wallace,
      • brief biography, 66
    • Sangster, Dr. W. C.,
      • appointed honorary assistant oral surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Saunders, Pepita Cerda,
      • to be formally admitted to the Bar, 17
      • seventh woman admitted to the bar in South Australia, 31
    • Schilsky, Charles,
      • talks of Australians as artists, 62
      • photograph, 62
      • re-appointed as violin teacher, 104
      • first violin in the Conservatorium String Quartet, 96
    • Schneider, Dr. M., MBBS,
      • appointed Honorary Anaesthetist, 136
      • appointed Officer of Health to the Local Board of Health for Colonel Light Gardens, 96
    • Scholarships,
      • see also prizes and awards
      • Senate reviewed rules of scholarships, 3
      • Catherine Helen Spence scholarship, 13, 14, 18, 19
      • David Murray Scholarship for Roman Law, 12
      • Davies Thomas Scholarship, 12, 15
      • scholarships awarded in music, 16
      • Tinline Scholarship, 15, 12, 16
      • John Bagot Scholarship and Medal, 15
      • Lowrie Scholarship, 22, 24
      • James Gartrell Prize, 22
      • Scholarship for Theory of Music, 12
      • Elder Conservatorium Scholarship, 13
      • scholarships for women, 57, 60
      • Smith-Wylie Forestry Scholarship, 58
      • research scholarships in economics interchange between Australia & USA, 33
      • proposals for Rockefeller research scholarships in economics, 45
      • travelling scholarship to be awarded to a teacher of special ability, 196
    • School of Mines,
      • graduates and their positions, 61
    • Schulz, Dr. Adolf John
      • laying of foundation stone of teachers college, 11
      • Principal of Teacher's Training College, 144
      • photograph, 17b, 24, 144
      • on committee of the Education Society, 154
      • brief biography, 24
      • return from official visit to Sydney, 112
      • commentary on an article published by Schulz in "The Education Gazette", 165
    • Science, Faculty of,
      • regulations changed, 6
      • regulations changed for surveyors, 4
      • examination results, 7, 13, 15, 18, 19
      • Mr Perkins and Professor Grant appointed examiners of doctoral theses, 32
      • meeting to address cheaper power, 91
      • mice are being bred by Mr J D Wilson for laboratory experiments, 146
    • Sculpture,
      • bust of Sir Langdon Bonython presented to the University, 105, 106
      • photograph, 108
    • Secondary education,
      • 1925 Leaving Honours examination results, 26
      • teaching Esperanto in schools, 194
      • deputation regarding inclusion of League of Nations history in school curriculum, 195
      • Headmaster Moyle's annual report at Technical High School Speech Day, 20
    • Senate, University of Adelaide,
      • New statutes proposed, 8
    • Shakespeare Society,
      • recital, 1
    • Sharman, Miss F., MA,
      • visiting other states and Canada and England to study education methods, 111
    • Shearer, Miss Ariel,
      • studying pianoforte in UK, 175
    • Sheridan Research Committee,
      • Dr William Ray to represent the faculty, 104
    • Shorney, Barbara Kate,
      • awarded Tormore Prize, 12
    • Shorney, Dr. Herbert Frank, FRCS,
      • appointed lecturer in opthalmology for 4 years, 24
    • Short, Bishop Augustus, MA,
      • pioneering Bishop, 176
      • photograph, 165
    • Smeaton, Dr. Bronte,
      • appointed member of the Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 100
    • Smith, Dr. William Ramsay, DSc, MD,
      • City Coroner, brief biography, 92
      • elected president of the Lethian Club, 72
    • Smith, Sydney Talbot, MA, LLB,
      • appointed as President of the Public Library Board, 120
      • photograph, 120
    • Smith, Grafton Elliott, MD,
      • delivered Cavendish lecture on "Vision and Evolution", 193
    • Smith-Wylie Forestry Scholarship,
      • four scholarships for the promotion of forestry, 58
    • Societies & associations,
      • recital by The University Shakespeare Society, 1
    • South Australian Orchestra,
      • inaugurates season with a special concert, 92, 99, 100
    • South Australian Protestant Federation,
      • meeting held, 118
    • Southwood, Dr. A. R.,
      • awarded degree of Master of Surgery, 15, 20, 22
    • Speeding, Dr. K. R.,
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 24
    • Sport,
      • Inter-University sports won by Melbourne, 136
      • probable exclusion of some commerce students from representing university, 135
      • Australian University Sports Council approves inter-university sporting fixtures, 192
      • W H Jeanes appointed secretary of the Cricket Association, 196
    • Sprod, Dr. Lica (nee Delprat),
      • biography and photograph, 193
    • St. Mark's College,
      • success of students, 15, 16
      • Justice Poole speaks at opening, 96
      • requires an extension, 94
      • fete to raise funds, 81
    • St. Peters Cathedral,
      • fifty years jubilee, 165
    • Stanley, Laurence John, LLB,
      • brief biography, 58
    • Stapledon, Professor R. J.,
      • visiting agricultural researcher from Wales, 93
    • State Dental Society,
      • annual dinner, 6, 8
    • Statistics,
      • Professor A. E. W. Richardson on Australian population and industries, 11
    • Sterry, Agnes,
      • retirement, 80
    • Stevens, E. L.,
      • appointed to the Crown Law Department, 83, 85, 89
      • photograph, 85
    • Stevens, Reverend Aubrey Clement, MA,
      • on education and training including the Montessori Plan, 194
    • Steward, Rev. Frederick John Harold, BA,
    • Stewart, Professor J. McKeller, MA, DPhil,
      • brief biography, 107
      • address to League of Nations luncheon, 117
      • to address conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
    • Stirling, Sir Edward,
      • contributor to scientific literature, 153
    • Stirling, Sir Lancelot, KCMG,
      • elected President of the Royal Agricultural Society, 59
      • holds the Australian record for President of a House of Parliament, 70
      • photograph, 70
    • Stow Prize,
      • awarded to Kenneth Churchill Duffield, 12, 15
    • Stribley, E. J., MA,
      • short biography and photograph, 52
    • Strong, Professor Sir Archibald Thomas, MA, D. Litt,
      • to resume as Professor of English Literature after leave, 18
      • photograph, 18
      • on his European travels, 64, 66, 69, 137
      • brief biography and photograph, 35
      • lecture on “Great English Satirists”, 117, 118, 145, 146, 152, 158
      • speaker at the conference of the Education Society, 154, 155, 157
      • encourages donations to the Allan Wilkie Shakespeare Company, 160, 161
      • editorial on "Good Citizenship", 191
      • on the Australian accent, 74
      • lecture on Drama Abroad, 99
      • returning from British Isles, 62
    • Stuckey, Dr. Edward Joseph, BSc,
      • foreigners in China, 67
      • brief biography and photograph, 50
    • Student activities & protests,
      • student operas, 1, 2, 3, 4
      • concert postponed, 24
      • damage to Norwood Town Hall after concert, 99, 100, 119
      • British university debaters to visit Australian universities, 13, 92, 93, 106, 111, 117, 119, 124
      • American training for debating, 112
      • University Students Law society debates, 111
      • Inter Australian University debates to be held in Melbourne, 196
      • student opera "Dido and Aeneas", 4
      • Professor J. B. Finley attacks American university students as lazy, 11
      • holiday employment for students, 36
      • free passages for students going overseas to further their studies, 104
      • meeting of The Economic Society of Australia & New Zealand, open to students, 132
    • Student services,
      • social facilities at the university, 120
      • new rates of student rail fares, 195
      • plans for a student common room, 82
    • Student Union,
      • union room wanted, 94, 95, 96
    • Sumner, D. J. R.,
      • Rhodes Scholar, 9, 164
    • Surgery, College of,
      • proposal for Medical Congress, 82
    • Surveying, Study of
      • amendment to regulations to add surveying to BSc, 4
    • Swann, Dr. E. J.,
      • appointed Officer of Health, Local Board of Health at Jamestown, 56
      • appointed Officer of Health, Local Board of Health at Belalie, 70
    • Swift, Dr. Harry,
      • unnecessary operations at Children's Hospital, 2, 3
    • Swift, Dr. Brian H.,
      • passed the examination for the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 61
    • Symon, Sir Josiah, KCMG,
      • the oldest Knight in South Australia, 70
      • brief biography, 73
  • T

    • Tate, Sir Ralph,
      • contribution to natural science, 153
    • Taunton, Dr. H. C. D.,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Taylor, Helene,
      • studying overseas, 116
    • Teacher Training,
      • instruction in agriculture courses held for teachers, 121
    • Teachers' College,
      • invitations to laying of foundation stone, 11
      • opening of Kintore Avenue Teachers College, 17
      • illustration of Kintore Avenue Teachers College, 17a
      • laying of foundation stone (photograph), 17b
      • jubilee of teacher’s training college, 144, 147
      • extract from 1926 annual report, 106
    • Technical High School,
      • Headmaster S. Moyle's annual report, 20
    • Tennyson Medal,
      • Joan Jackson & Margaret Newland tie for Tennyson medal, 49, 52
    • Terrill, Dr. F. E.,
      • appointed Honorary Anaesthetist at the Adelaide Hospital, 136
    • Thomas, Dr. Arthur Nutter, MA,
      • biography, 183
    • Thompson, Harry, LLB,
      • 1910 Rhodes Scholar, 164
    • Thrush, Rev. H. C., BA,
      • biography and photograph, 41
    • Thyer, Dr. Frederick Lewis, MBBS,
      • 1924 Rhodes Scholar, 9, 164
    • Tidemann, Frederick William, BE,
      • biography and photograph, 56
    • Tostevin, Dr. A. L.,
      • retirement from position of honorary surgeon, 112
    • Travers, J. L.,
      • Solicitor changing firms, 31
    • Tuck, Rev. Bernard Edward Charles, BA,
      • biography and photograph, 76
    • Tucker, H. Norman,
      • admitted to bar, 33
    • Tuckfield, Dr. W. J.,
      • arrival of editor of “The Australian Journal of Dentistry”, 6
    • Turner, Dr. C. T.,
      • honorary assistant surgeon, 43
  • U

    • Unaipon, David,
      • on his people, 37
    • Universities, other,
      • comparison of University of Adelaide with Oxford, 71, 72
      • proposed university for Canberra, 85, 98, 103, 190
      • university delegation to attend Imperial Conference in Canada, 31, 34
      • reciprosity proposals with Britain debated, 136
      • Oxford Rhodes lectureship to attract distinguished scholars from overseas, 153
      • University of Sydney to raise money for cancer research, 151, 190
      • University Congress discusses relevance of residential universities, 190, 191
      • Melbourne University finances in precarious position, 194
      • proposed "University at Sea" by Dr Frank Crane, 194
      • NSW extension lectures not well attended in towns, 37
      • Yale University increase in tuition fees, 93
      • Chair of Anthropology at Sydney University, 13, 15
      • Western Australian University, 115
      • Jubilee celebrations of University of Adelaide, 183a
  • V

    • Verco, Dr. William Alfred, MBBS,
      • appointed Honorary Gynaecologist, Adelaide Hospital, 153
    • Verco, Sir Joseph,
      • recollections of early Adelaide and Royal Society of SA, 5
      • photograph, 5
      • fifty years since degree awarded in London, 43
      • at national conference to discuss uniformity in dental courses, 133, 135
      • donates collections to the museum, 61
    • Visitors,
      • Sir Frank Heath on relationship between science & industry, 24
      • Professor E C Jeffrey of Harvard to consult with Professor T. G. Osborn & Sir Douglas Mawson, 2
      • Professor Edwin R Embree and Dr Clark Wissler here to study aborigines, 4, 5, 11, 12
  • W

    • Wadham, Professor S H,
      • Professor of Agricultural Science, University of Melbourne, 32
    • Wainwright, J. W., BA, AICA,
      • to represent the Government on Public Service, Classification & Efficiency Board, 56
    • Waite Agricultural Institute for Research,
      • lack of apparatus for research into tomato "wilt", 43
      • possible results on increased wool yield, 131
      • agricultural experiments, 22
      • gift of £2000 from J T Mortlock, 46, 47
    • Waite, Edgar R.,
      • Director of the Museum to study museums in Europe and America, 95
    • Waite, Peter
      • donor of land at Urrbrae for agricultural high school, 96
    • Walker, Dr. W. D.,
      • appointed resident medical officer, 43
    • Walters, J. Ward,
      • appointed technical assistant in the physiological research department, 104
    • Ward, Leonard Keith, BA, BE,
      • brief biography, 194
    • Watson, Joyce Elizabeth,
      • awarded Alexander Clark Memorial Prize, 12
    • Watson, Phebe,
      • appointed Women's Warden at Adelaide Teachers' College, 38, 40
      • photograph, 40
    • Watson, Richard Charles,
      • Elder Scholarship winner, 13, 14, 15
      • photograph, 13, 15, 76, 95
      • to sing in “The Messiah”, 76
      • benefit concert, 104, 118, 119, 124
      • appeal by Dr Davies on Watson’s behalf, 80, 81, 120, 122
    • Watson, Professor Archibald,
      • condition not serious, 60
    • Webb, Noel A.,
      • Deputy President of the Federal Arbitration Court with origins in Adelaide, 101
    • West, Rev. Arthur George Bainbridge, MA,
      • former Rector of St Dunstan's London, 193
      • photograph, 193
    • West, Mignon,
      • oboe player in SA Orchestra, 138
    • Western Australian University,
      • graduation ceremony, 115
      • Sir Winthrop Hackett bequest, 115
    • White Australia Policy,
      • Australia's need for population, 11
    • Whitham, Annie Beatrice, BSc, BA,
      • delegate at the Paris International Woman Suffrage Alliance, 68, 189
    • Whitington, Archdeacon Frederick T., LLB,
      • visiting Adelaide, 172
      • biography, 176
      • author of "The Life of Bishop Short", 191
    • Whitington, Sylvia, AMUA,
      • performs at weekly recital in Elder Hall, 154
      • plays viola, 96
    • Whittell, Dr. Horatio Thomas, MD,
      • deceased member of the Library Board, 153
    • Wibberley, Rev. Brian,
      • biography and photograph, 62, 66
    • Wicks, Dr. F. R.,
      • appointed honorary surgeon Murray Bridge Hospital, 112
    • Williams, Francis Edgar,
      • published "The Natives of the Purari Delta", 16
      • 1915 Rhodes scholar, 164
    • Williams, Hartley,
      • awarded Eugene Alderman Scholarship, 12
      • promising violinist, 40
    • Williams, Dr. H. Gill,
      • appointed honorary dental surgeon, 153
    • Wilson, Dr. T. G.,
    • Wilson, Harrold Burls,
      • awarded Barr Smith Prize for Greek, 12
    • Wilton, Professor John Raymond,
      • life in Russia, 2
    • Wissler, Dr. Clark,
      • visiting American anthropologist, 4, 5, 6, 11
    • Women's Hospital,
      • tenders to be called; for the building of a women's hospital, 83
    • Women Students,
      • research fellowships for women, 60
      • International Federation of University Women, 79
      • graduates to be encouraged to look at opportunities offered by business, 151
    • Wood-Jones, Professor Frederick,
      • research grant, 135
      • fossil finds in caves at Kangaroo Island, 137
      • to be a sectional president at the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Perth, 143
      • appointment as honorary commissioner to enquire into fauna reserves, 3
      • biography, 45
      • article on “Lessons Learned Abroad, the spread of the Eucalyptus”, 114
      • Lister Oration on “Disease and Individuality”, 131
      • paper on "The Flight of Sea Birds", 148
    • Workers Education Association,
      • lecture on ‘The Human Factor in Economics’, by Rev. A. C. Stevens, 74
      • lecture on Australian Literature by A. E. M. Kirkwood, 75, 77, 78
      • summer school at Mount Lofty, 34, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44
      • lecture on Australian Aboriginal by Dr. Ramsay Smith, 42
      • popularity of courses increasing, 99
      • lecture on the Sudan by C. T. Madigan, 79
      • ninth annual conference, 81, 86
      • aims of association and program for the year, 58, 69, 70
      • annual report, 92
    • Wright, Rev. G. H., MA,
      • photograph, 119
    • Wylde Harold,
      • surprise party before his departure for UK, 25
  • Y

    • Yale University,
      • increase in tuition fees, 93
    • Young, William John, MA,
      • elected Chairman, Finance Committee, 162
  • Z

    • Zoology, Study of,
      • 1925 examination results, 8
      • Rat Kangaroos bred at University sent to enclosure at Flinders Chase, 6