Index to Volume 17 (1927-1928) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Accommodation,
      • St Andrew's College, 140
      • “Strathspey” donated by as second men’s college, 112a, 112b. 112c, 113, 114, 166
      • Rev Brian Wibberley raises possibility of a Methodist university college, 7
    • Adams, Archdeacon, MA, 107
    • Adams, Reginald Keith Sorby, 107, 119
    • Adamson, Marjorie Dorothea, 79, 142, 152, 154
    • Addison, Stanley Simpson, 127
    • Adelaide Bach Society, 81
    • Adelaide Electric Supply Company, 78
    • Adelaide Glee Club, 84
    • Adelaide Harmonic Society, 82
    • Adelaide Teachers' College,
      • report of the students' council for the previous year, 5
      • new building opened by Premier with a brief history of the College, 20
    • Agricultural Education Act, 192, 193
    • Agriculture, Chair of, 87
    • Alderman, Henry Graham, 31, 32, 35
    • Allen, Dr Eleanor Alice, 108
    • Allen, Leonard Nicholls, BA, 174
    • Allen, Lois Waveney, BA, 108
    • Allen, Mrs Charles, 29
    • Allison, Ida, 154
    • Anatomy, Elder Professor of,
      • Dr Herbert Henry Woollard appointed, 19
    • Anderson, Adrian Akhurst, 57
    • Andersen, Clifford Werlin,
      • proposed toast at dinner of Commerce Students' Association, 69
      • spoke at the welcome to freshers, 15
      • mace bearer for the graduation ceremony, 166
    • Angas Scholarship,
      • Herbert William Gartrell, 1904, 57
      • Edward Vincent Clark, 1898, 57
    • Angas, Charles H, 28, 54
    • Animal Products Research Foundation, 90, 90a4, 91
    • Anthoney, E,
      • at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • appointed to the University Council, 52
      • supported the Agricultural Education Bill, 168
    • Anthropology, Study of, 149
    • Art works,
      • portraits of Sir John Langdon Bonython, Mrs Jessie Frances Raven and Mr Peter Waite received, 79
    • Associated Teachers' Association, 56
      • see also Music Teachers Association
    • Athletics, 52
    • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • report of arrangements for 19th meeting, 14
      • criticism of Dr Frank Hone’s paper on notification of diseases, 63
    • Australian Dental Congress, 116
    • Australian Forestry School,
    • see also Forestry, School of
      • description of new building, 50, 51b
      • opened by the Governor-General, 141, 142
      • details relating to the 1928 Conference approved, 148, 152
    • Australian Music Examinations Board,
      • music scholarships, exhibitions to be awarded, 22
      • met to discuss examinations and syllabus, 45, 46, 55, 59, 63
      • examination results, 45, 46, 55, 59, 63, 125, 126, 129, 130, 131
      • lectures for music teachers at Conservatorium, 46, 49a
      • I G Reimann on registration of music teachers and their rising status, 82
      • increased number of entries for exams, 123
      • musical perception,aural culture included in the syllabus successfully, 127
      • report from Dr Edward Harold Davies and Prof Bernard Heinze on examining in Perth, 136
    • Australian National Research Council, 103, 104
    • Australian Pastoral Research Trust, 93
    • Ayers, Ivy Victoria,
      • to teach a course of music appreciation for teachers, 7
      • gives course of lectures for music teachers, 13, 14
      • played at concerts at Elder Conservatorium, 60a, 69, 71, 72, 109, 111
      • accompanied three songs she composed, 107
  • B

    • Back, Dorothy, 157
    • Badman, A Oliver, 86
    • Bagot, Walter, 166
    • Bailey, Frederick Manson, 157, 163
    • Bailey, J F, 165
    • Bald, Robert Cecil,
      • asks “Has Democrcary failed?” and H L Mencken's book, 65
      • on the effect and value of architecture, 135
      • comments on his candidacy for the Professor of English in Melbourne, 149
    • Bampton, Albert William, 39
    • Bankers' Club of South Australia, 79
    • Barbour, Dorothy Jean, 111, 131
    • Barbour, R R P, MA (Oxon)
      • appointed master of the new St Andrew's Residential College, 173, 192
    • Barker, John, 105, 106
    • Barnard, Howard Lucas, 135
    • Barnes, Hilda, 157
    • Barnett, Dr Samuel Powell, 167
    • Barr Smith Library, 113
      • new laboratories at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 127
      • "Strathspey", affiliation to St Mark's College as St Andrews, 136, 137, 140, 166
      • building progress in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 165, 166
      • new nutrition laboratory, 173
      • John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193, 194b, 194c, 194d
    • Barry, Margaret Mary, 129, 152, 154
    • Barwell, Sir Henry Newman, 5, 110
    • Basedow, Dr Herbert, 128, 149
    • Bayley, William Reynolds,
      • attended lecture given by the Prime Minister, Stanley Melbourne Bruce, 82
      • present at the conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • photographed at levee at Government House, 60b
      • photographed in procession for graduation ceremony, 164a
      • mentioned in an editorial on the necessity of examinations, 172
    • Bean, Edgar Layton, MA, LLB,
      • acting Parliamentary draftsman, 7
      • nominee on Superannuation Board, 14
      • appointed Parliamentary Draftsman, 30
    • Beare, Sir Thomas Hudson, 78
    • Beauchamp, Edward Benjamin, 169, 173
    • Begg, Dr Percy Raymond,
      • gave a paper at Australian Dental Congress, 116
      • appointed demonstrator in Orthodontics, 173
    • Bell, Rev Arthur Hammond, 57
    • Benefactors,
      • Tom Elder Barr Smith, 6, 163, 165, 166
      • Peter Waite, 6, 8
      • Joseph Fisher, 15
      • Sir Josiah Henry Symon, 50, 197b
      • benefactors of South Australian Orchestra, 54
      • portraits of Sir John Langdon Bonython, Mrs Jessie Frances Raven and Mr Peter Waite received, 78, 79
      • Sir Walter Watson Hughes, 94
      • John Melrose, 94, 168
      • graduation address listed major benefactors, 163, 165, 166
      • John Andrew Tennant Mortlock, 168, 191, 192, 193
    • Bennett, Richard William, 80, 84, 122
    • Bequests, gifts & endowments,
      • Sir Josiah Symon’s gift to build the Lady Symon building, 19, 50, 52, 66, 67, 101, 105, 105a, 106, 133c, 197b, 197c, 197d
      • Pageant of Learning held to raise funds, 47, 48, 49b, 50
      • Sir John Langdon Bonython donated £1000, 52
      • Prof Edward Harold Davies lists donors to South Australian Orchestra, 54
      • Sir George Brookman listed as benefactor at graduation, 162, 166
      • John Melrose gift of £10,000, 90a2, 91, 92, 93, 94, 109, 165, 166, 168
      • John Andrew Tennant Mortlock gave £2,000 to the Waite Institute, 91, 191
      • project to build a Students' Union Building and a War Memorial, 101
      • John Barker's daughter thanked for honouring his promise of £1,000, 105
      • list of donations to the Students' Union Building and War Memorial Fund, 108, 111, 115
      • Peter Waite’s gifts, 6, 8, 109, 166, 191, 192, 193
      • Family of Sir John and Lady Duncan donate "Strathspey" and 19 acres for a residential college, 112a, 112b, 112c, 113
      • donation of £20,000 by Tom Elder Barr Smith for the new Barr Smith Library building, 113
      • donations towards the building of the John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
    • Berry, Frances Winifred, MA, DipEd, 85, 90
    • Bert, Ernest Julius, 6
    • Bevan, Clifford, 152, 154
    • Bevan, Frederick Charles, 22, 84, 152
    • Biaggini, Ernest Gordon, 15, 16
    • Bickersteth, Rev Kenneth Julian Faithfull, 164a
      • present at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended the state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • lecture to the Education Society on education ideals, 56
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture, 82
      • short biography for birthday, 84
      • retiring member of council available for re-election, 134
      • re-elected to council, 139
    • Birks, Walter Richard,
      • appointed Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 52, 75
      • arrived from Melbourne to take up position, 87
      • biography, 52, 89
      • welcome for, 91
      • spoke at the Roseworthy Agricultural College Old Scholars' annual dinner, 123
    • Bishop, Lionel Albert Jack, 145
    • Black, John McConnell, 82
    • Blackburn, VC, Captain Arthur Seaforth, 137
    • Blake, Arthur, 20
    • Blaskett, Sydney Norman, 136
    • Board of Anthropolgical Research,
      • exhibition of photos and film of a recent expedition to Central Australia, 79, 80
    • Bonython, J Lavington Bonython, 69
    • Bonython, Sir John Langdon,
      • one of SA's oldest knights, 7
      • to attend the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 28
      • present at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • photograph, 34, 38, 42, 60b, 127, 133a, 164a, 169
      • donated £1000 for the Men's Union Building fund, 52
      • attended a levee at Government House, 60b
      • congratulated Prof. Robert William Chapman on his award of CMG, 64
      • spoke of the work of Sir George Brookman, 71, 72
      • portrait by W B McInnes to be hung in the Council room, 78, 79
      • photograph of W B McInnes’ portrait, 85
      • short biography, 127
      • at the laying of the foundation stone of the Lady Symon Building, 133a
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address as benefactor, 163, 166
    • Booker, Robert Franklin, 64
    • Booth, Sydney Russell,
      • attended the Joseph Fisher lecture, 82
      • elected auditor of the Graduates' Association, 100
      • to present candidates for the diploma in commerce, 159
    • Boucaut, Douglas Le Rey, 28, 29, 90a3
    • Boyce, Althea Enid, 47, 48, 50
    • Boykett, K H, 34, 37, 40
    • Bragg, Sir William Henry,
      • short biography, present positions, 22, 46
      • brief summar of key work, 97
      • recommends appointment of Dr Alexander Killen Macbeth to Chair of Chemistry, 147
    • Bragg, William Lawrence, 22
    • Bray, Marmion Matthews, LLB, 76
    • Brazel, James Francis, 28, 29
    • Bridges, Sir George Tom Molesworth, 135, 153, 154
    • Briskham, Alexander George Herbert, 172
    • Brooke, Malcolm Archibald, 57
    • Brookman, John Ragless, 28
    • Brookman, Sir George,
      • obituaries, 69, 70, 71, 72
      • funeral report, 73
      • sympathy of Council extended to his wife and family, 75
      • his contribution acknowledged at School of Mines Students' Association, 114
      • listed as benefactor by Sir George John Robert Murray at graduation, 162, 163, 166
    • Brose, Henry Herman Leopold Adolph, 113
    • Brougham, Leonard Arthur Morris,
      • senior dental mechanic, 68
      • appointed demonstrator in Dental Mechanics, 173
    • Brown, Dr William Jethro,
      • President of State Industrial Court, 1
      • adjourned court on death of Mr Justice Thomas Slaney Poole, 35
      • biographies on retirement, 96, 97
      • speeches and presentation on his retirement, 128
    • Brown, Gilbert,
      • paper at Dental Conference, 116
      • appointed instructor in Anaesthetics, 173
    • Brown, Gwen, 50
    • Bruce, Right Honourable Stanley Melbourne,
      • to give the 1927 Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce, 7, 73, 77
      • lecture on "The Financial and Economic Position of Australia", 82, 83
      • letter to The News by "Onlooker" on Bruce's visit to the Waite Institute, 85
      • supports the proposal to build a Students' Union Building, 101
    • Bruce, Wallace, 32, 35
    • Buildings,
      • Student Union Building, 19, 81, 91, 104, 105, 107, 166, 197b, 197c, 197d
      • Lady Symon building, 66, 67, 197b, 197c, 197d
      • Pageant of Learning held to raise funds to furnish the Lady Symon Building, 48, 50
      • Men's Union Building fund, 52
      • Women's Union Building fund, 52
      • Prof Edward Harold Davies on more land and buildings required in future, 59, 60a
      • research laboratories for Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 85, 118, 124
      • appeal to build Students' Union and War Memorial, 101, 103, 105, 105a, 106, 108, 111, 115
      • residential college to be affiliated with the University, 112a, 112b, 112c, 113, 114
    • Burdon, Roy Stanley, 14, 15, 54
    • Burgess, Frederick Martin, 100
    • Buring, Vida, 152, 154
    • Burnard, David Alexander, 107, 159
    • Burton, Isabel, 157
    • Butler, Hon R L,
      • paid tribute to Thomas Slaney Poole, 32, 35
      • speaker at appeal launch for Students' Union Building and War Memorial, 101, 105, 106
      • to make a donation to the Waite Institute, 105, 106
    • Butterfield, Hon T, 168
    • Buttrose, Murray, LLB, 94
    • Byrne, Dr Alfred Dudley, 167
    • Byrne, Mary Teresa, 129, 130, 152, 154
  • C

    • Calder, Rex Finlayson Cormack, 64
    • Calendar, 1927, 7, 8
    • Cameron, Dr S S, 81
    • Campbell, Dr Thomas Draper,
      • superintendent of Dental Hospital used for training dental students, 68
      • spoke on tribal distribution at the Anthropological Society, 84
      • spoke on stone tools and their classification to the Anthropological Society, 125
    • Campbell, Jessie, 50
    • Campbell, Professor Arthur Lang,
      • lectured Law Students' Society, 26
      • admitted to SA Bar, 28
      • presented HRH the Duke of York as a candidate for an honorary degree, 34, 37, 40
      • supported students having a Union building, 91, 103
      • replied to a toast at dinner of Law Students' Society, 101
      • appointed to council for development of "Strathspey" as a residential college, 112b, 114
      • to present candidates for law degrees, 159
      • spoke at the Graduates' Association's annual luncheon, 161, 163, 168
    • Cancer Research Fund, 8
    • Career information,
      • medicine as a career for girls, 25
      • opportunities in music for girls, 29
      • unsuitability of graduates, 33
      • university trained men preferred by Railways Department, 110
      • new agricultural policy to include graduate opportunities, 111
    • Carey, Francis Clive Savill,
      • opera performances proposed for students, 7
      • returned from London with news of Australian students, music trends, 9, 10, 11
      • to speak on English folk songs, 20
      • resigning to return to work in England, 22, 123
      • to sing at a chamber music concert, 24, 25
      • unable to sing, 25, 26
      • to assist with the "Pageant of Learning", 29
      • sang at a chamber music recital, 56, 57, 101
      • lectured on essentials of voice training, 59
      • sang three Elizabethan songs, 60a
      • directed opera class in "The Family Party" and "Prince Ferelon", 67, 69, 71
      • sang at staff concert, 69, 71, 72
      • presided over the Folksong and Dance Society meeting, 101
      • directed opera class's performance of "Hansel and Gretel", 107
      • review of the opera class's performances, 111, 116, 141, 152, 154, 157
      • took Stella Sobels and Olive Dyer to sing before Dame Nellie Melba, 113
      • gave some concerts in Sydney, 123
      • to visit family in India and New Zealand, 127
      • spoke on English folk dancing, 134
      • farewelled by students, 158
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation ceremony, 166
    • Carter, Charles, 157
    • Cartledge, Jack Pickering, LLB, 30, 57
    • Caterer, Thomas Ainslie, 17, 90a3
    • Cawthorne, Gus, 157
    • Ceremonies and celebrations,
      • Pageant of Learning, 47, 48, 49b, 50, 51a
      • booklet of Jubilee addresses and proceedings, 19
    • Chamberlain, Reginald Roderic St Clair, 39
    • Chandler, Dr Arthur James, 167
    • Chapman, Mrs R, 29, 50
    • Chapman, Robert Hall, 39, 57, 58
    • Chapman, Professor Henry G,
      • letter to the editor about the Council's work and an appeal for donations, 103, 104
      • now professor of physiology at Sydney University, 111
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • adjudicator of design competition for new Adelaide bridge, 2
      • elected to Institute of Engineers council, 12
      • spoke to the Astronomical Society on Sirius, 27
      • at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 28, 34, 37, 40
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • chaired talk by George Frederick Dodwell, 54
      • bestowed a CMG in the Birthday Honours, 57, 58, 64
      • photographs, 58, 60b, 64, 143, 164a
      • attended a levee at Government House, 60a, 60b
      • congratulated by Sir John Langdon Bonython, 64
      • attended the funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • member of committee reporting on S.A. brown coal deposits, 78
      • chaired meeting of the Astronomical Society, 116
      • member of the SA Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 135
      • returned after attending general council of the Institute of Engineers of Australia, 138
      • appointed acting Vice-Chancellor, 143
      • present at the Graduates' Association's luncheon, 163, 168
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
    • Chappel, Phyllis Harvey, 154
    • Cheek, Alan Carvosso, 78, 79
    • Chemistry, Professor of,
      • staff and temporary lecturers to fill in until new appointment, 7, 9
    • Chemistry, Department of,
      • shared workloads, 13, 14
    • Cherry, Dr Percival Thomas Spower, 29
    • Chettle, Walter Richard, 172
    • Christie, Patrick Joseph, 28, 29
    • Clark, Edward Vincent,
      • attended the state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • lecturer at the School of Engineering, 57
      • fixed stage lighting problems of Elder Hall, 67
    • Clarke, John Francis, 68
    • Classics, Chair of,
      • three lecturers to share duties while Prof Tucker is ill, 13, 14
    • Cleland, Edward Erskine, 17, 28, 122
    • Cleland, Mrs J B, 29
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton,
      • present at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended the state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • referred to in letter by Robert John Miller Clucas on the effects of dust storms, 53
      • to celebrate 49th birthday, 71
      • spoke on blood grouping at Graduates Association, 100
      • chaired Ornithological Association, 124
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 124, 173, 178
      • appointed president of the Royal Society of South Australia, 127
      • short biography, 129
      • studies on blood groupings, 152
    • Cleworth, Minetta, 157
    • Clubs,societies & associations,
      • Student Accountants Association, 8
      • Graduates Association, 91
      • University Christian Union, 14
      • Commerce Students Association, 15, 19, 69, 89, 124
      • Law Students' Society, 26, 101
      • Anthropological Society, 84, 100, 101, 125
      • Shakespeare Society, 46, 58
      • Classical Association, 59, 60a
      • Elder Conservatorium Association, 15, 20
      • South Australian Student Christian Movement, 44
    • Clucas, Robert John Miller,
      • attended the state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • letter about the effects of recent dust storms, 53
      • attended the Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
    • Cockburn, Julie, 154
    • Cockburn, Sir John Alexander, 2, 3, 7, 11
    • Cocks, Alec Douglas, 68
    • Colebatch, Walter John,
      • appointed member of the Irrigation Commission, 27, 61
      • brief biography, 53
      • retired from Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 75
    • Collisson, Miss, 29, 48, 50
    • Commerce, Diploma in,
    • Commerce, Chair of,
      • editorial proposes a Chair of Commerce, 87
    • Commerce, Study of,
      • lecture to commerce students on duties of executors, 89
    • Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, 1
    • Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation,
      • see also Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
      • research laboratories to be built at Victoria Drive, 85
      • contract let and construction started on new laboratory, 124
    • Coney, Leslie, 157
    • Conferences & seminars,
      • Imperial Conference on Education, 1, 2
    • Cooke, Prof William Ernest, 91
    • Cooke, Hon J H, 169, 170
    • Coombs, Herbert Isaac, 12, 52
    • Copland, Prof Sir Douglas Berry, 13
    • Corbin, John, 173
    • Cosh, Elma, 154
    • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,
      • see also Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
      • research into stock nutrition, 17, 18, 85
      • conference on funding for agricultural research, 18
      • pasture research to include wool quality, 18
      • research work in irrigation, 20
      • agricultural research institute proposed, 22, 23, 24
      • report of conference in Melbourne, 23, 24
      • research program on irrigation and soils begun, 25
      • standing committee appointed, 52
      • Prof Arnold E V Richardson appointed to executive committee, 57
      • research in the pastoral industry, 74, 75, 76, 77
      • new laboratory for research into animal nutrition, 85, 90, 173
      • offering a further five studentships for training as researchers, 86
      • Prof B T Dickson appointed chief mycologist, 90
      • research into mineral deficiencies in fodder plants, 90, 91
      • report on the work of the Council including projects with the Waite Institute, 93, 94
      • Prof. Arnold E V Richardson on possible duplication of soil chemistry research, 103
      • applications invited for training advanced research workers or for equipment, 115, 118
      • Prof Theodore George Bentley Osborn to represent the CSIR at interstate conference, 117
      • contract let for the building of nutrition laboratory on Victoria Drive, 118
      • cause of "spotted wilt" in tomatoes discovered by H A Pittman, 118
      • call for applications for assistant research officer to work on animal nutrition, 131
      • Prof Arnold E V Richardson returns from Imperial Agricultural Conference in UK, 136
      • Prof Thorburn Brailsford Robertson on need for training in experimental biology and chemistry, 137
      • Dr R J Tillyard appointed to research entomological problems, 137
      • Murray River district research, 147
      • quarterly journal articles, 17, 152
      • proposed co-ordinated research with UK and USA, 152
      • first annual report tabled in Federal Parliament, 158
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
      • mentioned in the second reading of the Agricultural Education Bill, 168
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • vacancies filled, 21
      • members at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • members attended the funeral of Justice Poole, 39
      • appointments, 52
      • elections to be held to fill vacancies left by deaths, 62
      • special meeting to confer degrees, 62, 63, 64
      • members conferred with Premier on university requirements, 62
      • members elected, 65, 66
      • portrait of Sir John Langdon Bonython to be hung in Council room, 78, 79, 85
      • appointed first council for development of "Strathspey”, 112b, 114
      • members to retire and available for re-election, 134
      • appointments to Public Library Board, 134
      • statute for affiliation of "Strathspey" as a college approved, 136
      • elections, 139
      • reply to greetings sent by Council to the University of Louvain, 150
    • Counter, Beryl Cole, 67, 69, 71, 131, 135, 147, 157
    • Cowan, Dr Darcy Rivers Warren, 85, 173
    • Cowan, Hon J,
      • moved second reading of the Agricultural Education Bill, 169, 170
      • laying of the John Melrose Laboratory foundation stone, 191, 192, 193, 194c
    • Cowling, G H, 139, 146
    • Crabbe, Dr Gavin Murray, 167
    • Crane, Greta Ruby, 158, 159
    • Cudmore, Dr Arthur Murray, 65, 66
    • Cullen, Sir William Portus, 105
    • Culshaw, George Vincent, 169
  • D

    • Daenke, Dorothy Lucy, 51c
    • Dalby, J, 159
    • Davey, Dr Constance Muriel,
      • spoke on "The education of the backward child", 122
      • editorial about her talk on backward children, 123
      • her work to establish 'opportunity' classes for children with special needs, 170
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for the Advancement of Science, 173, 178
    • David Murray Scholarships, 140, 141
    • David, Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth, 100, 104, 155, 159
    • Davies, Dr James Griffiths, 179, 180
    • Davies, Mrs Harold, 29, 50, 107
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
      • optimistic for the year’s program, 7
      • addressed Elder Conservatorium students, 16, 17
      • elected president of Elder Conservatorium Association, 20
      • spoke of value of performing at the Conservatorium's concerts, 23
      • to assist with the "Pageant of Learning", 29
      • organ recital at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • at Beethoven Memorial concert, 43
      • played at concert, 44
      • SA delegate to Australian Music Examinations Board meeting, 45
      • lectured on 'The Teaching of Harmony and Counterpoint', 49a
      • illustrated lecture on the music of the aborigines, 54
      • letter to the editor on South Australian Orchestra's funding problems, 54
      • on the future of the University, 59, 60a
      • attended opera class's performances, 67
      • short history of Adelaide Bach Society, 81
      • short biography, 86
      • used recordings of aboriginal music in his address to Graduates' Association, 100
      • to examine in Western Australia and leave for England, 123, 126
      • to seek successor to Francis Clive Savill Carey while overseas, 127, 138
      • reporting on music examinations in Western Australia, 136
      • leaving for London, 140
      • spoke of more liberal education, 197b
    • Davis, Angelita Pintorcilla, 56
    • Davis, Dr Harold Julian, 167
    • Davy, Dr Ruby Claudia Emily, 129
    • Dawbarn,Mary Campbell, BSc, 15
    • Dawkins, Dr Alec Letts, 167
    • Dawson, Dr Joseph Bernard, 54
    • de Crespigny, Constantine Trent Champion, 85, 173
    • de Crespigny, Mrs C T, 29, 50
    • Degrees, ad eundum gradum,
      • conferring degree on HRH the Duke of York, 4, 5, 28, 30, 31, 34, 37, 39, 40, 41a, 41b, 166
      • Dr Arthur William Hill to be awarded Doctor of Science ad eundum gradum, 155, 157
    • Denham, Prof H G, 186, 187
    • Denny, William Joseph, 31, 33, 35
    • Dental Hospital, 68
    • Dentistry, Study of,
      • three government scholarships announced, 41a
      • alterations to regulations, 140, 141
    • Dickson, Professor B T, 90
    • Dix, Jessica Laura, 77, 79
    • Dodwell, George Frederick,
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • spoke on value of astronomy, 54
      • lectured on "The Course of the Stars", 108
    • Donnithorne, William, 28, 29
    • Downer, James Frederick, 39
    • Duguid, Dr Charles, 154
    • Dumas, Russell John, 57
    • Duncan, Sir John,
    • Dunn, Dr Talbot Lewis, 167
    • Dunstan, Beryl Elvira Mercia, 158, 159
    • Dyer, Olive, 152, 154
  • E

    • Eardley, Frederick William, BA,
      • returns after leave, 5
      • at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • at state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • at the funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • to convey to Lady Brookman sympathy of Council, 75
      • at the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • elected to committee of Graduates' Association, 100
      • replied to a published letter from "Hard-up Scholar”, 119
      • short reply to published letters on examination fees, 123
      • re-elected Clerk of the Senate, 139
      • reply to "Medicus" on proposed changes to regulation VII, 156
      • references to comments on changes to medical degree examinations, 160
      • photograph of him in the procession into Elder Hall, 164a
    • Eardley, Mrs Frederick William, 29, 50
    • Eckersley, Rev Percy Cyril Wheaton, 11
    • Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, 92, 95, 96, 118, 119
    • Education Department of South Australia, 116
    • Education Society of South Australia, 56
    • Edwards, Dr Hurtle Thomas Jack, 116, 141
    • Edwards, Wanda, 29, 48, 50, 51a, 51b, 51c
    • Elder Conservatorium Association,
      • annual meeeting to be held March 21, 15
      • report of business of annual meeting, 20
      • review of a performance of original compositions by members, 107
    • Elder Conservatorium of Music,
      • new term begins, 4
      • organist and piano teacher appointment expected, 7
      • student enrolments increased, 13, 14
      • inaugural students addressed by Dr Harold Davies, 16, 17
      • “Prince Fenelon” already in rehearsal, 17
      • staff changes, 22, 127
      • first student concert for 1927, 23, 24
      • second concert to be chamber music by members of staff, 25
      • career opportunities in music for girls, 29
      • students and staff to participate in "Pageant of Learning”, 29
      • free public lectures for music teachers, 46
      • student orchestra and choir provided the music for “Pageant of Learning”, 48, 50
      • review of concert given by students, 51c, 52
      • Prof Edward Harold Davies' illustrated lecture on the music of the aborigines, 54
      • I G Reimann on "Pianoforte playing and teaching", 55
      • chamber music recital review, 56, 57
      • new group called Adelaide Teachers' Association to give concerts, 56
      • John Horner appointed teacher of organ and pianoforte, 58
      • Francis Clive Savill Carey lectured on the essentials of voice training, 59
      • review of concert, 60a
      • Charles Schilsky lectured on violin teaching, 63
      • reviews of opera class's performances, 67, 68, 69, 71
      • attendance of school children at concerts beneficial, 68
      • review of staff concert, 69, 71, 72
      • student concert, 77, 78, 79
      • Thomas Henry Jones resigned after 28 years of teaching, 79, 81
      • review of first winter concert by the String Quartet, 86
      • review of seventh concert, 94
      • value of music degrees and qualifications, 99
      • review of second chamber music concert, 101
      • opera class to perform Humperdinck's "Hansel and Gretel", 102, 107
      • review of ninth concert, 109, 111
      • review of "Hansel and Gretel" and Act 1 of "Prunella", 111
      • review of tenth concert, 114
      • review of concert given by the ladies part-singing class, 115
      • review of twelfth concert, 126
      • concert to be given by William Silver's students and Charlotte Grivell, 129
      • review of thirteenth student concert, 131
      • Francis Clive Savill Carey spoke about English folk dancing, 135
      • review of student concert, 135
      • Immanuel Gotthold Reimann has arranged three student recitals, 136
      • Prof Edward Harold Davies entertained the staff before his departure, 140
      • review of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann's students’ concert, 147, 150
      • review of final student concert, 152, 154
      • reviews of concerts by the opera class, 157
      • John Adam Horner to teach piano and organ, 193
    • Elder Conservatorium String Quartet,
    • Elder Scholarship,
      • Betty Froome Puddy won for pianoforte, 141, 142, 152, 154
      • John O'Connor McCabe won for violincello, 142, 152, 154
      • Ethel Bradshaw (Peggy) Palmer to continue her piano studies in Leipzig, 144
      • Elder Scholars Geoffrey Goldsworthy, Arnold Carey Farley and Katy Yoerger played at first student concert for 1927, 23, 24
      • Katy Yoerger, Elder Scholar 1926, performed at concert, 51c, 52
      • Geoffrey Goldsworthy, Elder Scholar for 1926, performed at student concert, 51c
    • Elder, Sir Thomas, 166
    • Elder, Smith and Company, 6
    • Elford, Harold Stewart, BE, 100
    • Ellis, Frank, MA, BE, 57, 60a
    • Empire Marketing Board,
      • funding jointly with CSIR for pasture deficiencies and stock nutrition, 17, 18, 90, 91
      • soils and pasture research carried out under the auspices of the Board, 120, 121
      • visitors from the Board at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 128
      • plans for cooperative research with the Board, 152, 158
      • Board provided funding for building at Waite Institute and pasture research, 168, 171, 187, 192, 193
    • Engineering, Study of,
      • Commentary on enrolments in the field, 149
    • Engineers, Institute of, 12
    • England, Harold Norman, 120
    • English Speaking Union, 134, 154
    • English, Study of,
      • letters about compulsory pass in Intermediate English, 13, 15, 20
    • Eric Smith Scholarship, 119
    • Ernest Ayers Scholarship, 155
    • Espie, Frank Fancett, 57
    • Establishment,
    • Eugene Alderman Scholarship, 51c, 52
    • Eugenics,
      • Prof. Thorburn Brailsford Robertson on eugenics and war, 53
    • Eustace, John Leonard, 85
    • Evening lectures,
      • see also lectures, public lectures, extension lectures
      • government grants enable extra evening classes in arts and science, 14
      • 500 applications for night lectures, 20
    • Ewens, John Qualtrough, 158, 159
    • Examinations,
      • letters about compulsory pass in Intermediate English, 13, 15, 20
      • Principal of Training College and one University professor appointed to conduct Council of Education examinations, 118
      • letters about examination fees, 119, 123, 124
      • comments on the reports in the Public Examinations Manual, 19
      • new syllabus for Public Service examination, 103
      • examination results, 18, 19
      • increased entries reported by Australian Music Board in recent exams, 123
      • Australian Music Board results, 45, 46, 125, 126, 129, 130, 131
      • Prof E Harold Davies views on Music Board examinations in WA, 136
      • examiner's comments in the Public Examinations Board manual, 129
      • in defence of examinations and the value of English, 131
      • numbers of students sitting for degree and diploma exams, 136
      • results for Faculty of Music, 137
      • Prof William Keith Hancock on the value of examinations, 138
      • intermediate, leaving and leaving honours examinations begin, 139
      • the examination experience, 139
      • dentistry examination results, 140
      • photograph of candidates in Exhibition Hall, 142
      • Faculty of Arts results, 143, 144
      • letter on the poor results in teaching examinations, 145
      • Faculty of Law results, 146
      • Faculties of Science and Applied Science results, 147, 148, 149, 155
      • Diploma of Commerce results, 148
      • letter on problems with time limits, 150
      • Doctor of Dental Science results, 153, 154
      • change to regulation VII dealing with timing of examinations for medical degrees, 155, 156, 160, 165
      • Leaving Honours Examination results, 161, 162, 167
      • editorial on necessity of examinations, 172
      • letter suggesting change to examinations, 174
      • comment on leaving examination results, 175
      • Leaving Examination Honors and Pass Lists, 176, 177, 178
      • need for improvements in examination methods, 180, 181
      • Intermediate (including Intermediate Commercial) Examination results, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191
      • distribution of scholarships to candidates for qualifying certificate examination, 195
    • Exchange programs,
      • arrangements for economics students exchange programs, 13
      • HRH the Duke of York suggested an exchange of professors, 45
    • Exhibitions and displays,
      • pageant of music and dances to be held, 29, 47, 48, 50
    • Extension lectures,
      • see also lectures, public lectures, evening lectures
      • Professor William Keith Hancock on Florentine Renaissance, 61, 62, 72, 73
      • Prof. Cedric Stanton Hicks on "The Discovery of Matter”, 89, 92
  • F

    • Fairweather, Andrew, 57
    • Farley, Arnold, 23, 24, 152, 154
    • Farr, George Henry, 17, 90a3
    • Federal Conference of Pastoralists and Wool Selling Brokers, 75, 76, 77
    • Fees,
      • letters about examination fees, 119, 123, 124
      • Senate agreed to an annual student fee for maintenance of the Student Union, 141
      • Senate increased fees for medical degrees, 140, 141
    • Fenner, Dr Charles Albert Edward, 115, 173, 178
    • Finance,
      • government grants for higher education, 8
      • financing of agricultural research and organisations, 79, 80
      • proposed government financial support for agricultural research at the Waite Institute, 87
      • Agricultural Education Bill to provide annual grants for research and education, 168, 169, 170, 179
      • need for more finance for agricultural education, 180, 181
      • list of grants, 182
      • government financial support for University, 197d
    • Findlay, Dr G. Marshall, 137
    • Fisher, Helena Catherine, 107
    • Fisher, Joseph,
      • donated £1,000 in 1903 to promote the study of commerce, 15
      • bi-annual Joseph Fisher lecture to be given by the Prime Minister, Mr Bruce, 62
    • Fletcher, Elizabeth Duncan, 124
    • Florey, Dr Howard Walter, 66
    • Folksong and Dance Society, 101
    • Foote, William Henry,
      • to commence rehearsals with students, 7
      • conducted the South Australian Orchestra for several concerts, 43, 61, 84, 94, 102, 114
      • renewal of contract coming up, 28
      • specially engaged from London, 54
      • birthday and photograph, 107
    • Forder, Howard Hamlyn, 136
    • Fordham, Juanita Horwood, 158, 159
    • Forestry,
      • report of the Conservator of Forests Mr E Julius on South Australian forests, 160
    • Forestry, School of,
      • see also Australian Forestry School
      • progress of building in Canberra, 5
      • to open on April 11, 12
      • C E Lane-Poole to be in charge, 23
      • studies have commenced, 26
      • C E Lane-Poole in favour of federal control of foresty, 121
    • Formby, Myles Landseer, 5, 129
    • Fowler, James Richard, 53, 135
    • Francis, Bessie, 51c, 52
    • Froggatt, Walter, 171
    • Frost, Mary Millicent,
      • role of Science in Pageant of Learning, 50
      • secretary of Women's Union, 124
      • proposed vote of thanks to Sir Josiah Henry Symon, 132c, 133c
      • winner of John Howard Clark Prize, 158, 159
      • to reply for the female graduates at lunch of the Graduates Association, 158
      • replied on behalf of graduates at Association's lunch for new graduates, 161, 163, 168
    • Fry, Dr Henry Kenneth, 60b, 84
    • Fuller, George Rayner, 100
    • Fuller, William,
      • retirement after 47 years as lecturer in Histology, 136, 139, 156
      • to be at the eighth annual lunch of the Graduates' Association, 158
      • farewelled at luncheon of Graduates' Association, 161, 163, 168
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
  • G

    • Gallasch, Dr Frank Edward, 167
    • Gardiner, Beauchamp Lennox, 57
    • Gardner, George Gavin Forrest, 43
    • Gartrell, Herbert William, 39, 57
    • Gault, Dr Estelle Ruth, 124
    • Gender issues,
      • information on medicine as a career for girls, 25
      • career opportunities for girls in music, 29
      • comments on enrolment patterns of women students, 149
    • Geoffrey, Samuel, 27
    • Gibb, Claude Dixon, 57
    • Gill, Hilda Beatrice, 25, 26, 44, 109, 111
    • Gillespie, William Charles, 169
    • Girdlestone, Rev. Henry, 90a3
    • Glynn, Patrick McMahon, 7, 109
    • Gmeiner, Clarice Haidee Beatrice, 22, 114, 129, 130
    • Gmeiner, Muriel, 79
    • Goldsworthy, Geoffrey, 23, 24, 51c
    • Goode, Bruce Fleming, 90
    • Goodhart, Mabel Flora, 146, 155, 169
    • Goodman, William George Toop, 34, 37, 40, 82, 163, 168
    • Goodrich, Prof Carter,
      • compared American and Australian university students, 58
      • spoke of labor and education in America and Australia, 59
      • employment options for American graduates, 62
      • gave a lecture on labour and unionism in America, 63
      • Prof Thorburn Brailsford Robertson comments on statements, 64
      • employment opportunities for graduates, 68
    • Gordon, Charles, 157
    • Gordon, Sir David, 169, 170
    • Government relations,
      • retirement of Deputy-President of Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, 1
      • Institute of Pacific Relations hopes to form a committee in Adelaide, 7
      • Federal Research Laboratory on human and animal diseases, 12
      • Australian administration of New Guinea, 12, 13
      • editorial on proposed research laboratory at Mount Gambier, 15
      • SA Government to support research and use of science in agriculture, 61
      • government's contribution to University, 105a, 106
      • Science and Industry Endowment Act applications invited for training advanced research workers or for equipment, 115, 118
      • State not to share Prof Arnold E V Richardson's expenses for attendance at conference, 132a
    • Graduates,
      • success of engineering graduates, 7, 57
    • Graduates Association,
      • entertained Prof. George Cockburn Henderson in the Prince of Wales lecture room, 75
      • Education Minister (Hon M McIntosh) to give welcome address at annual luncheon, 141
      • annual luncheon to be held in Botanic Park, 158
      • report on luncheon for new graduates, 161, 163, 168
      • photograph of luncheon under the plane trees, 165
      • seventh annual meeting held, election of committee, 100
    • Graduation ceremonies,
      • special council meetings to confer degrees, 62, 63, 64
      • annual ceremony, 166, 167
      • conferring degree ad eundum gradum on HRH Duke of York, 4, 28, 30, 31, 37, 39, 40, 41a
      • photographs of conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 41b
      • commemoration ceremony to be held in Elder Hall, 155, 158, 159
      • reports of ceremonies, 162, 163, 165, 166, 167
      • photograph of Chancellor and Council members in procession, 164b
      • photograph of distinguished graduates entering Elder Hall, 164b
    • Grainger, Percy, 28
    • Grant, Dr Richard Longford Thorold, 85
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • Optometrist Association refers to his help in having optometry recognised, 54
      • accepted position on Council of the School of Mines, 63
      • to be absent in Europe and England, 124
      • to return to Australia, 126
      • spoke on recent advances in physics and political conditions in Europe, 181
      • photograph, 181
    • Gratton, Norman Murray Gladstone, 112b, 114
    • Graziers' Convention, 74, 75, 76, 77
    • Greenwood, Ethel, 157
    • Groth, Fred, 154
    • Grounds,
      • floodwater problem and university’s need for more land, 66
      • Adelaide City Council granted extra land to university, 124
  • H

    • Hack, Jean, 154
    • Hackett, Dr Cecil John, 167
    • Hall, Georgina Delmar, 20, 107, 115
    • Hall, Hubert Winsloe,
      • elected vice-president of Elder Conservatorium Association, 20
      • conducted performance of "The Family Party" and "Prince Ferelon", 67
      • conducted Elder Conservatorium orchestra for second opera performance, 69, 71
      • musical director for performance of "Hansel and Gretel", 107, 111
      • conducted concert given by the ladies part-singing class, 115
      • mentioned in review of final Elder student concert, 154
      • conducted two concluding concerts given by opera class, 157
    • Halley, Dr Gertrude, 48, 50
    • Hamp, Dr Frances Marian, 1
    • Hancock, Dr Percy Raymond Russell, 167
    • Hancock, Mary Frewin, 131
    • Hancock, Professor William Keith,
      • lecture on "The danger of mediocrity" for the WEA, 15
      • summary of lecture on "The Dangers of Mediocrity", 24
      • wrote to The Register on the Public Library and its collection, 25
      • to assist with the "Pageant of Learning", 29
      • on the legend of St George and the Dragon, 30, 31
      • youngest professor, 31
      • present at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • extension lectures on "The Florentine Renaissance", 52
      • article on the first English communists, 55, 56
      • extension lecture on Lorenzo De' Medici and the Florentine Renaissance, 61, 62
      • the life and work of Savanarola and the Florentine Renaissance, 64
      • on Leonardo da Vinci and "The Florentine Renaissance", 72, 73
      • on French and German claims on the Rhine River and border security, 85
      • on recent four and a half hour speech by Mussolini, 102, 103
      • on chronicling tragedy and sensationalism in media, 127
      • member of SA Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 135
      • on value of examinations in education, 138
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
    • Hannan, Albert James,
      • appointed Crown Solicitor, 30, 33, 131
      • short biography, 33
      • photograph, 33, 131, 136
      • to represent State on legal business, 136
    • Harbison, Dr Alan Thomas, 167
    • Hardy, G, 85
    • Hargreaves, Dr William Arthur,
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • one author of report on SA brown coal deposits, 78
      • invented a new word "chemologist" to distinguish a chemist from a pharmacist, 80
      • left to attend conferences in Melbourne on transport of explosives and dangerous goods, 150
    • Harvey, Hon W H, 34, 37, 39, 40, 169, 170
    • Harvey, Valda, 48, 50, 107, 157
    • Health and Safety,
      • fall from window of Darling Building, 134, 135
    • Health Inspectors' Association, 117
    • Heaton, Dr Herbert, 74, 78
    • Heinze, Prof Bernard, 136
    • Henderson, Henry Beecher, 39
    • Henderson, Professor George Cockburn,
      • researching history of several Pacific islands, 68
      • entertained by the Graduates' Association, 75
      • collected donations after the Armistice for the War Memorial scheme, 103
      • thanked for his efforts to raise money for the War Memorial appeal, 105, 106
    • Henderson, William, 5
    • Henry, Gladys Amy Thelma, 131
    • Heseltine, Frederick Augustus, 57
    • Hewitson, Dr Thomas, 122, 128
    • Hicks, Professor Cedric Stanton,
      • to give lecture on "The source of vital energy", 15
      • lectured on nutrition and 'sources of vital energy', 21
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • to give an extension lecture course on "The Discovery of Matter", 52
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • appointed honorary clinical physiologist, 85
      • lectures on "The Discovery of Matter", 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 97
      • spoke at the Workers' Educational Association student break-up, 135
      • present at the Graduates' annual luncheon, 163, 168
    • Higher education,
      • SA Government’s grants for university education, 8
    • Hill, Dr A W,
      • director of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, to visit, 103
      • to be awarded the degree of Doctor of Science ad eundum gradum, 155
      • visiting Australia to see our flora and timber, 157
      • photograph, 157
      • warned of over-grazing, 159
      • spoke at Graduates' Association lunch of the value of the Waite Institute, 161, 163, 168
      • graduated as Doctor of Science ad eundum gradum, 163, 166
      • commented on Victoria Park racecourse and proposed removal of elm trees, 165
      • commented on the Botanic Garden, 165
      • value of the research supported by the Empire Marketing Board, 171
    • Hill, Dr Floy McCoy, 163, 168
    • Hill, Hon Lionel Laughton,
      • spoke in support of the Student Union Building and War Memorial, 197d
      • opened Adelaide Teachers' College new building, 20
      • reports 500 applications for night lectures at University, 20
    • Hodge, Charles Reynolds, 11, 13, 39, 139
    • Hogan, Philip Cornelius, 158, 159
    • Holden, Edward Wheewall, 34, 37, 40, 106
    • Holden, Mrs E W, 29, 50
    • Hollidge, David Henry, 13, 14, 60a, 60b, 166
    • Hollidge, Geoffrey David, 169
    • Holman, Frank Reginald, 142
    • Holmes, Edna Lucy, 158, 159
    • Homburg, Hermann, 31, 32, 35
    • Homes, Alma Ivy Penelope, 172
    • Hone, Dr Frank Sandland,
      • present at conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • member of the University Union building fund committee, 91
      • spoke at student meeting supporting the proposed Student Union Building, 103
      • to lecture on "Maternal and child welfare", 116
      • lectured to the Health Inspectors' Association on bubonic plague, 117
      • re-elected to the Senate of the University of Adelaide, 139
      • photograph in the procession into Elder Hall for the graduation ceremony, 164a
      • appointed lecturer in Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 173
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
      • views on notification of diseases criticised, 63
      • retiring member of council available for re-election, 134
    • Hone, Effie J, 173
    • Hooker, George, 154
    • Hore-Ruthven, Major-General Alexander Gore Arkwright,
    • Horner, John,
      • appointed as teacher of organ and pianoforte, 58, 127
      • photograph, 58, 158, 193
      • expected to arrive in February, 158
      • spoke of his career, the music scene in Glasgow, with comments on some modern composers, 193
    • Hosking, Dr Herbert Champion, 12, 13
    • Howard, T P, 33, 37
    • Howchin, Professor Walter,
      • short biography, 179
      • photograph, 179
      • theory of glacial action between Adelaide and Lake Eyre, 100
      • read a paper by Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David at Royal Society, 104
      • discussed the Wagener continental theory at Astronomical Society, 116
      • read a paper on the older tillite of South Australia to Royal Society, 128
    • Howse, VC, Sir Neville, 88
    • Hughes, Sir Walter Watson, 94
    • Hunkin, L C, 34, 37, 40
    • Hunter, Oswald, 39
    • Hutcheson, Lieut Commander George Ian Dewart, 8
    • Hutchins, Harry, 152, 154
    • Hyde, Miriam Beatrice, 107, 114, 129, 130
    • Hyde, Muriel,
      • see also Muriel Gmeiner, 78, 79
    • Hyde, Pauline, 154
  • I

    • Imperial Agricultural Research Conference, 124, 125, 131, 134, 147, 151, 152
    • Imperial Conference on Education, 1, 2
    • Ingleby, Rupert, 80, 84
    • Institute of Pacific Relations, 7
    • Institute of Science and Industry, 171
    • Institutes Association of South Australia, 171
    • International Federation of University Women, 14
    • Irrigation and Drainage Commission, 27
    • Isbister, Dr James Linklater Thomson, 84
    • Isbister, William James, KC,
      • present at conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • photograph in procession at levee at Government House, 60b
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • short biography for his 61st birthday, 84
      • appointed to council for development of "Strathspey", 112b, 114
      • reappointed by Council to the Public Library Board, 134
      • photograph in the procession into Elder Hall for the graduation ceremony, 164a
    • Ising, Ernest H, 173, 178
  • J

    • Jack, Robert Lockhart, 39
    • James, Wesley Hughes, 7, 10, 39, 45
    • Jamieson, Neil Livermore, 158, 159
    • Jarvis, H S C, 197b, 197c, 197d
    • Jefferis, Arthur Tarlton, 119
    • Jeffery, Mr F, 79, 80
    • Jeffries, Shirley Williams, 161
    • Jelley, Hon J, 169, 170
    • Jenkinson, Herbert Gordon, 12
    • Jessup, George Aubrey, 172
    • John Bagot Scolarship for Botany, 155
    • John Creswell Scholarship, 8
    • Johns, Fred, 33, 37
    • Johnson, Dr Edward Angas,
      • elected Fellow of the Royal Institute of Public Health, London, 14
      • photograph, 14, 107
      • made ex-territorial Justice of the Peace for Tasmania, 52
      • appointed chairman of the Board of Governors of the Botanic Gardens, 106, 107
      • became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, 155
    • Johnston, Frank, 157
    • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey,
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • read a paper on "New trematodes from an Australian Siluroid fish" to Royal Society, 90
    • Jolly, Norman William, 97
    • Jones, Professor Frederic Wood,
      • leaves Adelaide to continue research in Honolulu, 2
      • resigned from Flora and Fauna Board, 3
      • suggested formation of Board of Anthropological Research, 79, 80
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
    • Jones, Thomas Henry,
      • resigning from Elder Conservatorium, 22, 79, 81, 82. 97
      • photograph, 81
      • first graduate in music in an Australian university, 86
    • Jose, Rev George Herbert, 9, 10, 14
    • Joseph Fisher Lecture,
      • bi-annual lecture to be given by the Prime Minister Stanley Bruce, 7, 62, 73
      • lecture on the "Financial and Economic Position of Australia", 77
      • summary of lecture, 82, 83
      • printed copies of lecture available, 107
    • Joyce, Katie, 56
    • Joyner, Malcolm Stewart, 85
  • K

    • Kemp, Francis Joseph Edmund, 51c, 52
    • Kerr, Dr Donald, 11, 12, 74, 192
    • Kessell, Stephen Lackey, 169
    • Kiek, Edward Sidney, 15, 52, 129, 140, 171
    • Kiek, Rev Winifred, 171
    • King's College, 25
    • Kirwood, Albert Ernest Maldon, 15, 39, 116
    • Kleeman, Reginald Theodore, 57
    • Koonamore Research Station, 157, 159
    • Krahmann, Dr Karl, 101, 128, 129
    • Krantz, Dr Sydney, 167
  • L

    • Laby, Prof T H, 86
    • Lady Symon Building,
      • Pageant of Learning held to raise funds to furnish the building, 48, 50
      • progress towards its constrution, 66, 67, 124
      • foundation stone, 17, 124, 132a
      • photographs, 132b, 132c
    • Laffer, Gwen, 154
    • Laffer, Hon G R, 168
    • Lane-Poole, C E, 23, 26, 120, 121, 141
    • Lang, Eric, 7
    • Lawrence, Dr Bruce Ernest, 167
    • Lawrence, Edna, 157
    • Lawson, Prof A G, 78
    • Lawson, Prof Abercrombie Anstruther, 22, 23
    • League of Nations, 5
    • League of Nations Essay Prize, 134
    • League of Nations Union, 126, 140
    • Leeper, G W, 126
    • Leitch, Peggy, 157
    • Leitch, Phyllis, 157
    • Lendon, Alan Harding, 158, 159, 161, 163, 168
    • Lendon, Alfred Austin, 173, 178
    • Lendon, Dr Alan Harding, 167
    • Lindon, Dr Guy Austin, 115, 173
    • Lewcock, Harry Kingsley, 86, 87
    • Lewis, Stanley Heathcote, 28, 29
    • Library Federation of Australia and New Zealand, 171
    • Ligertwood, George Coutts, 26
    • Lightfoot Refrigerating Company Limited, 86
    • Lindon, Dr Leonard Charles Edward, 115
    • Listerian Oration, 56
    • London University, 75
    • Love, Dr John Alexander, 12, 173, 174
    • Love, Mrs. J A, 173
    • Ludbrook, Wallis Verco, 158, 159
  • M

    • Macbeth, Professor Alexander Killen, 147, 165, 166
    • MacCullum, Sir Mungo William, 7, 8, 128
    • MacIntosh, J H C, 166
    • MacKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • addressed Student Accountants Association, 8
      • spoke on importance of the WEA, 13
      • welcome address to Commerce Students Association, 15
      • spoke to the 1927 WEA conference on trade unions and education, 16
      • South Australian delegate to WEA federal council meeting, 56
      • lecture on "The trend of Australian banking", 79
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • reported on the current session of the WEA, 114
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
    • Macklin, Ellen Dulcie, 115, 146, 155
    • MacMillan, G A, 13, 14, 166
    • Maddeford, Sheila Lamont, 146, 155, 169
    • Madigan, Cecil Thomas,
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • photographed at levee at Government House, 60b
      • secretary of appeal committee for funding the University Union building, 91
      • chaired annual meeting of Graduates' Association, 100
      • secretary of committee formed to raise funds for Union Building and War Memorial, 101
      • support for proposed Student Union Building, 103
      • spoke on geology of the Willunga scarp to Royal Society, 128
      • member of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 135
      • report of trip to Central Australia, 138
      • on drought conditions in Central Australia, 156, 157
      • photograph, 156
    • Maegraith, Brian Gilmore, 158, 159
    • Magarey, Dr Ivan Sandilands, 167
    • Magarey, Dr Rupert Eric, 85
    • Makin, Dr Frank Humphrey, 85
    • Mander, Linden Alfred, 136
    • Mangan, John Arthur Leslie, 101, 169
    • Mann, Margaret Noble, 132c, 133c
    • Marston, Hedley Ralph, 182
    • Martin, John Claude, 30, 39
    • Matters, Arnold Hatherleigh, 141
    • Mawson, Lady, 29, 50
    • Mawson, Professor Sir Douglas,
      • return to Adelaide from Antarctic explorations, 7
      • spoke of Australia's claim to Antarctic territory and the whaling industry, 16
      • photograph, 16, 34, 38, 42, 192
      • returns from overseas lecture tour, 21
      • correcting an interview statement referring to South African politics, 23
      • present at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • comments about the effects of recent dust storms, 53
      • proposed that postal voting be allowed for the election of Council members, 65, 66
      • economic possibilities for Antarctica, 67
      • hunting of possums in Adelaide Hills, 67
      • contributed to report on SA brown coal deposits, 78
      • attended the Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82, 83
      • delegate to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 90, 173, 178
      • read a paper by Bruce Fleming Goode, 90
      • advocated afforestation close to city, 102
      • report of the trip to Central Australia, 138, 139
      • met Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David at Port Adelaide, 159
      • presented with the Medal of the Societe de Geographie of Paris, 192
    • Mayfield, Vera Selina Gwendoline, 131, 152, 154
    • Mayo, Dr Helen Mary,
      • to assist at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 28, 34, 37, 40
      • originator of the Pageant of Learning, 50
      • appointment as lecturer on clinical diseases of children confirmed, 74
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • elected to the committee of Graduates Association, 100
      • council representative on committee of University Womens Union, 124
      • photographed in procession for graduation, 164a
    • Mayo, Herbert, 101
    • McBryde, Frederick Balfour, 39, 44
    • McCabe, James Ramsay, 115
    • McCabe, John O'Connor, 142, 152, 154
    • McCallum, Hon T, 169, 170
    • McCarthy, Joseph Francis, 28, 29
    • McCoy, William Taylor,
      • SA delegate to the Imperial Conference on Education, London, 2, 162
      • comments on the teaching of agriculture in schools, 154, 160, 180, 181
      • photograph, 154, 162, 180
      • mentioned in editorial on the necessity of examinations, 172
    • McDonald, Cyril George Hugh, 57
    • McDonnell, John Carlile, 15
    • McEwin, John Neil, 101
    • McGrath, Constance Cecily, 78, 79
    • McInnes, Hon J, 12
    • McInnes, W B, 78, 79, 85
    • McIntosh, Hon M, 161, 163, 168
    • McIntosh, J H C, 13, 14, 59
    • McKail, Gertrude Mary, 100
    • McKay, Dr Douglas Gordon, 167
    • McKechnie, Alan Francis Clark, 135
    • McKee, George Angas, 172
    • McKee, William Albert Kenneth, 17, 69
    • McLean, Albert Eric, 25
    • McLean, Dorothy Alice, 48, 50, 124
    • McLean, Leonard Allen, 158, 159
    • McLeay, Marshall John, 28, 29
    • Mead, Cecil Silas, 13, 14
    • Medicine, School of,
      • Dr Brian Herbert Swift reported on obstetrics teaching in UK and Europe, 7
      • obituary of Dr Mark Johnston Symons, 9
      • biography and photo of Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, Professor of Physiology, 11
    • Medicine, Study of
      • information on Medicine as a career for girls, 25
      • statute alterations to subject pre-requisites, 140
      • Dr Ray’s reply to letters on changes to medical degree examinations, 160
    • Meegan, Alice, 78, 79, 86, 107, 111, 114, 115, 116, 131, 152
    • Meegan, Kathleen Mary, 60a, 86, 101, 108, 124, 126
    • Methodist Ladies College, 117
    • Melba, Dame Nellie, 17, 114
    • Melbourne, Henry Eoin Sydney, 57
    • Mellor, Thomas Reginald, 17, 121
    • Mellowship, Joan, 152
    • Melrose, John,
      • gift of £10,000 for the Waite Institute, 90a2, 91, 92, 93, 94, 109, 168
      • photograph, 93, 194a, 194b, 194c
      • brief biography, 91, 92
      • named as benefactor in Sir George John Robert Murray's address, 163, 165, 166
      • mentioned in second reading of Agricultural Education Bill, 168
    • Melrose, Lily Margaret, 191, 192, 193, 194b, 194c, 194d
    • Menear, Rev Ira, 175
    • Messent, Frank Ashby, 172
    • Millhouse, Eric William John, 31, 32, 35, 108
    • Mills, Hon W J G, 169, 170
    • Mines, School of,
      • compulsory pass in Intermediate Certificate English as prerequisite for entry, 13
      • Professor Kerr Grant accepted position on Council, 63
      • appreciation of the work of Prof Edward Henry Rennie and Sir George Brookman, 114
    • Mitchell, Professor Sir William,
      • preface to Jubilee booklet, 19
      • opening of the new Adelaide Teachers' College building, 20
      • 66th birthday, 22
      • conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 28, 34, 37, 40
      • photograph, 34, 38, 42, 43, 133a, 163, 164a, 172
      • thanked helpers and donors for their part in the Pageant of Learning, 48
      • tribute to Prof Robert William Chapman on his CMG, 57
      • chaired a lecture by Prof Carter Goodrich on labour and unionism in America, 63
      • replied to toast at dinner of Commerce Students, 69
      • work of Sir George Brookman for university, 71, 75
      • attended funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • returned from Melbourne meeting of standing committee of Australian universities, 104
      • laying of foundation stone of Lady Symon Building, 133a, 133b, 133c
      • annual breakup of Workers Educational Association, 134, 135
      • on new regulations for the Diploma of Commerce, 149
      • winners of music diplomas and scholarships, 152, 154
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 163, 166
      • leaving for trip to England, 172
      • to look for an entomologist for the John Melrose Laboratory during his overseas trip, 192
    • Mitton, Ronald Gladstone, 5, 111
    • Moore, Arthur Pariss Reading, 85, 173
    • Moore, Bertie Harcourt, 3, 57
    • Moore, Kathleen, 134, 135
    • Morgan, Dr Alexander Matheson, 3, 124
    • Morris, Hildred Ione, 48, 50
    • Mortlock, John Andrew Tennant, 168, 191, 192, 193
    • Moss, Ronald, 157
    • Moyes, Archdeacon John Stoward, 136, 167
    • Mudie, George Dempster, 17, 57
    • Muirhead, Henry Mortimer SM, 31, 33
    • Murray, Sir George John Robert,
      • conferring a degree on HRH the Duke of York, 5, 28, 34, 37, 40
      • on need for extra judicial assistance, 22
      • attended student concerts, 23, 43, 67
      • heard applications for admission to the Bar, 28, 29, 169
      • death of Thomas Slaney Poole, 31, 32, 55
      • photographs, 43, 104, 119, 132a, 133a, 153, 164a, 166, 194b, 194d, 194e
      • attended the funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • presided over Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • elected patron of the Graduates Association, 100
      • launch of Students Union Building project, 101, 103, 104, 105, 106
      • welcomed Dorothy Christine Somerville as first lady barrister, 115
      • 64th birthday, 119
      • his hobby of stamp collecting, 123
      • laying of the foundation stone of the Lady Symon Building, 132a, 132b, 132c, 133a, 133b, 133c
      • member of the SA Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 135
      • sworn in as Lieutenant-Governor, 153, 155, 193
      • farewell to Sir Tom Bridges, 153, 154
      • to preside at graduation ceremony, 155, 159, 162, 165, 166
      • mentioned in William Fuller's speech at the Graduates Association, 163
      • laying of foundation stone for the John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
      • to preside over meeting about the Student Union Building, 197b, 197c, 197d
    • Music Teachers' Association,
      • see also Associated Teachers' Association, 17, 60a
    • Music, Study of,
      • career opportunities for girls, 29
  • N

    • Nairn, Dr William Archibald Jock, 167
    • Napier, Justice Thomas John Mellis, 28, 129
    • Napier, Mrs Mellis, 29, 50
    • National Council of Wool Selling Brokers, 93
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley, 5, 124, 166
    • Naylor, Ruth Winnifred,
      • sang in Elder second performance of "The Family Party", 69
      • played in the sixth concert of the series, 78, 79
      • in opera class's performance, 111
      • in concert given by Francis Clive Savill Carey's pupils, 116
      • sang at Francis Clive Savill Carey's student concert, 141
      • sang in Gluck's opera "Orpheus" in second of two concluding concerts, 157
    • Nelligan, Joseph William, 33, 35
    • Newland, Dr Henry Simpson, 39, 60b, 173
    • Newling, Dr P Ray, 145
    • Newman, Edyth, 154
    • Newman, George Gough, 131
    • Norman, William Ashley, 195
    • Nott, Dr Harry Carew, 85
    • Nuyts, Pieter, 25
  • O

    • O'Connor, Richard Joseph, 158, 159
    • O'Halloran, T S, 32, 35
    • Oliphant, Harold George, 16, 86, 124
    • Oliphant, Marcus Lawrence Elwin, 86, 90, 103
    • Oliphant, Roland Harry, 54
    • Optometrist Association, 53, 54
    • Ornithological Association, 124
    • Orr, Gertrude, 152, 154
    • Orr, John Boyd, 17, 90a4
    • Osborn, Edith May, 17, 29, 48, 50, 124, 166
    • Osborn, Mrs T G B,
      • see also Osborn, Edith May
    • Osborn, Professor Theodore George Bentley,
      • to advise on research on pastures and stock nutrition, 17, 18
      • conference on Commonwealth assistance to state agriculture, 21
      • delegate to conference of Australian Association for the Advancement of Science, 23, 24
      • conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • appointed to CSIR standing committee on agricultural research, 52
      • presided over meetings of the Royal Society of South Australia, 104, 115
      • delegate to inter-state conference on plant quarantine, 117
      • plant disease census to be prepared, 118
      • photograph, 34, 38, 40, 42, 127
      • appointed professor of Botany in Sydney, 127, 128, 174
      • resignation, 146, 147
      • visit to the Koonamore experimental reserve, 157, 159
      • to present candidates for degrees in science, 159
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
  • P

    • Pacific Relations, Institute of
      • Sir Mungo William MacCallum represents Australia, 7
    • Pageant of Learning,
      • pageant of music and dances held to raise money, 29, 48, 50
      • photographs, 47, 48, 50, 51a
    • Palmer, Ethel Bradshaw, 144
    • Parsons, Harold Stephen,
      • interview with "Adelaide's premier 'cellist", 17
      • photograph, 17, 109
      • concerts by Elder Conservatorium String Quartet, 25, 26, 86, 108
      • Beethoven Memorial concert, 43
      • chamber music recital, 56, 57
      • Ravel String Quartet at Elder Conservatorium, 60a
      • Elder Conservatorium concerts, 69, 71, 72, 126, 152
      • second chamber music concert, 101
      • appointed choirmaster and organist of the Pirie Street Methodist Church, 109
      • concert by South Australian Orchestra, 114
      • organist for concert by ladies part-singing class, 115
      • played cello part in Beethoven's Trio in B flat, 124
      • played for the graduation ceremony, 165, 166
    • Parsons, Hon Justice Herbert Angas,
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • elected to the University Senate as Warden, 65, 66, 139
      • overseas trip, 2, 12
      • took seat on the Bench, 11
      • member of council, 134, 139
      • heard applications for admission to the Bar, 28, 169
      • brief biography, 53
      • photographs, 53, 65, 66, 154, 164a,
      • attended the Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • speaker at meeting to launch Students Union Building and War Memorial, 101
      • presided over annual dinner of Law Students Society, 101, 105, 105a, 106
      • re-elected President of the English Speaking Union's Adelaide branch, 154
      • mentioned in Sir George Murray’s speech at graduation ceremony, 166
      • presided over special Senate meeting, 165
      • appointed vacation judge, 169
    • Parsons, Philip Brendon Angas, 101
    • Pascoe, Hon T, 34, 37, 40, 169, 170
    • Patchell, Mary Emma, 172
    • Paton, Walter DC, 136
    • Pearce, George,
      • plays at Conservatorium concerts, 24, 25, 26, 108, 109, 111, 114, 126, 131, 152
      • played at concert in aid of the SA Student Christian Movement, 44
      • to marry Sylvia Muriel Whitington, 140
      • a student of his played in final 1927 Elder student concert, 152
    • Pennycuick, Dr Stuart Wortley,
      • short biography, 88
      • photograph, 88, 174
      • Fellow of the Royal Society of South Australia, 90, 104
      • commented on report from Germany on the production of benzine from coal, 155
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
      • awarded a Rockefeller fellowship in chemistry, 174
      • awarded grant from the Commonwealth Government's Science and Industry Endowment Fund for chemical research, 182
    • Pennycuick, Mrs, 29, 50
    • Perkins, Horace James, 29, 107
    • Perkins, Professor Arthur James, 21, 23, 24
    • Peters, Dr Geoffrey Ernest, 167
    • Pether, Lilian Gertrude Elizabeth, 43
    • Pettersson, Dr Hans, 181
    • Phipps, Ivan Francis, 120
    • Pierce, Ray, 157
    • Pilgrim, Mrs F F, 29, 50
    • Piper, Clarence Sherwood, 120, 122
    • Piper, Flora Elizabeth, 50
    • Piper, Justice A W, 61, 65, 66
    • Pittman, H A, 118, 122, 152
    • Polack, Dr J, 145
    • Poole, Canon Frederick Slaney, 4, 39, 60b, 86
    • Poole, Dr Frederic St John, 39
    • Poole, Justice Thomas Slaney,
      • health has improved, 5
      • death announced, 29, 55
      • funeral, 31, 35, 39
      • obituaries, biographies, tributes, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37
      • photograph, 31, 32, 34
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 162, 163, 166
    • Powell, Dr Henry Arthur, 56
    • Prescott, Professor James Arthur,
      • research on pastures and stock nutrition, 17, 18, 20
      • conference on Commonwealth assistance to state agriculture, 21
      • delegate to Australian Association for Advancement of Science conference, 23, 24, 90
      • research studies on irrigation and soils, 25, 27, 62, 158
      • present at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • appointed to the CSIR standing committee on agricultural research, 52
      • showed delegates of Pastoralists and Wool Selling Brokers through soils laboratory, 76, 77
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • lecture on "The Law of Diminishing Returns and Crop Production", 84, 92, 95, 96, 119
      • paper on "The Reaction of South Australian Soils" to Royal Society, 115
      • report of progress of first three years of the Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 117
      • photograph, 119
      • in charge of Waite Agricultural Institute while Prof Arnold E V Richardson away, 120
      • "Manuring as a factor in the production of increased crops", 121, 122
      • showed farmers attending the Agricultural Bureaus conference around Waite Institute, 122
      • welcomed new Roseworthy Principal Walter Richard Birks at old scholars dinner, 123
      • showed Col Huxley and Mr Amery around Waite Institute, 128
      • Waite Institute was likely to be involved in Murray River district research, 147
      • showed Dr Arthur William Hill over Waite Institute, 165
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
      • meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
      • at the laying of the foundation stone of the John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
    • Price, Archibald Grenfell,
      • to teach a WEA class in economic geography, 15
      • illustrated lecture on River Murray history to the Historical Society, 16
      • present at conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • member of the University Union building fund committee, 91
      • elected treasurer at annual meeting of the Graduates Association, 100
      • spoke at meeting supporting the proposed Student Union Building, 103
      • "A casual geography of the world" now in its 8th edition, 115
      • to attend meeting of Australian Association for Advancement of Science, 173, 178
    • Price, Mrs A Grenfell, 29
    • Priest, Gwen, 157
    • Prince, Muriel Marjory, 44, 78, 79, 111, 115, 131, 152, 157
    • Public Examinations Board,
      • supplementary Leaving Examination pass lists, 9, 10, 11
      • comment on 1927 PEB manual, 19
      • letter to 'The News' on mistake in mathematics examiner's comments, 129
      • Leaving Honours examination results, 17, 162
    • Public lectures,
      • free public lectures for music teachers, 46
      • Listerian Oration given by Dr Robert Marshall on "The future of obstetrics", 56
      • bi-annual Joseph Fisher Lecture by Prime Minister Stanley Bruce, 62, 82, 83
      • fifty years ago Prof Ralph Tate arranged 12 botanical demonstrations, 128
    • Publications,
      • first edition of magazine "Commerce" published by Commerce Students' Association, 124
    • Puddy, Betty Froome, 141, 142, 152, 154
    • Puddy, Maude Mary,
      • soloist at Beethoven Memorial concert, 43
      • played in staff and student concerts, 69, 71, 72, 77, 78, 79, 84, 101, 109, 111, 124
      • accompanied Francis Clive Savill Carey's singing, 107
      • her student, Ethel Bradshaw (Peggy) Palmer, to study in Leipzig, 144
      • teacher of student who performed in concert, 152
    • Pulleine, Dr Robert Henry,
      • future meetings of Anthropological Society to be held at the University, 84
      • discussed aboriginal fishing methods and games and amusements, 100
      • presided over meeting of the Anthropological Society, 125
      • present at Graduates' Association's annual luncheon, 163, 168
  • R

    • Raven, Jessie Frances, 78, 79
    • Ray, Dr William,
      • member of the recent expedition to Central Australia, 79, 80
      • Chair of Board for Anthropological Research, 79, 80
      • present at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended the 1927 Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • appointed to a committee to cooperate with Council and the Adelaide Hospital Board, 85
      • comments on research into causes of cancer, 90
      • to present candidates for degrees in medicine and surgery, 159
      • changes to medical degree examinations, 160
    • Ray, Mrs William, 29
    • Reed, Eileen Ruth Lathlean, 6
    • Reed, Geoffrey Sandford, 168, 173
    • Registrars,
    • Reid, Janet, 157
    • Reimann, Immanuel Gotthold,
      • to preside over annual meeting of Elder Conservatorium Association, 15
      • comment on registration of music teachers, 80, 82
      • arranged three student recitals, 136
      • reviews of concert given by his students, 142, 147
      • letter thanking music critic for positive notices on three student concerts, 150
      • presented winners of music diplomas and scholarships to the Vice-Chancellor 152, 154
      • as acting dean, presented final student concert, 17, 152, 154
      • spoke of William Silver's long career, 157
      • will present David Alexander Burnard for degree of bachelor of music, 159
      • gave a lecture on "Pianoforte playing and teaching", 55
    • Rennie, Professorr Edward Henry,
      • staff and temporary lecturers to fill in until successor is appointed, 7, 9
      • former president of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 14
      • Dr Leonard Keith Ward spoke in appreciation of the work of Prof. Edward Henry Rennie, 114
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 162, 163, 166
    • Research,
      • Federal Research Laboratory on human and animal diseases to be established, 12, 15
      • plans for CSIR and University joint project on pasture deficiencies and stock nutrition, 17, 18
      • conference with states and universities on plans for agricultural research, 18
      • report on conference on Commonwealth assistance to state agricultural research, 22
      • research by University scientists on plants and animals of islands in Nuyts Archipelago, 25
      • Animal Products Research Foundation reports, 90, 91
      • work of Waite Institute reported, 120
      • Adelaide Council not to urge for the establishment of cancer research organisation, 123
    • Residential Colleges,
      • report of two years of progress for St Mark’s College, 53
      • Sir John and Lady Duncan's gift of "Strathspey" for a residential college, 112a, 112b, 112c, 113, 114, 166
      • St Mark's College report to Synod, 115
      • Walter D C Paton appointed secretary to new Presbyterian College, 115
      • R R P Barbour appointed master of new St Andrew's Residential College, 173
    • Rhodes Scholarship,
      • Myles Landseer Formby, 5
      • Herbert Isaac Coombs, 12, 52
      • Dr Howard Walter Florey appointed Huddersfield lecturer, 66
      • annual dinner held in Oxford attended by several Australian scholars, 75
      • Norman William Jolly, first SA Rhodes Scholar, 97
      • Ronald Gladstone Mitton, 111
      • Henry Herman Leopold Adolph Brose, 113
      • Dr Frederick Lewis Thyer, 1, 127, 134
      • nominations for South Australian scholarship, 128, 135
      • Franz William Wagner, 146, 149
      • applications called for the position of keeper of the new Rhodes House library in Oxford, 163
      • reports for academic year 1926-27, 174, 175
    • Richards, Justice Frederick William, 21, 22, 28, 29
    • Richardson, Dr Arnold Edwin Victor,
      • spoke on benefits of science and education applied to agriculture, 2
      • to investigate mineral composition of Australian fodder plants, 18
      • conference on Commonwealth assistance to state agriculture, 21
      • Dr S S Cameron writes preface of Dr Richardson's contribution to Victoria's agriculture, 22
      • delegate to Australian Association for Advancement of Science conference, 23, 24
      • spoke at the Central Agricultural Bureau on agricultural research, 26
      • to collaborate with Irrigation Commission on soil research, 27
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • appointed to CSIR, 52, 57, 89
      • photograph, 57, 92, 151
      • introduced delegates to Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 76, 77
      • reported the funds and financing of agricultural reseach and organisations overseas, 79, 80
      • support from Country Party for his proposed agricultural research, 82
      • attended the Joseph Fisher lecture given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • showed the Prime Minister, Senator and Premier over the Waite Institute, 84
      • to leave on mission to London, 85
      • A Oliver Badman support on value of agricultural research, 86
      • to investigate mineral deficiencies in fodder plants, 90, 91
      • to attend Imperial Conference for the co-ordination of agricultural research, 92
      • delighted with "magnificent gift" from John Melrose, 93
      • short biography, 94
      • spoke at Roseworthy Winter School, 95, 96
      • detailed report of address on wheat production given to farmers, 98, 99
      • leaving for Melbourne and London, 103, 104
      • commented on soil chemistry research, 103
      • left to attend an Imperial Conference on Agricultural Research, 107
      • report on progress of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 117
      • to attend conference of the Commonwealth Research Council in London, 118, 120
      • Imperial Agricultural Research Conference, 124, 125, 126, 134, 136, 147, 149, 151, 152
      • comments on research at Rothamsted Low temperature Research Station, 131
      • State not sharing expenses for his attendance at the Empire Conference, 132d
      • reports on research into mineral deficiencies of pasture, 152
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's geaduation address, 166
      • Agricultural Education Bill, 168, 179
      • praise for his work with the Waite institute, 169
      • comment on the proposed visit to Australia of Sir John Russell, 178
      • work mentioned by Prof H G Denham, 186, 187
      • mentioned in reports of laying of foundation stone of John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
    • Riddle, Wynne St Clare, 158, 159
    • Roach, Esma, 152, 154
    • Robertson, Iris Esther, 114
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • short biography, 11
      • photograph,11, 66
      • sceptical on gland rejuvenation, 12
      • to lead joint research project on stock nutrition, 17, 18
      • on vitamins and health, 27
      • present at conferring of honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • on war and eugenics, 53
      • co-operation between pure science and industrial development essential, 64, 65
      • elected to Council, 65, 66
      • instrumental in forming an employment bureau to benefit students and industry, 68
      • attended funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • addressed Graziers' Convention, 74
      • spoke at conference of National Woolgrowers' Council of Australia, 75, 76, 77
      • on the value of scientific research, 78
      • Prof T H Laby's comments on inadequate support for research in physics, 86
      • on recent research into causes of cancer, 88
      • spoke about pastures, animal nutrition and selective breeding, 90, 91
      • on the "Age of Biology", 100
      • soils and pasture research carried out with the Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 120
      • on "Our System of Education", 126
      • on need for courses and training in experimental biology and chemistry, 137
      • relationship between smoking and alcohol and cancer of the mouth and throat, 150
      • part of proposed co-operative research with UK and USA, 152
      • CSIR's first annual report comments on his work on animal nutrition, 158
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 166
      • mentioned in article on value of research into agricultural problems, 171
      • Prof H G Denham to confer, 187
    • Robertson, Sydney Clifford, 114
    • Robinson, J Emlyn, 174
    • Robinson, Roy Lister, 17, 57
    • Rogers, Dr Richard Sanders, 115, 173, 178
    • Rogers, Leslie Sanders, 17, 85
    • Rollison, Gerald Dominic, 28, 29, 101
    • Ronald, Stuart Douglas, 31, 32, 35
    • Rose Grainger Orchestral Fund, 17, 28
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • Walter John Colebatch, principal, 27, 52, 75, 87
      • a social and dance to farewell H C Pritchard and welcome Walter Richard Birks, 91
      • Prof Arnold E V Richardson spoke at Winter School, 95, 96, 98, 99
      • mentioned in editorial on benefits of agricultural science, 109
      • research into salinity problems, 119
      • annual reunion dinner of old scholars, 123
      • photograph, 90a1
    • Rossiter, James Leonard, 17, 111
    • Roupell, Arthur Norton, 33, 103, 173
    • Rowing,
      • Dr Frederick LewisThyer, Rhodes Scholar, on rowing in Oxford, 1, 134
      • University's team gone to compete in the Australian championships, 52
    • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, 144
    • Royal Society of South Australia,
      • new fellows admitted, 90
      • Dr Karl Krahmann, Berlin University, to give a lecture on geophysics, 101
      • report of meetings, 104, 115
      • Prof John Burton Cleland appointed president, 127
      • report of annual meeting, 128
      • review of Prof Rudolf Krahmann's lecture, 129
    • Royal Society of St George, 33, 37
    • Rudall, R T, 135
    • Russell, Dr Henry Herbert Ernest, 56
    • Russell, Sir John, 178
    • Rutherford, Sir Ernest, 181
    • Rynpam,
      • the Rynpam or 'floating university' arrived in Naples, 7
  • S

    • Sabine, Ernest Maurice, 1, 12
    • Samuel, Geoffrey,
      • experiments on tomato wilt, 27
      • reports loss of wheat through preventable diseases, 61
      • working with H.A.Pittman on tomato wilt, 120, 122
      • discussed tomato wilt with Dr Arthur William Hill, 165
      • mention in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
      • mentioned in report of laying of foundation stone of John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
    • Sandery, Charles Arthur, 31, 32, 35, 39
    • Sangster, Dr John Clive, 167
    • Saunders, Pepita Cerda, 50
    • Schilsky, Charles,
      • to perform at a chamber music concert, 25
      • performed in staff concerts, 25, 26, 56, 57, 60a, 69, 71, 72, 86, 101, 108, 124, 126
      • public lecture on violin teaching, 63
      • his pupil, Harry Hutchens, praised, 116, 152
    • Scholarships,
      • John Creswell Scholarship awarded to Dorothy Maud Wright, 8
      • Council established two annual music scholarships and two annual exhibitions in music, 22
      • three scholarships for Bachelor of Dental Surgery, 41a, 45
      • Sir Thomas Hudson Beare, holder of first South Australian Scholarship, 78
      • Marcus Lawrence Elwin Oliphant awarded Exhibition Science Research Scholarship, 86
      • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research offering five scholarships, 86
      • free return passages awarded annually by shipping lines to, 19
      • university students, 90, 101
      • St Mark's College report to Synod appeals for scholarship endowments, 115
      • SA Commercial Travellers' Association scholarship proposed in 1877, 119
      • report by Joseph Garnett Wood on his Jubilee Exhibition Fund scholarship research, 121
      • four Australian Forestry School research scholarships available, 141, 142
    • Schulz, Dr Adolf John, 20
    • Science and Industry Endowment Act, 115, 118
    • Scollin, Mollie, 154
    • Scott, Dr Malcolm Leslie, 112b, 114, 173
    • Scott, Ronald Melville, 57, 135
    • Segnit, Ralph Walter, 15
    • Senate, University of Adelaide,
      • fifty years ago the Senate was inaugurated, 13, 33
      • Hon Justice Herbert Angas Parsons elected as Warden, 65, 66, 139
      • alterations to statutes and regulations for St Mark's College and "Strathspey", 137
      • Frederick William Eardley re-elected Clerk, 139
      • report of meeting, elections and alterations to regulations and statutes, 140, 141
      • special meetings to consider change to regulation VII, 155, 160, 165
      • photograph, 162
    • Sharp, Canon William Hey, 17
    • Shepherd, E J, 34, 37, 40, 52, 168
    • Shepley, Arthur Raymond, 57
    • Shorney, Mrs H F, 29, 50
    • Short, Dr Augustus, 10
    • Siegale, Mabel, 152, 154
    • Silver, William, 69, 71, 72, 77, 78, 79, 129, 152, 157
    • Simpson, A A, 144
    • Sinclair, Jean Lily, 50, 141, 157
    • Sir Samuel McCaughey Bequest, 169
    • Skinner, Mostyn, 157
    • Skipper, Eleanor, 154
    • Smeaton, Lieutenant Colonel, 66
    • Smith, Dr William Ramsay, 138
    • Smith, Gordon Wearing, 14
    • Smith, Imelda, 77, 78, 79, 154
    • Smith, Louis Laybourne, 192, 197b, 197c, 197d
    • Smith, Mrs Viner, 29
    • Smith, Robert Barr, 166
    • Smith, Roy Frisby, 72, 84, 96, 97
    • Smith, Sydney Talbot, 100
    • Smith, Tom Elder Barr,
      • progress of Elder, Smith & Co, 6
      • present at the conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • appointed to the first council for development of "Strathspey", 112b, 114
      • donated £20,000 for the new Barr Smith Library building, 113
      • retiring member of Council available for re-election, 134
      • re-elected to Senate, 139
      • listed as benefactor in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 163, 165, 166
    • Sobels, Stella, 157
    • Solomon, Dr George Herbert, 167
    • Solomon, Ella, 154
    • Somerville, Dorothy Christine, 115
    • South Australian Commercial Travellers' Association, 119
    • South Australian Dental Association, 116, 145, 157
    • South Australian Music Teachers' Association, 82, 99
    • South Australian Orchestra,
      • funding problems and appeals, 28, 54, 55
      • Beethoven Commemoration concert, 43
      • reviews of concerts, 61, 84, 102, 114
      • attendance of school children at concerts very beneficial, 68
      • co-operated with Adelaide Bach Society in many concerts, 81
      • Mignon Weston, formerly principal oboist, now performing and lecturing in Melbourne, 91
      • conductor William Henry Foote to celebrate birthday, 107
    • South Australian Scholarship, 78
    • South Australian School of Mines and Industries, 69, 70, 71, 72
    • South Australian Student Christian Movement, 44
    • Southwood, Dr Albert Ray, 85, 116
    • Sowden, Sir William, 171, 173, 178
    • Sport,
      • report of Adelaide Teachers College student council detailing sport successes, 5
      • Adelaide City Council granted extra land for university sport provisions, 124
    • Sprod, Mrs Milo, 29, 50
    • St Marks College, 53, 115, 150
    • St Peters College, 17, 90a3
    • Staff,
      • staff and temporary lecturers to fill in until successor to Prof. E H Rennie appointed, 7
      • organist sought, 7
      • appointments and changes for first term, 13
      • Harold Eustace Wylde' replacement to be appointed, 22
      • members of staff to assist with the "Pageant of Learning", 29
      • staff present at the conferring of an honorary degree on the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • staff attended the state funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • staff attended a levee at Government House, 60b
      • staff attended the funeral of Sir George Brookman, 73
      • staff attended the Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce given by the Prime Minister, 82
      • new appointments in Faculties of Medicine, Law and Dentistry, 173
      • several staff to attend the nineteenth meeting of the CSIResearch in Hobart, 173, 178
    • State Government, 110
    • State Library of South Australia, 25
    • Statistics, 7, 136
    • Statutes, 140, 141
    • Sterry, Agnes, 14
    • Stevens, Edgar Loveday, 39, 44
    • Stevens, Rev Aubrey Clement, 15, 39, 60b, 82, 164a
    • Stewart, Professor John McKellar,
      • university contact for proposed WEA courses, 13
      • 49th birthday, 31
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • attended lecture by the Prime Minister, 82
      • elected to the committee of Graduates' Association, 100
      • appointed to first council of "Strathspey", 112b, 114
      • spoke on need for quality tutors in extension study opportunities, 135
      • photographed in procession into Elder Hall for graduation, 164a, 164b
    • Stirling, Sir John Lancelot, 7, 51b
    • Stow, Francis Leslie, 74
    • Strehlow, Theodor Georg Heinrich, 145, 158, 159
    • Streich, Dr Carl Ivo, 1, 29
    • Strong, Professor Sir Archibald Thomas,
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • gave lecture on “The Wooden O” to Shakespeare Society, 46
      • on Australian poetry, 50
      • attended a levee at Government House, 60a, 60b
      • photograph, 60b, 134
      • spoke on folk ballads and broadside ballads, 101
      • wrote poem "Australia, 1905", 116
      • reappointed by Council to Public Library Board, 134
      • spoke to the English Speaking Union on his recent trip to India, 134
      • comments on holiday reading, 150
    • Stuart, Noel Harry, 124
    • Stuart, Walter Leslie, 21, 22, 29, 31
    • Student Accountants Association, 8
    • Student Activities & Protests,
      • student enthusiasm at conferring of an honorary degree on HRH the Duke of York, 39
      • inter-university debating competitions, 62, 81
      • reports on student pranks, 105a, 106
    • Student Union,
      • University Union building to begin, 81
      • meeting supported proposed Student Union Building and voted for voluntary levy, 103
      • Senate agreed to annual student fee for maintenance of Student Union, 140
      • Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation cerremony, 166
      • public meeting about the Student Union Building, 197b, 197c, 197d
    • Students Christian Movement, 165
    • Students' Union Building and War Memorial Fund, 108
    • Supreme Court of South Australia, 28, 29
    • Swan, Frank Martin, 85
    • Swift, Dr Brian Herbert, 7, 39
    • Swift, Harry Houghton, 2, 57
    • Symon, Lady, 133a
    • Symon, Sir Josiah Henry,
    • Symons, Dr Mark Johnston, 9, 11
    • Symons, Reginald Albert, 169
  • T

    • Tassie, Hon H, 145, 157
    • Tassie, Robert Wilson, 57
    • Tassie, Winifred, 154
    • Tate, Professor Ralph, 31, 123, 128
    • Teacher training, 118
    • Taylor, J K, 120
    • Theology, Faculty of, 52, 114
    • Thieler, Sir Arnold, 17, 90a4
    • Thomas, Dr Arthur Nutter, 10, 12, 149
    • Thomas, Sylvia Caroline Curtis, 126
    • Thomson, Harry, 135
    • Thyer, Dr Frederick Lewis, 1, 127, 128, 134
    • Tidemann, Ernest Phillips, 154
    • Tidemann, Harold, 157
    • Tillyard, Dr R J, 137, 186
    • Tindale, Norman B, 84
    • Tinline, George, 171
    • Tonkin, Phyllis Anna, 17, 50, 157
    • Torr, Dr William George, 117
    • Trades and Labor Council, 16, 33, 37
    • Trüdinger, Dr Malcolm August, 167
    • Trüdinger, Dr Ronald, 157, 160
    • Trumble, Hugh Christian,
      • showed delegates around the Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 76
      • nominated a fellow of Royal Society of SA, 90
      • short biography, 94
      • photograph, 94
      • elected a fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 104
      • research on botanical changes in pasture, 120
      • discussed local grasses, fodder plants and pasture with Dr Arthur William Hill, 165
      • given leave to visit UK for research, 191
    • Tryon, Henry, 171
    • Tucker, Professor Thomas George, 9, 13, 14
  • U

    • Universities, other,
      • University of Sydney, 66, 84
      • London University, 9, 17, 46, 75
      • University of Queensland, 86
      • proposed establishment of a national university, 128, 131
      • new University to be built in Perth, 136
      • reply to greetings sent to University of Louvain on 500th anniversary, 150
      • University of Western Australia, 160
      • applications called for the position of keeper of the new Rhodes House library, 163
      • School of Tropical Medicine, 175
    • University Choral Society, 84
    • University Students Council,
      • discussion on funding the University Union building, 91
    • Ure, Constance Douglas, 17, 48, 50, 124, 157
  • V

    • Vardon, Dorothy, 157
    • Vardon, E C, 52
    • Verco, Gladys Kathleen, 17, 78, 79
    • Verco, Sir Joseph Cooke,
      • short biography, 5
      • present at conferring of degree on HRH the Duke of York, 34, 37, 40
      • attended a levee at Government House, 60b
      • photograph, 60b, 164a
      • celebrates his 76 birthday, 97
      • congratulated Prof Theodore George Bentley Osborn, 127
      • replied to Dr P Ray Newling's criticism of the training of local dentists. 145
      • to present the candidates for degrees in dentistry, 159
    • Virgo, Jean Ysobel, 142, 150, 152, 154
    • Visiting lecturers,
      • Prof Carter Goodrich, 59, 62, 63, 68
      • Dr Rudolf Krahmann, 128
  • W

    • Wadey, Walter Henry, 39
    • Wagner, Franz William, 146, 149
    • Wait, Yvonne Lois, 90
    • Waite Agricultural Research Institute,
      • research on pasture deficiencies, 17, 18
      • irrigation research by CSIR and Waite Institute, 20, 25, 27
      • Dr Richardson's contribution as the new Director of the Waite Institute, 22
      • position vacant for soil survey officer, 25
      • experiments on tomato wilt, 27, 122
      • greater use of science in agriculture to be encouraged, 17, 61
      • Prof. James Arthur Prescott presented report on soil survey, 62
      • delegates to Federal Conference of Pastoralists and Wool Selling Brokers visited, 76, 77
      • visit of the Prime Minister, Senator McLachlan and Premier, 84
      • letter by "Onlooker" on Mr Bruce's visit to the Waite Institute, 85
      • government financial support for agricultural research proposed, 87
      • gift of £10,000 from John Melrose, 90a2, 91, 92, 93, 94
      • funds made available for extensions at the Institute, 91, 92, 93
      • report by CSIR on joint research with Waite Institute, 93
      • need for agricultural education and scientific research, 95, 96
      • soil chemistry research in co-operation with CSIR, Merbein, 103
      • mentioned in editorial on benefits of agricultural science, 109
      • launch by State Government of new agricultural policy including grants to Waite Institute, 110
      • work of Institute on plant diseases, 115
      • working to obtain an entomologist to do research into fungus and insect pests, 117
      • article reporting the progress of the first three years, 117
      • insect proof glasshouses used in experiments, 118, 120
      • farmers visit the Institute, 122
      • successful tenderer for new laboratories is H S C Jarvis, 127
      • Col Huxley and Mr Amery of the Empire Marketing Board visit, 128
      • likely to be involved in Murray River district research, 147
      • CSIR's first annual report includes comments on Waite Institute, 158
      • Dr Arthur Hill praises Waite Institute, 161, 163, 165, 168
      • Bill proposes enlargement of work of Institute and increased grant of money, 161
      • wheat crops at Urrbrae yielding 40 to 50 bushels per acre, 167
      • Agricultural Education Bill, 168, 169, 170, 179
      • proposed visit of Sir John Russell, 178
      • Prof H G Denham shown over Waite, 186, 187
      • Foundation stone for John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193, 194a, 194b, 194c, 194d, 194e
    • Waite, Peter,
      • gifts, 6
      • bequest establishes Urrbrae Agricultural High School, 8
      • portrait hangs in the Council room, 78, 79
      • listed as benefactor in Sir George John Robert Murray's graduation address, 166
      • laying of the foundation stone of the John Melrose Laboratory, 191, 192, 193
    • Wallace, Prof R S, 66
    • Walsh, Marjorie, 152, 154
    • Ward, Dr Leonard Keith,
      • attended funeral of Thomas Slaney Poole, 39
      • commented on scientific prospecting for ore, oil and coal, 73, 74
      • reported on S.A. brown coal deposits, 78
      • lectured on the evolution of continents and oceans, 86
      • spoke of the work of Prof. Edward Henry Rennie and Sir George Brookman, 114
    • Watkins, Daisy Eileen, 48, 50
    • Watson, H R, 157
    • Watson, Joy, 157
    • Watt, Fanny Eileen, 124
    • Way Memorial College, 117
    • Way, Sir Samuel James, 51b, 94
    • Webb, Irene Margaret Thomson, 152, 154
    • Webb, Noel Augustin, 1, 39, 128
    • Weeks, Mrs Norley, 29
    • Wehrstedt, Rev Walter Franz, 3, 4
    • Wells, Kiwi, 157
    • Wemyss, Eleanor Evelyn Beatrice, 171
    • West, J E, 68
    • West, Reginald Arthur, 109
    • Weston, Mignon, 91
    • White, Jean, 152, 154
    • Whitham, Annie Beatrice, 14
    • Whitington, Louis Arnold, 37, 115
    • Whitington, Sylvia Muriel,
      • to perform at a chamber music concert, 25
      • principal violinist at Beethoven Memorial concert, 43
      • played in a chamber music recital, 56, 57
      • played the Ravel String Quartet, 60a
      • principal violinist with South Australian Orchestra, 61, 84, 102, 114
      • leader of orchestra for the opera class's performances, 67, 69, 157
      • played in Elder Conservatorium String Quartet performances, 25, 26, 86, 108
      • played at second chamber music concert, 101
      • played in Elder Conservatorium's ninth concert, 109, 111
      • review of third recital in which she played the viola part in Mozart's Minuetto in D, 124
      • played the viola in twelfth Elder Conservatorium concert, 126
      • to marry George Pearce, 140
      • her students mentioned in review of student concert, 152
    • Wibberley, Rev Brian, 7
    • Wiebusch, Adele Maria Dorothea, 147
    • Williams, Hartley, 51c, 52, 114
    • Williams, J H, 157
    • Willsmore, Elsie Victoria, 20
    • Wilson, Dr Thomas George, 56, 85, 173
    • Wilton, Prof John Raymond, 34, 37, 40, 100
    • Windle, Flora, 154
    • Winwood, William Weston, 57
    • Women,
      • information on Medicine as a career for girls, 25
      • CSIR has position vacant for female statistical recorder, 25
      • career opportunities in music for girls, 29
      • enrolment patterns for women students, 149
      • a scholarship for the Bachelor of Dental Surgery to be reserved for women, 41a, 45
      • Pageant of Learning held to raise funds for Lady Symon Building, 29, 48, 50
    • Women's Non-Party Association, 14,15, 24
    • Wood, Joseph Garnett, 52, 121, 123, 182
    • Wood, Sir Henry, 17, 60a
    • Woodruff, Prof A H, 75, 76, 77
    • Woods, Nelly Hooper, 158, 159
    • Woolcock, Dr Rosslyn James, 167
    • Woollard, Dr Herbert Henry,
      • appointed Elder Professor of Anatomy, 19
      • arrived from England, 108
      • licensed to practise anatomy, 115
      • nominated for membership of the Royal Society, 115
      • comments on blood groups and blood tests as a test for paternity, 152
      • speaker at annual lunch of Graduates' Association, 158, 161, 163, 168
      • graduated Doctor of Medicine ad eundum gradum, 163
      • mentioned in Sir George John Robert Murray's address at graduation, 166
      • appointed honorary consulting anatomist, 172
      • review of his new book "Recent Advances in Anatomy", 172, 173
    • Workers Educational Association [WEA],
      • A.L.H.Mackay spoke of WEA studies and students as classes resumed, 13
      • Educational Conference at Gawler, 15, 16
      • offers tutorial classes in co-operation with University, subjects and tutors, 20
      • Professor Cedric Stanton Hicks lectured on nutrition and 'sources of vital energy', 21
      • Professor William Keith Hancock lectured on "The Dangers of Mediocrity", 24
      • 10th annual report, 24
      • federal council meeting held in Melbourne, 56
      • G W Gibson lectures on the Colwyn and Blanesboroug reports, 94, 100
      • report by Alexander Leslie Gordon MacKay on current session, 114
      • members of public speaking classes visited Parliament House, 128
      • six free public lectures to be given by Principal Edward Sidney Kiek, 129
      • report of annual break-up, 135
    • Wright, Dorothy Maud, 8
    • Wright, Dr George Herbert, 15
    • Wunderly, Dr H W, 167
    • Wylde, Harold Eustace, 7, 22, 127
  • Y

    • Yoerger, Katy, 23, 24, 51c, 52
    • York, HRH the Duke of,
      • arrangements for the Royal Visit and conferring a degree ad eundum gradum, 4, 5, 28, 30
      • no provision for music in royal visit official program noted, 17
      • The News denies The Register's report on alterations to conferring honorary degree, 31
      • received honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, 34, 37, 40, 41a, 41b
      • photographs, 34, 38, 42, 43, 44
      • report on the royal visit, 40
      • suggested an exchange of professors, 45
      • description of the Duke's opening of Federal Parliament, 198b, 198c, 198d, 198e
    • Young, Gavin David, 78, 79
    • Young, Walter James, 34, 37, 40, 139, 194b