Index to Volume 18 (1928-1929) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Agricultural Science, Faculty of,
      • Council has announced the creation of a Faculty of Agricultural Science, 129
      • recommendation for establishment of a Chair of Agriculture, 72
    • Agriculture, Study of,
      • land at Fullarton to be used for an agricultural high school, 3
      • regulations relating to degree in agricultural science, 104, 105
      • value of agricultural education lectures given at meeting of Teachers' College, 71
    • Alderman, Arthur Richard, MSc,
      • on a field trip to Tea Tree Creek, 78
      • to teach in the absence of Sir Douglas Mawson, 171, 175
      • photograph, 182b
    • Allen, Dr Eleanor Alice, BA,
      • gave first of a series of lectures on Child Psychology, 62
      • to lecture on "Research Work in Psychology as Seen in London", 94
      • delivered the last lecture upon child psychology, 196m
    • Angas Engineering Exhibition,
      • won by Robert A Simpson, 126
    • Angas, Charles Howard,
      • obituary and photograph, 113
    • Angas Parsons, Philip Brendan, LLB,
      • admitted to the Bar, 115
      • conferred with Bachelor of Laws, 116
      • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189
      • photograph, 189, 196n
    • Appleby, Dr Harold Henry, MBBS,
      • studying in Edinburgh, 91
    • Archibald Henry Peake Bursary,
      • awarded to Colin Grant, 122
    • Arts, Faculty of,
      • Professor John Raymond Wilton MA DSc appointed Dean, 108
    • Astronomy,
      • lecture by Professor Robert William Chapman MA to the Astronomical Society, 65
    • Australian Music Examinations Board,
      • annual conference, 14
      • photograph of Board members, 15
      • board should be supported, 56
      • Professor W A Laver in Adelaide for examinations of Australian Music Examinations Board, 88
      • examination results have been released, 99
    • Australian School of Forestry,
      • Australian School of Forestry has been completed in Canberra, 81
  • B

    • Bagster, Professor Lancelot Salisbury, DSc,
      • awarded a grant for work on essential oils, 109
    • Bald, R C,
      • on "Cost of Books", 192c
      • lecture "Mistakes we Make Everyday", 192d
      • on "Beauty of Words", 192f
    • Barbour, Dorothy Jean,
      • in Final Students Concert, 109
    • Barwell, Sir Henry Newman, LLB,
      • Agent-General in England, 89
      • denies rumours that he was about to resign, 130
      • on ‘The Organisation and Administration of Public Health’, 167
    • Basedow, Dr Herbert., BSc PhD,
      • informed of the amount of radium received for cancer treatment, 90
    • Basnett, Olive, LRAM,
      • to teach singing at the Conservatorium, 14
      • photograph, 14
    • Bayly, William R, BA BSc,
      • elected vice president of the Classical Association, 31
      • has retired from the Council, 99
      • nominated and elected to senate, 104, 107, 109
      • resigns as Headmaster of Prince Alfred College, 127
      • appointed to the Advisory Council of Education, 177
      • photograph, 185
    • Beard, Dr Jack Roland Stanley Grose, MBBS,
      • appointed tutor in obstetrics, 126
    • Beare, Sir Thomas Hudson, BA BSc
      • brief biography and photograph, 89, 166
    • Beare, Dr Frank Howard, MBBS,
      • reappointed honorary assistant physician, 196i
    • Becker, J H Dr, MDMS (Marburg)
      • credentials as a bone fide medical doctor questioned, 171
      • issues writ against Smith’s newspapers, 178
    • Begg, P Raymond, BDSc,
      • appointed Lecturer in Dentistry, 108
    • Bennett, Richard William, LLB KC,
      • obituary and photograph, 150
      • bequeathed £500 for annual prizes and a scholarship for students of the law school, 176
    • Bequests, gifts & endowments,
      • in annual report, 2
      • major gifts, 6
      • W J Young gives money for railings, 116, 118
      • Edward Neale’s bequest for medical research, in particular cancer research, 5, 118
      • Richard Bennett bequeathed £500 for annual prizes and a scholarship for students of the law school, 176
      • Sir Josiah Symons to bequeath his books to the public of Adelaide, 44
      • Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd donated £2,000 for research on wheat, 76, 118
      • Koonamore Flora Reserve vested in the University Council for study of regeneration of the native flora, 88
      • Will of Ronald Lindsay Johnson, which benefits the University, brought before the courts, 92
      • The Carnegie Corporation gives $US5000 for co-operative adult education program, 108, 118
      • Sir John Melrose gives £10,000 for laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 118, 129
      • T E Barr Smith’s donation for library, 119
      • Sir Langdon Bonython’s gift to become available in 1930, 119
      • Empire Marketing Board and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research both give £3000 toward a laboratory for co-operative investigation on pasture and soil problems, 129
      • Percy Grainger gives a further £100 in aid of the SA Orchestra, 152
      • From “Fifty Years Ago”, Commercial Travellers' Association provides £150 for scholarship, 154
      • Darling family donates £10,000 for laboratories at Waite Institute for soil research, 155, 156
      • Mrs G A Jury gave £12,000 in 1921 to create a Chair of Literature, 160
      • Dr William Ramsay Smith gives over 800 books to the library, 166
      • Mr Richard William Bennett, LLB KC bequeaths £500 to provide annual prizes and a scholarship for law students, 176
    • Berry, Frances Winifred, MA,
      • learning modern methods of education in UK, 160
      • appointed delegate to the British Commonwealth League Conference, 184
      • photograph, 184
    • Berry, Professor R J A,
      • expert in mental health holidaying in Adelaide, photograph, 126
    • Bickersteth, Rev Kenneth Julian Faithful, MA,
      • elected to the committee of the Classical Association, 31
      • appointed to the Advisory Council of Education, 177
      • photograph, 188b
    • Bills, James, BA,
      • appointed Headmaster of King's College, 25, 36
      • photograph, 36
    • Birks, Walter Richard, BSc(Agric),
      • Writes on ‘Farming as a Profession’, 80
      • photograph, 80
    • Bleby, Dorothy Aileen,
      • 1926 recipient of the Bundey prize, 12
    • Bleby, Thelma Evelyn, LLB,
      • 1923 recipient of the Bundey prize, 12
      • to begin practice on her own, 90
    • Bonython Hall,
      • University negotiating with government for lands on which to build great hall, 130
    • Bonython, Sir John Langdon, BA(Cam),
      • brief biography and photograph, 95, 188b
      • presentation at Council of the School of Mines, 102
      • Sir George Murray pays tribute to Sir Langdon Bonython for his gifts, 118
      • donated money for a great hall, 130
      • now the senior Australian knight, 175
      • at the Levee at Government House, photograph, 185
      • "A Distinguished Australian", photograph, 199
    • Booth, Sydney Russell, BA,
      • Chairman of SA branch of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 89
      • supports the creation of a Chair of Economics, 94
      • appointed chairman of the Board of Commercial Studies, 108
    • Bornstein, Peter,
    • Botany, Chair of,
      • Council has decided not to fill at present, 129, 130
    • Bragg, Professor Sir William Bragg, DSc FRS KBE,
      • brief biography, 41, 89
      • photographs, 41, 77
      • encouraged Professor Richard Daniel Kleemann to attend the university, 70
      • Nobel prize, 44
      • congratulated on his presidency of the British Association, 118
      • addressed the British Association on role of research in supporting industry, 77, 97, 98, 99
    • Bragg, Professor William Lawrence, DSc FRS,
      • brief biography as part of an article "South Australians Abroad", 89
      • Nobel prize, 44
      • brief biography, 8, 41
    • Bray, John J,
      • awarded a Government bursary to study law, 122
    • Brebner,Charles Cave, LLB,
      • appointed Lecturer in commercial law, 126
    • Broadbent (nee Chapple) Mrs Marian, BA,
      • daughter of Frederick Chapple, resides in Adelaide, 76
    • Bronner, Rudolph, MA,
      • left for Freiburg to write his doctoral thesis, 1
    • Brose, Dr Henry Herman Leopold Adolph, BSc,
      • brief biography as part of an article "South Australians Abroad", 89
    • Brown, Dr Gilbert,
      • appointed instructor in anaesthetics, 108
    • Brown, Professor William Jethro, LLD,
      • letter regarding Prof Herbert Woollard's lecture on genetics of the feeble minded, 55, 59
      • presided over a meeting of the Economic Society, 67
      • President of the Economic Society, 89
      • believes creation of economics course of practical use to the business community, 94
    • Buildings,
      • photograph of erection of new science laboratory, 6, 17
      • university looking to acquire new lands to extend buildings, 14
      • support for university eastern extension, 15
      • photograph of construction of Lady Symon Building, 17, 133a
      • photograph of entrance to the University, 37, 137
      • appeal for £20,000 for new chemistry building, 77, 78
      • "Fifty Years Ago” all the tenders for the new buildings rejected, 125
      • Sir Langdon Bonython has provided funds for a great hall, 130
      • refectory for members of the student union has been finished, 132
      • Government preparing Bill to provide University with more land, 144, 145a, 145b, 149
      • photograph of recently completed women’s changing rooms, 182a
    • Bundey Prize,
      • won by P C Greenland, 12
    • Burdon, Roy Stanley, BSc,
      • to deliver the physics lectures for the Workers' Education Association, 130
    • Burgess, Amy,
      • photograph of delegate to the Commonwealth League Conference, 184
    • Burston, Dr Samuel Roy, MBBS,
      • reappointed honorary assistant physician, 196i
  • C

    • Cairns, Dr Hugh William Bell, MBBS,
      • now assistant surgeon at a London Hospital, 129
    • Calender,
      • university calendar, 3
    • Campbell, Professor Arthur Fitzgerald, MA,
      • elected vice president of University Graduates' Association, 56
    • Campbell, Dr Thomas Draper, DSc.,
      • at Koonibba Mission studying the lives of full-blooded aborigines, 70
      • will join a scientific expedition to central Australia, photograph, 179
    • Carey, Francis Clive Savill, BA MusBac,
      • responds to Maurice Besley's caustic criticism of Australians and their music, 94
    • Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship,
      • three Spence scholars, 135
      • founded 1912, 77
    • Casson, Leslie Frank, MA,
      • the J L Young scholar, 117
    • Ceremonies and Celebrations,
      • opening of Division of Animal Nutrition laboratory by the Prime Minister, Mr Bruce, 95
      • annual University concert and procession to be held in March, 113
      • Annual Commemoration Luncheon of the Graduates' Association, 117
      • Jubilee of the SA branch of the British Medical Association, 163, 165
      • University Ball, 196j
    • Chamberlain, Reginald Roderic St.Clair, LLB,
      • appointed Crown Prosecutor, photograph, 76
    • Chancellors,
      • Sir George Murray, photograph, 110
      • Sir George Murray presides at commemoration, 118
    • Chapman Professor Robert William, MA CMG,
      • honours conferred by the Governor, 27
      • biography, photograph, 27, 103, 144, 188a1, 188b
      • on reasons why the University is land for proposed expansion, 42
      • to represent the university at the conference of the Australian Universities, 59
      • to represent South Australian institutions at the Australian Library Conference, 64
      • lecture to the Astronomical Society, 65, 69
      • addressed the Constitutional Club on "The University in Relation to Community Life", 68, 69
      • on the success of Professor Richard Daniel Kleemann, 70
      • attended the break-up of the Workers' Education Association, 100
      • made a presentation to Sir Langdon Bonython, 102
      • awarded the Peter Nicol Russell memorial medal for engineering, 103, 108, 144
      • acting Vice Chancellor, 118
      • lecture on globular clusters, 149
      • selected as one of the engineers to enquire into the subsidence at Eildon Weir, 151
    • Chapple, Dr Harold, BSc,
      • son of Frederick Chapple is head gynaecologist at Guy's Hospital, 76
    • Chapple, Dr Phoebe, BSc MBBS,
      • daughter of Frederick Chapple, practising in Adelaide, 76
    • Chapple, Dr Frederic John, BSc MB ChB,
      • son of Frederick Chapple, practising in Adelaide, 76
    • Chapple, Alfred, BSc,
      • son of Frederick Chapple, lecturing at St John's College, 76
    • Chapple, Ernest, BSc,
      • son of Frederick Chapple, is manager of the British and Bombay Trading company, 76
    • Chemistry, Faculty of,
      • Dr A Killen Macbeth to take up the position of Professor of Chemistry, 3
    • Chinner, Norman,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship for organ playing, 3
    • Cilento, Dr Raphael West, MD,
      • appointed Chief Quarantine Officer and Director of the Division of Tropical Hygiene, 55, 74
      • to undertake a medical survey of Melanesia, 82
      • returns from visit to leper colony, 125
    • Clark, Edward Vincent, BSc,
      • becomes Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 2
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton, MD,
      • on "Health Reflections on Dust, Flies, Mosquitoes, Hydatids and Milk", 54
      • at Koonibba Mission studying full-blooded aborigines, 70
      • appointed a Commissioner of the National Park, 178
      • joins a scientific expedition to central Australia, 179
      • photograph, 179
    • Close, Dr Walter John Westcott, MBBS MS,
      • currently studying overseas, 91
    • Close, Frank W,
      • awarded a Government bursary to study science, 122
    • Clubs, Societies & Associations,
      • Graduates Association welcomes two new professors, 12
      • Clubs, societies & associations,Classical Association, 31, 66, 149
      • Australasian Corporation of Public Accountants, 44, 46
      • Graduates' Association, 56
      • Veterinary Association, 94
      • Commonwealth Club, 162
      • Royal Society, 174b
      • University Wives' Club, 176
      • Economic Society, 79
      • Commerce Students' Association, 38
    • Cockburn, Dr Malcolm Turner, MBBS,
      • currently studying overseas, 91
    • Cole, Cyril Richard, BSc,
      • appointed to the position of Forestry Officer at Canberra, 132, 137
      • photograph, 137
    • Colquhoun, Colin Roy,
      • admitted to the bar, 115
      • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189
      • photograph, 189
    • Colquhoun, Thomas Talbot, BSc,
      • appointed Assistant Lecturer and demonstrator in Botany, 126
    • Conferences & Seminars,
      • annual conference of the Australian Music examinations Board to be held in Adelaide, 8
      • list of delegates to Australian Universities’ Geologists’ Conference, 22
      • hoped Adelaide University will be represented at Canadian conference, 23
      • delegates to the conference of State Directors of Education visited the Waite Institute, 23
      • Empire representatives of Forestry Conference to arrive in Adelaide, 23
      • Forestry Conference, 43, 53, 54, 60, 69
      • Australian representatives to Empire Cancer Campaign, 51, 53
      • Conference of the Australian Universities, 59, 63, 64, 70, 71
      • Australian Library Conference to be held at Melbourne University, 64
      • delegates to Congress of the Agricultural Bureau visit Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 86
      • State school teachers conference held in Sydney, 123
      • delegates to International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship, 127
      • Australian Medical Congress to be held in Sydney, 170
      • Report on geologists’ conference by Dr L Keith Ward, 196i
      • Photograph of participants at geologists’ conference, 196g
    • Cooke, Dr William Ternent, DSc,
      • issues raised on fuels at the International Chemistry Conference, 1, 2
      • photograph, 1
      • article on the possible utilization of brown coal, 49
    • Coombs, Herbert, MA BSc,
      • 1920 Rhodes Scholar graduates as Doctor of Philosophy at Cambridge, 69
    • Corbin, Dr Cecil, MBBS,
      • reappointed honorary surgeon, 196i
    • Cornish, Jack Rodolph, LLB,
      • admitted to Bar, 115
      • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189
      • photograph, 189, 196n
    • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,
      • see Research Organisations
    • Courses, non-degree,
      • Diploma of Elocution to be included at the Elder Conservatorium, 16
      • proposed Diploma of Public Administration, 122, 123, 125, 164, 178
      • revised syllabus for the Diploma of Commerce, 126
      • first diploma course in commercial studies, 160
    • Cozens, Vida Victoria,
      • opened the students concert, 9
      • Associate in Music, 109
    • Crampton, Mary St Clair, MA,
      • passed examinations at the Sorbonne, 196l
    • Crane, Alexander Herbert, BSc,
      • selected as the Commonwealth Fund Service Fellow in Forestry, 150, 151
    • Crocker, Walter Russell, BA,
      • gained a fellowship to study history at Stanford University, 20
    • Cudmore, Arthur Murray, MBBS FRCS,
      • to represent University at the first annual meeting of the College of Surgeons, 3
    • Cummins, Alice Mary, LLB,
      • first woman admitted to Bar, 128
      • admitted to Bar of the Supreme Court, 196n
      • photograph, 128, 196n
    • Curriculum Development,
      • teaching Japanese at university should be considered, 43
      • recommendation agricultural studies be introduced from primary school upwards, 72
      • recommendation for the establishment of a Chair of Agriculture, 72
    • Curtis, Daisy R,
      • studying effects of drug taking and excessive alcoholism, 77
  • D

    • Darling, Harold,
      • donates £10,000 on behalf of Darling Family for soil research, 156
    • Davey, Dr Constance Muriel, MA,
      • discusses the psychological contribution to the treatment of practical affairs, 135
      • the second recipient of the Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 77
    • David, Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth, DSc (Oxon),
      • evidence suggests geological beginnings much earlier than supposed, 33, 35, 38
      • fossil discoveries in Adelaide Hills, 40, 70, 78
      • photograph, 40, 170
      • will accompany Sir Douglas Mawson over some of the chief areas of remarkable ancient fossils around Adelaide, 111, 114
      • has been in Adelaide and surrounds collecting fossils, 142
      • visiting Adelaide collecting material for his book, "Geology in the Commonwealth", 170
    • Davidson, Dr James, DSc,
      • appointed Head of the Entomological Department at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 23
      • photograph, 23, 95, 96, 179, 183b, 188b
      • arrived in Adelaide to take up his position, 95, 96, 129, 183b, 184
      • public lecture on "Insect Life in Relation to Agriculture - Insects as a Menace", 175
    • Davies, Cecil Ernest, LLB,
      • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold, MusDoc,
      • discussed the history of the South Australian Orchestra, 14
      • responds to letter re finances of South Australian Orchestra, 159
      • spoke of the impact of gramophone and wireless on music appreciation, 16
      • appointed one of the examiners at the University of Western Australia, 156
      • letter responding to Davies’ comments regarding South Australian organists, 175
      • resume, 175
      • photograph, 8, 9, 130, 175, 179
      • welcomed to students’ concert, 9
      • importance of training children to appreciate good music, 155, 156, 158
      • condemns popular taste for jazz, 155
      • presents case for paid organist, 170
      • has joined others at Koonibba Mission to make phonographic records of native songs, 70
      • will join a scientific expedition to central Australia, 179
      • writes to the Editor praising the production of "La Mascotte”, 37
      • returned from the far west coast of SA gathering information about aboriginal music, 76
      • discusses the coming season for the South Australian Orchestra, 150
      • enthusiastic regarding the appointment of a paid city organist, 170
      • outcomes of a recent study tour in London, 2, 8, 9
      • writes on broadcasting in England, 10
      • elected to the committee of University Graduates' Association, 56
      • discusses formation of an Australian Broadcasting Commission, 59
      • appointed Dean of the Faculty of Music, 108
      • writes on the status of arts as a community asset in "The Professional Musician", 121
      • to deliver his annual opening address, 130
      • at the annual conference of the Australian Music Examinations Board, 143
      • appointed to the Advisory Council of Education, 177
      • presentation of successful students to Davies at concert, 109
    • Davies, Dr Harold Whitridge, MBBS,
      • won the Parkin Prize, 137
      • on "Football Crowds" and "Letter to the Editor", 192d
      • on "Contemporary Literature", 192e
      • on "Literary Censorship", 192e
    • Davis, Mr John Alexander, BE,
      • conferred with Bachelor of Engineering, 164
    • Dawbarn, Mary Campbell, MSc,
      • thesis deemed acceptable, 76
      • has secured the Master of Science Degree, 77
      • second woman to gain a Master of Science degree at the University of Adelaide, 193
      • photograph, 193
    • Dawson, Dr Joseph Bernard, MD,
      • appointed tutor in obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, 108, 126
    • Deland, Effie Wyllie, BSc,
      • to deliver lectures in chemistry and physiology for the Workers' Educational Association, 130
    • Dentistry, Faculty of,
      • Dr Arthur Murray Cudmore appointed dean of faculty, 108
    • Dentistry, Study of,
      • first year Dentistry results, 133b
    • Denton, Harold,
      • new teacher of singing at the Conservatorium, 10, 76, 94, 193
      • photograph, 10, 193
    • Dix, Jessica Laura, Associate in Music,
      • principal subject, pianoforte, 109
    • Dorsch, Theodore S,
      • awarded a Government bursary to study arts, 122
    • Dowie, David L,
      • awarded a Government bursary to study science, 122
    • Duffield, Dr Walter Geoffrey, BSc, DSc,
      • investigating the transfer of Perth Observatory to the Commonwealth, 196k
  • E

    • Eardley, Frederick William, BA,
      • to meet with the proposed members of the Cancer Research Committee, 55
      • elected to the committee of University Graduates' Association, 56
      • only nomination for the office of Clerk of the University Senate, 104
      • photograph, 193
    • Earl, Professor John Campbell, DSc PhD,
      • appointed to the Chair of Organic Chemistry, University of Sydney, 4
      • awarded a grant to work on posidonia fibre and celluloses of other Australian plants, 109
    • Eckersley, Rev Percy Cyril Wheaton, BA,
      • assisted Prof David and Professor Howchin in search for fossils in the Adelaide hills, 70
    • Economics, Chair of,
      • Professor L G Melville began as Chair of Economics, 155
      • Council to establish Chair of Economics, 93, 94, 129, 130
    • Edwards, Dr Hurtle Thomas Jack, DDSc,
      • appointed lecturer in prosthetic dentistry, 108
      • elected by the registered dentists to the Dental Board, 113
      • reappointed at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • photograph, 130
      • I G Reimann, Acting Director, has just completed 30 years of service, 3
      • Clive Carey returning to London, 4
      • meeting to discuss concerts for the coming year, 4
      • third Annual Meeting of the Elder Conservatorium, 5
      • organ program for first concert, featuring John Horner, 6, 7
      • string quartet organising season of subscription concerts, 7
      • Harold S Denton is new teacher of singing, 10, 76, 94, 193
      • students' concerts held, 17, 61, 75, 98, 109, 138, 176
      • chamber Music Concert, 22
      • organ recitals by John Horner, 32, 36, 38, 43, 49, 54, 56, 58, 63, 65, 156, 171
      • review of John Horner’s concert: pianoforte concert, 35
      • opera class performance of "La Mascotte", 38
      • String Quartet recital, 39, 75
      • photograph of staff and students at a reception for Russian pianist Shura Cherkassky, 74
      • discussions about the wearing at graduation of "Musical Caps and Gowns", 45, 63, 85
      • concerts by members of the staff, 95, 137, 152
      • Opera Class performance of "Lochinvar", 105
      • Professor W.A. Laver of Melbourne will conduct examinations today, 105
      • changes in staff at the Elder Conservatorium, 118
      • James Anderson appointed as teacher of elocution, 130
      • Signorina Masullo teaches Italian, French and German, 130
      • reopens with an address by Dr Harold Davies, 131
      • elocution curriculum extended, 143
      • pianoforte recitals, 156, 162
      • Sylvia Whitington, leader of successful first recital of the String Quartet, 162
      • Peter Bornstein new violin teacher, 164, 165, 166
      • opera class gave a performance of "Iphigenia in Aulis", 175
    • Elder Scholarship,
      • Elder Scholarship for organ playing has been awarded to Norman Chinner, 3
    • Ellis, Dr Roy Gilmore, BDS,
      • secured top place in final examinations in Canada, 156
      • photograph, 156
      • appointed research fellow by at the University of Toronto, 171
    • Engineering, Study of
      • examination results, 96
    • Eustace, John Leonard, BDS,
      • appointed Lecturer in dental materia medica and therapeutics, 108
    • Evening lectures,
      • to be continued due to popularity, 2
      • evening studentships awarded by Hon. M. McIntosh, Minister of Education, 8
    • Examinations,
      • Leaving Commercial Examination results 1928, 125
      • supplementary leaving examinations, 1, 4
      • Public Examinations Board examiners on the unsatisfactory standard of English, 5, 134
      • reply to "Fed Up" regarding comments on students paper, 16
      • opinion on the standard of teaching English, 35
      • letter regarding music examinations, 61
      • unrecognised companies conducting musical examinations in Australia, 63, 69
      • William Taylor McCoy on suggested reforms to the secondary education system, 84
      • entries have closed for the public examinations, 92
      • twelve government bursaries will be given for leaving honors students, 92
      • last day of entry for degree and diploma examinations postponed, 93
      • examination results of the Australian Music Examinations Board released, 99
      • "Examination Time" for degrees and diplomas, 102, 103, 104
      • discussion of the examination system, 105, 106, 110
      • criticism of University examinations by C M Ward and replies to his comments, 17, 18, 18a, 18b, 20, 21
      • letter complaining about the difficult test set for the Intermediate examinations, 108, 109
      • editorial on "Speech Days and Examinations”, 115
      • Intermediate Certificate examination discussed in Sydney, 119
      • Leaving examination results to be announced later, 123
      • Interstate Teachers Conference discussed whether examinations should be abolished, 124
      • "Fifty Years ago Today", at matriculation examination candidates were all male, 132
      • Public Examination Board releases manual for 1929, 132
      • debate on text books set for geography examinations, 144, 149
    • Extension lectures,
      • see also lectures, public lectures, evening lectures
      • Professor Herbert Henry Woollard on the science of anatomy, 47
  • F

    • Farr, Professor Clinton Coleridge, DSc,
      • elected to a fellowship of the Royal Society, 2
      • theories on chemical changes of petroleum origin, 65, 66
    • Fenner, Dr Charles Albert Edward, DSc,
      • awarded a grant for physiographic studies, 109
      • paper on "A Geographical Enquiry into the Growth, Distribution and Movement of Population in South Australia 1836-1927” reproduced, 174a, 174b
      • the "Prosperity Graft" reproduced, 174a
    • Finance,
      • expenditure on education queried by J Tassie of Taxpayers' Association, 127
      • income of the University for 1928, 130
    • Finlayson, Mr Frank Harvey, BE,
      • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and the Diploma of Applied Science, 96
    • Fisher, Harold,
    • Fitzherbert, Professor J A,
      • appointed to the Hughes Chair of Classics and Comparative Philology, 21
      • photograph, 21, 74, 75, 188a1, 188b
      • has arrived from England to take up the chair of Classics, 65, 73, 74, 75, 76
      • welcomed, 89
      • read paper on "Pindar the Thinker" at the Classical Association, 178
    • Fleming, Hugh Douglas, BE,
      • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
    • Florey, Dr Howard Walter, MBBS,
      • Rhodes Scholar awarded the Rolleston Memorial Prize, 122, 123
    • Forestry, Australian School of,
      • Australian Forestry School's first year in its permanent building summarised, 5
      • photograph of new School of Forestry building in Canberra, 43
    • Forestry Conference, 195a1, 195a2, 195b, 195c
      • Forestry, Study of,
        • Russell Grimwade offers £5000 for study at the Imperial Forestry Institute, 129
      • Forgan, Frederick Robert, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
      • Formby, Dr Myles Landseer, MBBS,
        • SA Rhodes Scholar has completed his course at Oxford, 76
        • member of the Oxford lacrosse team, 122, 123
      • Fricke, E F, BAgSc,
        • appointed agronomist at the Waite Agricultural Research Centre, 130
      • Fry, Dr Henry Kenneth, BSc MBBS,
        • reappointed honorary assistant physician at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
      • Fuller, George Rayner, BSc,
        • elected to the committee of University Graduates' Association, 56
    • G

      • Gardner Family,
        • all hold degrees, 81
      • Garnett, Dr A C, MA,
        • appointed to the Chair of Apologetics, the Butler University, Indianapolis, 38
        • has resigned as evening lecturer in logic, 60
        • photograph, 38
        • on "The Urge of Life", 196c
      • Gartrell, Herbert William, BA BSc,
        • part of a survey party at the Mount Painter radium field, 152
        • speaker on "Geophysical Prospecting", 166
      • Gender issues,
        • see also women; see also women students
        • Adelaide female lawyers regarding discrimination in their profession, 128
        • careers women choose, 159
      • Geology, Study of,
        • graduates in physics and geology required for field party, 21
        • C T Madigan and 25 students discovered significant fossils, 75
        • debate on text books set for geography examinations, 144, 149
      • Gibb, Claude Dixon, BE,
        • appointed to the directorate of Parsons Ltd, in England, 153
      • Gillman, Phyllis Constance, BA,
        • elected to the committee of The Classical Association, 31
      • Goodhart, Mabel Flora, LLB,
        • practicing law in London, 128
      • Goodman, W G T,
        • elected to the University Senate, 104, 107, 109
      • Government relations,
        • Federal Public Service officers offered University courses funded by the government, 2
        • government subsidy for Shakespeare to be produced for English students, 125
        • levees held at Government House, 28, 155, 185, 196h
        • Premiers conference to look at the control of medical practitioners by the Commonwealth, 154
      • Graduates,
        • photograph of graduates at Government House, 28
        • graduation ceremonies, 12, 40, 116, 164, 167
        • letters re the wearing of cap and gown by music graduates, 45, 63, 85
        • chancellor’s address, 118
        • degrees granted in absentia, 40
        • graduation ceremony for teachers, 117
        • list of students to receive degrees, 188a2
        • annual commemoration to be held, 110, 114
        • debate about music graduates wearing caps and gowns to graduate, 51, 62, 63, 68, 70
      • Grant, Colin,
        • awarded the Archibald Henry Peake Bursary, 122
      • Grant, Professor Kerr, BSc MSc,
        • photograph, 160, 173a, 196n
        • discusses projected balloon adventure, 160
        • foresees science replacing many natural things, 173a
        • appointed to the Advisory Council of Education, 177
        • joined search for a lost radium needle with an electroscope he made, 196n
        • methods of geophysical prospecting, 25
        • on "The Mystery of Light", 46
        • some views on radium, 56
        • on "Genesis of Petroleum", 65
        • on "Science and Measurement", 88
        • sceptical of claim to generate limitless power, 104
        • on the abolistion of school examinations, 124
        • paid tribute to Dr Etienne S Bieler, 178
        • photographed at the Levee at Government House, 185
        • on "Supersonic Waves" and "New Discovery in Optics", 192a
        • on "What are Infra-Red Rays?", 192c
        • on "New Careers in Science", 192d
        • on "Nature of the World", 192e
      • Gray, E W,
        • Barr Smith Prize for Greek, Andrew Scott Prize for Latin and Stow Prize for Law, 116
        • will hold the Poole Prize for the second year to St Mark's College, 134
      • Gray, Frederick V,
        • awarded a Government bursary to study medicine, 122
      • Green, Lorna Mary Alexandra, BSc,
        • appointed demonstrator in biochemistry, 108
      • Greenland, Patrick Cecil,
        • winner of the Bundey prize for 1928, 12, 13
        • photograph, 12
      • Gribble, Dr Albert Elijah,
      • Grosvenor, Cyril, BDS,
        • awarded the P&O free return passage to continue research work at Liverpool, 61
      • Grounds,
        • University has requested the Victoria Square railings to replace fencing on Victoria Drive, 70, 73, 93, 102, 115, 116, 132
        • photograph of Victoria Drive fence, 73
        • recommendations for the removal of the fence surrounding Parliament House, 61
        • photographs of the removal of the Victoria Square fence for relocation at the University photograph of railings, 133a, 136, 183a, 184
        • land made available at Urrbrae for a University sports ground, 143
    • H

      • Halford, Professor George Britton, MD,
        • family members offer an annual oration in connection with the National Museum of Australian Zoology, 44
      • Hamilton, Dr Ian Ayliffe, MBBS,
        • awarded a P&O free return passage to do post graduate work in surgery overseas, 61
      • Hancock, Mary Frewin, Associate in Music,
        • Principal subject, violin, 109
      • Hancock, Professor George Alfred, MA,
        • says Australians not civilised, preoccupied with money, 151
        • criticisms of address on civilisation, pre-occupation with moneymaking, 151, 152
        • photograph, 151
        • writes to the Editor claiming report on his lecture distorted, 152
        • appointed to examine candidates for the British colonial service, 164
        • Council's representative on the board of governors of the Public Library, Art Gallery and Museum, 99
        • on "Australia’s population problems", 42, 44
        • on "Tuscany and Umbria", 196l
        • on "Nordic Superstition", 70
        • on "the French occupation of the Rhineland", 88
        • appointed to the Public Library Board, 103
        • on "Canberra", 192b
        • on "Books about America", 192b
        • on "Peopling Australia", 192b
        • on "Books about Australia", 192b
        • on "Nation Builders", 192b
        • on "French Revolution Books", 192b
        • on "Prizes in Education", 192c
      • Harford, Basil Beverley, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 115
        • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189
        • photograph, 189
      • Harris, Clare Sparkes,
        • member of law firm, Messrs Pinch, McCarthy and Harris, 128
      • Harry, Romilly,
        • member of student debating team, 60
      • Haslam, Joseph Auburn, BSc,
        • obituary, 13
      • Hayward, Dr William Thornborough,
        • obituary, photograph, 116
      • Heaton, Herbert,
        • appointed Professor of Economics at Liverpool University, 155
      • Hetzel, Dr Kenneth Stuart,
        • appointed tutor in medicine, 108
      • Hicks, Professor Cedric Stanton, MSc,
        • awarded grant for investigations on thyroid glands, 109
        • on an expedition of investigation of the aborigines of Koonibba, 126
        • photograph at Koonibba, 189
        • on science and religion, 196j
      • Hill, Rev. Albert Charles, BA,
        • presented an address at the Governor’s levee, 196h
      • Hilton, Arthur Robert, BA,
        • to visit the USA to study agricultural education in the high schools, 101
      • Hockey,
        • Melbourne University competed with the lacrosse and men's hockey teams, 74
      • Hodby, Dr Lindley David, MBBS,
        • conferred at a ceremony at the University of Adelaide, 164, 167
      • Holdaway, Frederick George, MSc,
        • to marry Ellen Dulcie Macklin, 193
      • Hogg, Dr,
        • now in Edinburgh, 91
      • Holden, Edward Wheewall, BSc,
        • elected President of University Graduates' Association, 56
        • Vice president, Economic Society, 89
        • retired from the Council of the Adelaide University, 99
        • appointed a member of the Advisory Council of Science and Industry, 101
        • nominated, elected to University Senate, 104, 109
        • finds graduates valuable employees, 165
        • photograph, 188b
      • Hollidge, David Henry, MA,
        • elected president of the Classical Association, 31
      • Holmes, Edna Lucy, LLB,
        • at the office of Messrs Varley, Evan and Thompson, 128
      • Homburg, R,
        • nominated for University Senate, 104
      • Hone, Dr Effie J,
        • appointed demonstrator in pathology, 108
      • Hone, Dr Frank Sandland, BA, MBBS,
        • proposes a committee for research and treatment of cancer, 51
        • reappointed honorary physician at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
      • Hore-Ruthven, Brigadier-General the Hon Sir Alexander Gore Arkwright, VC, KCMG, CB, DSO,
        • swearing in ceremony of new Governor, 19, 20
        • visit to Waite Institute, 21
        • holds levees, 28, 155, 196h
        • value of laboratory at Waite Institute, 143
      • Horner, John, FRCO,
      • Hossfeld, Paul Samuel, MSc,
        • selected as Federal geologist, 12, 13
        • photograph, 12
      • Howchin, Professor Walter, FRGS,
        • geological formations in Mount Lofty ranges, 33, 38
        • fossil discoveries in Adelaide Hills, 40, 70, 78
        • second part of book,"The Building of Australia and the Succession of Life", 54
        • field work at Tea Tree Creek, 78
        • resume, 124
        • photograph, 33, 124, 138, 149, 154
        • awarded the Verco Medal, 138, 149, 154
        • second edition of "The Geology of South Australia", 168
      • Hurst, Dr Harvey Herbert, MBBS,
        • conferred at a ceremony at the University of Adelaide, 164, 167
      • Hyde, Miriam Beatrice, Associate in Music,
        • principal subject is pianoforte, 109
    • I

      • Indigenous issues,
        • photograph of members of an expedition to central Australia to collect data regarding the Arunta and Luritcha tribes, 179
        • Dr W S Walker's report on the aborigines, 187a, 187b
        • expedition of investigation of the aborigines of Koonibba, 126
        • photograph of expedition members at Koonibba, 189
        • photograph of native dwelling, 189
      • Ingleby, Aileen Constance, LLB,
        • has married and does not practise, 128
      • Isaachsen, Oscar C,
        • awarded a Government bursary to study law, 122
      • Isbister, William James, LLB,
        • University Council representative on the Board of Governors of the Public Library, Art Gallery and Museum, 99
        • photograph, 188b
    • J

      • Jauncey, Dr George Eric Macdonnell, DSc,
        • Professor of Physics, Washington University, St Louis, USA: "South Australians Abroad", 89
      • Jeffrey, George,
        • South Australia at conference on education to be held in Vancouver, 129
      • John Creswell Scholarship,
        • applications invited from sons of members of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society, 127
      • John Melrose Laboratory,
        • almost ready for occupation, 126
      • Johnson, Dr Edward Angas, MB, ChB, MD,
        • reappointed honorary sanitary advisor at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
      • Johnson, Rev. William Herbert, BA,
        • appointed to the Deanery of Newcastle, 15
      • Johnston, Athol Bertram, LLB,
        • admitted to Bar, 115
        • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189
        • photograph, 189
      • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey, MA, DSc,
        • offered the honorary directorship of the South Australian Museum, 11
        • resume, 3
        • photograph, 11, 179
        • nominated as representative of the University on the Fauna and Flora Board, 3
        • lecture on his recent travels looking for solutions to control prickly pear, 14
        • on the Blowfly Pest, 85
        • to lecture on "Aspects of Biology in Relation to Man" to Workers' Education Association, 130
        • delivered lecture on "Aspects of Biology in Relation to Man", 135
        • representative at the Australian Fisheries Conference, 178
        • will join a scientific expedition to central Australia, 179
        • address on "Insects and Disease", 192a
      • Jones, Dr Allen Thomas Britten, MBBS,
        • appointed honorary demonstrator in anatomy, 108, 126
      • Jones, Thomas Henry, MusBac,
        • obituary for former city organist, 176
      • Jones, Professor Frederic Wood, DSc,
        • co-author of "The Matrix of the Mind", 8
        • accepted the Chair of Anatomy at the Melbourne University, photograph, 137
      • Jose, Dr Ivan Bede, MBBS, MS,
        • reappointed honorary assistant surgeon at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
      • Joseph Fisher lecture,
        • will be given by Professor R C Mills, 152
    • K

      • Kaines, Dr Raymond Hannay, MBBS,
        • currently studying overseas, 91
      • Kelly, Dr Michael, MBBS,
        • conferred by the Chancellor of the University, 40
      • Kelly, Michael Lawrence, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11
      • Kelly, Thomas D,
        • awarded a Government bursary to study medicine, 122
      • Kemp, Frances Joseph Edmund, Associate in Music,
        • Principal subject is pianoforte, 109
      • Kenihan, Dr Raphael Leo, MBBS,
        • reappointed honorary anaesthetist at the Adelaide Hospital, 196i
      • Kennedy, Alexander Lorimer, BE,
        • brief biography, 101
      • Kiek, Edward Sidney, MA (Oxon),
        • to lecture in Modern World history for the Workers' Education Association, 130
      • Kirwood, Albert Ernest Maldon, MA,
        • to lecture for the Workers' Educational Association, on "Adult Education in Yorkshire", 130
      • Kitson, Mary Cecil, LLB,
        • first woman admitted to the Bar in South Australia, photograph, 128
      • Kleemann, Professor Richard Daniel, DSc,
        • from cooper to professor, biography, 70
        • brief biography, "South Australians Abroad", 89
      • Korff, Adrian Joseph,
        • 1924 recipient of the Bundey prize, 12
      • Kriewaldt, Martin Rudolf Chemnitz, BA, LLB (Wisconsin),
        • biography and photograph, 52
        • elected secretary of Graduates' Association, 56
    • L

      • Lacrosse,
        • who qualifies to play for the University, 196c
        • Melbourne University competed with the lacrosse and men's hockey teams, 74
      • Laboratories,
        • photograph of Melrose Laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 78, 139b
        • laboratory of the division of animal nutrition to be opened by Prime Minister Bruce, 96, 97, 98, 99
        • photograph of opening of laboratory for animal nutrition,100, 101
        • photograph of visitors to laboratory for animal nutrition, 144
        • opening of the John Melrose laboratories at the Waite Agricultural and Research Institute, 139a
        • editorial on science helping rural industries, 143
        • call for a laboratory to study human nutrition, 143
      • Lady Symon Building,
      • Language,
        • Rev Brother Le Breton condemns careless use of the King's English by men in high places, 168, 170
      • Laught, Keith Alexander, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
      • Law, Faculty of,
        • Professor A L Campbell appointed Dean, 108
      • Law, Study of
        • Examination passed in order of merit, 133b
      • Laybourne-Smith, L.,
        • elected a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects, 58
        • photograph, 58
      • Leach, William Valentine, MA, DipEcon,
        • youngest Inspector of schools, 117
      • League of Nations Union,
        • summary of Professor Hicks address to the union, 106
      • Leases,
        • lease for 21 years of nine acres of land in the North parklands, 91
      • Leaver, Edward, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
      • Lectures,
        • see also evening lectures, public lectures, extension lectures
        • Sir Edward John Russell OBE, to lecture on agriculture, 10
        • Sir Archibald Strong on "Victorianism and Modernism in English Poetry”, 35
        • Sir Archibald Strong on the poetry of Thomas Hardy, 37
        • Sir ArchibaldStrong on some aspects of modern English poetry, 39
        • H Burton lectured on the Kellogg Peace Pact, 96
        • Joseph Fisher lecture in commerce to given by Professor R C Mills, 152
        • copies of the Joseph Fisher lecture are available, 161
        • Prof A Killen Macbeth on "Catalysis, the Acceleration of Chemical Reaction", 161, 162, 164
        • A L G MacKay will speak on "The Public Service as a Profession", 196i
        • Professor C F Hicks lecture "Our Responsibility", 192d
      • Lendon, Dr Alfred Austin, MD,
        • reappointed member of the Medical Board, 48
        • answers criticisms of a book entitled, "Cancer, the Surgeon and the Researcher", 75
        • member of deputation asking Government money for cancer-treating equipment, 84
        • explains campaign to educate people about cancer, 91
        • appointed director of cancer treatment and research, 95
        • to attend an education conference in Vancouver April, 113, 121, 129, 171
        • received from England information about the use of radium in the treatment of cancer, 119
        • talks to the Royal Geographical Society (S A Branch) on the recent Vancouver Education Conference, 157
      • Letcher, Dr Herbert George, MBBS,
        • doing post graduate studies in Edinburgh, 91
      • Lewis, Arthur Sangster, BE,
        • passed with credit, 96
      • Lindon, Dr Leonard Charles Edward, MBBS,
        • appointed tutor in surgery, Honorary demonstrator in anatomy, 108, 126
        • reappointed honorary assistant surgeon, 196i
      • Ludbrook, Wallis Verco, BSc,
        • engaged by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 127
    • M

      • Macbeth, Dr Alexander Killen, DSc,
        • Angas Professor of Chemistry arrives, 3
        • appointed member of the advisory committee under the Food and Drug Act, 10
        • at Koonibba Mission studying the lives and habits of aborigines, 70
        • has filled the Angas Chair of Chemistry, 118
        • lectured on "Catalysis, the Acceleration of Chemical Reaction", 161, 162, 164
        • photograph, 188a1
      • MacKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon, MA,
        • On “Civil Service as a Profession” at Institute of Administration, 40
        • to complete research work overseas, 74, 102, 130
        • on “Economic conditions in Great Britain”, 92
        • at meeting to express approval of intention to appoint Professor of Economics, 94
        • to speak on 'The Present Economic Depression in South Australia, and the Way Out", 94
        • will speak on "The Public Service as a Profession", 196i
      • Macklin, Ellen Dulcie, MSc,
        • leaving for England soon, 193
      • Maddeford, Sheila Lamont, LLB,
        • the youngest practising woman lawyer in SA, 128
      • Madigan, Cecil Thomas, BSc, MA,
        • delivered a lecture on Central Australia, 22
        • interviewed regarding Italian explorers predicament in Antarctica, 36
        • photograph, 36, 182b
        • has made a life study of radium, 56
        • discusses phases of volcanic eruption, 102
        • addressed the Rotary Club: "Future Exploration in the Antarctic", 103
        • to take a preliminary flight to view parts of unexplored Central Australia, 124
        • has returned from studying rock formations in Kangaroo Island, 131
        • photograph with A R Alderman, 182b
        • address on "Age of the Earth", 192a
      • Maegraith, B G,
        • awarded the residential bursary to St Mark's College, 134
      • Matters, Dr Reginald Francis, MBBS,
        • appointed assistant lecturer, demonstrator in physiology and pharmacology, 108
        • appointed tutor in obstetrics, 126
        • degree conferred, 164, 165, 167
        • at Koonibba to study aboriginal life, 126
        • photograph,189
      • Mawson, Sir Douglas BSc, DSc,
      • Mayo, Dr Helen Mary, MD,
        • appointed representative for the Students' Union, 61
        • retired from the Council, 99
        • elected to Senate, 104, 107, 108, 109
        • reappointed honorary bacteriologist, 196i
      • Mayo, Herbert, LLB,
        • appointed Lecturer in commercial law, 126
      • McBride, William John, BSc,
        • visiting Adelaide for metallurgical investigations, photograph, 101
      • McCoy, William Taylor, BA,
        • inspects land for an agricultural high school, 1
        • attended commemoration where many teachers presented for degrees and diplomas, 117
        • views on the decimal currency system, 122
        • photograph, 188b
      • McDonnell, John Carlile, MA,
        • to lecture in English literature to the Workers' Education Association, 130
      • McEwin, John Neill, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 115
        • admitted as practitioner of the Supreme Court, 189, 196n
        • photograph, 189, 196n
        • a resident of St Mark's College has obtained the LL.B. degree, 116
      • McIntosh, Howie James, BE,
        • awarded a P&O free return passage to conduct research into engineering, 61
      • McKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon, MA,
        • repeated a lecture "The Public Service as a Profession", 49
        • addressed the Institute of Public Administration, 59
        • delegate to the World Conference on Adult Education, 130
      • McLaughlin, Dr Eugene, MBBS,
        • appointed Deputy Director of the Laboratory of Bacteriology & Pathology, 16
      • Medicine, Faculty of,
        • Dr A Watson Munro need to educate doctors to reduce infant mortality, 65
        • Dr Constantine Trent Champion De Crespigny appointed Dean, 108
      • Medicine, Study of,
        • Commonwealth Government has offered a supply of radium to the Adelaide Hospital for the treatment of cancer, 51, 53, 55
        • "Dr" J H Becker credentials as a bone fide medical doctor questioned, 171
        • examination results, 133b
      • Meegan, Kathleen, AMUA,
        • to continue to teach violin at the Conservatorium, 143
      • Mellor, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Reginald, LLB, OBE,
        • awarded Colonial Auxiliary Forces officers' decoration, 196h
      • Melrose, Alexander. LLB,
        • appointed to the Public Library Board, 103
        • to attend an education conference in Vancouver, 113, 121, 129
      • Melrose Laboratory,
        • photographs of opening, 140a, 141
        • aid to agricultural research, 142
      • Melville, Professor Leslie Galfreid, BEc,
        • appointed Chair of Economics, 131, 132
        • photograph, 131, 182a, 191
        • to help in the establishment of a Bureau of Economics, 168
        • lecture "The Economic Society", 192f
      • Menz, Anna Magdelene Augusta, BA,
        • secretary of the Women's Union, photograph, 186
      • Messent, Dr Philip Santo, MBBS, MS,
        • appointed lecturer in the faculty of Dentistry, 108
        • appointed honorary demonstrator in anatomy, 126
        • reappointed honorary assistant surgeon, 196i
      • Meyer, Stanley,
        • member of student debating team, 60
      • Mills, Mr Eric Baxter, BE,
        • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
      • Mills, Professor R C,
        • to give the Joseph Fisher lecture, 152, 153
      • Mitchell, Donald Thomas, BE,
        • passed the examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
      • Mitchell, Frank,
        • member of student debating team, 60
      • Mitchell, Mark, BSc,
        • photographed at Koonibba, 189
      • Mitchell, Professor Sir William, MA (Edin),
        • brief biography, 7
        • elected to the committee of The Classical Association, 31
        • writes to "The Editor" about music examinations, 61
        • in England supervising the publication of his "Gifford Lectures", 116
        • photograph, 127
        • recently returned from Great Britain, 128
      • Mitton, Ronald Gladstone, MSc,
        • currently studying for his PhD degree at Oxford, 92
        • photograph, 92
        • Rhodes Scholar for 1927, 117
      • Mollison, Thomas, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11
      • Moore, Dr Arthur Pariss Reading, DDSc,
        • appointed Lecturer in the faculty of Dentistry, 108
        • at Koonibba Mission studying the lives of aborigines, 70
      • Morey, Dr Geoffrey Wilson, MBBS,
        • currently studying overseas, 91
      • Morgan, Edward James Ranembe, LLB,
        • 1921 recipient of the Bundey prize, 12
      • Morgan, William Matheson, BE,
        • passed the examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
      • Morris, Dr B H,
        • reappointed member of Medical Board, 48
      • Morriss, Elsie, BA,
        • 1925 recipient of the Bundey prize, 12
        • winner of the John Howard Clark prize, 117
      • Mounster, Valerie Luella, BA,
        • Tinline scholar, 117
      • Muecke, Dr Francis Frederick, MBBS,
        • brief resume as part of the article: South Australians Abroad", 89
        • awarded a grant for work on the embryology of the chick , 109
      • Murray, Sir George John Robert, BA,
        • elected patron of the Classical Association, 31
        • patron of University Graduates' Association, 56
        • photograph, 100, 188a1, 188b, 196e
        • very popular Chief Justice of South Australia, 126
        • speech at opening of Parliament, 196f
        • at opening of research laboratory for animal nutrition, 98, 99
      • Music, Study of,
        • examination results have been released, 99
        • presentation of successful students at final concert, 109
        • debate about music graduates wearing caps and gowns to graduate, 51, 62, 63, 68, 70
      • Musical productions,
        • students’ concerts, 109
        • concerts of the South Australian Orchestra, 14, 169
        • organ recitals, 156, 160, 166
        • pianoforte recital, 162
    • N

      • Napier, Justice Thomas John Mellis, LLB,
        • presides over property dispute, 82
      • National Council of Education,
        • interest in broadcasting, 171
      • Naylor, Margaret Mary Jessie Darnley, B.A.,
        • an official of the League of Nations, 21
      • Naylor, Ruth Winifred, Associate in Music,
        • has won the Elder Travelling Scholarship, 107
        • performed solo aria at the Final students concert, 109
      • Naylor, Professor Darnley, MA,
        • adopted as prospective candidate, photograph, 127
        • delegate to the World Conference on Adult Education, 130
      • Neale, Edward, (formerly Edward Neale Wigg),
        • has bequeathed the residue of his estate for medical research, 118
      • Newland, Sir Henry Simpson, MBBS,
        • to represent University at the first annual meeting of the College of Surgeons, 3
        • made Knight Bachelor, brief biography, 24
        • photograph, 24, 28, 110, 178, 196g
        • at the Governor's levee, 28
        • one of new SA knights, 29
        • presented with letters patent of Knight Bachelor, 90
        • made a life governor of the Adelaide Children's Hospital, 110
        • Sir George Murray congratulates Sir Henry Simpson Newland, 118
        • has been made President of the College of Surgeons of Australasia for 1929, 178
        • resume, 196g
        • reappointed honorary surgeon, 196i
      • Newland, J C,
        • winner of the Creswell Scholarship, 134
      • Norman, Jean Margaret, Associate in Music,
        • principal subject, pianoforte, 109
    • O

      • Oliphant, Marcus Lawrence Elwin, BSc,
        • delegate to the World Conference on Adult Education, 130
        • awarded an 1851 Exhibition Senior Scholarship, 160, 164
        • lecture "Economic Equilibrium", 192c
      • Osborn, Professor Theodore, George Bentley, BSc,
        • appointed Professor of Botany, University of Sydney, 3
        • studied regeneration of native flora and pasture at Koonamore, 88, 120, 130, 178
      • Othams, H R,
        • clerk of public examinations, photograph, 193
    • P

      • Padman, John S,
        • awarded a Government bursary to study arts, 122
      • Parsons, Harold Stephen, MusBac,
        • plays in concert, 6
        • tribute concert held for his 21 years as professional musician, 13
      • Parsons, Justice Herbert Angas, LLB,
        • nominated and elected, Warden of The University Senate, 104, 108, 109
        • photograph, 188b
      • Pavy, Dr Emily Dorothea Pavy, BA, LLB, CBE,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
        • managing clerk for her husband, 128
        • has written a book, "Welfare Work" to benefit post war women and young persons, 135
        • received the Order of CBE, 135
      • Penny, Hubert Harry, BA,
        • teacher gained a diploma in economics and political science, 117
      • Pennycuick, Stuart Wortley, BA (Camb),
        • doing chemical research at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 79
      • Pharmacy, Faculty of,
        • Dr J G Davies to lecture in pharmaceutical botany, 135, 136
        • photograph, 136
      • Physics, Faculty of,
        • geophysical survey lecture by Dr E Bieler, 171
      • Pick, Sidney,
        • leader of student debating team, 60, 62, 196k
      • Piper, Clarence Sherwood, MSc,
        • co-wrote pamphlet on examination of soils, 96
      • Pitt, George Henry, BA,
        • biography of State Archivist and librarian, 5
        • photograph, 5
      • Pomroy, Dr Harry Roy, MBBS,
        • appointed honorary demonstrator in anatomy, 108, 126
      • Poole, H G, MSc,
        • photograph of soil chemist at Waite Institute, 183a
      • Potts, Ethelwyn , BA,
        • returned after 18 months studying abroad, 21
      • Prescott, Professor James Arthur, BSc,
        • article published in The Economic Record, 23
        • on the importance of agricultural chemistry, 81
        • co-authored a pamphlet on examining soils, 96
        • in favour of closer co-ordination of the Development and Migration Commission and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 123
        • to lecture on science in gardening for the Workers' Education Association, 130
        • on developments in research at Waite, 162
        • study of soil problems aided by an aerial photographic survey, 166
        • lecture on " Soil Fertility and its Control", 192a
      • Price, Archibald Grenfell, MA, FRGS,
        • elected treasurer, University Graduates' Association, 56
        • officer of the SA branch of the Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, 89
        • retired from the Council, 99
        • nominated and elected for University Senate, 104, 107, 108, 109
        • questions centring celebration of centenary of South Australia around Sir John Hindmarsh, 122
        • lecture on "Australia and the Pacific", 192a
      • Prizes and awards,
        • best essay on the work of the League of Nations, 99
        • Schlich Memorial Prize established, 102
        • new statute regarding the Bonython Prize, 104, 107
        • proposals of candidates for the 1929 Nobel Peace Prize due by February 1929, 104
        • Professor R W Chapman, MS, CMG, awarded Peter Nicol Russell Memorial, 144
        • Sir Joseph Verco Medal presented to Professor W Howchin, 139a, 149, 154
        • Particulars of Garton Prize and Medal, 162
      • Proud, Dorothea, BA,
        • first recipient of the Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 77
      • Public lectures,
        • see also lectures, evening lectures, extension lectures
        • third series of public lectures by Professor John Aloysius Fitzherbert, M.A. (Camb) entitled "Plato and Socrates", 167, 169
      • Public Teachers' Union,
        • photograph of teachers visiting Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 194
      • Publications,
        • details of contents of issues of Commerce Students' Association magazine, 54, 93
        • Scientific organisations seek funding from Federal Govt to publish large works, 114
        • May issue of the University magazine devoted the editorial to politics, 160
        • British Economic Mission, 'Big Fours' Report, 196o
      • Puddy, Maude, Associate in Music,
        • farewelled at re-opening of the Elder Conservatorium, 131
      • Pulleine, Dr Robert Henry, MB,
        • at Koonibba Mission studying full-blooded aborigines, 70
        • elected to serve on the Dental Board, 113
    • R

      • Ray, Dr William, BSc, MBBS,
        • reappointed honorary physician, 196i
        • photograph, 188b
      • Reed, Geoffrey Sandford, LLB,
        • appointed Lecturer in the law of evidence and procedure, 126
      • Reid, Frederick William, BSc,
        • appointed Lecturer in dental metallurgy, 108
      • Reiman, I G,
        • acting director’s 30 years service to the Conservatorium, 3
        • at meeting to discuss concert program for the year, 4
        • photograph, 3
        • with Professor Davies at annual meeting of Australian Music Examinations Board, 143
        • in music examinations, 156
      • Research,
        • radium research work to be done under supervision of Adelaide University, 51, 52, 53
        • review of use of radium in treatment of cancer, 36
        • university certifies SA radium to be used for hospital use, 149
        • Government being asked to assist in the methods of treating cancer, 86
        • scientists to investigate nutrition in sheep for wool-raising purposes, 16
        • how science helps, 27
        • editorial on need for research into cancer, 57
        • Dr F S Hone forms committee to recommend proposals for cancer research, 51, 58
        • committee for cancer research and treatment has been enlarged, 79, 84
        • Dr A Burrows to confer with Cancer Committee on radium treatment, 66, 68
        • Sir Arnold Thieler to enquire into animal research in Australia, 69
        • science workers for research needed, 79
        • value of research work on diseases of plants recognised by farmers, 84
        • Government funding for cancer research, 88, 89, 91
        • activities of cancer committee, 91
        • letter denouncing the use of radium in the treatment of cancer, 91
        • Commonwealth Science and Industry Endowment Fund scientific research, 93, 94
        • science research studentships not filled, 96
        • Australian investigators encouraged to apply for research positions in England, 106
        • Carnegie Corporation gives £5000/year for 10 years for educational research, 110, 111, 112
        • Science and Industry Endowment Fund offer a research studentship in soil biology, 151
        • Dr R J Tillyard FRS visits Waite Research Institute, 156, 158
        • work on plant problems to be initiated by Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 167
        • account of research into soils published, 177
        • research into combating weed and insect pests, 196m
        • Dr Mary Glynne to investigate potato diseases at Waite Institute, 14
      • Research Grants,
        • Science and Industry Endowment Fund offers junior studentship in forest products work, 121
        • Minister of Agriculture offers a grant for veterinarian research in South Africa, 196n
      • Research Organisations,
        • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 8, 59, 152
        • Royal Society of London offers Foulerton Research Studentships, 2
        • Waite Research Institute is a perfect facility for agricultural research, 126
      • Residential Colleges
        • establishment of St Andrew's Residential College, 4
        • opening ceremony of St Andrew's College, 29
        • photographs of St Andrews, 28, 31, 32, 111, 196i
        • history of house which became St Andrews, 111
        • St Mark's College residents have done very well, 116
        • two £50 scholarships for students to reside at St Andrews Residential College, 130
        • St Mark's College Awards, 134
      • Reynolds, John Heywood, BA ,
        • 1929 Rhodes Scholar, photograph, 109
      • Rhodes Fellowship,
        • L G Wickham Legg, appointee for Australia, 2
      • Rhodes Scholarships,
        • process of selection of suitable scholars, 99
        • new regulations proposed for selection of United States Rhodes Scholarships, 106
        • discussion whether or not Rhodes Scholarships are worth while, 114
        • celebrations of the 25th anniversary of foundation of the Rhodes Scholarships, 169
      • Richardson, Jack Avon,
        • Diploma in Commerce presented in absentia, 12
      • Richardson, Professor Arnold Edwin Victor, MA, BSc,
        • nominated member of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research for 3 years, 16a
        • on ‘Economic research and agriculture’, 67
        • photograph, 72, 129, 140a, 140b, 142, 183b, 188a1, 192f
        • research on soils and wheat breeds, 129
        • proposal for dairy research, 30
        • on arboretum at Waite Park, 66
        • on "The Objective and Methods of Agricultural Education", 71
        • on animal health, 71
        • discusses the far reaching effects of tests regarding farm crop diseases, 82
        • Vice President of the Economic Society, 89
        • on “Java and Japan", 90
        • on ancient and modern Agriculture, 91
        • attending a meeting of the Commonwealth Bureau of Science and Industry in Sydney, 95
        • appointed chairman of the committee to investigate the dairying industry, 140a, 140b, 142
        • gives evidence for proposed research laboratories for economic botany in Canberra, 157
        • mentioned in the Prime Minister's speech for his presidency of the butter committee, 166
        • at opening of research laboratory for animal nutrition, 98, 99
        • address to Rotary Club, 192f
      • Ridley Memorial,
        • proposal to raise funds, 104
      • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford, DSc,
        • resigned from the advisory committee under the provisions of the Food and Drug Act, 10
        • discusses the rats and mice used for research, 15
        • will control investigations into the nutrition of sheep, 16a
        • photograph of new laboratory for research he leads, 17
        • welcomes use of radium to treat cancer, 54
        • to deliver lecture in Melbourne on "Growth and Longevity in Men and Animals”, 57
        • addressed the League of Nations on the co-operation of scientists, 75
        • reviewed the operations of Commonwealth Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, especially regarding animal nutrition, 76
        • investigates the nutritive values of fodders for sheep, 93, 96
        • photograph at the opening of the new research laboratory, 100
        • on nutrition research, 102
        • pays tribute to Sir Baldwin Spencer, 176
        • at opening of research laboratory for animal nutrition, 98, 99
        • photograph, 188a1, 188b
      • Robinson, Roy Lister, OBE, BA, BSc,
        • Forestry delegate for Britain at the Forestry Conference, 36, 53, 60, 61
        • former Adelaide Rhodes Scholar, 43, 44, 46, 53, 54
        • in Adelaide, 63
        • photograph, 49, 55, 63
        • ‘Australia’s Beginning’, 113
      • Rochlin, Elijah, LLB,
        • admitted to the Bar, 11
        • degree presented by Professor A L Campbell, 12
      • Rogers, Dr Richard Sanders, MD,
        • reappointed member of the Medical Board, 48
      • Rose Grainger Fund,
        • received donations from Percy Grainger, 130
      • Roseworthy College,
        • teachers at the college and extension of curriculum, 16
        • possible new developments, 128
      • Rowing,
        • rowing championship held at Mannum, 25
      • Russell, Dr Herbert Henry Ernest, MD,
        • reappointed member of the Medical Board, 48
    • S

      • Saunders, Pepita Cerda, LLB,
        • managing clerk for Messrs. Fisher, Powers and Jeffries of Adelaide, 128
      • Savage, Dr Arthur Charles, MBBS,
        • conferred by the Chancellor, 40
      • Schilsky, Charles,
        • teacher of violin has resigned, 46, 47, 48, 116
        • photograph, 116
      • Schneider, Dr Michael, MBBS,
        • to enquire into the effect of industrial occupations on eyesight overseas, 69
      • Scholarships,
        • Elder Scholarship for organ playing awarded to Norman Chinner, 3
        • Archibald Mackie Scholarship has been awarded to Mervyn R. Freney, 6
        • offers of advanced training in research to seven graduates or people of equivalent training, 48, 64
        • Council not to award the Angas Engineering Scholarship, 59, 60
        • John Ridley Memorial Scholarship perpetuates his memory, 65
        • Elder Scholarship awarded to Ruth. W. Naylor, 103
        • music scholarships awarded, 104
        • scholarship for forestry for two years, 127
        • John Gordon scholarship awarded to A H Young and M L Limbert, 136
        • A E Hamilton scholarship awarded to M L Limbert, 136
        • M W Fletcher awarded the council scholarship at St Andrew's College again, 136
        • veterinarian scholarships offered to Adelaide students, 2
      • Schulz, Mr Ernst Adolph, BE,
        • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
      • Science and Industry Endowment Fund,
        • trustees offer a research studentship in forest products, 166
      • Science, Faculty of,
        • Professor Kerr Grant appointed Dean, 108
      • Scott, Dr Malcolm Leslie, MBBS,
        • reappointed honorary surgeon, 196i
      • Secondary Education,
        • English examiners criticised, 27
        • concern over failures in the leaving examination, especially English, 41, 45
        • Director of Education proposes improvements to state education, 58
        • Minister of Education gives cost of primary, secondary and technical education, 162
        • C M Ashworth appointed headmistress of Methodist Ladies College, photograph, 196h
      • Senate, University of Adelaide,
        • meeting to fill the offices and members, 104
        • Warden, Clerk and members representing Council appointed, 108
      • Sharman, Florence Mary, MA,
        • reappointed at Acadia University, Nova Scotia, 8
        • leaving Adelaide, 66
      • Shorney, Dr Herbert Frank, MD,
        • reappointed honorary opthalmologist, 196i
      • Simons, Lloyd Alfred Grigg, BA,
        • success of St Mark's College resident, 116
      • Smeaton, Dr Bronte, MBBS,
        • reappointed honorary surgeon, 196i
      • Smith, John J,
        • awarded a Government bursary, 122
      • Smith, Sydney Talbot, LLB,
        • sole survivor among, 47
        • promoters of the Jubilee, 55
        • photograph, 55
        • elected to the committee of Graduates' Association, 56
        • to represent South Australian institutions at the Australian Library Conference, 64, 69
        • writes in praise of Charles Jury's poetry, 165
      • South Australian Orchestra,
        • "Music Lover" queryies the financial position of the orchestra, 159
        • response by Howard Davies, 159
      • Southwood, Dr Albert Ray, MBBS, MD, DS,
        • appointed to Faculty of Dentistry, 108
        • elected to serve on the Dental Board, 113
        • appointed honorary demonstrator in anatomy, 126
      • Sport,
        • Melbourne University competed with the lacrosse and men's hockey teams, 74
        • students to visit other states to participate in athletic contests, 65
      • State Advisory Council of Science and Industry,
        • annual meeting held at the office of the Premier, 117
      • Stewart, Professor John McKellar, MA,
        • elected to the committee of Classical Association, 31
        • photograph, 31, 188b
        • elected to the committee of Graduates' Association, 56
        • to represent University at the conference of the Australian Universities, 59
        • council representative at Students' Union, 61
        • to represent South Australian institutions at the Australian Library Conference, 64, 69
        • spoke at the annual break-up of the Workers' Education Association, 100
        • appointed to the Advisory Council of Education, 177
        • address "The Union of the English speaking people of the World", 192c
      • Stirling, Sir Edward Charles, MA, MD, DSc,
        • past honorary director of the South Australian Museum, 11
      • Stirling, Sir John Lancelot. LLB,
        • pays tribute to the late Mr Charles Howard Angas, 113
      • Strong, Sir Archibald Thomas, MA,
        • speaks at Royal Society of St George dinner, brief biography, 12, 196d
        • elected to the committee of Classical Association, 31
        • lectured on "Victorianism and Modernism in English Poetry”, 35
        • lectured on “Twentieth century poets”, 37
        • lectured on “Thomas Hardy’s poetry”, 39
        • lectured on “Some aspects of modern English poetry”, 40
        • writes to The Editor, about Rupert Brooke and Tennyson, 39
        • discusses with teachers the failure rate of the leaving English exam, 41, 46, 48, 49
        • to attend an education conference in Vancouver, 113, 121, 129
        • attended conference in Vancouver, 171
        • photograph, 182a, 197
        • addresses to Vancouver conference, 137, 151, 197
        • four articles from the Vancouver paper on Professor Strong's contributions, 150, 151
        • reports on the Vancouver conference, 153
        • argues University needs new arts building, 159
        • wants speech in the new talkie movies to be censored, 159
        • spoke on Education and Politics, 163
        • colloquialisms in speech sometimes permissible, 168
        • on education in the east and chinese educational matters, 177
        • lecture on "Education and Foreign Affairs", 192c
      • Student activities and protests,
        • negotiations for debating teams to visit, 6, 55, 58
        • detail of debates, 60, 62, 196k
      • Student Statistics,
        • careers women choose, 159
      • Student Union,
        • fund raising for building, 37, 39, 43, 47
        • discussion of draft constitution, 45
        • drawing of proposed Union Building, 45
        • Council adopts constitution for the Student Union, 59
        • address of Governor to Union club luncheon, 172
      • Students,
        • students to visit other states to participate in athletic contests, 65
        • Sir Archibald Strong compared students from differing cultures reaction to failure, 177
        • hypnotism used by some students in Cambridge, 196m
        • undergraduate humour, 152
        • classes resume today with student numbers comparing favourably to those of last year, 131
      • Studentships,
        • list of evening studentships offered by the Education Department, 142
      • Swift, Dr Brian Herbert, MBBS,
        • appointed tutor in obstetrics, 108, 126
      • Sydney University,
        • Undergraduates desecrate cenotaph, 185a
      • Symon, Oliver Jose Lewers, LLB,
      • Symon, Sir Josiah,
        • to bequeath his library, 110
        • opened the Lady Symon Building, 134
        • photograph, 134, 186
    • T

      • Tapp, Adrian Lynda, BA,
        • her history of Australian explorers used by the Education Department, 117
      • Taylor, Donald William, BE,
        • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
      • Tennyson, Lord,
        • death announced, 108
        • tribute by Chancellor, 118
      • Thomas Price Scholarship,
        • awarded to Stanley C Spargo, 130
      • Thomas, Dr Marjorie Phyllis Casley, MBBS,
        • appointed acting resident medical officer, 196i
      • Thomas, David John Saint, BE, 96
        • Thomas, Rev, Arthur Nutter, MA (Camb),
          • gave address at the Governor’s levee, 196h
        • Thomson, Harry, LLB,
          • nominated and elected to university Senate, 104, 107, 108, 109
          • photograph, 188b
          • article on "Australia as the Laboratory of Socialism", 192a
          • on "Peace in Industry" and "The University", 192e
        • Thornber Bursary,
          • awarded to Joan Searcy, 6
        • Thornton, Walter Archibald, LLB,
          • admitted to the Bar, 115
          • admitted as practitioner of Supreme Court, 189
        • Thwaites, Dr Harold
          • has settled in practice, 91
        • Thyer, Frederick Lewis, MBBS,
          • received degree of medicine at Oxford University, 122, 123
        • Tillyard, Dr R, FRS,
          • visits Waite Institute, 156, 158
          • photograph, 156, 183b
          • appointed leader of research unit of economic entomology, 196m
        • Tindale, N B,
          • awarded a grant for entomological investigations, 109
        • Tostevin, Dr Alfred Ladyman, MBBS,
          • taking course in London, 91
          • returned to Adelaide, 112
        • Treloar, Albert Edward Coran, LLB,
          • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
        • Tucker, Harold Norman, LLB,
          • brief biography and photograph, 170
        • Turner, Dr Charles Trevor, MBBS,
          • reappointed honorary assisant surgeon, 196i
        • Turner, Raymond Stanley,
          • awarded George Thompson Bursary in commerce, 3
      • U

        • Universities, Other,
          • radium for treatment of cancers to be distributed to Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, 21
          • Sir George Fuller spoke about Australian universities, 125
          • building a school of public health in Sydney, 35, 96
          • Perth wants larger grant, 52
          • Edward Percival, B.Sc.takes Chair of Biology at Canterbury College, Christchurch, 63
          • George H. Bosch offers endowment at Sydney, 1, 95
          • Registrar, Tasmania, appointed delegate to the Australian Music Examinations, 6
          • Hobart votes against lifting the prohibition of teaching theology, 16
          • Professor R S Conway lectures at Melbourne, Sydney and Perth Universities, 21
          • Melbourne University debates professors’ salaries, 57
          • Professor Griffith Taylor accepts position at Chicago University, 62
          • Melbourne University recommends provision of a public hospital as part of medical school, 74
          • chair of zoology, Sydney, accepted by Professor W J Dakin, 76
          • Perth establishing a diploma of commerce, 80
          • success of the Sydney University fund, 84, 93
          • university in Canberra opposed, 85
          • cost of proposed Institute of Anatomy at Canberra cost increased, 86
          • Sydney's Cancer Research Committee to benefit from developments at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 92
          • Rockefeller Foundation donates £700,000 towards library at Cambridge University, 93
          • University of Western Australia laying foundation stones of new buildings, 144, 145a, 145b
          • photographs, 145a, 146a, 146b, 147
          • Fremantle university extension lectures syllabus completed, 145a, 145b
          • James Holmes appointed McCaughey Associate Professor of Geography at Sydney, 151
          • Oviedo University, Spain, closed owing to students' rebellious attitudes, 153
          • New York University has a Hall of Fame, 159
          • establishment of a National Research University discussed, 162, 164, 166
          • obituary for Dr Riley, Chancellor of the Western Australian University, 164
        • University colleges,
          • first annual dinner of the St Mark's College Old Collegians Association held, 24
        • University Council,
          • Harry Thomson elected, 110
        • University Oval,
          • application being made for a new lease, 90
        • University Foundation Stone,
          • laid 50 years ago, 170
        • Ure, Gwendolen Helen, LLB,
          • now Mrs J.C.E. McCarthy, practises law at Kadina, 128
        • Urrbrae Estate,
          • work has begun on establishing an arboretum, 40
        • Urrbrae High School,
          • Peter Waite has given land for the establishment of an agricultural high school, 168, 176
      • V

        • Verco, Gladys Kathleen,
          • Associate in Music, principal subject, violin, 109
        • Verco, Sir Joseph Cooke, MD,
          • “Fifty Years Ago” brief resume, 1
          • resigned his seat on the Council, 91, 96
          • photograph, 91
          • transcript of reply sent to Sir Joseph Verco on his resignation, 92
          • Chancellor pays tribute to Sir Joseph, 118
          • made the first presentation of the Sir Joseph Verco medal to Professor W Howchin, 150
        • Veterinary Scholarships,
          • offered to Adelaide students, 2
        • Visiting Lecturers,
          • Professor W F Osborn in Adelaide seeking delegates to Education conference to be held in Vancouver, 62, 63, 64, 113, 124, 196k
          • Professor Thomas Turner, Birmingham, argued metallurgy part of engineering studies, 16
          • Professor Sir John Russell delivering lectures on agriculture, 16b, 21, 22, 23, 24, 30, 32, 33, 34, 118, 196g
          • Lord Clinton, Chairman of the British Forestry Commission, 62
          • Professor R S Conway, Chair of Latin, Manchester, 62, 68, 69, 74, 75, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88
          • E Dugdale comments on Conway’s lecture on “Rome’s master mind”, 89
          • Professor R J A Berry on the needs of mental patients, photograph, 126
          • Professor Hugh MacLean, London, to lecture nationally, 178
          • Professor J E Russell lectured on contrasts between the American and Australian education systems, photograph, 11, 196d
          • Dr Arthur Hill, Director, Kew Gardens, suggests an Herbarium be established in Canberra, 23
        • Visiting Students,
          • four British students visiting regarding the prospects of settlement here, 69
        • Visitors,
          • The Japanese Squadron visited the University, 39
          • Professor A D Ross visiting Adelaide en route to Canberra, 62
          • Sir Arnold Thieler to enquire into animal research in Australia, 71
          • Dr G F Finlay visited at the invitation of the Agricultural Bureau, 84
          • Dr J E Nichols, Edinburgh, impressions of South Australia's wool industry, 96, 107
          • Commander Manuel de Mendivil with officers and 20 cadets visited the university, 110
          • Professor R S Conway recommends separate Chair of Latin at Adelaide University, 119
          • Dr G A Waterhouse visited Waite Research Institute, 126
          • R J Tillyard, visiting Commonwealth Entomologist, 183b
          • British scientists visiting the Great Barrier Reef, 196i
          • Sir Arnold Thieler says Australia lags in agricultural research, 196l
        • von Bertouch, Bernard, LLB,
          • admitted to the Bar, 11, 12
      • W

        • Wagner, Mr Franz William, BSc,
          • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science presented by Professor Kerr Grant, 12
        • Wagner, Franz William, BSc,
          • 1928 Rhodes Scholar, photograph, 14
          • leaving to study, 21
        • Wainwright, John William, BA,
          • committee member of the Economic Society, 89
        • Wait, Marthe Lucy, MA,
          • to commence post-graduate studies at the Sorbonne, 21
        • Waite Agricultural Research Institute,
          • soils being investigated, 69, 96, 129
          • photographs of plant investigations at Waite Institute, 83
          • photograph of Melrose Laboratory nearing completion, 50
          • new entomologist, 95, 96
          • Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd discussing establishing a £5m plant to manufacture synthetic ammonia nitrates for fertilisers, 116
          • £2000 given by ICI for agricultural research, 76
          • John Melrose Laboratory foundation stone laid by his daughter, 118
          • Professor A E V Richardson discusses the improvement of soil and of breeds of wheat, 129
          • Science benefits rural industry thanks to Sir John Melrose and Peter Waite, 143
          • tenders called for new research buildings, 144
          • Harold Darling as given £10,000 for the development of a division of soil research, 161
          • dogs have killed sheep used for experiments, 178
          • photograph of a person testing for iron traces, 179
          • photograph of an attendant placing seeds in an incubator, 179
          • photograph of tomatoes being used in experiments to combat tomato wilt, 191
          • establishment of an arboretum at Waite Park, 66, 68
          • photograph of Waite Research Institute, formerly Urrbrae House, 26
          • 15 acres of Mr Peter Waite’s bequest to the Education Department will be given to the Waite Research Institute, 54, 55
          • agricultural students from England visit, 72
          • photograph, 72
          • applications invited for the position of assistant chemist investigating soils, 76
          • British wool experts visit, 96
          • Sir Arnold Thieler visits, 69
        • Walsh, Frances M.,
          • awarded a Government bursary to study arts, 122
        • Ward, Dr Leonard Keith, BE, DSc (Syd),
          • appointed to the Royal Commission on the coal industry, photograph, 154
        • Ward, Leonard Rosslyn, BE,
          • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
        • Watson, Richard C,
          • performing in English opera roles, photograph, 63
        • Watson, Professor Archibald, MD (Paris),
          • brief biography, 196g
        • Westgarth, Mr Walter Tebble, BA,
          • Diploma in Primary Education presented by Professor W K Hancock, 12
        • White, Isabel Christian, BA,
          • degree of Bachelor of Arts conferred, 164, 167
        • Wilkinson, Herbert John, BA,
          • awarded a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, 58
        • Willing, Dr Charles Eric, MBBS,
          • Degree conferred by the Chancellor, 40
        • Willsmore Elsie Victoria, MusBac,
          • broadcast of her recital appreciated, 160
        • Wilton, Professor J R,
        • Winton, Louis Joseph, BE,
          • one of a survey party at the Mount Painter radium field, 152
        • Women,
          • see also women students
          • see also gender issues
          • twelve women have been admitted to the Bar, 128
          • a women’s executive formed to support the South Australian Orchestra, 138
          • ‘the frocking’, descriptions of women’s attire at the Jubilee celebrations of the South Australian branch of the British Medical Association, 163
          • recreation activities of women students, 111
          • man arrested after thefts from girls lockers, 196i
          • careers women choose, 159
        • Women Students Union,
          • Lady Symon Building for use of Women Students' Union, 135
        • Wood, Joseph Garnett, MSc,
          • Master of Science degree presented by Professor Kerr Grant, 12
          • working on plant pathology research, 79
        • Woodman, Stanley Kenneth, BE,
          • passed examination for Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Applied Science, 96
        • Woollard, Professor Herbert Henry, MD,
          • new Professor of Anatomy at Adelaide University, 2
          • lecture at Worker's Educational Association on "Brain and Intelligence", 5, 7
          • addressed Graduate Association on need for investigators of science, 12
          • discusses the mental capacity of apes indicating Darwin's views valide, 41, 42
          • on the science of anatomy, 47, 48
          • on "The Science of Dissection", 52, 53
          • William Jethro Brown's comments on his lecture regarding genetics, 55
          • at Koonibba Mission on Eyre Peninsula studying lives and habits of aborigines, 70
          • to take study circles in human biology for the Workers' Education Association, 130
          • appointed to St Bartholomew's Hospital, and University College, London, 175
          • photograph, 175, 182a
        • Workers Education Association [WEA],
          • Secretary returns from study tour, 103
          • 11th annual conference, 7
          • 12th annual conference, 136
          • program for the coming year, 130
          • lecture by Professor Harvey Johnston on pest control, 135, 136
          • lecture by A Grenfell Price, 192a
          • lecture by H G Oliphant, 192c
          • lecture by R C Bald, 192d
        • Wright, Dr George Herbert, BA,
          • will give a lecture on "The Growing Problem of Leisure" at WEA, 130
          • invited to deliver the Drew Lecture on Immortality, 143
          • photograph, 143
      • Y

        • Young, William John, MA, CBE,
          • gift of £1000 to dismantle railings at Victoria Square and re-erect them at the university, 116
          • appointed chairman of State committee of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 158
          • photograph, attending the Levee at Government House, 185
        • Young, Sir Frederick William., LLB,
          • Brief resume in “South Australians Abroad”, 89
      • Z

        • Zoology, Faculty of,
          • biography of Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston, MA, DSc, Chair of Zoology, 3