Index to Volume 19 (1929-1931) - University Newscuttings Books

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    • Academic Matters,
      • candidates credit pass at Grade I Practice of Music Examination to use letters (A Mus A) Associateship in Music, Australia, 24, 26
      • candidates who pass the Licentiate Examination to use letters (L Mus A) Licentiateship in Music, Australia, 24, 26
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations of Diploma of Commerce, Diploma of Public Administration, 29, 32
      • Senate approves special course of instruction for the Public Service leading to AUA, 46
      • proposed tax on books to impact on education, 36, 155
      • calendar information for intending students now available, 48
      • university term begins, 50
      • university terms for 1931, 101
      • comments on university education and its costs, 111, 112
      • comments on 'genius is inborn', 113
      • perceived unsympathetic attitude of University towards State School teachers, 127
      • unlikely Adelaide students will copy Melbourne students in wearing academic gowns, 129
      • comments by Professor Sir William Mitchell on entrance standard for degrees, 135
      • responses to University’s view of high schools prepared by Teachers' Union, 141, 142
      • difficulties in attracting highly qualified scholars to professorships in Australia,142
      • Sir William Mitchell says duty of university is to provide professional men, 144
      • comment on value of a university by Brother Purton, 144
    • Accommodation,
      • early lectures held in Morialta Chambers, 39, 40
    • Adams, Harry,
      • awarded 1931 Joseph Fisher Medal, 162
    • Adamson, Gwen,
      • performed at an Elder pianoforte recital, 92
    • Adamson, Marjorie Dorothea,
      • accompanist and performer at Elder pianoforte recitals, 88, 92
    • Adcock, John Bartlett,
      • seeking admission to the Bar, 159
    • Addison, Stanley Simpson,
      • former graduate appointed Assistant Registrar of the University of Melbourne and other distinguished roles, 86
      • photograph, 86
    • Adelaide Hospital,
      • English medical students to be encouraged to apply for vacant staff positions, 26
      • enough medical students to meet current demand for doctors, 33
      • Dr Bertram Speakman Hanson appointed Registrar of Cancer Clinic, 97
      • endowment for research from Mrs A.M. Simpson, Miss Keith Sheridan,100
      • endowment for research from Georgina Maud Dowling, 100, 101
      • installation of a deep x-ray plant, 101
      • appointments to Adelaide Hospital, 126, 133
    • Adey, William James,
      • the man expected to be next Director of Education,10
      • photographs, 10, 16, 158, 183
      • appointed Director of Education, 16, 18
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 29
      • elected to Council, 32, 33, 34
      • present at laying of foundation stone of laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 57
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • reports on expenditure on education of soldiers’ children, 158
      • comments on public examinations, 163
      • his views mention in discussion of public examinations, 164
      • comments on Lord Baden-Powell's criticism of modern methods of educating children, 176a
    • Affiliated Institutions,
      • State Library, 11
      • School of Mines & Industries, 14
      • Public Library Board, 19, 22, 86
      • Australian Council of Educational Research, 48
      • Board of Governors of the Public Library, Art Gallery and Museum, 86, 114, 115, 156
    • Anthropological Society, 155
      • Board of Governors of the South Australian Museum, 106
    • Alderman, Arthur Richard,
      • paper on rock formations near Mannum, 5
      • preliminary survey of Henbury meteorite craters area, 135
    • Alexander Clark Scholarship,
      • awarded to Gwendoline Gladys Koch, 158
    • Allen, Dr E A,
      • appointed Honorary Psychologist to Children's Hospital, 30
    • Allen, Sir Hugh P,
      • Director of Royal College of Music attends Elder student concert, 65
    • Allin, Thalia,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 162
    • Alpers, Dr P J,
      • awarded an Additional Diploma, 140
    • Alumni,
      • welcome by graduates for Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 84
    • Anatomy & Histology, Chair of,
      • applications have closed, 40, 41
      • appointment not yet made, 46
      • Dr Herbert John Wilkinson appointed, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
      • photograph of Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 189
      • resignation of Professor Herbert Henry Woollard, 37, 40, 41
    • Anatomy, Study of,
      • shortage of sources of bodies for dissection purposes, 52
      • history of vivisection, 114
    • Andersen, C W,
      • Chairman of the University Men's Union Committee on serving of liquor at Faculty function, 62
    • Andrew Scott Memorial Prize for Latin,
      • awarded to John Henry Church, 97
      • awarded to Eric William Gray, 159
    • Andrews, E C,
      • address at Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science predicted eventual penetration of meaning of things, 64
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • Reginald James Bridgland awarded 1929 Angas Engineering Scholarship, 5
      • 1930 award to Charles Mosse Sprigg, 72, 97
    • Angas, Hon. John Howard,
      • Benefactor of university, 22
    • Angel, Jean,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 126
    • Angel, L M,
      • woman student representative on Union Committee for 1930-1932, 120
    • Angel, N,
      • Treasurer of new Economic Club, 110
    • Angwin, H,
      • Chief Engineer of Harbours Board, 119
    • Annual Report,
      • 1929 Annual Report, 46
      • 1930 Annual Report, 101
    • Anthoney, E, MP,
      • appointed to Council of the School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • elected member of Council, 64
      • advocates restoration of Forestry school to Adelaide, 119
    • Anthropology, Study of,
      • scientists from Museum & University to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 129, 142
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies to study aboriginal song, 1
      • scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people, 2, 3, 13, 15, 37
    • Appleby, Ronald D,
      • awarded an evening studentship, 106
    • Appointments,
      • Peter Bornstein appointed violin instructor, 20
      • Professor Leslie Galfried Melville appointed Professor of Economics, 37
      • Dr Charles Albert Edward Fenner appointed lecturer in Geography, 40, 41
      • Dr Herbert John Wilkinson appointed Elder Professor of Anatomy & Histology, 48, 49, 50, 51
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell, Professor Robert William Chapman & Edward Wheewall Holden appointed to Board to bridge gap between students and employer, 56
      • Mary Hope St Clair Crampton appointed assistant lecturer in French, 60, 61
      • appointment of a Jury Professor of English Language & Literature not expected in 1930, 84
      • appointment of a new Librarian not expected in 1930, 84
      • Sir Charles James Martin appointed Chief of the Animal Nutrition Division of the Commonwealth Council for Scientific & Industrial Research & Professor of Biochemistry, 87
      • new Bachelor of Economics & Bachelor of Science degrees do not need new staff, 95
      • Professor Kerr Grant appointed honorary associate astronomer, 97
      • Dr Bertram Speakman Hanson appointed Registrar of Cancer Clinic, 97
      • Executive Council appointments to Adelaide Hospital, 126
    • Arden, Felix Wilfred,
      • awarded 1930 Dr Davies-Thomas Scholarship, 97
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Hockey), 81c
    • Art Works,
      • bequest by Miss J T Ridley of the silver Ridley Candelabrum, 63
      • Graduates' Association role in construction of the Cloisters as a War Memorial, 96
      • bronze memorial tablet in tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • photograph of gold miniature of John Ridley's original reaper surmounting Candelabrum, 183
    • Arts, Master of,
      • new clause was added to regulations, 94
    • Ashton, Kathleen,
      • performed at Elder concert by advanced students, 87
      • vocalist at lunch hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 121
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 126, 162
    • Ashurst, Thomas,
      • 1922 Rhodes Scholar, 31
    • Ashworth, Clarice Mabel,
      • admitted Bachelor of Arts (ad eundem gradum) in 1929, 38
    • Australian Government,
      • concern over question of Australian territorial rights in Antarctic, 187q
      • Prime Minister announces Federal Government's decision to continue exploration Australian sector of the Antarctic, 187q
      • Federal Government contribution to the BANZ. Antarctic Research Expedition, 187q
      • Commonwealth Government likely to support BANZ. Expedition, 187r, 187s
    • Ayers, Ivy,
      • accompanist at staff concerts, 15, 26, 63, 78, 84
  • B

    • Backhaus, Wilhelm,
      • notable visitor at Elder Student concert, 65
    • Badenoch, Joy,
      • vocalist at Elder advanced students concert, 57, 58, 115
    • Baden-Powell, Lord,
      • criticism of modern methods of children’s education, 176a
    • Badger, C,
      • member of team for debate with Oregon (USA) debating club, 139
    • Bagot, John Hervey,
      • seeking admission to the Bar, 159
      • Bachelor of Arts (ad eundum gradum) conferred, 162
    • Bagot, Walter H,
      • Architect conducts annual inspection of buildings, 93
      • architect of Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
    • Bald, Dr Robert Cecil,
      • to lecture on Donne in English Literature, 117, 127
      • to carry on work of Professor of English Language & Literature until new appointment, 86
      • Master of Arts (ad eundem gradum) conferred, 97
    • Bampton, Albert William,Brose, Dr Henry Herman Leopold Adolph,
      • reader in physics at University College of Nottingham, 31
      • 1913 Rhodes Scholar translates a lecture by Professor Albert Einstein, 74
    • Brose, Henry Herman Leopold Adolph,
      • awarded Doctor of Science by Council, 117
      • appointed Professor of Physics at University College, Nottingham, 126
      • photograph, 126
      • biography, 126
    • Barbour, Dorothy Jean,
      • accompanist & member of Brahms Piano Quartet at Elder student concert, 162
    • Barbour, Jean,
    • Barbour, Robert Roy Pitty,
      • President of Organising Committee for Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112, 116
      • Master of Arts (ad eundem gradum) conferred, 97
      • 1920 Queensland Rhodes Scholar, 103
      • photograph, 183
    • Barker, A B,
      • on committee to investigate underground electrolysis in metropolitan Adelaide, 126
    • Barker, J E,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Lacrosse), 81c
    • Barlow, Dr William,
      • great debt owed to university's first Registrar, 39
      • gift of law books to library, 3
    • Barnden, Vina,
      • soloist at Elder student concerts, 73, 115
    • Barnes, Hilda,
      • vocalist at a lunch-hour organ recital, 66
      • vocalist at opera class performances, 74, 142, 188a
      • performance at annual Nunc Dimitis, 95
    • Barr Smith Library,
      • see also Library
      • gift from Tom Elder Barr Smith for construction, 2, 2a, 3, 24, 46, 83, 84, 101, 160, 167
      • sketch of proposed building, 2, 2a, 3
      • gifts of books and other items for the library, 3, 38, 46, 83, 84
      • Bill in House of Assembly for university to acquire land for erection, 21, 22, 23, 24, 43
      • acquisition of land, 83
      • local materials to be used in construction, 60
      • progress on building, 46, 51, 156
      • details of building and contents, 156
      • photographs, 160, 171, 172, 175, 179, 180a, 182
      • architects Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith & Irwin, 60, 61, 160
      • contractor was H S C Jarvis of Croydon, 60, 61, 156, 160
      • books to be shelved prior to an official opening in 1932, 162, 167
      • laying of foundation stone, 83, 84
      • photograph of laying of foundation stone, 178, 182
    • Barr Smith Prize for Greek,
      • 1930 award to Christopher Nutter Thomas, 97
      • Eric William Gray was 1928 prizeman, 159
    • Barr Smith, Mrs T E,
      • laid foundation stone of Barr Smith Library, 83
      • photograph, 182
    • Barr Smith, Robert,
      • gifts for books and equipment to university, 3, 22, 83
      • new library a memorial to him, 83, 84, 97, 182
    • Barr Smith, Tom Elder,
      • gifts for construction of library, 2, 2a, 3, 22, 24, 37, 38, 46, 61, 83, 84, 101, 160, 167, 178, 182
      • photographs, 3, 61, 178
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57, 58
      • response on behalf of his wife following laying of foundation stone for Library, 84
      • regretted deaths of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson & Robert John Miller Clucas, 84
      • renominated for membership of Senate, 93
      • elected a member of Council, 94
      • Sir Walter James Young sought his advice prior to accepting Chairman of Advisory Committee on State Finance, 138
      • founded League of Nations Essay Prize, 156
    • Barrien, Beryl S,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Science), 106
    • Barter, Francis Charles,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
      • seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Bartholomaeus, Clifford Geoffrey,
      • graduated with degree of Bachelor of Engineering & Diploma in Applied Science, 67
    • Basedow, Dr Herbert,
      • lecture on Aborigines of Central Australia at Anthropological Institute, London, 160
      • in lectures in Paris predicted extinction of Australian Aborigines, 164, 167
      • on derogatory influence of talkie pictures on English as taught in schools, 5
    • Batchelor, Florence Elizabeth Reine,
      • elected member of Women Graduates' Association, 29
    • Bayly, William Reynolds,
      • retired as Headmaster of Prince Alfred College, 1
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
    • Beard, Dr Jack Roland Stanley Grose,
      • appointed Tutor in Obstetrics, 163
    • Beare, Dr Frank Howard,
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Physician, 126
      • appointed Honorary Assistant Physician, 133, 134
      • admitted as Member of Royal College of Physicians, London, 133, 134
    • Beare, Sir Thomas Hudson,
      • comments on early days of University, 80
      • credits his success to good training by John Anderson Hartley, 80
      • biography, 125
      • photograph, 125
      • Regius Professor of Engineering at University of Edinburgh, 112, 151
    • Beerworth, W C,
      • elected member of the University Union committee, 107
      • men student representative (Law) on Union Committee 1931-1932, 120
    • Begg, Dr Percy Raymond,
      • appointed Lecturer in Orthodontics, 163
      • appointed Demonstrator in Orthodontic Technique, 163
    • Bell, Blanche,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 87
      • musical performance at graduates welcome for Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 84
    • Bennett, Richard William,
      • death, 1
      • photograph, 1
      • legacy to provide a scholarship medal for law students, 1
    • Bensley, Joan,
      • pianist at student pianoforte recitals, 25, 87, 92
      • vocalist at student concert, 126
    • Bensley, Professor Edward von Blomberg,
      • University’s fourth Professor of Classics, 147
      • world-wide fame for Adelaide Professor, 116
    • Bequests, Gifts & Endowments,
      • legacy from Richard Willam Bennett to provide a scholarship medal for law students, 1
      • gifts by Tom Elder Barr Smith for construction of library building, 2, 2a, 3, 22, 24, 37, 38, 46, 61, 83, 84, 101, 160, 167, 178, 182
      • gift by Robert Barr Smith for books and equipment, 3
      • gift of law books by William Barlow, 3
      • gifts of books, bronze statuette & silverware by Rt Hon Sir Samuel James Way, 3
      • gifts by Sir Josiah Symon of early law reports & other legal books, 3
      • gift by Sir Joseph Cooke Verco of medical books, 3, 162
      • gift of collection of books & periodicals by Dr Ramsay Smith, 3, 46
      • gift by Darling Family for a new medical building (Darling Building), 3, 57, 58
      • Lady Symon Building erected following a gift by Sir Josiah Symon, 3, 37
      • gift by Sir Walter James Young towards erection of boundary fence, 3, 37
      • gift by Sir John Langdon Bonython for construction of Bonython Hall, 3, 22, 24, 37
      • possible future bequest to be known as the Warwick Day Brown bequest, 4
      • bequest by Harold Fisher to St. Mark's College, 16
      • gift to establish John Melrose Laboratory, 19, 22, 29, 37, 39, 54, 57
      • donation from Harold Darling & Family for erection of a soil laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 19, 29, 37, 39, 46, 57, 58
      • gift from Mrs W B Poole of collection of photomicrographs of natural history specimens, 20
      • gift by Dr John Besley Gillen of original notebooks on native tribes of Central Australia, 20
      • gift by Sir John Langdon Bonython for erection of Bonython Hall, 22, 24
      • bequests according to Commonwealth Year Book, 22
      • Sir John Langdon Bonython gives money for university’s general purposes, 46
      • Waite Agricultural Research Institute result of gift of Peter Waite, 34, 36
      • gift by Lily & Eva Waite for planting university grounds, 37, 46
      • expression of gratitude to Sir John Langdon Bonython & Tom Elder Barr Smith, 38
      • gift of 180 works books by Carnegie Corporation, 38
      • gift by Dr William Ramsay Smith of over 2,165 volumes, 38
      • bequest by Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson to house School of Chemistry, 38, 46
      • Commonwealth Bank of Australia towards erection of plant culture house & insectary, 46
      • endowment of Chair of Economics by George Gollin, 54, 55, 97
      • gift by E F Fricke of collection of grasses & fodder plants, 63
      • bequest by Miss J T Ridley of silver Ridley Candelabrum, 63, 183, 184
      • Dr William Ray's gift of apparatus to physics department, 78
      • gift for building of John Darling Laboratory, 81, 82
      • gifts of books by Rt Rev Augustus Short, Rt Hon Sir Samuel James Way, Hon Sir Josiah Symon, Alfred Muller Simpson, Dr William Ramsay Smith & the Carnegie Institute, 83, 84
      • gifts & endowments by Sir Walter Watson Hughes & Sir Thomas Elder, 84
      • Sir John Langdon Bonython presented a cheque for ₤40,000 for building of Great Hall, 96, 97
      • subscription by friends of Professor Edward Henry Rennie to establish a memorial scholarship for research in chemistry, 96, 97
      • trust for scientific research from estate of Georgina Maud Dowling, 100, 101, 162
      • endowment from Mrs A M Simpson & Miss Keith Sheridan, 100
      • endowment of Chair of Law by Sir John Langdon Bonython, 100
      • bequest by Mrs Elizabeth Macmeikan for Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 111, 162
      • endowment of £12,000 for a separate Chair of English Literature to bear of G A Jury, 121
      • endowment of School of Music by Sir Thomas Elder, 148
      • William Clayton's gift of an historic document of 1470, 153
      • photograph of Waymouth Street property gifted by Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson, 190
    • Berry, Frances Winifred,
      • appointed acting Headmistress of St Peter's Collegiate School for Girls, 26
      • photograph, 26
    • Berry, Miss W,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
    • Besanko, Enid,
      • cast member of comic opera 'Merrie England' by Opera Class, 188a, 188b
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 17
    • Besanko, Maurice H,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Besley, Joyce,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Arts), 106
    • Best, Rupert Jethro,
      • discovered a more accurate method of estimating quantity of salt in soil, 122
      • photograph, 164
      • awarded Rennie Memorial Medal, 164
    • Beurle, Cecil,
      • cello soloist at organ recital by John Adam Horner, 137
    • Beurle, Rev Norman Louis,
      • awarded 1930 Bundey Prize for English Verse, 59
    • Bevan, Clifford,
      • pianist at Elder student concerts, 65, 66, 126
    • Bevan, Hopkin Llewelyn Willett,
      • degree Master of Arts (ad eundum gradum) conferred, 162
    • Bevan, Medhurst Llewelyn Willett,
      • seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Biaggini, Ernest Gordon,
      • address at Workers' Educational Association annual student break-up, 90
      • acting Professor of Economics, 106
    • Bickersteth, Rev Kenneth Julian Faithfull,
      • officiated at funeral of William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • appointed to Council of St Mark's College & Education Committee, 48
      • memorial address for Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79b, 80
      • officiated at funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • comments on scheme for common standard of matriculation throughout Commonwealth, 99
      • granted leave of absence from St. Peter's College, 107a
      • photographs, 107a, 180b, 183
      • brief biography, 126
      • retired from Council, 156
      • comments on impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books & periodicals, 157
    • Bills, A M,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Hockey), 81c
      • elected member of Union committee & Men's Union committee, 107
      • men student representative (Arts) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • leader for debate with Oregon (USA) debating club, 139
    • Biochemistry & General Physiology, Chair of,
      • appointment to be made shortly, 48
      • appointment not yet made, 46
      • Sir Charles James Martin expected to be appointed Professor of Biochemistry, 74
      • Sir Charles James Martin appointed Professor of Biochemistry, 87, 106
    • Birks, Walter Richard,
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 75
    • Black, Jean,
      • pianist at Elder Conservatorium students' concerts, 25, 65, 91, 93, 140
      • member of pianoforte quintet at Elder students concert, 140
    • Black, John McConnell,
      • aka James John McConnell Black,
      • appointed by Council to represent University at Fifth International Botanical Conference at Cambridge, 44, 74
      • recipient of Sir Joseph Verco Medal, 67, 69, 108, 145
      • elected a Vice-President of the Royal Society of South Australia, 154
      • University representative at Fifth International Botanical Congress at Cambridge, 48, 99
      • photographs, 48, 69
      • brief biography, 48
      • elected an Associate of the Linnean Society of London, 74
    • Blair, J B,
      • Chairman of new Economic Club, 110
    • Bleby, Gordon Edward Harry,
      • seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Bleby, Thelma Evelyn,
      • awarded 1929 Bonython Prize, 39
    • Bonnin, N J,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Boat), 81c
    • Bonython Hall,
      • proposed site with vista down Pulteney Street, 14
      • Bill in House of Assembly for University to acquire land, 21, 22, 23, 24, 43
      • gift by Sir John Langdon Bonython for erection of great hall, 22, 24, 96, 97
      • money not available until next year, 46
      • building delayed pending final approval of plan, 162
    • Bonython Prize,
      • no award for 1930, 93
    • Bonython, Mrs. Lavington,
      • President of Ladies’ Auxiliary supporting South Australian Orchestra, 63
      • spoke on voluntary social service at vocation conference, 139
    • Bonython, Sir John Langdon,
      • gift for construction of Bonython Hall, 3, 22, 24, 37, 96, 97
      • gifts to university and School of Mines, 96, 97, 153
      • gifts to other educational institutions, 153
      • retirement from Council, 22
      • dinner in recognition of services to School of Mines & Industries, 23
      • photographs, 23, 82, 97, 153, 185
      • nominated for vacancy on council, 29
      • elected to vacancy on Council, 32, 33, 34
      • congratulated on holding office of President of School of Mines & Industries for 40 years, 38
      • expression of gratitude for his liberality, 38
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • present at physics lecture theatre to hear conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • endowment of Chair of Law, 100
      • congratulates Professor Robert William Chapman on award of Kernot Memorial Medal, 127
      • announced that Professors Robert William Chapman & Kerr Grant will attend British Association for the Advancement of Science meetings, 134
    • Bonython, John Lavington,
      • present at laying of foundation stone of John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • present at physics lecture theatre to hear conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
      • with wife sent floral tribute to funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • photograph of Lord Mayor at opening of John Darling Laboratory, 82
    • Booth, Stanley Russell,
      • claimed students had failed because of increased taxes on text books, 156
      • on influence of university education on British businesses, 39
      • on Cambridge University, 39
      • elected a member of Economic Society, 83
    • Bornstein, Peter,
      • appointed violin instructor at Elder Conservatorium, 20
      • biographies, 20, 24
      • photographs, 20, 24, 51
      • on music as part of a general education, 20
      • first recital by Elder Conservatorium violin teacher, 24
      • performance on 'Classical Hour' series for Radio 5CL, 51
      • member of String Quartet at Elder concerts, 60, 71, 84, 111, 117
      • performed at concert by South Australian Orchestra, 72
      • violinist at a concert by staff, 78, 121, 132, 146
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • played in music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Bosworth, Richard Charles Leslie,
      • accepted by Council for degree of Master of Science, 154
      • awarded 1930 David Murray Scholarship for Science, 99
    • Boulger, Professor Edward Vaughan,
      • third Professor of Classics, 147
      • second Professor of English Language & Literature & Mental & Moral Philosophy, 147
    • Bowen, Gordon Melville,
      • awarded 1930 Elder Scholarship for organ, 95
    • Bragg, Professor Sir William Henry,
      • presided 1909 meeting of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 14
      • second Elder Professor of Mathematics, 39, 147
      • departure for Leeds University, 95
      • awarded Copley Medal by the Royal Society, London, 96, 97
      • is Fullerian Professor of Chemistry, Royal Institution & Director of the Davy-Faraday Research Laboratory, an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge & Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 96
      • brief biography, 96
      • awarded Franklin Gold Medal by American Philosophical Society, 67, 97
      • world-wide fame for Adelaide Professor, 116, 131
      • awarded Order of Merit, 117, 118
      • co-winner of 1915 Nobel Prize for Physics elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1907, 118
      • responsible for engineering matters before Chair of Engineering established, 123
      • photograph, 67, 131, 147
      • tribute to work of Michael Faraday, 134
      • thirty years earlier suggested teachers’ expertise be raised by admitting them to lectures & examinations free of charge, 142
      • talk by Chief Engineer for Railways at Rotary Club on the Braggs’ use of science in war, 142
      • condolence on death of Lady Bragg, daughter of Sir Charles Todd, 147
      • elected a Representative of Royal Society of South Australia on various scientific organisations, 154
    • Bragg, Professor William Lawrence,
      • Langworthy Professor of Physics at University of Manchester, 96, 118
      • successor of Sir Ernest Rutherford in Chair of Physics at Manchester University, 131
      • talk by Chief Engineer for Railways at Rotany Club on the Braggs’ use of science in war, 142
      • co-winner of 1915 Nobel Prize for Physics elected Fellow of Royal Society, 118
    • Bray, John Jefferson,
      • 1930 Stow Prizeman, 97
    • Brebner, Charles Cave,
      • appointed Lecturer in Commercial Law I, Board of Commercial Studies, 163
    • Bridgland, Reginald James,
      • awarded 1929 Angas Engineering Scholarship, 5
      • photograph, 5
    • Bromley, Mr,
      • BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition meterologist’s contribution, 187r
      • photograph, 187r
    • Brookman, John Ragless,
      • engineer influential in Australian development, 119
    • Brose, Dr Henry Herman Leopold Adolph,
      • reader in physics at University College of Nottingham, 31
      • 1913 Rhodes Scholar translates a lecture by Professor Albert Einstein, 74
      • awarded Doctor of Science by Council, 117
      • appointed Professor of Physics at University College, Nottingham, 126
      • photograph, 126
      • biography, 126
    • Brougham, Leonard Arthur Morris,
      • appointed Demonstrator in Prosthetic Technique, Faculty of Dentistry, 163
    • Brown, Dr Gilbert,
      • appointed an Honorary Anaesthetist, 126
      • appointed Instructor in Anaesthetics, Faculty of Medicine, 163
      • appointed Instructor in Anaesthetics, Faculty of Dentistry, 163
    • Brown, J A V,
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Brown, Professor Alfred Reginald Radcliffe,
      • to edit 'Oceania' published by Australian National Research Council, 41
    • Brown, Professor William Jethro,
      • obituary, 62, 63
      • photograph, 62
      • death mourned at Commemoration ceremony, 97
      • third Professor of Law, 148
    • Browne, Clifford Harding,
      • appointed Lecturer in Commercial Practice, 39
      • comments on overcrowding within Public Service, 54
      • photograph, 54
      • elected member of Economic Society, 83
      • speech on 'the Public Service from the standpoint of one outside it' at Annual Conference of South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
      • appointed Lecturer in Commercial Practice, Board of Commercial Studies, 163
      • address at meeting of Commerce students & lecturers, 51
    • Buildings,
      • sketch of proposed Library building, 2, 3
      • gift by Darling Family for new medical building in memory of John Darling, 3, 57, 58
      • Lady Symon Building erected with gift by Sir Josiah Symon, 3, 37
      • siting of proposed Bonython Hall, 3, 14, 37
      • gifts by Sir John Langdon Bonython for building Bonython Hall, 3, 22, 24, 37, 96, 97, 153
      • tenders called for erection of Barr Smith Library, 51
      • South Australian Chamber of Manufacturers objection to transfer of Exhibition Building property from to University, 12
      • problems with site for Barr Smith Library due to lack of space, 14
      • future erection of Arts Building contiguous to the Library, 14
      • proposal that Barr Smith Library main frontage will be to River Torrens, 14, 24
      • Bill in the House of Assembly to acquire land for erection of Bonython Hall & Barr Smith Library, 21, 22, 23, 24, 43
      • Exhibition Building never intended as a permanent structure, 22, 24
      • need for land abutting Frome Road for a medical school near hospital, 24
      • tenders called for John Darling Laboratory, 29
      • Messrs Cheary Bros successful tenderers for John Darling Laboratory, 34, 42a, 42b, 42c
      • new plant culture houses & insectary at Waite Institute opened, 36, 37, 38, 39
      • gifts by Tom Elder Barr Smith for Barr Smith Library, 2, 2a, 3, 24, 37, 38, 46, 83, 84, 101, 160, 167, 182
      • bequest by Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson for reconstruction of building to house School of Chemistry, 38, 46
      • photograph of demolition of former powder magazine/military prison/anatomy room to the rear of Elder Conservatorium, 41
      • transformer station to supply electricity to University to be erected at rear of Elder Conservatorium, 41
      • plans & specifications being prepared for the Barr Smith Library building, 43
      • Bonython Hall to be built on North Terrace facing Pulteney Street, 43
      • progress on building of John Darling Laboratory, Barr Smith Library & Bonython Hall, 46, 97
      • grant by Commonwealth Bank of Australia for erection of plant culture house & insectary, 46
      • foundation stone laid for John Darling Laboratory, 54, 57, 58, 194
      • H S C Jarvis was successful tenderer for construction of Barr Smith Library, 60, 61, 160
      • Messrs Woods, Bagot, Jory & Laybourne Smith architects for Barr Smith Library, 60, 61
      • local building materials to be used in construction of Barr Smith Library, 60, 61
      • invitations issued for official opening of John Darling Laboratories, 76
      • Governor General, Lord Stonehaven, opened John Darling Laboratory, 81, 82
      • photograph of John Darling Laboratory, 81a
      • foundation stone for Barr Smith Library laid by Mrs. Barr Smith, 83, 84, 93
      • Walter Hervey Bagot was architect for Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
      • Council's successful approach to government for further land for Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
      • annual inspection of buildings by Council members & University Architect, Walter Hervey Bagot, 93
      • Graduates' Association role in construction of Cloisters as a War Memorial, 96
      • Barr Smith library a memorial to Robert Barr Smith & his son Tom Elder Barr Smith, 97
      • photograph of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 177
      • photographs of Barr Smith Library, 178, 179, 180a, 182
      • drawing of Library as it will appear when completed, 182
      • photograph of new plant culture houses & insectary, 194
    • Bundey Prize for English Verse,
      • 1930 award to Rev Norman Louis Beurle, 59
      • Council not to award Bundey Prize for English Verse for 1932, 117
      • subject for 1930 prescribed, 44
    • Burdon, Roy Stanley,
      • provides scientific proof that Earth rotates, 61
      • public demonstration on electrons to be in aid of Sports Association funds, 86
      • photographed demonstrating a Dowling ultra-micrometer, 189
    • Burgess, Ada Adelaide,
      • awarded 1930 Theory of Music Scholarship, 95
    • Buring, Vida,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 17, 74, 87
    • Burnard, Alexander,
      • on a concert by South Australian Orchestra, 72
      • articles on Elder student concerts, 73, 74, 88, 95, 126, 162, 170e, 170f1, 188a
      • on concerts by staff of Elder Conservatorium, 78, 121, 146
      • on opening of Elder Conservatorium Concert season, 111
      • on concert of chamber music by Elder String Quartet, 117
      • on Elder Conservatorium chamber music concert, 132
    • Burnard, Dr Renfrey Gershom,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant, 133
    • Burnard, Richard Thomas,
      • mentioned in December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Burnell, Dr Glen Howard,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Surgical Section, 133
    • Burrows, Harold,
      • cast member of 'Maritana' by Elder Opera Class, 170b, 170d, 170e
      • cast member of 'Merrie England' by Elder Opera Class, 188a, 188b
      • performer in 'King Arthur, 142
    • Burston, Dr Samuel Roy,
      • appointed clinical lecturer in medicine, 111
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Physician, 126
      • presented for degree of MB, BS, 67
    • Burton, Isabel,
      • vocalist at Elder opera class performance, 74
      • cast member of 'Merrie England' by Elder Opera Class, 188a, 188b
      • vocalist at student concert, 11
    • Butler, Marjorie,
      • pianist with Maude Mary Puddy at Elder student concert, 95
    • Butler, Miss M,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (W Hockey), 81c
    • Byard, D J,
      • photograph, 75
      • comments on growing prevalence of misspelling, 75
    • Byles, Baldur Unwin,
      • return after studying on travelling scholarship, 80
  • C

    • Cairns, Dr Hugh William Bell,
      • 1917 Rhodes Scholar is distinguished physician in England, 31
    • Calendar,
      • issue of 1930 Calendar, 53
    • Campbell, Dr Thomas Draper,
      • member of scientific group who studied Aboriginal people at Koonibba and Hermannsburg, 2, 3, 13, 15, 37
      • member of party to study Australian Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 74
      • member of party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136, 142
      • gave life-like colouring to plaster casts of faces of Central Australian Aborigines, 145
      • member of party who studied Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 154, 155
      • elected Member of Council of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
      • gave account of research work by party who studied Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
      • appointed Lecturer in Dental Anatomy, 163
    • Campbell, Flight-Lieutenant S A C,
      • member of second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187l
      • photograph, 187l
    • Campbell, Lawrence,
      • to conduct examinations in elocution under Australian Music Examinations Board, 151
      • photograph, 151
    • Campbell, Professor Arthur Lang,
      • motion at Union meeting not to allow liquor to be served in refectory, 62
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • recommended forming committee of graduates, 84
      • President of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • representative of Teaching Staff on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • comments on powers of Imperial Government over appointment of nominees of NSW Legislative Council, 128
      • photographs in procession at Commemoration, 175, 191
    • Career Information,
      • opportunities for careers in political life, 10
      • Australian Federation of University Women conference on careers for girls, 139
    • Carey, Francis Clive Savill,
      • examiner for Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music & the Royal College of Music, 142, 157
      • sent floral tribute for funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • photograph, 157
    • Carey, Les,
      • cast member in comic opera 'Merrie England' by Elder Opera Class, 188b
    • Carnegie Corporation of New York,
      • gift to Australian Institute for educational research & investigation, 30, 32, 48
      • gift of 180 works on education & psychology to library, 38
      • Dr Adolf John Schulz a delegate at meeting of Australian Council of Educational Research under auspices of Carnegie Corporation, 48
      • Australian Council of Educational Research inaugurated under auspices, 48, 78
      • Andrew Carnegie's donations through Carnegie Institute, 83, 84
      • gift of library books, 83, 84
    • Casey, Major R G,
      • In photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
    • Cash, Geraldine Margaret Mary,
      • awarded 1930 Elder Scholarship for singing, 33
      • photograph, 33
      • received music Diploma, 34
      • winner of Poetry Society Prize, 61
      • resigned 1930 Elder Scholarship, 103
    • Caterer, Thomas Ainslie,
      • first graduate & later Clerk of Senate, 112
    • Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship,
      • applications open, 4
      • scholarship to commemorate public service of Catherine Helen Spence, 31
    • Cavalier, Herbert Ramsden,
      • conferred with Master of Arts (ad eundum gradum), 162
    • Ceremonies & Celebrations,
      • Council to decide regarding serving of liquor at Faculty Dinners held in refectory, 62
      • Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven, to attend University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112
      • Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven attended University Exhibition, 116
      • program for University Exhibition, 116
    • Chadwick, Edith,
      • vocalist at Elder concerts, 57, 95
    • Chamber of Manufactures,
      • tribute for Advisory Committee on State Finance and W.J.Young, 138, 139
    • Chancellors,
      • Sir George John Robert Murray, see under Murray, Sir George John Robert photograph of Sir William Mitchell with Sir John Langdon Bonython and Professsor John McKellar Stewart, 185
      • details of 1482 law book presented Library by Rt Hon Sir Samuel James Way, 11
      • Sir Richard Davies Hanson, 39
      • Right Rev Augustus Short, 39
      • Chancellor's Prize, 1903 award to John Frederick Ward, 1
    • Chapman, J D,
      • Assistant City Engineer, 123
    • Chapman, R H,
      • Chief Engineer for South Australian Railways, 123
      • Spoke to Rotary Club on the Braggs’ application of science to war, 142
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • inspection of work on North Shore Bridge, Sydney with students, 12, 14
      • to act on committee of enquiry on embankment at Eildon Weir, Victoria, 15
      • presented gifts to A Wilson on his retirement as Caretaker, 20
      • appointed acting Vice-Chancellor during absence of Professor Sir William Mitchell, 33, 34, 37
      • report upon stability of Eildon Weir, 37
      • comment that Waite Agricultural Research Institute 'has made Adelaide University the envy of every other university in Australia', 39
      • pallbearer for Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43
      • address at Rotary luncheon on 'The Sydney Harbour Bridge', 50
      • photographs, 50, 119, 123, 171, 177, 183, 190, 192, 193
      • member of Board to bridge gap between student and employer, 56
      • presented Clifford Geoffrey Bartholomaeus for degree of Bachelor of Engineering & for Diploma in Applied Science, 67
      • representative at biennial University Conference, 74, 76
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee for 1931 award, 86, 87, 95
      • renominated for membership of the Senate, 93
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • elected member of Council, 94
      • proposed research scholarship in memory of Professor Edward Henry Rennie, 94
      • accepted vacancy on St. Mark's College Council, 99
      • 64th birthday, 99
      • report on J K Rudolf's attempt to solve problem of perpetual motion, 108
      • to represent South Australia at Centenary Conference of British Association for the Advancement of Science, 112, 129, 131, 134, 135, 136
      • awarded Kernot Memorial Medal for 1926 to 1930 by Melbourne University, 117, 119, 127
      • to give public lecture on 'The Sydney Bridge', 117
      • role in testing devices of inventors, 123
      • first Professor of Engineering at Adelaide, 123
      • member of Councils of the Institute of Mines & Industries (from 1917) & the University of Adelaide (from 1919) President of the Astronomical Society of South Australia & member of Marryatville Bowling Club, 123
      • public lecture on 'The Sydney Bridge', 127, 128
      • tribute to work of Michael Faraday, 136
    • Chappel, Phyllis,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 87
    • Charleston, D M,
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Charlesworth, G,
      • President of Teachers’ Union on costs of secondary and university education, 17
      • photograph, 17
    • Cheek, Alan,
      • vocalist at Elder students' concert, 65
    • Chemistry, Chair of,
      • endowed by John Howard Angas, 38
    • Chinner, Constance,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 95
    • Chinner, Norman,
      • Organist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 73, 140
    • Christie, Dr William,
      • nominated for membership of Royal Society of South Australia, 5
      • member of Educational Committee of Institute of Public Administration, 132
      • appointed Principal Medical Officer in Education Department, 134
      • brief biography, 134
      • comments on competitive examinations as entry for Public Service, 140, 143
    • Church, John Henry,
      • awarded 1930 Andrew Scott Memorial Prize for Latin, 97
    • Cilento, Gladys,
      • vocalist during organ recital by John Adam Horner, 118
    • Clark, Charles,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Clark, E V,
      • elected acting clerk of Senate, 94
    • Clark, Marie,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 61, 62, 87, 162
    • Clark, Robert J,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Clayton, William,
      • gift of an historic document on a gargantuan feast in 1470, 153
    • Cleland, Betty,
      • to propose toast to 'The University Women's Union', 96
    • Cleland, Miss E,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (W. Hockey), 81c
      • woman student representative (Science) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Cleland, Mrs J B,
      • elected member of Women Graduates' Association, 29
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton,
      • member of scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people, 2, 13, 15, 37
      • to lead a party to study physical & physiological features of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • conducted blood tests of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek in Central Australia, 142
      • requested to provide help for diseased Aborigines, 11
      • sick, taking leave, 46
      • member of party to study Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 74
      • return from study of Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 80
      • wrote paper on pathological lesions of Australian Aborigines with Brian Gilmore Maegraith & Dr Henry Fry, 95
      • became member of Special Advisory Committee on State Finance & committee to report on catchment areas for water supplies, 97
      • photographs, 122, 191
      • biography, 122
      • spoke to Anthropolgical Society on study of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
    • Close, Dr Walter John Westcott,
      • appointed an Honorary Clinical Assistant, 133
      • appointed Honary Demonstrator in Anatomy, 39
    • Clubs, Associations & Societies,
      • paper by G A McMillan on 'Terence' at Classical Association, 20
      • annual meeting of Graduates' Association, 20
      • proposal that Graduates' Association amalgamate with University Union passed, 20
      • last annual luncheon of Graduates' Association, 38
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson assisted formation of Graduates' Association, 42a, 42b, 42c
      • AGM of Commerce Students' Association, 51
      • C W Anderson, of Men’s Union Committee, in debate on serving of liquor in refectory, 62
      • Men's Swimming Club added to Sports Association, 81c
      • public demonstrations by Professor Kerr Grant & Roy Stanley Burdon to aid Sports Association funds, 86
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell on solutions to economic problems at Workers' Educational Association annual student break-up, 90
      • Graduates' Union lunch for new graduates, 96
      • Graduates' Association role in construction of Cloisters as a War Memorial, 96
      • annual dinner for Women's Union, 96
      • Sports Association selects a new design for blazer, 107
      • Men's Union decides that students should take greater interest in political, economic and social problems of Australia, 107
      • proposal for a 12 month suspension of inter-university sport, 108
      • Adelaide University Sports Union to consider 12 month suspension of inter-university sport, 108
      • at Men's Union, Sir William Mitchell urged members to study of current politics, 109
      • inaugural meeting of Economic Club, 110
      • Footlights' Club performed during University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112
      • Literary & Debating Society performed during University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112, 116
      • Dance Club to organise activities during University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112
      • Women's Union caters for suppers during University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112
      • Footlights Club to organise activities during University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 116
      • Sir William Mitchell on striving to leave University with a unified & well-balanced mind, 121, 126
      • debate between Adelaide & Oregon (USA) debating clubs, 139
      • Professor William Keith Hancock on whether war can be abolished at International Club, 149
      • proposed formation of a Labor Club, 150
      • Men's Union has fostered a broad outlook & aids development of public leaders, 151
      • formation of International Club to study foreign affairs, 151, 153
      • Women Graduates' Association & Graduates' Association at meeting to protest impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books & periodicals, 157
      • Eric William Gray, a President of the Literary & Debating Society, awarded 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 161
      • Graduates' Union luncheon for new graduates, 162
      • University Repertory Theatre represented at funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Strong, 180b
      • photographs of a glider, made by Engineers' Glider Club, 184
      • photograph of engineering students W.R. B. White, Ray Duncan & F. W. Cropley constructing a glider for University Engineers' Gliding Club, 186a
      • photograph of engineering students J L Watkins, L R Ward & R A Duncan constructing a glider for University Engineers' Gliding Club, 186b
      • student members of University Engineers' Gliding Club constructing a primary glider, 184, 186a
    • Clucas, Robert John Miller,
      • photograph, 80
      • obituary for university librarian, 80, 81, 81b
      • expression of condolence by Council, 84
      • death mourned at Commemoration, 97
    • Cockburn, Julia,
      • performed at Elder concert, 87
    • Cockburn, Sir John Alexander,
    • Cocks, Alec Douglas,
      • appointed Honorary Dental Surgeon, 128
    • Coffman, Professor Lotus D,
      • appointed Visiting Carnegie Professor, 158
      • on an educational tour of New Zealand & Australian universities, 161
      • photograph with Mrs Coffman, 161
      • lectured on 'High Education in America', 161, 162
      • attended luncheon for new graduates, 162
      • attended1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
    • Colebatch, G T,
      • Elected member of Union committee, 107
      • student representative (Engineering) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Commerce, Study of,
      • request by Commercial Travellers & Warehousemen's Association for a marketing & salesmanship course, 19
      • annual preliminary meeting of students & lecturers, 50, 51
      • Adelaide was first Australian university to institute a commercial course, 167
    • Committees,
      • members of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Commonwealth Research Studentships,
      • offer of studentships for training abroad in research work, 5
    • Commonwealth Science & Industry Endowment Fund,
      • Trustees invite applications for a studentship in animal genetics, 96
    • Coney, Leslie,
      • played a forester in comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Conferences & Seminars,
      • photograph of session of Australasian College of Surgeons, 190
    • Conversazione,
      • opening day to be held on Oval for sporting contests, 111
      • demonstrations and students' carnival at Exhibition, 116
    • Cook, Jean,
      • soloist at Elder student concert, 73
    • Cooke, Dr William Ternent,
      • lecturer in Pharmacy, 70
    • Cooke, Edith Agnes,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, first woman, 112
    • Cooke, Peter Ternent,
      • awarded diploma from Australian Forestry School, Canberra, 163
    • Coombs, Herbert Isaac,
      • 1920 Rhodes Scholar a scientific man, 31
    • Cooper, A R,
      • Secretary of new Economic Club, 110
    • Copland, Professor D B,
      • Professor of Commerce, Melbourne, puzzled by depression in South Australia, 6
      • photographs, 6, 113, 128
      • confirms report to Premiers' Conference recommends a 20% reduction in individual wages, salaries, pensions & similar payments by all government departments, 117
      • lecture on Central Banking System, 128, 129
      • offers tribute to work of Economic Society of Australia & New Zealand, 129
    • Corbin, Dr John,
      • obituary, 45
      • photograph of late lecturer in Clinical surgery, 45
    • Cornish, Miss Elsie M,
      • speaker on gardening at vocation conference arranged by Australian Federation of University Women, 139
    • Cornish, Mrs Hansie,
      • violinist at Elder student concert, 162
    • Corry, P A,
      • President of State School Teachers' Association urged free education to university level, 100
      • photograph, 100
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • new library to be called Barr Smith Library, 3
      • resolution of sympathy for relatives of late William Tyler McCoy, 15, 16, 38
      • special meeting to wish Professor Sir Douglas Mawson & Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston a successful voyage to Antarctic, 17
      • received gift from Mrs W B Poole for university museum, 20
      • gift by Dr John Besley Gillen of original notebooks on native tribes, 20
      • election to fill vacancies, 22
      • election of Professor John McKellar Stewart & Robert Nickels Finlayson to Board of Governors of the Public Library, 22
      • Bill in House of Assembly for Council to acquire land, 23, 24
      • awards for 1929 Music Exhibitions for Grades III & IV, 24
      • to consider tenders for John Darling Laboratory, 29
      • elections for vacancies, 32, 33, 34
      • staff appointments, 39
      • awarded 1929 Bonython Prize to Thelma Evelyn Bleby, 39
      • appointment of Dr Charles Albert Edward Fenner as lecturer in Geography, 40, 41
      • applications received for position of Professor of Anatomy & Histology, 41
      • tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43, 44
      • John McConnell Black to represent University at Botanical Conference at Cambridge, 44
      • annual report for 1929, 46
      • annual report for 1930, 101
      • acknowledgement of endowment of Chair of Economics by George Gollin, 54, 55
      • nominations called for vacancy following death of Professor Brailsford Robertson, 56
      • creation of appointments board to bridge the gap between student and employer, 56
      • nomination for vacancy is Professor Kerr Grant, 57
      • members of Council present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • members heard conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service clearly picked up by a set at physics lecture theatre, 59
      • Council to make decision regarding serving of liquor at Faculty Dinners in refectory, 62
      • expression of sympathy for Professor William Jethro Brown & Miss Dorothy Woods, 63
      • congratulations to Wilfrid Oldham on being awarded Rockerfeller Foundation Scholarship, 63
      • decision not to allow students to consume liquor at dinners held in refectory, 63
      • Messrs E Anthoney, E R Dawes & W J W Warne elected members, 64
      • 1930 Angas Engineering Scholarship awarded to Charles Mosse Sprigg, 72
      • Dr William Ray's gifts apparatus to physics department, 78
      • members attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • condolences on deaths of Professor Sir Archibald Strong & Robert John Miller Clucas, 83, 84
      • Margaret Anne Lunn awarded 1930 League of Nations Prize for essay on 'The Problem of Minorities', 83
      • placed Stanley Herbert Mayes second for 1930 League of Nations Prize, 83
      • approach for further grant of land to build Barr Smith Library, 83
      • decides on 10% staff salary reduction for all, 93
      • annual inspection of buildings by members & University Architect, Walter Hervey Bagot, 93
      • decided that there would be no award for Bonython Prize for 1930, 93
      • approved the awards for the Joseph Fisher Medal in Commerce, Elder Scholarships for Pianoforte & Organ, the Practice of Music Scholarship & Theory of Music Scholarship, 95
      • Premier expresses thanks for service given to State Government, 96
      • Sir John Langdon Bonython presented cheque for ₤40,000 for building a Great Hall, 96, 97
      • appoints Board to co-operate with Government Astronomer, George Frederick Dodwell, 101
      • Sir George John Robert Murray re-elected Chancellor, 103, 107
      • awarded Mavis Beryl Kekwick 1931 Elder Scholarship for Singing, 103
      • accepted nominations for bursaries and scholarships for John Creswell, St Alban & John Ridley Memorial Scholarships, Thornber & George Thompson Bursaries, 104
      • Chancellor introduces Sir Charles James Martin to Council, 107
      • awarded Ray Eldon Fox, an Elder Scholarship for violincello, 107, 108
      • Archdeacon George Henry Farr was re-elected Warden of Senate, 109
      • Dr Samuel Roy Burston appointed clinical lecturer in medicine, 111
      • common standard of matriculation for Australia to be considered by Council, 111
      • awarded degrees to Dr Aubrey Julian Lewis & Dr Henry Herman Leopold Adolph Brose, 117
      • decided not to award Bundey Prize for English Verse for 1931, 117
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart & Dr Helen Mary Mayo Council representatives on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • Professor Robert William Chapman was Council member from 1919, 123
      • history of negotiations between University and State Government over grant monies, 136
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell states that conversions in Government securities brought about loss in revenue, 142, 143
      • Thirty years ago Professors Sir William Mitchell & William Henry Bragg suggested that teachers should be admitted to lectures & examinations free of charge, 142
      • accepted resignation of Professor Leslie Galfried Melville, 150
      • R C L Bosworth accepted for degree of Master of Science, 154
      • decided not to award League of Nations Essay Prize for 1931, 156
      • adopted reports on Master of Science theses for Beatrice Jean Murray & Mervyn Alexander Rankin, 156
      • council vacancies, 156
      • Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston & Ronald Nickels Finlayson re-elected as university representatives on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery of South Australia, 156
      • Fifty years ago scheme to training lawyers with Legal Association, 162
      • attendance at 1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
      • appointments of staff for Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Law & the Board of Commercial Studies, 163
      • Council members Sir Walter James Young & Sir William George Toop Goodman knighted in New Year's honours list, 165, 166
      • photograph of members of the Senate & Council proceeding to Elder Hall for graduation ceremony, 191
    • Cowan, Dr Darcy Rivers Warren,
      • appointed Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, 163
    • Cox, Carlton Ingham,
      • awarded the 1930 John L Young Scholarship, 97
    • Cozens, Vida,
      • instrumentalist at an Elder Conservatorium concert, 58
    • Craig, Dr Gordon,
      • bequest to Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 152
    • Cramp, Dr John Francis,
      • exonerated from charge of 'infamous conduct’, 1
    • Crampton, Mary Hope St Clair,
      • appointed assistant lecturer in French, 60
      • photograph, 60
      • comments on student life in Paris, 61
    • Crane, Alexander Herbert,
      • back in Queensland Forestry Department after study at Yale, 129
    • Crocker, Walter Russell,
      • publishes book 'The Japanese Population Problem', 131
    • Cropley, F,
      • photograph of engineering students constructing a glider, 186a
    • Crosby, Neil Daniel,
      • awarded the 1930 Elder Prize, 97
    • CSIRO,
      • University to undertake research at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 14
      • will bear cost of equipment & upkeep of John Darling laboratory, 24, 54, 57, 58
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson's work for Council, 37, 97
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott's work for Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 37, 45
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's work for Council, 37
      • Chief Executive here to discuss a successor for Professor T Brailsford Robertson, 44, 45
      • research work of Council, 45
      • address by Professor James Prescott, Chief of Division on Soil Research in Mildura, 46
      • extension of work of division of animal nutrition, 46
      • no appointment yet for successor to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 46
      • Sir Charles James Martin offered position of Director of Animal Nutrition Division, 49, 50, 87, 97, 99
      • agreement to establish a division of soils research with Professor James Arthur Prescott in charge, 54
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson attends meeting in Melbourne, 57
      • opening of John Darling Laboratory, 81, 82
      • Pastoral Research Fund's donation for pastoral research to be subsidised by Imperial Government, 83
      • Sir Charles James Martin to arrive, 87, 93, 98, 99, 102, 103
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott to examine soils on King Island, 95
      • comments by Chief Executive on wool production and research in animal nutrition as discussed at Imperial Wool Research Conference in London, 99
      • reason for University seeking appointment of Sir Charles Martin, 100
      • work of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson at Division of Animal Nutrition continued by H R Marston, 101
      • trustees of Endowment Fund invites applications for two senior research studentships, 102
      • gave Wallis Verco Ludbrook a studentship to study plant pathology at Wisconsin, 104
      • meeting of Executive Council to be held in Adelaide, 105
      • Federal Government cut funds, 114, 115
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn studied of growth of saltbush flora, 120
      • research on chemical constituents of soil, 122
      • publishes two bulletins by Professor James Arthur Prescott, 128
      • research on nutritive value of various foods for sheep & requirements of the animal, 146
      • helped bring W Davies, Agronomist at Plant Breeding & Research Station, Aberystwyth, for research into dairying grassland, 159
      • effect of reduction of funds, 168k, 168l, 168m
    • Cudmore, Dr Arthur Murray,
      • renominated for membership of Senate, 93
      • elected member of Council, 94
    • Cuming, R Burns,
      • awarded Sports Blue (boat), 81c
    • Currie, James,
      • vocalist in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by opera class, 142
      • cast member for 'Maritana' by opera class, 103, 170b, 170e
      • unable to perform owing to illness, 170d
    • Custance, Professor John Daniel,
      • Fifty years since appointed Professor of Agriculture at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 115
  • D

    • Daenke, Lucy,
    • Dale MP, Mr,
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Daly, Senator,
      • photographed as member of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
    • Darling, Harold,
      • donation from Darling Family for erection of a soil laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 19, 22, 29, 37, 39, 46, 54, 57
      • photograph, 58
    • Darling, John & Family,
      • gifts to University, 22, 29, 37, 46, 57, 58
      • foundation stone laid for John Darling Laboratory, 54, 57, 58
      • opening of John Darling Laboratory, gift of family of John Darling, 81a, 82
    • Davey, Dr Constance Muriel,
      • photographs, 29, 76
      • elected President of Women Graduates' Association, 29
      • appointed member of Programme Committee at Women's Pan-Pacific Conference, 76
    • David Murray Scholarships,
      • Eric William Gray awarded David Murray scholarship for his recent arts results, 161
      • 1930 award to Ralph Meyrick Hague for Private International Law, 97
      • 1930 award to Rupert Warre Prescot in Classics, 97
      • award to Gordon Kingsley Hughes in 1929 for science research, 39
      • 1930 Science award to Richard Charles Leslie Bosworth, 99
    • David, Professor Sir Trannatt William Edgeworth,
      • suggested that a magnetic survey of Henbury meteorite craters area might disclose large mass of magnetic iron, 135
      • photograph, 55
      • in photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
      • attended special meeting of Antarctic Expedition Committee, 187g, 187j, 187m, 187o
      • recommended Macpherson Robertson be elected Fellow of Royal Geographical Society, 187i
      • photographed as member of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
      • at meeting of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee for second voyage, 187q
      • welcomes Mawson's expedition on return, 55, 56
      • reminiscences of Professor Walter Howchin and others, 56
      • at special meeting of Antarctic Exploration Committee, 67
    • Davidson, Professsor Rev John,
      • first Professor of English Language & Literature & Mental & Moral Philosophy, 147, 39
      • 50 years since his death, 129
    • Davies, Dr Harold Whitridge,
      • appointed to Chair of Physiology at Sydney University, 21
      • photograph, 21
      • biography, 21
    • Davies, Dr J E G,
      • lecturer in Pharmacy, 70
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
      • travel to Central Australia to study aboriginal song, 1, 13, 14
      • member of scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people 1, 2, 13, 14, 15, 37
      • photographs, 10, 47, 49, 50, 51, 70, 73, 130
      • caricature, 45
      • arranged first university musical production broadcast, 10
      • criticism of musical apathy of public, 16
      • explanatory remarks to accompany second concert broadcast, 16
      • comments on appointment process of a salaried City Organist, 17, 19
      • returned from Western Australia after examining for Public Examinations Board, 26
      • permanent disc record of aboriginal songs of Central Australia, 34
      • discussed with Elder staff formation of Musical Association in South Australia, 39
      • continued supervision of concert broadcasts, 45
      • gramaphone records of Australian Aboriginal songs issued, 47
      • meeting with his son Professor Harold Whitridge Davies at Outer Harbour, 49
      • address on musical education & perception, 50
      • ‘Classical Hour' series specially arranged for broadcasting, 51
      • suggested as conductor to prevent demise of South Australian Orchestra, 57
      • comments on future of South Australian Orchestra, 63
      • celebration of his 63rd birthday, 70
      • on 'Some Thoughts on Education' especially secondary education, 73
      • arranged music at welcome by graduates for Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 84
      • departs for West Australia to conduct public music examinations, 84, 86
      • conducted third year examinations for AMUA diploma, 93
      • on 'Ways of Study', 108
      • arranged syllabus for 1931 series of concerts, 110
      • composed 'Photo-Electric Anthem' for photo-electric organ demonstration, 116
      • played recordings of Aboriginal music, 116
      • brief biography, 130
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • to examine final year diploma and Mus Bac Courses, 158
      • announces two performances of 'King Arthur', 170a
      • directed comic opera 'Merrie England’, 188a
    • Davis, Captain J K,
      • photographs, 56, 187g, 187j, 187p
      • will not command further Antarctic voyages, 187g, 187j
      • dredged tiny shells of formaminifera during Antarctic Expedition of 1911-1914, 187p
      • resignation of Captain of 'the Discovery', 187p
      • stood on deck of 'Discovery' as she stood in dry dock, 187s
      • praise for Captain John King Davis by Antarctic committee, 55, 56
    • Dawbarn, Richard Bunbury,
      • Awarded 1930 Joseph Fisher Medal in Commerce, 95, 97
      • Committee member of new Economic Club, 110
    • Dawe, Lewis,
      • Bach Society Society’s tenor solo at Elder students recital, 20
    • Dawes, E R,
      • Elected member of Council, 64
    • Dawkins, Dr A,
      • attended conference of International Students' Service in Austria, 65
    • Dawkins, Dr Alec Letts,
      • photograph, 165
      • study, cricket & surgical appointment in United Kingdom, 165
    • Dawkins, Lindsay,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 115
      • cast member in ‘Maitana’, 103
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
      • performed in 'Maritana', 170b, 170d, 170e
    • Dawkins, L C,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Lacrosse), 81c
    • Dawson, Dr Joseph Bernard,
      • photograph, 113
      • appointed Professor of Midwifery & Gynaecology at University of New Zealand, Dunedin, 113
    • Day, Muriel,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 61, 62, 87
    • de Crespigny, Dr Constantine Trent Champion,
      • presented graduands for degrees of MB, BS, 67
      • informed Senate of revised regulation concerning medical students, 94
      • appointed to Advisory Committee under Hospitals Act, 111
      • appointed Lecturer in Principles & Practice of Medicine, 163
    • Degrees,
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Bachelor of Arts Degree, 29, 32
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Master of Arts Degree, 29, 32
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Bachelor of Science Degree, 29, 33
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Master of Laws Degree, 29, 33
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree, 29, 32
      • Senate to consider amendments to regulations for Music Degrees, 29, 33
      • Senate approval for regulations providing for an Ordinary & Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics, 94
      • Senate approval for new regulations for Master of Arts, Bachelor of Science, 94
      • first Australian university to provide for granting of degrees to women, 167
      • ad eundem gradum degrees granted, 38
      • ad eundem gradum degrees necessary to achieve 50 graduates to establish University, 39
    • Deland, Effie Wyllie,
      • paper with Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston on South Australian Acanthocephala & acensus of recorded pararites & hosts at meeting of Royal Society of South Australia, 5
      • photograph, 53
      • acting lecturer in Zoology, 53
    • Dental Hospital,
      • additional staff appointed to cope with increased work load, 107
    • Dental Science, Faculty of,
      • Dean of Faculty to be appointed Chairman of new Dental Board, 147
    • Dentistry, Study of,
      • argument that proposed Dentists Bill will lower standards, 29
      • history of dentistry entrance standards in SA, 33
      • university dental course established in 1919, 33
      • debate over preparation of and standards of entry for dentists, 33, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91
      • debate over reconstitution of Dental Board and place of University and Dental Hospital in education and admission of dentists to registration, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92
      • State government equipped & maintains the Dental Hospital to ensure a maximum level of skill & technical training, 90
      • under new registration conditions of 1941 only persons holding degrees or diplomas granted by universities or medical boards would qualify for registration, 147
      • no forecast scarcity of dentists in Adelaide unlike in Melbourne, 152
      • pre-requisites and costs for entry to dentistry course, 157
    • Denton, Harold Samuel,
      • producer of a performance of 'Maritana', 103
      • vocalist at Elder concerts, 60, 71, 78, 117, 146, 153
      • caricature of, 51
      • performance on 'Classical Hour' series, 51
      • producer of performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • to assist Lawrence Campbell to conduct examinations in elocution, 151
      • vocalist at recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
      • producer for Elder Conservatorium's 'Maritana', 170b, 170c, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • photograph, 170f2
      • producer of comic opera 'Merrie England',188a, 188b
    • Dick, G S,
      • granted free passage is travelling to Liverpool to gain experience in cement manufacture, 163
    • Dix, Alfred James,
      • national & state academic success in annual essay competition, 20, 21
      • photograph, 21
    • Dix, E V,
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 75
    • Dix, Jessica,
      • pianist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 115, 162
      • pianist at third of a series of free organ concerts by John Adam Horner, 111
    • Dix, Lionel S,
      • awarded an evening studentship (School of Mines Associate), 106
    • Dodwell, George Frederick,
      • expedition organised with Professor Kerr Grant to find location of meteorite, 96, 122
      • Board appointed to co-operate with him in work of Observatory, 101
      • commented on light, noise & tremor phenomena associated with meteorite fall near Berri & Loxton, 122
    • Dolling, Mrs C E,
      • to propose toast to 'New Graduates' at dinner for Women's Union, 96
      • presided at vocation conference, 139
    • Dorsch, Magdalene Hedwig,
      • awarded travelling scholarship to study art & language, 2
    • Dorsch, Theodor Siegfried,
      • outstanding achievement for St. Mark's College student, 99
    • Downey, Donnell Raymond,
      • to be appointed Associate to Hon Mr Justice Herbert Angas Parsons, 100
      • photograph, 100
    • Doyle, Leo James,
      • lawyer seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Dr Charles Gosse Medal for Ophthalmology,
      • 1930 award to Wallace Wilson Jolly, 97
      • 1930 proxime accessit was Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 97
    • Dr Davies-Thomas Scholarship,
      • 1927 & 1929 awards to Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 95
      • 1930 awards to Frederick Boyd Turner (second examination), Felix Wilfred Arden & Christopher Bagot Sangster (equal, third examination), 97
    • Duffield, Professor Walter Geoffrey,
      • death of Director of Commonwealth Solar Observatory, 1
      • photograph, 1
      • burial at Mount Stromlo, 2
    • Dumas, Russell John,
      • biography, 155
      • survey & construction work for locks on the River Murray & reservoirs in Western Australia, 155
    • Dunabin, Professor R L,
      • former Acting Professor of Classics visiting Adelaide, 100
    • Duncan, R A,
      • men student representative (Engineering) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • photograph, 186a, 186b
      • elected member of Union committee, 107
      • President of Engineers' Glider Club when club-built glider was tested, 184
    • Dunn, Lois,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 22, 73, 95
      • cast member of 'Maritana', 170b, 170e
  • E

    • Eardley, Frederick William,
      • tour of University buildings, 3
      • photographs, 3, 177
      • at funeral of William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • elected Clerk of Senate, 32
      • granted permission to take a holiday, 38, 45
      • leaves Adelaide, 51
      • to return during December 1930, 81c
      • elected Clerk of Senate, 93, 94
      • returns to Adelaide, 96, 99
      • progressiveness of University of Adelaide, 98
      • comments on overseas universities, 98
      • addresses Legacy Club on progress of university, 112
      • announced a series of nine public lectures, 117
      • is a member of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • comments on Perth University Senate's decision not to charge fees for lectures, 150
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • comments on number of dental students at Adelaide & Melbourne, 152
      • secretary to Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for 1932, 159
      • photograph of Eardley and wife on return from overseas, 177
    • Eardley, Hilda Cesina Franziska,
      • to be re-elected Secretary of Women's Union, 96
      • return to Adelaide, 96
      • photograph of Mrs Eardley and husband on return from overseas, 177
    • Eardley, Miss C M,
      • woman student representative (Science) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Economics, Chair of,
      • establishment, 37
      • endowment of Chair of Economics by George Gollin, 54, 55, 96, 97
      • Ernest Gordon Biaggini to be acting Professor of Economics, 106
    • Economics, Study of,
      • Senate approval for regulations for Ordinary & Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics, 94
      • new degree will not necessitate the appointment of additional professors or lecturers, 95
      • Professor Melville criticises Australian economic policy to economic students, 51
      • comments by Professor Melville on state of economy during 1930's, 70
      • Labor Party Conference proposes that Members of Parliament must study economics, 106
      • influence of study of economics, 140
    • Edgeloe, Victor Allen,
      • elected Secretary of Economic Society, 83
    • Edison, Mary,
      • vocalist at students' concert, 65, 66
      • vocal solo at student recital, 20
    • Education, Study of,
      • Adelaide offers lectures in education & grants a Diploma of Education, 158
    • Edwards, Dr Hurtle Thomas Jack,
      • appointed Honorary Dental Surgeon, 126
      • appointed Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry, 163
      • reappointed member of Dental Board, 101
    • Ekers, Theodora,
      • pianist at student concert, 87
    • Ekers, Theodora Allman,
      • accompanist at student concert, 162
    • Elder Conservatorium,
      • travel to Central Australia by Professor Edward Harold Davies to study aboriginal song, 1
      • lunch hour organ recitals by John Adam Horner, 4, 5
      • recital by Elder string quartet, 5
      • chamber music concert by staff to be broadcast on radio for first time, 10
      • 1929 concerts by Elder student orchestra, 11
      • 1929 concerts by Elder students, 17, 20, 21, 22, 24, 34
      • 1929 concerts by staff, 15, 26
      • second concert by staff to be broadcast, 16
      • first recital by Peter Bornstein, new violin teacher, 24
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies preparing novel musical features for concert broadcasts, 45
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies’ address on musical education & perception, 50
      • musical programme by Elder staff to be broadcast on Radio 5CL, 51
      • 1930 concerts by students, 57, 58, 61, 62, 73, 87, 88, 91, 92
      • 1930 concert by Elder Conservatorium String Quartet, 60, 84
      • 1930 concerts by staff, 63, 78
      • Sir Hugh Allen attends Elder student concert, 65, 66
      • chamber music concert by staff, 71
      • praise from Mrs Elma Hornemann, member of Royal Music Conservatorium of Denmark for chamber music concert by staff, 71
      • performance by opera class, 74
      • appreciation of John Adam Horner’s mid-day organ recitals, 75
      • 1930 concert by Student Orchestra, 93
      • concert by students at annual Nunc Dimitis, 95
      • performance of opera 'Maritana' by Opera class, 103
      • 1931 concert series program announced, 107
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies on 'Ways of Study' to music students, 108
      • series of 20 weekly midday free organ concerts begins, 110
      • syllabus for 1931 series of Elder concerts, 110
      • opening of 1931 concert season, 111
      • weekly midday free organ concerts by John Adam Horner, 110, 111, 112, 117, 118, 121, 126
      • concert by advanced students, 115
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies composed 'Photo-Electric Anthem' for a photo-electric organ demonstration, 116
      • concert of chamber music by Elder String Quartet, 117
      • pianoforte concerts to be given by staff covering syllabus of Australian Music Examination Board, 118
      • concerts by staff, 121, 146
      • series of three recitals of pianoforte test pieces to assist teachers & students interested in University music examinations, 121, 122, 126
      • decrease in number of students studying at Conservatorium due to financial stress, 121
      • concerts by Elder students, 126, 140, 162, 170f2
      • performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by opera class, 142
      • late Charles Schilsky's work with Conservatorium String Quartet, 151
      • chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
      • envelope containing cuttings relating to performances of 'Maritana', 170
      • two performances of 'King Arthur', 170a
      • performances of 'Maritana' by Opera Class, 170b, 170c, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • protest over Federal Governments increased tax on imported books & periodicals, 176a
      • envelope of newspaper cuttings for opera 'Merrie England', 188
      • performances of opera 'Merrie England' by Opera Class, 188a, 188b
    • Elder Prize,
      • 1925 award to Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 95
      • 1930 award to Neil Daniel Crosby, 97
    • Elder Scholarship,
      • Ray Eldon Fox awarded an Elder Scholarship for violincello, 107, 108
      • (organ), 1930 award to Gordon Melville Bowen, 95
      • (pianoforte), 1930 award to Winifred Louise Fisher, 95
      • 1930 Elder Scholar wins Poetry Society Prize, 61
      • Geraldine Margaret Mary Cash awarded 1930 Elder Scholarship for singing, 33
      • examination of candidates for Elder Scholarship for Singing, 103
      • Geraldine Margaret Mary Cash resigned her 1930 award, 103
    • Elder, Sir Thomas,
      • gifts to University, 22, 24, 39, 84
      • introduced camel to Australia as means of transport, 138
      • endowed School of Music, 148
    • Elliott, Ronald Donovan,
      • lawyer seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Ellis, Dr Roy Gilmore,
      • return to Adelaide, 115
      • comments on dental research at Toronto University, 118
      • photograph, 118
    • Engineering, Chair of,
      • establishment, 123
    • Engineering, School of,
      • community service role in testing new devices of inventors, 123
      • possible inclusion of first-aid as part of engineering courses, 71
      • annual survey camp at Kuitpo Forest, 102
      • prospecting tour by engineering students, 102
      • scheme for employing engineering graduates, 107
      • close association between University & School of Mines & Industries in training of many notable engineers, 119
      • early years of engineering at University, 123
      • photograph of students during an Engineering Survey camp, 173
      • photographs of engineering students constructing a glider, 186a, 186b
    • English Language & Literature, Chair of,
      • appointment of Jury Professor not expected in 1931, 84, 86
      • endowment of £12,000 for a separate Chair of English Literature, 121
    • English, Study of,
      • Government applauds proposal to persuade censors to exclude talkie pictures likely to desecrate the King's English, 5
      • concern over probable effects of American talking pictures upon King's English, 6
    • Equipment & Furniture,
      • Dr William Ray's gift of apparatus, 78
      • impact of increased cost of books on education & research, 154, 155
      • criticism by Professor William Keith Hancock of imposition of heavier taxes on books, 156
    • Ernest Ayres Scholarship in Botany & Forestry,
      • 1930 award to Harold Cyril Gurney, 97
    • Errington, Edna J,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Commerce), 106
    • Establishment of University of Adelaide,
      • Rev Frederick Slaney Poole on the history of University, 39
    • Eugene Alderman Scholarship,
      • award recommended for Lyndall Maud Hendrickson (violin), 158
    • Eustace, Dr John Leonard,
      • concern over his proposal contained in Dental Bill, 91
      • appointed Lecturer in Dental Materia & Therapeutics, 163
    • Evan, Betty,
      • cor anglais solo at Elder student concert, 17
    • Evening Studentships,
      • awards for 1930, 51
      • approval for evening studentship awards, 106
    • Everard Scholarship,
      • graduation of James Hannibal Younkman, 1929 Everard Scholar, 37
      • 1930 award to Wallace Wilson Jolly, 97
      • 1931 award to Christopher Bagot Sangster, 162
    • Everett, Phyllis,
      • cast member of 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Ewart, Professor Alfred James,
      • proper place for a school of forestry is a university, 44
    • Ewens, L T,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Lacrosse), 81c
      • committee member of new Economic Club, 110
      • treasurer of organising committee for Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112
    • Examinations,
      • dates of 1929 Intermediate & Leaving examinations, 20
      • 1929 results music examinations conducted by Australian Music Examinations Board, 24
      • criticism of mathematics examination, 27
      • Intermediate & Leaving examinations held at Victor Harbour, 28
      • examiners capable of making in errors in examination papers, 30
      • views of examiners taking examination questions from books other than set text, 30, 34
      • concern over proprietary examining bodies and abuse of examination system, 50
      • last day of entry for examinations conducted by Australian Music Examination Board, 50
      • concern and counterclaim over recent examinations, both at school and university level, 81, 82, 83, 84
      • entries close for degree and diploma examinations, 84
      • commencement of degree & diploma examinations, 93
      • candidate statistics, 93
      • secondary school leaving examination should be retained for those who wish to enter university, 98
      • criticism of public examination system, 98, 100
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart says system of public examinations under review, 98
      • reasons for failure are available in South Australia on payment of a fee, 100
      • common standard of matriculation for Australia to be considered by Council and staff, 111
      • series of three recitals of pianoforte test pieces to assist teachers & students interested in University music examinations, 121, 122
      • about 30 years ago, Professors Sir William Mitchell & William Henry Bragg suggested that teachers should be admitted to lectures & examinations free of charge, 142
      • disadvantaged children may receive assistance with examination fees, 148
      • claim that students had failed examinations because of cost of textbooks, 156
      • Professors W A Laver & Edward Harold Davies to examine final year diploma and Mus Bac Courses, 158
      • lecture rooms used for Intermediate, Leaving & Leaving Honours examinations, 159
    • Exhibitions & Displays,
      • exhibition of primary glider constructed by Engineers' Gliding Club, 186a, 186b
    • Expeditions,
      • trip by Acting Professor Cecil Thomas Madigan & Professor James Arthur Prescott to Lake Eyre, 27
      • permanent disc record to be made of a selection of aboriginal songs recorded by Professor Edward Harold Davies during expeditions to Central Australia, 34
      • expeditions to the Antarctic by Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 19, 37, 108, 109, 145, 150, 187, 187a, 187b, 187c, 187e, 187f, 187g, 187h, 187i, 187j, 187k, 187l, 187m, 187n, 187o, 187p, 187q, 187r, 187s
      • geological survey by Cecil Thomas Madigan of west of south-eastern Northern Territory & Lakes area of South Australia using aeroplanes & cameras, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 37
      • scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people by Professors T H Johnston, J B Cleland, E H Davies, Dr T D Campbell, Dr K Fry, Messrs H M Hale, N B Tindale & Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 2, 13, 14, 15, 37
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson leading student expedition to Flinders Ranges, 8, 14
      • gramophone records made of Australian Aboriginal songs collected by Professor Edward Harold Davies, 34, 47
      • expedition under direction of University Board for Anthropological Research to study the habits & characteristics of Aborigines in Central Australia, 72
      • return of expedition under direction of University Board for Anthropological Research to study aborigines and the data collected, 142, 145, 155
      • Cecil Thomas Madigan's plans private expedition to country east of McDonnell Ranges, 94
      • Brian Gilmore Maegraith member of 1929 anthropological expedition to Central Australia, 95
      • expedition organised by Professor Kerr Grant and George Frederick Dodwell to find the location of meteorite which fell at Karoonda, 96
      • American expedition to North Pole to study approach of a new ice age, 103
      • comments by Professor Kerr Grant & George Frederick Dodwell on coincidence of two printing of records of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's 1911-14 Australian Antarctic Expedition, 150, 164
      • photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
      • photograph of meteorite found near Karoonda by Professor Kerr Grant's expedition, 183
      • Captain Hurley's pictorial record of 'Discovery' expedition to be exhibited in Australia, 187e
      • criticism of fund raising for Antarctic expeditions during a period of economic depression & financial stress, 187n
      • concern over question of territorial rights following Sir Douglas Mawson's hoisting of the British flag at a number of locations in the Antarctic, 187q
    • Extension Lectures,
      • Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong on 'Japanese Drama', 64, 65
      • Professor L G Melville on the Strictures of Australian Finance and the faking of the books, 69, 70, 71
  • F

    • Fagge, C H,
      • Senior Vice-President of Royal College of Surgeons to present Great Mace to Australasian College of Surgeons, 138
      • to deliver Syme Oration, 138
    • Falla, R A,
      • on distribution & habits of Antarctic birds, 187o
    • Faraday, Michael,
      • work on principles of electric dynamo to be honoured, 112
      • peristent experiment uncovered properties of electro-magnetism, 162
    • Farr, Professor Clinton Coleridge,
      • 1889 Angas Engineering Scholar elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, 118
    • Farr, Venerable George Henry,
      • in 1881 re-elected Warden of the Senate, 109
    • Featherstone, R,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Hockey), 81c
    • Fees,
      • criticism and rebuttal of criticism of teachers being trained at public expense while other professions have to pay own tuition fees, 59, 60
      • doctors, lawyers & other professionals frequently in receipt of bursaries, scholarships or exhibitions, 59, 60
      • question in parliament over Government's intention to extend free education to University, 63
      • suggestion of free education at schools & University for unemployed, 65
      • evasion of fees not a problem at University, 75
      • opposition to free education for all, including university studies, 125
      • University students pay in fees about a quarter of total cost of their education, 134, 135
      • University granted free admission to all its examinations, lectures and degrees to any person connected with Education Department, 141
      • comments by Frederick William Eardley on Perth University Senate's decision not to charge fees for attendance at lectures, 150
    • Fenner, Dr Charles Albert Edward,
      • appointed lecturer in Geography, 40, 41
      • photographs, 40, 41, 171
      • biography, 41
      • representative at Centenary Conference of British Association for the Advancement of Science, 112, 129, 134, 135, 136
      • publication of his book ' South Australia: A Geographical Study', 134, 139
      • recipient of Syme Prize for Australian Geographical Research, 139
    • Ferres, Leslie William,
      • appointed Lecturer in Accounting III, 39
      • appointed Lecturer in Accountancy III, Board of Commercial Studies, 163
    • Finance,
      • Empire Marketing Board grants to Australia approved, 29
      • SA Premier predicts reduced grants, 68
      • proposed reduction of University management expenses discussed, 86
      • proposed reduction in grant to University, 87
      • reduction in grant results in 10% reduction in staff salaries, 97
      • government costs per head of population for University is £0.1.7, 119
      • State Government grant to University for year ending 30th June 1930, 121, 125
      • cuts in government expenditure will impact on grant, 122
      • F R Forgan, of South Australian Public Teachers' Union justifies cost of education, 127
      • criticisms and defence of university grant, 127
      • government subsidy to the University of Adelaide, 132
      • history of negotiations between University and State Government over grant monies, 136
      • conversion of University's holdings in Commonwealth Securities, 139
      • proportion of university’s annual government grant devoted to professional training, 140
      • University included in Education Department reductions in grant money, 142, 143
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell proposed further reduction in salary due to losses in conversions of University's Government securities, 143
      • University receives most of fees charged for sitting intermediate & leaving examinations, 144
      • general sacrifice imposed by economic depression, reduction in grants, high rate of exchange & high cost of books, 162
      • impact of Budget and new taxation scheme on employers & employees, 176h, 176i, 176j, 176k, 176m, 176n
      • impact of budget on university grants, 176l
      • Professor Sir Wiliam Mitchell to the Premier on loss made by converting Government securities, 142, 143
    • Finlay, Fred,
      • organ soloist at Elder student concert, 22
    • Finlay, Jean,
      • pianist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 87, 115
    • Finlayson, Allan Harvey,
      • outstanding achievement by a St. Mark's College student, 99
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Boat), 81c
      • elected member of Union committee, 107
      • men student representative (Engineering) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Finlayson, Hedley Herbert,
      • leaves for field work on mammals in Diamantina District & in James Range, 161
    • Finlayson, Robert Nickels,
      • election to Board of Governors of the Public Library, 22
      • outlines impact on legal profession of heavier tax on books, 155
      • re-election as university representative on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 156
      • appointed to committee to act on heavy tax on books & periodicals, 157
    • Finnis, Rev H P,
      • assisted at funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • photographed at funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Strong, 180b
      • appointed to Council of St Mark's College & Education Committee, 48
    • Fisher, Dr H M,
      • brief biography, 123
      • awarded additional Diploma by Medical Board, 140
      • played cricket with Dr Alec Letts Dawkins at Carlton Cricket Club, 165
    • Fisher, Dr Harry Medcalf,
      • appointed Tutor in Obstetrics, 163
    • Fisher, Harold,
      • bequest to St Mark's College for scholarships, 16
    • Fisher, Helena,
      • soloist at Elder student concert, 61, 62
    • Fisher, Winifred,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 87
    • Fisher, Winifred Louise,
      • awarded 1930 Elder Scholarship for pianoforte, 95
    • Fitzherbert, Professor John Aloysius,
      • on vacation leave, 46
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • lectured on 'Virgil' to South Australian Poetry Society, 114
      • on 'The Life & Works of the Latin poet Virgil' to Classical Association, 153
    • Fletcher, Malcolm W,
      • awarded a scholarship for 1931 by the Council of St. Andrew's College, 100
    • Fletcher, Miss H,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (W Hockey), 81c
    • Fletcher, Rev William Roby,
      • appointed as Professor of English Literature until end of 1881, 136
    • Florey, Dr Howard Walter,
      • 1921 Rhodes Scholar is in England doing good work, 31
    • Foote, William Henry,
      • conductor for concerts by Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra, 11, 93
    • Ford, Melba,
      • vocalist at welcome back for Registrar, Frederick William Eardley & wife, 99
    • Forestry, Bachelor of,
      • new clause for Bachelor of Science in Forestry introduced, 94
    • Forestry, School of,
      • established in 1911 in Adelaide, 116
      • South Australian School of Forestry should never have been taken away, 117, 119
      • Council member advocates restoration of forestry school to Adelaide, 119
    • Forestry, Study of,
      • proper place for a school of forestry is a university, 44
      • problems within forestry industry, 44
      • closure of Adelaide forestry school after establishment of Forestry School at Canberra, 86
      • comments on removal of Federal School of Forestry from Adelaide to Canberra, 93, 94
      • protest against continuance of forestry school in Canberra, 117, 119
      • forestry subjects taught at Adelaide, 117, 119
      • protest against continuing forestry school in Canberra, 119
    • Forgan, F R,
      • criticises Professor Kerr Grant's comments on education of young men, 110
      • statements by Secretary of South Australian Public Teachers' Union on education costs, 127, 141, 142
      • on suggested closure of Teachers' College, 157
      • replies to criticism of costs of pensions & teacher training, 176b, 176e
      • on lack of provision for teacher training at University, 176b
    • Formby, Dr Myles Landseer,
      • 1925 Rhodes Scholar, 31
      • Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons, 63
      • photograph, 63
    • Foster, Miss,
      • speaker on policewomen at women’s vocation conference, 139
    • Fowler, James Richard,
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee for 1931 award, 86, 87, 95
      • member of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for 1932 award, 159
    • Fox, Eldon,
      • soloist at Elder student concert, 22
      • performed at Elder student concert, 126
      • cellist at lunch hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 126
    • Fox, Ina,
      • awarded a Thornber Bursary, 102
    • Fox, Ray Eldon,
      • awarded an Elder Scholarship for violincello, 107, 108
      • photograph, 108
    • Francis, Bessie,
      • piano solo at Elder student concert, 17
    • Freeman, Ivy,
      • Associate in Music presented to vice-chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Frewin, Dr Oscar Westcott,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Vaccine & Asthma Clinic, 112
    • Fry, Dr Henry Kenneth,
      • 1909 Rhodes Scholar, 31
      • member of party to study Australian Aborigines in Central Australia, 74
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Physician, 126
      • member of party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • conducted special physiological & psychological observations of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
      • spoke to Anthropological Society of research work among Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
      • appointed lecturer in Therapeutics & Materia Medica, 163
      • 1909 Rhodes Scholar is a practising doctor in Adelaide, 103
      • member of scientific study of physique, bloodgrouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people, 2, 13, 15
      • gave 1485 book 'De Mundi et Sphere' by Canis Hyginus presented to University Library, 11
      • wrote paper on pathological lesions of Australian Aborigines with Professor John Burton Cleland & Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 95
    • Fuller, Dorothy,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 73
      • vocalist at second performance by the Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
    • Fuller, George Rayner,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
  • G

    • Gaetjens, Gertrude Vera,
      • Roby Fletcher prizewinner awarded Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 31
      • photograph, 31
      • biography, 31
      • Catherine Helen Spence Scholar commissioned to enquire into vocational psychology & post educational facilities in Great Britain, 134
    • Gardiner, Balfour,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 126
    • Garrett, Stephen Denis,
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 75
    • Gartrell, Dr Eric Frank,
      • Appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant, 133
    • Gartrell, Herbert William,
      • inspection of work on North Shore Bridge, 12, 14
      • granted leave of absence, 46
      • appointed honorary commissioner to enquire into & report on methods of testing & treating ores in Great Britain, Canada and USA, 59
      • return to Adelaide after six months abroad, 106
      • lectures on 'The Future of Mining', 117, 131, 133
      • on debasing effect of repetition work on craftsman, 133
      • claims that geological work in Australia is greatly hampered by lack of topographical map, 133
    • Gault, Dr Estelle Ruth,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant, 121
    • Gender Issues,
      • vocation conference for women, 139
      • career in dentistry for women, 157
    • Geographical Society of South Australia,
      • wives sent Christmas decorations & presents to BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187r
    • Geography, Study of,
      • first time geography in degree course at Adelaide, 40, 41
      • meeting of geographical section of British Association for the Advancement of Science, 169c
    • Geology, Study of,
      • geological work in Australia hampered by lack of topographical map, 133
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's research on geology of Antarctic, 47
      • most severe earth tremor for 29 years, 132
      • study of rocks and minerals by Sir Douglas Mawson, 187e
      • discovery of Karoonda Meteorite, 106
      • meteorite specimens held by Natural History Museum (London) & South Australian School of Mines & Industries, 106
      • world meteorite discoveries, 106
      • Karoonda Meteorite to be analysed at Adelaide, 106
    • George Thompson Bursary in Commerce,
      • nomination received for Ronald Beaumont Love, 104
    • George, Esmond
      • producer of performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by opera class, 142
      • producer for Elder Conservatorium's two performances of 'King Arthur', 170a
      • speaker on journalism & library work at women’s vocation conference, 139
    • Georgina Dowling Research Fund,
      • Council to control trust for scientific research from estate of Georgia Maud Dowling, 100, 101
    • Gibb, C D,
      • a director of Parsons Ltd, of turbine fame, 119
      • is an 'old boy' of Professor Robert William Chapman, 123
    • Gibbs, Alan,
      • cello solo at Elder student concert, 17
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 57, 58
    • Gibbs, James,
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 57, 58
    • Giblin, Professor L F,
      • to lecture on 'Subsidies to Production', 91
      • on expert committee to recommend on balancing government budgets, 113
      • photograph, 113
    • Gilbert, Dr Henry,
      • appointed Lecturer in Surgical Diseases of Children, 163
    • Giles, Rev Harold,
      • biography of 1910 Tinline Scholar & 1911 Roby Fletcher Prize, 132
    • Gill, Hilda Beatrice,
      • vocalist at Elder staff concerts, 15, 26, 84, 111, 121, 132
      • assistant vocalist at recital by Peter Bornstein, 24
      • in broadcast performance of Elder staff, 51
      • organ soloist at Elder staff concert, 63
      • vocalist at recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Gillen, Dr John Besley,
      • gift of original notebooks on native tribes of Central Australia, 20
    • Gilruth, Professor J A,
      • attended unveiling of memorial tablet to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
    • Glastonbury, O,
      • elected an Auditor of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Glynn, Dr Robert McMahon,
      • appointed Honorary Curator to Ear, Nose & Throat Section of Pathological Museum, 133
    • Glynn, Patrick McMahon,
      • photograph, 156
      • obituary for one of founders of Federation in Australia, 156
    • Gmeiner, Clarice Haidee Beatrice,
      • played at Elder staff concerts, 5, 26, 132
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 58
      • comments on decrease in number of students at Elder Conservatorium due to financial stress, 121
      • played at recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
      • harp accompanist for Opera Class performances of 'Maritana', 170f1, 170f2
    • Goldsworthy, Geoffrey,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 95
    • Gollin, George,
      • endowment of Chair of Economics, 54, 55, 96, 97
      • testimony to a fine fellow, 56
    • Good, Gladys,
      • speaker on decorative, commercial & photographic art at women’s vocation conference, 139
    • Goodman, Sir William George Toop,
      • made Knight Bachelor in New Year's honors list, 165, 166
      • photograph, 166
      • career highlights, 166
    • Gordon, Charles,
      • vocalist at midday organ recital by John Adam Horner, 74
      • vocalist at pianoforte recital by Elder students, 91
    • Gordon, C G,
      • awarded a night scholarship for study of Public Administration for 1931, 121
    • Government Relations,
      • comments on cost of education to government, 128
      • transfer of Jubilee Oval and part of exhibition grounds to University for building purposes, 2, 3, 21, 22, 23, 24, 37, 38, 43
      • educational institutions to pay land tax, 5
      • Government applauds proposal to persuade censors to exclude from Australia talkie pictures likely to desecrate the King's English, 5
      • need for Act of Parliament placing Jubilee Exhibition grounds under control of University, 14
      • cost of government grants to University, 17
      • Commonwealth Public Service Board annually offered free places for officers improve their qualifications, 20
      • deputation to urge that proposed dual position of Chairman of Central Board of Health & Children's Welfare & Public Relief Board be filled by medical man, 27
      • Commonwealth Public Service Board to offer careers for graduates, 39
      • concern over proposed increase in duty to be paid on books, 52, 53, 59
      • election of Cabinet, 58
      • question in Parliament over Government's intention to extend free education to University, 63
      • annual subsidies paid to University should not preclude introduction of free education, 63
      • 50 years since third reading of Adelaide University Degrees Bill, 67
      • SA Premier predicts reduced grants in review of the State finances, 68
      • State Government grant to University in 1929, 75, 76
      • questions in Parliament over high cost of education, 80
      • proposed reduction in government grants to institutions, 80
      • reduction in University grant, 83
      • successful approach to government for further grant of land for Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
      • budget debate on proposed expenditure on education, 85, 86
      • proposed reduction in university grant, 87
      • views of University on Bill to reconstitute Dental Board, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91
      • debate on Bill to alter Dental Board and to register dental assistants, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92
      • State government equips & maintains Dental Hospital to ensure a maximum level of skill, 90
      • second reading of Dental Bill passed, 93
      • proposed reduction in university grant results in proposed 10% cut to staff salaries, 93, 97
      • Professor Leslie Galfried Melville made member of Special Advisory Committee on State Finance, 97
      • Professor John Burton Cleland made member of committee to report on catchment areas for water supplies, 97
      • at government request, University takes control of Observatory, 97
      • free education through to university level urged at conference of teachers, 100
      • increase in exchange rate increases cost of imported school books, 100, 101
      • Board of Education advised that Imperial Education Conference not be held in 1931, 100
      • Archibald Grenfell Price on Australia's inflation crisis and warning lessons from Germany, 102
      • change in Federal Government portfolios, 106
      • proposal for Labor Party Conference that legislation be introduced to provide that Members of Parliament must take university course in economics, 106
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on increased costs imposed on farmers by Federal fiscal policy which increased cost of farm machinery, 110
      • rise in cost of education gives suggests that free education be for primary stage only, 110
      • Economy Committee discussions with Professor Leslie Galfried Melville on economic condition of Australia and financial position of State Governments, 111
      • enquiry into reducing expenditure on education for schools & soldier settlement, 111
      • Executive Council appointments to Advisory Committee under Hospitals Act, 111
      • criticism of Professor Kerr Grant's comment on modern education, 112, 122
      • Federal Government cuts funds to Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 114, 115
      • concern about impact of Federal government cuts to scientific research, 115
      • report to Premiers' Conference on proposed 20% reduction in individual wages, salaries, pensions & similar payments by all government departments, 117
      • report of Committee of Under Treasurer on conversion loan, 118
      • State Government grant to University of Adelaide for year ending 30th June, 1930, 121, 125
      • State Advisory Finance Committee's recommended cuts in will impact on University, 122
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart was member of Advisory Committee on State Finance to report on grants to education, 122, 124, 126
      • report of Education Committee has been presented, 127
      • reduction in government expenditure would not seriously disturb work of Education Department, 129
      • Education Committee's recommendations for cost cutting on education with reference to schools, the Public Library, Museum, Art Gallery, University, School of Mines & Industries & Teachers' College, 130
      • Members of Parliament want to make suggestions on cost cutting on education, 132
      • criticism by South Australian Public Teachers' Association of Professor John McKellar Stewart & Wallace Sandford proposed cuts to education expenditure, 134
      • government grants to University, 134, 135
      • Advisory Committee on State Finance to be disbanded, 136
      • history of negotiations between University and State Government over grant monies, 136
      • motion in House of Assembly in appreciation of Sir Walter James Young for work as Chairman of Advisory Committee on State Finance, 139
      • University included in Education Department reductions in State funded grant money, 142
      • letter from Professor Sir William Mitchell to Premier about loss of income caused by conversions in Government securities, 142, 143
      • Melbourne University considering national university protest about Federal book imposts, 145
      • Dental Bill to raise status of dental profession & consolidate existing law, 147
      • Dean of Faculty of Dental Science to be Chairman of new Dental Board, 147
      • under new registration conditions of 1941 only persons holding degrees or diplomas granted by universities or medical boards to qualify for registration as dentists, 147
      • disadvantaged children may receive assistance with examination fees and not be barred from sitting for University examinations, 148
      • problems over continued printing of records of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's 1911-14 Australian Antarctic Expedition by New South Wales Government, 150
      • report of Education Committee to be shelved, 152
      • impact on education & research by Federal imposition of heavier primage & sales tax on books, 154, 155, 156, 176a
      • heavier primage & sales tax on books to impact on publication of records of research works by Royal Society of South Australia, 155
      • impact on legal profession of more costly books, 155
      • criticism by Professor William Keith Hancock of greater cost of books, 156
      • South Australian Government approach to Prime Minister to duty on school books, 156
      • claim by Stanley Russell Booth that University students failed examinations because of their inability to buy textbooks due to higher costs, 156
      • Federal Government not to grant any exemptions with from higher book costs, 157
      • meeting of educational, professional, technical, social, political & religious bodies to protest at lack of exemptions for book and periodical costs, 157
      • Professor William Keith Hancock, Ronald Nickels Finlayson & Rutherford Purnell appointed to committee to take action over Federal decision not grant any exemptions to taxes on books & periodicals, 157
      • sacrifice imposed on University by economic depression, reduced government grants, high rate of exchange between Australia & London & high cost of books, 162
      • report of Education Committee presented by Professor John McKellar Stewart & J Wallace Sandford, 176a, 176e
      • congratulations to Sir Douglas Mawson from Governments of United Kingdom and Commonwealth of Australia on his achievements & safe return, 187e
    • Graduates,
      • offer of studentships to graduates from Trustees of Commonwealth Science & Industry Endowment Fund for training abroad, 5
      • good prospects in commercial life for graduates, especially Arts & Law graduates, 10
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart on the functions of a university in the community, 25
      • Sydney Russell Booth on influence of university education on British businesses with Cambridge university as an example, 39
      • first assembly of graduates took place in 1877 with 77 graduates, 39, 40
      • W.H. Stanford on 'Is a University Training Essential for Administrators?”, 143
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell claims people do not appreciate the relevance of university, 144
      • Rev Br David Gabriel Purton disagrees with Sir William Mitchell's comments on community perception of relevance of University, 144, 145
    • Graduation Ceremonies,
      • suggestions for caps & gowns for (A Mus A) Associateship in Music, Australia & (L Mus A) Licentiateship in Music, Australia, 26
      • graduation ceremony for 1929 to be held December 11th, 29
      • Elder Conservatorium graduation & final student concert, 34
      • 1929 Annual Commemoration Ceremony, 37, 38
      • Rev Frederick Slaney Poole on 'The University Commemoration - Then & Now', 39
      • annual commemoration to be held on December 10th, 1930, 94
      • 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96, 97
      • nine degrees conferred, 124
      • 1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
      • photograph of Sir George John Robert Murray, & Mace Bearer, Brian Gilmore Maegraith in procession to 1930 graduation, 175
      • photograph of Professors F L Wilkinson, Alexander Killen Macbeth, Arthur Lang Campbell, Messrs A A Simpson, E Anthoney, W H Harvey, J Anderson & F Bevan in procession to 1930 graduation, 175
      • photograph of some women graduates waiting to process into Elder Hall, 181
      • photograph of professorial staff waiting to process into Elder Hall, 181
      • photograph of Professors Alexander Killen Macbeth, Robert William Chapman & Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 190
      • photograph of members of Senate & Council of the University proceeding to Elder Hall, 191
      • photograph of mace-bearer, Lewis Charles Wilcher, 191
      • photograph of David Henry Hollidge, Mr Justice Herbert Angas Parsons & Professors John Burton Cleland, Arthur Lang Campbell, Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, Leslie Galfried Melville & Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson in academic procession, 191
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • attended conference on mathematics, astronomy & physics at Melbourne University, 14
      • opposed to raising school-leaving age from 14 to 16 years, 25, 26, 28, 30
      • responses to and debate of Professor Kerr Grant’s criticism of secondary education, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30
      • on qualifications for being a Governor of a British colony, 34
      • tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43
      • pallbearer for Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43
      • conducts weekly series of physics demonstrations for public, 53, 54
      • on Marconi's discovery of wireless transmission of power over long distances, 53, 54
      • photographs, 57, 59, 171, 172, 183, 185, 189
      • the one man nominated for vacancy on Council, 57
      • elected to Senate of University, 58
      • sceptical of Lord Birkenhead's claim that by 2030 babies will be developed in laboratories, 59
      • tuned a set in physics laboratory to clearly hear conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
      • provides scientific proof at public lecture that Earth rotates, 61
      • appeals for funds to apply Steele-Grant Balance in research, 63
      • to give series of lunch-hour demonstrations in physical science, 65
      • on potential use of solar radiation to supply domestic power requirements, 68
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • argues extraction gold from sea water is uneconomic, 86
      • public demonstration on electrons to be in aid of Sports Association funds, 86
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • introduced new clause for Bachelor of Science in Forestry, 94
      • organised expedition to find meteorite which fell at Karoonda, 96, 122
      • appointed an honorary associate astronomer, 97
      • to devise a plant for drawing off radium emanations for cancer treatment, 97
      • mainly responsible for discovery of Karoonda Meteorite, 106
      • on education of modern young men, 108, 109
      • response to his views on education of modern young men, 110
      • to speak to students on 'Recent Advances on the Frontier of Physical Science', 111
      • reported as saying that modern education was apt to quench spark of genius, 112
      • to represent South Australia at Centenary Conference of British Association for the Advancement of Science in London, 112
      • on the proposed development of electric power from water discharged at Mount Bold Reservoir, 112
      • on electrons & demonstration of a photo-electric organ at University Exhibition, 116
      • to give public lecture on 'Michael Faraday', 117
      • on astonomical time calculations to Astronomical Society, 121
      • explanation of interval between flash & the noise of a meteorite burst & its apparent fall near Berri & Loxton, 122
      • on coincidence of meteorite falls within same district, 122
      • on public expenditure on secondary education, 122
      • on progress in science, religion, politics & education system, 123
      • editorial on his comments, 124
      • Mr Ward's criticism of comments by Professor Kerr Grant on education and science, 125
      • Chairman of committee to investigate underground electrolysis in metropolitan Adelaide, 126
      • South Australian delegate to British Association for the Advancement of Science Conference, 129, 131, 134, 135, 136
      • lecture on Michael Faraday, practically pioneer of modern industrial electricity, 132
      • on Professor E O G Shann's question on whether expensively trained younger generations are capable of brilliant ideas, 133
      • elected a Representative of Royal Society of South Australia on various scientific organisations, 154
      • five articles written on'Birth & Growth of Wireless', 181a, 181b, 181c, 181d, 181e
      • photographs, 172, 173, 183, 185, 189
    • Grants,
      • proposed reduction in government grants to institutions, 80, 129
      • study of physical & physiological features of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek made possible by grant from the Australian National Research Council, 129
      • criticism of government grants to University, 134, 135
      • criticism of cost of education including large grants to University, School of Mines & Industries, Technical, Observatory & pensions, 176b, 176d
      • Budget speech announced cuts for education, 176f, 176g, 176h, 176k, 176l, 176m, 176n, 176o, 176p, 176q, 176r, 176s, 176t, 176u, 176v, 176w, 176x
    • Gray, Eric William,
      • academic distinction by a member of St. Mark's College, 34
      • awarded 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 159, 161
      • photograph, 159
      • biography, 159, 161
      • 1932 Rhodes Scholar carried Mace at 1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
      • university success for 1931 David Murray Scholar, 1932 Rhodes Scholar & St. Mark's College student, 163
    • Gray, J H,
      • student member of scientific party to study Australian Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 74
      • member of scientific party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • conducted anthropometric & anatomical observations of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
    • Green, Evelyn,
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 140
    • Green, Lorna Mary Alexandra,
      • elected Secretary & treasurer of Women Graduates' Association, 29
    • Greenland, P C,
      • Secretary of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • Member of Adelaide debating team for debate with Oregon (USA) debating club, 139
    • Gregory, C E,
      • elected member of Men's Union committee, 107
      • unsuccessful candidate for 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 159
      • member of Engineers' Gliding Club construction of a primary glider, 186a, 186b
    • Gregory, Professor T E G,
      • copy of 1930 Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce on 'Current Problems in International Finance' given to university, 104
      • publication of lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 106
      • second instalment of Joseph Fisher Lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 179a
      • concluding section of Joseph Fisher Lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 179b
      • first instalment of Joseph Fisher Lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 179c
      • fourth instalment section of Joseph Fisher Lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 179d
      • third instalment of Joseph Fisher Lecture on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 179e
    • Groth, Fred,
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concerts, 58, 61, 62
    • Grounds,
      • gift by Sir Walter James Young towards cost of erection of boundary fence on Victoria Drive, 3, 37
      • need for Act of Parliament placing Jubilee Exhibition grounds under control of University, 14
      • School of Mines & Industries should not be isolated from University, 14
      • Bill in House of Assembly for University to acquire land for erection of Bonython Hall & Barr Smith Library, 21, 22, 23, 24
      • Bill to give University land passed, 43
      • acreage & boundaries of university grounds, 22
      • land needed to accommodate future university expansion, 24
      • approach to Government to have part of Exhibition building site transferred to Adelaide City Council to allow continuation of Pulteney Street through to Victoria Drive, 26
      • photograph of demolition of former powder magazine/military prison/anatomy room at rear of Elder Conservatorium, 41
      • criticism of introduction of admission charges for entrance to University Oval for inter-varsity matches, 74
      • pilfering of collection of uncommon succulent plants, 129
    • Gryst, E F,
      • lecturer in Pharmacy, 70
    • Guinard, Andrew Paul,
      • outstanding achievement for St Mark's College student, 99
    • Gurney, Harold Cyril,
      • awarded 1930 Ernest Ayres Scholarship in Botany, 97
    • Gurney, Harold Cyril,
      • on experiments at Waite Agricultural Research Institute with a rye-wheat hybrid discovered at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 167
    • Guthrie, Dorothy Loueen,
      • awarded1930 Practice of Music Scholarship, 95
  • H

    • H G Smith Medal,
      • awarded to Professor James Arthur Prescott, 164
    • Hackett, W C,
      • elected an Auditor of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Hague, Ralph Meyrick,
      • 1930 Stow Prizeman, 97
      • awarded 1930 David Murray Scholarship for Private International Law, 97
    • Hale, Herbert M,
      • member of scientific study of Aboriginal people, 2, 13, 15, 37
      • member of scientific party to study Australian Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 74
      • member of scientific party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • conducted plastic cast work & supervision of Museum activities in anthropological expedition to study Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
      • together with Norman Barnett Tindale prepared plaster casts of faces of Central Australian Aborigines, 145
      • President of the Anthropological Society & member of party who studied Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, Central Australia, 155
      • photograph, 155
      • elected member of Council of the Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Hall, Hubert Winsloe,
      • Conductor of performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by Elder opera class, 142
      • director of Elder performances of 'King Arthur' & 'Maritana', 170a, 170b, 170c, 170d
      • photograph, 170f1, 170f2
      • Director of comic opera 'Merrie England' by Elder Opera Class, 188a, 188b
      • Conducted performance by Elder opera class, 74
    • Hall, James S,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Engineering), 106
    • Hall, Mrs Georgina Delmar,
      • assisted Elder Conservatorium opera class, 54
      • photograph, 54
      • designed costumes for 'Maritana', 103, 170f1, 170f2
      • trained cast members for performances of 'Maritana', 170f1, 170f2
      • supervised making of costumes for 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Halley, Dr Gertrude,
      • resigned as Principal Medical Officer in Education Department, 134
    • Hamilton, Dr Ian Ayliffe,
      • return to Adelaide after post-graduate study in surgery in England & Continent, 145
      • appointed Demonstrator in Pathology, 163
    • Hamilton, Tom,
      • played part of Big Ben in 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Hancock, Mary,
      • soloist in Elder student concert, 73
    • Hancock, Professor William Keith
      • to conduct year of research in Europe, 10
      • retirement from Board of Governors of Public Library, 22
      • granted leave of absence, 46
      • publication of Australia, 78, 80, 97, 106
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • comprehensive review of Australia, 85
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee for 1931 award, 86, 87, 95, 159
      • 1922 Victorian Rhodes Scholar is Professor of Modern History at Adelaide, 103, 106
      • on national thrift in France, 106
      • on economic reconstruction in Europe, 107
      • photographs, 107, 173
      • to give public lecture on 'The Australian Commonwealth & the British Commonwealth', 117
      • biography, 122
      • emphasises Australian nationalism in lecture on ' Australian Commonwealth & the British Commonwealth', 124
      • review article on Walter Russell Crocker's book The Japanese Population Problem, 131
      • on 'Has it been done before?' at International Club and whether war can be prevented, 149
      • critical of Federal Government's decision to impose heavier taxes on books, 156
      • to be speaker at meeting to protest at impost of heavier tax on books, 157
      • appointed to committee to take action on impost of heavier tax on books & periodicals, 157
      • speaks at meeting on impost of heavier tax on books & periodicals, 157
      • addressed Woodville District High School Parents' Association on tax on books, 161
      • degree Master of Arts (ad eundum gradum) conferred, 162
    • Hannon, Thomas Dennis,
      • appointed Honorary Dental Surgeon at Children's Hospital, 128
    • Hanson, Dr Bertram Speakman,
      • appointed Registrar for Cancer Clinic, 97
    • Hanson, Sir Richard Davies,
      • first Chancellor, 39
    • Harbison, W A,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Lacrosse), 81c
    • Hardman, Clement,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 140
    • Hardy, Marian,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 140
    • Hargrave, Phillip Douglas,
      • awarded 1929 Exhibition in Grade IV in Practice of Music, 24
    • Hargreaves, Dr,
      • retirement of Director of Chemistry noted for work on weevil plague, 159
    • Hargreaves, Master Philip,
      • scholarship holder for 1932 introduced to Vice-Chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Harmer, Cassandra,
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 22
    • Harris, Helena,
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concerts, 17, 115
      • member of pianoforte quintet at Elder student concert, 140
    • Harris, Miss J,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (W Basketball), 81c
    • Hart, Iris Correll,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 88, 93, 115
      • vocalist at lunch-hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 65
      • highly commended by examiners for 1931 Elder Scholarship for Singing, 103
      • vocalist for the third of a series of 20 weekly midday free organ concerts, 112
    • Hartley Studentship,
      • obituary for Herbert James Priest, 1899 Hartley Student, 95
      • 1900 award winner, John Frederick Ward appointed Headmaster of Prince Alfred College, 1
    • Hartley, John Anderson,
      • Sir Thomas Hudson Beare credits his success to training by John Anderson Hartley, 80
    • Harvey, Decima,
      • vocalist at performance by Elder opera class, 74
      • to be vocalist at performance of 'Maritana', 103
      • cast member of 'Maritana' by Elder Opera Class, 170b, 170e, 170f1
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Harvey, M L C, Hon W H,
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Harvey, A B,
      • resigned as Bursar of St Mark's College, 99
    • Harvey, Raymond H,
      • Awarded evening studentship (English), 106
    • Harvey, Valda,
      • vocalist in performance of Elder opera class, 74
      • was the May Queen in 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Haselgrove, Alan Halstead,
      • awarded1930 James Gartrell Prize for Elementary Comparative Philology equal with Jack Whitburn, 97
    • Hawker, Charles Allan Seymour,
      • appointed Deputy Chairman of Council of St Mark's College, 48
    • Hayward, J L,
      • elected member of University Men's Union committee, 107
      • Chairman of Men's Union Committee of Union Committee 1931-1932, 120
    • Heinicke, Hermann,
      • praise for his work for advancement of music in South Australia, 56
    • Henderson, Dr,
      • at special meeting of Antarctic Exploration Committee, 67
      • photographed as member of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
    • Henderson, Henry Beecher,
      • Chief Clerk comments on students and staff of professors and lecturers for 1931, 106
    • Henderson, James,
      • in March 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Henderson, Professor George Cockburn,
      • Adelaide's first Professor of Modern History, 147
      • published The Life of Sir George Grey', Governor of South Australia 1841-1845, 147
      • photograph, 147
    • Hendrickson, Lyndall Maud,
      • recommended for Eugene Alderman Scholarship (violin), 158
      • scholarship holder for 1932 introduced to Vice-Chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Hetzel, Dr Kenneth Stuart,
      • appointed Honorary Commissioner to report on advances in medical diagnosis & medical education in Great Britain & Europe, 156
    • Hewitson, Dr Thomas,
      • retired as President of Industrial Court & President of the Board of Industry, 81
    • Hicks, Professor Cedric Stanton,
      • to visit Europe to conduct a year of research, 10
      • to depart Adelaide for England, 20
      • granted leave of absence, 46
      • return to Adelaide as Assistant Surgeon on the 'Jervis Bay', 77
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • explains working of stomach camera which takes photographs of interior of human body, 101
      • lecture on 'How we Breathe' at Exhibition, 116
      • to give public lecture on 'The Tobacco Habit', 117
      • member of party of scientists to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • conducted basal metabolism & physiological work Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
      • on standards of medical education in Germany & South Australia, 145
      • member of scientific party which studied Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
    • Hill, Dr Florence McCoy,
      • conducting cancer research at Darling Laboratory, 97
    • Hill, Marjorie,
      • vocalist at final organ recital by John Adam Horner, 144
      • cast member of 'Maritana', 170b, 170d, 170e
    • Hilton, Arthur Robert,
      • 1929 Carnegie Fellow appointed Headmaster at Urrbrae, 163
    • Hobbs, Dr Alan Frank,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant, 133
    • Hocking, Mrs Dulcie,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 87
    • Hodge, Charles Reynolds,
      • photograph, 147
      • on 'Professors & their Ways', 147
      • second and third article on 'Professors & their Ways', 148
    • Hodgetts, H W,
      • appointed to Council of St Mark's College & House & Finance Committee & Education committee, 48
    • Hogarth, David Stirling,
      • lawyer seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Holden, Edward Wheewall,
      • farewell luncheon for Chairman of Directors of Holden's Motor Body Builders Ltd, 41
      • commissed to report on industrial matters overseas, 41
      • appointed to Appointments Board to bridge gap between student and employer, 56
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • presided at graduates welcome for Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 84
      • elected Graduates Branch committee, 84
      • on whether younger generations are capable of brilliant ideas, 133
      • resignation from Council, 156
    • Holland, Miss L,
      • awarded sports Association Blue (W Basketball), 81c
    • Hollidge, David Henry,
      • photographed with others in academic procession, 191
    • Holloway, E J,
      • photograph as member of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
    • Holmes, Edna Lucy,
      • awarded a travelling scholarship to philosophy, 2
    • Holtze, August,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Hone, Brian William,
      • awarded 1929 Rhodes Scholarship, 33, 37, 38
      • member of St Mark's College, 34
      • success at Oxford University, 127
    • Hone, Dr Frank Raymond,
      • appointed Temporary Assistant Honorary Physician, 133
      • appointed Tutor in Medicine, 163
    • Hone, Dr Frank Sandland,
      • delegate to meeting of Advisory Council of School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, 29
      • to deliver second annual Anne MacKenzie Oration in Canberra, 41
      • on progress on Chair of Obstetrics, 44
      • return from opening of School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, 50
      • gave Second Anne McKenzie Oration on 'The Human Factor in Environment', 52
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • renominated for membership of Senate, 93
      • elected member of the University Council at annual meeting of Senate, 94
      • appointed to Advisory Committee under Hospitals Act, 111
      • appointed Honorary Physician at Northfield Consumptive Home, 162
      • appointed Lecturer in Public Health & Preventative Medicine, 163
    • Hooker, George,
      • 1930 Elder Scholar (violin) received his music Diploma, 34
      • violin soloist at the 1929 final concert for students of Elder Conservatorium, 34
      • violinist at students' concert, 65, 115, 126, 162
      • member of pianoforte quintet at student concert, 140
      • violin soloist at lunch time organ concert by John Adam Horner, 140
    • Hooper, Peter,
      • cast member of 'Maritana' by Opera Class, 170b, 170e
      • played part of Long Tom in comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Hore-Ruthven, His Excellency Sir Alexander,
      • opened Annual Congress of Agricultural Bureau of South Australia, 19
      • laid the foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • photograph, 57, 182
      • attended laying of foundation stone for Barr Smith Library, 83
      • presided at meetings of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 84, 94, 95
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committees, 86, 87, 159
      • attended 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96, 97
      • to attend University Exhibition & Students Carnival, 112
      • attended University Exhibition, 116
    • Horgan, Maimie,
      • performed at pianoforte recital by advanced students, 88
    • Horner, John Adam,
      • lunch hour organ recitals, 4, 5, 65, 66, 68, 74
      • comments on first radio broadcast of Conservatorium musical production, 10
      • accompanist at Elder staff concert, 15
      • performed on 'Classical Hour' series broadcast over Radio 5CL, 51
      • pianoforte soloist at Elder staff concert, 63
      • accompanist at a chamber music concert by staff, 71
      • appreciation of John Adam Horner’s mid-day organ recitals, 75
      • pianist at Elder staff concert, 78
      • brief organ recital at 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96
      • series of weekly midday organ recitals, 107, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 117, 118, 121, 123, 126, 131, 134, 137, 138, 140, 144
      • organ soloist at a concert by Elder staff, 121
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • pianist at Elder Conservatorium music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
      • photograph, 172
    • Hossfeld, Paul Samuel,
      • appointed Acting Commonwealth Geological Adviser, 49
      • photograph, 49
    • Howard, Dr Geoffrey Hardman,
      • appointed an Honorary Anaesthetist, 126
    • Howard, A,
      • photograph of the chemist & hydrographist for second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187L
    • Howard, Stanford,
      • 1919 Rhodes Scholar, 31
    • Howchin, Professor Walter,
      • photograph, 56
      • first recipient of Sir Joseph Verco Medal, 145
      • lectured in geology & palaeontology & was a diligent research worker, 148
      • elected Editor of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Hubbe, Dr Edith Ulrica,
      • appointed Demonstrator in Biochemistry, 163
    • Hubbe, Edith Agnes, nee Cooke,
      • mentioned in December 1877 first class matriculation list, first woman to pass, 112
    • Hughes, Dr James Escourt,
      • success in primary examination for FRCS (London) degree, 162
    • Hughes, Gordon Kingsley,
      • awarded David Murray Scholarship for Science in 1929, 39
      • photographed with Messrs R R P Barbour & L T Ewens discussing arrangements for University Students' Carnival & Exhibition, 183
      • Organising Secretary for University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112, 116
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Baseball), 81c
      • elected member of University Men's Union committee (Science), 107
    • Hughes, Sir Walter Watson,
      • munificence to University, 22, 24, 39, 84
    • Human, Florence,
      • performed at an Elder pianoforte recital, 92
    • Hunkin, L C,
      • Public Service Commissioner and member of State Finance Advisory Committee, 105, 136, 137, 138, 142
    • Hunt, M A,
      • academic success in annual essay competition, 21
      • photograph, 21
    • Hunter, Brian Oswald,
      • 1930 Stow Prizeman, 97
    • Hurley, Captain,
      • spoke to Rotary Club on missed opportunities in regard to whaling, 187b
      • on Mawson’s 1929 expedition, 187j, 187p
      • helped harpoon whale, 187i, 187j
      • photographer for 1929 expedition to Antarctic led by Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 19
    • Hustler, Ruth,
      • Performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Hutcheson, Lieutenant-Commander George Ian Dewart,
      • promoted to Engineer Commander on 'Canberra', 72
    • Hutchins, Harry,
      • violinist in Elder student concerts, 65, 95, 126, 162
      • violinist at the welcome back to Adelaide for the Registrar and his wife, 99
      • recommended highly commended for Eugene Alderman Scholarship, 158
      • violinist at lunch hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 121
    • Hyde, Miriam Beatrice,
      • pianist at Elder students recital, 20
      • pianist at Elder advanced students concert, 61, 65
      • accompanist at concerts by Elder students, 87, 126
      • performed at Elder student concert, 95, 126
      • awarded a Bachelor of Music & recommended for the Elder Scholarship, 160
      • Elder Overseas Scholar's performance at Elder student concert, 162
    • Hyde, Pauline,
      • violinist at concert by Elder advanced students, 87
  • I

    • Iliffe, Michael Isaac Glover,
      • photograph of Michael Isaac Glover Iliffe & H Oliphant testing a Geiger Muller electron counting tube to be used in experiments in penetrating radiation for the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187L
    • Illingworth, Jeanne,
      • vocalist at lunch hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 112
    • Indigenous Issues,
      • expedition under direction of Board for Anthropological Research to study the habits & characteristics of Aborigines in Central Australia, 72, 74, 129, 136
      • University & Museum anthropological expedition returns from Central Australia, 142
      • letures by Dr Herbert Basedow to Geographical & Anthropological Societies in Parispredicted extinction of Australian Aborigines within twelve years, 164, 167
      • comments by Norman Barnett Tindale & Professor Frederic Wood Jones on Dr Herbert Basedow’s prediction, 164
      • editorial on research on Australian Aboriginal people, customs & beliefs, 167
      • travel to Central Australia by Professor Edward Harold Davies to study aboriginal song, 1
      • scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people by Professors T H Johnston, J B Cleland, E H Davies, Dr T D Campbell, Dr K Fry, Messrs H M Hale, N B Tindale & Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 2, 3, 13, 15
      • paper by C P Mountford on recently discovered aboriginal rock carving in Central Australia to Royal Society of South Australia, 5
      • recording the history & preserving relics of Central Australian natives, 15
      • permanent disc record of aboriginal songs recorded by Professor Edward Harold Davies, 34
      • Brian Gilmore Maegraith made a special study of blood pressure of aboriginal people, 95
      • paper on pathological lesions of Australian Aborigines by Professor John Burton Cleland, Dr Henry Kenneth Fry & Brian Gilmore Maegraith, 95
      • Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston comments on exhibition of plaster casts of faces of Aborigines of Central Australia, 148
    • Innes-Morcom, Victor,
      • vocalist at performance by Elder opera class, 74
      • cast member of comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Isbister, William James,
      • retirement from Council, 22
      • retirement from Board of Governors of Public Library, 22
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 29
      • elected to Council, 32, 33, 34
      • at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • photographed at birthday levee at Government House, 183
    • Ives, Professor Joshua,
      • first Professof of Music inaugurated public examinations in theory & practice of music, 148
      • first Professor of Music, 161
  • J

    • Jack, Dr Robert Lockhart,
      • Deputy Government Geologist appointed to Broken Hill Proprietary Company (BHP), 109
      • resignation as Deputy Government Geologist, 111
      • photograph, 86
      • awarded Doctor of Science, 86
    • Jackett, Howard,
      • Performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • James Gartrell Prize,
      • Eric William Gray the 1929 prizeman, awarded the 1931 Rhodes Scholarship, 159
    • James Gartrell Prize for Elementary Comparative Philology,
      • 1930 award to Alan Halstead Haselgrove & Jack Whitburn (equal), 97
    • Jeffrey, G,
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Jennings, C B,
      • appointed Burser of St Mark's College, 99
    • John Bagot Scholarship & Medal,
      • 1930 award to Roxy Sims, 97
    • John Creswell Scholarships,
      • nominations received for Alec J Ashton, J E Frayne & Leonard George Matthews, 104
    • John Darling Laboratory,
      • tenders called for erection, 24
      • cost of equipment & upkeep to be borne by CSIR, 24
      • Council to consider tenders, 29
      • Cheary Bros of Goodwood successful tenderers, 34
      • progress on building, 46
      • research conducted on chemical constituents of soil, fertilising problems & analysis of pastures, 122
    • John L Young Scholarship,
      • 1930 award to Carlton Ingham Cox, 97
    • John Ridley Memorial Scholarship,
      • nominations received for Cedric Alfred Neal Smith & Thomas Oliver Mitchell, 104
    • Johnson Laboratories,
      • bequest by the late Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson, 38, 46
      • bequest to be applied towards reconstruction of anatomy building to house School of Chemistry, 38, 46
      • photograph of Waymouth Street property (part Town Acre 200) bequeathed by Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson, 190
      • kinsman of Hon. Mr. Justice Herbert Angas Parsons, 190
    • Johnson, Dr Edward Angas,
      • appointed to Advisory Committee under the Hospitals Act, 111
      • appointed Honorary Sanitary Advisor, 126
    • Johnston, Laurence Frederick John,
      • lawyer seeking admission to the Bar in South Australia, 159
    • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey,
      • member of scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people, 2, 3, 13, 15, 37
      • report of expedition, 15
      • photographs, 2, 15, 59, 187c, 187s
      • joint paper with Effie Wyllie Deland on South Australian Acanthocephala & a census of recorded parasites & hosts read to Royal Society of South Australia, 5
      • visit to South Pole, 10
      • special meeting of Council to farewell him and Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 17
      • member of 1929 expedition to Antarctic, 19, 37
      • due to return from Antarctic by end of March, 46
      • relocated 20 tons of specimens from the British, Australian & New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition to University, 56
      • sceptical of Lord Birkenhead's claim that by 2030 babies will be developed in laboratories, 59
      • need for Australia to establish meteorological stations in Antarctic, 61
      • public lecture on 'Plant & Animal Life in the Ocean', 73
      • member of party to study Australian Aborigines in Central Australia, 74
      • with Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Expedition, 93, 97
      • elected to represent University of on the Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 114, 115
      • lecture on whales & whaling at University Exhibition, 116
      • member of party of scientists to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • to conduct blood tests with Dr John Burton Cleland on Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
      • as President of Royal Society of South Australia presented Professor Sir Douglas Mawson with 1931 Sir Joseph Verco medal, 144
      • Senior Vice-President of Royal Society speaks on work of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson in Antarctic, 145
      • comments at Royal Society exhibition of plaster casts of faces of Central Australian Aborigines, 145
      • elected President of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
      • critical of Federal Government decision to impose heavier primage & sales tax on books, 155
      • re-elected as representative on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 156
      • welcomes back Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187a
      • senior zoologist for Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187c
      • returned from Antarctic with specimens of marine life for research purposes, 187f, 187j, 187k
      • returned to after collecting specimens of plant & animal during the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187q
      • collected marine life of Antarctic with other zoologists during BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187r
      • tribute to Sir Douglas Mawson as leader of the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187s
      • entrusted with collection, preservation & storage of all plant & animal life from land & sea from Antarctic, sub Antarctic & off the coast of Tasmania, samples of which will be sent to Adelaide as well as the British Museum & New Zealand, 187s
    • Johnstone, P E,
      • appointed to Council of St Mark's College & Education Committee, 48
    • Jolly, Norman William,
      • 1904 Rhodes Scholar is Head of Forestry Department of New South Wales, 31, 119
    • Jolly, Wallace Wilson,
      • awarded 1930 Everard Scholarship, 97
      • awarded 1930 Dr Charles Gosse Medal for Ophthalmology, 97
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Baseball), 81c
    • Jonas, John,
      • to sing in light opera 'Maritana', 103
      • sang in ‘Maritana’, 170b, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • sang part of Walter Wilkins in comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Jonas, J C,
      • vocalist at performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
    • Jones, Dr Alan Thomas Britten,
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Surgeon, 126
    • Jones, Dr Edmund Britten,
      • 1912 Rhodes Scholar, 31
      • 1912 Rhodes Scholar practising doctor in Adelaide, 103
    • Jones, Professor Frederic Wood,
      • appointed Professor of Anatomy at Melbourne University, 47
      • photograph, 47
      • scientific explanation of the birth of marsupials, 47
      • publication of the 'The Mammals of South Australia', 47
      • world-wide fame for University of Adelaide Professor, 116
      • elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, 118
      • comments on prediction by Dr Herbert Basedow of extinction of Australian Aborigines within twelve years, 164
    • Jose, Dr Ivan Bede,
      • appointed Honorary Surgeon, 126
      • appointed Lecturer in Regional & Surgical Anatomy, 163
      • appointed Lecturer in Clinical Surgery, 163
    • Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce,
      • Text of lecture given by Professor T.E.G. Gregory, 179a, 179b, 179c, 179d, 179e
      • 1930 lecture by Professor T E G Gregory of the London University on 'Current Problems in International Finance', 76, 77
      • published copy of 1930 Joseph Fisher Lecture in Commerce available, 104, 106
    • Joseph Fisher Medal,
      • 1930 proxime accessit was Norman Smith Young, 97
      • 1931 award to Harry Adams, 162
      • 1930 award to Richard Bunbury Dawbarn, 95, 97
      • 1929 award to Edith May Pentelow & Dorothy Maud Wright (equal), 38
    • Julius, Sir George,
      • photographed at opening of John Darling Laboratory, 82
    • Juncken, Carl,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 93, 95
    • Jury, Charles Rischbieth,
      • conferred with degree Master of Arts (ad eundum gradum), 162
    • Jury, Mrs. G A,
      • gift to University, 22
      • endowment of £12,000 for a separate Chair of English Literature to bear name of her husband, 121
  • K

    • Kay, Robert Pringle,
      • to attend engineering workshops in Switzerland & Great Britain, 44
    • Kekewick, Beryl,
      • vocalist in light opera 'Maritana', 103
    • Kekewick, Evelyn,
      • vocalist in light opera 'Maritana', 103
    • Kekwick, Beryl,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 140
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
      • cast member for 'Maritana', 170b, 170d, 170e
      • vocalist at performances by the Elder student opera class, 74
      • vocalist at pianoforte recital by advanced students of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann, 91
    • Kekwick, Evelyn,
    • Kekwick, Mavis Beryl,
      • awarded the 1931 Elder Scholarship for Singing, 103
    • Kelly, Professor David Frederick,
      • Adelaide's second Professor of Classics, 147
    • Kelly, William Raymond,
      • appointed President of Industrial Court & President of Board of Industry, 81
    • Kennedy, A L,
      • undertaking magnetic observations in Antarctica, 187k
      • returns to with several tons of specimens collected by the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187s
      • appointed a member of Mawson’s scientific party to Antarctic, 89
      • determines that the South Magnetic Pole had moved steadily to the north-west during the past 20 years, 187f, 187s
    • Kenny, Hilda,
      • pianist at Elder student, 17
    • Kerr, Rear-Admiral,
      • photographs of members of Mawson Expedition Committee, 172, 187p
      • at meeting of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee for 2nd voyage, 187q
    • Kiek, Edward Sidney,
      • on 'The League & the World Economic Crisis' at meeting of League of Nations Union, 111
    • King, Dorothy,
      • speaker on kindergarten opportunities at vocation conference for women, 139
    • King, R D,
      • awarded scholarship to study Public Administration by Council, 121
    • Kingsmill, Walter,
      • photograph and brief biography of new President of South Australian Senate, 8
    • Kirkwood, Albert Ernest Maldon,
      • granted leave of absence, 46
      • return to Adelaide, 106
      • to give public lecture on 'The Poetry of John Donne', 117
      • visit Europe to conduct a year of research, 10
      • with Robert Cecil Bald to carry on work of Professor of English Language & Literature until a new appointment made, 86
      • due to return in March, 86
      • public lecture on John Donne, 126
      • comments on changes to public examination system, 163
    • Klug, G C,
      • one of world's foremost mining experts, 119
    • Koch, Gwendoline Gladys,
      • awarded Alexander Clark Scholarship (singing), 158
      • scholarship holder for 1932 introduced to the Vice-Chancellor at student concert, 162
    • Koonamore Reserve,
      • A E Hamilton & Wilcox donated 1,500 acre reserve at Koonamore for study of arid flora, 145
    • Krantz, R,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue (Baseball), 81c
    • Kriewaldt, Martin Rudolf Chemnitz,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
  • L

    • Lademann, Elsa,
      • vocal soloist at student concert, 22
    • Laffer, M P,
      • appointed to Council of the School of Mines & Industries, 94
    • Lamb, Professor Horace,
      • first Elder Professor of Mathematics, 39
      • occasional contention between Professors Horace Lamb & Ralph Tate on the Professorial Board, 39
      • recalls early University days in temporary premises in Victoria Square, 80
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 118
      • first Professor of Mathematics & Physics, 147
      • elected a Representative of the of the Royal Society of South Australia on various scientific organisations, 154
      • knighthood and world fame for Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at Manchester University, 131
    • Lamphee, Mary,
      • member of string quartet at student concerts, 17, 65, 66
      • member of piano quartet at student concert, 73
    • Land Holdings,
      • proposed transfer of portion of Jubilee Oval property to University for proposed Library, 2, 3, 37, 38
      • land at Koonamore Station presented by Mrs Hamilton Wilcox for experimental purposes, 14
      • Messrs A E Hamilton & Wilcox have enabled University to establish 1,500 acre reserve at Koonamore for study of arid flora, 145
    • Lane, Alison,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 73, 74
      • cast member in 'Maritana' performed by opera class, 103, 170b, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • in musical performance to welcome Professor Herbert John Wilkinson on his return, 84
    • Language, Study of,
      • editorial on Americanisation of English with a comment by an Adelaide professor, 130
      • lack of knowledge of foreign languages a disadvantage in commercial transactions, 98
    • Laughton, R A,
      • appointed Honorary Consulting Metallurgist to Dental Branch, 126
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • recommended no award of Bonython Prize for 1930, 93
    • Law, Study of,
      • more graduate lawyers than there are work positions available, 159
      • Council to arrange a scheme to undertake training of lawyers, 162
    • Lawrence, Dr Gordon Ord,
      • appointed Demonstrator in Operative Dentistry, 163
      • admitted Bachelor of Dental Surgery - ad eundem gradum, 38
    • Lawrence, L P A,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Lacrosse), 81c
    • Laws, Dr Keith William,
      • return after study & work abroad, 145
    • League of Nations Essay Prize,
      • ‘The 1930 Hoover Plan for the Adjustment of International Debts' is subject for 1932 essay prize, 156
      • 1930 award to Margaret Anne Lunn for essay on “The problem of minorities’, 83, 97
      • Lewis Charles Wilcher 1930 Rhodes Scholar awarded1929 League of Nations Prize, 83
      • subject for 1931 prize is 'M Briand's Plan for European Federation', 83
    • Leask, John Hunter,
      • to attend engineering workshops in Swizterland & Great Britain, 44
    • Lectures,
      • Dr Fay Maclure delivered annual Lister Oration, 63
      • Melbourne Professor of Economics to lecture on 'Subsidies to Production', 91
      • publication of Macrossan lectures by Archibald Grenfell Price, 96
      • reminiscences on early University lectures, 112
      • Professor William Keith Hancock on 'Australian Commonwealth & the British Commonwealth', 124
      • Professors Sir William Mitchell & William Henry Bragg suggested teachers improve their literary attainments by being admitted to lectures free of charge, 142
      • Professor Lotus D Coffman of Minnesota on 'High Education', 161, 162
      • photograph taken during physics lecture using a Kater's Reversible Pendulum, 185
      • Captain Frank Hurley speaks to the Rotary Club on Australia's opportunities in not developing a whaling industry in the Antarctic, 187b
      • photograph of two students demonstrating the Principle of the Cinematograph at free physical science lecture, 189a
    • Legislation,
      • envelope containing cuttings relating to Federal Grants & Debt Conversion Bill, 168
      • Debt Conversion Bill passed in House of Representatives, 168a, 168d, 168j, 168m
      • Finance Bill passed in Legislative Council, 168b, 168c
      • Premier's Conference considers plan proposed by economic experts, 168f, 168g, 168h, 168i
      • increase in Federal income taxation, 168m
      • Printing & Allied Trades Employers' Federation of Australia opposes proposed tariff of 45% on imported pencils, 168m
      • photograph of envelope containing newspaper cuttings for Taxation Bill & Budget & Education Report, 176
      • details of cuts under Financial Emergency Bill, 176c
      • protest at Federal Governments withdrawal of a subsidy & increased taxation on books & paper by Institutes' Association, 176c
      • Budget speech announced cuts for education, 176f, 176g, 176h, 176k, 176l, 176m, 176n, 176o, 176p, 176q, 176r, 176s, 176t, 176u, 176v, 176w
      • protest at Federal Government’s increased tax on imported books & periodicals by bookseller, literary societies, educational authorities, musical associations & readers, 176a
    • Leitch, Phyllis,
      • solo dancer at performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
      • solo dancer at second performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
      • arranged dances at performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
      • arranged ballet for Elder Conservatorium's performances of 'King Arthur' & 'Maritana, 170a, 170b
      • arranged dances & ensembles for 'Maritana', 170c, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • arranged dances for comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Lendon, Dr Alfred Austin,
      • Chairman of Medical Board, 64
      • public lecture on 'Cancer Treatment', 67
    • Lendon, Dr Guy,
      • appointed Tutor in Medicine, 163
      • re-appointed President of Medical Board, 164
    • Lennon, Vincent Francis Bennett,
      • presented for degree of MB, BS, 67
    • Leslie, Robert,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 87
    • Letcher, Dr Herbert George,
      • obtained the Diploma of FRCS (England), 159
    • Lewis, Arthur E,
      • awarded an evening studentship (School of Mines Associate), 106
    • Lewis, Dr A,
      • Representative of Royal Society of South Australia on various scientific organisations, 154
    • Lewis, Dr Aubrey Julian,
      • awarded Doctor of Medicine, 117
    • Lewis, Essington,
      • General Manager of Broken Hill Proprietary Co, 119
      • an 'old boy' of Professor Robert William Chapman, 123
    • Lewis, C G,
      • awarded members' section prize of Sir George Murray Essay Prize for essay on 'Radio in Education', 150
    • Leworthy, Miss,
      • speaker on accountancy, commercial & secretarial work at vocation conference for women, 139
    • Library,
      • see also Barr Smith Library
      • sketch of proposed library building, 2, 2a, 3
      • gifts by Tom Elder Barr Smith for library building, 2, 2a, 3, 38, 46, 61, 83, 84, 97, 101, 160, 178, 182
      • details of building designed by Messrs Woods, Bagot, Jory & Laybourne Smith, 3, 61, 83, 84
      • Council named new library Barr Smith Library, 3
      • collection contains fine specimens of early hand-printed literature, 11
      • photograph of three specimens of literature dating from fifteenth century, 11
      • problems with site for building due to lack of space, 14
      • main frontage will be to the River Torrens, 14, 24
      • gift of 180 works on education & psychology by Carnegie Corporation, 38
      • progress on building, 46
      • tenders called, 51
      • H S C Jarvis was the successful tenderer for construction, 60, 61
      • Messrs Woods, Bagot, Jory & Laybourne Smith were architects, 60, 61
      • local building materials to be used, 60, 61
      • start of construction, 61
      • foundation stone laid, 83, 84, 93
      • a memorial to Robert Barr Smith and his son, 83, 84, 97
      • gifts of books by Rt Rev Augustus Short, Rt Hon Sir Samuel James Way, Hon Sir Josiah Symon, Alfred Muller Simpson, Dr William Ramsay Smith & the Carnegie Institute, 83, 84
      • Council's successful approach to the government for a further grant of land, 83, 84
      • appointment of a new Librarian not expected in 1931, 84
      • Barr Smith Library expected to be in use early in 1932, 101
      • impact of increased cost of books on education & research by decision to impose heavier tax on books, 154, 155, 156
      • criticism by Professor William Keith Hancock of heavier tax on books, 156
      • Law Library books to remain in University Building & Medical Library to remain in Darling Building, 167
      • brief history of library collection, 167
      • gift by Dr William Ramsay Smith of over 2,165 volumes, 38
      • Sir Joseph Vercoe presented his books to library, 162
    • Ligertwood, George Coutts,
      • 1908, 1909, 1910 Stow Prizeman appointed a King's Counsel, 77
      • law career, 77
      • photograph, 77
    • Lindon, Dr Leonard Charles Edward,
      • 1918 Rhodes Scholar lives in Adelaide, 31
      • elected to committee of the Graduates Branch, 84
      • 1918 Rhodes Scholar a practising doctor in Adelaide, 103
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Surgeon, 126
      • appointed Tutor in Surgery, 163
    • Lloyd, Thomas R V,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Engineering), 106
    • Longbottom, Mary Irene,
      • awarded 1929 Exhibition in Grade III in Theory of Music, 24
    • Lowrie Scholarships,
      • death of Gordon Rudolph Piper, 1928 Lowrie Scholar, 65
    • Ludbrook, Wallis Verco,
      • photograph, 104
      • gained M Sc in plant pathology under a Commonwealth Council for Scientific & Industrial Research studentship, 104
      • to study Plant Pathology at Wisconsin University, 40
    • Lunn, Margaret Anne,
      • awarded 1930 League of Nations Prize for essay on 'The Problem of the Minorities', 83, 97
  • M

    • Macbeth, Professor Alexander Killen,
      • to deliver Liversidge Research Lecture at Sydney University, 61, 97
      • comments on papers given at Congress of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 64
      • lectures on 'The Relation of Research to the University' and 'Carbohydrate Chemistry’, 64
      • lecturer in Pharmacy, 70
      • attended the funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • demonstrated effect of liquid air on various items, 116
      • photographs, 175, 190
    • MacDonald, K A,
      • elected member of University Men's Union committee, 107
    • MacDonald, Ramsay,
      • Message to Professor Sir Douglas Mawson from the British Prime Minister, 92, 94
    • MacDonnell, John Carlile,
      • death announced, 53
      • photograph, 53
      • death mourned at Commemoration ceremony, 97
    • Mack, Hans Hamilton,
      • worked with Sir Thomas Hudson Beare and studied medicine in England, 80
      • graduated in medicine at London University, 101
      • awarded the 1876 University Scholarship equally with Percy Ansell Robin, 112
    • Mackay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • letter of thanks to Institute of Public Administration for help given on recent trip to Europe, 37
      • granted an extension of leave, 46
      • comments on effects of age on the mind at Institute of Public Administration Conference in London, 78
      • Master of Letters conferred by University of Cambridge, 107
      • predicted not to return to Australia, 108
      • has done research in connection with Chair of Imperial Economics, 123
      • publication of 'Experiments in Freedom in Education', 123
      • appointed to the Chair of Economics at Rangoon University, 126
    • Mackenzie, Captain W,
      • success in steering Antarctic Research Expedition ship 'Discovery' through hurricane, 187i
      • on deck of 'Discovery' in dry dock at Williamstown, 187s
    • MacLean, Professor Hugh,
      • Professsor of Medicine at University of London in Australia to lecture in Adelaide, 2
      • photograph, 2
    • Macmeikan, Mrs Elizabeth,
      • bequest by Peter Waite’s daughter, 111, 162
    • Maddeford, Jean,
      • instrumentalist at Elder students concert, 22, 95
    • Madigan, Cecil Thomas,
      • conducted geological and mapping survey of west of south-eastern Northern Territory & Lakes area of South Australia using aeroplanes & cameras, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 37
      • photographs, 4, 12, 27, 94, 177
      • trip with Professor James Arthur Prescott to test centre of Lake Eyre, 27
      • 1911 Rhodes Scholar is lecturer in geology, 31, 103
      • gave lantern lecture on 'Aerial Surveys in Central Australia', 84
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committees, 86, 87, 95, 159
      • plans for expedition to east of McDonnell Ranges, 94
      • comments on proposed American expedition to the North Pole, 103
      • to give public lecture on 'Geological Exploration of Central Australia', 117
      • representative of Teaching Staff on Union Committee for 1931-1937, 120
      • report of vibrations felt during an earth tremor, 132
      • lecture on 'Geological Exploration of Central Australia' is part of public lecture series, 138
      • visit to the Western McDonnell Ranges with Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 138
      • talk to members of Institute of Public Administration on need for administrative posts in for graduates, 158
    • Maegraith, Brian Gilmore,
      • member of scientific study of Aboriginal people, 2, 13, 15, 37, 95
      • awarded 1931 South Australian Rhodes Scholarship, 95, 96, 99
      • photographs, 95, 175, 177
      • academic distinctions, 34, 95, 97
      • member of1929 anthropological expedition to Central Australia where he studied the blood pressure of aboriginal people, 95
      • paper on pathological lesions of Australian Aborigines written in conjunction with Professor John Burton Cleland & Dr Henry Kenneth Fry, 95
      • 1930 proxime accessit for the Dr Charles Gosse Medal for Ophthalmology, 97
      • mace bearer for 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 97
      • first holder of bursary given by the late Harold Fisher, 99
      • appointed Assistant Surgeon on ship 'Hobsons Bay', 144
    • Magarey, Dr Ivan Sandilands,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Honorary Assistant Physicians at Children's Hospital, 121
      • appointed Acting Honorary Physician at Northfield Consumptive Home, 162
    • Magarey, Helen,
      • Performed in Elder student concerts, 65, 73, 115, 188a
    • Magarey, Kathleen,
      • played part of 'Jill-all-Alone' in comic opera 'Merrie England' by members of the Elder, 188a
    • Mander, L A,
      • comments on educational conditions in Australia & America, 73
      • photograph, 73
    • Mander, Professor,
      • address on 'Some Problems of Anglo-American Relations', 80
    • Mann, A,
      • Gave talk on conditions for university students after international conference, 65
    • Marconi, Marchese,
      • wireless transmission of electric power from a yacht in the Mediterranean Sea to Sydney Town Hall, 53, 54
    • Marks, Mrs Jane,
      • Gift of 30,000 pounds to university munificence to university, 22
    • Marston, Hedley Ralph,
      • likely to be appointed Deputy Chief of the Animal Nutrition of the Commonwealth Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, 49
      • photographs, 49, 104
      • has continued research of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 101
      • comments on research for improvement of Merino wool, 104
      • attended unveiling of bronze memorial tablet for Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
    • Martin, Frederick Clarence,
      • nominated for membership of Royal Society, 5
    • Martin, Professor Sir Charles James,
      • joined University staff as Professor of Biochemistry & General Physiology, 106
      • encouragement of scientific research at luncheon of the Commonwealth Club, 106, 107
      • tribute to the late Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 106, 107
      • photographs, 102, 105, 114
      • biography, 49, 104, 105, 114
      • a man of no verbal memory, 114
      • comments on research on the nutritive value of various foods for sheep, 146
      • offered position of Director of Animal Nutrition Division of Commonwealth Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, 49
      • declined offer of position of Director, 51
      • xpected to be appointed Professor of Biochemistry, 74
      • appointed Chief of Animal Nutrition Division of Commonwealth Council for Scientific & Industrial Research & Professor of Biochemistry, 87, 97
      • to arrive early in new year, 93, 98, 99
      • former Director of the Lister Institute, 103
      • arrival, 102, 103, 104, 105
      • research interests and activities, 103, 104, 105
      • delivered Annual Listerian Oration, 123
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 127
      • attended unveiling of bronze memorial tablet for Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • degree Doctor of Science (ad eundum gradum) conferred, 162
    • Masson, Sir David Orme,
      • praised by Antarctic committee for work on behalf of the Australian Antarctic expedition, 55
      • photographs, 56, 172, 187p
      • member of special meetings of Antarctic Exploration Committee, 67, 187m, 187o
      • to confer with Sir Douglas Mawson on his return to Melbourne, 187i
      • chaired meeting of the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187q
      • to farewell staff & crew of the 'Discovery', 187q
    • Mathematics, Study of,
      • criticism of mathematics examination, 27
    • Matison, Dr E A,
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
    • Matriculation,
      • continued acceptance of interstate matriculation certificates, 5
      • secondary school leaving examination should be retained for university entry, 98
      • review of public examinations, 98
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell drawing up standard for matriculation throughout Commonwealth, 98, 99
    • Matters, Dr Reginald Francis,
      • appointed Assistant Lecturer in Human Physiology & Pharmacology, 39
      • appointed Honorary Assistant Gynaecologist, 133
      • member of a party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136, 142
      • conducted research at Cockatoo Creek, 155
      • conducted research work at Melbourne University & Melbourne Hospital, 157
      • appointed Assistant Lecturer & Demonstrator in Physiology & Pharmacology, 163
      • appointed Tutor in Obstetrics, 163
    • Mattison, Dr E A,
      • appointed Honorary Surgeon for Ear, Nose & Throat at Parkside Mental Hospital, 126
    • Maughan, Milton Moss,
      • only First Class in first BA Exam, later Director of Education, 112
    • Mawson, Professor Sir Douglas,
      • leader of geology students' expedition to Flinders Ranges, 8, 14
      • visit to the South Pole, 10
      • special meeting of Council to farewell Professor Sir Douglas Mawson & Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston a successful voyage to the Antarctic, 17
      • address on effect of Antarctic ice pack & currents on Australian weather, 18
      • expedition to Antarctic, 19, 22
      • expeditions to Antarctic mentioned in Sir George Murray’s speech at graduation, 37
      • due to return from Antarctic by end of March, 46
      • direct wireless communication with the Antarctic Expedition, 46, 47
      • Australian hero, 46
      • research on geology of Antarctic, 47
      • Antarctic weather effects on eggs, 52
      • reception for British Australian & New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition, 55, 56
      • photographs, 56, 63, 86, 92, 109, 172, 187b, 187c, 187f, 187m, 187n, 187o, 187p, 187q
      • message of congratulation from His Majesty the King, 56
      • awarded Mueller Medal, 63, 97
      • public lecture given at Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 64
      • donation by Mr MacRobertson towards expedition to the South Pole led by Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 65
      • special meeting of Antarctic Exploration Committee to discuss the voyage of the 'Discovery', 67
      • public lecture on 'The Ocean - the Mother of Life', 71
      • public lecture on the Formation of the Ocean Bed, Life, Currents & Temperatures, 72
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • to depart Hobart in the 'Discovery' on November 22nd for the Antarctic, 81c
      • about to leave for the Antarctic, 84
      • patented (in London) a secret method by which sulphate mineral deposits in South Australia can be commercially treated, 86
      • departs for Antarctic, 88, 89, 92, 93
      • ad eundem gradum Degree of Doctor of Science conferred by University of Tasmania, 93
      • apparatus to be set up on 'The Discovery' to investigate rays emitted by sun, 93
      • farewell messages to Sir Douglas Mawson, 94
      • expedition to Antarctic with Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston, 97
      • discovered Adelie Land Meteorite, 106
      • return with scientific data & collection of specimens from ocean depths, 108, 109
      • awarded a gold medal by Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, 108
      • comments on fishing grounds, water analysis, exploration in Antarctica, 109
      • map of route of Discovery, 109
      • informal lecture on life in the Antarctic at University Exhibition, 116
      • published first results in radio activity in Australia in 1904 with Professor T H Laby, 118
      • with Professor T H Laby discovered radium in mineral from Pilbarra & Carcoar, 118
      • supported creation of a national reserve embracing meteorite deposit, 132
      • possibility of a more detailed survey of Henbury meteorite craters and comparison with Coon Butte meteorite crater, 135
      • awarded 1931 Sir Joseph Verco Medal by the Royal Society, 138, 144, 145
      • visit to Western McDonnell Ranges with Cecil Thomas Madigan, 138
      • talk by Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston on work of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 145
      • problems over printing of records of 1911-14 Australian Antarctic Expedition, 150, 187b
      • records of 1929 Antarctic expedition to be published by generosity of Mr MacRobertson, 164
      • photograph of both sides of medal which to be presented by Royal Society, 172
      • envelope of newspaper cuttings for Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187
      • welcome back after Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187a
      • NSW Government discontinues printing of records of the Australian Antarctic Expedition (1912-14) following a dispute with Sir Douglas Mawson, 187b
      • Given international contention over continent of Antarctica, reproached Federal Govt for not taking continent under its protection, 187b
      • extols value of wearing woollen garments to combat cold weather, 187b
      • due back by end of March, 187c
      • comments on Antarctic whaling industry, 187f
      • attended a special meeting of Antarctic Expedition Committee, 187g, 187j, 187m, 187o
      • Macpherson Robertson elected a Fellow of Royal Geographical Society, London on recommendation of Professors Sir Douglas Mawson & Sir Trannatt William Edgeworth David, 187i
      • generous support will enable expedition to begin in November 1931, 187p
      • concern over question of territorial rights following Sir Douglas Mawson's hoisting of the British flag at different Antarctic locations, 187q
      • map of planned route of expedition, 187q
      • attended meetings of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee for second voyage to Antarctic, 187q, 187s
      • informed of a resolution in USA Senate urging claim to Antarctic lands recently discovered by Rear-Admiral Byrd, 187q
      • to join 'Discovery' in Hobart for BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187q
      • in Sydney following return of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187q
      • comments on location of ice bergs on two previous expeditions and weather patterns, 187r
      • reply to Christmas greeting from Acting Prime Minister, 187r
      • comment that despite no decision by the Australian Government there was sufficient funds available for an expedition in November 1930, 187r
      • limited value of planes in Antarctic research, 187s
    • Maxwell, Clerk,
      • able to demonstrate mathematically wave theory of light & of electricity, 162
    • Mayes, Stanley Herbert,
      • second place for 1930 League of Nations Prize, 83
    • Mayfield, Vera,
      • vocalist at student concert, 25
    • Mayo, Dr Helen Mary,
      • to respond to toast at Women's Union dinner, 96
      • representative of Council on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • appointed an Honorary Bacteriologist, 126
      • speaker on medicine, dentistry & dental mechanism at girls’ vocation conference, 139
      • retired from Council, 156
      • appointed Lecturer in Medical Diseases of Children, 163
    • Mayo, Herbert,
      • addressed preliminary meeting of commerce students & lecturers, 51
      • appointed a King's Counsel, 77
      • photograph, 77
      • appointed Lecturer in Commercial Law II, 163
    • McArthur, Colin,
      • was Merlin in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by Elder opera class, 142
      • cast member for some performances of 'Maritana' by Elder Opera Class, 170b, 170e
    • McComas, R B,
      • photographs of Director of the Commonwealth Bank, 36, 192, 193
      • officially opened new plant culture houses & insectary at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 36, 37, 39, 194
    • McCoy Scholarships,
      • South Australian Public Teachers' Union collects funds for two scholarships in memory of W T McCoy, 142
    • McCoy, William Tyler,
      • obituary, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16
      • funeral, 38
      • Council adopted resolution of sympathy for relatives, 15, 16, 38
      • death leaves a vacancy on Council, 22
      • advantages of secondary education, 28
    • McDonnell, John Carlile,
      • death of Master at St Peters, 53
      • photograph, 53
    • McEacharn, Dr Alistair Campbell,
      • in charge of King George Hospital, Ilford, England, 120
    • McGregor, Dorothy,
      • performed in Elder student concerts, 22, 88
    • McIntosh, Howie James,
      • appointed to staff of electrical engineers, London, 156
    • McKail, Mrs A C,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
      • graduates representative on for 1931-1932, 120
    • McKay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • review of his publication, Experiments in Educational Self-Government, 143
    • McKay, Dr Douglas Gordon,
      • gained FRCS, Edinburgh, 130
    • McKee, William Albert Kenneth,
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
    • McKenzie, Captain K N,
    • McKenzie, Robert B,
      • awarded an evening studentship (School of Mines Associate), 106
    • McLaughlin, Eric Enstone,
      • played at Elder student concerts, 115, 162
    • McLaughlin, Len,
    • McMillan, Sir Robert Furze,
      • death of Chief Justice of Western Australia, 111
    • McNeill, J,
      • appointed Minister of Health & Repatriation in Federal Cabinet, 105
    • Medical Organisations,
      • prefix 'royal' approved for College of Surgeons of Australasia, to be known as the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 100
      • Royal College of Surgeons of England to present Royal Australasian College of Surgeons with a mace, 100
    • Medicine, School of,
      • foundation of Medical School mainly due to Professor Sir Edward Charles Stirling & Sir Joseph Cooke Verco, 148
    • Medicine, Study of
      • insufficient number of medical students to meet the demand for doctors, 26, 33
      • enough medical students to meet demand for doctors at Adelaide Hospital, 33
      • possibility of completing medical degree after age of 30 years, 94
      • Dr Constantine Trent Champion de Crespigny informed Senate of a revised regulation concerning medical students, 94
      • approval of prefix 'royal' for College of Surgeons of Australasia, 100
      • Professors William Wright (London Hospital Medical College) & G A Buckmaster (Bristol University) to conduct first examinations in Australia for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, 125, 137
      • C H Fagge of Royal College of Surgeons to present Great Mace to Australasian College of Surgeons, 138
      • photograph of Professors William Wright (London Hospital Medical College) & G A Buckmaster (Bristol University) who are to conduct first examination for Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, 171
    • Meegan, Alice,
    • Meegan, Kathleen Mary,
      • member of string quartet, performed in recitals of Elder Conservatorium, 5, 26, 60, 71, 78, 84, 111, 117, 132
      • leader in comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Meleng, F H,
      • representative of library organisations opposes imposition of duty on imported books and printed matter, 52, 53, 59
    • Mellowship, Joan,
      • pianist at concert by Elder students, 57, 58
    • Melrose Laboratory,
      • research being conducted on the chemical constituents of the soil, fertilising problems & analysis of pastures , 122
    • Melrose, Sir John,
      • gifts to university and to establish John Melrose Laboratory, 19, 22, 29, 37, 39, 54, 57
      • in group photograph, 192
    • Melville, Professor Leslie Galfried,
      • article on 'What the Gold Reserve means to the man in the street', 35
      • appointed Professor of Economics, 37
      • address on Australian Economic Ways at annual preliminary meeting, 51
      • photograph, 51, 59, 66, 67, 68, 71, 77, 105, 113, 150, 168f, 174a, 176x, 191
      • address to Commerce students, 51
      • sceptical of Lord Birkenhead's claim that by 2030 babies will be developed in laboratories, 59
      • appointed to Government Committee to advise on financial position of South Australia, 66
      • lecture series on 'The Foundations of Prosperity & the Great Illusion', 67, 68, 69
      • extension lectures on the Strictures of Australian Finance and the faking of the books, 69, 70, 71
      • comments on evidence on the loss in National Income given to Board of Industry, 77
      • comments to the Board of Industry's hearing on the application for a revision of wages, 82
      • elected a Vice President of Economic Society, 83
      • to be in charge of new Economics course, 95
      • thanked for his service to the State, 96
      • made a member of Special Advisory Committee on State Finance & committee to report on catchment areas for water supplies, 97
      • to act in an advisory capacity for Commonwealth Bank Board, 105
      • resignation from State Finance Advisory Committee has not been received, 105
      • has resigned from Transport Control Board, 105
      • to spend a year in Sydney as economist on staff of Commonwealth Bank, 106
      • Economy Committee consultations with Professor Leslie Galfried Melville and others on economic condition of Australia and financial position of the State Governments, 111
      • member of an expert committee for balancing Commonwealth & State budgets, 113
      • member of Advisory Committee on State Finance which is to be disbanded, 136, 137, 138
      • member of Advisory Committee on State Finance will be interstate for a year, 142
      • attends meetings of Loan Council & Premier's Conference, 144
      • resigns in order to take position as Advisor in Economics to Commonwealth Bank Board, 150
      • biography, 150
      • in Adelaide on a short visit, 160
      • member of Committee of Economists & Under-Treasurers who reported to the sub-committee of Loan Council on Australia's finances, 168e
      • to work with Under-Treasurers as actuary for economics experts co-opted by Loan Council committee, 168f
      • envelope containing newspaper cuttings relating to membership of Transport Control Board, 174
      • appointed a member of Transport Control Board, 174a
      • is member of a Permanent Secretariat to deal with absorption of the workless in productive works, 176x
    • Menz, Mrs H V,
      • convener for sale of sweets and programmes for comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Messent, Dr Philip Santo,
      • reappointed a member of the Dental Board, 101
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Surgeon, 126
      • appointed Tutor in Surgery, 163
      • appointed Lecturer in General Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, 163
    • Metallurgy, Study of,
      • close association between University & School of Mines & Industries in training of many notable engineers, 119
    • Meteorology, Study of,
      • Professor Kerr Grant's explanation of interval between flash & noise of meteorite burst, 122
    • Millard, H V,
      • awarded night scholarship to study Public Administration, 121
    • Mills, Edward Whitfield,
      • appointed Lecturer in Accounting I & II, 39
    • Milne, James,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Mines & Industries, School of,
      • dinner in recognition of services of Sir John Langdon Bonython, 23
      • possible inclusion of first-aid as part of engineering courses, 71
      • appointments to council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • gifts by Sir John Landon Bonython, 96, 97
      • possesses Murnpeowie Meteorite, 106
      • cooperation with University over Institute of Engineers’ scheme for employment of engineering graduates, 107
      • close association with University in training of many notable engineers, 119
      • Professor Robert William Chapman was a member of school’s Council from 1916, 123
      • Professor Robert William Chapman awarded Kernot Memorial Medal, 127
      • winner of first fellowship, Roy Lister Robinson, knighted, 127
      • Education committee suggests some fees for students of school too low, 130
      • details of Government grant and student numbers, 132
      • criticism of cost of grants to School, 176b, 176d
    • Minson, Charles S,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Economics), 106
    • Mitchell, Dr,
      • visited Sir Thomas Hudson Beare following retirement, 80
    • Mitchell, Professor Sir William,
      • photographs, 3, 12, 24, 82, 90, 182, 183, 185
      • attended funeral of William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • presented a new system of matriculation examinations, 12
      • left Adelaide to deliver MacRossan lectures, 16
      • retirement from Council, 22
      • launches an impressive building programme, 24
      • travel to England on family matters, 25, 37
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 29
      • elected to vacancy on Council, 32, 33, 34
      • re-elected Vice-Chancellor, 33, 34, 37
      • delivered John Murtagh Macrossan Lecture, 37
      • appointed members to Board to bridge gap between student and employer, 56
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • present at physics lecture theatre to hear conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
      • presided at 1930 Joseph Fisher Lecture, 76
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • advice to students of Workers' Educational Association, 89, 90
      • attended 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96
      • drawing up scheme for common standard of matriculation throughout Commonwealth, 98, 99
      • stated a need for students to undertake closer study of current politics, 109
      • presided at meeting of League of Nations Union, 111
      • his common standard of matriculation for Australia to be considered by Council and staff, 111
      • attended University Exhibition, 116
      • addressed students on leaving university with a unified & well-balanced mind, 121, 126
      • to furnish statement on education costs, 130
      • comments on entrance standard for degrees, 135
      • made available summary of letter about university costs sent to Committee on Public Education, 136
      • letter to Premier pointing out that conversions in Government securities lost university revenue, 142, 143
      • thirty years earlier Mitchell, suggested that to raise teachers’ expertise levels, they should be admitted to university lectures & examinations free of charge, 142
      • proposed further reduction in university salaries, 143
      • on communal lack of appreciation of value of university, 144
      • attended unveiling of memorial tablet to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • appointed Professor of English Language & Literature & Mental & Moral Philosophy in 1894, held post for 28 years, 147
      • agreed that number of students tends to rise in bad times & fall in prosperity, 147
      • to submit a resolution at meeting to protest at Federal Government's decision not grant any exemptions to heavier primage & sales tax on books, 157
      • said impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books & periodicals a blow to education, 157
      • attended luncheon for new graduates, 162
      • proposed sweeping changes to system of public examinations, 164
      • name to appear on new maps following Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187a
    • Mitton, Ronald Gladstone,
      • 1927 Rhodes Scholar is at Oxford, 31
    • Mocatta, Dr Mildred,
      • sent a floral tribute for funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
    • Modern History, Chair of,
      • establishment of Chair of Modern History, 147
      • Professor William Keith Hancock is Professor of Modern History, 106
    • Modern History, Study of,
      • the subjects modern history & English Language & Literature were associated until 1902, 147
    • Moodie, Robert Beresford,
      • lawyer seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Moore, Dr Arthur Pariss Reading,
      • President of Dental Association concern over proposed contained Dental Bill, 90, 91, 92
      • appointed Lecturer in Dental Surgery & Pathology, 163
    • Morcom, Victor Innes,
    • Morey, Dr Alan Wilson,
      • 1914 Rhodes Scholar was killed in the war, 31
    • Morgan, Dr A M,
      • photographed at birthday levee at Government House, 183
    • Morley, Evelyn,
      • accompanist at Elder student concert, 17
    • Morphett, Leonard,
      • performed at organ recital by John Adam Horner, 131
    • Morris, Lyndall Erica,
      • to propose toast to 'The University' at annual dinner for the Adelaide University Women's Union, 96
    • Morris, Miss S V,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (W Hockey), 81c
    • Morris, L G,
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 75
    • Morton, Mary,
      • piano solo at Elder student concert, 17
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 61, 95
      • an Associate in Music for 1931 introduced to Vice-Chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Moulden, Dr Owen Meredith,
      • appointed Honorary Gynaecologist at Parkside Mental Hospital, 126
    • Mountford, C P,
      • Read paper on recently discovered aboriginal rock carving in Central Australia at meeting of Royal Society of South Australia, 5
    • Moyes, Bishop John Stoward,
      • biography, 132
      • photograph, 132
    • Moyes. Commander M H,
      • in charge of navigation & surveying for 1929 Mawson expedition to Antarctic, 19
    • Moyse, Gerald,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 65
    • Mudie, Trude,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 22
      • played the Queen's jester in 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Muecke, R L S,
      • elected a member of Union committee, 107
      • men student representative (Medicine) onUnion Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Mulrooney, J L,
      • photograph of members Mawson Expedition committee, 172
    • Mummery, Nellie,
      • played Queen's jester in 'Merrie England, 188a
    • Murray, Beatrice Jean,
      • Council adopted report on Master of Science thesis, 156
    • Murray, Professsor Gilbert,
      • Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford University invited to visit, 40
      • declined invitation, 40
      • photograph, 40
    • Murray, Sir George John Robert,
      • tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 44
      • consulted on appointment of new chair of Bio-chemistry and Physiology, 48
      • donated prizes for Sir George Murray Essays Competition, 78
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • photographs, 37, 81, 82, 97, 100, 150, 175, 177, 182
      • 67th birthday, 83
      • invited Mrs Barr Smith to lay foundation stone of Library, 83, 84
      • donations of books for library from various donors, 83, 84
      • born in South Australia, 84
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee, 86, 87, 95, 159
      • letter to each staff member explaining Council decision to reduce staff salaries by 10%, 93
      • presided at 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96, 97
      • fifteenth anniversary of his appointment as Chief Justice, 100
      • re-elected Chancellor, 103
      • introduced Sir Charles James Martin to Council, 107
      • elected Chancellor for a fourth term, 107
      • to attend University Exhibition, 116
      • gave prizes for Sir George Murray Essay awards, 116, 144
      • conferred nine degrees, 124
      • Patron of South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
      • unveiled memorial tablet at Animal Nutrition building as tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • endowed Tinline Research Scholarship in memory of mother’s family, 147
      • biography, 150
      • sent floral tribute for funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • attended 1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
      • his name to appear on new maps of Antarctic continent, 187a
      • at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • present at physics lecture theatre to hear conversations at opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
    • Murray, Sir Hubert,
      • to lead Australian delegation at British Association for Advancement of Science meetings in London, 135
    • Music, Chair of,
      • endowment of School of Music by Sir Thomas Elder, 148
    • Music, School of,
      • history of founding, 148
      • endowment of by Sir Thomas Elder, 148
    • Music, Study of,
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies to study aboriginal song in Central Australia, 1
      • permanent disc record of some aboriginal songs recorded by Professor Edward Harold Davies, 34
      • gramophone records of Australian Aboriginal songs collected by Professor Edward Harold Davies on various expeditions, 47
      • concern over proprietary examining bodies and abuse of examination system, 50
      • last day of entry for examinations of Australian Music Examination Board, 50
      • criticism of university status of a diploma in music (AMUA), 70
      • examiners for Associated Board of Royal Academy of Music & Royal College of Music will be Dr Thomas Wood & Francis Clive Savill Carey, 142
      • Lawrence Campbell to conduct examinations in elocution under Australian Music Examinations Board, 151
      • Professors W A Laver & Edward Harold Davies to examine final year diploma and Mus Bac courses at Adelaide University, 158
      • Senate approves for regulations providing for prize for best South Australian candidate who passes as an executant with credit or honours in Licentiate Examination (Music), 94
      • Professor Harold Davies argues for a musical education that is both academic and comprehensive, 50
    • Musical Productions,
      • lunch hour organ recitals by John Adam Horner, 4, 5, 110, 111, 112, 117, 118, 121
      • concerts by Elder Conservatorium string quartet, 5, 60, 84, 117
      • chamber music concert by Elder Conservatorium staff to be broadcast for first time, 10
      • concerts by Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra, 11, 93
      • concerts by staff of Elder Conservatorium, 15, 63, 78, 121, 146
      • second series of concerts by staff of Elder Conservatorium to be broadcast, 16
      • concerts by students of Elder Conservatorium, 17, 22, 34, 58, 73, 95, 126, 140, 162
      • vocal & pianoforte recital by students of Elder Conservatorium, 20
      • vocal concert by students of Elder Conservatorium, 21
      • first recital by Peter Bornstein, new violin teacher at Elder Conservatorium, 24
      • series of pianoforte recitals by students of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann, 24
      • chamber music concert by staff of Elder Conservatorium, 26
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies supervision of Radio 5CL broadcast of concert series, 45
      • programme by Elder Conservatorium staff to be broadcast on Radio 5CL, 51
      • concerts by advanced students of Elder Conservatorium, 57, 61, 62, 87, 88, 115
      • Sir Hugh Allen, Director of Royal College of Music attends students' concert, 65, 66
      • chamber music concert by staff of Elder Conservatorium, 71
      • performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
      • appreciation of John Adam Horner’s mid-day organ recitals, 75
      • pianoforte recital by Elder Conservatorium advanced students of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann, 91, 92
      • concert by students of Elder Conservatorium at annual Nunc Dimitis, 95
      • light opera 'Maritana' performance by Elder Conservatorium Opera class, 103
      • 1931 Elder Conservatorium concert series programme announced, 107
      • syllabus available for 1931 concert series arranged by Professor Edward Harold Davies, 110
      • opening of Elder Conservatorium Concert season, 111
      • pianoforte concert by staff of Elder Conservatorium covering syllabus of the Australian Music Examination Board, 118, 121, 122
      • Performances of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 142, 170a
      • Elder Conservatorium chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
      • performances of 'Maritana' by Elder Conservatorium Opera Class with two casts, 170b, 170c, 170d, 170e, 170f1, 170f2
      • envelope of newspaper cuttings for opera 'Merrie England', 188
      • performances of comic opera 'Merrie England' by members of Elder Conservatorium Opera Class, 188a, 188b
  • N

    • Napier, Mr Justice Thomas John Mellis,
      • 48th birthday, 87
      • photograph, 154
      • biography, 154
      • speaks at a Graduates' Union luncheon for new graduates, 162
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • world-wide fame for University of Adelaide Professor, 116
      • Adelaide's fifth Professor of Classics, 147
    • Neales, William Lewis,
      • Mentioned on December 1877 first class matriculation list & later Director of Education in Tasmania, 112
    • Neill, A V E,
      • photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
    • Nelson, Rita,
      • vocalist at organ concerts by John Adam Horner, 110, 131
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 140
    • Nettleton, Len,
      • played Silas Simkins in 'Merrie England', 188a
      • played Walter Wilkins in 'Merrie England', 188b
      • photograph, 188b
    • Newland, Sir Henry Simpson,
      • appointed Chairman of Council of St Mark's College & to House & Finance Committee, 48
      • member of Medical Board, 64
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • appointed to Advisory Committee under Hospitals Act, 111
      • appointed an Honorary Surgeon, 126
      • photograph, 129
      • to deliver 1931 Halford Oration, 129
      • to travel to Canberra to deliver Halford Oration under auspices of Institute of Anatomy, 159
      • delivered the annual Halford Oration, 161
      • comments on Lord Moynihan's claim that surgery has almost reached its limit, 161
      • appointed Lecturer in Science & Art of Surgery, 163
      • photographed addressing a meeting of Australasian College of Surgeons, 190
    • Newman, Lolo,
      • Played at concerts by Elder students, 17, 88, 95
    • Nobel Literature Prize,
      • 1930 award to Sinclair Lewis, 92
    • Nobel Peace Prize,
      • proposals for candidates for 1931 prize to be made before February 1931, 93
      • 1929 award to F B Kellogg, 94
    • Nobel Prize for Physics,
      • 1930 award to Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, Professor of Physics at Calcutta University, 93
    • Northmore, John Alfred,
      • appointed Chief Justice of Western Australia, 150
      • put motion that fees be introduced at University of Western Australia, 150
      • sworn in as Administrator of Western Australia, 120
    • Nott, Dr Harry Carew,
      • appointed Tutor in Radiology, 163
  • O

    • Observatory,
      • University has agreed to take over control of Observatory, 97
      • Professor Kerr Grant appointed honorary associate astronomer, 9
    • Obstetrics, Chair of,
      • Dr Frank Sandland Hone on progress made on establishment of Chair of Obstetrics following a report by Dame Judith Campbell, 44
      • Sir William Mitchell argues for establishment of endowment fund for Chair of Obstetrics, 100
    • O'Connor, R J,
      • elected member of Men's Union committee, 107
    • O'Donnell, Dr J,
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
    • O'Grady, Maureen,
      • organ solo at Elder Students' concert, 65, 66
    • Oldham, Wilfrid,
      • awarded a Rockefeller Foundation Scholarship, 63
    • Olifent, H G,
      • address on 'Economic Disturbance & Efficiency' at Institute of Public Administration, 5
      • protests mechanical classification in paper on a classification plan at the Annual Conference of the South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
    • Oliphant, Dr Marcus Lawrence Elwin,
      • elected to a Messel Research Fellowship, 132, 144
      • visit to Adelaide, 138, 144
      • photograph, 141
      • on life and research at Cambridge University, 141
      • researching properties of atoms of matter which carry electrical charges, 141
      • criticism of quality of Australian produce on sale in England, 144
      • return to Cambridge University, 144
    • Oliphant, H,
      • photograph of Michael Isaac Glover Iliffe & H Oliphant testing a Geiger Muller electron counting tube to be used in experiments in penetrating radiation for the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187L
    • Osborn, Professor Theodore George Bentley,
      • photograph, 120
      • returns to Adelaide after study of growth of saltbush flora, 120, 121
    • Other universities,
      • obituary for Herbert James Priest, former staff member at Brisbane University, 95
      • photograph of Herbert James Priest, 95
  • P

    • Padman, W D,
      • elected a member of Men's Union committee, 107
    • Painter, Jean,
      • accompanist at an Elder pianoforte recital, 92
      • accompanist at Elder student concerts, 93, 140
    • Palaeontology, Study of,
      • Captain J K Davis dredged tiny shells of formaminifera during Sir Douglas Mawson's first Antarctic Expedition of 1911-1915, 187p
      • deep sea mud containing formaminifera & other organic life collected during Sir Douglas Mawson's second Antarctic Expedition, 187p
    • Paltridge, T C,
      • in charge of research laboratory established at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 14
    • Park, Mrs I,
      • speaker on domestic science at vocation conference arranged by Australian Federation of University Women, 139
    • Parsons, Harold Stephen,
      • performed in Elder String Quartet concerts, 5, 26, 60, 71, 84, 111, 117
      • photograph, 51
      • performance on 'Classical Hour' series broadcast over Radio 5CL, 51
      • performed at Elder staff concerts, 78, 121, 132, 146
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • member of Beethoven string quartet at the Elder chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Parsons, Hon Mr Justice Herbert Angas,
      • Proposed vote of thanks to Mrs Barr Smith for laying foundation stone of Barr Smith Library, 84
      • born in South Australia, 84
      • retired from Council, 156
      • elected Warden, 32, 94
      • presided at annual meeting of Senate, 94
      • bequest by the late Captain Ronald Lindsay Johnson of property in Adelaide to be applied towards reconstruction of anatomy building as recommended by Mr Justice Herbert Angas Parsons & Lisle Johnson, 38, 46
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57, 58
      • renominated for Warden of Senate, 93
      • attended 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96
      • short biography, 115
      • photographed in academic procession for Commemoration Day, 191
    • Parsons, Rex Whaddon,
      • lecturer in Electrical Engineering at the School of Mines & Industries working in England, 154
    • Parsons, Stephen,
      • reminiscences on brilliant students of University, 101
    • Patrick, Christobel,
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Patrick, F G,
      • Performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Paul, Gwen,
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 73, 115, 126, 140, 162
      • played at an Elder pianoforte recital, 92
      • accompanist at second of a series of midday free organ concerts by John Adam Horner, 110
      • accompanist at Elder student concert by advanced students of the Elder Conservatorium, 115
    • Paull, Alec Gordon,
      • elected a member Royal Society of South Australia, 5
    • Pearce, Doris,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 73
    • Pearce, George,
      • pianist at Elder staff concerts, 15, 63, 71, 78, 121, 132, 146
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 87
      • accompanist at opening concert of Elder season, 111
      • vocalist at concert of chamber music, 117
      • played at pianoforte concert by Elder staff covering syllabus of the Australian Music Examination Board, 118
      • demonstrated new technical requirements for University music examinations, 122
      • attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • accompanist at Elder chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Pearson, Mrs Eleanor,
      • photograph of woman who has willed her body for research purposes, 52
    • Pellew, L J T,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (Baseball), 81c
      • elected member of Men's Union committee, 107
    • Pennefather, Professor Frederick William,
      • first Professor of Law, 148
    • Penny, Kathleen,
      • vocalist at lunch hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 113
    • Pennycuick, Dr Stuart Wortley,
      • tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 42a, 42b, 42c
      • wrote introduction to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's book 'The Spirit of Research', 152
    • Pentelow, Edith May,
      • recommended for Joseph Fisher Medal for commerce (equal) with Dorothy Maud Wright, 34
      • awarded 1929 Joseph Fisher Medal (equal) with Dorothy Maud Wright, 38
    • Pharmacy, Study of,
      • four-year diploma course in Pharmacy approved by University of Adelaide & the Pharmacy Board, 45
      • Diploma of Pharmacy course to be approved by Council of Pharmaceutical Society, 45
      • Diploma of Pharmacy course approved by Council of Pharmaceutical Society, 46
      • proposed complete composite pharmacy course by arrangement with Pharmaceutical Society of South Australia, 70
      • lecturers include Professor Alexander Killen Macbeth, Dr William Ternent Cooke, Dr J E G Davies & E F Gryst, 70
      • high cost of pharmacy course out of proportion to those charged for other courses, 91
    • Phillips, Sir Herbert,
      • to address at the annual preliminary meeting of economic students & lecturers, 51
    • Phillips, Walter Ross,
      • was in charge of Law School for 7 years (1882-1889), 148
    • Phillipson, Professor Coleman,
      • fourth Professor of Law, 148
    • Physics, Study of,
      • use of gauges and other measuring devices at free public demonstration, 53
      • measurement of time at free public demonstration by Professor Kerr Grant, 54
    • Piper, Gordon Rudolph,
      • death of 1928 Lowrie Scholar & Commonwealth Agricultural Research Scholar, 65
      • awarded studentship by Trustees of the Science & Industry Endowment Fund, 49
    • Pitt, Barbara,
      • speaker on engineering & architecture at vocation conference arranged by Australian Federation of University Women, 139
      • awarded an evening studentship (Engineering), 106
    • Polkinghorne, Miss K,
      • woman student representative (Arts) on the Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Polson, Reginald Alexander,
      • appointment with Swedish General Electric Company in Sweden, 67
    • Pomroy, Dr Harry Roy,
      • appointed an Honorary Clinical Assistant to Surgical Section, 133
    • Poole, Rev Frederick Slaney,
      • articles on 'The University Commemoration - Then & Now', 39, 40
      • photograph, 127
      • brief biography, 127
      • knew Horace Lamb in England, 131
    • Porter, Harold,
    • Porter, Rita,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 126
    • Postgraduate Studies,
      • Aberdeen, Blue Funnel, Orient & Peninsular and Orient Steamship Companies grant of 3 first-class return passages per annum to Adelaide students who continue post-graduate study abroad, 41, 104
      • most postgraduate studies are undertaken at either Waite Agricultural Research Institute or at North Terrace Campus, 144
    • Postle, Rev Dr Herbert Thomas,
      • admitted to Bar of Supreme Court of Tasmania, 12
    • Practice of Music Scholarship,
      • 1930 award to Dorothy Loueen Guthrie, 95
    • Preedy, Winifred Edna,
      • elected member of Women Graduates' Association, 29
    • Prescot, Rupert Warren,
      • Awarded 1930 David Murray Scholarship in Classics, 97
    • Prescott, Professor James Arthur,
      • trip with Acting Professor Cecil Thomas Madigan to Lake Eyre for tests, 27
      • work for Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 37, 45
      • on 'Soil Research in relation to the Citrus Industry' at Mildura, 46
      • co-operation with Dr Teakle of Perth to make soil survey more effective, 48, 50
      • completed soil surveys in Renmark, Swan Hill, River Murray swamps, 48
      • CSIRO & University agree to establish division of soils research with Professor James Arthur Prescott in charge, 54
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • involved in establishing of soil research centre, 81
      • to examine soils on King Island, 95
      • returns from Murrumbidgee Irrigation area, 111
      • photograph, 120
      • biography, 120
      • on necessity of accurate soil analysis prior to settlement schemes, 122
      • prepared a vegetation map of Australia & a map showing principal soil zones, 122
      • published bulletin on 'The Soils of Australia in Relation to Vegetation & Climate', 128
      • published bulletin on a soil survey in swamps of Lower Murray, 128
      • attended unveiling of bronze memorial to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • awarded H G Smith Memorial Medal, 151, 154
      • elected a Vice-President of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Price, Archibald Grenfell,
      • book on early pioneers & founders of South Australia by Master of St Mark's College, 34
      • present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • Master of St Mark's College favours permitting liquor at special functions, 62
      • returns from Brisbane where he delivered Macrossan Memorial Lecture on the 'History of the Northern Territory', 81
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
      • gave address at Workers' Educational Association annual break-up, 90
      • published Macrossan lectures on 'The History and Problems of the Northern Territory, Australia', 96
      • presided at Graduates' Union lunch for new graduates, 96
      • invited to deliver John Murtagh Macrossan Lecture in University of Queensland, 97
      • supported comments made by E Stokes, Headmaster of Queen's College on crippling effect of examination system on education, 98
      • comments on public examination system, 99
      • on Australia's inflation crisis and warning lessons from Germany, 102
      • representative of graduates on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • retired from Council, 156
      • presents Annual Report of St Mark's College to Council, 163
      • advocates women's organisations support economic expert's plan for Australia's finances, 168h
    • Prider, Jack,
      • vocalist in 'Maritana', 103
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 126
      • vocalist at organ recital by John Adam Horner, 134
      • cast member in 'Maritana', 170b, 170e, 170f1
    • Priest, Herbert James,
      • obituary for 1899 Hartley Student, Edward Spice Scholar & former staff member at Adelaide & Brisbane Universities, 95
      • photograph, 95
      • death mourned at Commemoration ceremony, 97
    • Prince, Kathleen,
      • vocalist at organ recital by John Adam Horner, 138
    • Prince, Muriel,
      • accompanist at Elder student concert, 17
    • Prix Hunbert-Marie Jose,
      • International Institute of Agriculture of Rome to issue Agricultural Economy Prize, 113
    • Prizes & Awards,
      • offer by Messrs Hoffman, La Roche & Co to establish annual prize for pharmacology with the right to study free of charge at their research laboratories at Basle, 96, 97
      • government bursaries tenable at Adelaide, 125
      • government scholarships & studentships tenable at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 125
      • Advanced School for Girls' Old Scholars' Association proposed establishment of University prize, 147
    • Professors,
      • professors of political science, law, history & philosophy qualified to propose candidates for Nobel Peace Prize, 29
      • appointment of Professor Leslie Galfried Melville as Professor of Economics, 37
      • professors on establishment, 39, 40
      • professorships named in honour of early benefactors, 39, 40
      • Dr Herbert John Wilkinson appointed Elder Professor of Anatomy & Histology, 48, 49, 50, 51
      • photograph of Dr Herbert John Wilkinson, 51
      • Sir Charles James Martin appointed Professor of Biochemistry, 87
      • new Bachelor of Economics & Bachelor of Science in Forestry degrees will not necessitate additional appointments, 95
      • problem of attracting scholars of highest qualifications to professorships in Australia, 142
      • Charles Reynolds Hodge on 'Professors & Their Ways', 147, 148
      • Horace Lamb, Ralph Tate, Rev Henry Read & Rev John Davidson were Adelaide's first four professors, 147
    • Psychology, Study of,
      • doctor's opinion of the intelligence of average man, 1, 4, 7
    • Public Administration, Study of,
      • establishment of Diploma in Public Administration & Finance, 37, 46
      • Council of Institute of Public Administration to consider applications for scholarships from public servants, 112
      • night scholarships for study of Public Administration for 1931 awarded by Council, 121
      • Diploma in Public Administration available at Adelaide, 140
    • Public Lectures,
      • weekly series of physics demonstrations gratis to the public by Professor Kerr Grant, 53, 54
      • winter syllabus announced, 58
      • Professor Kerr Grant & Roy Stanley Burdon provide proof that Earth rotates, 61
      • 'The Problems of Cancer' by Dr Alfred Austin Lendon, 67
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson on 'The Ocean - the Mother of Life', 71
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson on the Formation of the Ocean Bed, Life, Currents & Temperatures, 72
      • Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston on 'Plant & Animal Life in the Ocean', 73
      • public demonstrations on electrons by Professor Kerr Grant & Roy Stanley Burdon, 86
      • details of a series of nine public lectures given by Registrar, Frederick William Eardley, 117
      • Professor Herbert John Wilkinson on ' Architecture of the Brain', 121
      • Albert Ernest Maldon Kirwood on poet John Donne, 126
      • Professor Robert William Chapman on 'The Sydney Bridge', 127, 128
      • Professor D P Copland on the Central Banking System, 128, 129
      • Cecil Thomas Madigan on 'Geological Exploration of Central Australia', 138
      • photograph taken during a public lecture of Professor Kerr Grant demonstrating with the aid of a gyroscope that the earth revolves, 185
    • Publications,
      • editorship of 'Varsity Ragge' by student of St Mark's College, 99
      • Eric William Gray, 1932 Rhodes scholar, sub-editor of University Magazine, 161
      • Eric William Gray, joint editor of University paper 'The Ragge', 161
    • Puddy, Albert F,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Puddy, Betty,
      • soloist at Elder concert, 61, 62
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 140
      • an Associate in Music for 1931 introduced to Vice-Chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Puddy, Maude Mary,
      • instrumentalist at Elder concert, 58
      • pianist at Elder staff concerts, 60, 63, 78, 95, 117, 121
      • performance at a concert by staff of the Elder Conservatorium, 146
      • sent floral tribute to funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • pianist at Elder music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Pulleine, Dr Robert Henry,
      • return from representing College of Surgeons of Australasia at Pan-Pacific Surgical Conference, 27
      • visited research institutes in California & Arizona where he obtained seeds of American desert plants which are to be used for experimentation by Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 27
      • special study of fodder plants for dry areas on a visit to Arizona, 27
      • pallbearer for Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43
      • member of party to study Australian Aborigines in Central Australia, 74
      • member of party to study physical & physiological features of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136, 146
      • spoke to meeting of Anthropological Society of research work on Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
    • Purnell, H F,
      • opposed to imposition of duty on imported books and printed matter, 52, 53, 59
      • photograph, 53
    • Purnell, Rutherford,
      • On committee to take action over Federal Government's decision not grant any exemptions on impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books & periodicals, 157
    • Purton, Rev Bro David Gabriel,
      • discusses Sir William Mitchell's comments on relevance of University to the people of South Australia, 144, 145
      • photograph, 145
  • R

    • Raftery, John A,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Engineering), 106
    • Ramsey, Lawrence,
      • vocalist at concert by Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra, 93
    • Rankin, Mervyn Alexander,
      • Council adopted reports on Master of Science thesis, 156
    • Rau, A,
      • Museum staff member of party of scientists to study physical & physiological features of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • responsible for collecting & taxidermy during study of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 142
    • Ray, Dr William,
      • retirement from Council, 22
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 29
      • 1907 Rhodes Scholar, 31
      • elected to Council, 32, 33
    • Ray, Dr William,
      • gift of apparatus to the physics department, 78
      • appointed an Honorary Physician, 126
      • appointed Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, 163
      • 1907 Rhodes Scholar a practising doctor in Adelaide, 103
      • appointed to Advisory Committee under Hospitals Act, 111
    • Ray, William Robert,
      • outstanding achievement for a St Mark's College student, 99
    • Rayner, Howard Luscombe,
      • 1916 Rhodes Scholar, 31
    • Read, Professor Rev Henry,
      • Adelaide's first Professor of Classics, 39, 147
    • Reed, Geoffrey Sandford,
      • appointed Lecturer in Private International Law, 163
      • appointed Lecturer in Law of Evidence & Procedure, 163
    • Reed, Rev Thomas Thornton,
      • resignation of resident tutor of St Mark's College, 163
      • appointed junior chaplain of Melbourne Grammar School, 163
      • admitted Master of Arts - ad eundem gradum, 38
    • Registrar,
      • Frederick William Eardley toured university buildings, 3
      • Frederick William Eardlely, photographs, 3, 177
      • Frederick William Eardley represented University at funeral of William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • Frederick William Eardley said that Board of Examiners to be informed criticism of examiners who take examination questions from books other than the set text book, 30
      • Frederick William Eardley granted permission to take a holiday in 1929, 38, 45
      • great debt of obligation to first Registrar, Dr William Barlow, 39
      • Albert William Bampton appointed Acting Registrar, 50, 58
      • Frederick William Eardley leaves Adelaide, 51
      • photograph of Albert William Bampton, Acting Registrar, 58
      • Frederick William Eardley to return during December 1932, 81c
      • Acting Registrar, A W Bampton attended 1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96
      • Frederick William Eardley returns to Adelaide, 96
      • Frederick William Eardley’s claims for progressiveness of University of Adelaide, 98
      • comments on overseas universities by Frederick William Eardley, 98
      • Frederick William Eardley & Mrs Hilda Cesina Franziska Eardley return to Adelaide, 99
      • memories of complaints of escaped sulphuretted hydrogen in lectures by William Barlow, 112
      • Frederick William Eardley addressed Legacy Club on progressiveness of Adelaide, 112
      • holds the particulars of International Agricultural Economy Prize, 113
      • Frederick William Eardley announced series of nine public lectures, 117
      • Frederick William Eardley a member of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • photograph of Charles Reynolds Hodge, 147
      • Charles Reynolds Hodge on 'Professors & Their Ways', 147, 148
      • Frederick William Eardley on Perth University Senate's decision not to charge fees for attendance at lectures, 150
      • Frederick William Eardley attended funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
      • Frederick William Eardley on number of dental students at Adelaide & Melbourne, 152
    • Reid, Dr W L,
      • appointed Resident Medical Officer, 133
    • Reid, Dr William Lister,
      • registered as legally qualified medical practitioner in South Australia, 140
    • Reid, Mrs Gilmore,
      • speaker on massage & physical instruction at women’s vocation conference, 139
    • Reimann, Immanuel Gotthold,
      • pianist at concert by staff of the Elder Conservatorium, 15
      • series of pianoforte recitals by his students, 24, 88, 92
      • G de Cairos-Rego visited I M Reimann and Elder staff members to discuss forming a Musical Association in South Australia, 39
      • presided at meeting of music teachers about forming Musical Association of South Australia, 64
      • acting director of Elder Conservatorium while Professor Edward Harold Davie away, 84
      • will play at concert by staff covering syllabus of Australian Music Examination Board, 118
      • spoke on new technical requirements for University music examinations, 121
      • founded Adelaide College of Music. Role of Cecil James Sharp in foundation denied, 161
    • Rennie Memorial Medal,
      • awarded to Rupert Jethro Best, 164
    • Rennie Scholarship for Research in Chemistry,
      • new statute proposed by Professor Robert William Chapman after ₤320 was subscribed to found a research scholarship to preserve memory of Professor Edward Henry Rennie, 94
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart on suitable memorial at University, 38
      • subscription by friends to establish memorial scholarship for research in chemistry, 96, 97
      • first Professor of Chemistry at Adelaide, 148
    • Renou, Jean,
      • accompanist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 65, 95
    • Research,
      • applications sought for research grants from the Trustees of the Commonwealth Science & Industry Endowment Fund, 1, 5
      • Carnegie Corporation scheme for establishment of an Institute for Research in Education in each Australian state, 10
      • land at Koonamore Station presented by Mrs Hamilton Wilcox to University for experimental purposes, 14
      • research laboratory established at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 14
      • research at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve in conjunction with Commonwealth Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, 14
      • regeneration of salt-bush flora at Koonamore Vegetation Reserve, 14
      • proposed erection of laboratories & administration block for Council of Scientific & Industrial Research in Canberra for economic botany & economic entomology research, 17
      • Dr Robert Henry Pulleine visited research institutes in California & Arizona, 27
      • need for entomology studies in Australian universities, 29
      • W R Dewell, Chief Research Chemist in Victorian Department of Agriculture, visited Waite Agricultural Research Institute's new laboratory, 29
      • permanent disc record made of aboriginal songs recorded by Professor Edward Harold Davies during expeditions to Central Australia, 34
      • new plant culture houses & insectary at Waite Agricultural Research Institute to research minimising toll by insect & fungus pests, 36, 37, 38, 39
      • experiments on insect pest eradication at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 38, 39
      • experiments on best cultural methods to maximise crop yields at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 38, 39
      • visit by Senator J J Daly to Waite Agricultural Research Institute and an inspection of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on animal nutrition, 40
      • 'Oceania' to publish research on native peoples, languages & cultures in Australia, New Guinea & Melanesia, 41
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on life and growth, 42a, 42b, 42c, 43
      • extension of Professor J A Prescott’s research in division of animal nutrition of Commonwealth Council for Scientific & Industrial Research with fodder plants & sheep foodstuffs, 46
      • reception for British, Australian & New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition to Antarctic led by Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 55, 56
      • request for funds to purchase radium for measurement with the Steele-Grant Balance, 63
      • value of pasture plants & top-dressing with artificial fertilizers to increase carrying capacity of pasture lands, 64
      • expedition to study Aborigines in Central Australia, 72
      • Professor Stapledon praises Waite Agricultural Research Institute's work on pastures, 72
      • grants available to experienced scientific researchers from Science and Industry Endowment Fund, 74
      • scientific party to study Australian Aborigines in Central Australia, 74
      • opening of John Darling Laboratory, a soil research centre, 81, 81a, 82
      • Professors Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson & James Arthur Prescott's involvement in establishing of soil research centre at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 81
      • Pastoral Research Fund's donation for pastoral research in Australia to be subsidised by Imperial Government, 83
      • experiments in extraction of gold from sea water, 86
      • results of expedition to study aborigines & aboriginal songs to be presented at meeting, 87
      • preparations for departure of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Expedition, 88, 89, 92, 93
      • success of experiments into value of nitrogenous fertilisers on cereal & other crops merits another grant in aid by the Imperial Chemical Industries of Australia & New Zealand, 93
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson announces that apparatus to be set up on 'The Discovery' for investigating penetrating rays emitted by sun, 93
      • lower grants predicted for Imperial Scientific bodies, 94
      • research, farewell messages to Sir Douglas Mawson, leader of Antarctic Research Expedition, and from him, 94
      • subscription by friends of late Professor Edward Henry Rennie for memorial scholarship for research in chemistry, 96, 97
      • Messrs Hoffman, La Roche & Co to establish an annual prize for pharmacology with right to study free of charge at their research laboratories at Basle, 96, 97
      • work of anti-cancer research committee to combat or alleviate cancer, 97
      • cancer research at Adelaide Hospital with installation of a deep x-ray therapy apparatus & access to radium, 97
      • cancer research by Dr Florance McCoy Hill at Darling Laboratory, 97
      • Professor Kerr Grant to devise plant for drawing off radium emanations for medical use, 97
      • Frederick William Eardley claims that University of Adelaide is as progressive as those in Britain & Continent especially in agricultural research, 98
      • praise by Imperial Wool Research Conference for research at Animal Nutrition Laboratory at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 99
      • Council to control a trust for scientific research from estate of Georgia Maud Dowling, 100, 101, 162
      • invention of a stomach camera which is ingested and takes photographs of interior of human body, 101
      • trustees of Commonwealth Science & Industry Endowment Fund invites applications for two senior research studentships (plant genetics & Plant Physiology), 102
      • effects of a Pre Cambrian ice age on South Australia, 103
      • Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research at Animal Nutrition Laboratory, 103
      • Sir Charles James Martin's research for improvement of Australian wool, 103
      • Hedley Ralph Marston on research for improvement of Australian Merino wool, 104
      • Professor Sir Douglas Mawson on fishing grounds, water analysis, exploration on land and sea during second expedition in Antarctic seas, 109
      • Federal Government cuts grant for Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 114, 115
      • reduction in Federal government expenditure on scientific research, 115
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn’s study of saltbush flora, 120, 121
      • role of Darling & Melrose Laboratories in research on chemical constituents of soil, fertilising problems & analysis of pastures, 122
      • scientists from Adelaide Museum & University to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 129, 136
      • research on Henbury Station meteorite craters may be available to British Association for the Advancement of Science meetings in London, 135
      • Dr Marcus Lawrence Elwin Oliphant researching properties of atoms of matter which carry electrical charges, 141
      • Australian National Research Council through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to cover expenses for anthropological expedition for scientific investigation of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek in Central Australia, 142
      • Messrs A E Hamilton & Wilcox enabled University to establish a 1,500 reserve at Koonamore for the study of arid flora, 145
      • exhibition of plaster casts of faces of Central Australian Aborigines obtained during scientific investigation of Aborigines of Cockatoo Creek, 145
      • Council of Scientific & Industrial Research to ascertain nutritive value of various foods for sheep, 146
      • problems over continued printing of records of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's 1911-14 Australian Antarctic Expedition, 150
      • account given to meeting of Anthropological Society of research work on Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
      • Dr Reginald Francis Matters conducted research at Melbourne University & Melbourne Hospital, 157
      • Australian & British researchers combining to solve dairying grasslands problems peculiar to each country, 159
      • Rennie Memorial Medal awarded to Rupert Jethro Best, 164
      • records from Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's 1929 Antarctic expedition to be published through generosity of Mr MacRobertson, 164
      • experiments at Waite Agricultural Research Institute with a rye-wheat hybrid discovered at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 167
      • effect of government decision to reduce funds to Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 168l, 168m
      • photograph of Waite Agricultural Research Institute experiments to grow linseed profitably in South Australia, 169
      • since first meeting of British Association for the Advancement of Science there have been discoveries in Darwinian theory, astronomy & nature of the atom, 169e
      • photograph of Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson explaining results of experiments with grasses & fodders, 177
      • concluding article by Professor Kerr Grant on wireless - experiments, 181a
      • fourth article by Professor Kerr Grant on wireless, merits of the short wave length, 181b
      • third article by Professor Kerr Grant on wireless, discoveries which led to the perfecting of thermionic valve, 181c
      • first article by Professor Kerr Grant on wireless - earliest discoveries, work of Faraday, Maxwell & Hertz, 181d
      • second article by Professor Kerr Grant on wireless, Marconi contribution, 181e
      • photograph taken during physics lecture using a Kater's Reversible Pendulum and Guinea & Feather experiment to show that a heavy body & feather fall at same rate, 185
      • Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition ship 'Discovery II' departs London, 187a, 187e, 187f
      • sea floor charted during Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition, 187e, 187f, 187h
      • meteorological investigations by Sir Douglas Mawson's Second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187f, 187r
      • research work on character of sea water at various depths by Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187f
      • Professor Thomas Harvey Johnston returned from Antarctic with 30-40 tons of specimens of marine life for research purposes, 187f, 187j, 187k
      • observations by Sir Douglas Mawson on Penguin sanctuaries on Macquarie Island, 187h, 187i, 187j, 187k
      • Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition departs Hobart, 187L
      • photograph of Michael Isaac Glover Iliffe & H Oliphant testing a Geiger Muller electron counting tube to be used in experiments in penetrating radiation by BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187L
      • second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition's contribution to geographical, meteorological & other branches of science, 187q
      • data relating to temperatures, chemical characteristics, current movements & marine life accumulated during BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187r
    • Research Organisations,
      • gift by Lady Syme to Royal Australasian College of Surgeons for research endowment fund in memory of Sir George Syme, 100
      • Centenary of British Association for Advancement of Science, 169e
    • Residential Colleges,
      • bequest by Harold Fisher to St Mark's College for founding scholarship or scholarships of any nature, 16
      • impossible to have residential colleges sited on campus, 24
      • academic distinction by members of St Mark's College, 34
      • record number of students at St Marks, 48
      • appointments to Council of St Mark's College, 48
      • Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong was member of St Mark's College Council, 80
      • Brian Gilmore Maegraith, a former Fisher Scholar at St Mark's College, awarded 1931 Rhodes Scholarship, 95, 96
      • Brian Gilmore Maegraith was tutor in botany & zoology at St Mark's College, 95
      • Master of St Mark's College, Archibald Grenfell Price, to deliver John Murtagh Macrossan Lecture at University of Queensland, 97
      • Master of St Mark's College, Archibald Grenfell Price supports comments on crippling effect of examination system, 98
      • report on 1930 academic year at St Mark's College, 99
    • Reynell, Walter Rupert,
      • 1906 Rhodes Scholar, 31
    • Reynolds, John Heywood,
      • 1929 Rhodes Scholar recently gone to Oxford, 31
      • 1929 Rhodes Scholar a member of St Mark's College, 34
    • Rhodes Scholarships,
      • gift of letters by Cecil Rhodes presented to Rhodes House, 10
      • list of Rhodes Scholars for South Australia from 1904 to 1929 inclusive, 31
      • 1924 Rhodes Scholar, Dr Donald James Robert Sumner says extra money provided to scholarship holders helps them fulfil their obligations, 34
      • Dr J C V Behan, Australian Secretary of Rhodes Trust Committee reports on developments overseas, 75
      • meetings of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, 84, 94, 95
      • delay in announcement of new Rhodes Scholar, 86, 87
      • members of Selection Committees, 86, 87, 159
      • formation of Australian Rhodes Scholars' Association proposed, 103
      • careers of ten of South Australia's Rhodes Scholars, 103
      • establishment of Rhodes Scholarship system, 103
      • financial hardships of Rhodes Scholars, 118
      • photograph of Rhodes Scholarship Committee, 177
    • Richards, Dudley Lewis,
      • seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Richardson, Miss P,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue (W Hockey), 81c
    • Richardson, Professor Arnold Edwin Victor,
      • Pall bearer for William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • photographs, 12, 34, 45, 58, 72, 82, 177, 190, 191, 192, 193
      • on 'production of new crop varieties & measures adopted by scientists', 12
      • on 'The Need for Increased Efficiency in Wheat Production', 19
      • advised Dr Robert Henry Pulleine to study fodder plants for dry areas in Arizona, 27
      • potential of new plant culture houses & insectary at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 36, 38, 39
      • in demand to work for Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 37
      • pallbearer at funeral of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 43
      • paper on 'Pasture Improvement & Sheep Diseases', 45
      • consulted over appointment of new Chair of bio-Chemistry & Physiology, 48
      • to attend Melbourne meeting of Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 50, 57
      • to attend opening of first portion of science block at Canberra, 50
      • at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57, 58
      • spoke of progress in feeding, breeding, soil and productivity at foundation stone laying, 58
      • on primary production as a pillar of prosperity, 64
      • inspected dairy farms in NSW at Grafton, 64
      • work on pastures praised by Professor Stapledon, 72
      • helped establish soil research centre at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 81
      • elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • welcomed back to the Registrar, Frederick William Eardley and his wife, 99
      • welcomed Dr A.C.D. Rivett, 99
      • appointed to government committee to look at cutting costs in irrigation and soldier settlement schemes, 99
      • Waite Agricultural Research Institute a model for others to emulate, 99
      • conducted a tour of Waite Agricultural Research Institute by members of Federal Public Accounts Committee, 101
      • to give evidence to Federal Public Accounts Committee on disabilities suffered by South Australian under Federation, 101
      • on increased costs imposed on farmers especially cost of farm machinery, 110
      • claimed Australia led world in dry land farming, 110
      • delegate at the Centenary Conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science & the British Universities' Conference in London, 112
      • mention of his research on analysis of pasture, 122
      • reappointed member of Advisory Board of Agriculture, 132
      • attended unveiling of bronze memorial tablet to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • previously employed in Victoria, 146
    • Riedel, Meta,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 162
    • Rivett, Dr A C D,
      • photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
      • in Adelaide to discuss a successor for late Professor T Brailsford Robertson as Chief of Animal Nutrition Division of CSIR, 44, 45
      • on wool production and research in animal nutrition, 99
      • enthusiasm for Animal Nutrition Laboratory, 103
      • appreciated for gift to enable publication of records of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson's 1929 Antarctic expedition, 164
    • Roach, B S,
      • elected Treasurer of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
    • Robertson, Enid,
      • has free passage to continue Music studies in Great Britain, 74
    • Robertson, MacPherson,
      • photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
      • generous contributor to Antarctic expeditions, 187k
      • attended special meeting of Antarctic Expedition Committee, 187m
      • photograph of members of the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
      • guarantees £6,000 for BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187r
    • Robertson, Professor Thorburn Brailsford,
      • editorial on the Functions of Science, 6
      • photographs, 9, 41, 152
      • on hand-feeding of sheep during drought, 9
      • work on animal nutrition for the Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 37
      • Senator J J Daly visits Waite Agricultural Research Institute & inspects Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on animal nutrition, 40
      • obituary, 41, 42a, 42b, 42c, 43, 44, 45
      • instrumental in formation of Graduates' Association, 42a, 42b, 42c
      • research on life & growth & discovery of Tethelin, 43
      • research for the pastoral Industry, 43
      • use of insulin for treatment of diabetes, 42a, 42b, 42c, 43
      • author of books for children, 42a, 42b, 42c, 43
      • achievements of Past President of Graduates' Association, 96
      • untimely death, 97
      • praise for work on animal nutrition, 99
      • research with Animal Nutrition Laboratory, 103
      • his plan of research for animal nutrition to take several years to complete, 104
      • Professor Sir Charles James Martin's tribute to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 106
      • student paper had been assessed by Professor Sir Charles James Martin, 114
      • world-wide fame for, 116
      • bronze memorial tablet in entrance of Animal Nutrition building, 144
      • Professor of Biochemistry & General Physiology, 148
      • publication of book 'The Spirit of Research', 152
      • book and journal publications, 152
      • editorial on work of, 153
    • Robin, Rowland Cuthbert,
      • appointed Lecturer & Demonstrator in Engineering, 39
    • Robinson, Sir Roy Lister,
      • 1905 Rhodes Scholar is with British Forestry Commission, 31
      • appointed Commissioner of Forestry in London, 119
      • knighted, 127
    • Robinson, Sir William,
      • interest & influence of Governor of South Australia in founding of School of Music, 148
    • Roby Fletcher Prize,
      • V Gaetjens, Roby Fletcher prize winner awarded Catherine Helen Spencs Scholarship, 31
      • John Frederick Ward appointed Headmaster of Prince Alfred College, 1
    • Rockefeller Foundation,
      • financed expedition to study Aborigines of Central Australia, 2
      • supported Professor Edward Harold Davies in researching aboriginal songs, 1
    • Roennfeldt, Clifford,
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 58
      • performed at Elder student concert at annual Nunc Dimitis, 95
      • member of piano quartet at Elder student concerts, 73, 115
      • cello soloist at Elder student concert, 140
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concert, 65, 66
      • performed at Elder advanced student concert, 87
      • member of Brahms Piano Quartet at Elder student concert, 162
    • Rofe, Joyce,
      • vocalist at organ recital by John Adam Horner, 115
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 126, 140
    • Rogers, Dr R S,
      • member of Medical Board, 64
    • Rogers, R S,
      • reappointed Member of Board of Governors of the Public Library, Art Gallery & Museum, 86
    • Rolland, Dr James Alexander,
      • appointed an Honorary Clinical Assistant, 126
    • Rose Grainger Orchestral Fund,
      • endowment fund started by Percy Grainger administered by University, 61
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • Professor John Daniel Custance appointed Professor of Agriculture in 1881, 115
      • government scholarships & studentships tenable at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 125
      • seven students have been beneficiaries of disbursements made by the Soldiers' Children Education Board (SA), 158
      • experiments at Waite Agricultural Research Institute with a rye-wheat hybrid discovered at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 167
    • Rossiter, Dr James Leonard,
      • appointed Headmaster of Wesley College, Perth, 41
    • Roupell, Arthur Norton,
      • obituary, 127
      • replaces as member of the Educational Committee of the SA Group of the Institute of Public Administration, 132
    • Rudall, Reginald John,
      • member of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for 1931 award, 95
      • 1908 Rhodes Scholar is a lawyer at Gawler, 31, 103
      • member of Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for 1933 award, 159
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committee, 86, 87
    • Russell, Dr Herbert Henry Ernest,
      • member of Medical Board, 64
    • Russell, Dr Walter Henry,
      • obituary, 92
    • Russell, Miss J,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 17
    • Ryan, Francis James,
      • graduated MB, BS, 67
  • S

    • SA Public Teachers' Union,
      • annual conference condemns Education Department cuts, 176c, 176x
      • criticism of proposed closing of high schools, 176e
    • Salmond, Professor Sir John William,
      • second Professor of Law, 148
    • Samuel, Geoffrey,
      • to attend Fifth International Botanical Conference at Cambridge, 65
      • to study plant disease problems in America, 65
      • published bulletin on 'Tomato Diseases in South Australia & how to Control them, with special reference to Glasshouse Tomato Culture', 119
      • spoke to people of Pinnaroo on his recent trip to America and research on tomato wilt, 140
    • Sanders, L,
      • vocalist at second performance by Elder Conservatorium opera class, 74
    • Sangster, Christopher Bagot,
      • Awarded1930 Dr Davies-Thomas Scholarship (third examination), 97
      • Awarded 1931 Everard Scholarship, 162
      • elected member of Union committee, 107
      • Vice-President of Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • men student representative (Medicine) on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • unsuccessful candidate for 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 159
    • Schapel, Beatrice,
      • soloist at Elder student concert, 73
      • performed at pianoforte recital by advanced Elder students, 88
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 162
    • Schilsky, Charles,
      • examination tour of Australian on behalf of Trinity College of Music, London, 54
      • obituaries, 151
      • photograph, 151
      • funeral, 151
      • Elder Conservatorium chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Scholarships,
      • doctors, lawyers & other professionals were frequently in receipt of bursuries, scholarships or exhibitions and did not pay university tuition fees as did student teachers, 59, 60
      • subscription by friends of late Professor Edward Henry Rennie to establish a memorial scholarship for research in chemistry, 96, 97
      • trustees of Commonwealth Science & Industry Endowment Fund invites applications for two senior research studentships (plant genetics & Plant Physiology), 102
      • night scholarships for study of Public Administration for 1931 awarded by Council, 121
      • annual exhibitions & government bursaries paying fees to university, 154
      • South Australian branch of League of the Empire to establish a prize or scholarship in memory of Madeline Rees George to be known as M Rees George Memorial, 158
    • Schulz, Dr Adolf John,
      • delegate at Melbourne meeting of Australian Council of Educational Research, 48
    • Science in Forestry, Bachelor of,
      • new degree will not necessitate additional professors or lecturers, 95
    • Science, Study of,
      • papers on overseas settlement, unemployment, better organisation in agriculture & racial progress at conference of British Association for Advancement of Science, 169a
      • papers on man's evolution, future of world population & birth control at conference of British Association for Advancement of Science, 169b
    • Scott, Dr Malcolm Leslie,
      • death of lecturer in surgical anatomy, 157
    • Scott, Dr N L,
      • appointed an Honorary Surgeon, 126
    • Scott, R M,
      • engineer influential in Australian development, 119
    • Secondary Education,
      • its high cost has outstripped the growth of population in South Australia, 17, 18
      • Professor Kerr Grant criticises existing secondary education system, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30
      • Harry Lancelot Ward on Professor Kerr Grant's criticism, 26, 28
      • Cyril Michael Ward on Professor Kerr Grant's criticism, 28, 30
      • C M Ward cites William Tyler McCoy on value of secondary education, 28
      • criticism of physics leaving examination paper, 30, 34
      • criticism of intermediate geography paper, 30
      • criticism of examiners who take examination questions from books other than set text, 30
      • criticism of 1929 Leaving English examination, 34
      • criticism of 1929 Leaving Honours Maths II examination, 34
      • criticism off 1929 Intermediate Botany examination, 34
      • Professor Edward Harold Davies on 'Some Thoughts on Education', 73
      • editorial comments on importance of education, 75
      • annual conference for teachers, 75
      • questions in Parliament over high cost of education and proposal to charge parents whose children attend government high schools, 80
      • concern over low pass rate in an English examination, 83
      • concern over possibility of greater severity in marking, 94
      • Mr E Stokes, Headmaster of Queen's College comments on crippling effect of examination system on true education, 98
      • complaints about questions in Intermediate & Leaving French examinations, 99
      • F R Forgan on criticism of high cost of secondary education & scholarships, 119
      • C M Ward, Vice-Principal of Adelaide High School, on secondary education, 125
      • Parliamentary discussion on charging of fees for disadvantaged children for public examinations, 145
      • concern of charging of fees for disadvantaged children for public examinations, 146
      • opening of an agricultural training school at Urrbrae, 163
      • William James Adey, Director of Education & Albert Ernest Maldon Kirwood on presentation of public examinations, 163
      • periodical discussion on present system of public examinations, 111, 164
      • comments by John Frederick Ward and Professor Sir William Mitchell on discussion of present system of public examinations, 164
      • comments by H L Ward on benefits of Public Examination system, 164, 165
    • Segnit, Ralph Walter,
      • elected Secretary of Royal Society of South Australia, 154
      • critical of Federal Government decision to impose heavier primage & sales tax on books, 155
      • appointed Assistant Government Geologist by Executive Council, 111
    • Senate,
      • Frederick William Eardley represented University at funeral of William Tyler McCoy, 9
      • meeting to elect two representatives on Public Library Board, 19
      • amendments to statutes & regulations regarding Tinline Scholarships, various degree & diploma courses, 29, 32
      • annual elections, 29, 32
      • one nomination for vacancy on Council is that of Professor Kerr Grant, 57
      • Warden of Senate present at laying of foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57, 58
      • Professor Kerr Grant elected to Senate, 58
      • Warden of Senate proposed vote of thanks to Mrs Barr Smith at laying of foundation stone of Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
      • Nominations for Senate elections, 93
      • approval of regulations for Ordinary & Honours Degrees of Bachelor of Economics, 94
      • approval of regulations providing for prize for best South Australian candidate who passes as an executant with credit or honours in Licentiate Examination (Music), 94
      • annual meeting, 94
      • new statute proposed by Professor Robert William Chapman after ₤320 subscribed to found research scholarship in memory of Professor Edward Henry Rennie, 94
      • clause added to regulations for Degree of Master of Arts, 94
      • new degree of Bachelor of Economics approved, 94
      • clause for Bachelor of Science in Forestry introduced by Professor Kerr Grant, 94
      • Professor John Raymond Wilton stated that there would be both Ordinary & Honours degrees of Bachelor of Economics, 94
      • Archdeacon George Henry Farr re-elected Warden, 109
      • Senate attendance at 1931 Commemoration Ceremony, 162
      • photograph of members of Senate proceeding to Elder Hall, 191
    • Seppelt, I H,
      • elected member of Union committee, 107
      • student representative on Union Committee in 1931-1932, 120
    • Sharp, Cecil James,
      • biography to be written on founder of Government House Choral Society & co-founder of Adelaide College of Music, 161
      • conductor of Adelaide Philharmonic Society, 161
    • Sharpe, E J,
      • member of University Engineers' Gliding Club who constructed primary glider, 186a, 186b
    • Sheehan, J H,
      • photographed as member of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
    • Shepard, Beatrice Joan,
      • recommended second for Eugene Alderman Scholarship, 158
      • Sheridan, Miss Keith, munificence to University, 22
      • one of two who gave principal endowment to research at Adelaide Hospital, 100
    • Shoebridge, Evelyn,
      • pianist in series of pianoforte recitals by students of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann, 25, 91
      • accompanist at first of series of pianoforte recitals by students of Immanuel Gotthold Reimann, 25
      • member of piano quartet at Elder student concert, 115
      • pianist at concert by Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra, 93
    • Shorney, Dr Herbert Frank,
      • appointed an Honorary Ophthalmologist, 126
      • sent floral tribute for funeral of Charles Schilsky, 151
    • Short, The Right Rev Augustus,
      • first Vice-Chancellor & second Chancellor, 39
      • donated books to university library, 83
    • Siegele, Mabel,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 17
    • Silver, William,
      • pianist at Elder staff concert, 15, 78, 111, 121, 146
      • on 'Classical Hour' series of broadcast music programs, 51
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 87
      • played at pianoforte concert covering syllabus of Australian Music Examination Board, 118, 122, 126
    • Simmers, R G,
      • photograph of meteorologist for second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187L
    • Simpson, Mrs A M,
      • gift of library books in memory of her husband, 83
      • gifts to university, 22, 100
    • Simpson, Alfred Muller,
      • gift of library books, 83
    • Simpson, A A,
      • name to appear on new maps of Antarctica, 187a
    • Sims, Miss R,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue for hockey, 81c
    • Sims, Roxy,
      • awarded 1930 John Bagot Botany Scholarship & Medal, 97
    • Sir George Murray Essay Prize,
      • Professor John McKellar Stewart to entries, 144
      • prizes awarded, 150
    • Sir Joseph Vercoe Medal,
      • photograph of both sides of medal to be presented to Professor Sir Douglas Mawson, 172
    • Slade, J H G,
      • awarded scholarship to study Public Administration by Council, 121
    • Smeaton, Dr Bronte,
      • appointed an Honorary Surgeon, 126
      • appointed Lecturer in Clinical Surgery, 163
    • Smith, Bessie,
      • vocal soloist at Elder student concert, 22
    • Smith, Dr Marjory,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
    • Smith, Dr Ramsay,
      • Chairman of Central Board of Health, 27
    • Smith, Dr Robert James Brazil,
      • appointed Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry, 163
    • Smith, Dr William Ramsay,
      • gift of collection of books and periodicals to library, 3, 38, 46, 83
    • Smith, Imelda,
      • performed at Elder student concerts, 22, 61
    • Smith, Lieutenant-Commander W Berry,
      • promotion to Engineer Commander on cruiser 'Australia', 72
    • Smith, Professor Grafton Elliott,
      • photograph, 46, 139, 158
      • latest work ' Human History' contains theories on cradle of mankind located between the Himalayas and the heart of Africa, 46
      • elected a Fellow of Royal Society, 118
      • biography, 139
      • comments on Chinese report on 'Peking Man’, 158
    • Smith, Robert James Brazil,
      • appointed Honorary Dental Surgeon, 128
    • Smith, Sydney Talbot,
      • photographed at birthday levee at Government House, 183
    • Smuts, General J,
      • comments on role of science in world agricultural depression, 169d
    • Sobels, Stella,
      • vocalist at second performance by Elder opera class, 74
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
      • cast member of comic opera 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
    • Solomon, Betty,
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 57, 58
    • Solomon, Ella,
      • instrumentalist at Elder student concert, 57, 58, 126
    • Southwood, Dr Albert Ray,
      • reappointed a member of the Dental Board, 101
      • appointed an Honorary Physician, 126
      • appointed Lecturer in General Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, 163
      • appointed Chairman of Board of Central Board of Health, 167
      • appointed Chairman of Advisory Committee under Food & Drugs Act, 167
      • appointed Acting Chairman of Central Board of Health, 133
    • Sparbler, H,
      • tympanist in performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Sparrow, Lorna Discombe,
      • to respond to toast to 'New Graduates' at annual dinner of University Women's Union, 96
    • Sport,
      • criticism of introduction of admission charges for entrance to University Oval for inter-varsity matches, 74
      • Men's Swimming Club recent addition to amalgamated Clubs of Sports Association, 81c
    • Sports Association,
      • awarding of Sports Association Blues, 81c
    • Sprigg, Charles Mosse,
      • awarded the 1930 Angas Engineering Scholarship, 72, 97
    • St Alban Scholarship,
      • nomination received for B M Jolly, 104
    • St Mark's College,
      • bequest by Harold Fisher for founding scholarships of any nature, 16
      • academic distinction by members, 34
      • record number of students, 48
      • appointments to council, 48
      • liquor served at several dinners at St Mark's College, 62
      • fourth St Mark's College student to receive Rhodes Scholarship in last three years, 99
      • tutors role in outstanding achievements of students, 99
      • students sporting achievements, 99
      • editorship of 'Varsity Ragge' by student of St Mark's College, 99
      • death of Council member Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 99
      • memorial service for Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 99
      • Professor Robert William Chapman accepted vacancy on St Mark's College Council, 99
      • C B Jennings was appointed Bursar, 99
      • Archibald Grenfell Price on public examination system, 99
      • Archibald Grenfell Price on Australia's inflation crisis and warning lessons from Germany, 102
      • Archibald Grenfell Price representative of graduates on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • biography of Rev Kenneth Julian Faithfull Bickersteth, foundation fellow, 126
      • brief biography of Lloyd Alfred Grigg Symons, former member of St Mark's College, who has been appointed to staff of Marlborough College, England, 137
      • Archibald Grenfell Price retired by time from Council, 156
      • Eric William Gray awarded 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 159, 161
      • Eric William Gray was Rhodes Scholar from St Marks College in four years, 159
      • inaugural Poole Prizeman, Eric William Gray, 161
      • Eric William Gray, Harold Fisher Bursary winner, 161
      • Eric William Gray, president of St Mark's College Wranglers' Club, 161
      • Archibald Grenfell Price's Annual Report to St Mark's College Council, 163
    • Staff,
      • reduction of grants to universities to affect staff, 68, 83
      • 10% staff salary reduction for all staff decided by Council, 93
      • further salary cuts required, 117
      • 5% further reduction in salary to total of 20% required, 143
      • sacrifice by staff of salary, 149
      • early staff, comments by Rev F Slaney Poole, 39
      • first four professors, 147, 148
      • early staff members, 147, 148
      • photograph of Professor Archibald Watson, 148
      • Professor Joshua Ives first Professor of Music, 161
      • Status of Australian professors, 142
      • impact on research collections because of book taxes, 155
    • Statistics,
      • candidates for examination, 93
      • successful students of St Mark's College, 99
      • patients statistics at Dental Hospital, 107
    • Statutes,
      • revisions and new clauses in Senate statutes, 94
    • Steen, Robert,
      • played Sir Walter Raleigh in Elder performances of 'Merrie England', 188a, 188b
      • photograph, 188a
    • Stephens, Noel,
      • vocalist at Elder pianoforte recital, 92
    • Stephenson, Captain,
      • photographed as member of BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
    • Stevens, Rev Aubrey Clement,
      • comments on doctor's opinion of intelligence of average man, 4
    • Stewart, Professor John McKellar,
      • photograph, 19
      • to deliver Dr John Smyth Lecture at Melbourne University, 19
      • retirement from term of office on Council, 22
      • elected to Board of Governors of Public Library, 22
      • on functions of University and Community, 25
      • nominated for vacancy on Council, 29
      • elected to vacancy on Council, 32, 33, 34
      • delivered John Smyth Memorial Lecture, 37
      • proposed toast to 'The Graduates Elect' at Graduates' Association luncheon, 38
      • comments on suitable memorial for Professor Edward Henry Rennie, 38
      • refuses motion to allow liquor to be served at Faculty Dinners in refectory, 62
      • Adelaide representative at biennial University Conference in Sydney, 74, 76
      • judge for Sir George Murray Essays Competition, 78, 144, 150
      • attended funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • caricature of, 81c
      • urged all graduates to join Union, 84
      • states that system of public examinations under review, 98
      • announced scheme for common standard of matriculation throughout Commonwealth to be drawn up by Professor Sir William Mitchell, 99
      • appointed to assist Finance Advisory Committee enquiry into education costs, 99, 122, 124, 126, 130
      • stated that common standard of matriculation to be considered by Council and staff, 111
      • resigns as representative of University of Adelaide on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum & Art Gallery, 115
      • representative of Council on Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
      • criticism of his appointment to Committee to consider cuts to education, 128, 134
      • on how University can help in professional training, 140
      • on 'University and the Public Service' at Annual Conference of the South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
      • responded to toast to 'The Visitors' at Annual Conference of South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
      • criticism of Professor John McKellar Stewart & Wallace Sandford as members of Advisory Committee on State Finance, 141
      • presented report of Education Committee, 176a, 176e
      • photographed with representative citizens at a birthday levee at Government House, 183
      • photograph of Professors John McKellar Stewart & Sir William Mitchell with Sir John Langdon Bonython at levee at Government House, 185
    • Stirling, Professor Sir Edward Charles,
      • world-wide fame of Adelaide Professor, 116
      • elected a Fellow of Royal Society in 1893, 118
      • first Professor of Physiology, 148
    • Stirling, Sir John Lancelot,
      • 82nd birthday of President of Legislative Council, 157
      • photograph, 157
    • Stoate, Theodore Norman,
      • successful applicant for travelling scholarship in forestry, 67
    • Stocker, E O,
      • cinematographer member of party to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136, 142
    • Stokes, E,
      • Headmaster of Queen's College on crippling effect of exams on true education, 98
    • Stow Prize,
      • 1930 awards, 97
      • Prize winner H Thomson appointed King's Counsel by Executive Council, 77
      • Prize winner, George Coutts Ligertwood, appointed King's Counsel by Executive Council, 77
      • Prize winner Eric William Gray awarded 1932 Rhodes Scholarship, 159
    • Strachan, F,
      • photograph of members of Mawson Expedition committee, 172
    • Strong, Professor Sir Archibald,
      • Aylmer Strong presented University with Professor Sir Archibald Strong’s library, 162
      • photograph of funeral procession, 180b
      • photographed in academic procession, 191
      • on 'Impression of Japanese Drama' at Graduates' Association, 20
      • represented Adelaide at International Conference of Education at Vancouver, 37
      • on vacation leave, 46
      • return from Melbourne, 50
      • series of extension lectures on' Japanese Drama', 64, 65
      • illness, 78
      • obituaries, 78, 79, 79a, 79b
      • his position unlikely to be filled this year, 84
      • photographs, 78, 79
      • death of president of Repertory Theatre, 78, 79
      • funeral, 79, 80
      • member of St Mark's College Council, 80
      • expression of condolence by Council, 83, 84
      • untimely death, 97
      • death of St Mark's College Council member, 99
      • memorial service by St Mark's College, 99
      • application by Elder's Trustee & Executor Co Ltd for letters of administration of estate, 100
      • estate valuation, 106
    • Stuckey, R R,
    • Student Statistics,
      • student numbers for 1929, 46
      • student number at St Mark's College in 1930, 99
      • for 1930, 101
      • Chief Clerk comments on student attendance for 1931, 106
      • decrease in students studying at Elder Conservatorium due to financial stress, 121
      • 2085 students at Adelaide, 132
      • student statistics for St Mark's College, 163
    • Student Union,
      • Council to decide on serving of liquor at Faculty Dinners in refectory, 62
    • Students,
      • grant of three first-class return passages per annum to Adelaide students who continue postgraduate study abroad, 41
      • information for intending students on entry dates, courses, night & day lectures, timetables & calendar, 48
      • decision by Council not to allow students to consume liquor at dinners in refectory, 63
      • conference of the International Students' Service in Austria, 65
      • comments on consumption of alcoholic liquor in higher educational establishments, 67
      • voluntary attendance at first-aid courses by engineering students, 71
      • performances by medical, science, law, engineering & dental students during the University Exhibition & Students' Carnival, 112, 116
      • success of free 'money' during Students' Carnival, 116, 117
      • address to students on developing a principle in order to leave the University with a unified and well-balanced mind, 121, 126
      • unlikely that Adelaide students will copy Melbourne University students in wearing academic gowns on campus, 129
      • University students pay in fees about a quarter of total cost of their education, 134
      • claim that students had failed their examinations because of inability to buy textbooks heavier impost & sales tax on books, 156
      • have been beneficiaries of disbursements made by Soldiers' Children Education Board (SA) from munificence of Sir Samuel McCaughey, 158
      • photograph of Messrs R R P Barbour, G K Hughes & L T Ewens discussing arrangements for Students' Carnival & Exhibition showing students at work and play, 183
      • photograph of students W R B White, Ray Duncan & F W Cropley constructing glider for Engineers' Gliding Club, 186a, 186b
      • photograph of students J L Watkins, L R Ward & R A Duncan constructing glider for Engineers' Gliding Club, 186a, 186b
      • photograph of two students demonstrating the Principle of the Cinematograph at a free physical science lecture, 189
    • Summerton, Maurine,
      • awarded 1929 Exhibition in Grade III in Practice of Music, 24
    • Sumner, Dr Donald James Robert,
      • 1923 Rhodes Scholar is in England, 31
      • returns to Adelaide, 34
      • is practising doctor in Adelaide, 103
    • Swan, Frank Martin,
      • reappointed member of Dental Board, 101
    • Swanson, Thomas B,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Science), 106
    • Swift, Dr Brian Herbert,
      • appointed Honorary Curator to Gynaecological & Obstetrical Sections of Pathological Museum at Adelaide Hospital, 133
      • appointed Tutor in Obstetrics, 163
      • world recognition when disease erythroedema designated Swift's Disease, 132
    • Symon, Hon Sir Josiah,
      • gift of library books, 3, 83, 84
      • gift for construction of Lady Symon Building, 3, 37
      • munificence to University, 22, 37
      • biography and photograph, 150
    • Symons, Lloyd Alfred Grigg,
      • biography of former member of St. Mark's College, 137
  • T

    • Tassie, Hon H,
      • on Bill to reconstitute Dental Board, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
      • first Professor of Natural Science, 39, 147
      • occasional contention between Professors Horace Lamb & Ralph Tate, 39
      • comments on his lectures, 112
      • lectured on geology, palaeontology, botany, chemistry & conchology & made investigations at Hallett Cove, 148
    • Taylor, D W,
      • member of Engineers' Gliding Club for construction of a primary glider, 186a, 186b
    • Taylor, R H G,
      • gained degree of DDS with Honors at Toronto University, 127
    • Teacher Training,
      • future suspension of probationary studentships by Education Department, 15
      • criticism of well-paid teachers being trained at public expense, 59, 60
      • moves to balance supply & demand for teachers to avoid closure of South Australian Teachers' College, 102
      • suggestion to encourage university graduates with specified literary qualifications to apply for teaching positions, 102
      • Professors Sir William Mitchell & William Henry Bragg suggested that teachers be admitted to University lectures & examinations free of charge, 142
      • problem of too many newly trained teachers for positions available, 158
      • Mr Adey, Director of Education, on need for a Teachers' College, 158
      • criticism of Education Department's expenditure on pensions & teacher training, 176b, 176e
      • question by F R Forgan, General Secretary of the SA Public Teachers' Union, on the provision for teacher training at University, 176b
    • Teichelmann, Ebenezer,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Theory of Music Scholarship,
      • 1930 award to Ada Adelaide Burgess, 95
    • Thomas, Christopher Nutter,
      • awarded1930 Barr Smith Prize for Greek, 97, 99
    • Thomas, D,
      • tested Engineers’ Club glider over Tapley's Hill, 184
    • Thomas, J,
      • elected member of Men's Union committee, 107
    • Thomas, W J S,
      • academic success in annual essay competition, 21
      • photograph, 21
    • Thompson, Gweneth,
      • accompanist at Elder student concerts, 17, 126, 140
      • piano soloist at Elder student concert, 17
      • cello soloist at organ recitals by John Adam Horner, 69, 117
      • performed at Elder student concerts, 87, 95, 126
    • Thomson, H,
      • appointed to Council of St. Mark's College & House & Finance Committee, 48
    • Thomson, Harry,
      • 1910 Rhodes Scholar is well known Adelaide lawyer, 31
      • appointed King’s Counsel, 77
      • photograph, 77, 102
      • member of Rhodes Scholar Selection Committees, 86, 87, 95, 159
      • elected President of Law Society of South Australia, 102, 103
      • retired by effluxion from the Council of the University of Adelaide, 156
    • Thompson, J,
      • engineering student to study at Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, 157
    • Thomson, Lois,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 87
    • Thornber Bursary,
      • nomination received for Ina Alice Owen Fox, 104
    • Thyer, Dr Frederick Lewis,
      • 1924 Rhodes Scholar, 31
    • Tiddy, Joan,
      • vocalist at a concert by Elder student concert, 95
    • Tidemann, Harold,
      • vocalist at a pianoforte recital, 25
    • Tilbrook, Isabel,
      • organ solo at Elder student concert, 17
    • Tilley, Dr Cedric Edgar,
      • appointed Professor of Mineralogy & Petrology at Cambridge University, 140
    • Tindale, Norman Barnett,
      • member of scientific study of physique, blood grouping, music & psychology of Australian Aboriginal people, 2, 13, 15, 37
      • museum authority member of party to study Australian Aborigines in Central Australia, 74
      • Museum staff member in party to study physical & physiological features of Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136, 142
      • with H M Hale prepared plaster casts of faces of Central Australian Aborigines, 145
      • spoke to meeting of Anthropological Society of research on Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 155
      • comments on lectures by Dr Herbert Basedow predicting extinction of Australian Aborigines within twelve years, 164
    • Tinline Scholarship,
      • establishment of research scholarship in Modern History by an endowment by Sir George John Robert Murray in memory of the family of his mother, 147
      • proposed change to award system for scholarship endowed in memory of his mother’s family by Sir George John Robert Murray, 29
      • Senate passed changes, 32
    • Tonkin, E W,
      • Secretary to Vice-President of Federal Executive Council photographed as member of the BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition Committee, 187p
    • Torr, William George,
      • on December 1877 first class matriculation list, 112
    • Tostevin, Dr Alfred Ladyman,
      • appointed an Honorary Clinical Assistant, 126
    • Trew, Ruth,
      • pianist at Elder student concert, 140
    • Tuck, Bernard G,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Tuesner, Berthold Herbert,
      • lawyer seeking admission to Bar, 159
    • Tuncks, Flora,
      • Associate in Music for 1931 introduced to Vice-Chancellor at Elder student concert, 162
    • Turner, Dr Charles Trevor,
      • appointed an Honorary Assistant Surgeon, 126
    • Turner, Frederick Boyd,
      • awarded 1930 Dr Davies-Thomas Scholarship (second examination), 97
    • Turner, D C,
      • appointed to Council of St Mark's College & House & Finance Committee, 48
    • Turner, R F,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue for lacrosse, 81c
    • Turner. E R,
      • member of Gliding Club responsible for constructing a primary glider, 186a, 186b
  • U

    • Universities, Other,
      • conflict between Melbourne & Sydney Universities over matriculation standards, 4, 5
      • graduates of English universities offered careers in Parliament, 10
      • proposed School of Forestry at Canberra for Bachelor of Science in Forestry, 11
      • Sir Michael Sadler, Master of University College, Oxford on impact of examination system on education, 13
      • Dr Harold Whitridge Davies appointed to Chair of Physiology at Sydney, 21
      • George Bernard Shaw says university education destroys original thought, 21
      • Senate of University of Western Australia to communicate with other Australian universities regarding Henry George Foundation essay prize, 22
      • bequests to Sydney University exceed those to University of Adelaide, 22, 24
      • publication of magazine 'Oversea Education' by Oxford University Press, 22
      • acreage of Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane universities, 24
      • criticism of proposed lectureship in forestry at Melbourne, 27
      • Western Australia to grant a Degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry which includes two years at Australian Forestry School, Canberra, 29
      • opposition to lectureship in forestry at Melbourne, 29
      • schools of entomology in universities & agricultural colleges in USA, 29
      • School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine in Sydney was built & staffed by Commonwealth & Sydney University, 29
      • Melbourne has an organisation to assist students to find employment long vacation, 31
      • proposed University College at Canberra, 37
      • comments by Sydney Russell Booth on Cambridge University, 39
      • Isidore Goodman, Professor of Pianoforte at Sydney Conservatorium, to visit Adelaide, 40
      • Acting Professor T Hytten appointed to Chair of Economics in Tasmania, 43
      • Melbourne University Professor A J Ewart criticises removal of School of Forestry from Adelaide to Canberra, 44
      • Commonwealth Government back down on Chair of Public Health at Melbourne, 44
      • Commonwealth Government gives Chairs of Public Health & Anthropology to Sydney, 44
      • Melbourne Professor Alfred James Ewart claims that the place for school of forestry is university, 44
      • condolences from University of Western Australia on death of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 45
      • new university college for Canberra, 45
      • first meeting of Canberra University College Council, 48
      • Dr Harold Dew appointed Professor of Surgery at Sydney, 48, 49
      • first two university scholarships awarded at Canberra University College, 50
      • applications sought for Research Studentship at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 53
      • suggestion for working arrangement between universities & business community by Melbourne professor, 56
      • Professor Alexander Killen Macbeth to deliver Liverside Research Lecture at Sydney University, 61
      • invention of Steele-Grant Balance in 1909 at Melbourne, 63
      • Chair of Public Law endowed at Melbourne University, 63
      • Professor Alexander Killen Macbeth on 'The Relation of Research to the University', Sydney, 64
      • Professor Alexander Killen Macbeth on 'Carbohydrate Chemistry' at Sydney, 64
      • Professor Herbert John Wilkinson awarded Degree of Doctor of Medicine by Sydney University, 69
      • first-aid teaching part of engineering course at Melbourne, 71
      • Professors John McKellar Stewart & Robert William Chapman Adelaide representatives at biennial University Conference in Sydney, 74, 76
      • probable reduction in State Government grant to Sydney University, 74
      • Melbourne university library poorly equipped, 81
      • Dr W G Price, Melbourne University, to conduct West Australian public music examinations with Professor Edward Harold Davies & Harold Eustace Wylde, 86
      • proposed University of London Hall of Residence for overseas male students to be called London House, 86
      • Stanley Simpson Addison, Assistant Registrar Melbourne, to deal with applications from Australia for appointments to colonial services, 86
      • University of Tasmania presented Professor Sir Douglas Mawson with Degree of Doctor of Science, 93
      • University of Chicago has adopted radical experiment in education, 94
      • Professor William Lawrence Bragg was Langworthy Professor of Physics at Manchester, 96
      • Macrossan lectures by Archibald Grenfell Price on 'The History and Problems of the Northern Territory, Australia' published, 96
      • comments on overseas universities by Frederick William Eardley, 98
      • examination for matriculation & university scholarship systems in England, 98
      • Professor R L Dunabin visiting Adelaide, 100
      • closure of Teachers' Training College in Perth, 102
      • opening of St. George's College in Perth, first College to be affiliated with Adelaide, 102
      • 1929 lecture by Professor T E G Gregory of London University on 'Current Problems in International Finance', published, 106
      • Lord Baden-Powell received Doctor of Laws at Sydney, 106
      • Governor-General Sir Isaac Isaacs visualised an Australian National University, 107
      • student enrolments at Perth University, 107
      • Sydney University Sports Union to consider 12 month suspension of inter-university sport, 108
      • Professor L F Giblin of Melbourne appointed Acting Commonwealth Statistician, 109
      • Teachers' Union protest against Perth University proposal to take over teacher training, 111
      • Dr Edgar S T King of pathology, Melbourne, awarded Jacksonian Prize, 112
      • Dr Harold Dew of Sydney awarded Jacksonian Prize, 112
      • Melbourne University delegates to attend Centenary Conference of British Association for the Advancement of Science & the British Universities' Conference, 112
      • Professor D P Copland, Dean, Commerce, Melbourne to sit on committee for balancing Commonwealth & State budgets, 113
      • Professor Agar, president of professorial board at Melbourne, on Federal Government cut in expenditure on Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, 114
      • establishment of School of Forestry in Canberra, 116
      • Professor Robert William Chapman awarded Kernot Memorial Medal for years 1926 to 1930 by Melbourne for outstanding achievement in engineering, 117, 127
      • William Lawrence Bragg is Langworthy Professor of Physics at Victoria University of Manchester, 118
      • Sir Douglas Mawson & Professor T H Laby (Melbourne University) published first results in radio activity in Australia in 1906, 118
      • Sir Douglas Mawson & Professor T H Laby (Melbourne University) discovered radium in mineral from Pilbarra (WA) & Carcoar (NSW), 118
      • comments on dental research by Dr Roy Gilmore Ellis, dental researcher at Toronto, 118
      • Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn undertook extended study of growth of saltbush flora, 120, 121
      • Professor G S Peren, Principal of Massey Agricultural College Palmerston South NZ, in Adelaide, 126
      • Alexander Leslie Gordon Mackay appointed to Chair of Economics at Rangoon University, 126
      • Melbourne students to wear academic gowns on campus, 129
      • Professors E J Hartung, Skeats & Ewart from Melbourne to attend British Association for the Advancement of Science conference in London, 135
      • Professor Buckmaster (Bristol University) & Professor Wright to travel to Melbourne to conduct primary examinations in physiology & anatomy for Diploma of Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, 137
      • Oregon University (USA) debating team in Adelaide, 139
      • Melbourne, Sydney & New Zealand successes at primary examination for degree of Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 139
      • success at Cambridge arises by teaching received but mainly from inspiration gained from dons, 141
      • Australians working in Cavendish Laboratories under Lord Rutherford & Dr Chadwick, 141
      • NSW government to charge for sitting intermediate & leaving examinations, 143, 144
      • Alvarenga Prize awarded to Dr E S T King pathology lecturer at Melbourne, 144
      • many graduates from English & American universities have a career in business, 144
      • postgraduate studies in European & Scandinavian universities, 144
      • appointments to Canberra University College, 145
      • Professor Wadham, Dean of Agriculture, Melbourne, has received an offer from England, 146
      • Provision for Government endowment of Melbourne University's School of Agriculture to expire in 1936, 146
      • Western Australian professor noted that the number of students tends to rise in bad times & fall in prosperity, 147
      • voluntary sacrifice of salaries by staff of Melbourne, 149
      • Perth University Senate decision that attendance at lectures would continue to be free of charge, 150
      • increase from 5 to 6 years made to medical course of Melbourne, 150
      • decrease in number of dental students at Melbourne, 151, 152
      • Melbourne University Labor Club desire to publish a magazine, 151
      • proposal to make Sydney University Senate more representative of 'modern democratic thought', 151
      • Sydney University Labor Club claim that the University is becoming more like Oxford, 151
      • role of Oxford University Union in moulding public men, 153
      • Sydney University's Labor Club to contest every seat in forthcoming union elections, 153
      • Professor S M Wadham, Professor of Agriculture at Melbourne visiting Adelaide, 154
      • Professor Grafton Elliott Smith, Professor of Anatomy at London, on Chinese report on 'Peking Man', 158
      • Professor S M Wadham, Professor of Agriculture at Melbourne, granted tenure, 158
      • Professor W A Laver, examiner for Melbourne, Adelaide & Hobart Universities, to assist in final music examination in Adelaide, 158
      • address at Sydney University by Dr Lotus D Coffman, President of University of Minnesota, 159
      • Dr Lotus D Coffman, President, University of Minnesota, visited Adelaide, 161
      • recommendation to Melbourne University to appoint paid full-time Vice-Chancellor, 161
      • President Nicholas Murray Butler, Columbia University, co-awarded 1931 Nobel Peace Prize, 163
      • annual graduation ceremony of Australian Forestry School, 163
      • Governing body of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, invited applications for research studentship, 164
    • University Building,
      • photograph of University Building (later Mitchell Building), 173
    • University Colleges,
      • record number of students at St. Mark's College, 48
      • St George’s College in Perth affiliated with Adelaide, 102
    • Upton, Alethea,
      • performed at Elder student concert, 162
    • Upton, Dr W C T,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Skin Section at Adelaide Hospital, 133
    • Urlwin, Mrs Margaret,
      • performed at pianoforte recital by Elder students, 91
  • V

    • Vardon, Leonard,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 126
    • Verco, Gladys,
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concert, 17
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concert, 115
      • member of pianoforte quintet at Elder student concert, 140
    • Verco, Mona Saxe,
      • awarded 1929 Exhibition in Grade IV in Theory of Music, 24
    • Verco, Sir Joseph Cooke,
      • gift of medical books to library, 3
      • munificence to University, 22
      • biography, 134
      • foundation of Medical School was mainly due to the efforts of Professor Sir Edward Charles Stirling & Sir Joseph Cooke Verco, 148
      • elected member of Council of the Royal Society of South Australia, 154
      • presented Library with medical books & a number of works in general literature, 162
    • Vice-Chancellors,
      • gift of Law books to library by William Barlow, 3
      • photographs of Professor Sir William Mitchell, 3, 12, 24, 82, 90, 182, 183, 185
      • Sir William Mitchell presented new system of matriculation examinations to Standing Committee of Australian Universities, 12
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to deliver MacRossan lectures, 16
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell's retires from Council, 22
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell announces launch of building programme, 24
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to travel to England on family matters, 25, 37
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell re-elected Vice-Chancellor, 33, 34, 37
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell re-elected to Council, 32, 33, 34
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell delivered John Murtagh Macrossan Lecture, 37
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell appointed member of Appointments Board, 56
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell present at laying foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 57, 58
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell present at physics lecture theatre to hear opening of England-Australia telephone service, 59
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell presided at 1930 Joseph Fisher Lecture, 76, 77
      • Sir George John Robert Murray at funeral of Professor Sir Archibald Thomas Strong, 79
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell elected a Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • assistance with books for library by Rt Rev Augustus Short, 83, 84
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell advised students of Workers' Educational Association to consider economic position, 89
      • address by Professor Sir William Mitchell on solutions to economic problems, 90
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell attended1930 Commemoration ceremony, 96
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to draw up scheme for a common standard of matriculation throughout Commonwealth, 98, 99
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell urges University Men's Union to study current politics, 109
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell presided at meeting of League of Nations Union, 111
      • common standard of matriculation for Australia drawn up by Professor Sir William Mitchell to be considered by Council and staff, 111
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to attend University Exhibition, 116
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell tells students to develop principle to leave university with a unified & well-balanced mind, 121, 126
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to furnish a statement on education costs, 130
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell on entrance standard for degrees, 135
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell made available summary of a letter sent to Chairman of Committee on Public Education on university costs, 136
      • Letter from Professor Sir William Mitchell to Premier pointing out that conversions in Government securities lost University revenue, 142, 143
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell proposed further reduction in staff salaries, 143
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell on lack of community appreciation of value of University, 144
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell attended unveiling of memorial to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell appointed Professor of English Language & Literature & Mental & Moral Philosophy in 1894, held position for 28 years, 147
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell agreed that the number of students tends to rise in bad times & fall in prosperity, 147
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell to submit a resolution at meeting to protest impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books, 157
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell calls impost of heavier primage & sales tax on books & periodicals a blow to education, 157
      • Associates in Music for 1931 & scholarship holders for 1932 introduced at Elder student concert, 162
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell attended luncheon for new graduates, 162
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell proposed changes to system of public examinations, 164
      • Professor Sir William Mitchell's name to appear on new maps of Antarctic continent, 187a
    • Vincent, Harry,
      • awarded an evening studentship in Commerce, 106
    • Vincent, Mary,
      • awarded an evening studentship in Commerce, 106
    • Virgo, Jean,
      • pianist at Elder student concerts, 57, 58, 140
    • Visitors,
      • photograph of His Excellency Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven at opening of John Darling Laboratory, 82
      • His Excellency Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven attended 1930 Commemoration, 96, 97
      • interest & influence of Governor Sir William Robinson, in founding of School of Music, 148
      • W R Dewell, Chief Research Chemist, Victorian Department of Agriculture to Waite Agricultural Research Institute's new laboratory, 29
      • G de Cairos-Rego visited Elder Conservatorium to discuss formation of Musical Association in South Australia, 39, 40
      • Senator J J Daly to Waite Agricultural Research Institute and Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on animal nutrition, 40
      • visit to Waite Agricultural Research Institute by members of Federal Public Accounts Committee, 101
      • Professor Lotus D Coffman, President, University of Minnesota, at 1931 commemoration ceremony, 162
      • photograph of His Excellency Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven at foundation stone ceremony of Barr Smith Library, 182
  • W

    • Wagner, Franz William,
      • 1928 Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, 31
      • to remain in England to continue studies, 146
    • Wainwright, John William,
      • member of State Finance Advisory Committee, 66, 105, 138, 142
      • photograph, 66
      • elected member of the Economic Society, 83
      • Assistant Auditor-General is member of Advisory Committee on State Finance which is to be disbanded, 136, 137, 138
      • auditor for Executive of South Australian Institute of Public Administration, 140
    • Wainwright, Mrs Agnes,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 22
    • Wait, Miss M,
      • to respond to toast to 'The University Women's Union' at annual dinner, 96
    • Waite Agricultural Research Institute,
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on 'The Need for Increased Efficiency in Wheat Production', 19
      • gift by Sir John Melrose to establish Melrose Laboratory, 19, 22, 29, 37, 39, 54, 57
      • donation from Harold Darling for erection of a soil laboratory at Waite, 19, 29, 37, 39, 46, 54, 57
      • visit by Dr S S Cameron (Director of Agriculture in Victoria), 20
      • made possible by munificence of Peter Waite, 3, 24, 34, 36, 57
      • tenders called for erection of John Darling Laboratory, 24
      • Dr Robert Henry Pulleine's visit to research institutes in California & Arizona, 27
      • Council to consider tenders for building of John Darling Laboratory, 29
      • visit by W R Dewell, Chief Research Chemist in Victorian Department of Agriculture, 29
      • Messrs Cheary Bros of Goodwood win tender for Darling Laboratory, 34
      • new plant culture houses & insectary officially opened by R B McComas, 36, 37, 38, 39
      • experiments on insect pest eradication, 38, 39
      • experiments on best cultural methods to maximise crop yields, 38, 39
      • Waite Agricultural Research Institute envy of every other university in Australia, 39
      • visit by Senator J J Daly includes inspection of Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson's research on animal nutrition, 40
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on 'Pasture Improvement & Sheep Diseases' at conference at St. Arnaud, 45
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott on 'Soil Research in relation to the Citrus Industry' at Mildura, 46
      • grant by Commonwealth Bank of Australia directors from Rural Credits Development Fund towards erection of plant culture house & insectary, 46
      • foundation stone laid for John Darling Laboratory, 54, 57, 58
      • agreement between CSIR & University to establish a division of soils research, 54
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson at meeting of Council for Scientific & Industrial Research in Melbourne, 57
      • value to the field of scientific agricultural research, 57, 58
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on improvements in feeding, breeding, soil and productivity at laying of the foundation stone for John Darling Laboratory, 58
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson's inspection of dairy farms at chief dairying centre in NSW at Grafton, 64
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on ‘Primary production pillar of prosperity’, 64
      • Geoffrey Samuel plant pathologist to attend Fifth International Botanical Conference at Cambridge, 65
      • Geoffrey Samuel to study plant disease problems in America, 65
      • high praise for Institute's valuable work on pastures by Professor Stapledon of Wales, 72
      • Stephen Denis Garrett, plant pathologist, elected Fellow of the Royal Society of South Australia, 75
      • invitations issued for official opening of John Darling Laboratories, 76
      • Professors Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson & James Arthur Prescott's involvement in establishing soil research centre, 81
      • photograph of Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson at opening of John Darling Laboratory, 82
      • practical tests in field & with animals assisted by the Pastoral Research Fund's donation for pastoral research in Australia, 83
      • capable of scientific work for productive schemes on the land, 92
      • experiments into value of nitrogenous fertilisers on cereal & other crops merits another grant in aid by the Imperial Chemical Industries of Australia & New Zealand, 93
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott to examine soils on King Island, 95
      • erection of Darling Research Laboratory, 97
      • Frederick William Eardley claims University as progressive as those in Britain and on Continent especially in regard to agricultural research conducted at Waite, 98
      • praise by Imperial Wool Research Conference for research undertaken at Animal Nutrition Laboratory, 99
      • visit members of Federal Public Accounts Committee, 101
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson on increased costs imposed on farmers as a result of Federal fiscal policy, 110
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott returns from Murrumbidgee Irrigation area, 111
      • bequest by Mrs. Elizabeth Macmeikan for Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 111, 162
      • Geoffrey Samuel on 'Tomato Diseases in South Australia & how to Control them, with special reference to Glasshouse Tomato Culture', 119
      • biography and photograph of Professor James Arthur Prescott, 120
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott on necessity of accurate soil analysis prior to settlement schemes for prospective farmers, 122
      • Professor G S Peren, Principal of Massey Agricultural College Palmerston South NZ in Adelaide to inspect research institutions, 126
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson reappointed member of Advisory Board of Agriculture, 132
      • most postgraduate studies in SA taken at Waite or University of Adelaide, 144
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson attended unveiling of memorial tablet to Professor Thorburn Brailsford Robertson, 144
      • Professor Sir Charles James Martin on value of research done in Adelaide by Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, 146
      • Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson was previously employed in Victoria, 146
      • suggested as Commonwealth Research Station, 150
      • Professor James Arthur Prescott awarded H G Smith Memorial Medal, 151
      • Australian & British researchers combining to solve dairying grasslands problems peculiar to each country, 159
      • experiment with rye-wheat hybrid discovered at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 167
      • photograph of experiments to grow linseed profitably in South Australia, 169
      • acquired great reputation abroad, 177
      • photograph of members of Federal Committee inquiring into South Australia's disabilities under Federation, 177
      • photograph of horses bring in harvest at Urrbrae, 190
      • photograph of R B McComas at opening of Plant Culture Houses & Insectary with Professors Robert William Chapman & Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson, 192
      • photograph of R B McComas, E Anthony MP, Professors Robert William Chapman & Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson & Mr J Cowan MP inspecting tomatoes in Plant Pathology Glass House at Urrbrae, 193
      • photograph of Professor Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson speaking at opening ceremony for Plant Culture Houses & Insectary, 193
      • photograph of loading stooks from an experimental crop of oats, 194
      • photograph of new plant culture houses & insectary, 194
      • photograph of members of staff arranging exhibits for inspection, 194
      • gift by Lily & Eva Waite for planting escarpment and grounds north of Darling Building, 37, 46
    • Waite, Peter,
      • bequest of Urrbrae Estate for establishment of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 3, 24, 34, 36, 57
    • Walker, Christina A,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Walker, Dr William Delano,
      • photograph, 51
      • series of baby kangaroos of interest to Royal College of Surgeons Museum, 51
      • support for Rev. Flynn's aerial medical service, 51
      • awarded Royal Photographic Society's medal for photo-series on life of a kangaroo, 145
    • Walkley, Allan,
      • obtained second class in Honours Degree of BA (natural science tripos) at Trinity College, Cambridge, 65
    • Walsh, Marjory,
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 115
    • Walter, Hilda Blanche May,
      • to be elected President of University Women's Union, 96
      • Chairman of Women's Union Committee for 1931-1932, 120
    • Wannan, Miss E,
      • awarded Sports Association Blue for hockey, 81c
    • Ward, Cyril Michael,
      • comments on Professor Kerr Grant's criticism of system of secondary education, 28, 30, 125
      • on secondary education by Vice-Principal of Adelaide High School, 125
    • Ward, Dr Leonard Keith,
      • elected Vice-President of Economic Society, 83
      • appointed to Council of School of Mines & Industries, 94
      • President of SA branch of Royal Geographical Society of Australasia received a letter from Antarctic by Sir Douglas Mawson, 187e
    • Ward, Harry Lancelot
      • on benefits of Public Examination system, 164, 165
      • on Professor Kerr Grant's criticism of secondary education system, 26, 28
    • Ward, John Frederick,
      • appointed Headmaster of Prince Alfred College, 1
      • presided at Graduates' Union commemoration luncheon for new graduates, 162
      • on discussion of present system of public examinations, 164
    • Ward, F W,
      • elected to committee of Graduates Branch, 84
    • Ward, L R,
      • Committee Member of the University Engineers' Glider Club when the club-built glider was tested over Tapley's Hill, 184
      • photograph of engineering students constructing glider, 186b
      • member of University Engineers' Gliding Club constructing a primary glider, 186a
    • Warne, W J W,
      • elected member of Council, 64
    • Watkins, J L,
      • photograph of engineering students constructing a glider, 186b
      • member of University Engineers' Gliding Club constructing a primary glider, 186a
    • Watson, L J,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue for lacrosse, 81c
    • Watson, Phebe,
      • speaker on teaching at conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 139
    • Watson, Professor Archibald,
      • to arrive in Adelaide in February, 99
      • due to visit Adelaide in the spring, 114
      • world-wide fame for Adelaide Professor, 116
      • photograph of first Professor of Anatomy, 148
    • Watson, Rita,
      • vocalist at concert by Elder Conservatorium Student Orchestra, 11
      • vocalist at Elder student concerts, 61, 62, 65
      • vocalist at performances by Elder opera class, 74, 162
      • played part of Queen Elizabeth in 'Merrie England', 188a
    • Way, Rt Hon Sir Samuel James,
      • gifts of books, bronze statuette & silverware to library, 3, 83
      • gave 1482 law book written by the Emperor Justinian, 11
    • Webb, Miss R,
      • awarded a Sports Association Blue for tennis, 81c
    • Webb, Phyllis,
      • vocalist at lunch-hour organ recital by John Adam Horner, 65
      • vocalist at Elder student concert, 65, 66
    • Welch, Dr Arthur,
    • Welch, A W,
      • performed in 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy', 142
    • Whitburn, Jack,
      • awarded 1930 James Gartrell Prize for Elementary Comparative Philology equal with Alan Halstead Haselgrove, 97
    • White, W R,
      • photograph of engineering students constructing a glider, 186a
    • Whitelaw, Albert James,
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society, 75
    • Whitford, Jack,
      • awarded evening studentship (School of Mines Associate), 106
    • Whitham, Annie Beatrice,
      • elected an officer of Women Graduates' Association, 29
    • Whitington, Frederick Taylor,
      • on the March 1877 first class matriculation list, later an Archdeacon in Hobart, 112
    • Whitington, Sylvia Muriel,
      • performed as member of Elder string quartet, 5, 26, 60, 71, 78, 84, 111, 117, 132
      • violinist at Elder staff concerts, 15, 63, 146
      • comments on possible demise of the South Australian Orchestra, 57
      • mentioned as member of South Australian orchestra which may collapse, 57
      • played in chamber music recital in memory of Charles Schilsky, 153
    • Wiebusch, Adele Maria Dorothea,
      • pianist in Elder student concerts, 25, 88, 91
      • pianoforte solo at Elder student concert, 65, 66
      • organ solo at Elder student concerts, 73, 93, 115
    • Wigg, Dr Neil Thorburn Melrose,
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Assistant Physicians at Children's Hospital, 121
      • appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Medical Section at Adelaide Hospital, 133
    • Wilcher, Lewis Charles,
      • awarded 1929 Rhodes Scholarship, 31, 37, 38
      • biography and photograph, 31
      • awarded 1929 League of Nations Prize, 83
      • awarded equal first place for Kingston Oliphant Prize at Oxford, 136
      • photograph of mace-bearer in Commemoration Day procession, 191
      • 1929 Tindale Scholar & 1930 Rhodes Scholar member of St Mark's College, 34
    • Wilkinson, Miss,
      • speaker on pharmacy & veterinary science at women’s vocation conference, 139
    • Wilkinson, Professor F L,
      • photograph in procession prior to 1930 Annual Commemoration, 175
    • Wilkinson, Professor Herbert John,
      • arrival of new Elder Professor of Anatomy and Histology, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 97
      • photographs, 51, 52, 189
      • biography, 52
      • registered as legally qualified medical practitioner in South Australia, 140
      • awarded Degree of Doctor of Medicine by Sydney University, 69
      • member of scientific party to study Australian Aborigines in Macdonnell Downs, 74
      • elected Fellow of Royal Society of South Australia, 75
      • welcome by graduates, 84
      • address at Workers' Educational Association annual student break-up, 90
      • showed moving picture of Aboriginal life near Macdonald Down Station at University Exhibition, 116
      • to give public lecture on 'Architecture of the Brain', 117
      • gave public lecture on ' Architecture of the Brain', 121
      • member of party of scientists to study Aborigines at Cockatoo Creek, 136
      • photographer for anthropological expedition for scientific investigation of Aborigines, 142
      • appointed Honorary Consulting Anatomist to Adelaide Hospital, 145
      • account given to meeting of Anthropological Society of research work on Aborigines, 155
    • Williams, Donald Carter,
      • 1930 Stow Prizeman, 97
    • Williams, Francis Edgar,
      • 1915 Rhodes Scholar occupies official position in Pacific Islands, 31
      • obtained MA degree for thesis 'An Ethnolographical Report on the Orokaiva People of Papua', 31
    • Williams, Hartley,
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concert, 17
      • instrumentalist at Elder concert, 58
      • dual violinist at Elder student concert, 61, 62
      • member of piano quartet at Elder student concert, 73
      • performed at Elder student concert, 87
    • Williams, Joseph,
      • photograph of carpenter for Sir Douglas Mawson's second BANZ Antarctic Research Expedition, 187n
    • Wilsmore, Professor,
      • comments on effect of financial stringency on scientific advancement at the Congress of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 64
    • Wilson, Dr Thomas George,
      • appointed Lecturer in Gynaecology & Obstetrics, 163
    • Wilson, Malcolm,
      • vocalist at the first of series of 20 weekly free organ concerts by John Adam Horner, 110
    • Wilson, A,
      • retirement as Caretaker of University of Adelaide, 20
    • Wilton, Professor John Raymond,
      • opposition to imposition of duty on imported books and printed matter, 52, 53
      • awarded degree of Doctor of Science by University of Cambridge for his published work in Higher Mathematics, 64, 97
      • academic career, 64
      • Chairman of University Library Committee remembers the late Robert John Miller Clucas, 80
      • as Chairman of Library Committee seconded vote of thanks to Mrs Barr Smith for laying foundation stone of Barr Smith Library, 83, 84
      • born in South Australia, 84
      • stated in Senate of University that there would be both Ordinary & Honours degrees of Bachelor of Economics in the Economics course, 94
    • Winton, Louis Joseph,
      • appointed Deputy Director of Mines by Executive Council, 111
    • Women,
      • Adelaide branch of Australian Federation of University Women held a conference on careers for girls, 139
      • University of Adelaide first Australian university to grant degrees to women, 167
      • photograph of some of women graduates waiting to process into Elder Hall, 181
    • Wood, Joseph Garnett,
      • visit to Koonamore Station, north of Yunta, 14
      • talk to Royal Society on regeneration of arid lands, 120
      • work with Professor Theodore George Bentley Osborn at Koonamore, 120
      • comments on arid flora of the Koonamore Reserve, 145
    • Wood, Sister Sinclair,
      • speaker on nursing at women’s vocation conference at University, 139
    • Wood, Dr Thomas,
      • appointed examiner for Royal Academy of Music & Royal College of Music, 142
    • Woods, Miss K D,
      • death mourned at Commemoration ceremony, 97
    • Woollard, Professor Herbert Henry,
      • appointed Professor of Anatomy at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 10, 97
      • photograph, 21
      • opinion on South African skull found near Cape Town, 21
      • resignation from Chair of Anatomy, 37, 40, 41
    • Woolnough, Dr Walter George,
      • visit to oil fields of USA, 49
    • Workers' Educational Association,
      • commencement of 1930 educational classes, 50
      • impact of rising cost of books on the community by imposition of heavier primage & sales tax on books, 154, 155
      • protests at lack of exemptions from higher taxes on books and periodicals, 157
    • Wright, Dorothy Maud,
      • recommended for Joseph Fisher Medal for commerce (equal) with Edith May Pentelow, 34
      • awarded 1929 Joseph Fisher Medal (equal) with Edith May Pentelow, 38
    • Wright, Dr G H,
      • comments on address by Professor Kerr Grant at a meeting of the Charge Engineers' Association on progress in science religion, politics and the education system, 124
    • Wright, Leslie McL,
      • awarded an evening studentship (Law), 106
    • Wunderly, Dr H W,
      • Appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant to Medical Section at Adelaide Hospital, 133
    • Wylde, Harold Eustace,
      • departs for West Australia to conduct public music examinations, 84, 86
      • organ accompanist at annual student Nunc Dimitis, 95
      • pianist at performance of 'King Arthur, or the British Worthy' by opera class, 142
    • Wyles, Mrs T A,
      • member of piano quartet at Elder student concert, 115
    • Wynes, William Anstey,
      • first Honors degree of Bachelor of Laws graduate, 162
  • Y

    • Yates, Mr C,
      • member of University Engineers' Gliding Club, 186a, 186b
    • Yoeger, Katie,
      • violin solo at Elder student concert, 57, 58
      • member of string quartet at Elder student concerts, 65, 66, 115, 162
      • performed at graduate welcome for Professor Herbert John Wilkinson, 84
    • Young, Martin,
      • lawyer seeking admission to the Bar in South Australia, 159
    • Young, Norman Smith,
      • 1931 proxime accessit for Joseph Fisher Medal, 97
    • Young, Sir Walter James,
      • made member of Economics society, 83
      • renominated and elected as membership of Senate of University, 93
      • photographed with representative citizens at birthday levee at Government House, 183
      • included in a photograph of R B McComas at opening of the Plant Culture Houses & Insectary, 192
      • gift towards cost of boundary fence on Victoria Drive, 3, 37
      • consulted on appointment of new Chair of Bio-Chemistry & Physiology, 48
      • present at laying of the foundation stone for the John Darling Laboratory, 57
      • appointed to Government Committee to advise on financial position of South Australia, 66, 67
      • photographs, 66, 137, 138, 166
      • photograph at opening of John Darling Laboratory, 82
      • elected member of University Council, 94
      • Premier expressed thanks for service given to the State, 96
      • Chairman of State Finance Committee visits Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 101
      • reappointed chairman of State Committee of Science & Industry Research, 104
      • member of State Finance Advisory Committee, 105
      • Chairman of Advisory Committee on State Finance which is to be disbanded, 136
      • resignation of Chairman of the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 137, 138
      • comments on function of the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 137, 138
      • tribute for outstanding service to the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 138
      • consulted Tom Elder Barr Smith prior to accepting position of Chairman of the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 138
      • Council of the Chamber of Manufactures letter of appreciation of services as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 139
      • motion in the House of Assembly in appreciation of services as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on State Finance, 139
      • resigns from Advisory Committee on State Finance, 142
      • Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil Division), KBE in New Year's honours list, 165, 166
      • career highlights, 166, 167
      • elected President of Economic Society, 83
    • Younkman, James Hannibal,
      • graduation of 1929 Everard Scholar, 37