Index to Volume 20 (1931-1934) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • A E Hamilton Scholarship,
      • C W R Price won A E Hamilton scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
    • Abbott, Herbert Lewis,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Adam, D B,
      • appointed plant pathologist at Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 146, 150, 177
      • photograph, 177a
    • Adams, Colin Francis,
      • Bachelor of Engineering, Diploma in Applied Science, conferred, 154, 155
    • Adams, Harry,
      • winner of Joseph Fisher Medal, 172, 173
    • Adelaide Children's Hospital,
      • Dr Ian Hamilton appointed honorary assistant surgeon, 151
    • Adelaide City Council,
      • opposition to proposed site for Bonython Hall, 79, 81, 82
    • Adelaide High School,
      • criticism of public examination system, 186g
      • promising young violinist, 186k
    • Adelaide Hospital,
      • executive council's staff appointments, 33, 39, 104a, 121, 135, 140, 141
      • executive council appoints members of hospital advisory committee, 145
      • debate about TB Clinic site, 186c
      • difficulties of medical profession in South Australia, 186m
    • Adelaide Museum,
      • director of Museum, H M Hale, to continue work of making plaster casts of heads and busts of natives, 91
      • report of anthropology expedition into Mann and Musgrave Ranges, 164
    • Adelaide Music Salon,
      • meeting to discuss founding of Adelaide Music Salon, 157
      • Adelaide Music Salon founded, 160
    • Adelaide Observatory,
      • proposed closure to affect affiliation with university for study and research purposes, 3, 10, 11, 12, 14
      • founded by Sir Charles Todd, 14
      • annual report outlines work and contribution to society, 169
    • Adelaide Public Library,
      • Ralph Munn of Carnegie Corporation proposes foundation of free public library with branches in suburbs supported from rates, 156
      • amendments related to Sir Josiah Symon's legacy, 165, 166
    • Adelaide Technical High School,
      • Headmaster, S Moyle, supported move to teach music to matriculation level, 158
    • Adelaide Town Hall,
      • extra orchestral concert, 169
    • Adey, William James,
      • invited to support teaching of music in schools, 168
      • supported campaign for music in schools, 158
      • letter discussing comment by Adey on campaign for music in schools, 159
      • in charge of committee planning schools' display for visit of Duke of Gloucester, 179a
      • proposed innovations in face of criticism of public examination system, 186g
      • views on civil service employment of university graduates, 64, 65
      • said introduction of diploma in public administration raised status of public service, 103b
    • Advisory Council of Aborigines,
      • Professor J B Cleland appointed to Advisory Council of Aborigines, 79
    • Aiston, G,
      • anthropological expedition spent a night at Aiston's property, 171
    • Alberton School,
      • photograph of pupils Angus Jamieson and Mervyn Smith awarded C R Morris scholarship, 180
    • Alderman, John Kevin, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Alderman Scholarship,
      • awarded to Peter Mathews to enable him to study at Elder Conservatorium, 186k
      • photograph, 186k
    • Allen, Dr,
      • President of Lyceum presided at reception for delegates to Australian Federation of University Women Conference, 178b
    • Allen, Inspector Eleanor,
      • on committee which organised children’s demonstration for Royal visit, 179a
    • Allen, J L,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Allen, Lois,
      • member of subcommittee which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Allen, Sir Harry,
      • his views on cancer raised at Australasian Medical Congress 1934, Hobart, 186f
    • Allison, J K,
      • committee member of Labor Club, 104
    • Ambrose, Dr Ethel Mary Murray,
      • death in India of Adelaide graduate, biography, 129
    • Anderson, Dr Claude Leonard,
      • appointed to hospital in Perth, 90a
    • Andrew Scott Prize,
      • John Erwin Kelly awarded Andrew Scott Prize, 115
    • Andrews, Julian,
      • passed sixth and final year, BM and BS degrees, 25
    • Angas Engineering Scholarship,
      • Max Aubery Hunt awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1932, 36, 37, 38
      • Lincoln David Dowie awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1934, 162
    • Angas Johnson, Dr E,
      • appointed member of Medical Board, 25
      • appointed member of Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 145
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151, 152
    • Angas Parsons, Justice,
      • as Warden of Senate, at conferring of degrees, 155
    • Angas, George Fife,
      • Fred Johns Scholarship established for writing biography of George Fife Angas, 162
    • Angas, John Howard,
      • founded Angas Engineering Scholarship Details in 1888, 162
    • Angel, Miss L M,
      • replied to toast on behalf of Women’s Union at annual dinner, 119
      • member of Committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Angove, Mrs,
      • critical of public examinations, 62
      • editorial on speech by retiring Headmistress of Girton which referred to girls' interest in university education, 63
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Angove, P C,
      • Aggregate Prize, second year, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Angus, Dorothea,
      • played in Elder student concert, 151
      • played in student concert in Town Hall, 167
    • Annual report,
      • 1933 Annual Report, 127
    • Anstey, A E,
      • photograph of members of the Council of the School of Mines, 175
    • Anthoney, E, MP,
      • to attend summer school of Australian Institute of Political Science, 70, 72
      • photographs, 72, 175
      • in debate about teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Anthropological Research Board,
      • see Board of Anthropological Research
    • Anthropology, Study of,
      • official film and stills shown of expedition studying life and customs of natives, 153, 164
      • Dr T D Campbell announced plans for annual anthropological expedition to central Australia, 160
      • members of annual expedition to central Australia announced, 167
      • Donald Thompson appointed to work in Northern Territory, 165
      • Dr R Cilento donated to Australian Institute of Anatomy collection of New Guinea skulls and Melanesian brains, 166
      • Professor J B Cleland reported on expedition returned from Central Australia, 171
      • F E Williams has won award for best research essay from Royal Anthropological Institute, 176a
      • Rev J R B Love gave lecture on Aboriginal Myths and Figure Paintings, 170
      • Ursula McConnell spoke on need for trained anthropologists, 178b
    • Archer, Mrs D,
      • in photograph of delegates, 178b
    • Architecture, Study of,
      • Leighton Irwin to consider recognition of Adelaide's degree for exemption from examinations of Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 86
    • Armstrong, Florence,
      • in photograph of delegates, 178b
    • Art Works,
      • stained glass window in memory of Professor Robertson unveiled, 9
    • Arts, Bachelor of,
      • University of Queensland offers external courses, 186d
    • Arts, Study of,
      • medieval university studies, 186j
    • Ashton, Kathleen,
      • sang in Elder students' concert, 151
    • Ashworth, Clarice Mabel,
      • former Principal of Methodist Ladies College, appointed to Columba, Dunedin, 104a
    • Astronomy, Study of,
      • threat to Adelaide Observatory to affect university work, 3, 10, 29
      • Professor Kerr Grant urges retention of Adelaide Observatory, 11
      • Professor Kerr Grant and Professor Chapman advise that if Adelaide Observatory is closed, part of its work will have to be carried on by university at its cost, 12
      • Adelaide Observatory brought into affiliation with university 18 months ago, 14
      • Professor Kerr Grant advised possibility of observing meteor shower, 53
      • Government astronomer G F Dowell advised that he and Professor Kerr Grant hoped to achieve photographic record of meteor shower, 54
      • observation of meteor shower reported, 55, 56
      • G F Dowell finds comet, 65
      • G F Dowell supported proposal for co-operation between observatories, universities, 100
      • federal government abandoned plans for central control of state observatories, 114
      • federal government recommended state observatories be managed by universities, 159
    • Atkinson, Rev Charles W, MA, LittD,
      • appointed Principal of Methodist Ladies College, 106
      • arrives to take up duties, 128
      • responded on behalf of graduates at annual general meeting of Graduate Union, 152
    • Auldana Vineyards,
      • details of Sir Josiah Symon's will in regard to vineyards, 166
      • Australasian College of Surgeons, see Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Australasian Medical Congress, held in Hobart, papers reported, 186f
    • Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • Professors Chapman and Kerr Grant, Dr C Fenner and R S Burdon to attend 21st conference in Sydney, 6
      • Dr R W Cilento to give public lectures at 21st Conference, 26
      • South Australia to send 30 delegates, 30
      • South Australia to send 35 to 40 delegates, 40
      • at 22nd conference in Melbourne, Sir Douglas Mawson to become president, 143
    • Australian Army Medical Corps,
      • Army doctor’s concerns presented at Australasian Medical Congress, 186f
    • Australian Council for Educational Research,
      • acknowledges role of Carnegie Corporation, 44
      • Carnegie Corporation to fund survey of Australian libraries, 122
    • Australian Dental Association,
      • advances in Dental science, 186h
      • need for more dental work among children, 186h
      • eighth Australian Dental Congress held in Adelaide, 102
      • use of toothbrush discussed, 102
    • Australian Economic Society,
      • at Science Congress, decision taken to establish Australian Economic Society, 172
    • Australian Federation of University Women Conference,
      • held in Adelaide, 1934, 178b
      • Dr Marie Bentivoglio spoke on value of broadcasting in education, 178b
      • committee of delegates sent resolutions to Chairman of ABC on use of wireless in education, 178b
      • photograph of delegates, 178b
      • Mrs T C B Osborn said schools were examination machines, 178b
      • Mabel Hardy stated that people do not want to think, 178b
      • Mary Frost presented SA report to conference, 178b
      • Dr Ethel McLennan elected president of Federation, 178b
      • Mrs T C B Osborn elected chair of committees on internationalism, 178b
      • photograph of many unnamed delegates, 178b
    • Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy,
      • engineering students to tour in conjunction with Institute, 167
    • Australian Institute of Political Science,
      • South Australians to attend summer school, 70, 72
    • Australian Music Examinations Board,
      • annual AMEB conference to be held in Adelaide, 6, 14, 15
      • singing examinations for girls under fifteen introduced, 16
      • board denounces tax on imported music, 16
      • recitals given at conservatorium to aid music teachers, 25, 27, 29
      • examiners for board celebrate birthday, 40, 101
      • examiner arrives in Adelaide for AMEB exams, 44, 46
      • exhibitions awarded on AMEB results, 51
      • new AMEB examiner appointed, 73
      • examiners praise Allan Giles, brilliant boy pianist, 116
      • 1934 conference to be held in Perth, 142
      • Dr Davies advised that the Board wanted music taught in schools to matriculation level, 145, 158
      • conservatorium provides demonstrations for teachers of music, 27
    • Australian National Research Council,
      • Rockefeller Institute awards funds, 39
      • university staff on executive of research council, 39
      • impact of actions of late Professor Henry George Chapmen, 186e
    • Australian Student Christian Movement Conference,
      • to hold conference at Holiday House, Mt Lofty, 155
  • B

    • British Medical Association Prize,
      • awarded to Wilhelm Bernard Dorsch, 115
    • Bach Society,
      • mentioned in Grainger tribute to Adelaide musicians, 164
    • Badger, Colin Robert,
      • president, Labor Club, said club would probably campaign in next election, 104
      • to study sociology and political science in London, 130
    • Badger, Miss L J,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study law, 78
    • Bage, Freda,
      • in photograph of delegates, 178b
    • Bagot, Walter,
      • architect of Barr Smith Library, 6
    • Bald, Dr Robert Cecil,
      • member of university staff writes letter protesting at lack of funds for Public Library, 21
      • proposed society be formed like Friends of National Libraries, England, to assist public library, 21, 23
      • to speak in 1932 program of public lectures, 24
      • working on constitution of Friends of the Public Library, 27
      • lectured on William Hazlitt, 33
      • outlined work of Friends of the Public Library society, 34
      • member of committee of Friends of Public Library, 34
      • to contribute to memorial volume for late Sir Archibald Strong, 59
      • left for study overseas, 66
      • to represent university at 37th conference of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 70, 71
      • expected to return from study in England by end of year, 96
    • Ballard, Leslie Alfred Tucker,
      • awarded scholarship for research into plant physiology at Cambridge, 157, 176a
      • photograph, 176a
    • Bampfield, F W,
      • responded to criticism of circulating library by R A Munn, 186s
    • Bampton, F W,
      • Deputy Registrar to be in charge while Registrar on leave, 139
    • Barbour, Miss G M,
      • member of Dress and Color Committee for Royal visit, 179a
    • Barbour, R R P,
      • indicated willingness to join local society of former Oxford students, 44
      • master of St Andrews College, 69
      • attended meeting of Rhodes scholars, 165
      • at First Annual Dinner of University Men's Union, President of Sports Association, emphasised importance of sport in student life, 145
      • member of Graduate Union committee for 1934, 152
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Barbour, Mrs R R P,
      • hosted visitor to Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Barlow, Dr Douglas Lewis,
      • appointed honorary medical officer at vaccine clinic, 78
      • appointed bacteriologist at Adelaide Hospital, 126
    • Barlow, William,
      • represented University at University of Edinburgh celebrations in 1884, 133
    • Barnden, Vina,
      • brilliant young student gives piano recital, 135
    • Barnes, J A,
      • contributed to project of creating detailed geological map of Mount Lofty Ranges, 161
    • Barnett, Sir Louis,
      • first suggested foundation of Australasian college of surgeons, 178a
    • Barr Smith Library,
      • opening, 6
      • opening including history of university developments 1871 to 1932, 7
      • to open at night, 26
      • Governor General visits library, 44
      • over 70 applications for Librarian’s position, 85
      • Librarian appointed, 116
      • photograph, 179
      • library praised as suitable for purpose, 186s
    • Barr Smith Prize,
      • Eric Ronald Corney awarded Barr Smith Prize, 114
    • Barr Smith, Robert,
      • opening of Barr Smith Library erected in his memory, 6, 7
    • Barr Smith, Thomas Elder,
      • paid for erection of Barr Smith Library, 6, 7
      • reviewer of Australian libraries praised Barr Smith Library, 186s
      • photograph, 7
      • 69th Birthday, 60
      • generous donor, 63
      • provided scholarships to St Andrew’s College, 129
    • Barrien, Miss B S,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study science, 78
    • Barwell, Sir Henry N,
      • retires as Agent General for South Australia, 74
    • Basedow, Dr Herbert,
      • obituary, 86
      • his collections purchased for Canberra ethnological museum, 143, 144
    • Bates, Mrs Daisy,
      • New Year Honours, 186l
    • Beard, Dr Roland,
      • demonstrated surgery, 178a
    • Beaver, Mrs H P,
      • at reception in Town Hall for attendees at conference, 178b
    • Beaver, Miss,
      • at reception at Town Hall for attendees at conference, 178b
    • Becker, Dr J H,
      • application for registration Medical Board of SA refused, 161
    • Begg, P R,
      • appointed dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Behan, Dr J C V,
      • secretary of Australian branch of Rhodes Trust, 145
    • Benham, Dr A,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Benham, E W,
      • committee member of Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Bentivoglio, Dr Marie,
      • NSW delegate to Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • photograph, 178b
      • spoke on value of broadcasting in education, 178b
      • member of group who sent resolutions to Chairman of ABC on use of wireless in education, 178b
    • Benzie, Alfred Charles,
      • awarded diploma at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Bequests, Gifts & Endowments,
      • Fred Johns leaves bequest for establishment of Fred Johns Scholarship for biography, 61, 66
      • list of gifts, 66
      • ten years ago, legacy from Mrs Jane Marks for medical school, 62
      • various gifts, 63
      • M Rees George Scholarship for women only to be established, 84
      • summary of major bequests since foundation, 127
      • George Gollin provided for a gift of 20,000 as endowment for Chair of Commerce, 151
      • Professor Cleland gifted authoritative handbook to government, 152
      • gift to university revoked by codicil in will of Sir Josiah Symon, 165, 166
      • donation for research work by Associated Smelters, 172
      • donation by Mrs Eleanor Davies Thomas, 172
    • Bermingham, Valmai,
      • played solo violin at student concert, 168
    • Berry, Miss F W,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
      • said simpler for teachers to arrange to arrange exchanges in English speaking countries than foreign ones, 178b
    • Besanko, Maurice Hier,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Betts, Dr L O,
      • demonstrated surgical technique at Seventh Annual Surgeon Conference, 178a
    • Bevan, Frederick,
      • his student performed in student concert, 168
    • Biaggini, Ernest Gordon,
      • to study in London, 58, 66
    • Bickersteth, Rev Kenneth J F,
      • supported motion forming Friends of Public Library, 25
      • to be member of Oxford Society of Adelaide, 44
      • presented annual report, 64
      • resigned as Headmaster of St Peter’s College, photograph, 73
      • resigned from council of St Mark’s College, 83
      • council accepted resignation from Education Committee and Faculty of Arts, 83
      • meeting to be held on vacancy created by resignation, 84
      • farewelled, 112
    • Billing, Geoffrey C,
      • awarded Rockefeller Scholarship, 27
      • awarded PhD by London School of Economics, 161
      • photograph, short biography, 161
    • Bills, Allan Maynard,
      • to study at Oxford University, 128, 130
      • photograph, short biography, 128
    • Biochemistry, Department of,
      • donation for research work by Associated Smelters, 172
    • Birks, Walter Gordon,
      • reported theft of microscope, 147
    • Bishop, Miss E S,
      • Headmistress of Girton said it would be difficult to find more time for music in light of Dr Davies’ ideas, 158
    • Black, Mrs Jean,
      • played accompaniments at student concert, 168
    • Black, Dr J H,
      • appointed clinical assistant ophthalmologist, Adelaide Hospital, 104a
    • Black, John McConnell,
      • awarded Mueller Memorial Medal at ANZAAS Conference, 40
      • Mueller Medal presented, 81
      • elected president of Royal Society of South Australia, 106
      • author of book dealing with flora, 152
      • reported on story of trip to Petermann Range, 155
    • Blackburn, Arthur Seaforth,
      • appointed City Coroner, photograph, 103b
    • Board of Anthropological Research,
      • official film and stills shown of last expedition sponsored by Board studying life and customs of natives in Mann and Tomkinson ranges, 153
      • to administer funds from Rockefeller Foundation for scientific study of aborigines, 91
      • have organised another expedition, 91
      • annual anthropological expedition likely to start next month, 160
      • film shown of work of anthropology expedition, 164
      • party was formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
      • article by Professor J B Cleland reporting on expedition, 171
    • Board of Pharmaceutical Studies,
      • annual meeting regarding qualification for diploma, 161
    • Boas, I H,
      • Chief of Division of Forest Products discussed with CSIR committee the grading of timbers, 170
    • Boehm, R V,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • Bodleian Library,
      • appeal for funds, 27
    • Bonython Hall,
      • work to begin soon, 72
      • clearing of site, 73
      • articles setting out objections to site for hall, 73, 76, 79, 81, 82
      • work begins, 87
      • work on hall to create jobs for many, 88
      • foundation stone to be laid, 110
      • foundation stone laid, 116
      • description of ceremony, 117
      • photographs of preparatory ground clearing, 174
      • illustration of proposed Bonython Hall, 184
      • photographs of preparatory work for hall and of foundation stone ceremony, 181a, 186a
    • Bonython Prize,
      • William Anstey Wynes awarded Bonython Prize, 118
    • Bonython, Mrs J Lavington,
      • attended Mayoral reception for delegates of conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Bonython, Sir Langdon,
      • Vice-president of Friends of Public Library, 34
      • gift to finance building of Bonython Hall, 72
      • building of hall creates jobs, 88
      • 36th year as knight, 84
      • chair of Ridley Memorial Committee, 103
      • biography, 85th birthday, 106
      • to lay foundation stone, 110
      • laid foundation stone, 116
      • description of ceremony, Sir Langdon’s part recognised, 117
      • photographs, 106, 107, 175, 181a
      • donated prize for best thesis on legal subject written at university, 118
      • Illustration of Hall, 184
    • Booth, Edward Harold,
      • submitted affidavit in regard to role of late Prof H G Chapmen in Royal Society of NSW, 186e
    • Booth, Edward Stirling,
      • awarded Margaret Catto scholarship to Melbourne University, 123
    • Bornstein, Peter,
      • to conduct South Australian Orchestra, 15
      • played in chamber music concert, 34
      • wants music in schools, 34
      • member of council of Musical Association of SA, 95
      • gave violin recital, 98
      • in chamber music recitals, 107, 112
      • off to London, 114
      • gave concert in Grotrian Hall, 142
      • gave recital in Elder Hall, 144, 145, 146
      • one of his pupils performed, 151
      • in string quartet, 25, 29, 145, 146, 151, 154, 160, 161, 162, 164, 169, 173
      • violin solos, 153
      • outlined goals of music salon, 157, 160
      • performed in concert to commemorate Frederick Delius, 160, 161
      • to give recitals in England, 165, 168
      • played in innovative short musical interlude, 165, 167
      • to assist in concert on reconstructed Elder Hall Organ, 167
      • appointed for two more years, 168
      • his student, Helen Margarey, played in students’ concert, 168
      • to return to teach violin for two years, 169
      • in recital for re-opening of Organ, 170
      • leaving for London, 170
      • to remain in England, 171
      • soloist at South Australian Orchestra concert, 173
      • to take part in concert on rebuilt organ, 175
    • Borth, Dr Mary,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Bosworth, Richard Charles Leslie,
      • researching new methods of observing infra ray, 68
      • awarded a science research scholarship tenable at Cambridge, 90, 100
    • Botanic Garden,
      • controversy over proposed location of TB Clinic site on Frome Road, 186c
    • Botany, Study of,
      • appointment of Dr Joseph Garnett Wood to Chair of Botany, 156
    • Both, E T,
      • local researcher developed improved cardiograph machine, 168
    • Boulger, Professor Edward Vaughan,
      • fifty years since appointed to Hughes Chair, 70
    • Boundy, C A P,
      • won bursary for St Mark’s College, 6
    • Boundy, C P,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Bowering, Dr Beryl,
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Braddon, Sir Henry,
      • gave Joseph Fisher lecture in 1925, 172, 173
    • Bragg, Sir William Henry,
    • Bragg, Professor William Lawrence,
      • short biographies, 10, 89
      • asked to represent university at laying of foundation stone in London, 84
    • Brewster-Jones, H,
      • commented on music of Constant Lambert, 18
      • to assess applications for Elder scholarships, 113
      • conducts examinations for Elder Scholarships, 114
      • awards Elder scholarships, 115
    • Bright, C,
      • committee member of Labor Club, 104
    • Bright, C H,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study law, 78
    • British Association for the Advancement of Science,
      • Adelaide staff attendees at Centenary Conference return, 1
    • British Medical Association,
      • SA Branch of BMA formed in 1879, 41
      • F A Maguire, Sydney surgeon to deliver annual Listerian address to branch, 85
      • Government acting on BMA recommendation for TB Clinic site, 186c
    • Britten Jones, Dr Alan Thomas,
      • gave demonstrations at conference of surgeons, 132
      • replacing Dr P S Messent in his absence, 130
    • Britten Jones, Dr E,
      • President of British Medical Association, wrote a protest about proposed TB Clinic site, 186c
      • indicated willingness to join local society of former Oxford students, 44
      • attended gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Bromley, Mr,
      • discussed causes of dry weather in SA and possible Antarctic influence, 153
    • Bronner, Rudolph,
      • on leave in Adelaide from Freiburg University, 140
      • to give lecture on “Influence of German nationalism on Education”, 146
      • summary of lecture on Nazi education, 152
      • attended third annual general meeting of Graduate Union, 152
      • lecture on Hitler’s ambitions, 154
      • letter to editor commenting on Bronner lecture, 155
      • lecture on Nazi leaders, ”Goering Strong Man of Germany”, 156
    • Brookman, Mrs George,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Brown, Dr Gilbert,
      • spoke as anaesthetist at Seventh Annual Surgeon Conference, 178a
    • Brown, H P,
      • postal director made CMG in New Year Honours, photograph, 186l
    • Brown, Harold Barnden,
      • gave expert evidence in case of stealing microscopes, 147
    • Brown, J A V Senior,
      • photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
    • Brown, Miss M,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Browne, C Harding,
      • Treasurer, Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Browne, Dr John Walter,
      • appointed honorary commissioner to report on treatment of tubercular diseases, 10
    • Browning-Pomeroy, Alan,
      • won a J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Bruce, S M,
      • gave Joseph Fisher lecture, 172, 173
    • Bruce, Sir Wallace,
      • Chair of Dental Board, 1, 2
    • Brummitt, Dr Robert Douglas,
      • obituary, 84
    • Brumby, Alan,
      • camel handler and lease holder assisted expedition, 101
    • Buildings,
      • daughter of architect of university building has drawing by her father of design, 172
      • opening of Barr Smith Library, 6
      • progress in construction of university buildings, 63
      • description of proposed Bonython Hall, 72
      • letter protesting at site of Bonython Hall, 73
      • Johnson chemical laboratories opening, 85, 87
      • university buildings praised by visiting architect, 86
      • demolition of powder magazine and beautification of grounds, 121
      • Vice chancellor provides new gates for Frome Road, 121
      • sixty years of progress, 127
      • federal government funds for new chemistry building will assist unemployed, 31
      • council to consider plan for new chemistry building, 33
      • improvements to Exhibition Building, 88, 89a
      • no further improvements expected for Exhibition Building, 160
      • Vice Chancellor in saying Oval fence should go, suggests other buildings, 162
      • photograph of Barr Smith Library, 179
      • photographs of construction of Bonython Hall, 181a, 186a
      • sketch of proposed Great Hall, Bonython Hall, 184
      • photographs of Johnson laboratory, 182, 184
      • photograph of Victoria Drive elm trees and university buildings, 186r
    • Bull, Dr L B,
      • to attend 21st ANZAAS Conference, 30
      • left as director of laboratory at Adelaide Hospital, photograph, 124
      • replaced by Professor Cleland as honorary pathologist at Adelaide Hospital, 141
      • resigned as lecturer in bacteriology to take up research position with CSIR, 104a, 110
    • Bundey Prize for English Verse,
      • Elizabeth Wells wins, 22
      • no award for 1934, 146
    • Burdon, R S,
      • to provide details re 22nd ANZAAS Conference, 6
      • to give paper at 22nd ANZAAS Conference, 30
      • to research surface tensions of liquids in physics department, 68
    • Burgess, Miss A,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Burnard, Mrs Alex,
      • sang in organ recital program played by J Horner, 17
      • sang in recital in Elder Hall, 146
      • appointed secretary of Adelaide Music Salon, 157
      • read minutes of inaugural meeting to propose Adelaide Music Salon, 160
      • appointed secretary of executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Burnard, Dr David Alexander,
      • appointed to staff, photograph, 71
      • awarded Doctorate of Music, biography and photograph, 55
      • reviews of Elder Conservatorium Chamber Music, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 34, 47, 80, 83, 85, 90a, 122, 135, 162, 168, 173
      • reviews of performances by South Australian Orchestra, 30, 37, 86, 90, 142, 160, 161, 167, 168, 173
      • reviews of Elder staff concerts, 12, 25, 43, 87, 93, 104, 153, 172
      • conservatorium program for 1934, 129
      • Peter Bornstein’s recital, 144
      • played in staff concerts, 153, 173
      • held special classes in musical appreciation in school, 186g
    • Burnard, Dr R G,
      • appointed clinical assistant at Adelaide Hospital, 39
    • Burnell, Dr G H,
      • appointed assistant to surgical section at Adelaide Hospital, 39
      • demonstrated at conference of Royal Australasian Conference of Surgeons, 132
    • Burns, Dr Chester Arnold,
      • lecture on pyorrhea, 32, 33
    • Burston, Dr S R,
      • on leave from hospital, going abroad, 78
      • his MRCP registered by Medical Board, 144
    • Butler, Lucy,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Butler, Mr, (Premier)
      • pleased to see Abe Shannon in New Year Honours, 186l
      • defended choice of TB Clinic site, 186c
      • gave reasons for Teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Byrne, Lorna,
      • member of group who sent resolutions to Chairman of ABC on use of wireless in education from Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
  • C

    • C R Morris Scholarship,
      • awarded to Angus Jamieson and Marvyn Smith, photograph, 180
    • Cairns, Dr Hugh William Bell,
      • Rhodes Scholar for 1919, 68
      • in London, pioneers new techniques for brain surgery in two operations, 68, 114
    • Calendar, 1882,
      • report on university buildings and calendar, 6
    • Callaghan, Dr A,
      • unable to attend gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Callaghan, Dr Allen R,
      • gave report at annual prize giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
      • appointed Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, short biographies, 24, 33, 114
      • photograph, 24, 33
    • Calvary Private Hospital,
      • operation performed, discussion afterwards as part of Seventh Annual Conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Cameron, Mr,
      • to take part in debate arranged by Men’s Union and Labour Club, 155
      • spoke in support of teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Campbell, Professor Arthur Lang,
      • member of committee of Friends of Public Library, 34
      • importance of France's agreement to accept Germany's final reparations payment, 30
      • to lecture in public lecture program, 85
      • gave lecture on “The History of the Commonwealth Constitution, Its Development and Interpretation”, 97
    • Campbell, Dr Thomas Draper,
      • to speak in 1932 public lecture program, 24
      • gave lecture on Aborigines ‘petering out’, 27
      • gave lecture on origins of the Aborigines, 28
      • Secretary to Board of Anthropological Research introduced lecturers reporting on expedition to central Australia, 164
      • provided commentary on films and stills taken on expedition, 153
      • appointed member of executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
      • annual anthropological expedition to central Australia likely to leave next month, 160
      • in party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
    • Canberra University College,
      • J Q Ewens appointed Secretary of college, 186h
      • council submitted reasons for establishment of national residential university, 168
    • Carey, Clive,
      • appointed teacher of singing, 151
    • Carey, E J,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study public administration, 78
    • Carman, S H,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Carnegie Corporation,
      • funds investigation of US education by teachers college lecturer, 34
      • Australian Council for Educational Research acknowledges contribution, 44
      • to undertake survey of Australian libraries, 122
      • has appointed Ralph Munn and E R Pitt to conduct survey of Australian libraries, 144
      • reports from Ralph Munn, on behalf of Carnegie Corporation, 155
      • representative praises Adelaide’s university and public buildings, 51
      • to give grant to University of Tasmania for adult education, 124
      • offered grant to pay for research at Waite Institute, 140
    • Casson, Leslie Frank,
      • left to take PhD at Oxford, 40
    • Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship,
      • applications called, 110
      • present holder of scholarship studying and working in England, 112
      • awarded to Agnes Dorsch, 115
    • Cavanagh-Mainwaring, Dr Wentworth Rowland,
    • Ceremonies & Celebrations,
      • Dr A Grenfell Price on Citizens' Committee to plan Royal Visit, 134
      • invitation to staff to attend 500th Anniversary of University of Catania, Sicily, 146
      • council sent greetings for Centenary celebrations of Berne (Switzerland) University, 147
      • ceremony to confer Doctor of Laws on royal visitor, 151, 179a
    • Champion de Crespigny, Nancy,
      • BA degree conferred in special session, 154
    • Champion, H W,
      • in New Year Honours for public service in Papua, 186l
    • Chancellors,
      • Sir George Murray stresses importance of scholarships to university, 43
      • Sir Elliott Lewis of University of Tasmania speaks in Adelaide urging students to understand university’s role in politics, 11
    • Chapman, C E,
      • appointed Deputy Government Analyst, 53
    • Chapman, Dr Henry George,
      • death of director of cancer research at Sydney University, 146, 147, 186e
      • unlikely position of director of cancer research to be filled in light of death, 151
      • manipulation of funds, 153
      • controversies in regard to his affairs, 186e
    • Chapman, Robert Hall,
      • elected to Council vacancy, short biography, 86
      • elected Chairman, Institution of Engineers (Australia), Adelaide division, photograph, 143
    • Chapman, Professor Robert William,
      • return from Centenary Conference of British Association for Advancement of Science, 1
      • states engineering graduates disadvantaged in getting work because of government control of jobs, 2
      • argued against establishment of science centre in Canberra, 8
      • argued for retention of Adelaide Observatory, 11, 12
      • showed Japanese Vice-Admiral around university, photograph, 16
      • spoke at CTA dinner, 38
      • success of students from engineering school, 38
      • hoped that before long there would be a large number of graduates in parliament, 145
      • proposed toast at first annual dinner of Men’s Union, 145
      • to give lecture on suspension bridges, 146
      • gave lecture on “Suspension Bridges”, 158
      • photographs, 2, 16, 175
    • Chapple, Frederick,
      • in 1883, F Chapple replaced Dr (William) Gosse as Warden of Senate, 103b
    • Charleston, David Morley,
      • death of one of state’s first senators, 186h
    • Chemistry, Study of,
      • new diploma in chemistry to be created, 63
      • Professor Kerr Grant highlighted construction of new chemistry building, 68
      • photograph of new chemistry laboratory, 182
    • Christian, Mr,
      • opposed bill to cut teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Cilento, Dr Raphael West,
      • applied to Court for leave from attendance as a law student, 157
      • donated collection of New Guinea skulls and Melanesian brains to Australian Institute of Anatomy, 166
      • to deliver lecture at 1932 ANZAAS meeting, 26, 30
      • gave Anne Mackenzie Oration on Control of Climate, 77
      • short biography, 116
    • Clarence, Francis Edward,
      • technician arrested for stealing of two microscopes, 146, 147
    • Clark, A. W,
      • awarded diploma in pharmacy, 161
    • Clark, Alexander,
      • former role in music education carried on by F Gratton, 169
    • Clark, J D,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Clark, Mrs M A,
      • to receive a share in profit from sale of vineyards in Sir Josiah Symon's will, 166
    • Clark, Robert John, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
      • appointed secretary of Law Society, short biography, 142
    • Clarke, Laurence Eric,
      • appointed magistrate, 125
    • Clarke, R J,
      • appointed secretary of Law Society of South Australia, 142
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Clarkson, A E,
      • Vice-president of Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Cleland, Professor John Burton,
      • introduced film on expedition to Cockatoo Creek, 32
      • in expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
      • argued a scientist should be available to advise parliament on matters affected by science, 45
      • found Fleshy Shearwater, photograph, 53
      • appointed Chair of Advisory Council of Aborigines, 83
      • led anthropological expedition to Ernabella, 91, 101
      • awarded Sir Joseph Verco Medal, 107, 140
      • short biography, 140
      • appointed honorary pathologist, Adelaide Hospital, photograph, 141
      • appointed to Central Board of Health, 141
      • article on aborigines of Central Australia published in Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Society of South Australia, 125
      • provided commentary on films and stills taken on expedition, 153
      • in annual expedition, 167
      • reported on work of annual anthropological expedition to Central Australia, 171
      • gifted authoritative handbook belonging to series on fauna and flora of SA, 152
    • Cleland, Peter Fullarton,
      • won a John Gordon scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Close, Dr, W J,
      • appointed honorary assistant surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 39
      • reappointed honorary assistant surgeon, 141
      • resigned as honorary assistant surgeon, 151
    • Close, Mrs John,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Clubs, associations & societies,
      • annual business meeting and election of officers of Classical Association, 29
      • captain of cricket club, T L Ewens, admitted as associate of ICAA, 186h
      • first meeting of Labor Club, 104
      • Medical Students' Society held luncheon for Sir Henry Simpson Newland and Dr Bronte Smeaton, 104a
      • Third Annual Meeting of Graduates Union, 152
      • Professor H J Wilkinson appointed President of Union, 140
      • university sports year book to be released, 162
      • students from all faculties involved in intellectual societies, sport clubs, associations, 150
      • Professor Hancock presided at meeting of International Club, 11
      • Professor Duncan Hall addressed International Club, 18
      • Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand, Professor Hytton recommends coordination of rail and motor transport at meeting, 15
      • Women’s Union, amendments to legacy from Sir Josiah Symon, 165
      • Labor Club invited students to hear Leader of Opposition speak on unemployment, 173
      • photograph of students being addressed by Mr Scullin at invitation of Labor Club, 174
      • Men’s Union Debate, 186m
    • Clucas, R J M,
      • former University Librarian died in 1930, 78
    • Coad, Alan,
      • performed in Opera Class production of "Faust", 154
    • Coats, Claude Hampson,
      • awarded David Murray Scholarship, 125
    • Cockburn, Malcolm Turner,
      • Doctor of Medicine degree to be conferred, 146, 155
    • Cocks, A D,
      • appointed dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Colebatch, Dr J H,
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Colquhuon, T T,
      • assistant lecturer in botany inspects rabbit damage at Koonamore reserve, 26
    • Commane, Teresa,
      • played in students' concert, 151
    • Commerce, Study of,
      • prospectus available for diploma in commerce, 128
      • Queensland University initiates external studies for Bachelor of Commerce, 186d
      • annual meeting of Commerce Students Association, 11
    • Community relations,
      • Dr Harold Davies supports an interstate music festival, 11
      • Advertiser reports on University Open Day, 19, 20
    • Conferences & seminars,
      • Sir William Mitchell attend annual congress of Australian Association of Psychology and Philosophy, 145, 146
      • Professor G V Portus returned from ABC conference on national relay talks, 170
      • conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • conference of Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Connor, Julian Dove,
      • obituary, 6
    • Cook, K,
      • member of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Cooke, Dr William Ternant,
      • to attend ANZAAS Conference, 30, 38
    • Coombe, A,
      • gained an award in public administration, 66
    • Copland, Professor D B,
      • gave Fisher lecture in 1921, 172, 173
    • Copp, Detective,
      • gave evidence in case of stolen microscopes, 147
    • Corbin, Alice,
      • performed in student concert, 168
    • Corbin, Professor Horace Hugh,
      • letter on forestry policy in South Australia, 36
      • obituary, 118
    • Corbin, Dr J O,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Corbin, Mrs John,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Corbin, Margaret,
      • performed in student concert, 168
    • Corney, Eric Ronald,
      • awarded Barr Smith Prize, 114
    • Cornish, A E,
      • in party of engineering students going on tour, 167
    • Cottrell, E,
      • in party of engineering students going on tour, 167
    • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,
      • Division of Animal Nutrition initiated by Professor Brailsford Robertson, 95
      • Sir Charles Martin finishes two years as chief of Division of Animal Nutrition, 95
      • meeting of Scientific Council, 168
      • overview of discussions at Council meeting, 170
    • Council, University of Adelaide,
      • accepted money to create Kate Weston Memorial Library, 45
      • donation for research work from Associated Smelters, 172
      • City of Adelaide Council condemns position of University Council, 81
      • members terms ending, 51
      • nominations to council, 85
      • election of member, 86
      • awarded scholarships, 115
      • approved list of candidates to receive degrees, 118
      • executive appointments, 6, 55, 145, 146
      • Mr Justice Angas Parsons member of Council, 84, 145
      • extra legacy for Davies-Thomas Scholarship, 146
      • conferred degree of Doctor of Medicine on Malcolm Turner Cockbourne, 146
      • University Council and Senate walked in procession to Government House to be presented to new Governor, 164
    • Coventry, F,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Cowan, Dr D R W,
      • protest against site chosen for TB Clinic, 186c
    • Cowan, William Albert,
      • appointment of Barr Smith Librarian, 100, 116
      • photograph, 116
      • in group who welcomed Ralph Munn, here to survey public libraries, 155
    • Cowden, Kenneth Laurence Brooke,
      • passed sixth and final year examinations, BM and BS degrees, 25
    • Cowper, Norman Lethbridge,
      • testified in investigations regarding financial matters of late Prof H G Chapmen, 186e
    • Cox, Carlton Ingham,
      • appointed to ICI laboratories in Melbourne, 52
    • Cox, David Vassal,
      • played in students concerts, 151, 168
      • played organ at recital for re-opening of Organ, 170
      • played in midday organ recital, 172
      • awarded Elder Scholarship, 115
      • photographs, 115, 182
    • Cox, D W,
      • won J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
    • Cozens, Vida,
      • played in students’ concert, 168
    • Crabb, Shirley,
      • sang in Students' concert, 151
    • Craker, A E,
      • gained an awarded in public administration, 66
    • Crampton, Miss Hope,
      • at Women’s Union annual dinner, 119
    • Crawford, Rev Dr Lionel Payne,
    • Creswell Scholarship,
      • awarded to Winifred May Lihou, 128
    • Cricket,
      • captain of cricket club, T L Ewens, admitted as associate of ICAA, 186h
    • Cronin, Alice,
      • played in Students’ concert, 168
    • Crosbie, Mr,
      • ruled out amendment to Teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Crouch, Reginald,
      • sang in Students' concert, 151
      • performed in Opera class production of "Faust”, 154
    • Cudmore, Dr A M,
      • appointed Chair of new Dental Board, 1, 2
      • in debate over Dental Bill, Butler asks if people think Dr Cudmore faked examinations, 54
      • reappointed to Dental Board, 70
      • appointed member of Medical Board, 25
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151, 152
    • Cumpston, Dr J H L,
      • reported progress in treating cancer at Medical Congress, Hobart, 186f
    • Curriculum development,
      • University of Adelaide’s progress, 63, 91
    • Curwen's Elementary Certificate,
      • mentioned in discussion of teaching music in schools, 158
    • Cutner, Dr Philip,
      • biography of appointee to Institute of Anatomy, Canberra, 166
  • D

    • Dale, Dr John,
      • gave address on public health at Medical Congress, Hobart, 186f
    • Daniel, C L,
      • gave apprenticeship to first woman graduate of diploma of pharmacy, 162
    • Darsow, Martin,
      • awarded Grade 111 Theory of Music Exhibition, 51
    • Davey, Dr Constance Muriel,
      • commented on Professor Elton Mayo's research on industrial efficiency, 5
      • to be at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • welcomed to conference of Institute of Public Administration, 103b
      • attended conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • David Murray Scholarship,
      • won by Eric William Gray, 4
      • awarded to C H Coats, 125
    • David, Sir Tannatt Willliam Edgeworth,
      • speech opens 21st ANZAAS conference, 40
      • vice president of geology section of ANZAAS conference, 36
      • to publish book on geology of Australia, Adelaide geologists to help, 48
      • in Adelaide gathering material on Commonwealth geology, 46
      • article on SA fossils, 49
      • to publish new work next year, 62
      • in SA for further work on fossils, 81
      • given Emeritus Professorship by University of Sydney, 83
      • comments on Mawson expedition to craters, 124
      • Antarctic explorer and writer, 161
      • death, obituaries, 170, 171, 172
      • photographs, 40, 83, 170
    • Davidson, A C,
      • gave Fisher lecture on topic, “Australia’s part in international recovery”, 29
      • gave Fisher lecture in 1932, 172, 173
    • Davidson, F G,
      • Librarian of Circulating Library concerned at criticism by R A Munn, 186s
    • Davidson, Dr James,
      • Head of entomological dept at Waite leading research against thrips, 29, 45, 104a
    • Davidson, Professor John,
      • in 1882, Rev W R Fletcher the temporary appointment as lecturer in English Literature after death of Professor Davidson, 51
    • Davies, Professor Edward Harold,
      • outlined program coming musical season, 6
      • challenge of ‘canned’ music, photograph, 8
      • his speech commented on by City organist, 9
      • praised former teacher, I G Reimann, 9
      • supports interstate music festival, 11
      • discusses SA orchestra program for 1932 and finance issues, 12
      • elected Chair of Australian Music Examinations Board, 16
      • organised series of chamber music concerts to mark bicentenary of Haydn’s birth, 16
      • letter to editor on music of Constant Lambert, 18
      • response to his comments on Constant Lambert, 18, 19
      • brief biographies, 33, 92, 160
      • issues invitations for student operas, 34
      • spoke on SA Orchestra concert clashes, 41
      • to present associates in music for 1932 and scholars for 1933, 58
      • easy access to music by expert musicians discouraging children from playing, 74
      • gave lecture on the Faculty of Music, 78
      • pays tribute to Peter Bornstein, 98
      • stresses importance of educating emotions through music, 98
      • member of council of S.A. Music Teachers Association, 1906, 101
      • conducts examinations for Elder scholarships, 114
      • to assess applications for Elder Scholarships, 113
      • awarded Elder scholarships, 115
      • praised young pianist, Allan Giles, 116
      • fare-welled Hilda Gill and Peter Bornstein, 122
      • outlined program for 1934, 129
      • says Australian child shows aptitude for music, 131
      • advice to students, 133
      • to broadcast three talks, 133
      • supported scheme for founding Adelaide Music Salon, 157
      • campaign for teaching music in schools to matriculation level, 158, 159
      • issued invitations for performance of "Faust”, 151
      • Australia should have national symphony orchestra, 154
      • praised by Percy Grainger, 164
      • campaign for more music study in schools, 158, 159, 166, 168, 169
      • SA Orchestra gave extra concert as tribute to P. Grainger and Professor Davies, 169
      • at luncheon in honour of organist, 172
      • Hilda Gill wrote to Professor Davies about her musical experience on Continent, 172
      • had honorary degree conferred by University of WA, 142
      • thanks Percy Grainger, 144
      • informs teachers of Australian Music Examinations Board’s decision to extend music studies in schools, 158
      • his proposals to change teaching of music in schools debated, 158, 159
      • musical genius and its training, 186k
      • photographs, 12, 129, 160
    • Davies, Sir Walford,
      • actions of English expert quoted in teaching music in schools demonstration at Conservatorium, 168
      • “Ten Years Ago” wrote to support approval of appointment of Clive Carey, 151
    • Davies-Thomas Scholarship,
      • legacy to augment initial funds, 146
    • Davies-Thomas, Dr John,
      • scholarship founded in his memory by his wife, Mrs. E Davies-Thomas, 146
    • Davis, Harold Fosbery,
      • student punished for souvenir hunting in Hobart, 186r
    • Davis, R W,
      • Vice President Labor Club, 104
      • took part in debates of Labor Club and Men’s Union, 155, 186m
      • chairman of Labor Club on university education, 172
      • presided at meeting where Mr Scullin spoke on unemployment, 173
    • Davy, Dr R,
      • attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Dawbarn, Richard B,
      • winner of Joseph Fisher Medal, 172, 173
    • Dawe, R,
      • provided musical entertainment at Annual Dinner of Men's Union, 145
    • Dawes, E R,
      • spoke on different phases of Labor movement, 104
      • will propose debate topic for Labor Club and Men’s Union, 155
    • Dawkins, A M,
      • Chairman of Council of Control at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Dawkins, Lindsay Cramp,
      • studying structural engineering in London, 45
      • admitted as associate of Royal Institute of British Architects, 125
    • Dawkins, Mrs S L,
      • at meeting to proposed founding music salon, 157
      • elected to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Day, R S,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Dean, Brigader-General George Henry, VD,
      • made CBE in Honours list, 23
    • de Crespigny, Dr C T C,
      • appointed to Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 145
    • de Crespigny, Nancy Champion,
      • BA conferred ad eundem gradum, 155
    • Delaney, Detective Sergeant,
      • affairs of late Prof H G Chapman, 186a, 186c
    • Delmont, W G,
      • left for US for further research in dental science, 170
    • Dempster, John,
      • city organist responding to address by Professor E Harold Davies, claimed there was no true love of music among music teachers trained academically, 9
    • Dental Board of South Australia,
      • member of Dental Board calls for government action to improve teeth of South Australians, 186h
      • new membership of the reconstituted Dental Board, 1, 2
      • members of former board, 1, 2
      • board membership appointments, 70
      • member of board protests against amendments to Dental Bill, 50
      • board members resign after amendments to Dental Bill passed, 56
    • Dental Congress,
      • Congress President, Dr H T J Edwards, on use of Toothbrush, 102
      • Dental Museum to be feature of Congress, 102
      • Dr Edwards opposed nationalisation, 102a
      • dental work among children, 186h
      • member of Dental Board calls for government action to improve teeth of South Australians, 186h
      • advances in dental science, 186h
    • Dentistry, Faculty of,
      • Dean of Faculty, Dr Cudmore, chair of reconstituted Dental Board, 1, 2
    • Dentistry, Study of,
      • debate on entry to dentistry registration for unqualified assistants by sitting an examination rather than doing a course, or even solely on years of experience 21, 48, 49
      • member of Dental Board opposes changes to Dental Bill, 50
      • Dental Association claims standard of training threatened, 50, 51, 54, 56
      • advances in dental science, working with children, 186h
      • Dental Museum to open for Congress, 102
    • Devine, H B,
      • in 1926 supported formation of College of Australasian surgeons, 178a
    • Discombe, Lorna,
      • MA degree conferred in Council meeting, 154, 155
    • Distance Education,
      • University of Queensland to offer courses by correspondence, 186d
    • Dodd, J E,
      • has reconstructed organ he originally built, 167, 170
    • Dodwell, George Frederick,
      • government astronomer argues for retention of Adelaide Observatory, 3
      • his work at observatory, 10, 14
      • observed comet, 65, 66
      • supported proposal for co-operation between universities and observatories, 100
    • Doenau, Topsy,
      • piano accompanist at Midday organ recital, 172
    • Dollard, Miss,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Dolling, Mrs C E,
      • spoke on technical developments in broadcasting at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • member of subcommittee of Women’s Graduate Union which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Dorsch, Agnes,
      • awarded Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 115
      • biography, photograph, 115
    • Dorsch, Theodor Siegfried,
      • won awards at St Mark’s College, 6
      • supports women students’ appeal for Barr Smith Library to open in evenings, 11
      • selected as Rhodes Scholar, 66
      • biography, photograph of new Rhodes Scholar, 58, 115
      • leaving for Oxford, 114
    • Dorsch, Dr Wilhelm Bernard,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • awarded Everard Scholarship and BMA Prize, 115
      • biography, photograph, 115
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Dowie, Lincoln David,
      • biography, awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1934, 162
      • photograph, 162
    • Downer, F J,
      • Vice-president of Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Downey, Dr Michael Henry,
      • obituary of Superintendent of Parkside Mental Hospital, 81
    • Doyle, L J, LLB.,
      • appointed to position in Commonwealth Public Service, brief biography, 152
    • Dridan, J R,
      • engineer engaged in work on locks on River Murray, 150
    • Drummond, A.A.,
      • said he hoped members of Labor Club would assist the Socialist School of Thought, 104
    • Duffield, Dr Walter,
      • principal founder of Mt Stromolo Observartory for solar work, 159
    • Duhig, Dr J V,
      • made plea for use of pathological diagnosis, Australian Medical Congress, 186f
    • Duiguid, Dr C,
      • gave demonstrations and took part in discussions at conference for surgeons, 132
    • Duguid, Mrs C,
      • to be at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
    • Dumas, Vic,
      • reported work of H H Finlayson in Petermann Range, 155
    • Dunn, J M,
      • member of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
      • member of council of SA Music Teachers Association, 101
    • Dwyer, Dr,
      • current medical registrar at Adelaide Hospital also temporarily surgical registrar and outpatients registrar, 135
  • E

    • Eardley, Frederick William,
      • registrar goes on leave, returns, 11, 15, 139
      • gave lecture on “The Necessity of Poetry”, photograph, 38
      • in term vacation registry staff do routine work, photograph, 41
      • no need for women’s college yet, though will be one in time, 46
      • believes number of entries for public exams will be similar to last year, 47
      • three applications made for John Lorenzo Young Scholarship for research, 51
      • says failure in English literature in intermediate examination will not fail candidates who demonstrate adequate grasp of the language, 71
      • expects transfer of Jubilee Oval to university soon, 98
      • reports interest in Adelaide of using graduate students to give of their time to do some teaching, 110
      • article on university’s sixty years of progress, 127
      • on helping graduates find jobs, 157
      • back from Melbourne after visit on private business, 170
    • Eardley, Mrs F W,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Earl, Professor John Campbell,
      • Adelaide graduate elected Dean of Faculty of Science at Sydney University, 121
    • Eaton, J H O,
      • Imperial Service Order conferred in King's birthday Honours list, 148
    • Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand,
      • Professor Hytton recommends co-ordination of rail and motor transport at meeting, 15
    • Economics, Chair of,
      • appointment of Professor E O G Shann, 109, 110
    • Economics, Study of
      • still at the clever guessing stage’, 43
    • Edgar, G,
      • handwriting expert gives evidence in case of stolen microscope, 147
    • Edison, Mary,
      • performed in students concert, 168
    • Edwards, C V,
      • moved admission of Gronway Lewis Morris to Bar, 65
    • Edwards, Dr Hurtle Thomas Jack,
      • member of new Dental Board, 1, 2
      • resigned from Dental Board after amendment to Dental Bill passed, 56
      • Dr Edwards to attend executive meeting of Australian Dental Association, 85
      • succeeded on Dental Board by G A Randle, 70
      • President of Dental Congress, 102
      • on use of toothbrush, 102
      • against nationalisation, 102a
      • photograph, 102
      • commented on dental work among children, 186h
    • Elder Prize,
      • Miss Knight awarded Elder Prize for physiology in 1883, 78
    • Elder Scholarships,
      • for violin, awarded to Marie Sleigh, 59, 186k
      • for violin, awarded to Teresa Audrey Commane, 83
      • awarded to Otto Fischer in 1883, 89a
      • applications closed, 113
      • examinations for scholarships being conducted, 40 candidates, 114
      • three scholarships awarded, 115
      • photograph of three winners, 182
    • Elder, Sir Thomas,
      • in 1882 gave ₤3,000 for scholarship to Royal College of Music, London, 43
      • in 1883 gave ten thousand pounds to establish medical school, 121, 157
    • Elder's Trustee & Executor Co Ltd,
      • trustees and executor of Sir Josiah Symon’s Will, 165, 166
    • Eldridge, E,
      • member of expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
    • Elix, R H,
      • presented with Pharmacy Board certificate, 161
    • Elliot, Keith, LLB,
      • admitted as practitioner, 141
      • received Bachelor of Laws at special Conferring of degrees, 154, 155
    • Ellis, Dr Roy Gilmore,
      • likely to represent Australia at Dental Congress in Toronto, 18
    • Emery, Robert Eustice,
      • awarded Diploma of second class at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Emslie, H J,
      • secretary of Institutes Association expects Mr Munn here shortly to begin survey of SA libraries, 151
    • Engineering, Bachelor of,
      • J S Hall elected associate of Royal Institute of British Architects, 167
      • Two parties of engineering students going on study tours, 167
    • Engineering, Study of,
      • letter to Editor proposing on overcrowding of engineering profession, 76
      • if sufficient interest, a course of thirty lectures will be given in industrial engineering, 78
      • annual survey by students in Kuitpo Forest, 127, 128, 129
      • engineering students to go on tour, 167
      • Institution of Civil Engineering London recognizes Adelaide engineering courses, 168
      • successes of engineering students, 38
      • Miss E A Stoney spoke of women’s engineering work during the war, at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • England, H N, BSc,
      • South Australian working in NSW on soil research, 39
    • English, Chair of; Jury Chair of English Literature,
      • Mrs G A Jury endowed Jury Chair of English Literature in husband’s honour, 11, 13
    • English, Study of
      • A M Kirkwood appointed in Dr Bald’s absence, 66
    • Ennis, Dr Matthew,
      • appointed professor of music, first president of SA Music Teachers Association, 101
    • Enrolment,
      • 1932 enrolment figures, 8
    • Equipment & Furniture,
      • description of instrument to find lost radium needles, 144
    • Eric Smith Scholarship,
      • awarded in connection with Commercial Travellers Association for recipient to study for degree, 129
    • Establishment, University of Adelaide,
      • university’s progress, 63, 91, 127
    • Evans, E A,
      • took part in debate on Communism at Men’s Union, 144
    • Evening lectures,
      • list of subjects available by evening lectures if sufficient enrolments, 104a
    • Everard Scholarship,
      • Dr Wilhelm Bernard Dorsch awarded Everard Scholarship, 115
    • Evers, Mrs Alice,
      • received an annuity in Sir Josiah Symon’s will, 165
    • Ewens, John Qualtrough,
      • appointed legal assistant in Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department, 100
      • appointed secretary of Canberra University College, 186h
    • Ewens, L T,
      • Vice President of Student Union comments on girls on campus for social life, 90
      • admitted as an associate of Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, 186h
    • Examinations,
      • degree and diploma examinations to begin, 11
      • university to consider lower fees for intermediate, leaving and leaving honours exams, 13
      • university rejects lower fees for intermediate, leaving, leaving honours exams, 104a
      • BM and BS results, 25
      • universities suggest special examination for graduates for public service, 41
      • university examinations to begin, 51
      • university results to be published soon, public examinations to begin soon, 53
      • how to pass examinations, Headmasters’ advice, 45
      • features of examination season, 47
      • public examinations begin today, 56
      • aspects of examinations, 57
      • music exhibitions awarded on examination results, 51
      • details of degrees and diplomas to be awarded at next commemoration, 59, 61, 62
      • articles discussing impact of examinations on school education, 62
      • Mr Adey cautious about interpretation of different results for boys and girls, 71
      • Professor McKellar Stewart says too much homework injurious for 10 to 13 year-olds, 80
      • public examinations for intermediate and leaving require fewer subjects, 113, 114, 132
      • awards made for results of examinations, 115
      • attack on medical examination system, 116
      • leaving and supplementary examinations start, 129
      • graduates to enter public service without doing an examination, 140
      • examiners’ comments on 1933 papers, 141
      • fees for dental examinations to change, 146
      • value of public examinations questioned, 186g
      • examinations and learning in medieval times, 186j
    • Exhibition Building,
      • Future of Exhibition Building, 88, 89a, 160
    • Expeditions,
      • Mawson leads geology students to north-east part of SA, 145
      • films from last anthropological expedition shown, 153
      • annual anthropological expedition to central Australia, 160
      • work of anthropology expedition, 164
      • exploration of Northern Australia by air, 165
      • party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
      • Professor J B Cleland reported on journey through sand hills, 171
  • F

    • Fairbairn, Mr,
      • teacher at Adelaide College of Music, 101
    • Featherstone, Miss D,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Fees,
      • fees and total costs for medical students, 10
      • costs of studying Law, 103a
      • fees to be introduced for high school, 103a, 103b
      • no concession for fees for university examinations, 104a
      • costs of examinations in dentistry, 146
    • Fenner, Dr Charles Albert Edward,
      • returned from Conference of British Association for Advancement of Science, 1
      • lunched in Oxford with last three SA Rhodes scholars, 3
      • to attend 21st ANZAAS conference, 30
      • to contribute to comprehensive book on geology of Australia, 48
      • to cover physiography of SA, 48
      • to speak on possibilities of Murray-Darling Basin, 85, 89a
      • should be a limit to economy in providing education, 65
      • retold story of H H Finlayson’s trip into interior, 155
      • in photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
    • Fenner, Frank John,
      • in party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
      • awarded John Bagot Scholarship, 114
    • Fenwick, Constable L B,
      • Police Association supported unity of action between Association and Teachers Federation over teachers’ salary cut, 186p
    • Ferguson, William Rex,
      • awarded travelling scholarship in Forestry, 85
    • Fielding, L E,
      • in party of engineering students going on tour, 167
    • Finance,
      • see also Budget; Fees
      • unfilled professorial chairs caused by shortage of funds, 4
      • visitor from England says Australian university not as badly off as others, 48
      • grant to University reduced from ₤80,626 to ₤60,587, 11
      • grant sought for research into combatting thrips, 45
      • Dr Chapman’s manipulation of funds, 153
      • proposed allocation for first building for Canberra University refused, 155
      • concessions on Federal Land and Super Taxes, Sales Tax, and Primage, 186n
    • Finlayson, Dr C,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Finlayson, Henry Herbert,
      • to research mammals near Oodnadatta, 60, 65
      • difficult expedition to the Petermann Range, 155
      • left to continue research on mammals in Musgrave Ranges, accompanied by his brother, F H G Finlayson, 122
    • Finlayson, Ronald Nickels,
      • committee member, Friends of Public Library, 34
      • university representative on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, 111
    • Finnis, Rev H P,
      • at luncheon for organist Sydney Nicholson, 172
    • Fisher, Harold,
      • won awards for St Mark’s College, 6
    • Fisher, Winifred,
      • sang in students’ concert, 168
    • Fitz-Herbert, Professor John Aloysius,
      • appointed honorary university librarian, 2, 78
      • commented that Love’s thesis first recording of Worora tribal language, 103
      • presided at lecture by Rev J R B Love on "Mythology and Religion of the Worora Tribe of Aborigines", 170
    • Fletcher, Rev William Roby,
      • in 1882, temporarily appointed to chair of English after death of Professor Davidson, 51
      • 1883, elected Vice Chancellor, 95
    • Fletcher, Dr M W,
      • won a scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Florey, Dr Howard Walter,
      • appointed Professor of Pathology at Sheffield University, 10
    • Forestry, Study of,
      • wider use of Commonwealth Forestry Bureau for research, 126
      • Professor Corbin's letter on forestry policy in South Australia, 36, 126
    • Fowler, Laura Margaret,
      • see Hope, Dr Laura Margaret
    • Francis, Felicia,
      • sang in students’ concert, 168
    • Fraser, Harry Lovat,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Fred Johns Scholarship,
      • established for writing biography of George Fife Angas, 162
      • Fred Johns Scholarship for Biography, 61, 66
    • French, Study of,
      • Governor argued for more teaching of modern languages, 34
      • teacher supports Governor's plea but seeks changes in examination, 35
    • Freney, Martin Raphael,
      • CSIR Officer to study chemical aspects of blowflies at Leeds University, 43, 68
    • Fricker, Miss V,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Friends of the Public Library of South Australia,
      • university staff influential in forming organisation to support Public Library, 34
    • Frost, Mary,
      • secretary of Women’s Graduate Association to propose toast at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • spoke on problem of leisure at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • photograph, 178b
      • member of subcommittee of Women’s Graduate Union which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Fry, Dr Henry Kenneth,
      • to speak in 1932 program of public lectures, 24
      • member of anthropological expedition to Ernabella, 91, 101
      • returned from study of natives of the south east, accompanied by last member of Coorong tribe, Milerum or Mr Clarence Long, 130
      • film and stills taken by him and N B Tindale shown and he provided commentary, 153
      • appointed official visitor to Parkside Mental Hospital, 146
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
      • in party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
      • lecture on plight of Australian Aborigines, 28, 29
    • Fryer, C F,
      • president of WEA celebrates end of WEA year, 109
    • Fuller, G R,
      • undertaking research in physics on ways of measuring gravity, 68
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
    • Funder, Dr H P,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
  • G

    • Gaetjens, Gertrude Vera,
      • report on her work as Catherine Helen Spence Scholar, 112
    • Garland, John Manson,
      • appointed lecturer in economics, 1
      • gains Masters degree in Commerce, short biography, 116
    • Garland, T,
      • took part in debate on Communism at Mens Union, 144
    • Garnet Leary, Lieutenant-Colonel T,
      • spoke at Australian Medical Congress 1934, Hobart, on responsibility of community to maintain high levels of fitness, 186f
    • Garnett, Dr A C,
      • former WEA lecturer visiting Adelaide, 110
      • strange courses in bachelor degrees at US universities, 124
    • Gartrell, Dr Eric Frank,
      • appointed clinical assistant at Adelaide Hospital, 39
      • honorary physician at hospital in absence of Dr S R Bursson, 78
      • appointed honorary demonstrator in cardiology, physiology, Adelaide University, 111
    • Gartrell, H W,
      • taking party of engineering students to Tasmania, 167
    • Gee, Basil Redpath,
      • received diploma, second class at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Gell, Heather,
      • to give a demonstration in musical appreciation and aural training for heads of schools and music teachers, 166, 168
      • report of demonstration given at Conservatorium, 168, 169
    • Gender issues,
      • see also women; see also women students
      • visiting London surgeon, C F Fagge, discusses perceived prejudice against women doctors, 3
      • no need at present for women’s college, 46
      • women students have their own union building, 150
    • Geochronology,
      • Swedish scientist Dr Caldenius inspected rocks in Adelaide Hills, 157
    • Geology, Study of,
      • project of creating detailed geological map of Mount Lofty Ranges, 161
      • tenders to be let for survey of geological resources of Northern Australia by air, 165, 167
      • Dr C T Madigan to publish book on Central Australia, 165
      • value of aerial work in Northern Australia, 166
      • Eric A Rudd to do postgraduate studies in geology at Harvard, 169
      • Sir Douglas Mawson says mining prospects in Adelaide Hills are good, 169
      • death of noted geologist, 170, 171
      • Professor Howchin argues that South Australia once had great inland rivers, 53
      • Dr Madigan reports on Granite gold rush, 58, 60
      • Sir Douglas Mawson to investigate meteorite craters, 124
      • Professor Howchin honoured by London award, 125
      • Swedish scientist Dr Caldenius inspected rocks in Adelaide Hills, 157
    • George, Miss H,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • George, Dr Mildred May,
      • dies at sea, 73
    • George, David,
      • Cattleman meets Professor Cleland’s anthropological expedition in sand hills, 171
    • Gerhardt, Elena,
      • praises Hilda Gill’s singing, 172
    • German, Study of,
      • Governor's plea for teaching more foreign languages, 34, 35
    • Gibb, Claude Dixon,
      • winner of Angas Engineering Scholarship in 1924, awarded Hawksley Medal in London, 8
    • Gibson, A J,
      • instrumental in uncovering Chapman’s manipulation of funds, 153, 186e
    • Gibson, H S,
      • to give paper with R S Burdon on expansion of mercury at ANZAAS conference, 30
    • Gilbert, Dr H,
      • gave demonstration at Seventh Annual Conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Giles, Allan,
      • brilliant boy pianist wins praise at AMEB examinations, 116
    • Gill, Williams, H,
      • appointed a member of Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 145
    • Gill, Hilda Beatrice,
      • to sing in SA Orchestra concert, 15
      • granted year’s leave of absence to study overseas, 110
      • praised by overseas teachers, 172
      • farewelled as leaves to study overseas, 112, 122
    • Gill, J G,
      • constructing special platform in Exhibition Building for public school concerts, 160
    • Gilliam, Miss,
      • argues for requirement for matriculation for girls to be at university, 90a
    • Gillard, Horace James,
      • Sir Josiah Symon left legacy for his chauffeur, 165
    • Girton Girl's School,
      • Headmistress, Miss E S Bishop, supported teaching music to matriculation level, 158
    • Gloucester, Duke of,
      • to be awarded Doctorate of Laws, 151
    • Glynn, Brian McMahon, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Glynn, Dr Ralph Major
      • gave demonstrations at conference for surgeons, 132
    • Gmeiner, Clarice,
      • played in Commemoration of Frederick Delius Concert, 160, 161
    • Godlee, Theodore,
      • passed sixth and final year examinations, BM and BS degrees, 25
    • Godson, Dr R,
      • appointed dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Gold, Mervin Roy,
      • witness in case of stealing microscopes, 147
    • Gollin, George,
      • short biography, 151
    • Goodman, Sir William,
      • council member knighted, 13
    • Gordon, Sir David,
      • in group who welcomed Ralph Munn surveying public libraries, 155
      • gave Joseph Fisher lecture in 1914, 172, 173
    • Goss, Noel Frederick,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
      • awarded League of Nations Prize for 1933 for essay, “The Attitude of the League of Nations to the Sino-Japanese Dispute, 101
      • awarded a bursary of twenty pounds by Royal Society of St George, 129
    • Gosse, N,
      • committee member of Labor Club, 104
    • Government Relations,
      • Federal Government not to remove taxes on books, 4, 5, 12, 13
      • taxes on library books eased, 23
      • taxes remain on students’ books, 24
      • recruiting youth for public services, graduate opportunities, 121
      • Premiers’ conference to debate reducing observatories from 5 to 2, impact on university, 12
      • government astronomer argues for retention of Adelaide Observatory, 3
      • Professor R W Chapman argues graduates should seek to serve in Parliament, 145
    • Goyder, Patricia,
      • performed in Students' concert, 151
    • Graduates,
      • scholarship opportunity for graduates of forestry degree, 10
      • difficulties for graduates in obtaining employment in present economic conditions, 2
      • London university not to permit Adelaide graduates to enter their degrees without matriculating (1882), 6
      • university conference discusses graduate admissions to public service, 41
      • local society of Oxford graduates to be formed to assist students and graduates in their careers, 44
      • professions less crowded than last year, 50
      • University of Perth very active in seeking employment for its graduates, 52
      • W J Adey, Director General of Education, argues for high merit graduates to enter public service, 64, 65
      • headmasters’ conference to support university drive for graduates to be admitted to public service without examinations, 84
      • opportunities for medical graduates, 99
      • students with diplomas in engineering and commercial courses finding it hard to get work, 100
      • amendment to Federal public service act will allow graduates to be employed without sitting public service examinations, 118, 121, 139, 140
      • WA scheme for graduates not favoured in SA, 130
      • Adelaide among first universities in empire to include women among its graduates, 178b
      • photograph of annual commemoration luncheon given by Graduates Union, 180
      • Women Graduates Association, Annual Meetings, 53, 119
      • women graduates entertain women students graduating in 1933, 119, 120
      • employment difficulties of graduates, 186b
      • Graduates Union luncheon addressed by Dr F S Hone, 120
      • Professor R W Chapman expressed the hope that before long there would be a large number of graduates in parliament, 145
    • Graduation Ceremonies,
      • ceremonies, 63, 64, 102a, 120, 155
      • degrees conferred in 1882, 11
      • degrees conferred by Council, 27
      • candidates on whom degrees to be conferred at graduation ceremonies, 59, 61, 62, 89a, 116
      • degrees conferred by Senate, 90
      • dates for commemoration and details of ceremony, 52, 112
      • more than 30 women to graduate named, 116
      • names of people to receive degrees, 118
      • Doctorate of Laws for Duke of Gloucester, 151, 179a
      • photographs, 180, 185
    • Graebner, Rev C F,
      • Headmaster, Concordia, supported teaching music to matriculation level, 158
    • Graebner, Philip,
      • won a T E Barr Smith scholarship to attend St Andrews College, 7, 129
    • Grainger, Ella,
      • played the marimba in her husband’s arrangement of ‘Blythe Bells’, 167
    • Grainger, Percy,
      • conducted SA orchestra, 15
      • at recital by Harry Hutchins, 143
      • at meeting to propose founding Adelaide Music Salon, 157
      • at founding of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
      • to assist with concert to be held in Elder Hall in memory of Delius, 160
      • assisted with concert in Elder Hall, 161
      • praised Adelaide musicians in string quartet, 164
      • thanked Harold Davies and colleagues for their support, 164
      • Professor Davies appreciation of Percy Grainger, 144
      • assisted with South Australian Orchestra’s concert in Town Hall, 167, 168
      • because of earlier success with Grainger, South Australian Orchestra gave extra concert, 169
    • Grant, Professor Kerr,
      • return from conference of British Association for Advancement of Science, 1, 2, 3
      • impressed by micro short-wave radio system, 2
      • worked with G F Dowell of Adelaide Observatory with aim of developing study of astrophysics, 3
      • argued for retention of Adelaide Observatory, 11
      • with Professor Chapman stated that if the observatory closed, some of its work would have to be taken on by university with associated costs, 12
      • argued lack of finance to hinder establishing science centre in Canberra, 8
      • commented on splitting of atom, photograph, 17
      • stated Einstein might be right after all, 18
      • unveiled monument erected by university at Karoonda to commemorate meteor strike, 22
      • to give lecture at ANZAAS meeting, photograph, 30
      • to go to Sydney for ANZAAS meeting, 36
      • announced possible viewing of meteor shower, 53
      • to organise photographic as well as observational record of meteor shower, 54
      • commented on work of Dr Kleeman, 54
      • keenly interested in sighting of comet, 65
      • explained cosmic rays, 41
      • explained ‘steel wire as record’, 46
      • outlined scientific challenges for the year and planned developments at university, 68
      • argues for a national scientific research program, 100
      • in search for lost radium needle, 105
      • commented on public examination system, school curriculum and possible introduction of fees for secondary school, 120
      • explanation of electronic microscope, photograph, 126
      • member of committee for Graduates Union for 1934, 152
      • encouraged E T Both in his research to improve cardiograph machine, 168
      • gone to Sydney for meeting of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 143
      • photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
      • in photograph of demonstration of Geiger-Muller electron tube counter working with radium needle, 186
      • criticism of uniformity of present school curriculum, 186g
    • Grant, Mrs Kerr Grant,
      • returned after overseas trip, 129
    • Gratton, Frank,
      • Professor E H Davies comments on Gratton’s article on music in schools, 145
      • conductor of school concerts, 169
    • Gratton, Mephan John,
      • awarded Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma in Applied Science, 155
    • Gratton, N M G,
      • Headmaster, Scott College, supports teaching music to matriculation level, 158
      • discussed public examination system, 186g
    • Gray, Eric William,
      • appointed tutor at St Marks until can take up Rhodes Scholarship, also winner of David Murray Scholarship, 4
      • leaves for London, 40
      • has obtained a first-class in Moderations, 80
      • made Honorary Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, 86
    • Gray, J H,
      • won bursary for medicine at St Mark’s College, 6
    • Gray, Dr James Hugo,
      • member of anthropological expeditions to study aborigines in Central Australia, 36, 91, 101
    • Greenhough, A D,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • Greenland, Patrick Cecil,
      • former secretary of AUU and AUSA, appointed WEA Secretary at University of Tasmania, photograph, 140
    • Gregory, Professor T E G,
      • gave Joseph Fisher Lecture Subject for 1930, 172
    • Greig, Dr James,
      • discussed increasing height of Australian children, at Medical Congress, 186f
    • Grenfell Price, Dr A,
      • member of Graduate Union committee for 1934, 152
    • Grigg, Thomas,
      • member of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Grounds,
      • opposition to proposed site of Bonython Hall, 76, 79, 81, 82
      • university to take over Jubilee Oval, 98
      • improvements to grounds, Victoria Drive, 114
      • new gates for university, 121
      • fences and university gates erected, 147, 160
      • pair of gates presented by Sir William Mitchell to be installed, 147
      • university gates to be completed this week, 160
      • decision to sink well in Oval, 173
      • photograph of Mitchell Gates, 177
      • photographs of work in preparation for erection of Bonython Hall, 174
      • photograph of Victoria Drive elm trees and university buildings, 186r
      • proposed removal of unsightly fence at Exhibition Oval, 162, 186i
    • Gyrst, E F,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Guinand, Andrew Paul,
      • awarded 1934 Rhodes Scholarship, 119
      • farewelled by gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
      • photographs, 119, 165
    • Gunning, Dr N Stannus,
      • has been granted Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 160
    • Gunson,
      • student Gunson named as doing well in second year at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Gunson, Dr J M M,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Gurner, Doctor Colin,
      • appointed honorary clinical assistant to X-Ray Department of Adelaide Children's Hospital, 1
  • H

    • Hackett, Dr Cecil,
      • left with N B Tindale for three months study of natives in Musgrave Ranges, 84
      • to meet at Ernabella anthropological expedition, 91
      • worked three months in interior, 101
      • films and stills taken by him and N B Tindale shown, 153
    • Hackett, J T,
      • appointed clerk of Senate, 78
    • Hackett, Patricia,
      • delivers address at opening of Winthrop Hall, University of Western Australia, representing the benefactor of the Hall, Lady Moulden of Adelaide, 12
    • Hague, Ralph Meyrick,
      • admitted to Bar, 65
    • Hale, H M,
      • member of anthropological expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
      • Director of Museum to make plaster casts of heads and busts of natives, 91, 101
      • author of books dealing with fish, reptiles and crustaceans, 152
    • Hall, Madame Delmar,
      • teacher of students who performed in concerts, 151, 168
    • Hall, J S,
      • undertook further study in London, elected associate of Royal Institute of British architects, 167
    • Hall, Winsloe,
      • teacher of student who performed at Conservatorium, 168
      • director of student opera Faust, 154
    • Hamilton, A L,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Hamilton, Dr Ian Ayliffe,
      • appointed to the surgical section, 4
      • reappointed demonstrator in pathology, Adelaide University, 70
      • admitted as Fellow of Australian College of Surgeons, 134
      • appointed honorary assistant pathologist, Adelaide Hospital, 141
      • appointed to Adelaide Children's Hospital, 151
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Hamilton, K T,
      • appointed secretary to Union, 143
    • Hancock, Professor William Keith,
      • letter to editor protesting against lack of government funds for public library, 21
      • spoke at meeting of International Club, 11
      • to speak in 1932 program of public lectures, 24
      • member of committee of Friends of Public Library, 25, 34
      • indicated willingness to join local society of former Oxford students, 44
      • to lecture on “The War Guilt Controversy”, public lecture program 1933, 85
      • Professor G V Portus appointed his successor, 178
      • advertising for his successor, 109
      • left for England, 115
    • Hannan, A J,
      • Crown Solicitor appeared for Medical Board in application for medical registration, 161
    • Hannon, Dr T D,
      • appointed dental surgeon at Adelaide Hospital, 39
    • Hanrahan, Constable,
      • at prosecution of F E Clarence for stealing microscopes, 147
    • Hardman, Clement,
      • sang in students’ concert, 168
    • Hardy, Mabel,
      • stated people do not want to think, at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Hardy, Miss E P,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Hare, Doris,
      • performed in Opera Class production of "Faust", 154
    • Hargrave, Philip,
      • ten year old musical genius, photograph, 186k
      • played in dingy Exhibition Building, 160
    • Hargreaves, William Arthur,
      • has retired Director of Chemistry and Government Analyst, 53
    • Harris, Dr W P,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Harris, Jean,
      • Miss Jean Harris new Vice-Principal of Methodist Ladies College, 128
      • responded to Dr Davies’ proposals for teaching of music in schools, 158
    • Hart, Philip Wesley,
      • student fined for souvenir hunting in Hobart, 186r
    • Harty, Sir Hamilton,
      • suggested Australia should have a national symphony orchestra, 154
    • Haselgrove Prize in Viticulture,
      • third year won by C Pollitt, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Hassell, Miss J,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Hawker, Michael,
      • replaced on Flora and Fauna Board by Professor P G Wood, 119
    • Hay, F D,
      • provided musical entertainment at Annual Dinner of Men's Union, 145
    • Hay, L A,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Hay, R C,
      • first year student, won Bronze Medal, Annual Prize Giving, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Hayward, J L,
      • chairman of Men’s Union supports request of women to have Barr Smith library open at night, 11
    • Health and Safety,
      • special classes in first aid, 146
    • Healy, Mrs R,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Heath, Mrs E M,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Hebrew, Study of,
      • H Munz to take charge of Hebrew class, 129, 130
    • Heincke, Mr,
      • teacher at Adelaide College of Music, 101
    • Heinze, Professor Bernard,
      • teach children musical appreciation, photograph, 86
      • conducted SA Orchestra, 86
      • attributed progress in music in SA to teaching in the schools, 169
    • Henderson, Emeritus Professor George Cockburn,
      • plans geographical survey of Tasmania to establish place of Tasman's landing, 69, 80
      • photograph, 69
    • Henderson, Mr,
      • clerk of works examines progress of building Bonython Hall, 181a
    • Hendrickson, Lyndall,
      • brilliant performance by young student, 151
    • Hendrickson, Cynthia,
      • accompanist at students' concert, 151
    • Hewitson, Thomas,
      • Doctor of Laws conferred in 1922, 59
    • Hicks, Professor Cedric Stanton,
      • reported on research to be done in pharmacy and physiology by students, 68
      • member of anthropological expedition to Ernabella, 91
      • to lecture in public lecture program, 85
      • lecture on the problems of over-population, 90, 91, 101
      • to give address on “Some chemical regulators of vital processes”, 155
      • donation for research from Broken Hill Associated Smelters Ltd given in gratitude for his research together into treatment for a sick staff member of that company, 172
    • Hill, Mr,
      • photograph of Headmaster of Alberton School with some pupils, 180
    • Hinde, Mrs E H,
      • Headmistress of Riverside School advocated the Mason method of teaching during critical discussion of examination system, 186g
    • History, Chair of,
      • applications called for Chair in History, 109
      • Professor Portus appointed to chair of Political Science and History, 178
    • Hobbs, Dr A F,
      • appointed assistant in surgical unit, Adelaide Hospital, 39
      • appointed honorary assistant surgeon in place of Dr Pomeroy, 121
    • Hogan, Dr Philip Cornelius,
      • to do post-graduate work in London and Continent, 51
      • obtained FRCS University of Edinburgh, 78
    • Hogarth, David S, LLB,
      • appointed to Commonwealth Public Service; brief biography, 152
    • Holden, E W,
      • member of expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
    • Holden, Mrs E W,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Holder, Miss E,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Holder, Sydney Ernest,
      • awarded South Australian Scholarship by the university in 1881, 18
    • Holding, G B,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study science, 78
    • Holmes, Edna Lucy,
      • WEA tutor appointed Headmistress of St Catherine's School, Toorak, 107
    • Homburg, Beryl,
      • Conference of the Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Homburg, Mr,
      • enquired about cost of constructing TB Clinic, 186c
    • Hone, B W,
      • met with Dr Charles Fenner and other SA Rhodes Scholars, Oxford, 3
      • success at Oxford of SA Rhodes Scholar, 66
    • Hone, Mrs F R,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Hone, B W,
      • lunched with other Rhodes scholars in Oxford, 3
      • SA Rhodes Scholar wins honours in philosophy, politics, economics, English language and literature, is captain of Oxford Cricket team, 66
    • Hone, Dr Frank Sandland,
      • to lecture in 1932 program of public lectures, 24
      • supported foundation of Friends of Public Library, 34
      • value of school inspections in preventative medicine, 37
      • appointed a member of Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 141, 145
      • addressed new graduates at luncheon, 120
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
    • Honey, Harry Musson Woodville,
      • awarded Diploma of the second class, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Hooper, Frederick Harvey,
      • awarded Diploma of the second class, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Hooper, P D,
      • chemist working at Waite with Professor Prescott on soil research, 39
    • Hooper, Peter,
      • sang role of Mephistopheles in performance of "Faust" in Elder Opera Class, 154
    • Hope, Dr Charles Henry Standish,
      • in India, awarded silver Kaisar-i-Hind medal, an Imperial decoration for services to the Empire, 89a
    • Hope, Dr Laura Margaret (nee Fowler),
      • in India awarded gold Kaisar-i-Hind medal, an Imperial decoration for services to the Empire, 89a
    • Hore-Ruthven, Sir Alexander,
      • governor's plea for teaching more foreign languages, 34, 35
      • at commemoration ceremony, urged new graduates to bring their scientific training to address the problems of the day, 120
    • Horgan, Lillian Veronica,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship pianoforte, 115
      • photograph, 182
    • Horne, Robert Laughton Kingsford,
      • awarded Diploma of the second class, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Horner, John,
      • letter asking for more organ recitals by John Horner, 3
      • to conduct music exams with Bernard Heinze, 44
      • gave organ recitals, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 24, 25, 33, 35, 37, 38, 40, 42, 72, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88, 89a, 90, 95, 97, 99, 100, 102a, 170, 172
      • his student, Adele Wiesbusch, gave recital, 111
      • accompanied Mrs Alex Burnard, 146
      • his student, David Cox, performed, 151, 168
      • to play piano in musical interlude, 165
      • to perform on reconstructed organ, 167
      • played piano in staff concerts, 153, 160, 173
      • to give concert on rebuilt organ, 169, 175
      • performed on rebuilt organ, 170
      • present at lunch for former organist of Westminster Abbey, 172
    • Howard, A,
      • polar medal for former staff member of Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 143
    • Howard, Mr,
      • teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Howchin, Professor Walter,
      • short biography, 1
      • wrote article on Old SA Rivers, 53
      • edited volume of Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Society of South Australia, 125
      • awarded Lyell Medal, short biographies and photograph, 125, 126, 130
      • autobiography and photographs, 132, 133
      • elected Honorary Member of Royal Society of NSW, 143
      • worked with C T Madigan to map part of Mt Lofty Ranges, 152
      • contributed handbook on succession of life with reference to South Australia, 152
    • Howell, Murray W,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
      • awarded a bursary of 20 pounds by Royal Society of St George, 129
    • Hubbe, Dr R,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Hudd, Mr,
      • no further improvements expected for Exhibition Building, 160
    • Hughes, E W,
      • taking party of Engineering students on tour, 167
    • Hughes, G K,
      • appointed to lectureship in chemistry at Sydney University, short biography, 151
      • resigned as demonstrator in chemistry, 155
    • Hulbert, Mavis,
      • sang in students' concert, 151
    • Hunt, Max Aubrey,
      • awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1932, 36, 38
      • biographies, 36, 37
      • photograph, 37
    • Hunt, Mr,
      • opposed cut to teachers' salary, 186p
    • Hunwick, Arthur Phillip,
      • with E H Witt has invented gauge to estimate inflow of water into reservoirs, 33
    • Hutchins, Harry,
      • young Adelaide-trained violinist appointed to staff of Albert Street Conservatorium, Melbourne, photograph, 143
    • Hyde, Miriam,
      • on route to England to take up three year scholarship at Royal College of Music, 37
    • Hyde, Pauline Mary,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship for singing, 115
      • photograph, 182
  • I

    • Ide, F B,
      • engineer from western water district transferred to Crystal Brook, 150
    • Iliffe, Michael Isaac Glover,
      • to work with Professor Kerr Grant to develop magnetometer for geo-physical measurements, 68
      • in photograph demonstrating of Geiger-Muller electron tube counter working with radium needle, 186
      • found lost ₤20 radium needle in Adelaide Hospital rubbish with aid of Geiger-Muller electron tube counter, 105
      • reported on how device constructed to find needle, photograph, 144
    • Indian Civil Service,
      • syllabus available for Indian Civil Service examinations, 140
    • Indigenous issues,
      • debate over antiquity of Jervois skull, 27
      • Dr D T Campbell said Aborigines disappearing, 27
      • Dr D T Campbell discussed where Aborigines originated, 28
      • Dr Kenneth H Fry claimed Aborigines doomed to extinction unless white encroachment barred, 29
      • Professor J B Cleland introduced film on Aboriginal life in central Australia, 32
      • Professor J B Cleland to lead expedition to central Australia to research lives of Aborigines, 36
      • Sydney University physiologists to conduct research on Aborigines, 68
      • N B Tindale and Dr C Hackett left for Ernabella to conduct research, 84
      • N B Tindale and Dr C Hackett to meet research party travelling north for research among Aborigines, 91
      • anthropological research group returns, 101
      • N B Tindale research reveals welfare needs, 101
      • Professor Harvey Johnston defends Aborigines, 104a
      • presentation on research done at Mt Liebig to be repeated, 116
      • Dr H K Fry and N B Tindale return from South East where have conducted research into local tribes, 130
      • Dr Cyril Bryan on issues of intermarriage and breeding out ‘black blood’, 138
    • Industrial Relations,
      • bricklayers and Builders Labourers organisations complain to Commissioner of Public Works on method of selecting workers government relief work, 43
    • Ingham, E F,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • Institute of Public Administration,
      • third annual conference of South Australian regional group of Institute of Public Administration, 103b
      • Professor L A Mander gave address on “The Changing Bases of Law and Order”, 103b
      • university recognised importance of public administration by introducing Diploma of Public Administration, 103b
      • institute offers scholarships to members and associate members wishing to attend university lectures for diploma, 128
    • International Federation of University Women,
      • Adelaide women graduates to attend Conference held in Edinburgh, 27
    • Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia,
      • L T Ewens, an Adelaide graduate, admitted, 186h
    • Irvine, Professor R F,
      • gave Joseph Fisher lecture in 1917, 172, 173
    • Isaachsen, Oscar, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Isaacs, Sir Isaac, Governor-General,
      • visited Barr Smith Library and Waite Institute, 44
  • J

    • J C Duncan-Hughes Scholarship,
      • won by L C Lum to St Andrews College, 129
    • Jacobs, Dr Maxwell Ralph,
      • awarded a PhD for forestry research, short biography and photograph, 35
      • awarded PhD from Tharandt University, 36
      • returned after investigating timber resources in north, 100, 109
    • Jay, Dr H M,
      • organiser of arrangements for Seventh Conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Jamieson, Angus,
      • pupil of Alberton School won C K Morris scholarship, photograph, 180
    • Jarvis, H S C,
      • built stone pillars for University gates, 160
    • Jay, Dr H M,
      • organised arrangements for Conference of Royal Australian Conference of Surgeons, 178a
    • Jeffrey, George,
      • photograph as member of Council of School of Mines, 175
    • Jeffries, Mr,
      • Minister of Education said government would take full responsibility for teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • John Bagot Scholarship,
      • Frank J Fenner awarded John Bagot Scholarship, 114
      • won by J G Wood in 1920, 156
    • John Creswell Scholarship,
      • awarded to G D L Seddon, 76
      • awarded to Donald McGarry, 78
      • awarded to Winifred May Lihou, 128
    • John L Young Scholarship for Research,
      • awarded to J G Wood in 1923, 156
    • John, Walter Clifford,
      • awarded Diploma of Second Class at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Johns, Fred,
      • obituary, 61, 66
      • left money for university to establish scholarships, 66
    • Johns, Mrs Mary M,
      • wrote that her father, William McMinn was the architect of the Mitchell Building, 172
    • Johnson, C R,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Johnson Laboratory,
      • Federal government Unemployment Relief Council provided funds for building new laboratory, 31
      • council to consider ground plans for laboratory, 33
      • laboratories to be opened in June, 85
      • opening, 87
      • photographs of new building, 182, 184
    • Johnson, Dr .A,
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151
    • Johnson, W C,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Johnston, Dr J H,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Johnston, Professor Thomas Harvey,
      • argued costs would prove a bar to establishment of science centre in Canberra, 8
      • member of expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
      • member of anthropological expedition to Ernabella, 91, 101
      • Aborigine ‘not a lazy misfit’, 104a
      • university representative on board of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, 111
      • biography, 118
      • article on aborigines of Central Australia published in Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Society of South Australia, 125
      • discussed implications of proposal to 'breed out black blood', 138
      • provided commentary on films and stills of expedition, 153
      • acting Professor of Botany until Dr J G Wood appointed, 156
      • in party formed for annual anthropological expedition, 167
      • said dingo scalps brought in by natives were traded for flour, 164
      • to receive King’s bronze polar medal for expedition with Mawson, 143
    • Jolly, Norman William,
      • former Rhodes Scholar and Professor of Forestry, 37, 112
    • Jones, H Brewster,
      • commented on Professor Davies’ statements on music, 9
    • Jones, Thomas Henry,
      • appointed lecturer in harmony in 1898, 101
    • Jones, T E,
      • director of external university courses at Queensland University outlined operations, 186d
    • Jose, Dr J B,
      • conducted operations at conference of surgeons, 132
      • appointed honorary medical staff at Adelaide Hospital, 145
    • Jose, Very Rev G H,
      • Adelaide Dean does not favour Sydney move to have clergy undertake tutorial classes in economics in order to improve their understanding of social problems, 153
      • letter to Editor on Clergy and social problems, 153
    • Joseph Fisher Lectures,
      • for 1914, by Sir David Gordon, 172
      • for 1917, by Professor R F Irvine, 172
      • for 1921, by D B Copland, 172
      • for 1925, by Sir Henry Copland, 172
      • for 1927, by S M Bruce, 30, 172
      • for 1929, Professor R C Mills, 172
      • for 1930, by Professor T E G Gregory, 30, 39, 172
      • for 1932, by A C Davidson, “Australia’s share in international recovery”, 29, 30, 32, 34
      • for 1934 given by L G Melville on "Gold Standards or Goods Standards”, 111, 172, 173
    • Joseph Fisher Medal,
      • names of those who have won the medal since 1929, 172
    • Journalism, Diploma in,
      • course available externally through Queensland University, 186
    • Jubilee Oval,
      • registrar expects transfer of Jubilee Oval to university shortly, 98
      • oval taken over, invites offers to remove buildings on it, 100
      • transforming oval, 103b, 104
      • gates erected near oval, 147
      • the Mitchell Gates construction, 177, 177a
    • Judell, Vivienne, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Julius, George, Sir,
      • reported that as Treasurer of Australian National Research Council, the late Prof H G Chapman had caused the council serious losses, 186e
      • chairman of committee to help graduates find re-employment, 186b
      • National Research Council's Position in regards to manipulation of funds, 153
      • to chair meeting of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in Adelaide, 168
      • reports of research conducted in South Australia, 170
    • Jury Professor of English Language and Literature,
      • applications called for Jury Professor, 78, 109
      • appointment to be delayed for some time, 110
    • Jury, Charles Rischbieth,
      • turned down offer of Jury Chair of English, 11, 13
      • teaching in English department, 66
      • to lecture on “Hamlet and his unconscious mind’, 85
      • gave extension lecture, ‘Applying Freud to Hamlet’, 95
      • leaving for England for two years, 128, 130
    • Jury, George Arthur,
      • obituary, 11
    • Jury, Lieutenant G R,
      • killed in World War 1, 11
  • K

    • Kate Helen Weston Memorial Library,
      • funds collected for memorial library in Elder Conservatorium, 45
    • Kayser, G J,
      • in party of engineering students going on tour, 167
    • Kearnan, R J,
      • defended F E Clarence in case of stolen microscopes, 147
    • Kekwick, Beryl,
      • sang at recital, 111
      • performed in Opera class production of "Faust", 154
      • sang Wagner at orchestral concert, 173
    • Kelly, Charles Worthington,
      • awarded Diploma of Second Class, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy, 186q
    • Kelly, John Erwin,
      • biography, awarded one of three Stow for Law and Andrew Scott Prize, 115
      • photograph, 115
    • Kelly, T D,
      • won J C Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
    • Kennedy, A L,
      • awarded polar medal, 143
    • Kennedy, F J,
      • worked with Professor of Botany on report on research at Koonamore reserve, 155
    • Kennedy, Sergeant V V,
      • Police Association will support Teachers Federation over salary cut, 186p
    • Kennedy, Spruhan,
      • played Grieg’s Piano concerto, 160
    • Kenny, A L,
      • honorary secretary of provisional executive of Royal Australian College of Surgeons in 1926, 178a
    • Kessell, Stephen Lackey,
      • moving from Western Australia to New South Wales for forestry purposes, 121
    • Keyes, H J,
      • acting Public Librarian agreed potential value of an up-to-date technical section in the public library was desirable, 186s
    • King's College,
      • Headmaster, K W A Smith, supported teaching of music, 158
    • Kingsmill, Sir Walter,
      • graduate of Adelaide University, Senator Walter Kingsmill knighted, 67
    • Kirby, B,
      • President of Port Adelaide Institute in photograph with scholarship winners, 180
    • Kirkman, Kenneth Hainsworth, LLB, SM,
      • appointed Acting Deputy Master of Supreme Court and Acting Deputy Registrar in Admiralty, 65
      • acting positions confirmed, 73
    • Kirwood, Albert Ernest Maldon,
      • appointed to English Department, 66
      • argued basic English should be used for world language, 72
      • photograph, 72
    • Kleeman, A W,
      • contributed to project of creating detailed geological map of Mount Lofty Ranges, 161
    • Kleemann, Dr Richard Daniel,
      • obituary, Sir William Bragg's Assistant at Adelaide University, 54
    • Knight, Rev L A,
      • discussed clergy taking economic tutorials in Sydney University to better understand social problems, 153
    • Knight, Dr Ronald Barrington,
      • appointed to hospital in Perth, 90a
    • Krantz, Dr Sydney,
      • passed exams for Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, London, 147
    • Krause, Dr Heinz,
      • visiting German expert praises Waite and Professor Prescott, 80
    • Kugelberg, Mr,
      • teacher at Adelaide College of Music, 101
    • Kumnick, Donald Kerr,
      • winner of Joseph Fisher Medal, 172, 173
  • L

    • Labor Club,
      • leader of Opposition, Mr Scullin speaks to varsity students about problem of unemployment at invitation of Labor Club, 173
    • Lacey, Mr,
      • leader of Opposition supports Mr Stephens in his argument that a TB Clinic should not be in heart of city, 186c
      • decried that teachers' salary cut was being decided after 21 hours of sitting, 186p
    • Lade, Rev Norman,
      • to lead Australian Student Christian Movement Conference to be held at Holiday House, Mt Lofty, 155
    • Lady Symon Building,
      • Sir Josiah Symon appeals again Taxation Department's tax of his gift for construction of Lady Symon Building, 16, 37
      • Sir Josiah Symon left money in will for Lady Symon Building, 138, 139
      • amendments related to Sir Josiah Symon's legacy, 165
      • music performances in Lady Symon Hall, 165, 167
      • photograph of Federal Opposition Leader addressing students, 174
      • Seventh Annual Surgeon Conference, exhibition of surgical appliances in Lady Symon Hall, 178a
      • first public meeting of Conference of Australian Federation of University Women held in Lady Symon Hall, 178b
    • Laffer, Leonard Hughes,
      • won a J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Lamb, Professor Horace,
      • to lecture on electricity and lighting (1882), 44
      • a distinguished South Australian scholar, 89
    • Lambert, J M,
      • Mayor of Port Adelaide photographed with pupils who won a scholarship, 180
    • Lang, Howard,
      • teachers’ salaries should not be cut, 186p
    • Langham, W H,
      • committee member, Friends of Public Library, 34
      • elected Vice-President of Libraries Board, 54
    • Larkin, R P,
      • presented with Pharmacy Board certificate, 161
    • Latin, study of,
      • knowledge of Latin a prerequisite for studying in medieval universities, 186j
    • Laughton, R A L,
      • taking party of Engineering students on tour, 167
    • Law, Faculty of,
      • Faculty of Law established in 1882, 51, 78
    • Law Society of South Australia,
      • R J Clark appointed secretary of Law Society, 142
    • Law, Study of,
      • two law students’ societies exist, one for each sex, 150
    • Law, Miss C T,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Lea, A M,
      • to be replaced as entomologist at Museum, 47
    • League of Nations Prize,
      • N F Goss awarded League of Nations Prize, 101
    • Lectures,
      • see also evening lectures, public lectures, extension lectures
      • first term starting 1933, 77
      • first term starting 1934, 133
    • Legal Issues,
      • technician arrested for stealing of two microscopes from laboratories, 146, 147
      • amendments related to Sir Josiah Symon's legacy, 165
      • Adelaide student punished for souvenir hunting in Hobart, 186r
    • Leitch, Phyllis,
      • performed in Opera Class production of "Faust", 154
    • LeMessurier, Doctor F N,
      • appointed to advisory committee of Mareeba Babies Hospital, 145
    • Lemon, Arnold W,
      • awarded Eric Smith Scholarship, 129
    • Lendon, Dr A K,
      • admitted as Fellow of Australian College of Surgeons, 134
    • Leslie, Mrs C,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Lewis, Miss G E,
      • dental work among children, 186h
    • Lewis, Dr J B,
      • appointed ophthalmologist at Adelaide Hospital in place of Dr. Shorney, 104a
    • Lewis, Mrs W H,
      • member of subcommittee of Women’s Graduate Union which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Liberal Club,
      • Peter Bornstein to give farewell concert at club, 171
    • Liberal Club Building,
      • university sports year book can be obtained at Liberal Club, 162
    • Library,
      • see also Public Library of South Australia
      • University Men's Union supported University Women's Union in protest against closing of Barr Smith Library in evenings, 11
      • applications for position of University Librarian sought, 78
      • new university librarian appointed, 100, 116
      • late Sir Samuel Way bequeathed books to university library, 141
      • Ralph Munn of Carnegie Corporation survey of Australian libraries to visit university library, 155
      • lack of up-to date books in Public Libraries, 155, 186s
      • Sir Josiah Symon leaves legacy to library of Lady Symon Building but then revokes it, 165, 166
      • H R Purnell points out removal of sales tax on books, magazines and periodicals will benefit universities, 186n
    • Lienau, C H A,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Ligertwood, G C,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Lightfoot, G,
      • secretary to meeting of Council of Scientific and Industrial research, 168, 170
    • Lihou, Winifred May,
      • awarded Creswell Scholarship, 128
    • Lindon, Dr Leonard Charles Edward,
      • conducted operations at conference of surgeons, 132
      • attended gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
      • appointed clinical lecturer in surgery, short biography, 2
      • gave demonstrations, lectured at Seventh Annual conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Linn, Beryl Eileen, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Lipman, H J,
      • to attend meeting of Executive of Australian Dental Association, 85
    • Lipson, E F,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Lister Prize,
      • new rules for Lister Prize, 113
    • Litchfield, Kenneth Lyle,
      • won W J Isbister scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Long, Clarence,
      • Clarence Long, or Milerum, last member of Coorong Tribe, came to Adelaide with N B Tindale and Dr Fry, 130
    • Love, Rev James Robert Beattie,
      • awarded Masters degree for thesis on Worora aboriginal language, 103
      • lectured for Classical Association on "Mythology and Religion of the Worora Tribe of Aborigines", 170
    • Lowrie, Professor William,
      • obituary for former Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 93
    • Ludbrook, WV, MSc,
      • former staff member of Roseworthy Agricultural College on research study abroad, 24
    • Lum, Laurence Claude,
      • won a J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Lungley, Edith,
      • designer of Stained glass window in memory of Professor Robertson, 9
    • Lushey, Harold Merton,
      • Teachers College member awarded Carnegie scholarship to investigate teacher education in United States, 34, 44
      • his report of his trip, 69
    • Lyceum Club,
      • gave informal reception for interstate and overseas delegates of Conference of the Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Lyons, Mr,
      • Prime Minister on death of noted scientist, 171
      • concessions on Federal Land and Super Taxes, Sales Tax, and Primage, 186n
  • M

    • Madeleine Rees George Memorial Prize,
      • SA Branch of League of Nations Union establishes scholarship for women educationists in memory of Madeleine Rees George, 84
    • Macbeth, Professor Alexander Killen,
      • appreciation of his efforts to establish a diploma of pharmacy, 161
      • appointed member of Flora and Fauna Board, 126
    • MacDonald, Keith Alexander,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Macdonald, Miss I,
      • Headmistress of Presbyterian Ladies College critical of non-matriculated girls being at university, 90
      • criticises social life of girls, argues should only be at university if matriculated, 90a
    • Mackay, Alexander Leslie Gordon,
      • review of his book, Experiments in Educational Self-Government, 25
    • Mackay, Donald,
      • has different view of auriferous resources of Central Australia from those of Dr C T Madigan, 167
    • MacKeikan, Elizabeth,
      • Peter Waite's daughter leaves residue of her estate to University, 7
    • MacRae, George Brown,
      • awarded Diploma of Pharmacy, 115, 161
      • photograph, 115
    • Madigan, Dr Cecil Thomas,
      • to attend ANZAAS conference, 30
      • refutes argument that Rhodes Scholars are altering traditions of Oxford, 36
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • cautious of prospects of developing gold mining in north, mentioned in discussion of value of aerial surveys, 167
      • need for detailed geological map of Mount Lofty Ranges, 161
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
      • completed book on Central Australia to be published by Oxford, 165
      • on importance of aerial survey in geology for Northern Australia, 166, 167
      • President of Men's Union at students' debate, 186m
      • public lecture on Egypt and the Sudan, 24
      • defends Rhodes Scholars, 36
      • appointed correspondent for SA with aim to form branch of society to reunite former Oxford students, 44
      • brief biography, 46
      • final report of Granites gold field, 58, 60, 92
      • brief biography, 106
      • awarded doctorate from Oxford on basis of original work, 126
      • appointed new Scout Commissioner, 132
      • photographs, 126, 132, 180
    • Maegraith, Dr Brian Gilmore,
      • Rhodes scholar lunched with other South Australians, Oxford, 3, 105
      • awarded Beit Memorial Junior Medical Research Fellowship, 91, 114
    • Magarey, D D,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Magarey, Helen,
      • played violin in Students’ concert, 168
    • Magarey, Miss K,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Maguire, F A,
      • Lieutenant-Colonel in Australian Medical Corps told attendees at Australian Medical Congress 1934, Hobart, that it was the duty of the community to maintain a high percentage of fit people, 186f
    • Mahony, Miss,
      • in photograph of delegates at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Maitland, James Angus,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
      • responsible for University sports year book, 162
    • Mallan, H D,
      • member of Dental Board, 1, 2
      • reappointed to Dental Board, 70
    • Mander, Professor Linden Alfred,
      • on visit to parents from his position at University of Washington, photograph, 94
      • gave address on “The Changing Bases of Law and Order” to conference of Institute of Public Administration, 103b
      • left to return to United States, 104
    • Manoah,
      • provisions in Sir Josiah Symon's legacy, 165, 166
    • Mareeba Babies' Hospital,
      • Dr F N LeMessurier appointed to advisory committee, 145
    • Margarey, Miss K,
      • SA graduate attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Marks, Mrs Jane,
      • 1922 bequest to University from Mrs Jane Marks, 62
    • Marshall, W H,
      • secretary of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery Board reported the public, university and parliamentary libraries will be examined by Munn and Pitt on behalf of Carnegie Corporation, 153
    • Marshall, T J, BSc,
      • chemist at Waite working with Professor Prescott on soil research, 39
    • Marston, H R,
      • senior biological officer in Division of Animal Nutrition to lead division until replacement for Sir Charles Martin appointed, 95
    • Martin, Adeline Zoe,
      • Diploma in Pharmacy conferred, 154, 155
      • first South Australian woman to win Pharmacy Diploma, 161, 162
      • daughter of incapacitated soldier given apprenticeship as a pharmaceutical chemist, short biography, 162
    • Martin, Eric,
      • daughter given apprenticeship as a pharmaceutical chemist, 162
    • Martin, Sir Charles James,
      • to lecture in public lecture program for 1932, 24
      • retiring after continuing work of Professor Brailsford Robertson, biography, 90
      • has completed two years as chief of Division of Animal Nutrition, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, biography, photograph, 95
    • Masson, Sir David,
      • at meetings re Dr H G Chapman’s manipulation of funds, 153, 186e
    • Mathews, Edward John Peter,
      • promising young violinist, photograph, 186k
    • Matriculation,
      • Sir William Mitchell proposes separate matriculation examination for future university students, 41, 62, 66
      • protests at results, 69
      • changes discussed, 100
    • Matison, Dr E A,
      • ear, nose and throat specialist on leave from Parkside Mental Hospital, 78
    • Matters, Dr R F,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Matters, Dr Rex,
      • operated in gynaecological block at Surgeons Conference, 178a
    • Mawson, Sir Douglas,
      • photographs, 40, 59, 69
      • in London Professor Debenham read Sir Douglas Mawson's paper on recent Antarctic Research Expedition, 8
      • elected president of next Congress of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, 40
      • to work with Sir Edgeworth David to prepare a comprehensive geography of Australia, 48
      • suggests MPs should be qualified in geography before being elected, 52
      • leaves for England on behalf of British, Australian, New Zealand Antarctic Expedition, 59
      • will show Captain Frank Hurley's film of 1929-31 expedition in London, 60
      • arrived in London; gave lecture to Royal Geographical Society, 69
      • Commonwealth officers confirm his trip to London unofficial, 70
      • Commonwealth to administer Antarctic territories; Mawson argues for asserting rights over Adelie land and alerts all to value of geological deposits in land already controlled, 74
      • suggestion that Australian Antarctic territory be called Mawsonia, 75
      • film of 1929-31 expedition shown in London, 77
      • Australia's control of Antarctic territory largely due to Mawson's work, 77
      • Mawson 'intellectual son' of Edgeworth David, 77
      • has 51st birthday, short biography, 83
      • completing publishing arrangements for expedition findings, 85
      • much of Antarctic area controlled by Australia discovered by Mawson, 88
      • wide recognition of his work, 89
      • announced a survey of Indian Ocean will be undertaken, 92
      • arrived at Fremantle on way to Adelaide, no planned expeditions because of lack of funds, 93
      • on Antarctica as source of wealth, 96
      • editorial on his statement on Antarctic sources of wealth, 97
      • on lost continent of Lemuria, 121
      • to investigate meteorite craters in interior, 124
      • polar medals to be awarded to members of 1929-31 expedition, 142, 143
      • to become president of ANZAAS at 22nd Conference, 143
      • leads students on expedition to north-east part of SA, 145
      • divisional meteorologist comments on Mawson's view of Antarctic influence on weather in SA, 153
      • guides Swedish scientist Dr Caldenius in inspecting rocks in Adelaide Hills, 157
      • promotes mining prospects in Adelaide Hills, 169
    • Mayo, Dr Helen,
      • taking leave from vaccine clinic at Adelaide hospital, 78, 126
      • to attend annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • president of local branch of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • spoke at conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • president of subcommittee which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Mayo, Dr J C,
      • appointed honorary clinical assistant to surgical section of Adelaide Hospital, 121
      • FRCS, Edinburgh, 1931, 144
    • Mayo, Professor George Elton,
      • South Australian appointed Professor of Industrial Research at Harvard shows workers need periods of rest, 5
      • appointed by university to attend 37th conference of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 70, 71
    • Mayo, Dr J W,
      • awarded Fellowship from Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), 79
    • McAuliffe, John David,
      • graduated at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, won prizes in Dairying and Swinehusbandry, 186q
    • McBain, N,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • McBride, W J,
      • contribution to music education continued by F Gratton, 169
    • McBryde, Frederick Balfour,
      • appointed Master of Supreme Court, photograph, short biography, 56
      • appointed Registrar in Admiralty, 73
      • took oaths of office of new Governor Sir Winston Dugan, 163
    • McCartin, James,
      • sang at Students’ concert, 168
    • McCaughey, Sir Samuel,
      • left bequest to assist dependents of incapacitated soldiers, 162
    • McDonald, Miss L,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study arts, 78
    • McDonnell, Mrs Carlile,
      • committee member, Friends of Public Library, 34
    • McLean, Mr,
      • Chief Protector of Aborigines to receive report of anthropological expedition, 101
    • McConnell, Ursula,
      • leading anthropologist at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • McCoy, Dr Harold Alexander,
      • to replace Dr H C Nott as tutor in radiology while latter is on leave, 130
    • McDonald, Dr S F,
      • spoke on the handicapped child at Australian Medical Congress 1934, 186f
    • McEwin, Neil,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • McGarry, Donald,
      • awarded Creswell scholarship, 78
    • McInnes, Mr,
      • spoke on teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • McKail, Mrs.J C,
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
      • member of subcommittee of Women’s Graduate Union which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • McKay, Dr A A,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
    • McKay, Dr Douglas Gordon,
      • appointed medical superintendent of Adelaide Children's Hospital, photograph, biography, 46
    • McKellar Stewart, Professor J,
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
      • gave public lecture, "Experience of Self", 160
      • gave public lecture, "The life of the Self", 161
      • gave public lecture, "Moral life; the Life of Practice", 162
    • McKinnon, L D,
      • presented with Pharmacy Diploma, 161
    • McLachlan, A.J,
      • moved that Ian McLachlan be admitted to Bar, 65
    • McLachlan, Ian, LLB,
      • admitted to Bar, 65
    • McLaughlin, Dr Eugene,
      • appointed director of laboratory at Adelaide Hospital, biography, photograph, 124
    • McLean, L A,
      • won Lady Duncan scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
    • McMinn, William,
      • original University Architect, 172
    • McRitchie, George,
      • secretary of WEA promised favourable consideration if Anglican authorities wished clergy to take part in tutorial classes, 153
    • Mates, C H,
      • secretary of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Medical Board of South Australia,
      • new members appointed, 25, 121
      • additional diplomas registered for members, G H Solomon, FRCS, Edinburgh 1933; S R Burston, MRCP, Edinburgh, 1934; J C Mayo, FRCS, Edinburgh, 1931, 144
      • members reappointed, 151, 152
      • Supreme Court refuses order to direct Medical Board to register Johannes Heinrich Becker as medical practitioner, 161
    • Medicine, Study of,
      • studying medicine costly, 10
      • advances in medical sciences, editorial, 22
      • Sir James Barrett suggested nurses have part of their education in university, 41
      • Faculty of Medicine results, 88
      • old powder magazine used as mortuary by medicine students, 121
      • medical students required to wear white sash, Fifty Years Ago, 150
      • controversy over placement of Tuberculosis Clinic, 186c
      • Australian Medical Congress held in Hobart, 1934, 186f
      • visiting London surgeon, C H Fagge, discusses developments in surgery, treatment of cancer and prejudice against women doctors, 3
      • difficulties of medical profession during Depression conditions, 186m
      • increasing costs of studying medicine, 10
      • Dr Leonard J C Mitchell discussed definitions of blindness Australian Medical Congress 1934, Hobart, 186f
    • Meegan, Kathleen,
    • Melbourne, Dr Alexander Clifford Vernon,
      • lecturer at University of Queensland grew up in South Australia, biography, 1
    • Mellowship, Joan,
      • performed in Students' concert, 151
    • Melville, Professor Leslie Galfried,
      • biography, now with Commonwealth Bank Board, 10
      • to leave for Ottawa, 24
      • to give Joseph Fisher Lecture, 111
      • gave Joseph Fisher Lecture for 1933 on “Gold Standards or Goods Standards”, 172, 173
      • his position to be filled by Professor E O G Shann, 145
    • Melville, S T,
      • moved that Kevin Gerald Walsh be admitted to Bar, 65
    • Menz, Anna H,
      • new graduate to be toasted at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • member of subcommittee of Women’s Graduate Union who organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Mercer, E H,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study science, 78
    • Messent, Esther,
      • local delegate to Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • member of subcommittee which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Messent, Dr Phillip Santo,
      • member of Dental Board, 1, 2
      • reappointed to Dental Board, 70
      • appointed lecturer in clinical medicine, 130
    • Meteorology,
      • influence of Antarctica on weather in S A, 153
    • Methodist Ladies' College,
      • Headmistress, Miss J M Harris, supported teaching of music to matriculation level, 158
    • Miethke, Miss A L,
      • member of Dress and Color Committee for, Royal visit, 179a
    • Miller, Dr F J B,
      • ophthalmologist conducted operations and gave demonstrations at conference of surgeons, 132, 178a
    • Mills, Professor R C,
      • gave Joseph Fisher lecture in 1929, 172, 173
    • Minell, Percival,
      • auditor, affairs of late Prof H G Chapmen, 186e
    • Mineralogy, Study of,
      • mining prospects in Adelaide Hills, 169
    • Mitchell, Rev D F,
      • argued theology should be university subject, 24
    • Mitchell, E H,
      • began S A Music Teachers Association in 1906 of which he was secretary, 101
    • Mitchell Gates,
      • new gates on Frome Road, 177
      • photographs, 177a
    • Mitchell, Roma, LLB,
      • to propose toast to health of Women’s Union at annual dinner, 119
    • Mitchell, Sir William,
      • proposed a matriculation examination tailored to university study, 41, 62, 66
      • unfilled professorial chairs caused by shortage of funds, 4
      • represents University of Adelaide at opening of new buildings for University of Western Australia, 10, 12
      • to leave for London next month, 14
      • presided at meeting of Friends of Public Library, 25
      • left for Canada, 33
      • at conferring of degrees, 63, 155
      • published two books, returned from overseas, 85
      • “Mind and the Universe”, his Gilford lectures, 89
      • to be vice president of Institute of Public Administration, 98
      • to attend Standing Advisory Committee for Australian Universities, 100
      • reported invitation to Carnegie Foundation to survey Australian libraries, 101
      • congratulated Institute of Public Administration for creating a profession, 103b
      • to attend annual meeting of Australian Association of Psychology and Philosophy, 145
      • reported on Industrial psychology as specialised study, 146
      • at meetings of Australian National Research Council about loss of funds, 153, 186e
      • unsightly Frome Road fence, 162, 186i
      • present at lunch for former organist of Westminster Abbey, 172
      • photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
      • photographed attending state tribute to Sir Josiah Symon, 177
      • Paid for new gates on Frome Road, 121, 160, 177
      • photographs, 177a
    • Mitton, Ronald Gladstone,
      • now Doctor of Philosophy, 1
      • photograph and short biography, 1
      • has taken up position at Clifton College, 7
    • Moodie, C T,
      • responded to toast at first annual dinner of Men’s Union, 145
      • secretary of Law faculty in debates, 155, 186m
    • Moore, Dr A P R,
      • member of Dental Board, 1, 2, 70
      • opposed changes to Dental Bill, 50
      • resigned from Dental Board after amendments to Dental Bill passed, 56
    • Moore, Dr Brian Formby,
      • appointed to ophthalmology section, 4
    • Moore, H,
      • member of expedition to Mt Liebig to study anatomical, psychological and mental characteristics of Aboriginal tribes, 36
    • Moore, H P,
      • did not offer for re-election to Public Libraries Board, 54
    • Moore, M C,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Morgan, Dr Alexander Matheson,
      • University Representative on Fauna and Flora Board, 6
      • resigned from Board, 126
    • Morgan, Edward James Ranembe,
      • appointed magistrate, 125
      • found F E Clarence guilty of stealing microscopes, 147
    • Morgan, E J R, SM,
      • Secretary, Friends of Public Library, 34
      • found F E Clarence, technician, guilty of stealing microscopes, 147
    • Morgan-Brock, Mrs A B,
      • principal of Ellerslie College critical of public examinations, 62
    • Morphett Medal,
      • awarded to J D McAuliffe, 186q
    • Morphett, Mr,
      • said Mr Shannon’s proposal that increased funds for Northfield Mental Hospital be disallowed were misunderstood, 186c
    • Morrell, Sydney,
      • sang in Students' concert, 151
    • Morris, Dr B H,
      • appointed to Medical Board, 25
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151, 152
    • Morris, Gronway Lewis, LLB,
      • admitted to Bar, 65
    • Morris, Shirley Victoria, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Morriss, Miss E M,
      • appointed to work in English Department, 66
    • Moulden, Dr O M,
      • appointed temporary clinical assistant to surgical section, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Mount Lofty Ranges,
      • detailed geological map of Mount Lofty Ranges needed, 161
    • Moyes, Right Reverend John Stoward,
      • 49th birthday of Bishop of Armidale, 93
    • Moyle, S,
      • headmaster of Adelaide Technical High School supports music students being relieved of some of their other studies providing this does not disadvantage them, 158
    • Muecke, R L S,
      • representing Sports Association reported that 400 of 1500 students played sport, 9
    • Muecke, Dr Roy le Page,
      • appointed to hospital in Perth, 90a
    • Muirhead, Dr John Robb,
      • obituary, 56
    • Municipal Library,
      • criticism of lack of up-to-date books in Adelaide Public Library, 155, 186s
    • Munn, R,
      • Director of Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, undertaking survey of Australian and New Zealand libraries on behalf of Carnegie Corporation, 144, 153
      • lack of up-to date books in Public Libraries, 155
      • praised Institute libraries, time for survey too short, 156
      • photograph, 178
      • criticism of Adelaide Libraries, 186s
    • Munz, H,
      • to take charge of Hebrew class, 129
      • biography, 130
    • Murphy, V S,
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Murray, Miss J,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Murray, Sir George,
      • Chancellor says death of I G Reimann a heavy loss, 10
      • stresses importance of scholarships to university, photograph, 43
      • received Governor General when he visited Barr Smith Library, 44
      • short biography, photograph, 44, 104a
      • sworn in as Lieutenant Governor, 58
      • urged graduates to take part in governing university, 64
      • Honour for Chief Justice, 105
      • reviewed year’s activities at graduation ceremony, 120
      • motion of sympathy for Lady Symon on her husband’s death, 142
      • conferred degrees, 154, 155
      • as Chief Justice, refused request for registration of medical practitioner, 161
      • welcome to new Governor, 164
      • in photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
      • attended the King's Levee, 176b
      • at State tribute to Sir Josiah Symon, 177
    • Muscio, Mrs,
      • leading social worker at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • photograph, 178b
    • Musical Association of South Australia,
      • to hold music festival, 95, 98
      • Members of Council arrange Music Festival, 95
    • Musical Productions,
    • Music, Chair of,
      • subscriptions collected for chair of music in 1884, 135
    • Music, Study of,
      • City Organist, John Dempster, comments on Professor Davies’ statement that the standard of teaching music was deplorably low, 9
      • Maude Puddy demonstrates requirements of AMEB examinations, 27, 89
      • George Pearce demonstrates requirements of AMEB examinations, 29
      • Professor Laver arrives from Melbourne to conduct annual examinations of Australian University Music Examinations Board, 44
      • money collected for Kate Helen Weston Memorial Library to be part of Conservatorium library, 45
      • music festival to be held, 95
      • Music Week, 98
      • mother argues musical results should not count for Intermediate and Leaving Certificates, 102a
      • new term begins at conservatorium, 131
      • school teachers asked to attend a demonstration of music appreciation and aural training at conservatorium, 166
      • Professor Davies’ proposal for teaching new music curriculum in schools debated, 158, 159
      • performances for teachers preparing students for Australian Music Examinations, 27, 29, 168
      • conservatorium organ rebuilt, 167, 175
      • Professor Davies to present associates in music for 1932 and scholars recommended for 1933, 58
      • conservatorium diplomas conferred, 59
      • exhibitions awarded, 51
    • Myers, Dr A M,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
  • N

    • Nancarrow, C G,
      • awarded a Stow prize in law, 115
    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • appointed permanent representative of Australian Universities on Universities Bureau of the British Empire, 41
    • Naylor, Margaret Mary,
      • to attend International Federation of University Women's Conference in Edinburgh, 27
    • Napier, Justice,
      • admitted lawyers to Bar, 65
    • Nettle, R W,
      • awarded an evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • Nelson, Rita,
      • midday organ recital, 172
    • Newbery, Mrs, A K,
      • attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Newbold, Mrs J C,
      • attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women and hosted interstate guest, 178b
    • Newland, Nancy B,
      • awarded a Stow prize in law, 115
    • Newland, Sir Henry Simpson,
      • expressed satisfaction with work achieved at meeting of Royal College of Surgeons, 5
      • resigned as member of hospital advisory committee, 10
      • to represent university at centenary of British Medical Association in London, 16, 33
      • address to British Medical Association, 36
      • short biographies, 56, 114
      • presided at George Alington Syme Oration, 80
      • Adelaide Medical Students Society honours his 25 years of service as honorary surgeon at Adelaide Hospital, 104a
      • Dr H R Pomroy appointed honorary surgeon in his place, 121
      • took part in demonstrations and discussion at conference, 132
      • gave presidential address to Seventh Conference of Royal College of Surgeons, 131, 134
      • opposes proposed site of TB Clinic site, 186c
      • took chair at Seventh Annual Conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Nichols, A W,
      • editor of Melbourne student newspaper dismissed for ‘blasphemous and disloyal expressions’, 186i
    • Nicholson, Dr A J,
      • comprehensive report on peach moth problem, 170
    • Nicholson, Sydney,
      • lunch held for former organist at Westminster Abbey, 172
    • Nock, T D,
      • among Engineering students to go on tour, 167
    • Noessell, Mr,
      • teacher at Adelaide College of Music, 101
    • Norgard, J D,
      • awarded Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy prize, 147
    • Northmore, Mr Justice,
      • awarded a KCMG, 23, 43
    • Nott, Dr Harry Carew,
      • to be replaced as tutor in radiology by Dr H A McCoy while on leave, 130
    • Nurse Education,
      • Sir James Barrett recommends part university education for nurses, 41
  • O

    • O'Brien, T,
      • informed Dr Lilley that Professor H G Chapman was ill, 186e
    • O' Connor, W J,
      • assistant to Professor C S Hicks, Professor of Human Physiology, on expedition to Ernabella, 91, 101
    • O' Connor, Dr R,
      • succeeds Dr J D Rice as surgical registrar at Adelaide Hospital, 141
    • O' Donnell, Dr J A,
      • appointed dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • O'Grady, Oswald James,
      • gave evidence re handwriting in case of stolen microscopes, 147
    • Old Students' Cup,
      • awarded to John David McAuliffe, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Oldham, Wilfred,
      • on more rigorous methods of historical research now being used, 74
      • on his thesis on convict transportation, 75
      • to give public lecture on ‘Convict transportation experiments, 1776-1793, 85
      • gave lecture on experiments that failed, 89a
      • response to letter to editor on convict transportation, 127
    • Oliphant, H G,
      • wrote about proposal that clergy study economic problems to better understand social problems, 153
    • Oliphant, H R,
      • in photo of demonstration of Geiger-Muller electron tube counter, 186
    • Oliphant, Dr Marcus Laurence Elwin,
      • working with Lord Rutherford in Cavendish laboratory on X-rays, 68
      • one of discoverers of new kind of hydrogen, ‘heavy water’, 142, 143
    • Oppatt, Lloyd Arthur,
      • not competing in present year, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • O'Reilly, Robert Neil,
      • Honours degrees in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, 89a
    • Osborn, Professor T G B,
      • his successor in Chair of Botany appointed, 156
    • Osborn, Mrs T C B,
      • says schools are examination machines, 178b
      • member of group who send resolutions to Chairman of ABC on use of wireless in education, 178b
  • P

    • Packer, Miss M,
      • dental work among children, 186h
    • Packer, E Wallace,
      • President of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
      • recalls founding of first music teachers’ association, of which he was treasurer, 101
    • Packer, R,
      • Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Padman, J H,
      • won award at St Mark’s College, 6
    • Padman, William Donald,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Palmer, Linton,
      • interviewed in regard to affairs of late Prof H G Chapmen, 186e
    • Parker, Cecil David, BSc,
      • won a J W Sandford scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
    • Parkside Mental Hospital,
      • workers unions complain to Commissioner of Public Works about selection of builders and that mental attendants were doing building work, not part of their duties, 43
      • Dr H K Fry appointed visitor to Parkside Mental Hospital, 146
    • Parsons, Harold,
      • guest conductor of South Australian Orchestra, 37, 90
      • appointed permanent conductor of South Australian orchestra, 170
      • his students play in concerts, 151, 168
      • stated National Orchestra fine idea but practical problems arise, 154
      • made permanent conductor of South Australian Orchestra, 142
      • granted six months leave, 156
      • to assist in concert on rebuilt organ, 175
      • played in staff concerts, 19, 21, 24, 25, 27, 29, 34, 135, 145, 146, 151, 153, 154, 160, 161, 162, 164, 168, 169, 173
      • his students play in student concert, 168
      • played in South Australian Orchestra, 15, 160, 167
      • extra orchestral concert a tribute to members of orchestra, 169
      • played in musical innovation, 167
      • to play at re-opening of reconstructed organ, 167
      • played at re-opening of organ, 170
      • orchestra raised to great heights, 173
    • Parsons, Justice Herbert Angas,
      • short biographies, 20, 84, 145
      • photograph, 145
      • opened Johnson Chemistry Laboratory, photograph, 182
      • member of full court which refused application to Medical Board by Dr H J Becker, 161
      • admits lawyers to the Bar, 65
    • Partridge, W,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Partridge, W G McD,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study arts, 78
    • Patterson, Hamish Randall,
      • awarded Diploma of the Second Class, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Paul, Gwen,
      • accompanist at Students’ concerts, 151, 168
    • Pauline Hayward Bursary,
      • awarded to N F Polkinghorne at St Mark’s College, 6
    • Pavy, Dr H K,
      • gave demonstrations and took part in discussion at conference of surgeons, 132
    • Pearce, George,
      • to demonstrate for teachers of music, standards for AMEB examinations, 27
      • demonstrated standards for teachers of music, 29
      • to be accompanist in performance by South Australian Orchestra, 15
      • played in staff recitals, 144, 146, 153, 173
      • to play in commemoration concert for Frederick Delius, 160
      • played in commemoration concert for Delius, 161
      • played in concerts of South Australian Orchestra, 167, 173
      • his student, Vida Cozens, played in students’ concert, 168
    • Pellew, Dr H E,
      • appointed to Adelaide Hospital as anaesthetist, 39
    • Pennycuick, Dr Stuart Wortley,
      • to lecture in 1932 public lecture program, 24
      • gave lecture on colloids, 31
    • Pentelow, Edith,
      • winner of Joseph Fisher Medal, 172, 173
    • Pentreath, Rev A G G C, MA,
      • appointed Headmaster of St Peter's College, 105
      • welcomed, biography, photograph, 112
      • thanked Dr Davies for convening conference on teaching music in schools, 158
      • attended demonstrations of how to teach music in schools, 167, 169
    • Perkins, Professor A J,
      • Director of Agriculture at Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Perkins, Horace,
      • his prize-winning “Chantryman” Suite played by South Australian Orchestra, 167
      • performed in concert, 168
    • Perkins, Mr,
      • minister for Interior announces appointment of Donald Thomson, anthropologist, to Northern Territory service, 165
      • urged establishment of national residential university in Canberra, 168
    • Pether, Constance,
      • soloist in South Australian Orchestra concert, 15
      • performed in staff concert in Elder Hall, 153
    • Petrie, Dr Arthur Hill Kelvin,
      • plant pathologist at Waite publishes article on "Uses of Nitrogen", 105
      • member of Waite staff, 157
    • Petrie, Enid,
      • played in South Australian Orchestra, 167
      • played in Students’ concert, 168
    • Pfitzner, Howard,
      • performed in Opera Class production of "Faust", 154
    • Pharmaceutical Society of SA,
      • annual meeting regarding granting of diplomas, 161
    • Pharmacology, Study of,
      • Pharmacology Department undertake study of Central Australian poisonous bushes, 186r
      • Diploma in pharmacy to be introduced, 59, 63
      • George B. MacRae wins first diploma in pharmacy awarded by university, 115
      • Pharmaceutical Society of SA met to award diplomas, 161
      • student to research poisonous plants of Central Australia, 68
    • Philology, Study of,
      • Rev J Love lectured on "Mythology and Religion of the Worora Tribe of Aborigines", 170
    • Philosophy, Study of,
      • Professor Stewart McKellar lectured on "Experience of Self", 160
      • Professor Stewart McKellar to give three lectures on "The Making of Selves", 160
      • Professor Stewart McKellar lectured on “The Life of the Self”, 161
      • Professor Stewart McKellar gave third lecture on "Moral life; the life of Practice", 162
    • Physics, Study of,
      • Professor Kerr Grant reported progress in ’disintegrating’ the atom and in developing Xrays, 68
      • photograph of Geiger-Muller electron tube counter, 186
      • former employee of Physics department develops improved cardiograph machine, 168
      • Professor Kerr Grant outlined probable research projects of M Iliffe, R S Burdon, R Bosworth, G R Fuller, 68
    • Physiology, Study of,
      • Professor C S Hicks said one student would be engaged in research on poisonous plants of Central Australia and another on diseases of the kidneys, 68
    • Piper, Justice
      • admits lawyers to Bar, 65
    • Pirie, Margaret,
      • sang at recital, 111
      • sang Panis Angelicus at Midday organ recital, 172
    • Pitt, E K,
      • university archivist found information on architect of university, 172
    • Pitt, E R,
      • chief librarian of Melbourne Public Library to work with R. Munn to undertake survey of Australian and New Zealand libraries for Carnegie Corporation, 144, 153
      • lack of up-to date books in Public Libraries, 155
      • praised Institute libraries, time for survey too short, 156
      • photograph, 178
      • criticism of Adelaide Libraries, 186s
    • Pitt, Miss S,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Plant Physiology, Study of,
      • L A T Ballard won scholarship for research into plant physiology at Cambridge, 157, 176a
      • D Adam appointed Plant Pathologist at Waite, 146, 150, 177
    • Playford, Mr,
      • moved that the house divide to vote on Teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Plummer, Dr Violet,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • at Conference of the Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Police Association,
      • Police Association invited to affiliate with Public Officers Federation, 186p
    • Political Science, Study of,
      • Professor Portus appointed to Chair of Political Science and History, 178
      • Professor Portus spoke on “What is Political Science?”, 166
      • public lectures in modern German politics, 154
    • Polkinghorne, N F,
      • won Pauline Hayward Bursary at St Mark’s College, 6
    • Pollitt, C,
      • won third year Haselgrove prize in Viticulture, diploma second class, Annual Prize Giving, Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Pollitt, M,
      • first year, farm machinery, Annual Prize Giving, Roseworthy College, 186
    • Pomroy, Alan Browning,
      • won J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship to attend St Andrew’s College, 129
    • Pomroy, Dr H R,
      • appointed honorary surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Poole, Rev Frederick Slaney,
      • short biography of Canon Poole, photograph, 30
    • Poole, Mr Justice,
      • elected Warden by Senate (10 years ago), 57
    • Pope, H G,
      • gained an award in public administration, 66
    • Porter, Muriel,
      • accompanist at Students’ concerts at Conservatorium, 151, 168
    • Porter, Ronald,
      • performed in Students' concerts, 151, 168
    • Portus, Professor Garnet Vere,
      • appointed to Chair of Political Science and History, short biographies, 128, 130
      • edited “Studies in the Australian Constitution”, 129
      • to give public lecture on “History - Old and New” and “What is Political Science?”, 146
      • report of lecture on “History – Old and New”, 151
      • replied to welcome by Graduate Union, 145, 152
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
      • gave lecture on “What is Political Science?”, 166
      • returned from conference in Sydney to discuss public broadcasting in education, 170
      • recently appointed to the Chair of Political Science and History, 178
      • photographs, 128, 130, 178
    • Postgraduate Studies,
      • Dr D J R Summer to provide first post-graduate lecture for 1934, 151
      • Eric A Rudd left for Harvard University for post-graduate work, 169
    • Powell, Miss K,
      • SA graduate attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Powell, Miss M,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Pownall, Robert Alfred,
      • awarded highest distinction, gold medal and diploma of the second class, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Preece, Edgar,
      • local bookseller welcomed concessions on Federal Sales Tax and Primage which affected bookselling severely, 186n
    • Preedy, Miss W,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Prescott, Professor James Arthur,
      • to attend ANZAAS conference, 30
      • advised that soil survey to be carried out will greatly aid farmers, 39
      • has Doctor of Science conferred on him, 45, 46
      • photograph, 46
      • described problems of nitrogen supply in Australian wheat belt at Science Congress in Vancouver, 86
      • photograph, 87
      • completed extensive soil survey of cattle areas in North Queensland, 104a
      • leaving on trip to England, 110, 111, 129
    • Price, Doctor Archibald Grenfell,
      • awarded university’s first Doctor of Literature degree, biography, 1
      • to go to US to research settlements in tropics, 8
      • Degree awarded, 15
      • photographs, 1, 8, 15, 24, 29
      • travelled to Darwin and down through Central Australia, 24, 29
      • left for year’s research under Rockefeller Foundation in US, 43, 53
      • reported on conference held in New York on place of universities in modern life, 70, 72
      • created Companion of St Michael and St George, biography, photograph, 85, 85a
      • in lecture at Columbia University compared Australia’s depression recovery program with that of President Roosevelt, 94
      • Letter to Editor in response to his ideas on Australia’s recovery program, 95
      • interviews on his views published in US, photograph, 98
      • in London to investigate trade opportunities with SA Agent-Genera, 102a
      • attacks view that northern Australia should be handed to Japan, photograph, 103
      • on White Australia Policy, 125
      • appointed to Citizens Committee to plan for Royal Visit, 134
      • appointed to represent university at 37th conference of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 70, 71
    • Price, C W R,
      • won A E Hamilton scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
    • Price, R,
      • appointed demonstrator in chemistry, is David Murray scholar for research in science, 155
    • Priestley, R E,
      • Antarctic explorer and writer appointed Vice Chancellor of Melbourne University, 161
    • Prince Alfred College,
      • Headmaster, J F Ward, supported teaching of music in schools, 158, 168
      • Headmaster J F Ward spoke on value of aesthetic education, 186g
      • Headmaster J F Ward discussed how workers may use increased leisure time, 186o
    • Pritchard, J J,
      • won award at St Mark’s College, 6
    • Prizes and Awards,
      • Pauline Hayward Bursary awarded to N F Polkinghorne at St Mark’s College, 6
      • F C Rymill awarded Thornber Bursary, 74
      • N F Goss awarded League of Nations Prize, 101
      • new rules for Lister prize, 113
      • John Erwin Kelly awarded one Stow Prize and Andrew Scott Prize, 115
      • Nancy B Newland awarded one Stow Prize, 115
      • C G Nancarrow awarded one Stow prize, 115
      • Dr Wilhelm Bernhard Dorsch awarded BMA prize, 115
      • J E Kelly awarded Andrew Scott prize and recommended for one of Stow prizes, 115
      • Professor J McKellar Stewart impressed by quality of public service essays submitted for Sir George Murray Prize, 103b
      • Sir Joseph Verco Medal presented to Professor J B Cleland, 140
      • proposal to create fund for travelling fellowship for university women, 178b
      • Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
      • J D Norgard awarded Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy prize, 147
      • F E Williams was awarded Wellcome Gold Medal, 158, 176a
      • Russell Grimwade Forestry Prize available for graduates with forestry degrees, 10
    • Psychology, Study of,
      • industrial psychology a specialised subject, 146
    • Public Administration, Atudy of,
      • Sir George Murray, as representative of university, thanked for introduction of Diploma of Public Administration, 42
      • Wainwright on value of studying public administration, 42
      • hope for Chair of Public Administration, 43
      • graduates congratulated on receiving degrees in public administration, 66
      • Mr Adey said introduction of Diploma of Public Administration raised status of public servants, 103b
      • prospectus available for diploma in public administration, 128
    • Public Art Gallery,
      • legacy from Sir Josiah Symon, 165
    • Public Lectures,
      • C T Madigan to lecture on Egypt and Sudan, 24
      • Dr D T Campbell spoke on origin of Aborigines, 28
      • Dr D T Campbell said Aborigines ‘disappearing fast’, 27
      • public lecture program for 1933, 85
      • Professor H J Wilkinson on evolution of human brain, 87
      • Professor E H C Oliphant on Shakespeare and his critics, 99
      • public lecture program for 1934, 146
      • Professor G V Portus on “History – Old and New”, 151
      • Rudolph Bronner lectured on modern German politics, 152, 154, 156
      • letter to editor, commenting on Bronner’s lecture, 155
      • Professor R W Chapman spoke on “Suspension Bridges”, 158
      • Professor Stewart McKellar gave three public lectures:
        • “Experience of Self”, 160
        • "The life of the Self", 161
        • "The making of Selves", 162
      • Professor G V Portus spoke on “What is Political Science”, 166
      • Rev J R B Love on "Mythology and Religion of the Worora Tribe of Aborigines", 170
    • Public Library of South Australia,
      • used by university students, public library starved of funds, 21
      • R C Bald suggest a “Friends” group formed to help, 21, 23
      • Friends of Public Library formed, 25, 27, 34
      • members of Board elected, 54
      • library of Sir Josiah Symon bequeathed to Public Library, 141
      • university representatives on Board of Governors of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, 111
      • photograph of Ralph Munn of Carnegie Corporation and E R Pitt, Librarian of New York Public Library, who will survey Australian libraries, 178
      • recommendations and response on Munn-Pitt visit, 186s
      • concessions on federal taxes will aid libraries, 186n
    • Public Officers Federation,
      • protest teachers’ salary cut, 186p
    • Public Service,
      • academics recommend special public service examination for graduates, 41
    • Publications,
      • review of book Music and Religion. A historical and philosophical survey, 157
      • University Sports Year Book published for first time since 1928, 162
    • Puddy, Betty,
      • played in students’ concert, 168
    • Puddy, Ernest,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Puddy, Maude,
      • demonstrates for teachers of music requirements for AMEB examinations, 27, 89
      • her students performed in students’ concert, 168
    • Pulleine, Dr Robert Henry,
      • elected to Public Library Board, 54
    • Pultney Street,
      • proposed extension of Pultney Street (photo), 183
    • Purnell, H R,
      • committee member, Friends of Public Library, 34
      • public librarian hails removal of taxes on books, periodicals and magazines, noting importance of this for university, 186n
    • Pybus, Willliam R,
      • member of council of SA Music Teachers Association, 101
  • Q

    • Queen Adelaide Club,
      • entertained visiting delegates to Conference of Federation of Australian University Women, 178b
    • Queensland University,
      • external courses offered, 186d
    • Quesnel, Mrs Reginald,
      • teacher of singing, her students sang in concerts, 151, 168
    • Quinton, W C,
      • parliamentary librarian in welcome to R Munn surveying public libraries, 155
  • R

    • Ralph, Brigadier-General E M,
      • left Adelaide after visiting relatives here, 162
    • Randle, G A,
      • appointed to Dental Board, 70
    • Ratcliffe, B,
      • in party of engineering students going on tour, 167
    • Ray, John,
      • won a T E Barr Smith scholarship to attend St Andrews College, 7, 129
    • Ray, Dr William,
      • appointed to State Advisory Board of Censors, 18
      • indicated willingness to join local society of former Oxford scholars, 44
      • appointed member of Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 145
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Rebbeck, R E,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • Redmond, Mrs H,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Reed, G S,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Refectory,
      • university dining room, 150
    • Registrar,
      • F W Eardley goes on leave, returns, 11, 15, 139
      • gave lecture on “The Necessity of Poetry”, 38
      • explains in term vacation registry staff do routine work, 41
      • believes number of entries for public exams will be similar to last year, 47
      • applications made to Registrar for John Lorenzo Young Scholarship, 51
      • says failure in English literature in intermediate examination will not fail candidates who demonstrate adequate grasp of the language, 71
      • expects transfer of Jubilee Oval to university soon, 98
      • writes article on university’s sixty years of progress, 127
      • on employment for University graduates, 157
      • back from Melbourne, 170
    • Reid, F W,
      • Principal explains reason for fee rise, 3
      • Principal of School of Mines in photograph, 175
    • Reimann, Dr Arnold Luehrs,
      • published “Thermionic Emission”, 140
    • Reimann, Miss H,
      • member of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Reimann, Immanuel Gotthold,
      • obituaries, 9, 10
      • photograph, 9
      • founder of Adelaide College of Music, 101, 133
    • Reimann, Mrs Marie,
      • wife writes to confirm I G Reimann sole founder of Adelaide College of Music, 133
    • Rennie Theatre,
      • new theatre in Chemistry building location for cinema shows, 150
      • seventh annual conference of Royal Australian College of Surgeons opened in Rennie Theatre, 178a
    • Research,
      • Dr Grenfell Price to undertake research on tropic settlement in United States, 8
      • Royal College of Surgeons in Australia proposes University of Canberra as solely Professor Kerr Grant says lack of money holding back world-first research, 17
      • advances in Medical Science, 22
      • doctors to study Aboriginal consumption of water, 68
      • setback to research, institutes failing for lack of money, 73
      • death of Professor Chapman, noted for cancer research, 146, 148
      • work of Waite Research Institute, 149
      • proposed weather stations in Antarctic, 174
    • Research Organisations,
      • Waite Research Institute, 149
      • Commonwealth Forestry Bureau to undertake research in re-afforestation, 126
      • Australian Council for Educational Research, 44, 122
      • Australian National Research Council, 39, 186e
    • Residential Colleges,
    • Retallick, C M,
      • Vice-president of Pharmaceutical Society attended annual meeting, 161
    • Reynolds, John Heywood,
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
      • Rhodes Scholar to be acting Master at St Marks College, 13
      • acting Master of St Mark’s College, 53, 121
      • resigns, moves to WA, 131
      • biography, 41, 66
    • Rhodes Scholarship,
      • Rhodes Scholar for 1928, R G Mitton now holds doctorate, 1, 7
      • Sir Roy Lister Robinson, 1905 Rhodes Scholar, appointed Chair of British Forestry Commission, 1
      • L C E Lindon, former Rhodes Scholar, appointed clinical lecturer in surgery, 2
      • Dr B G Maegraith, B W Hone and L C Wilcher, currently Rhodes Scholars in Oxford, 3
      • report that Oxford University critical of Australian selection of Rhodes Scholars, 4
      • former Rhodes Scholar, Dr H Florey, appointed Professor of Pathology at Sheffield, 10
      • John Heywood Reynolds awarded Herbertson Prize at Oxford, returning home, 13, 41, 66
      • South Australia has had 29 Rhodes Scholars, 28
      • Rhodes Scholarship a burden to Oxford, 35, 36
      • C T Madigan criticizes ‘scholarship burden to Oxford’, 36
      • Eric Gray, Rhodes Scholar, 1931, leaves for London, 40
      • T S Dorsch selected as Rhodes Scholar, 58
      • success of SA Rhodes Scholars, 66
      • Eric Gray, Rhodes Scholar for 1931, achievements, 80, 86
      • applications for scholarship for 1932 received, 49, 50
      • Rhodes Scholar for 1932 to be announced November 28th, 53
      • Dr H W B Cairns, Rhodes Scholar, 1919, restores sight by brain operation, 68
      • details of successes of some SA Rhodes Scholars, 66
      • Rhodes Scholarship Trust offers scholarship at Institute of Education, 72
      • Rhodes Scholars Association, biennial conference, 74, 77
      • Norman Jolly, former Rhodes Scholar, 37, 112
      • Dr B G Maegraith, former Rhodes Scholar, wins Beit Memorial Junior Research Fellowship, 91
      • R J Rudall first Rhodes Scholar to enter legislature, 92
      • concession won for study conditions for Rhodes Scholar medical students, 95
      • F E Williams, Rhodes Scholar 1915, in Adelaide briefly, 96
      • applications for 1933 scholarship (depart 1934) to close, list of former winners, 105
      • what our scholars are doing, 105
      • closure of applications 1933, qualities required of winner, 107
      • obituary for H Thomson, K C, former Rhodes Scholar, 108
      • distinctions for Australian Rhodes Scholars, E Gray and Dr Maegraith among them, 114
      • A P Guinand wins Rhodes Scholarship, photograph, short biography, 119
      • A P Guinand to tutor at St Marks until leaves for Oxford, 130
      • selection meeting held, name of winner soon to be released, 122
      • L C Wilcher appointed Dean, Trinity College, Melbourne, biography, 121
      • Australian Rhodes Review conducted by Association of Rhodes Scholars in Australia, 145
      • F E Williams, 1915 Rhodes Scholar, winning awards, 158, 176a
      • gathering of former Rhodes Scholars to farewell A P Guinand, 165
    • Rice, Dr J D,
      • no longer surgical registrar at Adelaide Hospital, 135
      • succeeded by Dr O' Connor, 140
    • Rice, Dr V de P L,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Richards, Mr,
      • sought to delay cut to teacher’s salaries, 186p
      • protested against refusal to give increased funds to Northfield Mental Hospital, 186c
    • Richards, Justice,
      • admitted lawyers to Bar, 65
      • application of order directing Medical Board on behalf of Dr Becker refused, 161
    • Richardson, Professor Arnold Edwin Victor,
      • Director of Waite to be member of Australian delegation to Ottawa conference, photograph, 6, 10, 14, 15
      • returning to Adelaide after having made inspection of British agricultural areas and research institutes, 58
      • article on exporting opportunities for primary produce, photograph, 70
      • one of SA’s distinguished sons, 89
      • explains Russian research into hastening crop maturity, 97
      • enabled visitor to examine work of Waite Institute, 149
      • praised L A T Ballard as a research worker, 157
      • attended meeting of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 168
      • various research projects of CSIR discussed, 170
      • attended meetings of Australian National Research Council to consider impact of manipulation of funds by late Professor Chapman, 153, 186e
      • present at annual prize-giving at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 186q
      • to represent University on board of trustees of John Ridley memorial scholarship, 146
    • Richardson, Mrs. Arnold Edwin Victor,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide music salon, 160
    • Ridley Memorial Gate,
    • Ridley Memorial Scholarship,
      • Professor A E V Richardson on scholarship board, 146
    • Ridley, John,
      • memorial to Reaper inventor at showgrounds, 44
      • candelabrum made in his honour to go to Waite Institute, 44
      • Ridley Memorial Gate opened in his honour, 102a
      • story of his invention told by Sir Langdon Bonython, 102a, 103
      • Professor Richardson on board of trustees of John Ridley memorial scholarship, 146
    • Ritchie, Mr,
      • said protests against Government’s site for TB clinic would not change decision, 186c
    • Ritchie, George,
      • secretary of WEA offers support to possible Anglican request for course for clergy, 153
    • Riverside School,
      • Mrs E H Hinde, principal, in criticism of Public Examination system, 186g
    • Rivett, Dr A C D,
      • offered position of Vice Chancellor of University of Melbourne, 140, 142
      • said no replacement for Sir Charles Martin as head of Division of Animal Nutrition as yet, 95
      • at meetings on manipulation of funds of Australian National Research Council, 153, 186e
      • will be at meeting as chief executive officer, Council for Scientific and Industrial research, 168
      • various research projects of CSIR discussed, 170
    • Roach, B S,
      • elected President of Public Libraries Board, 54
      • as President of Board of the Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, gave an address on life of Sir Joseph Cooke Verco, 121
      • in group to welcome Ralph Munn, surveying public libraries, 155
    • Robertson, Miss E,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Robertson, Iris Esther,
      • to attend International Federation of University Women's Conference in Edinburgh, 27
    • Robertson, Professor Thornburn Brailsford,
      • stained glass window in his memory unveiled, 9
      • his work in animal nutrition carried on, 15
      • scientists’ tribute to famous colleague, 18
      • quotations on his memorial window, 37
      • distinguished South Australian, 89
      • initiated Division of Animal Nutrition, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, 90, 95
    • Robin, R C,
      • lecturer in Engineering to accompany students to annual survey camp in Kuitpo Forest, 127, 128, 129
    • Robinson, Sir Roy Lister,
      • 1905 Rhodes scholar appointed Chair of British Forestry Commission, 1, 17, 18, 66, 112
    • Robinson, Sir William,
      • governor attended inaugural meeting of university Shakespeare Society in 1884, 155
      • governor able to guarantee chair of music from private donations, 1884, 169
    • Robjohns, Dr Collin,
      • appointed by London Missionary Society to Hancow after finishes study at London School of Tropical Medicine, 146
    • Rockefeller Foundation,
      • awarded funds to Australian National Research Council, 39
      • gave Dr A Grenfell Price year’s study in US on settlement in tropics, 43
      • provided funds for anthropological expedition to central Australia, 91
      • Rockefeller Scholarship enabled Ursula McConnell, to undertake anthropological research, 178b
      • granted F E Williams funds to study, 158
    • Roennfeldt, J W,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Rofe, Joyce,
      • accompanist at Students’ concert, 151
    • Rogers, Dr Richard Sanders,
      • appointed member of Medical Board, 25
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30, 36
      • reappointed President of Medical Board, 34, 121
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151, 152
      • appointed member of Board of Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery, 48
    • Rollison, W A,
      • appeared for Dr Becker in application to Medical Board of SA, 161
    • Roseworthy Agricultural College,
      • former staff member, Mr Ludbrook, studying abroad, 24
      • Dr A R Callaghan new Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 24, 33
      • death of former Roseworth head, 93
      • Mr Justice Angas Parsons educated at Roseworthy Agricultural College, 145
      • Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Round Table Christian Sociological Society,
      • discussion of how workers will use extra leisure, 186o
    • Rountree, Miss P,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Rowe, W T,
      • appointed Director of Chemistry and Government Analyst, 53
    • Royal Anthropological Institute,
      • F E Williams awarded for best research essay, 158, 176a
    • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons,
      • proposed that a science centre be established in Canberra; no support for this from Adelaide professors, 8
      • conference to be held in Adelaide, 128
      • conference began, 131
      • demonstrations given, 132
      • surgeons’ great mace on view, 133
      • list of Adelaide guests invited to surgeons’ supper, 134, 135
      • Sir Henry Simpson Newland’s presidential address at conference, 134
      • South Australians admitted to College, Dr I A Hamilton, Dr A K.Lendon, 134
      • SA candidates who passed exams in surgery, Dr J C Mayo, Dr G McKay, in ophthalmology, Dr G H B Black, 134
      • Seventh Annual Surgeons Conference, 178a
    • Royal Commission of the Exhibition of 1851,
      • Gave L A T Ballard scholarship to research plant physiology, 176a
    • Royal Society of South Australia,
      • university staff on executive, 46
    • Rudall, Reginald John, MP,
      • indicated willingness to join local society of former Oxford scholars, 44
      • editorial on election of former Rhodes Scholar to Legislative Council, 92
      • response of former Rhodes Scholar, H Thomson, to editorial and further discussion, 93
      • what our scholars are doing, 105
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Rudd, Eric A.,
      • left for Harvard University for post-graduate work, 169
    • Russell, Dr H H E,
      • appointed member of Medical Board, 25
      • reappointed member of Medical Board, 151, 152
    • Russell Grimwade Forestry Prize,
      • travelling scholarship available for graduates with forestry degrees, 10
    • Rye, Mr,
      • criticism of Public Examination system, 186g
    • Rymill, Frances Carstairs,
      • awarded Thornber Bursary, 74
  • S

    • SA Museum,
      • official film and stills of last expedition studying natives, 153
    • Sadler, H H,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Salman, H W,
      • qualified for pharmacy diploma, 161
    • Samuel, Geoffrey,
      • to give lecture on ‘Virus diseases of plants with specific reference to tomato wilt’, 85
      • describes Waite research on tomato wilt, 92
      • appointed to Rothamsted Experimental Station, England, 111
      • short biography, photograph, 139
      • D B Adam appointed to replace him at Waite Institute, 146
    • Sanders, Mrs H,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Sandford, J Wallace,
      • Vice-president of Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Sando, Hubert,
      • appointed treasurer of executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Sangster, Dr D W,
      • demonstrated at conference of surgeons, 132
    • Sangster, Dr Christopher Bagot,
      • now a member of Royal College of Physicians, London, 126
    • Savage, Dr A C,
      • appointed honorary clinical assistant in medical section of hospital, 121
    • Savage, Mrs,
      • cellist at midday organ recital, 172
    • Scarfe, Mrs. T R,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Scarlett, Dr Robert Dalley,
      • council accepted report recommending Doctorate in Music be conferred, 130
      • Doctorate in Music conferred, 154, 155
    • Schilsky, Charles,
      • taught Harry Hutchins appointed to staff of Albert Street Conservatorium, Melbourne, 143
    • Schneider, Dr Michael,
      • appointed assistant to ophthalmic section of Adelaide Hospital, 39
      • appointed to Parkside Mental Hospital in Dr E A Matison’s absence, 78
      • appointed honorary assistant ophthalmologist at Adelaide Hospital, 104a
    • Schnukal, Jack,
      • Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma in Applied Science conferred, 154
    • Scholarships,
      • C W R Price won A E Hamilton scholarship to St Andrew’s College, 7
      • scholarships awarded by St Andrew’s College, 129
      • three applications for John Lorenzo Young Scholarship, 51
      • exhibitions and bursaries announced, 68
      • Creswell scholarships awarded, 76, 78, 128
      • SA Branch of League of Nations Union establishes scholarship for women educationists in memory of Madeleine Rees George, 84
      • Max Aubrey Hunt awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1932, 36, 37, 38
      • Lincoln David Dowie awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship for 1934, 162
      • Thomas Price Scholarship, 110
      • Dr Wilhelm Bernhard Dorsch awarded Everard Scholarship, 115
      • Agnes Dorsch awarded Catherine Helen Spence Scholarship, 115
      • L C Lum awarded J C Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
      • Arnold W Lemon awarded Eric Smith scholarship, 129
      • Professor A E V Richardson on Ridley Memorial Scholarship Board, 146
      • Professor Joseph Garnett Wood awarded John Bagot Scholarship (1922) and John L Young Scholarship for research in 1923, and research scholarship to Cambridge, 156
      • Fred Johns Scholarship established, 162
      • Angas Engineering Scholarship founded in 1888 by John Howard Angas, 162
      • David Murray Scholarship awarded to Eric William Gray, 4, to C H Coats, 125
      • Marie Sleigh awarded Elder Scholarship for violin, 59, 186k
      • travelling scholarship available for graduates with forestry degrees, 10
      • applications closed for Elder scholarships, 113
      • St Andrews College scholarship winners, 7, 129
      • Institute of Public Administration to offer scholarship to enable a person to attend lectures towards Diploma of Public Administration, 128
    • Edward Stirling Booth wins Margaret Catto Scholarship,
      • three applicants for John L Young Scholarship for research, one for John Lorenzo Young scholarship, 51
      • Cresswell Scholarship awarded to D McGarry, 78
      • meeting to consider applications 1933 Rhodes scholarship, 112
      • proposal for post-graduate scholarship at Oxford, 131
      • Association of Rhodes Scholars in Australia published review of their activities, 145
      • E P Tidemann nominated for dental scholarship to North Western University, Chicago, 146
      • Professor Richardson appointed to board of trustees of John Ridley Memorial scholarship, 146
      • William Rex Ferguson awarded travelling scholarship in Forestry, 85
      • two Australians awarded scholarships in USA, 84
      • applications invited for junior studentship in entomology, 86
      • four scholarships awarded for study of Diploma of Public Administration, 6
      • Elder scholarships awarded, 115
      • C L Bosworth awarded Exhibition of 1851, a science exhibition tenable at Cambridge, 90, 100
      • extra legacy for Davies-Thomas scholarship, 146
      • value of scholarships for individuals, 43
      • L H G Symons won Young Scholarship, 43
      • John Creswell scholarship awarded to G D L Seddon, 76
      • three studentships offered by C S I Endowment fund, 76
      • L A T Ballard awarded scholarship for research into plant physiology at Cambridge, 157
      • photograph, 176a
      • government bursaries to close next week, 110
      • Fred Johns left money for scholarships in biography and medical research, 61, 66
      • London School of Economics and Politics offering a research scholarship, 160
      • Geoffrey Billing was awarded a travelling scholarship, 161
      • Lincoln David Dowie awarded Angas Engineering Scholarship, 162
      • Fred Johns Scholarship for biography to be on subject of George Fife Angas to be submitted by July 31st, 1936, 162
      • C R Morris Scholarship awarded to Angus Jamieson, Marvyn Smith, photograph, 180
      • Madeleine Rees George Memorial Prize establishes scholarship for women, 84
      • photograph of three musical students awarded Elder scholarships, 182
    • School of Mines,
      • fee increase for mathematics, 3
      • members of council appointed, 55, 121
      • engineering students to go on tour, 167
      • Fisher lecture to be given in Brookman Hall, 172
      • photograph of members of council, 175
      • death of D M Charleston, former council member, 186h
      • School of Mines Associate Diploma in Engineering accepted by Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 17
      • appointments to Council, 121
    • Science Association,
      • students involved in intellectual societies, sport clubs, etc, 150
    • Science, Study of,
      • Dr M L E Oliphant working on heavy hydrogen in Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, under direction of Lord Rutherford, 143
    • Scotch College,
      • Headmaster, N M G Gratton supports campaign for music in schools, 158, 168
      • Headmaster critical of public examination system, 186g
    • Scott, Sir Walter,
      • triennial lecture program proposed for Sir Walter Scott Centenary, 44
    • Scullin, Mr,
      • Leader of Opposition addressed Labor Club on unemployment, 173
      • photograph of students listening to Mr Scullin, 174
      • critical of Federal Budget, 186n
    • Secondary Education,
      • statistics sought for numbers of students successful in public examinations, 3
      • governor urges more teaching of foreign languages, 34
      • high school students struggling to pay examination fees, 41
      • number and value of awards given for intermediate, leaving honours results, 49
      • cuts sought in examination fees, 9, 13, 44
      • complaint from parent on layout of English paper, 58
      • headmistress on school problems, 61
      • comments on examinations and headmistress’s assertions, 62, 63
      • St Peter’s Headmaster on need for changes, 64
      • leaving examination criticised, 69
      • changes to intermediate examination, 71
      • differences in performance of boys and girls, 71
      • should Intermediate be abolished, 80
      • too many social outings for girls, 90a
      • applications for government bursaries to close, 110
      • fewer subjects needed in public examinations, 113
      • government economies in school staffing, introduction of fees for high school, 103a, 103b
      • new conditions for examinations, 132
      • public examination ‘howlers’, 140
      • weaknesses revealed in examination papers, 141
      • AMEB asks that music be a matriculation subject, 145
      • Dr Harold Davies’ new scheme for teaching music in schools, 158, 159
      • teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Seddon, G D L,
      • awarded John Creswell scholarship, 76
    • Segnit, Ralph,
      • Secretary of Royal Society reported on trip to Petermann Range by H H Finlayson, 155
    • Sells, Mrs (nee Iris Esther Robertson),
      • to attend International Federation of University Women in Edinburgh, 27
    • Senate, University of Adelaide,
      • from "The Advertiser", 1884, Senate agreed to establishment of chairs of music, anatomy and chemistry, 169
      • nominations to fill Senate vacancies due, 111
    • Sergeant, M S,
      • took part in Men's Union debate, 186m
    • Shann, Professor Edward Owen Giblin,
      • accepts offer of Chair of Economics at Adelaide University, 109, 110
      • photograph, 109
      • visits Adelaide, to take up position next year, 145
      • submitted his resignation to University of Western Australia, 152
    • Shannon, Abe,
      • receives OBE in New Year Honours, 122
      • photograph and biography, 186l
    • Shannon, H H,
      • wrote on points related to debate over siting of TB Clinic, 186c
    • Shannon, Mr,
      • proposed increase of funds for Northfield Mental Hospital be disallowed, 186c
    • Sharman, Miss E,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Shaw, Miss A M,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Shaw, Miss K H,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Shaw, P,
      • editor of Melbourne student newspaper deposed for ‘blasphemous and disloyal expressions’, 186i
    • Sheldon, Dr Strafford,
      • conducted postmortem on late Prof H G Chapmen, 186e
    • Sheridan, Miss A F Keith,
      • 1922 legacy to University, 62
    • Shetliffe, F D,
      • treasurer of Pharmaceutical Society at annual meeting, 161
    • Shinkfield, J,
      • soloist in South Australian Orchestra concert, 15
    • Shnukal, Jack,
      • Bachelor of Engineering, Diploma of Applied Science conferred in absentia, 155
    • Shoobridge, Ivan,
      • appointed legal assistant, Crown Law Office, New Guinea, biography, 147
    • Shorney, Dr Herbert Frank,
      • obituary, photograph, 83
    • Siebert, Mrs W,
      • hosted a delegate from interstate for Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Silver, William,
      • played with a student in a Students' concert, 151
      • his students played in Student's concert, 168
    • Simpson, Mrs A M,
      • 1922 legacy to University, 62
    • Simpson, Mrs Allan,
      • committee member, Friends of Public Library, 34
    • Sims, R,
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
    • Sinclair, Miss Jean,
      • in memorable Delius recital, 160, 161
    • Sir Joseph Verco Medal,
      • presented to Professor J B Cleland, 140
    • Skeats, Professor E W,
      • at meetings of National Research Council about manipulation of funds, 153, 186e
    • Skipper, S H,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
    • Skinner, Mostyn,
      • provided musical entertainment at annual dinner Men’s Union, 145
    • Slade, J H G,
      • gained an award in public administration, 66
    • Slee, D L,
      • in party of Engineering students to go on tour, 167
    • Sleigh, Marie,
      • winner of Elder Scholarship for violin, 59
      • young musical genius, photograph, 186k
    • Smeaton, Dr Bronte,
      • replaced Sir Henry Simpson Newland on hospital advisory committee, 10
      • honoured by Adelaide Medical Students Society for 25 years of service as honorary surgeon at Adelaide Hospital, 104a
    • Smith, F V, QC,
      • moved that Ralph Meyrick Hague be admitted to Bar, 65
    • Smith, Harold Whitmore,
      • death of winner of 1908 Angas Engineering Scholarship, 78
    • Smith, Kenneth William Algernon,
      • appointed Headmaster of King’s College, photograph, 104
      • supported Dr Davies’ proposed changes to music in schools, 158
    • Smith, Dr Marjorie,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Smith, Marvyn,
      • pupil of Alberton School won C R Morris Scholarship, photograph, 180
    • Smith, Richard,
      • played in memorable town hall concert, 167
    • Smith, Miss Roxy,
      • new graduate to be toasted at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
    • Smith, J L,
      • appointed consulting dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Solomon, Dr George Herbert,
      • passed examinations for Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), 44
      • appointed honorary clinical assistant in surgery at hospital, 121
      • FRCS, Edinburgh, 144
    • Solomon, Helen Ethel,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Sorrell, Miss Margaret,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
      • Hosted Miss M E Wood, Librarian, UWA, 178b
    • Souter, G B,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study engineering, 78
    • South Australian Music Teachers Association,
      • began in 1906, 101
    • South Australian Orchestra,
      • Professor Davies spoke on concert clashes, 41
      • Harold Parsons, Conductor, has been granted six months leave, 156
      • third concert, 159, 160
      • praised by Percy Grainger, 164
      • fourth concert success with Percy Grainger, 167, 168
      • at fifth concert, reaches great heights, 173
    • South, Marty,
      • sang in conservatorium recital, 146
    • Southwood, Dr Albert Ray,
      • member of Dental Board, 1, 2
      • effect of radium on the body, precautions needed for workers, 111
      • Chair of SA Central Board of Health passed MRCP London Diploma, 162
    • Sowden, Sir William,
      • reported on success of Dr W D Walker in London, 68
    • Spafford, Mr,
      • acted as principal of Roseworthy College temporarily while new principal appointed, 186q
    • Sparbier, H,
      • tympanist played at organ concerts, 167, 170, 172
    • Sparrow, Maxwell Elliott,
      • B Eng and Diploma in Applied Science conferred, 154, 155
    • Sport,
      • university sports year book to be issued, 162
    • Sports Association,
      • meeting of general committee decides to sink well in sports oval, 173
    • St Andrew's College,
      • examination results for members, 1
      • scholarships to attend awarded, 7, 129
      • G K Hughes attended St Andrews College, 151
    • St Peter's Cathedral,
      • Precentor, Rev H P Finnis, at lunch for former organist of Westminster Abbey, 172
      • photograph of mourners leaving cathedral after State tribute to Sir Josiah Symon, 177
    • St Peter's College,
      • Headmaster, Rev Guy Pentreath, supported campaign for music in schools, 158, 168
    • St Andrew's College,
      • examination results of students, 1
      • winners of scholarships, 7
      • annual report with examination results, 69
      • scholarships awarded, 119, 129
    • St Mark's College,
      • residential bursaries, 6
      • new tutors in Medicine and English literature, 8
      • annual report, 66
      • filled to capacity, 78
      • college bursaries, 121
      • college awards, 130
    • Staff,
      • Professor A E V Richardson appointed to board of trustees of John Ridley memorial, 146
      • Dr H K Fry appointed official visitor to Parkside Mental Hospital, 146
      • D B Adams appointed plant pathologist at Waite Institute, 146
      • employment conditions, 40, 41
      • staff influential informing Friends of the Public Library, 34
      • members of staff attended the King’s levee, photograph, 176b
    • State Government,
      • granted evening studentships, 8, 78, 135
      • awards and scholarships, 110
      • exhibitions and bursaries, 49, 68, 123
      • established University by Act, 1874, 127
      • change of Cabinet, 75, 81
      • education policy of government, costs, 103a, 103b
      • appointed Andrew Ward Bowden Public Actuary, 143
      • reduced university grant from ₤80,626 to ₤60,587, 11
      • education costs, 92, 186d
      • leader of Parliamentary Labor Party disapproves of scheme for graduates in Parliament, 130
    • Statutes,
      • Adelaide University Statute forbids academic staff to sit in Parliament or become members of a political party, 40, 41
      • actions to be taken for students whom their lecturer judges unable to profit by a course of lectures, 162
      • set conditions for scholarship for writing biography of George Fife Angas, 162
    • Stephens, C G,
      • Tasmanian working with Professor Prescott on soil research at Waite, 39
    • Stephens, Charles Francis,
      • letter describing since graduating in 1897, 78
    • Stephens, Mr,
      • argued TB Clinic should not be in city, 186c
      • argued teachers had right to have salaries determined by Industrial Court, 186p
    • Stevens, Charles J,
      • president of SA Music Teachers Association in 1906, 101
    • Stewart, Professor John McKellar,
      • supports government appointment of child psychologist for delinquent children, 31
      • member of committee of Friends of Public Library, 34
      • argues for abolition of Intermediate examination, 80
      • Chairman of WEA joint committee, gave address on Russian education, 109
      • to give three lectures on The Making of Selves, 146
      • public lectures on The Making of Selves, 160, 161, 162
      • impressed by quality of essays submitted for Sir George Murray prize by members of public service, 103b
    • Stirling, Sir Lancelot,
      • obituary, photograph, 20
    • Stoate, Theodore Norman,
      • held position in Western Australian Forest Department, first winner of Russell Grimwade forestry prize, 1, 10
    • Stocker, E O,
      • cinematographer from Sydney part of anthropological expedition, 36
    • Stokes, Edward, BA (Adelaide), MA (Oxford),
      • obituary for Headmaster of Queen's College, photograph, 140
    • Stoney, Mrs Edith A,
      • British delegate spoke on cinema as dope of masses, 178b
    • Stott, Mr,
      • said government had not applied legal methods in teachers' salary cut, 186p
    • Stow Prize,
      • J E Kelly recommended for one of the three Stow and Prizes, 115
    • Stratmann, Dr P F,
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
    • Stratton, C W,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study commerce, 78
    • Strehlow, Theodore Georg Heinrich,
      • to take up position as assistant lecturer in English, biography, 133
      • Sydney university research party hope to join up with Strehlow, 68
    • Strickland, A G,
      • appointed Chief horticultural officer in S A, 150
    • Strong, Sir Archibald Thomas,
      • first appointee to Jury Chair of English, 13
      • Dr Bald editing Memoir and Memorial volume for Professor Strong, 59
      • produced some of his best work here, 89
    • Strungk, Delphin,
      • played at re-opening concert of reconstructed organ, 170
    • Stuckey, Dr Edward Joseph,
      • medical missionary career since graduation, 33
    • Stuckey, R R,
      • Under-treasurer given CMG in Honours list, 23
    • Student Activities and Protests,
      • student debate, 186m
      • council suggests students abandon initiation ceremonies, 16
      • students propose to form a Labor Club, 26
      • initiation ceremonies, 40
      • lighter side of university life, 94
    • Student Services,
      • Barr Smith Library to open at night, 26
      • value of medical examination of students, 98
    • Student Statistics,
      • student numbers, fees and total costs for medical students, 10
      • 400 students in Commerce Faculty, 11
    • Student Union,
      • D K Picken, Master of Ormond College, addressed Men’s Union on universities as cultural centres, 13
      • regulation against liquor at student union functions, 116
      • communists attend Men's Union debate, 144
      • Master of Ormond College speaks on universities as cultural centres to Men's Union, 13
      • of 1500 students, 400 play sport, 9
      • steady increase in numbers of student members and student activities since Student Union Building completed in 1929, 71
      • annual report for 1932 submitted, 78
      • K T Hamilton appointed secretary of Union, 143
      • legacy of five hundred pounds left to library of Women’s Union by Sir Josiah Symon, 166
      • Men’s Union supported Women's Union in protest against closing of Barr Smith Library in evenings, 11
      • Vice President, L T Ewens, says girls on campus for social life do not wield influence, 90
    • Student Union Building,
      • its importance for student associations and activities, 150
    • Students,
      • employment conditions, 50, 186b
      • student life and activities, 150, 155
      • Headmistress, I Macdonald, of Presbyterian Ladies College, critical of non-matriculated students attending university, 90, 90a
    • Sullivan, A G,
      • in party of engineering students to go on tour, 167
    • Summer, Dr D J R,
      • to provide first post-graduate lecture for 1934, 151
      • former Rhodes Scholar, 28
      • at gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Sumner, Thelma Joyce,
      • awarded Grade 111 Practice of Music Exhibtion, 51
    • Surgery, Study of,
      • surgery demonstrations at conference of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 132, 134
    • Sutherland, Caroline,
      • Sir Josiah Symon left legacy for Mrs Alice Evers for caring for his cousin, Caroline Sutherland, 165
    • Swan, F M,
      • member of Dental Board, 1, 2
    • Sweeney, Gordon,
      • Mr & Mrs Sweeney to Methodist Mission in North Queensland, 43
    • Syme, Sir George,
      • one of proposers of forming College of Surgeons, 178a
    • Symon, Commander Oliver J,
      • legacies for son by Sir Josiah Symon, 165
      • in photograph shown carrying father’s ashes, 177
    • Symon, Sir Josiah,
      • appeals against tax of gift for construction of Lady Symon Building, 16, 37, 42
      • celebrates 86th birthday, short biography, 44
      • celebrates 87th birthday, short biography, 104a
      • Public Library accepts bequest of private Symon library, 141, 166
      • death announcements, obituaries, photographs, 138, 139
      • council offers sympathy to Lady Symon on husband’s death, 142
      • details of his will and legacies to relatives, 165, 166
      • photograph of mourners leaving State funeral for Sir Josiah Symon, 177
    • Symons, Ivor G,
      • published A modern geography for Australian schools, 186d
    • Symons, Lloyd Alfred Grigg,
      • awarded Young Scholarship, 43
      • returns from successful study at Cambridge, 43
  • T

    • Tasmania, University of,
      • Kenneth Owen Shatwell appointed Professor of Law, 110
    • Tassie, Mr,
      • asked whether BMA approval of TB Clinic site was wholly independent, 186c
    • Tate Memorial Medal,
      • applications closed, 51
    • Tate, Professor Ralph,
      • Tate's 1882 supposition that the dugong was the apocryphal bunyip, 33
    • Tauber, Oscar,
      • publicity officer for Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Taunton, H C D,
      • appointed dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
    • Taylor, J K, MA, BSc,
      • chemist at Waite working with Professor Prescott on soil research, 39
    • Taylor, Dr Robert Herbert George,
      • returns from post-graduate dentistry studies in Toronto and Boston, 34
    • Taylor, Trevor Roy, LLB,
      • admitted to SA Bar, 82
    • Teacher Training,
      • fewer or no students to be admitted to training college, 8, 123
      • new students to be admitted, 51
      • training teachers to teach music in schools, 159
    • Teachers' College,
      • smaller number of students entering, 8
      • new students to be admitted, 51
      • government economies affect Training college, 103a
      • no new students to be admitted, 123
      • training teachers to teach music in schools, 159
    • Teachers' Union,
      • teachers' salary cut, 103a
    • Teakle, Mary,
      • awarded Grade IV Theory of Music Exhibition, 51
    • Theology, Study of,
      • Rev D F Mitchell argues that theology should be university subject, 24
    • Thomas, Margaret Helen,
      • conferring of degrees, 154, 155
    • Thomas, R G,
      • architect of Supreme Court, 172
    • Thomas, Mrs E Davies Thomas,
      • obituary, endowed Davies-Thomas medical scholarships, 144
    • Thomas, R G,
      • worked with Professor Wood on research at Koonamore, 155
    • Thomas Price Scholarship,
      • tenable for four years study at university, 110
    • Thompson, Donald,
      • noted anthropologist appointed to work in Northern Territory, 165
    • Thompson, Mr,
      • said Government determined to cut grant for education, 186p
    • Thomson, Alexander McQueen,
      • won J G Duncan-Hughes scholarship for St Andrews College, 129
    • Thomson, Harry, K C,
      • indicated willingness to join local society for former Oxford scholars, 44
      • met with other Rhodes Scholars, 92
      • replied to editoral on Scholars or Leaders, 93
      • obituaries, 108, 109
      • photograph, 108
      • his contribution to University council, 110
    • Thornber, Catherine Maria,
      • bursary established in memory of former principal of Unley Park School, 74
    • Thornber Bursary,
      • Frances Carstairs Rymill awarded Thornber Bursary, 74
    • Thyer, F L,
      • apology for gathering of Rhodes Scholars, 165
    • Tideman, Harold,
      • sang in concert, 168
    • Tidemann, E P,
      • nominated for dental scholarship at North Western University, Chicago, 146
    • Tilly, Miss,
      • member of council of SA Music Teachers Association, 101
    • Tindale, Norman Barnett,
      • member of expedition to Mt Liebig, 36
      • left for three months study of natives in Musgrave Ranges, accompanied by Dr C Hackett, 84, 91
      • reported on study of three months, 101
      • photograph, 101
      • to be met at Ernabella by anthropological expedition coming from Adelaide, 91
      • article describing Tantanoola Caves published in Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Society of South Australia, 125
      • returned from study of natives of the south east, accompanied by last member of Coorong tribe, Milerum or Mr Clarence Long, 130
      • discussed implications of proposal to 'breed out black blood', 138
      • showed and commented on films and 'stills' taken by him and Dr C Hackett and him and Dr Fry re lives and customs of natives in the Mann and Tomkinson ranges, 153
      • to accompany annual anthropological expedition as ethnologist and ethnological items collected by him to be retained by Museum, 160
      • reported on work of anthropology expedition, 164
      • in party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
    • Todd, Sir Charles,
      • founder of Adelaide Observatory, 14
    • Tostevin, Dr A L,
      • appointed honorary assistant ophthalmologist at Adelaide Hospital, 104a
      • conducted operations and gave demonstrations at conference of surgeons, 132
    • Trades and Labour Council,
      • death of former president, 186h
    • Trenerry, H G,
      • member of Council of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Truman, Miss,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Tuck, Bernard Geoffrey,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study law, 78
      • 19 year old Bernard G Tuck awarded LLB, 114
    • Turnbull, Gordon McLeod,
      • won a T E Barr Smith scholarship to attend St Andrews College, 129
    • Turner, Dr F B,
      • newly registered as doctor, 121
      • appointed resident medical officer, Adelaide Hospital, 121
  • U

    • Universities, other,
      • Professor W E Agar defended dismissal of editors of Melbourne University student paper, 186i
      • Professor W E Agar at meeting of Australian National Research Council on manipulation of funds, 153
      • Bodleian library appeal for funds, 27
      • society of former Oxford students to be formed in South Australia, 44
      • University of Catania, Sicily, invites University of Adelaide to share in its 500th year anniversary, 146
      • Dr R S Wallace compares Australian and American universities, 81
      • director of cancer research at Sydney University died, 146, 147, 153, 186e
      • editors of Melbourne University paper deposed, 186i
      • external courses at Queensland University, 186d
      • Kenneth Owen Shatwell appointed Professor of Law at University of Tasmania, 110
      • in Melbourne, increasing numbers of graduates being assisted in finding jobs by University Appointment Board, 156
      • University of Western Australia to re-establish Chair of Engineering and advertise other positions, 152
      • Sir William Mitchell to receive honorary degree of DLitt from UWA, 10, 11
      • UWA professors accused of travelling away from campus on slightest excuse. If Uni not suffering, then this was evidence of over-staffing, 39
      • UWA professors not recalled from science conference, 40
      • Melbourne University using graduates to teach, 110
      • UWA may ask senior students to teach, 110
      • Miss M E Wood, University Librarian, UWA, said many wanted a women’s college for UWA and a Women’s College Fund had been established, 178b
    • Upton, Dr W C T,
      • appointed assistant to skin section, Adelaide Hospital, 39
  • V

    • aughan, John Howard,
      • awarded CBE in Honours list, 23
    • Verco, Doctor Ronald Lister,
      • gained Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 1
    • Verco, Sir Joseph Cooke,
      • obituary, photograph, 96
      • attendees at funeral, 98
      • bequests, 101, 102
      • address given on his life, 121
      • presentation of Sir Joseph Verco Medal, 140
    • Verco, Mrs Stanley,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Vice-Chancellors,
      • introduction of payment of vice chancellors debated, 16, 116
    • Victoria Drive,
      • photograph of elm trees and university buildings, 186r
    • Virgo, Jean,
      • played in students' concert, 151
    • Visitors,
      • Vice Admiral Imamura of Japanese navy visits university, photograph, 16
      • Governor General, Sir Isaac Isaacs, visited Barr Smith Library, 44
    • Vogalsang, T,
      • in party was formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
    • Vollmar, Mr,
      • teacher at Adelaide College of Music, 101
  • W

    • Wainwright, John William,
      • likely to be new Auditor-General, 123
      • appointed Auditor-General, photograph, 126
      • given permission to continue lecturing at university, 128
    • Wainwright, W E,
      • attended meetings of National Research Council about manipulation of funds, 153, 186e
    • Wait, Miss Y,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Waite Agricultural Research Institute,
      • Director Professor A E V Richardson attended Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
      • Peter Waite's daughter, Mrs Elizabeth MacKeikan, leaves residue of her estate to University, expected to benefit Waite Institute, 7
      • continuing research on optimal growth of merino sheep, 15
      • Dr J Davidson and staff need money for research against thrips, 29
      • chemists on Waite staff work on soil research, 39
      • candelabrum presented to John Ridley in recognition of his invention of a reaper given to Waite Institute, 44
      • Doctorate of Science conferred on Professor Prescott of Waite, 45
      • visiting German expert praises Waite, 80
      • Geoffrey Samuel describes Waite fight against tomato wilt, 92
      • deputation seeks grant for thrips research, 111
      • Carnegie Trust offers funds to Waite, 140
      • Polar medal for A Howard, former member of Waite staff, 143
      • D B Adam appointed plant pathologist at Waite, 146, 177
      • major report on research at Waite, 149
      • Waite staff member, L A T Ballard, awarded scholarship at Cambridge, 157, 176a
      • director of Waite at meeting of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 168
    • Waite, Edgar,
      • author of books dealing with fish, reptiles and amphibia, 152
    • Waite, Mrs Peter,
      • ten year anniversary of her death by which Urrbrae Estate passed to university, 56
    • Walker, Hilda,
      • member of subcommittee which organised Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Walker, Dr William Delano,
      • in London, lectured on work of Rev John Flynn, 59
      • his successes in England reported by Sir William Sowden, 68
      • letter from him describing his activities in England, photograph, 126
    • Walkley, Allan,
      • appointed to staff of Waite Agricultural Institute, 90
    • Walkley, Gavin,
      • chairman of Men's Union presided at first annual dinner, 145
    • Wallace, Dr Frank Kenneth,
      • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery conferred, 154, 155
    • Wallace, Professor,
      • V C Sydney University had file on Prof H G Chapmen but did not act, 186e
    • Wallman, R H,
      • moved that Frank Lindsay Worth be admitted to Bar, 65
    • Walsh, J P,
      • police prosecutor in case of stolen microscopes, 147
    • Walsh, Kevin Gerald, LLB,
      • admitted to Bar, 65
    • Walter, O H,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
    • Walter, Miss Hilda,
      • new graduate to be toasted at annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • SA graduate attended Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Want, Mrs. R.A.,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Ward, Dr Leonard Keith,
      • article on inflammable gases found in bore holes at Minlaton and Kangaroo Island, in Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Society of South Australia, 125
      • photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
    • Ward, J F,
      • member of committee of University Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • in discussions about teaching of music in schools, 158
      • attended teaching music in schools demonstration at Conservatorium, 168
      • discussed value of aesthetic education, 186g
      • discussed implications of more leisure for workers, 186o
      • principal of Prince Alfred College, photograph, 186o
    • Ward, Dr Leonard Keith,
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
      • to contribute a chapter to Sir Edgeworth David's book, 48
      • pays tribute to Professor Howchin, 125
    • Warden, Joy,
      • one of Adelaide’s young musical geniuses, 186k
    • Warhurst, W W,
      • President of Pharmaceutical Society at granting of diplomas, 161
    • Waterhouse, Miss L,
      • resigned from advisory committee of Mareeba Babies Hospital, 145
    • Watkins, Miss E,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Watson, Professor Archibald,
      • Details of present activities of former Adelaide professor, photographs, 114, 125
    • Watson, Catherine,
      • performed in Opera Class production of "Faust", 154
    • Watson, Miss P N,
      • member of Dress and Color committee for Royal visit, 179a
    • Watts, M E J,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study arts, 78
    • Way, Sir Samuel James,
      • presided at inaugural meeting of Shakespeare Society in 1884, 155
      • bequest of books to University, 141
    • Webb, Dr Arthur Liddon,
      • appointed Surgeon-Superintendent, Broken Hill Hospital, 84
      • returning to Sydney after studying bone diseases in India, 78
    • Wellcome Gold Medal,
      • F E Williams was awarded the Welcome Gold Medal, 158
    • Wells, Larry,
      • led Elder Expedition of 1891 which explored central Australia, 155
    • West, Reginald Arthur,
      • Principal of Adelaide High School elected to Council, photograph, 118
    • Westover, Madam Ada,
      • tutored promising young violinist, 186k
    • Wheatley, Dr Frederick William,
      • educational and naval career, 23
      • received CBE in honours list, 23
    • Whibley, Cyril G,
      • returning after 5 years’ experience in England in electrical engineering, 172, 173
    • Whimpress, Thomas Abraham, LLB,
      • admitted as legal practitioner, 141
    • Whitford, Mr,
      • Minister of Agriculture thanked at Annual Prize Giving Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Whitham, Miss A B,
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Whitington, Sylvia,
    • Wibberly, Brian,
      • book published in London on relation of Religion and Music reviewed, 157
    • Wicks, H N,
      • Chair of Advisory Board of Agriculture to hold public meeting to raise money for research on thrips, 29
    • Wigley, T J,
      • given certificate of Pharmacy, 161
    • Wilcher, Lewis Charles,
      • SA Rhodes scholar wins Calbertian Prize, Balliol College, 1
      • met with Dr Charles Fenner and other SA Rhodes scholars in Oxford, 3
      • appointed Dean, Trinity College Melbourne, biography 121
      • success, 66
    • Wilcox, Frank,
      • appointed to executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
    • Wildy, R A,
      • in party of Engineering students to go on tour, 167
    • Wiebusch, Adele,
      • student of John Horner gave recital, 111
    • Wilkie, L, Director of Art Gallery,
      • in party formed for annual anthropology expedition, 167
    • Wilkins, Sir Hubert,
      • Plans 12 weather observation stations in Antarctica to improve weather forecasting, 174
    • Wilkinson, Professor Herbert John,
      • member of committee of Graduate Union for 1934, 152
      • re-elected chairman of Graduate's Union, 157
      • to attend ANZAAS, 30
      • to give public lecture, 85
      • gave public lecture on evolution of human brain, 87, 89a
      • brief biography, 121, 140
      • appointed president of University union, photograph, 140
      • urged provision of building for Men’s Union, need for expression of leadership, 145
      • against intermarriage of Aborigines and whites, 138
      • promoted goals of proposed music salon, 157
      • chaired meeting which founded Adelaide Music Salon, 160
      • elected chair of executive committee of Adelaide Music Salon, 160
      • spoke of musical innovation at university, 167
      • present at lunch for former organist at Westminster Abbey, 172
      • photographed at annual commemoration lunch, 180
    • Wilkinson, Thomas Lancelot,
      • senior forestry officer in South Rhodesia, visiting family in South Australia, 57
    • Williams, Donald Carter, BA,
      • won J C Duncan-Hughes scholarship to St Andrews College, 7
      • won the Lady Duncan scholarship to St Andrews College, 129
      • won David Murray Scholarship last year, 129
    • Williams, Francis Edgar,
      • 1915 Rhodes Scholar visiting Adelaide, 96
      • awarded Wellcome Gold Medal, 158
      • studying on Rockefeller Fellowship, 158
      • given award by Royal Anthropological Institute, 176a
      • photograph, 176a
    • Williams, H Gill,
      • appointed consulting dental surgeon, Adelaide Hospital, 33
      • member university dentistry department, appointed to Adelaide Hospital advisory committee, 145
    • Williams, Hartley,
      • performed in Students’ concert, 168
    • Williamson, Arthur,
      • as Vice President of Musical Association of SA, helps plan music festival, 95
      • claims nucleus of teachers available for new music in schools, 159
      • Dr Davies responds to his comments, 159
    • Williamson, Kathleen,
      • played in Students’ concert, 168
    • Willsmore, Miss E,
      • treasurer of Musical Association of SA, 95
    • Willson, J H,
      • in party of Engineering students to go on tour, 167
    • Wiltshire, Mary,
      • played in Students’ concert, 168
    • Winser, Leigh,
      • photograph of members of Council of School of Mines, 175
    • Witt, Eric Hans,
      • with Arthur Phillip Hunwick has invented gauge to measure inflow of water into reservoirs, 33
    • Women Students,
      • registrar says no need for women's college yet, 46
      • annual meeting of Women Graduates Association, 53
      • annual dinner of Women’s Union, 119
      • woman graduate dies in India, 129
      • women graduates admitted to practice of law, 141
    • Womersley, Herbert,
      • to replace A M Lea as entomologist at Museum, 47
    • Wood, Dr Gordon Leslie,
      • was master at St Peter’s College, 151
      • lecture on problems of Exchange and Sterling, 112, 113
      • leaving for US and England to study means of economic recovery, 168
    • Wood, Professor Joseph Garnett Wood,
      • report on rabbit damage at Koonamore reserve, 26
      • debated antiquity of Jervois skull, 27
      • reports on what sex means in plant life, 30
      • awarded DSc in recognition of his scientific research, 96
      • appointed to “Fauna and Flora Board to replace Michael Hawker, 119
      • submitted to council report of research at Koonamore reserve, 155
      • appointed Professor of Botany, 156
      • biography and photograph, 156
      • winner of John Bagot Scholarship and John L Young Scholarship, 156
      • to give lecture in 1932 public lecture program, 24
      • appointed to Chair of Botany, 156
      • short biography and photograph, 156
    • Wood, Philip,
      • played in Students' concerts, 151, 168
    • Wood-Jones, Professor Frederic,
      • claims Jervois skull is modern, 27
      • to visit China, 74
      • distinguished scholar once member of university staff, 89
      • short biography, 126
      • published handbook on mammals, 152
    • Woodroffe, K,
      • Dux of second year, silver medal winner, Annual Prize Giving at Roseworthy College, 186q
    • Woods, Mrs Tenison, (nee Mary Kitson),
      • advocated Law as a profession for girls, 103
      • at Conference of Australian Federation of University Women, 178b
    • Worden, Delma Joy,
      • awarded Grade IV Practice of Music Exhibition, 51
    • Workers' Educational Association,
      • tutor at WEA appointed headmistress of Victorian school, 107
      • offers opportunities to all ages to study, get degrees, 30
      • President celebrates end of WEA year, thanks University for support, 109
      • Secretary of WEA promised consideration of request for short course for clergy, 153
    • Worth, Frank Lindsay, LLB,
      • admitted to Bar, 65
    • Wotton, Harry,
      • appointed to Elder Conservatorium, 71, 73
      • photographs, 71, 73
      • sang at Peter Bornstein's recital, 144
      • to produce student opera, 151
      • sang songs by Grieg in staff concert, 153
      • to assist in concert on rebuilt organ, 175
      • Producer of Opera Class performance of "Faust", 154
      • sang in orchestral concert, 160
      • to sing in musical interlude, 165
      • sang in lunch time concert in Lady Symon Hall, 167
      • sang at re-opening of reconstructed Elder Hall Organ, 167, 169
      • Mrs Alex Burnard sang in his place when he was ill, 173
    • Wright, Dorothy M,
      • winner of Joseph Fisher Medal, 172, 173
    • Wright, L M,
      • awarded evening scholarship to study law, 78
    • Wynes, William Anstey,
      • awarded Doctor of Laws and Bonython Prize, 118
  • Y

    • Yorkgate Library,
      • F G Davidson rejects criticism of Circulating Library; small demand for scientific and technical books met by Yorkgate Library in Institute building, 186s
    • Young Scholarship,
      • L H G Symons won Young Scholarship, 43
    • Young, Sir Walter,
      • managing director of Elder Smith and Co, reports on economic trends after returning from overseas, 52
      • attended State tribute to Sir Josiah Symon, 177
  • Z

    • Zoology, Study of,
      • Professor Cleland donates rare bird, fleshy footed shearwater, to Museum, 53