Index to Volume 8 (1914-1916) - University Newscuttings Books

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  • A

    • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize,
      • letter regarding, 85
      • Council considerations, 55, 56
      • awarded to Merle Robertson, 88
    • Allen, Sir Harry Brookes, MD,
      • honoured with degree, 64, 66
    • Andrew Scott Prize,
      • for Latin, 60
    • Angas Engineering Exhibition,
      • awarded to H.W. Strempel, 75
    • Angas Parsons, Herbert, LLB,
      • celebrates birthday, 113
      • elected member of Council, 87
  • B

    • Barlow, Dr William, CMG,
      • congratulated on recent honour, 8
      • investiture ceremony (photograph), 29
      • death and biography, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99
    • Barr Smith, Robert,
      • 91st birthday (photograph), 79, 80
      • offered house during war for military hospital, 116
      • nominated to council, 165
      • death and biography, 165, 167, 168, 169
    • Barr Smith Prize,
      • for Greek, awarded to Sesca L. Somerville, 60
    • Beare, Professor Thomas.Hudson,
      • Prince Alfred old scholars meet to honour an old boy, 39
      • celebrates birthday, 129
    • Bequests, gifts and endowments, 94, 169
    • Bevan, Frederick Charles,
      • summary of career (photograph), 137, 138
    • Bragg, Professor William Henry, FRS,
      • awarded Barnard Medal for atomic research, 134
      • Nobel Prize for Physics (photograph), 165, 166
      • summary of career, 131
    • Bragg, William Lawrence, MA
      • awarded Barnard Medal, 134
      • Nobel prize (photograph), 165, 166
    • British Association of Advancement of Science,
      • degrees conferred on visiting members, 13, 17
      • pending visit, 5
      • members visit Adelaide, 16
    • British Medical Association,
      • report of meeting in Aberdeen, 37, 38
    • Brookman, George,
      • summary of career (photograph), 90
    • Brose, Henry Herman Leopold Adolph,
      • arrested in Germany (photograph), 53
    • Brown, Professor William Jethro,
      • international law in time of war (photograph), 18, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31
      • America’s position on the Great War (photograph), 132, 133
      • on national service, 155
      • on future peace or savagery, 162
    • Buildings,
      • North Terrace, 185
  • C

    • Calendar,
      • for 1915, 82
    • Chapple, Frank, BA, BSc,
      • pending retirement (photograph), 6
      • re-elected Warden of Senate, 56
      • biography and retirement (photograph), 66, 68
    • Chancellors,
    • Charlton, Charles,
      • appointed Chief Inspector of Schools, 80
      • biography (photograph), 80
    • Classical Association,
      • meeting, 90
      • letter about meeting, 101
      • importance of Latin, 145, 146
    • Commonwealth Bureau of Science and Industry,
    • Council, University of Adelaide
      • nominations, 0, 84, 165
      • first woman, Dr Helen Mary Mayo elected to, 8
      • meetings, 41, 62, 74, 170
      • proposed change to elections, 56, 86
      • government representatives for senate, 154
    • Crespigny,
      • see de Crespigny
    • Creswell Scholarship,
      • conditions for, 37
    • Cudmore, Dr Arthur Murray,
      • enlists (photograph), 110
  • D

    • David Murray Prize,
      • awarded to Francis E Williams, 60
    • de Crespigny, Dr Constantine Trent Champion,
      • enlists (photograph), 113
    • Dealy, Francis Henry,
      • awarded John Ridley Memorial Scholarship, 108
    • Dentistry, School of,
      • letter on need for, 88, 100
    • Downer, Sir John,
      • presides over meeting, 106
      • death and summary of career (photograph), 141, 142, 143, 144, 145
  • E

    • Elder Conservatorium,
    • Elder Music Scholarship,
      • awarded to Merle Robertson, 88
      • former winner, Clara Kleinschmidt (Serena) returns from overseas, 53, 105
    • Elder Prizes,
      • Medical, 60
    • Employment conditions
    • Ennis, Dr John Matthew,
      • brief biography, 145
    • Enrolments
      • fear war would affect enrolments unfounded, 85
    • Examinations,
    • Extension lectures, 0, 2, 3, 7, 9, 33, 41, 85, 88, 126
      • see also Public Lectures
  • F

    • Farr, Dr Clinton Coleridge,
      • work on magnetic survey, 134
    • Fees,
      • disadvantaged students, 4
    • Finlayson, J H,
      • donation of ₤200 to John Lorenzo Young Scholarship Fund, 94, 169
  • G

    • German - Australians,
    • Girdlestone, Reverend Canon, MA,
      • Headmaster of St Peters College resigns (photograph), 148, 149
    • Gordon, James Leslie
      • killed at Gallipoli, 148, 149
    • Graduates,
    • Graduation ceremonies, 62, 90, 93, 94, 157, 158, 172
      • special ceremonies for graduates going to war, 90, 93, 157
      • staff and students roll of honour, 65, 67
    • Grant, Kerr, Professor of Physics
      • requests magnetic survey, 121
      • on science and the war (photograph), 123, 124, 159
      • supports state organisation of science, 159
  • H

    • Hall, Anthony Basil McKellar,
      • former student killed in action, 150
    • Hartley Studentship,
      • awarded to D C Cooper, 75
    • Hawkes, R J
      • lecture on "War in its relation to finance", 118
    • Hayward, Dr Lancelot Alfred,
      • enlists (photograph), 113
    • Hayward, Dr. William Thornborough,
      • elected Vice-President of British Medical Association, 37, 38
    • Henderson, Professor George Cockburn,
    • Howchin, Walter,
      • on dead rivers of South Australia, 0, 2, 3
      • on Ancient Australia, 3, 4
    • Hughes, William Morris, Prime Minister,
      • proposal to establish Commonwealth Bureau of Science and Industry, 180
  • J

    • Jeffries, Dr James, LLD,
    • Jeffries, Dr Lewis Wibmer, MBBS,
      • enlists (photograph), 109
    • John Bagot Scholarship,
      • scholarship and medal awarded to Marjorie F. Smith, 60
      • awarded to Mary M. Purtin, 75
    • John Creswell Scholarships,
      • change of regulations proposed, 139
    • John Howard Clark Prize,
      • awarded to Gertrude L. Mann, 60
    • John Ridley Memorial Scholarship,
      • awarded to Francis Henry Dealy, 108
    • John L Young Research Scholarship,
      • £200 donation, 169
  • K

    • Kellaway, Charles H, MD,
      • licensed to practise anatomy at the University, 85
    • Kleinschmidt, Clara (later known as Clara Serena),
      • Elder scholarship winner returns from study, 53, 105
      • sang for Madame Melba, 76
      • career summary (photograph), 102, 103
  • L

    • Law, School of,
      • Stow prizes, 60
      • David Murray prize, 60
      • admissions to Bar, 70
      • honorary law degree conferred on Dr Bevan, 155, 156, 157
      • lawyers to the front, 133
  • M

    • Magnetic survey,
    • Mawson, Sir Douglas,
      • requests magnetic survey, 121
      • Boy Scouts honour, 174
      • opinions on voluntary universal service, 154
      • plans for travel in Europe changed, 80
      • to lecture in Sydney, 6
      • anecdote of journey to London, 64
      • lecture given in Sydney, 26
      • medals awarded, 81
      • travels in Europe, 24
      • lecture on Antarctica Expedition, 30, 32, 33
      • in London, 1
      • resumption of duties, 110
      • returns, 22, 23, 107, 109, 110
    • Mayo, Dr Helen Mary,
      • first woman elected to council, 8
    • Medicine, School of,
      • Elder Prizes, 60
      • changes to degrees, 155
      • need for a Professor of Pathology, 68
      • shorter degrees for war effort, 86, 87, 149, 155
      • student war involvement, 52, 53, 56, 59, 84, 119, 147
      • enlistment of doctors, 113
    • Melbourne, Alexander Clifford Vernon,
      • graduate fighting in Dardenelles, 125
    • Melbourne Conservatorium,
      • new teaching system, 83
    • Mines, School of,
      • George Brookman prominent donor, 90
      • proposal to absorb into Education Department, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165
      • relationship with University, 157
    • Morey, Alan Wilson,
      • Rhodes scholar awarded Military Cross (photograph), 166
    • Munro, G A
      • killed in action, had not completed his degree (photograph), 107
    • Murray, Mr Justice George John Robert, Vice-Chancellor,
    • Music, School of,
      • granting of diplomas and degrees, 59
      • results, 110, 114
      • concert by music students, 19, 27, 50, 51, 54, 55, 59, 60, 115, 116
      • high standards of students, 54
      • awarding of Elder Scholarship and Alexander Clark Prize, 88
  • N

    • Naylor, Professor Henry Darnley,
      • on national symbols, 20
      • celebrates birthday, 83
      • lecture on the war (photograph), 111, 112
      • Roman and British empires compared, 126
      • what we are fighting for, 129
      • writers and writing, 114
      • the value of the dead languages, 146
      • lecture on early European races, 140
  • O

    • O’Connor, D J, BSc,
      • appointed government metallurgist, 127
    • Osborne, Mrs E May, MSc,
      • lecture on evolution of plants, 7, 9
  • P

    • Pathology, Professor of,
      • need for, 68
    • Perkins, A J
      • Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College, 108
    • Poole, Dorothea Landon, MA,
      • wins scholarship, 19
    • Portus, Garnet Vere, Acting Professor,
      • lectures on the economic history of England, 33, 34, 45, 47
      • comment on his lectures, 46
    • Possingham, Captain A H
      • former student killed in Dardenelles, 116
    • Professors,
    • Prizes and awards,
      • Alexander Clark Memorial Prize, 55, 56, 88
      • Elder Scholarship, 88
      • prizes awarded, 60
    • Public lectures,
      • see also extension lectures
      • Dr Ashby on the British School in Rome, 33
      • Dr Joseph Cooke Verco on "Romance of medicine", 129, 130
      • E van Senden on the wool industry in Australia, 34, 35
      • Mrs E May Osborne, M. Sc., on evolution of plants, 7, 9
      • Professor G Elliott Smith on prehistoric man, 46
      • Professor Edward Henry Rennie on chemical composition, 138
      • Professor G Elliott Smith on Egyptian burial customs, 45
      • Professor Henderson on Shakespeare, 47, 48, 119, 120, 124, 125, 127, 128
      • Professor Henderson on "The Great War of 1914-1918", 88, 91, 92, 93, 98, 100, 101, 102, 126
      • Professor Henderson on state archives, 136, 137
      • Professor Naylor on international law in time of war, 18, 21, 23, 27, 28, 29
      • Professor Naylor on early European races, 140
      • Acting Professor Portus on the economic history of England, 33, 34, 45, 47
      • R J Hawkes on "War in its relation to finance", 118
      • Sir Douglas Mawson lectures in London, 1
      • Sir Douglas Mawson on Antarctica Expedition, 30
      • Thomas Ryan on ‘The value of classics to the crowd’, 36, 37
      • Walter Howchin on dead rivers of South Australia, 0, 2, 3
      • Professor Edward Charles Stirling, 150
      • Professor Jethro Brown on future peace or savagery, 162
  • R

    • Rayner, Howard Luscombe,
      • awarded Rhodes scholarship, 170
    • Reade, Charles H,
      • lectures on ‘ruining a garden city’, 54
    • Registrar, Dr William Barlow, CMG,
    • Rennie, Professor Edward Henry,
      • how chlorine kills, 103
      • lecture on chemical composition, 138
    • Research,
      • link to state departments, 159
    • Rhodes Scholarship,
      • awarded to Howard Luscombe Rayner, 170
      • awarded to Francis Edgar Williams, 69
      • influence of war, 87
    • Robert Whinham Prize,
      • for elocution, 60
    • Robertson, Merle,
      • awarded Elder Scholarship and Alexander Clark Prize, 88
      • awarded South Australian Music scholarship, 170
    • Roby Fletcher Prize,
      • awarded to Edward M. Bagot and Frederick M. Burgess, 60
    • Russell, Dr Ernest Albert Harold,
      • enlists (photograph), 113
    • Ryan, Thomas,
      • lecture on value of classics to the crowd, 36, 37
      • attacks education bill, 152, 153
      • address on the education system, 75, 76
  • S

    • Sangster, John Ikin, MBBS,
      • death (photograph), 122
    • Scholarships,
      • for Public Examinations in Music, 60
      • donations to John L Young research scholarship, 94, 169
      • regulations for scholarships and bursaries revised, 84
      • new statutes considered by senate, 139, 169
      • proposed changes to John Creswell Scholarships, 139
      • lists of recipients, 69, 88, 75, 170
      • recipients of university studentships, 90
      • benefit of scholarships, 4
      • opened to private and state school students, 84
      • conditions for entry for Cresswell scholarships, 37
    • Senate, University of Adelaide
      • approves scholarships, 169
      • Dr Helen Mayo elected to fill vacancy, 6, 8
      • notices of meeting, 6, 85, 139
      • nominations, 0, 6
      • passed statute to shorten medical degree, 86, 87
      • discussion of Alexander Clark memorial prize, 55
      • changes to scholarship regulations, 139
      • Senate elections to Council, 56
      • shorter medical degrees for war effort, 86
    • Serena, Clara (see Kleinschmidt)
    • Smith, Professor G Elliot,
      • lectures at the university, 39, 41, 45, 46
    • Smyth, Lieutenant Owen,
      • death, (photograph), [2-3]
    • Social Science, Faculty of,
      • suggested establishment, 22
    • South Australian Music Scholarship,
      • won by Merle Robertson, 170
    • Staff,
      • lists of staff and students at the war front, 94, 108
      • roll of honour, 65, 67
    • Statutes,
      • shortened medical degrees for war effort, 87
    • Stirling, Professor Edward Charles, CMG,
      • Professor of Physiology career summary (photograph), 150
    • Student activities and protests,
      • attack on staff member, 37
    • Student statistics, 82, 85
    • Students,
      • concessions for war enlistment, 35, 36
      • enlisted, 70
      • at the front, 94, 108
      • attack on German music lecturer, 37
      • prizes, 55, 56, 60, 88
      • volunteers for armed service, 60
      • roll of honour, 65, 67, 108
  • T

    • Tassie, Robert Wilson, BSc, ME,
      • scholarship winner returns briefly, 145, 150
    • Tucker, Reginald Mervyn,
      • admitted as practitioner to Supreme Court, 139
  • U

    • Urrbrae Agricultural School,
      • donation from Peter Waite, 158
  • V

    • van Senden, E W,
      • public lecture on the wool industry in Australia, 34, 35
    • Verco, Dr Joseph Cooke,
      • lectures on "Romance of medicine", 129, 130
      • on insect-borne disease, 134
      • on mosquitos and malaria, 134
      • brief biography, 140
    • Vice-Chancellors,
      • death of Dr William Barlow, 95, 96, 97, 99
      • Justice George John Robert Murray, 104, 105, 154
  • W

    • Waite, Peter,
      • donation for agricultural education, 158
    • Way, Sir Samuel,
      • met Sir Harry Brookes Allen, 64
      • making good progress, 2, 5
      • greetings, 18
      • nephew wounded, 122
      • public functions after arm amputation, 0, 1, 9, 10, 11, 13, 16, 17
      • need for professor of pathology, 68
      • welcomed back to Adelaide, 8, 9
      • returns to court, 49
      • seventy ninth birthday and biography, 89, 90
      • speech ‘for the Empire’, 94
      • brief summary and caricature, 141
    • Williams, F E,
      • awarded Rhodes Scholarship, 69
    • Workers Educational Association (WEA), 12, 133, 138, 139, 146, 148, 149
    • World War I,
      • South Australians interned in Germany, 53
      • attack on German music lecturer, 37
      • Robert Barr Smith offers house during war for military hospital, 116
      • unnaturalized teachers not wanted in Victoria, 134
      • volunteer exempted from certain rules of admission to Supreme Court, 134
      • Melbourne University Council on employment of enemy aliens, 135
      • concessions for war enlistment, 35, 36
      • awards, 55, 56, 60, 88, [2-3]
      • volunteers for armed service, 60, 65, 67, 70, 94, 108, 109, 110, 113, 125
      • shorter medical degrees for war effort, 86, 87, 120, 149, 155
      • former students killed, 107, 116, 148, 149, 150
      • Conduct towards German-Australians at outbreak of World War 1, [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [9], [10], [11], [12], [13]
      • Australia and the Dardanelle's campaign, [2-1], [2-2], [2-5]
      • Australian fighters in the Trenches, [2-2], [2-3]
      • Winston Churchill's "Watch Australia", [2-3]
      • Gallipoli, [2-4]
      • Letters from the front, [2-4], [2-5], 183
      • In Memoriam Service for Australasian Soldiers, [2-6]
      • Tribute to Memoriam Service by The Times in London, [2-6]
  • Y

    • Young, Frederick William, LLB,
      • appointed Agent-General (photograph), 77, 78
      • resignation from Council, 84