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University Photographs:  Photos 3000 - 3012

Photographs of people, buildings and events associated with the University of Newcastle, Australia. Most were taken by the University Photographer.

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University Photographs 3000 - 3012

P3000-1 - Mr. Vic Rooney (actor): Vic Rooney – he worked for the Hunter Valley Theatre Company (HVTC) in “A Happy and Holy Occasion”, “Hamlet”, "Flexitime” and Travelling North”. In 1978, in “The Cassidy Album” trilogy at the Adelaide Festival. In 1979, Rooney joined the Sydney Theatre Company for “Cyrano De Bergerac”, “The Merry Wives of Windsor”, “The Precious Woman” and “Beauty and the Beast"

P3000-2 - A visiting [NIDA] theatre production - Mr. Timothy Conigrave (second right) - c.1985

P3000-3 - Student Revue (Merilyn Hey - Centre back) - 1985

P3000-3a - Student Revue (Merilyn Hey - Centre back) - 1985

P3000-4 - Student Revue - 1985

P3000-4a - Student Revue - 1985

P3000-5 - Face painting during an Open Day

P3000-6 - Unidentified students in costume

P3000-7 - Nola Wallace as “Melba”

P3000-8 - Waiting for Godot - Gary Maclean (Vladimir) and Stephen Abbott (Estragon)

P3000-9 - Su Cruickshank

P3000-10 - An unidentified group Maybe Xavier Herbert (L) –was artist in residence around 1975

P3000-11 - Entr’acte Theatre “Refractions". Photo by Catherine De Lorenzo

P3000-12 - An unidentified group of actors

P3000-13 - Unidentified actors Maybe John Doyle (L)

P3000-14 - Dean Nettles (Holofernes) and Fiona Press (Jaquenetta) in NIDA’S "Love's Labour’s Lost”

P3000-15 - An unidentified actor

P3000-16 - Actors rehearsing on set for Revenge - Adam Macauley and Bruce Keer (right)with Daisy Uni, News Vol. 9 No. 10 -

P3000-17 - Rehearsing a production of "Don Juan", Uni News Vol.9 No. 13

P3000-18 - Death Defying Theatre, Uni News Vol.9 No. 5

P3000-19 - Chorus rehearsal for “The Libation Bearers", University Bulletin Vol. 15 June 1983

P3000-20 - Three unidentified actors

P3000-21 - Actors: Vic Rooney (L), Anthony Hoysted (C), Angela Punch McGregor (R). Rehearsal for “The Three Sisters”

P3000-22 - Three unidentified actors

P3000-23 - Three Letter Word for Duck,Maybe Peter Mahoney (C), Maybe Michael (Mikel, Mikey) Robbins (Centre), University News ” Vol. 8 No.4

P3000-24 - Theatre review photograph of “Woyzeck” by the Drama Group,Maybe Gary Maclean - 1980s

P3000-25 - Three Letter Word for Duck - [Peter Mahoney and Mikey Robbins] with unidentified actors, University News Vol.8 No.13

P3000-26 - Three Letter Word for Duck (Mikey Robbins - second from right) and Peter Mahoney, University News Vol.8 No.13

P3000-27 - Theatre review photograph of “Woyzeck” by the Drama Group - University News Vol. 8 No. 13

P3000-28 - Flyer for "The Stunning Mullet Show", another once-in-a-lifetime evening with Pete Mitchell and Laurel Quillen as Anastasia Gripfoot

P3000-29 - (L to R): Tana Barfield, Rob Page, Stephen Clark, Marcus Williams, maybe Rob Pryde, Gary Maclean, maybe Allan McFadden, Stephen (Steve) Abbott

P3000-30 - Gary Maclean (Vladimir) left and Stephen Abbott (Estragon) far right and Marcus Williams (Top C) with unidentified actor in the University's production of "Waiting for Godot"

P3000-31 - Leigh Rice, Peter Mahoney and Stuart McColl

P3000-32 - An unidentified actor holds a balancing pole

P3000-33 - Two unidentified actors (Maybe Nancy Tarran (L)) in an unidentified production

P3000-34 - Four unidentified actors in an unidentified production

P3000-35 - Dorothy Hewitt's "Bon Bons and Roses for Dolly", directed by Robert Page for the Drama Department: Left: Lucy Wagner. Above her: John Doyle; and three unidentified actors

P3000-36 - Mr. Robert Page (Drama lecturer and Co-founder of Theatre Australia Magazine) with then drama tutor, Bruce Knappett, who also co-founded Theatre Australia Magazine: The image shows a mock up of Theatre Australia before it was published. Featured on the mock up's cover is what is believed to be a production of John Romeril's "The Floating World". Theatre Australia was a national magazine which covered theatre, opera, dance and film and was published from 1976 to 1982

P3000-37 - Jonathan Biggins (L), Stephen Clark (R) “The Rehearsal”, directed by Aarne Neeme

P3000-38a - An unidentified actor holds a balancing pole

P3000-38b - An unidentified actor holds a balancing pole

P3000-38c - An unidentified actor holds a balancing pole

P3000-39 - Mr. & Mrs. Robert Page – Drama Lecturer at the University of Newcastle, Australia

P3000-40 - Ken Harper (L) with an unidentified actor

P3000-41 - The Cambridge University Footlights Revue - Robert Bathurst and Emma Thompson, perform at the University of Newcastle, Australia

P3000-42 - A scene from a production of "Noah's Ark" from the Mystery Plays of Wakefield: Robin Bowering (top left) and Robert Grubb (top right) as Mr. & Mrs. Noah. Noahs sons and their wives are from left: Chrissie James, John Saunders, Michele Stayner, Wayne Jarratt, Christine Mahoney and Tony Prehn

P3000-43 - Vic Rooney performing in "Three Sisters"

P3000-44 - Three unidentified actors in an unidentified drama production

P3000-45a - "Dud War” starring Charles Maddison - 18 September, 1980

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P3000-45b - "Dud War” starring Charles Maddison - 18 September, 1980

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P3000-46 - Newcastle Film Society advertisement for the film “Death Watch” - 21 August, 1980

P3000-47 - Steve Abbott (centre) with two unidentified actors

P3000-48 - “Waltztime” – John Turnbull as Malcolm Hemmings

P3000-54 - Three unidentified actors in an Drama Department Production

P3000-55 - Third Year Drama Students' production of “The Crucible”, 1982: Four Actresses in the 1982 Third Year Production of “The Crucible” – Rosey Jones as Abigail Williams, - Anna Williams as Susanna Walcott, - Odile Le Clezio as Mary Warren and Madeleine Blackwell as Mercy Lewis

P3000-56 - Ticket to Heaven” - Directed by Ralph Thomas

P3001-2 - Members from the musical "The Star Show" inspect news stories featuring The Star Hotel, Hunter Valley Theatre Company, Newcastle, Australia - 16 October, 1980: The Star Show production and acting team - John McCallum (writer of the show), David Wood, Allan McFadden (composer) with an unidentified woman

P3001-3 - NIDA'S production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night", which has an unorthodox setting, India in 1912, during the British Raj

P3001-4 - Five drama students rehearsing for a theatre production

P3001-5 - Two drama students - Felicity Biggins (Susan) and Chris Kelly (Cooley) rehearsing for an unidentified theatre production

P3001-6 - A scene from the patient education video “Hospital Chaplains: More than Just Doom and Gloom", which promoted Chaplains and their services, Royal Newcastle Hospital, Australia - 1990

P3001-7 - An acting class watching the performance of their fellow students

P3001-8 - The band "Fools Paradise": Chris Kelly, [Tony Edwards], [Rob Diley], Unidentified

P3001-9 - Enrolment Day - 1988

P3001-10 - Rehearsing for the Twelfth Night: David Berthold with unidentified actors

P3001-11 - Brett Alexander with two unidentified textile artists

P3001-12 - Students drawing – Visual and Performing Arts

P3001-13 - Five unidentified students rehearsing on stage

P3001-14 - Two unidentified gentlemen standing in front of a Hunter Institute of Higher Education banner

P3001-15 - Professor Victor Emeljanow with visitor Professor Michael Booth - 1989

P3001-16 - Professor Victor Emeljanow with visitor Professor Michael Booth - 1989

P3001-17 - Students on stage rehearsing for a dramatic production

P3001-19 - Four unidentified drama students discussing work on an upcoming theatre production

P3001-20 - Professor Victor Emeljanow and the cast of Maxifred - Philip Bilton-Smith, Patrice Wilson and David Berthold - 1988

P3001-21 - Unidentified students in front of a display featured in the Faculty of Arts course booklet

P3001-22 - A group of music students from Tamworth studying at the Conservatorium of Music: College music lecturer – Carol Richards with Andrew Drayton, Belinda Beijeman and Janet Hatfield.

P3001-23 - Music students

P3001-24 - Music students with lecturer

P3001-25 - Music students with lecturer

P3001-27 - MBA Post Grad Students Drama

P3001-28 - MBA Post Grad Students Drama

P3001-30 - Sweet Atmosphere band (L-R): Don Heap, George Washingmachine, Pat Wade, Ian Date

P3001-31 - Mr Vic Rooney

P3001-32 - Actors rehearsing for the play “The Bed Bug”

P3001-32a - Actors rehearsing for the play “The Bed Bug”

P3001-32b Actors rehearsing for the play “The Bed Bug”

P3002-1 - Convocation Foundation Cheque Presentation - 1987: Vice-Chancellor, Professor Keith Morgan, Professor Cyril Renwick, Unidentified, [Professor Ron MacDonald)

P3002-2 - Father Peter Brock, recipient of the 1989 Newton John Award - 1990

P3002-3 - Group of new Convocation representatives formed, 1990: (Back Row): Mr Yates, Mr John Broughton, Mr Vic Levi, Mr Wiseman, Mr Hodgins, Mr Dicker and Mr Pennington. Front Row: Ms Margaret Wells (Convocation Officer), Ms Scott, Ms Smith, Ms Watson and Dr Cowley

P3002-4 - Convocation Presentation Dinner – Cliff Ellyett, and Geoff Eather

P3002-5 - Convocation Presentation Dinner – Mr Berger, Mr Vic Levi and Mr Kevin Snell (Newton-John Award recipient 1988) - 1989

P3002-6 - Convocation, - Photo - Convocation Officer - R. Cameron - August, 1986

P3002-7 - Convocation Awards Dinner, 1992: (Left to Right): Professor Ron Macdonald and Dr Marlene Norst (recipients of the 1991 Convocation Medal for Professional Excellence Award), Dr William Coleborne and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Keith Morgan

P3002-8 - Convocation Awards Dinner - Convocation Warden, Ms. Jean McGarry, with Mr. Wiseman - 1994

P3002-11 - Unidentified Convocation AUGC Representatives (including Convocation Warden, Vic Levi) - c1992

P3002-12 - Convocation Awards Dinner

P3002-13 - Brian Relf (Convocation Warden) with an unidentified woman, Lord Mayor John McNaughton and Father James Bromley, at a Convocation Dinner

P3002-14 - Convocation Award Dinner - John McNaughton with an unidentified woman

P3002-15 - Convocation Awards Dinner - Farther James Bromley (standing)/

P3002-16 - Convocation Awards Dinner

P3002-17a - Convocation Officer, Nicolette Connon

P3002-17b - Convocation Officer, Nicolette Connon

P3002-17d - Convocation Officer, Nicolette Connon

P3002-17e - Convocation Officer, Nicolette Connon

P3002-18 - Convocation Representatives, Mr. Vic Levi, Les Pennington at [A’lian University] Graduate Council Conference

P3002-19 - Convocation Wine merchandise - 1988

P3002-20 - Mr. Vic Levi congrats Mr. James Rasmussen on winning Tunac’s Photographic Competition

P3002-21 - At the first Careers Fair University Bulletin Vol. 12 No.91, Pg 7 - 1989: Warden of Convocation, Mr Vic Levi, gives information to students

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P3002-23 - Warden of Convocation - Ms. Jean McGarry and a student with mementos

P3002-24 - Warden of Convocation - Ms. Jean McGarry and an unidentified student with mementos

P3002-25 - Convocation mementos – Ms. Jean McGarry

P3002-26 - Convocation mementos

P3002-27 - Professor Eric Colhoun - April, 1987

P3002-28 - Vice-Chancellor, Professor Raoul Mortley, with the unidentified winners of the 1993 Convocation Student Prizes

P3002-29 - A Convocation barbeque for Orientation Week, 1992: Chefs Tracy Andrews and Michael Baxter Left to Right: Les Pennington, Mark Johnson, Robert McKinnon and Tony Baldwin

P3002-30 - The 1986 Newton-John Award prize awarded to Mr. Brian Gilligan - 1987

P3002-31 - Lord Mayor John McNaughton and Convocation Warden, Jean McGarry with an unidentified man, planting trees - 1993

P3002-32 - The 1988 Newton-John Award presentation, 1989: Mr. Berger, Warden of Convocation, Vic Levi, with the 1988 Newton-John Award recipient, Kevin Snell

P3002-33 - Father James Bromley (Warden of Convocation) presents the 1986 Newton-John Award to Mr. Brian Gilligan, 1987

P3002-34 - The 1986 Newton–John Award presentation, 1987: Father James Bromley, Vice-Chancellor, Professor Keith Morgan, Brian Gilligan (Newton-John Award recipient) and Cliff Ellyett

P3002-35 - Convocation Wine merchandise - 1988

P3003-1 - An unidentified radio announcer at 2NUR-FM

P3003-2 - Mr. Brett Gleeson (then 2NUR-FM Station Manager)

P3003-3 - Students broadcasting at 2NUR-FM radio station

P3003-4 - Nigel Jones (a Biological Studies student) with a baby shark, was interviewed by 2NUR-FM staff - 2 May, 1978

P3003-5 - 2NUR-FM’s van behind a Senior Citizens display

P3003-6 - An unidentified radio announcer with an unidentified woman behind her

P3003-7 - Students sitting on the ground in the Shortland Union Courtyard

P3003-8 - Students from CHY take over 2NUR-FM

P3003-9 - Three unidentified people at 2NUR-FM

P3003-10 - Two unidentified men at 2NUR-FM

P3003-11 - 2NUR-FM - Photo - Copy of 3003/9

P3003-12 - An unidentified 2NUR-FM radio announcer with an unidentified woman

P3003-13 - An unidentified 2NUR-FM radio announcer with an unidentified woman

P3003-14 - Schools Visit Day to 2NUR-FM radio station, May, 1981

P3003-14b - Schools Visit Day to 2NUR-FM radio station - May, 1981

P3003-15 - Schools Visit Day May 1981 (Copy of 3003-14)

P3003-16 - Schools Visit Day May 1981 (Copy of 3003-14)

P3003-17 - Two photos of two women, one talking on the radio the other assisting her. (copy of 3003/6)

P3003-18 - 2NUR-FM - Photo - Copy of P3003-6)

P3003-19 - 2NUR-FM - Photo - Large photo same as P3003-10

P3003-20 - 2NUR-FM - Photo - Large photo same as P3003-17

P3003-21 - An unidentified 2NUR-FM announcer interviews then Chancellor Bede Callaghan

P3003-22 - An unidentified 2NUR-FM radio announcer holds an award as [John Hill] looks on

P3004-1 - A group of unidentified women prepare for the Friends of the University Book Fair

P3004-2 - The Friends of University Book Fair

P3004-3 - An unidentified woman preparing for the Friends of the University Book Fair

P3004-4 - An unidentified woman preparing for the Friends of the University Book Fair

P3004-5 - A group of unidentified women preparing for the Friends of the University Book Fair

P3004-6 - Chris Badger is from Sydney – by the looks of that carton, his trip to the Friends of the University Book Fair was very profitable

P3004-7 - The Friends of the University Book Fair - 1987

P3004-8 - Eager book inspectors at The Friends of the University Book Fair held in The Great Hall, Uni News, Vol 9, No 13

P3004-9 - People inspecting the books at The Friends of the University Book Fair which is held in The Great Hall

P3004-10 - The Friends of the University sort books for the upcoming Book Fair - 1987

P3004-11 - The Friends of the University Book Fair - 1989

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P3004-13 - Prospective book buyers gather at The Friends of the University Book Fair - 1989

P3004-14 - The Friends of the University Book Fair (John McNaughton - then Lord Mayor of Newcastle centre) - 1989

P3004-15 - The Friends of the University Book Fair - 1989

P3004-16 - Ms. Pat Flowers, Convenor of the Friends of the University Book Fair inspects a record in prepation for the Book Fair - 1990

P3005/1-27 - Throsby Creek Regatta 1960

P3006-1 - Pouring concrete for the new tennis courts - 1992

P3006-2 - Pouring concrete for the new tennis courts - 1992

P3006-3 - Inspecting the excavations for the proposed Sportsfield No. 3 (from left): Mr Chris Tola, Mr Adrian Lakin and Professor Ken Dutton

P3006-4 - New Sports Oval No. 3 - c.1992

P3006-5 - Tennis courts to be extended to four additional courts - 1990

P3006-6 - Mr Colin Hayes congratulates HAC tennis coach Peter Taylor during the opening ceremony of the NIB Games, Newcastle, Australia - July 1992 - 1992

P3006-7 - A University sportsman throws a javelin"andgt;

P3006-8 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/uon/4952885881/

P3006-9 - Mr. Col Rogers at the NIB Games - 1992

P3006-10 - The Campus Scamper Fun Run,

P3006-11 - Cart racing

P3006-12 - Cart racing

P3006-13 - Cart racing

P3006-14 - Cart racing

P3006-15 - Students practising in the cricket nets

P3006-16 - Students practising in the cricket nets

P3006-17 - People playing cricket

P3006-18 - People playing cricket

P3006-19 - The University of Newcastle's cricket team

P3006-20 - Hunter Academy of Sport Cricket Coaching Clinic - Uni Oval, Uni News No.1. 16 September, 1989

P3006/21-37 - Campus Scamper Fun Run - 1992

P3006-38 - Inspection of facilities for sport at the University of Newcastle: (L to R) Dr Les Eastcott PVC; Prof Keith Morgan Vice-Chancellor; Dr Kerry Thompson (PE); Dr Alec Forsythe Deputy Chancellor; Adrian Iakin Executive Officer Sport & Recreation; Prof Michael Carter DVC Academic; John Todd Registrar?; Prof John Fryer Sports Union Executive; John Hay Sport & Recreation; Lance Hennessy DVC Administration; Leon Burwell PE; back to photo unsure but probably Dr Bernie Curran President Sports Union. This was one of at least two inspections of sports facilities in response to Sports Union plans for major on-campus developments which lead to construction of The Forum. (Information courtesy of Adrian Iakin)

P3006-39 - Frans Henskens, rugby union player - c.1988

P3006-40 - Dr Bernard Curran congratulates Liesl Tesch

P3006-41 - Academy of Sport - Cycling School

P3006-42 - Academy of Sport - Cycling School

P3006-43 - Academy of Sport - Cycling School

P3006-44 - Two unidentified footballers jogging on the University Oval

P3006-45 - Two unidentified footballers jogging on the University Oval

P3006-46 - A student at the 1987 Enrolment Day, speaks to a hockey club representative

P3006-47 - (L-R): Dr. Wendy Brown, Dr. David Rowe and Dr. Christine Lee

P3006-48 - (L-R): Dr. Wendy Brown, Dr. David Rowe and Dr. Christine Lee

P3006-49 - (L-R): Dr. Wendy Brown, Dr. David Rowe and Dr. Christine Lee

P3007-2- Ms. Julie Edwards (M. Psych Education)

P3007-3 [Rugby Club First Grade Captain Ken Howard]

P3007-4 - Start of the Campus Scamper fun run

P3007-5 - Allan Border, Karen Isles, Ian Botham and Craig McDermott

P3007-6 - Mr. K. Mathieson, Mr. Ian Nelmes, Mr Brian Relf and Professor Saxon White, the University of Newcastle, Australia - Uni News Vol. 9 No. 12 (Sport)

P3007-7 - The Vice-Chancellor's Regatta, Uni News Vol 10 No 4

P3007-8 - Representatives from the University First XV Rugby Union team, 1984: Pictured with their Coach, Mr Bruce Wilson (standing, left) are: (Back Row): Geoff Tillisky, Robert Blyth, Tim Bailey and Brent Tilise. Middle Row: Laurie Hogg, Steve James, Damien Roff, John Homwer and Tom Angus (Captain). Front Row: Colin Pratt, Bill Wileman, Ken Howard, Graham Eather and Scott Goninan. In the way front looking like an angel is Nicholas 'Pup' Wright. [Photograph and caption was published in Blood & Bandages: A History of the University of Newcastle Sports Union (page 113) Photograph for that publication was provided by Roger Broadbent

P3007-9 - Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George (right) with Brian O'Shea (Department of Commerce) presenting at a Sports Blues Award Ceremony: "The unidentified academic is Brian O’Shea (Commerce Dept) who was the President of the Blues Association at the time and depending on the date of the function may also have been the President of the Sports Union (President from 1974 – 1978)

P3007-10 - An unidentified cricketer practising in the nets at the University of Newcastle, Australia

P3007-11 - Rowing team

P3007-12 - Mr.Justin Gordon (surfing)

P3007-13 - Members from the University of Newcastle's rugby union team in action

P3007-14 - Albert Nymeyer

P3007-15 - Rugby Union

P3007-16 - Terry Wall

P3007-16a - Terry Wall

P3007-17 - Fencing competitors

P3007-18 - Rugby Union players

P3007-19 - An unidentified member of the University's surfing club

P3007-20 - The start of the Campus Scamper fun run - 1988

P3007-21 - A cricketer practising in the nets at the University of Newcastle

P3007-22 - Campus scamper - Mr. Bernie O’Doherty and Bradley Van Epen (from Kotara High School)

P3007-23 - Mr. Grant Long, windsurfing in Belmont Bay, Lake Macquarie, Australia - 1980

P3007-24 - Campus Scamper (l-r) - Bernie O’Doherty, David Lightfoot, David Rundle and Patrick Harris

P3007-25 - Kim Jenkins taking mark in a running race

P3007-26 - A rugby union match featuring uni players from the University of Newcastle: Player with the ball is Ian Neale"

P3007-27 - The University of Newcastle Powerlifters (in front: Richard Brown): Back Row: Libby Campbell, Celia Wilkinson, Afaf Shea, Fiona Dawes (Secretary), (Middle Row): Dr John Shea, Professor Ken Dutton (Patron), Ray Caves, John Beckers, Richard Brown (Treasurer) Wal Soen Chan, Tom McMahon (Gym Supervisor) and Mark Harris, Richard Brown (Treasurer), deadlifting 260kg, is at front. Photograph and caption appeared in 'Blood & Bandages: A History of the University of Newcastle Sports Union' on page 128

P3007-28 - Fiona Dawes, member of the Powerlifting club at the University of Newcastle

P3007-29 - Dr John Shea (Department of Psychology) of the University of Newcastle Powerlifters lifts weights in the gym

P3007-30 - Third place getter, Peter Horne (surfing)

P3007-31 - 1986 Blues Dinner (l-r) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George, Brad Joyce (Colour Rugby), Robert Blyth (Blue Rugby), Rhett Cleal (Blue Golf), Peter Flanagan (Colour Powerlifting)

P3007-32 - Hockey representatives from the University of Newcastle, 1973: "Photo appears in 'Blood & Bandages: A History of the University of Newcastle Sports Union' page 89 and the players were chosen in the 1973 Australian Universities Hockey Team which toured NZ. Players are L to R – Judy Walter; Robyn Fernley (later Leggatt and Australian Captain Olympic Hockey team); Pam Martin; Pam Hazlewood"

P3007-33 - David Lightfoot, Bernie O’Doherty, Campbell Wood and Arthur Kingsland holding up a shield

P3007-34 - The Campus Scamper fun run - 1988

P3007-35 - Greg Hayman (elite weightlifter) lifts weights in the gym

P3007-36 - Dr John Cheffers, first Executive Director, Australian Institute of Sport presenting the George Haggarty Cup to Terry Farrell the 1984 University Sports Person of the Year (1985 Blues Dinner): "This is the 1985 Blues Dinner and the presenter is Dr John Cheffers, first Executive Director, Australian Institute of Sport presenting the George Haggarty Cup to Terry Farrell the 1984 University Sports Person of the Year. Terry was Sports Person of the Year on 3 occasions 1982, 1984 and 1985. Terry was an elite Orienteer, with an excellent record in the Australian Elite Class Orienteering Championships placing 3rd in 1980 and 1981, 4th in 1982, 2nd in 1984, 3rd in 1986 and winning the event in 1988 as well as a string of high placings in numerous international competitions

P3007-37 - Professor Godfrey Tanner with baseball players at the opening of the Commsteel Oval Baseball Field, 1985: See: Blood & Bandages: A History of the University of Newcastle Sports Union p.132

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P3007-39 - The rugby union team in action

P3007-40 - University of Newcastle Intervarsity Cross Country team after completing the team relay event on the Queensland University St Lucia campus, 1984: L to R – David Firman, Craig Hansford, Terry Farrell, Albert Nymeyer, with an unidentified athlete

P3007-41 - The University of Newcastle Powerlifters (in front: Richard Brown)

P3007-42 - Paul Berry, University Baseball Club

P3007-43 - The University of Newcastle Powerlifters (in front: Richard Brown)

P3007-44 - An unidentified female running around University Oval

P3007-45 - The University of Newcastle First Grade Rugby Union Members, Australia - Uni News Vol. 10 No. 17

P3007-46 - Vicki Schofield

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P3007-55 - Professor Barry Boettcher congratulating Dragan Mijatovich. The first male team winners in athletics, the University of Newcastle, Australia Vol.8 No.13

P3007-56 - Squash champions, Mick Harvey and Kay Stone

P3007-57 - Professor Barry Boettcher (Sports Union President 1980 - 84) as Official congratulating unidentified female athletes

P3007-58 - Mick Harvey and Kay Stone - Squash Champions - Uni News Vol. 8 No. 12

P3007-59 - Miss. Judith Goldstone - competing in Gymnastics - Uni News Vol. 8 No. 8

P3007-60 - Professor Barry Boettcher congratulating an unidentified student in the presence of Mr Jock Armstrong and [Commonwealth Bank Campus Manager?]

P3007-60a - Professor Barry Boettcher congratulating Albert Nymeyer

P3007-61 - A.N.U. Intervarsity Sculler – Rosalind Southwood-Tores

P3007-62 - A.N.U. Intervarsity Pair, Australia: (Bow) – Judith Lean, (Stroke) – Rosalind Southwood-Tores and (Cox) – Deborah Snow.

P3007-63 - Australian National University (A.N.U) - Intervarsity Fours Rowing, Australia: (Bow) – Noelene Smith, 2.-Gayle Adams, 3. Judith Lean, (Stroke) - Pia Parn and Cox – Deborah Snow

P3007-64 - Part of the rowing team (not presentable - too fuzzy)

P3007-65 - A single rower(not presentable - too fuzzy)

P3007-66 - Two rowers (not presentable - too fuzzy)

P3007-67 - The start of a fun run

P3007-68 - Professor Godfrey Tanner with an unidentified announcer, holds up a sports Shield at a trophy presentation

P3007-69 - A member from the University of Newcastle's karate club,

P3007-70 - A rowing race

P3007-71 - One of the University sporting ovals,

P3007-72 - Monash University, which won the Oxford and Cambridge Cup for eights at the Intervarsity rowing at Taree, seen with the Mayor of Taree (Alderman Bill Kennedy) and the Chancellor (Sir Alister McMullin)

P3007-73 - The Athletics team with the Cup they have won

P3007-74 - Students playing volleyball

P3007-75 - Karate competitors in action

P3007-76 - Members from the University of Newcastle's Karate club in action

P3007-77 - Karate competitors in action

P3007-78 - Swimming club representative, Mr. Grant Gramge

P3007-79 - Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George (left) with Harry Bradford, and [Sports Union Treasurer Hugh Floyer]

P3007-80 - Swimming club athlete, Mr. Michael Lavis

P3007-81 - Crew members from HMAS Vampire and Royal Yacht Britannia when Queen Elizabeth visited Newcastle in 1963

P3007-81a - Crew members from HMAS Vampire and Royal Yacht Britannia when Queen Elizabeth visited Newcastle in 1963

P3007-82 - An unidentified group of students playing sport

P3007-83 - The volleyball team in action

P3007-84 - Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George presents an unidentified naval official and his team of sailors with an award

P3007-85 - Cricket practise

P3007-86 - A group of students playing sport

P3007-87 - Sporting students relax after their events

P3007-88 - Stan Barwick (centre) at sports presentation

P3007-89 - Unidentified [Commonwealth Bank campus manager ?] with Professor Godfrey Tanner holding Commonwealth Bank Shield

P3007-90 - Rugby union players from the University of Newcastle

P3007-91 - Three unidentified athletes with Professor Alan Tweedie

P3007-92 - Players from University Reserve Grade, Rugby Union side, c.1989: Colin Mudge (Back row 4th from Left, Colour 1980), Terry Kachel (Back Row 8th from Left – Colour 1975) and Perry White (seated from row 2nd from right – Colour 1989)

P3007-93 - University Blues Awards 1975: The athletes are from left Robyn Fernley [Leggatt] – Hockey; Graeme Walsh – Rugby ; Pam Hazelwood – Hockey; ???? ; ???? The male athletes who received Blues that year also included Glyn Cox – Athletics and Terrence McLennan

P3007-94 - Vice-Chancellor, Professor Don George at at University of Newcastle Blues Award Presentation

P3007-95 - Terry Wall

P3007-96 - A group of unidentified football players

P3007-97 - Volleyball players

P3007-98 - Baseball team members look on as Professor Godrey Tanner christens the University of Newcastle's Baseball field with a bottle of beer

P3007-99 - University of Newcastle football players in action

P3007-100 - Two athletes working out in the University of Newcastle's gym

P3007-101 - An unidentified sports official presenting Albert Nymeyer with the Commonwealth Bank Shield for Campus Scamper Winning Team

P3007-102 - [Dick Parberry],

P3007-103 - An unidentified sports official presenting Albert Nymeyer with the Commonwealth Bank Shield for Campus Scamper Winning Team

P3007-104 - Mr. Richard Dear (r) is presented with a sporting cup

P3007-105 - An unidentified sports official presenting Albert Nymeyer with the Commonwealth Bank Shield for Campus Scamper Winning Team

P3007-106 - Students training in the gym

P3007-107 - Two unidentified Newcastle University sports officials presents a cup to an unidentified man

P3007-108 - Sports Presentation [l-r]; Unidentified, Jock Armstrong Activities Organiser and Richard Dear receiving a trophy

P3007-109 - An unidentified student athlete receives trophy from [Neil Keats]

P3007-110 - A student playing hockey

P3007-111 - University of Newcastle Women's Squash Team - 1986

P3007-112 - The NSW Sheffield Shield cricket squad at practice on University Oval - 2 October, 1980

P3007-112a - The NSW Sheffield Shield cricket squad at practice on University Oval - 2 October, 1980

P3007-112b - The NSW Sheffield Shield cricket squad at practice on University Oval - 2 October, 1980

P3007-113 - Professor Ken Dutton running - University News Vol.7 No.13

P3007-114 - Athelete Kim Jenkins, campus scamper runner, with presenter Mrs George (wife of Vice Chancellor Don George) with Professor Godfrey Tanner in the background - 22 July, 1981

P3007-115 - A hockey game featuring players from the University of Newcastle, Australia - August, 1981

P3007-116 - The University of Newcastle's hockey team, Australia - August, 1981

P3007-117 - he University of Newcastle Hockey team in action - August, 1981

P3007-118 - Professor Godfrey Tanner with members from the University of Newcastle baseball team

P3007-119 - Campus Scamper – (l-r) Mr Yordan, Mrs George, Siam Morel, Stan Barwick - August 21, 1980

P3007-119a - Campus Scamper – (l-r) Mr Yordan, Mrs George, Siam Morel, Stan Barwick - August 21, 1980

P3007-120 - Jock Armstrong (Activities Organiser), Harry Bradford (Amenities Officer), unidentified man with three Shields and two trophy cups

P3007-121 - The Galloping Guttmann - Tony Guttmann running, Uni News Vol. 7 No. 15

P3007-122 - Lunchtime Softball-Barbeque, Uni News Vol. 7 No. 15

P3007-123 - Rowing boat crews arrive back on the banks of the Manning River, Australia in 1972.

P3007-124 - The University of Newcastle was host to rowing and rugby union teams which competed in the 1972 Inter-Varsity Competitions. Pictured playing in the rugby union are Newcastle (left) and Macquarie

P3007-125 - University student runners

P3007-126 - Students run in the Campus Scamper event -21 August, 1980

P3007-127 - Campus Scamper participants, - University News Vol. 7 No. 13

P3007-128 - The volleyball team from Admin – Rob Sweetman, [Lloyd Tommys] and Kerry Leonard

P3007-129 - The Opening of the new Squash Courts - Uni News vol 7 No 11

P3007-129a - he Opening of the new Squash Courts - Uni News vol 7 No 11

P3007-130 - Squash Competition players, Kay Stone and Trevor Harvey, the University News Vol. 7 No. 13

P3007-131 - Winners of the Open Division of the University Squash Championships Kay Stone & Trevor Harvey, with their prizes and the John Pegg Shield

P3007-132- Dick Parberry (student athlete)

P3007-133 - An unidentified student athlete receives trophy from [Neil Keats]

P3012-1 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-2 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-3 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-4 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-5 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-6 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-7 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-8 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-9 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-10 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-11 - Professor John Maynard (Aboriginal Studies)

P3012-12 - An unidentified graduating student

P3012-13 - Ms Janette Butler - Reception,

P3012-14 - John Molont

P3012-15 - Lisa Halverson (Admissions Officer)

P3012-16 - Ms Sandi Barwick

P3012-17 - Alex Tagaroulis – Study / Student Exchanges Co-ordinator

P3012-18 - Ms Suzanne Lewis

P3012-19 - Alice Munnings – International Student Counsellor

P3012-20 - Paul Godwin (Accountant)

P3012-21 - Ms Janine Gray

P3012-23 - Jenni Salkovich - Secretary, the University of Newcastle, Australia