Side One: 'Man in the Universe" - (Address in the Brockington Visitor Lecture Series). March 9, 1970. Side Two: Meet Sir Bernard Lovell - (Talk at Victoria Hall). Question period for Sir Lovell's lecture "Man in the Universe" given on March 9, 1970 - recorded on March 10, 1970.
Side One: "Why outer space?" [Address in the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture Series, Queen's University] March 11, 1970. Side Two: Blank, should contain "Is there extra-terrestrial life? [Address to Biology Society] March 12, 1970.
Address to Astronomical Union Dinner; March 13, 1970. Reports for the Science Research Council of the United Kingdom, current developments in process in the area of eptical astronomy and other developments in astronomy
Side One: "Ethical Issues Involved in Influencing the Mind" [Address in The University and Ethics of Change Symposium' Nov. 7, 1968. Side Two: "Ethical Issues Involved in Genetic Manipulation and Biological Conditioning" [Symposium on the University and the Ethics of Change] Nov. 7, 1968. Begins on side 1.
Side One: "Ethical Issues Involved in Changing the Physical Environment." Nov.7, 1968 [Address in The University and the Ethics of Change Symposium] - Myerson. Side Two: "The role of the university" [Address in symposium The University and Ethics of Change] Nov.7, 1968. Begins on side on and continues on to SR33 - Frye.
Side One: Frye and Panel - "The role of the university" continued from SR32 - Installation of Principal and Vice-Chancellor J.J. Deutsch Nov. 8, 1968. Side Two: Installation of Principal and Vice-Chancellor Deutsch cont..
Side One: Discusses the founding of the Yippie Group, a youth movement begun in 1967. - 1969. Side Two: Address of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to students of Queen's in Grant Hall with question and answer period - 1969.
Side One: Address in the Brockington Visitor Lecture Series by former Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson in January 1969. First Brockington Lecture in Grant Hall. Side Two: Convocation including L.L.D. to Lester B. Pearson - not mentioned in Audio Holdings Text - including a speech by U. Thaunt, Secretary General of the United Nations, read by Chancellor Stirling. May 22, 1965.