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BAGHDAD COLLEGE 



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For the past thirty-seven years Baghdad College has been privileged to participate in 
the education of iraqi youth. the words chosen by its founders, most reverend wllliam 
A. Rice, s.j., and Rev. Edward F. Madaras, s.j., to describe the College were: "An Iraqi 
School for Iraqi Boys". 

The education of youth presents a continual challenge to those engaged in the teaching 
profession. The individuals who accept this challenge should have a unique sense of dedi- 
cation, of understanding, and of generosity. For them, teaching is much more than a 
mere job to be done. It is their life. 

It is with a deep sense of gratitude that we dedicate this issue of "Al-Iraqi" to the 
Iraqi Jesuit Fathers and to the Iraqi teachers and staff, past and present, of Baghdad College. 
Their contribution to the education of Iraqi youth at Baghdad College is far greater 
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Mr. TAWFIQ ASKAR 
Died March 16, 1969 



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These pages are respectfully dedi- 
cated to the memory of Mr. Tawfiq 
Askar, teacher of the Social Scien- 
ces, who died suddenly on March 
16, 1969. Mr. Tawfiq taught at 
Baghdad College for the past five 
years, and was admired and es- 
teemed by his students and fellow- 
teachers. His loss is keenly felt. 
May his soul rest in peace. 








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Sixth row : (left to right) Nazar Sarafa, Suhail Baithun, Rashid Yahya, Iyad al-Awsachi, 
Nazar Adnan, Wadhah A-Razzaq. 

Fifth row : Saad al-Damaluji, Muhammad al-Khatib, Ibrahim al-Shawi, Abdullah Ismail, 

Imad Kello, Rafal al-Badri, Mahmud al-Azzawi. 
Fourth row : Ghazi al-Hariri, Yusuf Daud, Imad Maurice, Samir Leyous, Laith A-Samad, 

Krikor Minasakhan. 
Third row : Samir Baroudi, Najdat Yusufani, Hilal al-Dabbuni, Samir Ismail, Hasan al- 

Musawi. 
Second row : Krikor Garabet, Kamal Hamid, Rifat Butros, Sabah Azad, Salam Zaku, Navil 

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First row : Hasib al-Mufti, Sarmad Ajina, Fr. Gerry, s.j., A-Salam Nuri, Daud Kandalaft. 



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Sixth row : (left to right) Imad Wasfi, Andre Hindu, Jibrail Kasperkhan, Johnson Yuhanna, 

Muhammad Mahdi. 
Fifth row : Nadhir Bahjat, Luay Yaldo, Wadhah Shabib, Jamal Joseph, Farah Salti, Faraj 

Daud, Salah Paulus. 
Fourth row : Ala al-Musawi, Bahir Umar Ali, Falah Hasan, Majid Shulji, Saad Fadhil, 

Franco Eshaya. 

Third row : Daud Jaju, Ghassan Makiyya, Haval Rasul, Shawkat Halabu, Minas Moursalian. 
Second row : Krikor Azaian, Hrand Essayi, Sami Ali, Richard Yaqub, Haitham Kubba, 

Yusuf Ridha. 
First row: Zaid al-Umari, Sabah Ibrahim, Fr. MacDonnell, s.j., Imad Subhi, Ahmad 

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Sixth row : (left to right) Saad A-Wahab, Vahe Kouyoumdjian, Khalid Hashim, Wasim 

Munasifi, Aladdin Burhan, Majid A-Karim. 
Fifth row : Namir Mukhtar, Majid Metti, Mudhaffar al-Azzawi, Hagop Manuel, Philip 

Dawisha. 
Fourth row : Yusuf Georgie, Imad Hamandi, Riadh al-Mudallal, Ahmad al-Amin, Sami 

Hendow, Tiador Warda. 
Third row : Muwaffaq Edward, Muthanna Abbas, Emmanuel Shamun, Alfred Nairn, 

Salam Razqallah. 
Second row : Manhal Anwar, Nabil al-Baghdadi, Ali A-Latif, Munir Nammu, Rami al-Sabti, 

Imad Constan. 
First row : Varujan Zulumat, Ali Ghalib A-Sahib, Fr. MacNeil, s.j., Kamal Farjo, Faris Nairn. 

(Absent: Marek Majewski) 



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Dhafir al-Uzri, Faisal al-Bana. 

Fifth row: Adrian al-Baya, Fikrat Jamil, Yazin al-Duri, Clifford Joseph, Yusuf Hindu. 
Fourth row : Saad Salim, Ghassan Said, Majid Rassam, Rafit Rassam, Ibrahim Tahsin, 

Majid Hamid. 
Third row : Aso Jaff, A-Razzaq al-Azzawi, Gabriel Joseph, Munthar al-Jassani, Sirbest Ali. 
Second row : Riadh Albert, Ali Zahid, Rupen Mazhagopian, Imad Nisan, Hilal Abdulahad, 

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First row: Nahil Kamal, Korkis Mikhu, Fr. Gibbons, s.j., Falah Hamdi, Anwar Toma. 



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Sixth row : (left to right) Omid Ibrahim, A-Illah Shakarji, Samir Hamdi, Faris Shakir, 

Allan Leon. 
Fifth row : Ziad Jureidini, Daud Habib, Farid Habib, Awf A-Rahman, Naji Halim, Philip 

Hagop, Yusuf Tappouni. 
Fourth row : Kamille Fadhil, Muhammad al-Qazzaz, Saad Humadi, Suhaib al-Rumi, 

Kivork Najarian, Muhammad Yahya. 
Third row: Hisham al-Hakim, Abir Sadiq, Mahir Shakir, Muhammad A-Jabbar, Khaluk 

al-Naimi, Rashid al-Jomard, Ashur Davida. 
Second row : Atif Michael, Adil A-Ghafur, Aqil al-Attar, Saad Cyril, Faisal al-Dura, 

Fawwaz al-Joudi. 
First row: Haidar Rajib, A-Salam al-Qassab, Fr. O'Connor, s.j., Freddie Tajirian, Faris 

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Leonard George, Saad al-Kadhimi. 
Fifth row : Husam Yusuf, Faris al-Mukhtar, Thamir Sadiq, Zuhair Murtadha, Muhammad 

al-Haidari, Amir Thomas, Basil Jabiru. 
Fourth row : Elyahu Karim, Ghassan Emmanuel, Mazin al-Hasani, Mahjub Yahya, Fuad 

al-Tawil, Basim Tahan. 
Third row : Adnan Wadi, Imad al-Ghazali, Farid Mustafa, Asad Stephan, Faiz Yonu. 
Second row : Wathiq Kamal, Fatih Antwan, Ali A-Sahib, Sabah al-Attar, Sarmad al-Duri, 

Muthanna al-Awad. 
First row : Faisal al-Sarraf, Walid al-Duri, Fr. Fennell, s.j., Yusuf Matloub, Iyad al-Zubaidi. 

(Absent: Rifat Basim) 



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Saad Ismail. 
Fifth row : Ihsan Abid, Akkash Akkash, Faris Razzuq, Amjad Khudhir, Nabil Nuri, Geir 

Trosdahl, Kamil Mansur. 
Fourth row: Ali Hasan, Thomas Muehleisen, Ali Atta, Andrew Rutkowski, Maan Baithun, 

Sulaiman al-Ubaidi. 
Third row : A-Sattar Husain, Imad Kadhim, Muhammad Mubdar, Dana Faiq, Leheb 

A-Wahab, Husain Kubba, Hasan al-Naqib. 
Second row : Bashar Jamil, Basim George, Nisan Yuil, Emmanuel Hartyun, Raad Jurjis, 

Faiz Wahid. 
First row: Ghassan al-Rawaf, Muhannad A-Latif, Fr. John McCarthy, s.j., Sabah Komo, 

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Fifth row : Aprim Daud, Nazar Yawuz, Ahmad al-Haidari, Mujde Amin, Safari Safi. 
Fourth row: Muwaffaq Daud, Hitler Hanna, Adil Habib, Laith Kubba, Antwan Abdulahad, 

Muhammad al-Najim. 
Third row : Khalid Ibrahim, Muhannad al-Ashaiker, Kamil Jamil, Aziz Munayirji, Adil 

Akkash. 
Second row : Bayan al-Sarraj, Amin Khaki, Riadh A-Halim, Zaid al-Khudhairi, Muhib 

Munir, Jibrail Khamis. 
First row : Mahmud al-Zahawi, Namir al-Ansari, Fr. Mulcahy, s.j., Ali Saib, Ala Salum. 

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Sixth row : (left to right) Faris A-Amir, Samir Halim, Namir Shammas, Farid Faisal, 

George Tammu. 
Fifth row : Fuad Shammas, Firas Haidar, Riadh al-Ani, Sami Tawfiq, Faris Fathallah, 

Jamal A-Karim, Namir Tohala. 
Fourth row: Amar Muhammad Ali, Faiz Khalil, Kawa al-Khaffaf, Hisham Jalaladdin, 

Maan Zakaria, Muadh al-Duri. 
Third row : Constantin Spiros, Amir Daud, Saad Habba, Yusuf Hanna, Sami Leyous, 

Nabil Salmo, Faris Salim. 
Second row: Noel Papazian, Muhammad Bazirgan, Bishara Freij, Zaid al-Saffar, Amir 

Muhsin, Mutaz al-Izzi. 
First row : Muayyad al-Chalabi, Shihab al-Shamma, Fr. Mahoney, s.j., Khalid Taha, 

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Dusan Aimer. 
Fifth row : Ahmad Adam, Ala al-Hamidi, Mahir Dalai, Sudad Sadiq, Salam Ibrahim, 

Bahnam Michael, Yuhannes Ishaya. 
Fourth row : David Hoch, Henry Khoshaba, Zaid Albert, Khalid al-Makhzumi, Jamal 
Abbas, Luay Qasha. 

Third row: Namir Razzuq, Mazin al-Janabi, Mumtaz Joseph, Awni Faraj, John Jurjis, 

Ishkhan Krikor, Ala A-Amir. 
Second row : Basil Shukur, Wisam Anwar, Muwaffaq al-Rawi, Muhammad Majid, Alfred 

Qasid, Emil Constan. 
First row : Yasin al-Azzawi, Talal al-Gailani, Fr. Edmund Kelly, s.j., Edwin Ewan, Zahir 

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(Absent: Muhammad al-Azzawi) 



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Sixth row : (left to right) Zeki Yaqub, Muhammad Amin, Dhafir al-Wakil, Sufian Falah, 

Najib Kuriakos. 
Fifth row : Jafar Sadiq, Faris Hasani, Nazar Yusuf, Firas al-Badr, Muhammad al-Khudhairi, 

Safa Jawad, Sami Fawzi. 
Fourth row : Mazin al-Bayati, Laith Kalian, Harith al-Dulaimi, Ramiz Yusuf, Mashda 

Uthman, Habib Korkis. 
Third row : Paulus Paulus, Muthanna A-Karim, Ala al-Saffar, Murshid Ibrahim, Shant 

Khachik, Daud Hagop, John Cholakian. 
Second row: Ghassan Wadi, Ali al-Khalaf, Samir Mahmud, Zaid Talib, Munjid Shakir, 

Haitham Juma. 
First row : Namir A-Salam, Manif al-Hathal, Fr. Hicks, s.j., Muhammad al-Safi, Ali Barbuti. 

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Abdulahad Daud, Walid Khalid. 
Fifth row : Ala Hamid, Talal Jabiru, Ramzi Hanna, Bahjat Khoshaba, Adil al-Haddad, 

Hamid Haddad, Salim Sadiq. 
Fourth row: Karnik Koumrigian, Fawzi Nakkash, Aprim Yusuf, Francis Awdish, Ali al- 

Dahwi, Emil Salim. 
Third row : Ali Yahya, Nuri Alfred, A-Muhsin al-Rashid, Iyad Jawad, Muhammad Sadun, 

Riadh A-Razzaq, Raad al-Kayara. 
Second row : Ahmad Kamil, Zaid al-Rawi, Janan Jamil, Samir Daud, Amanj A-Qadir, 

Noel Daud. 
First row: Nasir Rufail, Isa Warda, Fr. James McCarthy, s.j., Paul Ishu, Umar al-Rawi. 



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Sixth row : (left to right) Ali Mudhaffar, Madhat Salih, Mahmud al-Hashimi, Faris Rah- 

matallah, Zaid George. 
Fifth row: Shant Narsesian, Basil A-Jabbar, Emmanuel Aprim, Dhafir al-Khalili, Akram 

al-Hakim, Salar Baban, Yuhanna Sando. 
Fourth row: Basim Shaffu, Nova Khojaian, Marwan A-Malik, Nasir A-Samad, Ali Mahjub, 

Safa Hasan. 
Third row : Mustafa al-Khudhairi, Sarmad al-Janabi, Walid Hamid, Ala Zwain, Joseph 

Edward, Naman Louis, Muhannad Hamid. 
Second row : Wasnan al-Gailani, Laith DeMarchi, Mushriq Safa, Iyad Bahnam, Isam Ali, 

Nazar Gabriel. 
First row : Imad A-Jabbar, Dhia Munir, Mr. Traverso, Ramiz Babushaq, Abdullah Marogi. 



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Sixth row : (left to right) Krikor Taschaian, Walid al-Amin, Shirwan Alfred, Nazar Khalaf, 
Alfred Akram, Nabil Shahid. 

Fifth row : Samir A-Masih, Sargon Elia, Jeffry Joseph, Muhammad Haidar, Raad Mahmud, 
Yasir Matloub, Dhia al-Duri. 

Fourth row : Khawam Khudhir, Majid Rashid, Rami Baroudi, Mudhar Kannuna, Muham- 
mad Kadhim, Nazar Bashir. 

Third row : Falahaddin Hasan, Ramzi Yalda, Ali al-Hilli, Bayan al-Qassab, Jamal Muham- 
mad Ali. 

Second row : A-Salam August, Ali al-Hadithi, Sami Hasan, Thamir Jamil, Latif Shamun, 
Nadim A-Rasul. 

First row : Adil Butros, Shibel Jabaji, Fr. Flaucher, s.j., Faris A-Razzaq, Farid Madhat. 



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Sixth row: (left to right) Jafar al-Pachachi, Sami Halim, Muhammad al-Gailani, Ahmad 

al-Astrabadi, Walid Shamun. 
Fifth row : Ara Simonian, Maram al-Hakim, Ali al-Ali, Iman al-Janabi, Rakesh Sharma, 

Imad al-Shalji, Ali al-Najim. 
Fourth row: Haidar Mahdi, Tamim Faisal, Aktham Badi, Salah al-Chalabi, Nail Khalil, 

Riadh Philip. 

Third row : Samir Matloub, Maan Shakir, Ghassan Mahir, Imad al-Safi, Wisam Nuri, 

Husain Bahiya, Zaid Abboudi. 
Second row: Mazin Mundhar, Alexander Sarkis, Saad Yaqub, Nadir Salim, Riadh al-Jabi, 

Aza Jamal. 
First row : Ahmad A-Karim, Burhan Hanna, Fr. Paquet, s.j., MuwafFaq al-Izzi, Ramzi 

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Sixth row : (left to right) Muhammad Baqir, Luay Allawi, Sabih Muhammad, Udai al-Rawi, 

Ramzi Shukri. 
Fifth row : Ahmad Aladdin, Hilal Zeyouna, Ali Ramadhan, Musab A-Hamid, Muhammad 

al-Baghdadi, Muntadhar Jibrail, Mazin Kalian. 
Fourth row : Suhail Kandalaft, Rafi Kouyoumdjian, Johnny Joseph, Sarkis Ohanian, Mazin 

al-Sarraf, Muwaffaq Zaku. 
Third row : Imad Basmaji, Jack Abda, Sudad Jibran, Ali Ahmad, Asaf Fadhil, Sadiq al- 

Baqir, Muhammad A-Majid. 

Second row : Imadaddin al-Nakkash, Laith Tuqatli, Husam Salman, Adil Lasso, Banan 
Naji, Nazar Abdulnur. 

First row : Faiz Ismail, Iyad Said, Mr. Callahan, Adolph Korkis, Afif Salim. 



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Fifth row : Walter Benyamin, Falahaddin Isa, Faisal al-Dujaili, Sadir Jabra, Clement 

Sislaian, Saad Shukur, Ahmad Tahan. 
Fourth row : Gaby Jibrail, Nazar Abdullah, Saad Yusufani, Mazin Elias, Anis Samhiri, 

Ali Hamid. 
Third row : Muhammad al-Salman, Muayyad Zaku, Imad Tarzi, Shardal Muhammad, 

Ramiz Qasirat, Hamdi A-Fattah, Dennis Wilson. 
Second row : Ali Khaki, Imad Salim, Basil Pio, Fawwaz Jaju, Salam Tawfiq, Faiz Metti. 
First row: Amir al-Khudhairi, Ihsan al-Mashhadi, Fr. Flynn, s.j., Jalal Sagman, Wadi 

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Fifth row: Nafi al-Masraf, Saad Aziz, Imad Sadiq, Adrian Awiya, Jamshid Baban, Murad 

Muradian, Wayil al-Jassani. 
Fourth row : Nahil Wadi, Nabil Salman, Muhammad al-Musawi, Jawdat Abadi, Mazin 

A-Karim, Laith al-Musa. 
Third row : Bashar Tappouni, Qutaiba al-Mahdawi, Said al-Basri, Pius Hermez, Amid 

Nadhim. 
Second row : Joseph Mansur, A-Masih Nuh, Nasir Harchan, Nazar Elia, Stanley Paulus, 

Erfan Nasif. 
First row: Saad Mahmud, Saadi Toma, Fr. Sullivan, S.J., Mazin Faraj, Muhammad 

Sadraddin. 

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Fifth row : Raid Amin, Yusuf Francis, John Edward, Amar Yahya, Sardar Ali, A-Qadir 

Kettaneh, Ghassan al-Daraji. 
Fourth row : Haidar al-Shalji, Salim Hassoun, Saad Mikhail, Muhammad Sabah, Samir 

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Third row : Ara Kagham, Majid Zeyouna, Anis Jassim, Riadh Khalil, Laith Kamil, Mazin 

Ridha, Namir Hasan. 
Second row : Pierre Dajadian, Saad A-Nafih, Arshad Mirza, Tony Aristakes, Ahmad Bahir, 

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First row : Jurjis Hanna, Korkis Shamun, Mr. Cooney, Ali Rahmatallah, Muhammad Falah. 



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Munah Tarazi, Ali A-Hadi. 
Fifth row : Muhammad al-Dahan, Robert Antranik, Namir Rahim, Thamir Hanna, Basil 

al-Awqati, Isam Najim, Daud Korkis. 
Fourth row : Adnan Elias, Imad Dhahi, Niaz Ali, Charles Halabu, Ghassan Abid, Johnny 

Namo. 
Third row : Muhammad Muwaffaq, Luay Askar, Mazin A-Amir, Shamal al-Mufti, Nabil 

Karnig. 
Second row : Raad Butros, Ahmad Zayni, Dhia Kamil, Laith Ahmad, Sina A-Wahab, 

Talal Butros. 
First row : Saad al-Qattan, Tariq Albert, Mr. Finlay, Faris Arif, Iyad Abu-Timman. 

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Faiq, Johnny Tajirian. 

Fifth row : Constantin Yonan, Saad Yunis, Amar Shakir, Shant Ibrahim, Jibrail Kanno, 
Tony Mirza, Rafid Hammudi. 

Fourth row : Faidhi al-Naqib, Mazin Khalil, Faris al-Safi, Samir Rassam, Ahmad Rifat, 
Tariq Ziad. 

Third row : Faiz al-Maqadisi, Mustafa al-Janabi, Izdahar Abdulahad, Nail Tami, Muham- 
mad al-Dubbaisi, Muhammad Sabih, Loris Kerop. 

Second row : Raid A-Jabbar, Emil Yusuf, Mashal Abdullah, Iyad Amjad, Wisam Shamun, 
Ramzi Jamil. 

First row : Salah Abboud, Aladdin Karam, Fr. Niedermeier, s.j., Namir Batani, Basim Daud. 



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al-Alusi. 
Fifth row: Basam Bashir, Adib A-Ghafur, Muwaffaq al-Bayati, Faiz Sabbagh, Samir Sami, 

Muhannad Bahiya, Mazin Thomas. 
Fourth row : Saad Suhail, Ahmad Abdullah, Nasib Hanna, Sinan Jamil, Mustafa Ahsan, 

Ali al-Hamdani. 
Third row : Faris Sadiq, A-Jabbar Kadhim, Maitham Abdullah, Saad Abawi, Ali al- 

Khudhairi, Zaid A-Majid, Zaid A-Samad. 
Second row: Nabil Butros, Philip Hannawi, Saad Juma, Husain al-Khalid, Nufal al- 

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First row : Adnan Hashim, Habib al-Khouri, Fr. Quinn, s.j., Fawwaz al-Khouri, Rafit Kello. 



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Fifth row : Faris al-Qadhi, Muayyad Husain, Ohan Ohanessian, Bedri Husain, Yasin al- 

Khudhairi, Imad Kassab, Hazim al-Bakri. 
Fourth row : Basil Yusuf, Jamal Surin, Namir Yusuf, Aisar Habib, Imad A-Razzaq, Johnny 

Sami. 

Third row : Aqil Muhammad, Ghassan Daqqaq, Saman Majid, Anis Toma, Zaid Zwain. 

Second row : Majid Kamil, Mahir Bahjat, Wisam Majid, Waid Butros, Gilbert Albert, 
Ali Husain. 

First row : Hilal Awad, Usama Faraj, Fr. Connolly, s.j., Marrah Yonan, Mustafa Bahjat. 

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al-Kashali. 
Fifth row : Shant Yessaian, Mukhlis Isa, Laith Stanley, Nail Gregory, Ahmad Yahya, Ramiz 

Khalaf, Ahmad al-Umari. 
Fourth row : Shirwan Dazai, Maan A-Majid, Ghazi Faisal, Luay al-Khori, Imad Yunis, 

Rifat Razzuq. 

Third row: Saifaddin al-Alusi, Hazim al-Dalli, Qais Ibrahim, Ghalib al-Waswasi, Muham- 
mad Mahmud, Bashar Swaidah, Jamal A-Ghafur. 

Second row : Laith Jamil, Ferly Marshall, Samir Maskoni, Nazar Bahnam, Usama al- 
Damaluji, Simon Kivorkian. 

First row : Wisam Sami, Zaid Sulaiman, Mr. Robbert, Sadiq Mahdi, Waid Salih. 



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Fifth row: Dhafir Yusuf, Sulaiman Sabih, Aktham Sulhi, Hassan Hasso, Mahir A-Illah, 

Hagop Baltaian, Thana Mahmud. 

Fourth row : Mudhar Muzhir, Maan A-Sattar, Ramzi Yonan, Wahid Jurjis, Imad Korkis, 
Yusuf Barjoni. 

Third row : Bashar al-Yawir, Mahmud A-Salam, Saad al-Tai, Faiq Elias, Wasim Ahmad, 
Joseph Habib, Ihsan Hussainu. 

Second row : Nabil Said, Laith Toma, Mazin Rumani, Bashar Jihad, Ghalib Ahmad, 
Muhammad A-Salam. 

First row : Arif al-Mufti, Adrian al-Mudallal, Fr. Hussey, s.j., Omid Abdullah, Muham- 
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Hirair Sayad. 
Fifth row : Sadun Walid, Wadhah A-Qadir, Johann Peter, Ran Aram, Laith Ihsan, Sinan 

Sulaiman, Zaid al-Jabouri. 
Fourth row: Nabil al-Janabi, Mahdi Shar' Islam, Faris al-Hathal, Falah al-Azzawi, Nail 

Bahoshy, Saad Rassam. 
Third row : Luay Loqa, Majid al-Hasani, Isam Faraj, Riadh Ghanim, Saran Akram, Basam 

Jazrawi, Jamal Stephan. 
Second row : Samir Nuri, Ghassan Nan', Faris al-Baqir, Husam Hasun, Imad Hermez, 

Ghalib Salim. 
First row: Daud Rais, Ala Shahin, Fr. Bennett, s.j., Najah Yonu, Faiz Yusuf. 



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al-Tawil, Ziad Kamil, Muhammad Jassim. 
Fifth row : Ghassan Bahjat, Munthar Albert, Walid Rumaya, Mahmud Khazal, Ghadir 

Kachachi, Hasan Mahdi, Raid al-Jumaili. 
Fourth row : Jamal Bekri, Qusai Khairi, Ara Garabet, Dhia Jamil, Thamir al-Ammar, 

Hemanth Nayar. 
Third row: Basil Hadi, Imad Jazrawi, Khairi Fadhil, Varant Ishkhan, Stephan Joannides. 
Second row : Saad al-Hajjar, Fawwaz Anwar, Sirwan Abdullah, Khaldun Salim, Ali Husain, 

Faris Jamil. 
First row : Hagop Papazian, Anan Mikhail, Mr. Molloy, Mazin Muhammad, Garabet 

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Imad Yasin. 
Fifth row : Qusai Kamal, Luay Edward, Kadhim Mahdi, A-Jabbar Husain, Muhammad 

Bahir, Saad Tajaddin, Aladdin Nasir. 

Fourth row : Francis Jules, Ziad al-Rawi, Iyad Lawrence, Nabil Elia, Saad Farid, Jamal 

al-Khudhairi. 
Third row : Daud Rassam, Faruq al-Damaluji, Terry Parhad, Ihsan al-Malih, Mahir Bahu, 

Salwan Shawkat, Aisar al-Hasani. 

Second row : Said al-Janabi, Ala Isa, Usama Yunis, Maram Zaku, Muhammad al-Izzi, 

Nasir A-Salam. 
First row : Namir Hamdi, Imad Michael, Fr. Mahan, s.j., Hakim Elias, Zahir al-Qassab. 



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Second row : Wisam Hermes, Jalal Zeya, Salah Paulus, Sami Mansur. 

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MISSION COLLECTORS 

Third row, left to right : Rifat Butros, Shamsi al-Hasani, Faiz Khalil, Namir Mukhtar, John Cholakian. 
Second row : Wisam Shamun, Ihsan al-Malih, Laith Toma, Saad al-Hajjar, Saad Abawi, Stanley Paulus. 
First row : Bashar Jamil, Laith Kamil, Mr. Albert Baba, Yusuf Matloub, Rami Baroudi. 



LIBRARY STAFF 

Standing, left to right : Korkis Mikhu, Anwar Toma, Majid Shulji, Saad Cyril. 
Seated: Kamil Mahdi, Fr. Hussey, s.j., Fr. Bennett, S.J., Franco Eshaya. 





POOR COLLECTORS 

Fifth row, left to right: Anis Kadouri, Mahmud al-Azzawi, A-Illah Shakarji, Ahmad al-Amin, Dhafir al- 
Khalili. Fourth row : Amar Muhammad AH, Ahmad al-Shakiri, A-Ghani al-Jassani, Ahmad al-Haidari, 
Muhammad al-Haidari, Dhia al-Duri. Third row : Ahmad Aladdin, Hazim al-Khalili, Ali Zahid, Haitham 
Muhammad, Ahmad Kamil. Second row : Mahmud Khazal, Ahmad Bahir, A-Jabbar Husain, Ahmad al- 
Umari, Ala A-Amir, Ali Husain. First row : Amar Shakir, Ali al-Ali, Mr. Albert Baba, Faris Arif, Ali Barbuti. 





MATHEMATICS 
SOCIETY 




"AL-IRAQI" STAFF 

Standing, left to right : Richard Yaqub, Faris Nairn, Samir Baroudi, Faisal al-Bana, Saad 
al-Qattan. 

Seated: Mr. Robbert, Nazar Adnan, Muhammad Mahdi, Aladdin Burhan, Andre Hindu, 
Fr. Paquet, s.j. 




JUNIOR ELOCUTION CONTEST 



THE WINNERS 




Maram Zaku, 1G 
Arabic Elocution 



Terry Parhad and Iyad Lawrence, 1G 
English Conversation 



Tamim Faisal, 2 A 
English Elocution 



MASTERS OF CEREMONIES 






WlSAM NURI 

Arabic M.C. 



Laith Toma, ID 
English Conversation M.C. 



Wadi' al-Mathnu, 2C 
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in the students of Baghdad College. 







OUR ESSAYISTS 

Rear: Amjad Khudhir, 4C (p. 66); Shawkat Halabu, 5B (p. 71); Andre Hindu, 
5B (p. 69); Ibrahim al-Shawi, 5 A (p. 70). 

Middle: Ziad Jureidini, 4A (p. 64); Saad al-Damaluji, 5 A (p. 63); Nabil Nuri, 
4C (p. 68); Yusuf Matloub, 4B (p. 65); Samir Leyous, 5 A (p. 67). 

Front: Ali Zahid, 5D (p. 66); Aktham Badi', 2A (p. 64); Richard Yaqub, 5B 
(p. 73); Saad Cyril, 4A (p. 65); Krikor Azaian, 5B (p. 67). 



SCIENCE AND HUMANITY 



SAAD AL-DAMALUJI, 5 A 



Man has made tremendous leaps in the fields 
of science and technology. Never in previous 
history has there been such an abundance in food 
production and availability — for some parts of 
the world at least — nor has there been better 
planning for more production in the less fortunate 
parts. Mass production and scientific planning 
have provided more people with essential needs 
and consumer goods than ever before. In fact, 
items which were considered luxury materials a 
few decades ago have become part of everyday life 
for many people. The standard of living has im- 
proved everywhere in the world. Houses are 
healthier and good schools are more numerous, 
free education has propagated knowledge to 
larger sections of people, and many countries 
have forgotten that illiteracy ever existed. There 
is no doubt that man is better fed, better dressed, 
better educated, better traveled and better enter- 
tained nowadays than ever before in his long 
history. 

But the big question is : is man a happier being 
now? Alas, the same human mind that imagined 
prosperity and worked for its realization has 
imagined and realized weapons and gadgets that 
might inevitably lead to his own unhappiness and 
destruction. Literature is full of descriptions of 
such items as the atom- and H-bomb, biological 
and chemical weapons, intercontinental missiles 
and anti-missiles. Dangerous toys in the hands of 
of children ! When unused, their very presence 
causes fear, anxiety and insecurity. God help 



humanity if ever they are employed ! No wonder 
so many people resort to drugs and pills that 
society today is rightly called "the society of 
tranquilizers". Imagine! A small boat moving 
near the shore of a nation can cause the whole 
population to be infected with rabbit fever! A 
small amount of cholera vibrios in the water sup- 
ply of a large city can spread the disease like fire 
in hay! Pulmonary plague can be implanted in a 
country and kill in twenty-four hours ! Chemical 
weapons can paralyse the mental capacities of a 
whole army within a few hours ! One kilogram of 
LSD can cause temporary schizophrenia in the 
people of a city of ten million ! It is claimed that 
in the future, merely ten kilograms of selected 
chemicals will be able to destroy all life on earth ! 
But why? Why the waste of great genius, 
creativity and ingenuity ? Why the waste of money, 
time and effort given to the development and 
production of such materials rather than for the 
field of peace, understanding and justice ? Could 
not equal effort put an end to all injustice on this 
planet ? Is it a part of human nature to carry the 
olive branch in one hand and the sword in the 
other? Do the instincts for survival inevitably 
combine with the instincts of destruction ? Will 
humanity ever see the day when human values 
are put before greed, and human morals rise above 
all the forces of evil, agression and destruction? 
Then, and only then, shall humanity be what 
God wishes it to be! 



65 



A STORM 



WAR 



AKTHAM BAD!' SHARIF, 2A 



ZIAD JUREIDINI, 4A 



The sky turned grey and dark 

And everything was gloomy, 

Then all of a sudden I heard a dog bark 

And the rain poured down endlessly. 

The wind blew, the thunder rolled, 
And lightning struck boldly. 
Trees swayed to and fro 
While animals fled fearfully. 

By the shore the ocean roared 
And waves crashed angrily, 
While in the sky sea gulls soared 
High and low screeching scornfully. 



NOISE 



AKTHAM BADI' SHARIF, 2A 



Rolling of thunder, patter of rain, 
Shriek of whistle of an express train. 
Chirping of birds, humming of bees, 
Chop and cut on strong fir trees. 

Barks of dogs, gossip of people. 
Ring of a bell from a church steeple. 
Blowing of wind on a stormy day, 
Screams of children gay in their play. 
I like noise. 



Tratata, tratata, 

The bugles call... 

Tratata... 

A mother's tears upon the ground... 

Tratata. 

A wife's parting kiss 

On the soldier's neck, 

A tender caress that must last forever... 

On the field 

Where men fall like drops of rain 

On the ground 

Tratata, tratata. 

The hot, merciless ground 

Craving blood, 

More blood, more blood... 

Tratata. 

Where life and death are united 

Tratata. 

Hanna lies upon the ground, 

Face fixed in crude surprise... 

Blood, more blood... 

Tratata. 

A dog beside him 

Licks the liquid of life 

From the master's face, 

Not knowing where he's gone. 

Hanna's gone 

To the land of the unknown... 

Blood, more blood... 

He did not wait to see his unborn child. 

Or kiss his waiting wife goodbye; 

He had to go upon that ground, 

The hot, hot merciless ground 

Which craved his blood... 

Tratata. 

The scarlet sun 

Crying "blood" 

Upon a red horizon 

Sets upon lifeless bodies of the field. 

The crave for blood has gone 

But Hanna still lies, 

His dog still laps his flesh, 

His babe still awaits, 

His wife still needs his gentle love. 

How selfish 

To leave his wife and go away! 

And now no one returns. 

No one will pass by 

The wife and child... 

Except the bugle call, 

Tratata, tratata, 

To tell his wife to wait no more. 



66 



Noble feelings and noble deeds make the man. 
But they come slowly and with pain. Each better 
stage of our life comes through endless deaths 
and rebirths. We die to ourselves hundreds of 
ways to reach truer and finer states of life. 

Life is made of innumerable departures, 
changes in conditions, existence and understand- 
ing. And in each change we feel we die to the 
past in some small way. 

The first journey is the one from home to 
primary school, where we are faced for the first 
time with responsibilities for our own actions and 
behavior. Then we realize that we have to leave 
behind the comfortable "farniente" of childhood, 
because knowledge and success require all our 
energies. Time going by, we feel deeper and 
deeper that only beautiful virtues and achieve- 
ments are worth living for. But the acquiring of 
these virtues and achievements demands our dying 
to younger joys to make room for the constant, 
steady, everyday tasks of study and growth which 
lead to the pure knowledge of God. 

But must we forget time spent in College ? 
No, for these are the building years, and though 
we must pass through and beyond them, they are 
years of rare wonder which shall "die" only to 
give place to greater life. 



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sleepy. I put out the light and went to bed. In 
a moment I vanished into my dreams. I found 
myself in a court. I was both the judge and the 
criminal. Face to face, judge and criminal, there 
could be no defense. I knew it was my fault and 
all the crimes were piled high upon me. The judge 
asked many questions about my life. The crim- 
inal's answers were all painful to me. The judge 
looked first at the list of faults. Then he turned 
to another page and was amazed to find that my 
good qualities almost equalled my bad ones. So, 
I was released from prison and punishment on 
the promise that I would make more progress in 
the future. I awoke in a sweat. 

Perhaps this is not just an amusing story. 
Perhaps others can benefit from it. Perhaps it 
means that we must judge our actions ourselves. 
Perhaps it means that if we judge ourselves we 
won't need prefects over us. And perhaps, if all 
of us do what we are supposed to do, even nations 
will be reformed and make progress. 



67 



THE CAUSE 

ALI ZAHID, 5D 



We must struggle back to Palestine. The now 
old story is still true. For twenty-five years from 
various parts of the world, men have come to our 
land to occupy by force the land that is ours. They 
say that God had promised our land to them 
because they are the Chosen People. But, we, too, 
are sons of Abraham to whom such word was 
given. And so the Arabs have not given up but 
stand against brute force with armed struggle and 
faith. The Israelis succeed in deceiving many 
countries by pretending to be peaceful and help- 
less before Arab power. In this way they have 
gained arms and money from big countries. But 
now the cruelties committed in the Occupied 
Land and the increasing number of refugees, ex- 
pelled from their homes, are becoming known 
and the public opinion of the world is changing 
against this agressive country. 

When the Israelis attacked Arab countries and 
occupied parts of our land they wanted to play 
the old round in the United Nations. But peace- 
loving countries now see the one-time victims of 
the Nazis have learned the methods of their op- 
pressors and in imitating them dig their own 
graves. 

The struggle is long and hard, but victory 
will be ours in the end. The people of Palestine 
will return to the dear land which their hearts 
have never left. 



LIFE 

AMJAD KHUDHIR, 4C 



Life is the most precious gift given us by God. 
It is spelled with only four letters but it means so 
much. This small word has so many varied mean- 
ings that we can't calculate them all. We can never 
give the complete meaning of life, for at any 
moment a small event can give it a different 
meaning. However, let us make a start. 

There are two kinds of life: eternal, everlasting 
life and present, earthly life. This earthly life has 
many meanings and embraces the whole world. 
We find different personalities in our world and 
each one has a different idea of life. From our 
school years we learn many ideas about life. 

Life is time and time passes without our 
noticing it. Time is a continuous chain in which 
the present is only one link. Yet tomorrow is 
being made today, as today was being made 
yesterday. 

"Life is a highway where the milestones are years, 
And every now and then there is a toll-gate 
Where you pay your way with tears." 
Life is a carriage which takes the ones who 
would overtake it and leaves the ones who could 
not. Life is a struggle between ourselves and mor- 
tality and evanescence . So we struggle until death 
with whatever help religion and society can offer 
to us. Life is a short trip which does not have any 
savor or value, unless we have friends, friends 
with whom we can play, whom we trust and love. 
Life is love and without love we cannot live, as 
the prophets preached in the past and the songsters 
sing today. Life is adventure, promise. It can be 
misery, but it need not be. 

Life, then, is many things. It differs and 
changes, and yet it contains all. Through this 
time on earth it moves, changes and grows, until 
with God, it becomes EVERYTHING. 



68 



CURIOSITY 



KRIKOR AZAIAN, 5B 



I saw him while I was walking down the street 
the other day. He was simply strolling along, 
looking mostly at the ground, but he seemed to 
bear a heavy burden on his shoulders. His troubled 
face indicated to me that this young man indeed 
had a problem. 

When I returned home I tried hard to forget 
his face but could not. I imagined questions and 
tried to find answers. What kind of problem could 
make the man look the way he did ? 

Perhaps he is a student with troubles in his 
studies. Perhaps someone in his family is sick and 
he cannot find the money to buy the medicine. 
He might be in trouble where he works ! Perhaps 
he is disappointed in love and now seems lost and 



miserable. Or, has one of his best friends turned 
him down ? 

On and on I kept asking myself such questions 
without finding an answer, for the man is a com- 
plete stranger to me. Then I asked myself why 
I should care so much about a stranger whom 
I do not know at all. And, to tell the truth, I am 
still unable to find an answer, except to admit 
that, like the rest of mankind, I am curious. 

Curiosity is something in us that we cannot 
resist, for man is made to satisfy his desires. And 
the desire to know is one of man's strongest 
desires. It moves man forward to seek the truth 
in everything. 



THE MAN IN THE RAIN 



SAMIR LEYOUS, 5A 



It had been raining heavily for several hours 
and all the people in the street were rushing for 
shelter. One alone was sauntering slowly down 
the street, challenging the rain. 

He was a handsome figure, eighteen or nine- 
teen years old. In his brown eyes could be seen 
pain and sorrow. Tears carressed his cheeks, crying 
for help. He just would not believe that she was 
no more! A few hours ago they were planning a 
happy vacation. But suddenly all faded into a 
dream. 

He couldn't remember exactly when he first 
had met her. One, two, maybe three months ago ? 
He just couldn't recall. His happiness had been 
so real that he couldn't remember its beginning ! 
But he did clearly remember the day they went 
to see Gary Grant in "Charade". The theater had 
been crowded with people and only with difficulty 
did they find their seats. He didn't understand the 



film that day simply because he wasn't paying 
attention. He was living in a day-dream about 
their future, now and then interrupted by a joke 
or question. He remembered answering "Yes... 
really great..." and "...still, she hasn't half your 
beauty, my dear." 

His memory moved on to the letters which 
they sent each other through his little brother. 
Her house was only a few blocks away, and it took 
the small boy only a few minutes to reach her 
house and throw the letter in the waiting open 
window ; and he always returned with an answer. 
The last letter had said, "My beloved! After my 
chemistry exam tomorrow we will..." 

The memory was interrupted by the shriek of 
brakes and angry words: "Hey! Where do you 
think you are? Better keep your eyes..." 

But the eyes were too filled with mist. He kept 
walking. 



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FIRST DAY 





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SECONDARY FOOTBALL 

In what must be termed as an impressive season the 
secondary football team completed a 21 game schedule 
with 15 wins, 4 ties, and but 2 losses. Responsible for 
most of the scoring that enabled the team to do so well 
was Yusuf Daud and Ali al-Zubaidi though they were 
greatly assisted by the play making of Hrand Essayi 
and Philip Dawisha. Sabah Azad and Nisan Yuil were 
the squad's top wingers while Johnson Yuhanna, 
backed by Kamiran George, Krikor Minasakhan, and 
Faris Bashoo, headed up a competent offensive line. 
Goalies Majid Shulji and Shawkat Halabu rounded off 
the winning combination. One of the main factors in 
achieving such a successful season was the co-operation 
among the team members. They handled the ball well, 
functioning not as individuals but as a unit — something 
that can only be improved next year when the entire 
team returns. 





SECONDARY FOOTBALL 

Standing, left to right : Saad Fadhil, Muwaffaq Edward, Hrand Essayi, Sabah Azad, Nisan Yuil, Munir 
Namu, Faris Nairn, Mr. Albert Baba. Kneeling : Amjad Khudhir, Krikor Minasakhan, Yusuf Daud, Shawkat 
Halabu, Majid Shulji, Johnson Yuhanna, Kamiran George, Philip Dawisha. 






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Second row, left to right : Thamir Jamil, Mazin al-Bayati, 
Raad Mahmud, Samir A-Masih, Aprim Yusuf, Sami Hasan, 
Mr. Albert Baba. First row : Abdulahad Daud, Krikor 
Taschaian, Safa Hasan, Jan Turabian, Alfred Akram, 
Talal Jabiru. 




INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL 

Whenever an outside team first sees the B.C. inter- 
mediate football team they are always surprised at how 
small the players of the Baghdad College team are. 
However they are even more surprised at how well they 
play, especially at the end of the game when these 
obviously older and physically larger teams find them- 
selves on the short side of the score. Though the team 
played weekly and won a majority of these contests, 
one of their most impressive games was a losing effort. 
Playing in Scouts' Field against boys that almost 
doubled their size the intermediates jumped to a 2-0 
half time lead and looked the better team but finally 
succumbed to their opponent's strength and fell 
behind 4-2. 

Mazin al-Bayati was the team's top scorer and con- 
sidered to be the squad's best player. Samir A-Masih 
was another good play maker and worked particularly 
well with Sami Hasan and Thamir Jamil. Abdulahad 
Daud proved to be a very capable defensive man, 
keeping the line tight in all games. 



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Standing : Samir Leyous, Mr. Albert, Rupen Mazhagopian. 

Kneeling : Clifford Joseph, Muhammad Mahdi, Vahe Kouyoumdjian, Mahmud al-Azzawi, 
Hagop Manuel. 



SECONDARY BASKETBALL 



Considering the fact that three-fourths of the team 
were playing on a school team for the first time, the 
1968-1969 basketball squad made a fine showing more 
often that not. One reason they did well despite their 
inexperience was the expert coaching by their new 
trainer, Mr. Albert Baba. 

Ala, Hagop, and Samir were the team's high scorers, 
Mahmud and Muhammad were the principal reboun- 
ers, and Rupen kept the team moving with his passing. 
Clifford, Salwan, Dhafir, and Ahmad also played 
regularly. 

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did depended on how well they passed the ball, and 
on how well they were playing together on that par- 
ticular day. The highlight of the season was the game 
against a much more experienced team from Jafariya. 
Although Baghdad College lost the game 80-60, they 
left the court quite proud of their playing, and showed 
promise of a strong team next year. 





INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL 

Standing: Daud Hagop, Samir Daud, Safa Hasan, Ghassan Wadi, Mr. Robbert; Kneeling : 
Faris Rahmatallah, Abdulahad Daud, Muhammad al-Khudhairi, Avadis Khachik. 






3A BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 



3C BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 




TENNIS 







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Usama al-Damaluji (First year), Fr. Kelly, S.J., Yusuf Daud (Fifth year), Antwan Abdul- 
ahad (Fourth year), Zaid al-Shawwaf (Second year), Hisham Jalaladdin (Third year). 




DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

In front of the net : Geza Szurovy (Third year), Hisham Jalaladdin (Third year), Faruq 
al-Damaluji (First year), Iyad al-Jawad (First year); In back of the net: Fr. Kelly, s.j., 
Ahmad Tahan (Second year), Jafar al-Pachachi (Second year), Basim Tahan (Fourth year), 
Faris al-Mukhtar (Fourth year), Anwar Toma (Fifth year), Samir Baroudi (Fifth year). 





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Standing, left to right : Clifford Joseph, Muhammad al-Khatib, Shawkat Halabu, Philip Dawisha, Andre 
Hindu, Ahmad al-Shakiri, Sirbest Ali. Kneeling : Vahe Kouyoumdjian, Muhammad Mahdi, Salah Paulus, 
Johnson Yuhanna, Mahmud al-Azzawi. 



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'ACUJLTY 





Rev. John J. Donohue, s.j 
Superior of Jesuits in Iraq 




Mr. Vincent J. Molloy, English 1 
Rev. Walter R. Pelletier, s.j., 
Assistant Principal 

Mathematics 2 



Rev. Joseph P. Merrick, s.j. 
Rev. John A. Carty, s.j., Rector 




Rev. Thomas J. Gibbons, s.j., Physics 5 



Rev. Charles W. Mahan, s.j., Mathematics 1, 2 




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Rev. Daoud Anwar Como, s.j. Rev. Robert F. Regan, s.j. 

Religion 1 English 4, Religion 3 



Rev. James F. Mulcahy, s. 
Biology 4 




Mr. Gabriel Shamsi, English Lab Assistant 



Mr. Abdulahad George, Arabic 1 




Rev. Sidney M. MacNeil, s.j. 
English 5, Religion 5 




Rev. Joseph A. Paquet, s.j. 
Mathematics 2, Religion 2 



Mr. George Abbosh, History 1 
National Education 1 

Mr. Naim Kitto, History 2, 
National Education 2 




Mr. John F. Robbert, Mathematics 1 



Mr. Rammo Fattuhi, Biology 2 

Mr. Sami Butti, Chemistry 4, Biology 3 



Rev. Thomas F. Hussey, s.j. 
English 1, Religion 1 




Mr. Hamdi A. Qafisheh, English 1 

Mr. Robert G. Finlay, Mathematics 1, 2 




Rev. Michael J. Connolly, s.j. 
Mathematics 1, Religion 2 



Rev. Richard J. Flynn, s.j., Chemistry 2 



Rev. Jerome J. Niedermeier, s.j. 
English 1, Religion 2 



Mr. Muhammad al-Saadi, Geography 3 



Mr. Michael W. Albin, English 1, 3 







Rev. Joseph E. O'Connor, s.j. 
English 5, Religion 4 



Rev. John J. McCarthy, s.j. 
Physics 4 



Rev. Robert J. Sullivan, s.j., English Lab 2 




Rev. Joseph D. Quinn, s.j., English 1 Rev. James H. McCarthy, s.j. 

English 3, Religion 3 



Rev. Andrew J. Scopp, s.j. 
Religion 1, 2, 3, 4 




Rev. John L. Mahoney, s.j. 
English 3, 4; Religion 1 



Mr. James J. Callahan, English 2 



Mr. A-Karim Faraj, Islam 5 



Mr. Manuel Abdulahad, Mr. Mansur Gorial 
Assistants to the Treasurer 



Mr. Adil Jabir, History 4 




Rev. Joseph G. Fennell, s.j., Chemistry 5 



Mr. Muhammad Ali al-Bir, Arabic 4 



Rev. Stanislaus T. Gerry, s.j. 
Biology 5 




Rev. Alfred J. Hicks, s.j., Mathematics 3, 4 
Mr. David Traverso, English 2, 3 





Rev. Thomas J. Kelly, s.j., Treasurer 

Rev. Edmund F. Kelly, s.j., Mathematics 3, 4 




Rev. Clarence J. Burby, s.j. 
Rev. Yusuf H. R. Seferta, s.j. 



Mr. Adil Shammani, 

Geography 1 
Mr. A-Razzaq Al-Ubaidi, 

Arabic 3, Islam 3 
Mr. Elia Yaqub, 

Special Chemistry 3, 5 




Rev. Joseph T. Bennett, s.j., Mathematics 1 
Mr. Roger J. Raslavsky, English Lab 2 







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Mr. Jurjis Thaghlub, Geography 4 
Mr. Fadhile Dakkak, History 3 
National Education 3 




Mr. Shihab Al-Hamdani, Arabic, 4, 5 
Mr. Bahnam Afas, Arabic 2 




Mr. Nasir Taqtaq 
Mathematics 2, 3 



Mr. Jamil Salim 
Arabic 1 



Mr. Yaqub Esko 
Arabic 1, 2 



Mr. Sabri Mansur 
General Science 1 




Mr. George Abbosh 
History 1 

National Education 1 



Mr. Bahnam Afas 
Arabic 2 



Mr. Tawfiq Askar 
Geography 2 




Rev. Joseph F. MacDonnell, s.j., Mathematics 5 
Rev. Joseph J. Flaucher, s.j., Physics 3 



Mr. Ahmad Al-Shahad, Arabic 3, Islam 3 
Mr. Sabir Al-Atraqchi, Arabic 4, 5 



Mr. Manuel Abdulahad, Assistant to the Treasurer 
Mr. Wilson Narsai, Secretary 



Mr. Muhammad Ali Hatif 
Arabic 3 
Islam 3 

Mr. Yahya Nazhat 
Arabic 2 
Islam 1, 2, 4 



Mr. Yusuf Haddad 
Special Biology 5 

Mr. Bashir Saffo 
Special Physics 3, 5 





Rev. Charles M. Loeffler, s.j. 
Mathematics 1 
Religion 1 

Rev. James F. Morgan, s.j. 
English 3 
Religion 5 



Mr. Albert Baba 
Dean of Discipline 
Religion 1 




In January, 1969, Fr. Charles W. Mahan, s.j., 

celebrated his golden jubilee as a jesuit the 

completion of 50 years of service as a priest and 
educator. More than 35 of those years were spent 
at Baghdad College, where he was greatly loved 
and admired by all who knew him. 

In February, due to poor health, Fr. Mahan re- 
tired FROM TEACHING, AND LEFT BAGHDAD FOR MEDICAL 

treatment. the students and faculty of baghdad 
College — past and present — are joined in prayer 

FOR HIS RETURN TO GOOD HEALTH. We ARE PROUD TO 
DEDICATE THIS PAGE OF "Al-IrAQi" TO HIM, AS A 
TRIBUTE OF OUR AFFECTION, ESTEEM, AND GRATITUDE. 



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MEDALS FOR CLASS LEADERSHIP 
1967 - 1968 



FIRST HONORS 



SECOND HONORS 



Hilal al-Dabbuni 


Fourth 


A 


Saad al-Damaluji 


Riadh Albert 


Fourth 


B 


Faiz Fathallah 


A-Salam Nuri 


Fourth 


C 


Varujan Zulumat 


Ala al-Musawi 


Fourth 


D 


Majid A-Karim 


Kivork Najarian 


Third 


A 


Mahir Shakir 


Nabil Nuri 


Third 


B 


Ghassan Emmanuel 


Laith Kubba 


Third 


C 


Ihsan Abid 


Faisal al-Sarraf 


Third 


D 


Muhib Munir 


Amir Thomas 


Third 


E 


Mujde Amin 


Imad al-Ghazali 


Third 


F 


Husain Kubba 


Fuad Shammas 


Second 


A 


Amar Muhammad Ali 


Iyad Jawad 


Second 


B 


Ala al-Saffar 


Nazar Yusuf 


Second 


C 


Mushriq Safa 


Muthanna A-Karim 


Second 


D 


Mustafa al-Khudhairi 


Dhia al-Duri 


Second 


E 


Nadim A-Rasul 


Sudad Sadiq 


Second 


F 


Riadh A-Razzaq 


Zaid al-Rawi 


Second 


G 


Basil Shukur 


Akram al-Hakim 


Second 


H 


Mutaz al-Izzi 


Nail Khalil 


First 


A 


Sami Halim 


Tony Aristakes 


First 


B 


Shamsi al-Hasani 


Luay Askar 


First 


C 


Saad Shukur 


Muwaffaq al-Izzi 


First 


D 


Robert Antranik 


Ali Rani 


First 


E 


Mahmud Shakir 


Luay Allawi 


First 


F 


Tamim Faisal 


Maram al-Hakim 


First 


G 


Husain Bahiya 



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FIRST QUARTER 



FIRST HONORS 



2A 


Nail Khalil 


91 


5A 


Saad al-Damaluji 


90 


4A 


Mahir Shakir 


90 


2A 


Maram al-Hakim 
SECOND HONORS 


90 


3E 


Akram al-Hakim 


89 


2A 


Husain Bahiya 


89 


5A 


Hilal al-Dabbuni 


88 


4A 


Rashid al-Jomard 


88 


2A 


Imad al-Shalji 


88 


4A 


Muhammad Yahya 


87 


3A 


Fuad Shammas 


87 


3A 


Muadh al-Duri 


87 


3B 


Sudad Sadiq 


87 


2A 


Ghassan Mahir 


87 


1G 


Faruq al-Damaluji 


87 


3C 


Muthanna A-Karim 


86 


1A 


Rafit Kallo 


86 


5A 


Rashid Yahya 


85 


5A 


Sarmad Ajina 


85 


4A 


A-Salam al-Qassab 


85 


2A 


Ali al-Ali 


85 


2A 


Aza Jamal 


85 


2A 


Iman al-Janabi 


85 


2A 


Jafar al-Pachachi 


85 


2A 


Maan Shakir 


85 


2A 


Muhammad al-Gailani 


85 


1A 


Iyad Saad 


85 


1A 


Muwaffaq al-Bayati 


85 


1A 


Philip Hannawi 


85 


ID 


Laith Toma 


85 


1G 


Ala Isa 


85 


1G 


Imad Michael 


85 


1G 


Saad Tajaddin 


85 


1G 


Usama Yunis 


85 



SECOND QUARTER 

FIRST HONORS 



5A 


Hilal al-Dabbuni 


93 


2A 


Nail Khalil 


93 


5A 


Saad al-Damaluji 


92 


2A 


Maram al-Hakim 


91 


1G 


Saad Tajaddin 


91 


5A 


Rashid Yahya 


90 


4A 


Rashid al-Jomard 


90 


1G 


Muhammad Bahir 
SECOND HONORS 


90 


4A 


Hisham al-Hakim 


89 


4A 


Mahir Shakir 


89 


3B 


Sudad Sadiq 


89 


2A 


Ali al-Ali 


89 


2A 


Husain Bahiya 


89 


1A 


Iyad Saad 


89 


1G 


Usama Yunis 


89 


5A 


Imad Kallo 


88 


3A 


Fuad Shammas 


88 


2A 


Iman al-Janabi 


88 


1A 


Rafit Kallo 


88 


1G 


Muhammad al-Izzi 


88 


5A 


Muhammad al-Khatib 


87 


5A 


Sarmad Ajina 


87 


3A 


Muadh al-Duri 


87 


2A 


Imad al-Shalji 


87 


2A 


Sami Halim 


87 


1G 


Imad Michael 


87 


1G 


Kadhim Mahdi 


87 


5A 


Ibrahim al-Shawi 


86 


5A 


Najdat Yusufani 


86 


4A 


A-Salam al-Qassab 


86 


3A 


Amar Muhammad Ali 


86 


3C 


Muthanna A-Karim 


86 


3E 


Akram al-Hakim 


86 


2A 


Ghassan Mahir 


86 


2A 


Jafar al-Pachachi 


86 


2A 


Zaid Abboudi 


86 


1A 


Muwaffaq al-Bayati 


86 


1G 


Nasir A-Salam 


86 


5A 


Hasib al-Mufti 


85 


5A 


Samir Ismail 


85 


4A 


Awf A-Rahman 


85 


4C 


Nabil Nuri 


85 


3A 


Shihab al-Shamma 


85 


1A 


Adib A-Ghafur 


85 


1G 


Ala Isa 


85 


1G 


Faruq al-Damaluji 


85 


1G 


Jamal al-Khudhairi 


85 


1G 


Salwan Shawkat 


85 



THIRD QUARTER 

FIRST HONORS 



2A 


Nail Khalil 


94 


2A 


Maram al-Hakim 


94 


5A 


Imad Kallo 


92 


5A 


Hilal al-Dabbuni 


92 


3B 


Sudad Sadiq 


92 


2A 


Ali al-Ali 


92 


1G 


Saad Tajaddin 


92 


5A 


Najdat Yusufani 


91 


4A 


Rashid al-Jomard 


91 


4A 


Mahir Shakir 


91 


3A 


Amar Muhammad Ali 


91 


3A 


Fuad Shammas 


91 


5A 


Muhammad al-Khatib 


90 


5A 


Salam Zaku 


90 


3A 


Hisham Jalaladdin 


90 


2A 


Husain Bahiya 


90 


2A 


Sami Halim 


90 


1G 


Kadhim Mahdi 


90 


1G 


Khalid Muhammad 


90 



SECOND HONORS 



5A 


Hasib al-Mufti 


89 


5A 


Saad al-Damaluji 


89 


5A 


Sarmad Ajina 


89 


4A 


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