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PUBLISHED BY 
THE GRADUATING CLASS 




AL-HIKMA UNIVERSITY 
BAGHDAD, IRAQ 




Dedication 



During the four years ive have studied at Al-Hikma, the strong, stable guiding hand of our 
President has fashioned the destiny of the University and of us, its students. In him tee have found 
an ideal scholar, a sincere and serious priest, a friend rich in kindness and sympathy for his 
students. 

The same firm grasp that has lovingly nurtured the growth of this great university, has given 
us incentive to grow; the same scholarship and enthusiasm we have found in him, has encouraged 
us to seek for these virtues in ourselves; the same sincere and devoted heart tvhich is his, shall 
always inspire us. 

With deep pride and sincere gratitude, we, the Graduating Class of Al-Hikma University, 
of 196 3, dedicate this our yearbook to Reverend John P. Banks, S.J., President of Al-Hikma 
University. 




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To the Members of the Class of 1963: 

The challenges that face university 
graduates in 1963 are so great that only 
whole-hearted dedication on your part can 
be an adequate response. 

But dedication to what? That is an 
agonizing question today. For many, the 
answer is : nothing, because nothing is 
worthy of whole-hearted dedication. For 
others, the answer is: pursuit of riches, 
pleasure, power. I am sure neither of these 
is your response. 

I suggest two worthy objects of your 
whole-hearted dedication which must appear 
natural to you who have finished four years 
of education at Al-Hikma. : love and service 
of God, love and service of your own 
country. If your life centers on these, it is 
bound to be an unselfish life, a useful life, 
and, inevitably, a happy life. 

May God bless you and use you for his glory and for the good of your 
fellow countrymen. 

John P. Banks, SJ. 




The President's Page 





Rev. Frederick W. Kelly, S. J. 
Acting Dean 



Rev. Thomas B. Mulvehill, S. J. 
Dean of Students 



ADM I N I STR AT I O N 





Rev. Joseph A. Paquet, S. J. 
Administrator 



Rev. James P. Larkin, S. J. 
Treasurer 





Rev. Robert J, Cote, S. J. 

Librarian 



Rev. Thomas F. Hussey, S. J. 

Development 
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Boston, Mass., 
U.S.A. 



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Brother Italo A. Parnoff, S.J. 
Maintenance 



Mr. Emmanuel Issa 
Maintenance 





Mr. Bernard I. Bebel 
Economics 



Dr. Kenneth H. Lenzen 
Engineering 



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Rev. Charles G. Crowley, S. J. 
Physics 



Rev. Robert B. Campbell, S. J. 
Philosophy, Theology 





Mr. Charles A. Faucher 
English, Philosophy 



Rev. Alfred J. Jolson, S. J. 
Business Administration 



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Mr. Eugene F. Mulcahy 
English 



Rev. William D. Iisach, S. J. 
Fnglish, Theology 





Rev. William. J. Larkin, S. J. 
Physics, Mathematics 



Rev. Leo J. Guay, S. J. 
Engineering, Chemistry 



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Dr. Daniel B. Lloyd 
Mathematics 



Mr. Tariq R. Shammamy 
Mathematics 





Rev. William F. Macomber, S. J. 
Theology 



Rev. Joseph P. O'Kane, S. J. 
Philosophy 



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Rev. Paul A. Nash, S. J. 
English, Theology 



Mr. Franklin O. Rose 
Engineering 



LECTURERS 







Mr. Mufid Mirza 
Accounting 



Mr. Simon M. Amirkhas 
Arabic 



Mr. John Andrews 
Engineering 






Mr. Anastas-i Vestarkis 
Auditing 



Mr. Kadhim Assad 
Insurance 



Mr. Jacques J.O. Palgen 
Surveying 






Mr. Noel Azzavvi 
Secretary 



Mis 5 Zhaleh Sultani 
Laboratory Assistant 



Dr. Clement Serkis 
University Doctor 



LECTURERS 






Dr. Hikmat Fikrat 

Chemistry 



Mr. Talib al-Eris 
Chemistry Assistant 



Dr. P.K. Mohanty 
Irrigation 






Mr. Joseph Haddad 
Surveying 



Mr. Theodore Zia 
Assistant to Librarian 



Mr. Tariq Kakoz 
Assistant to Treasurer 






Dr. Abdul-Razzak Abdul-Wahab Dr. ABDur.-RAssuL al-Salman 
Business Law Economics 



Dr. K.HALIL ai.-Shamma' 
Economics 



ARABIC STUDIES 





Mr. Faraj Raffouli 



Rev. Richard J. McCarthy, S. J. 





Rev. Franklyn J. Bergen, S. J. 



Rev. Joseph E. O'Connor, S. J. Rev. George A. De Napoli, S. J. 






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BASIL DOMINIC MARMARCHI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Basil, a popular figure on the Al-Hikma campus, 
came to the University via Baghdad College. His 
geniality and massive assistance will be long 
remembered. He distinguished himself as a deba- 
ter, and as a fervent worker and conversationalist. 
His moments of leisure were devoted to music 
and to cars. Further studies in business adminis- 
tration will enable him to manage any trading 
establishment he desires. 



We know accurately only when we know little. 
With knowledge comes doubt. — Goethe 



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EMMANUEL MICHAEL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Most of Emmanuel's schooling before entering 
Al-Hikma took place in Mosul. Now he is a real 
Baghdadi. He developed the spiritual man by 
participating in the Sodality. He kept physically 
fit by playing volleyball and football. For real 
relaxation he played ping-pong, or sang songs in 
Arabic. He will continue his studies doing gra- 
duate work in business administration. 



The sound man is not the one who does not 
make mistakes, but the one who does not 
repeat them. — Bovee 



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FARUQ. AL-UMARI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Suave persuasive Faruq matriculated to the Uni- 
versity after secondary studies at Baghdad College 
and graduation from the Law College. He has 
distinguished himself as an outstanding debater 
and weaver of words. He loves to soar above the 
world of men either by thought or by actual flight 
in a glider. The exercise of swimming keeps him 
toned up. He will do graduate studies in struc- 
tural engineering. 



He who gains wealth gains something ; he who 
gains friends gains more, but he who gains the 
courage of his heart gains all. - - Cervantes 



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LIBARETT BEDROSSIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

After attending Baghdad College, Libaretl com- 
pleted his secondary school studies at Taffayah 
before coming to Al-Hikma University. Quiel 
calm and serene by nature his spirit of perseve- 
rance will always win through. He is chiefly 
interested in plays and acting. But his life's work 
will be pursued in accounting and insurance. 






To be content with little is difficult; to be 
content with much, impossible. 



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MAR WAN DAUD ODEH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Strong silent Marwan has been an outstanding 
student for his four years on the university campus. 
He came from Baghdad College and while here 
enhanced his reputation as a baseball player and 
as a swimmer of note. He was ever ready for a 
picnic or to settled down to a musical concert. He 
will pursue graduate studies in structural engi- 
neering. 



The best and most important part of man's 
education is that which he gives himselj. 
Gibbon. 



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MOHAMMED SALMAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

After a sound preparation at Baghdad University 
Mohammed transferred to Al-Hikma for his final 

year of training. He was industrious and ambi- 
tious. Tennis and basketball were his favorite 
sports. After graduation he expects to go right to 
work with a contractor. 



The wise man will make more opportunities 
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MUNIR ABDUL-KARIM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Munir matriculated to Al-Hikma byway of 
Baghdad College and Commercial Secondary. 
Although he is the silent man of the class, still 
waters run deep. At present his plans for the future 
are not decided, but whatever his choice he has 
the will to succeed in all his endeavors. 



Little minds are too much wounded by little 

things. 

Great minds see all and are never hurt. 



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MUNDHIR ABDUL-JABBAR AL-BECKER 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Sharkiya's gift to Zafaraniya has had a very 
succcessful career at Al-Hikma. He was a member 
of many student activities. For keeping a sound 
mind in a sound body lie participated in the spoils 
of swimming, football and volleyball. He relishes 
books on social subjects. Graduate studies in 
structural engineering beckon him on. 



To make a man laugh is to make him forget. 
What a benefactor on earth is the man who 
can bestow this pleasure. - - Hugo 








NAZAR AL-DOURY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Nazar, from Adhamiyah, is a man of many ac- 
complishments. He was prominently connected 
with the debaters, the Year Book Staff, the Al 
Jami'i Staff and all entertainments. His outside 
interests include much reading, writing and 
gardening. He intends to do graduate work in 
business administration for future work with the 
Philco Company. 



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better, my son, and I promise you they will like 
you very well. - - Lord Chesterfield. 



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SAM I GEORGE BENARJI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A quiet thoughtful member of the class of '63 ' 
Sami who came from Baghdad College made 
many lasting friends at the university. His help 
to the office staff was immeasureable.Hc also found 
time to participate in the activities of debating 
and the literary magazines. He was a faithful 
socialist, in addition to being an outstanding 
athlete. He expects to do graduate studies in 
statistics. 



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Prayer changes things? No! Prayer changes 
people, and people change things. 



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SAMIR SALMAN ABDUL-AHAD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Spirited and energetic in all things, Samir excelled 
on the debating platform and in sodality work. 
He prepped for Al-Hikma at B.C. and Commer- 
cial School. Music set him in a mood for relaxation 
with a good book. He will continue studies abroad 
in accountancy. 



Common sense is instinct. 
Enough of it is genius ! 



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SAT] MUSTAFA AL-MUZRAQCHY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Amiable and interesting at all limes, Saii look 
great delight in the duel of debate. He read much 
and thoroughly. History and the facts of the pasl 
have geat fascination for him. From Sharqiya to 
Al-Hikma and on to further studies abroad in 
accounting is the trail he has blazed. 



A man must keep a little backshop where he 
con be himself without reserve. In solitude 
alone can he know true freedom. 



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SHAWQ.I NAJI JAWAD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A quick spirited and enjoyable companion, Shawqi 
will be much missed from the campus at Zafara- 
niya. He came to Al-Hikma from Jaffariya, and 
has worked with zeal to obtain his degree. He did 
much outside reading with special emphasis on 
gathering commercial information. He will do 
special graduate studies in the field of commerce 
with a view to management of his father's trade. 



One ought every day to hear a little music, read 
a good poem, see a fine picture, and if possible, 
speak a few reasonable words. - - Goethe 



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VOLTAIRE EWAN WAR DA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Sociable versatile Voltaire, a graduate of Baghdad 
College, entered Al-Hikma after one year at Arts 
College, and has distinguished himself ever since 
as a debater, as a faithful worker on the Yearbook 
Staff, and as a library worker. He engaged in all 
sports but preferred tennis, football and swim- 
ming. He has a bent for foreign languages. He 
will do graduate studies in highway engineering. 



We cannot always oblige, but we can always 
speak obligingly. — Voltaire 



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WAGNER APRIM BABA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Wagner always did things in a big way. Amiabi- 
lity, sociability, and perseverance were qualities 
developed at Baghdad College. He added weight 
and depth to the debating teams and to the 
Yearbook Staff. Football won't be the same with- 
out his managerial ability and whistle-blowing 
competence. He hopes to continue his studies to 
compete most successfully in the world of business. 



A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, 
but the parent of all the other virtues. — Cicero 



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Top Row : Left to right: Mundhir Naman, Taha al-Salman, Robert Miller, Iyad al-Gailani, 

Usam al-Abachi. 
Third Row : Wayil Hindu, Jan Stepanian, Nabil Aziz, Farqad al-Salman, Nijyar Shemdin 
Second Row : Kamal Dinkha, Wilson Ishaq, Samir Qattan, Vraj Harutunian, Anis Barghuti 
Seated: Nabil Francis, Fr. Jolson, S. J., Prof. Charles Faucher, Nadim Saigh, Oday Hussain, 

(missing — ■ Jasim Saleh, Natiq Duhi). 



CLASS OF 1964 — JUNIOR BUSINESS 





Top Row : Left to right: Sami Uthman, Fahmi Michael, Muwaffaq Simani, Maan Hamid, Keyu- 

marth Sultani. 
Third Row : Jamal Rahmani, Shibib Halabu, Faruq Mishu, Vahak Mesropian, Antwan Khawwam. 
Second Row : Nasrat Yusuf, Sami Andrea, Muwaffaq Metti, Basil Kattula, Basim al-Umar. 
Seated : Ali Qaraghuli, Phenuel Philip, Fr. Macomber, S.J., Sabah Harutunian, Samir Hanna, 
(missing — Sami Halata). 



CLASS OF 1964 — JUNIOR ENGINEERING 










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Top Row : Left to right : Sami Boghos, Hikmat Basmaji, Mahdi Hassan, Sirbest Qazzaz. Laith 

Khudhairi, Aram Wahram. 
Third Row : Fawzi Bassam, Wilson Benjamin, Mu'taz Jamil, Nazar Hashim, Ajib Abbud. 
Second Row : Sargon Amirkhas, Iden Marben, Harb al-Hiti, Rifaat Sahhar, Fawzi Habib, 

Faruq Araim. 
Sealed : Abdul Wadud Gata, Shamuel Yusuf, Fr. O'Kane, S. J., Prof. Bernard Bebel, Nerses Leon, 

Fuad Abdul -Latif. 



CLASS OF 1965 



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Top Row : Left to right: Fakhri Jazrawi, Ahmad Sami, Abdul-Hadi Jabbar, Yerchanik Minasa- 

kanian, Adnan Behnam, Dikran Wartkissian. 
Third Row : Rafiq al-Jadu', Riadh Yusuf, Karim Yusuf, Basim Askar, Aziz Baithun, Nahid Shawaf 
Second Row : Hadi Sarraf, Sami Madras, Iyad al-Nasiri, Vahe Hovsepian, Adil Mustafa, Sami' 

al-Banna, Zuhair Hanna. 
Seated : Hassan Sarraf, Rustum Tufunkjian, Prof. Franklin Rose, Fr. Nash, S. J., Ibrahim Meliha. 



CLASS OF 1965 



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Top Row : Left to right : Qusai A-Aziz, Maan Hamzeh, Sargon Dick, Freddie Johnny, Adil 

Bahura, Hatim Sarsam. 
Third Row : Sabah Yacubi, Hilal Simhairi, Salar Ghafur, Mumtaz Tokatli, Shawkat Jazrawi, 

Muthanna Salah. 
Second Row : Raymond Gabbai, Butros Cheikho, Baba Shamun, Muhammed Sarhen, Mufid Ashu, 

Basil Abbu. 
Seated : Adil Wadi, Usam Khairi, Fr. Larkin, S.J., Ishu Gaddu, Nijad Fattuhi, (missing Khalid 

Bashir). 



CLASS OF 1965 



SOPHOMORE ENGINEERING B 








Top Row : Left to right : Richard Miller, Ahmad Khairallah, Riadh al-Karam, Tariq Haidar, 

Nadim Peter, Usam Abbud, Jack Shamoun, Francis Rais, Andrew Yonan. 
Fourth Row : Suhail Yusuf, Munib al-Shaikh, Hussam al-Owainati, Nasir al-Farisi, Sulaiman 

Zainal, Nuri Askar, Zahir Abbosh, Sabah Husain. 
Third Row : Marlyn Jan, Samira Hazineh, Anahid Orchanian, Norma Gabbai, Imtihal Abu- 

al-Timan, Delkhwaz al-Jaf, Elias Abda, Hilal Latif. 
Second Row : Jamila Lawee, Khelud Jamil, Tafaol Salim, Jutta Merkel, Bernadine Muth, Fatina 

Hamdi, Sana al-Khudhairi, Mima Ghazalla, Selwa Abid. 
Seated : Fr. Ibach, S.J., Suham Sulaiman, Elizabeth Miraziz, Senobar Fuad, Najla al-Faradhi, 

Manahil al-Jarrah, Ardemis Jufayan, Prof. Tariq Shammamy. 



CLASS OF 1966 



FRESHMAN BUSINESS A 






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Top Row : Left ro tight : Abdul-Karim Khana, Vahan Haik, Razmik Hairabet, Fatahallah 

Abbas, Mundhir Mahmud, Sata A-Aziz, Shlaimun Talia. 
Fourth Row : Jamil Shahin, Anand Mohindra, Sabah al-Jamil, Aziz A-Karim, Nohad A-Aziz, 

Talib al-Timimi, Sulaiman Bajjali, Khalid Iydan. 
Third Row : Hannibal Benjamin, Murad Nalbadian, Amer Zainal, Johnny George, Emmanuel 

Francis, MuwafFaq Amin, Iwadh Aziz. 
Second Row : Ibtihal al-Qaraghuli, Qunish Turkay, Noushik Simonian, Houda Hendow, Mira 

Ter-Minassian, Selwa al-Said, Aliya al-Kamal, Dhuka Francis, Nadia Awdish. 
Seated : Janet Gayickian, Nadira Mattar, Nawal Bashir, Hiam Tuma, Muna Hassu, Najla 

Rassam, Fr. Mulvehill, S.J. 



CLASS OF 1966 



FRESHMAN BUSINESS B 



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Top Row : Ltef to right : Hilal Salah, Adil Azzu, Frederick Jacob. Ibrahim Arel, Sabah Gabriel. 

Armen Kazanjian, Subhi Charmugli. 
Fourth Row : Sarmad al-Naimi, Muwaffaq Killu, Makram George, Saadi al-Tiburi, Allah Hussain, 

Abdullah al-Bukhari. Dilair Muhammad, Leon Asilian. 
Third Row : Janan Baithun, Iyad Said, Nadim Sarraf, Ali-Kamal Abdullah, William Hardun, 

Usam Daikh, Riadh Philip. 
Second Row : Nuri Thomas, Samir Alwan, Nazih Hindi, Adib Hindi, Muhammad AH Talib, 

Fakhri Bourachi, Sarkis Benjamin, Hratch Kuyumjian. 
Seated : Fr. Crowley, S.J., Layla Mustafa, Viva Tawfiq, Layla al-Khaffaf. Nidhal Rihani, Ayman 

Bashir, Boghos Boghossian. 



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Top Row : Left to right : Kamal Hoori, Dhia Jamil, Adil Naimi, Samir Nakkar, Tariu al-Dulaimi, 

Mazin al-Mudarris. 
Four]h Row : Usam Kassab, Farid Shaul, Salman Dhari, Sabah Shaaban, Muwaffaq Munir, Samir 

Nairn, Faris Samarrai. 
Third Row : Subhi Ramadhan, David Shammash, Tahir Bazirgan, Samir Jawdat, Humam Abdul 

Khaliq, Saad A-Rahman. 
Second Row : Sasson Frank, Janan Ismail, Zaidun Hafidh, Muhammad Shahin. Ohannes Avakian, 

Arshak Yanikian, George Davida, Nabil Hassu. 
Seated : Fathallah Hassu, Anahid Minasian, Kawthar Nazhet, Elham Jabero, Najla Kasir, Faiza 

al-Hattab, Prof. Eugene Mulcahy. 



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al-Naimi, Jacob Babico, David Frank. 
Fourth Row : Sabah al-Hassan, Akram Ibrahim, Maitham Yahya, Kamil Sha'shu, George Jamil, 

Tariq al-Saffar, Jamal Bilal. 
Third Row : Murad Wartanian, Francis George, Wasim al-Malaika, Ajil al-Hathal. Janan 

al-Saigh, Surin Manukian, Fuad Hanna. 
Second Row : Sabah Rahmani, Faiq Killu, Nadim Adil, Akram Ali Hussain, Mufid Sabbagh, 

Ramzi Loqa, Mudhaffar Nail, Antranik Adamian. 
Seated : Shafiq Halabu, Wiam Najib, Sara Kacyrat, Selwa Jabbour, Azar Faradani, Fr. Kelly, S.J 



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SODALITY 
DEBATING 
AL-JAMIT 
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DRAMATICS 



YEARBOOK STAFF 



LIBRARY STAFF 



MATH CLUB 



PHOTO CLUB SCIENCE ACADEMY 



SODALITY 












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Voting for — Officers for the school year 1963-1964 




OF OUR LADY 






SODALISTS 


1962 -- 1963 




Adil Wadi' 


Kamal Dinkha 


Ramzi Loqa 


Usam Kassab 


Adnan Bahnam 


Mundhir Naman 


Sabah Harutunian 


Usam Khairi 


Antwan Khawain 


Muwaffaq Simani 


Sami Andrea 


Wayil Hindu 


Butros Gheikho 


Nabil Aziz 


Sami Banarji 


Wilson Ishaq 


Emmanuel Michael 


Nabil Francis 


Sami Halata 


Zahir Abbosh 


George Davida 


Nadim Saigh 


Sami' al-Banna 


Zuhair Hanna 


George Jamil 


Nadim Sarraf 


Samir Salman 




Iden Marben 


Nasir Yacub 


Sargon Dick 






Fr. McCarthy preaches at Mass of Holy Spirit - Fr. O'Connor gives Christmas Blessing 





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Upperclassmen 



Mr. Mulcahy — Moderator 



Upperclassmen 



DEBATING SOCIETY 




A Woman's Voice 



Ayman Bashir Presiding 



Readying Rebuttal 



Counting the Ballots 





Planning 



AL-HIKMA YEARBOOK STAFF 



Fr. Nash, S.J., Moderator 




Editorial Staff 



Business Staff 



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AL-JAMI'I STAFF 1962 - 63 

Chairman: Nabil Aziz 
Members : Kamal Dinkha, Zuhair Hanna, 
Farqad al-Salman, Muna Gazalla, Nazar 
Duri, Munthar Namaan, Sami' al-Banna, 
Iyad al-Gailani, Anis Barghuti; and other 
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Report Writing 



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Reflection 





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Mr. Mulcahy, Moderator, with Officers 





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Armen Kazanjian 
Salar Ghafur 
Richard Miller 
Adil Azzu 





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Faiza Hattab 
Hiam Toma 
Noushik Simonian 
Nawal Bashir 



Dhuka Shamas 
Nadira Mattar 
Nadia Awdish 
Elizabeth Miraziz 
Najla al-Faradhi 



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Jutta Merkel 
Bernadino Muth 
Khclud Jamil 
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Refrigerators 

Air Conditioners 

Washing Machines 
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PHILCO 

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Baghdad Tels. 81274-82740-98780 



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One of these is made for 

Buying a tape recorder ? Then take a look at this wonderful 
Philips range. From feather-weight portable to full scale 
stereo model, every one of these fine instruments offers 
you exceptionally good value for money. There's a model to 
suit every need... every pocket And one of them is exactly 
right fo ryou. See and hear these superb Philips tape recorders 
at your local dealer's today - for quality, performance, 
and long-life dependability, they're the finest you can buy. 





Philips 

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4-spced Stereo 
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Model EL3534 



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4-track .New Style 
Tape Recorder 
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AFRICAN IRAQI Trading Company (PI. S. C.) 
BAGHDAD Tel. 87393 BASRAH Tel. 5578 



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Rashid St. (Khasaqi Mosque Square) BAGHDAD — Tel. 4937 

ELECTRICAL MATERIALS 

Cables & Wires-Installation Materials — Fans — Lamps & Lighting 

Fittings & Television 



ARAB BANK LIMITED 



Established 

Paid up Capital and Reserves 

Deposits 

Assets 



Jerusalem 1930 
10,300,000 Dinars 
63,000,000 Dinars 

103,000,000 Dinars 



Head Office : Amman, Jordan 

Branches in Iraq : Baghdad (two branches), Basrah, Mosul 

The Arab Bank has the widest network of bank branches in the Middle East 
and North Africa. 

The Arab Bank issues its own Circular Letters of Credit and Travellers 
Cheques in sterling and U.S. Dollars : they are valid in all countries. 



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Aei/ltbuium travel bureau 



(G. ABULTIMMAN & A. DOUGLAH Co.) 



Cables : "ABULTIMMAN" 
Tel. : 84415 



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2a/9/1 sa'adoon street 
baghdad - iraq 



Whether you travel by air, sea or land, 
you will find us most pleased to solve all your 
travel problems and extend our services to meet 
your requirements to your full satisfaction. 

Arrangements are made for group and 
individual tours inside Iraq as well as abroad. 



AGENTS FOR : 

CUNARD LINES — HOME LINES 

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BAGHDAD HOTEL 

Well known in Iraq and abroad 
— 200 rooms, each with bath 

A telephone in each room and each bath 
— 400 internal and 20 outside lines 
— Oriental and Western food 
Fully air-conditioned 

Delightful music during meals 
— Spacious gardens 
Ample parking 



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FARID OBEID & CO. W.LL. 

Importers and Manufacturers' Representatives 



Suppliers to Government Departments, 

Factories and Public Organizations 

of the following : 



Heavy and Fine Chemicals 
Water Treatment Chemicals 
Chlorine and Ammonia 
Agricultural Chemicals 
Insecticides and Refrigerents 

Laboratory Equipments 
Paints and Dyestuffs 
Plastics and Compounds 
Tanning Materials 
Solvents and Additives 
Hardwares & Non-Ferrous Metals 
etc... etc... etc... 



The Company also holds, locally, a Big 
Variety of Laboratory Equipments and Ins- 
truments suitable for Colleges, Laboratories 
and Pharmacies at Reasonable Prices. 



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W.LL. 

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Authorised Capital : I. D. 1.000.000 

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Branches : 
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Baghdad 
Basra 



Samawal Street (Main Branch) 
South Gate Branch 



All Banking Transactions. 

Correspondents All Over the World. 

Rents Safe Deposit Lockers. 



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ALLAD1N TRAVELS W.L.L. 


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Stockist of Diesel Truck Engine Parts 



Near Mercedes-Benz Co. 

Sheikh Omar St. the Second 

Tel. 82086 Baghdad 



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SA'DOUN STREET 

Unknown Soldier Sq. 

Baghdad 

Established 1865 



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Earth-moving and Construction Equipment, 

Household Appliances, 

Drugs & Pharmaceutical Products, 

Cars & Trucks, 

Agricultural Machinery & Farm Implements. 



Telephones : 86781-4 
Cable Address : SAAD 



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FACIT CALCULATOR 

direct back transfer 

16-figure capacity 

Facit CM2-16 is the perfect calculator for the 
general office. Solves the little problems as fast as 
they come up — yet 16-figure capacity and such 
time-saving features as direct back transfer from 
both product and multiplier registers and tens trans- 
mission throughout make the CM2-16 ideal for 
complicated 3-factor problems. Ultra-simple 10-key 
"adding machine" keyboard that anyone can master 
in 15 minutes. 



Basic material: Swedish steel 

Direct back transfer 

Easy to move and carry 

Elastic touch 

Elegant design and Viking 
grey colour 



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the World's Finest 

SLANT-O-MATIC 
sewing machine 

SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM WITH " SINGER SLANT-O-MATIC " 

If you're known for your beautiful Sewing, you are just the Woman for 
a swing -needle Singer : It does the smoothest, best -controlled, straight stit- 
ching in the world. It gfdes through every single job. Purring smoothly, easily. And 
it takes care of everything : Complicated fancy stitching. Button - holing. 
Embroidery. Even Mending and Sewing on Buttons, if you want it to. 

NOW THERE IS SO MUCH MORE TO SEE FROM SINGER ! 



Whether its notions, repairs, sewing lessons . . . 
whatever your sewing need call or visit : 

SINGER Sewing Machine C° 

Tel.: 84318, 84004 and 85899 
Branches throughout IRAQ 



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The Priceless Extra 
of Experience 



Think for a moment of the many choices 
we make in life which are determined 
by our confidence in somebody's expe- 
rience. 

Choice in important things, like selec- 
ting a doctor, a lawyer, or a friendly 
advisor. In less important things, like 
having something repaired. In even 
minor, everyday, personal problems, 
where we want wise guidance. 

So deeply ingrained is this basis for 
choice in all our actions, it comes as no 
surprise when so many experienced 
travelers say that this is why, when they 
fly overseas, they put their trust in Pan 
American. 

For Pan American is "The World's 



Most Experienced Airline" — in years 
of flying over the seven seas — in every 
type of transport plane— in fine mecha- 
nics who maintain these planes— in pilots 
and engineers who fly and navigate 
them— in services to care for you before 
you embark, while on your flight, and 
when you land. All under the high 
discipline of U. S. flight standards. 

A Pan American traveler is a confident 
traveler, reposing his trust in these years 
of experience in getting you from here 
to there— comfortably, dependably, 
serenely. 

It's a great experience to fly with 
experience on Pan American. 




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THE IRAQ SCIENTIFIC CO. W.L.L. 

P. O. BOX 287 

BAGHDAD 

IRAQ 

Tel. : 93926 Cable : SCIENCO 



Sole representatives of leading manufacturers 
of scientific instruments, laboratory equipment and 
reagents, engineering and drawing office equipment, 
medical and surgical instruments. 



A wide variety of laboratory chemicals, reagents, 
apparatus, filter paper, soil, concrete and bituminous 
equipment and glassware is held in stock. 



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Fatima Building - Baghdad 

Tel. 83091 



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KILLU BROTHERS 

GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 




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TAKES CARE OF YOUR TOURISTS 

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( HOTEL, ACCOMODATIONS, 

TOURISM, SIGHTSEEING, ETC.) 



113 I Cinema's House Bldg. Tel.: 89269, 85689 
Saadoun Strei I Cable Address: 

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354 Alwiyah 




Kornish St. 


BAGHDAD 




BASRAH 


Tel. 99374 




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Cables: Baklos 


CONTRACTORS 

Earthwork 
Road Building 


Cables : Bakose 



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IRAQ ENGINEERING WORKS Co. W.L.L 

BAGHDAD 






Established in 1948 — Capital ID 200,000/- 
Include among their products 

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Steel desks — Cupboards — Filing cabinets — Steel shelving — Office chairs — 
Tubular Furniture — Aluminium and steel ladders — Bottle Baskets — Vehicle 
springs and other sheet metal work. 

Head Office and Showroom: Murjan Building, South Gate — Tel. 87126-87127 
Showroom : Shamash Building, Rashid Street., Tel : 85242 
Works: Karradah. Tel. : 92016-92017 



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WALNUT and ALMOND DATE CUBES 

WALNUT and GINGER DATE CAKES 

WALNUT and ALMOND DATE PUDDING 

CHOCOLATE DATES 

CARAMEL DATES 

CHOICE DATES and ASSORTED NUTS 

DATE SYRUP 

SPICED DATES in SYRUP 

DATE CHUTNEY 

DATE CANDIES 



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F.A. KETTANEH & CO. (W.L.L) 

extend to the "63 Graduating class of Al-Hikma University, their 
compliments and wish them all future success". 





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ROSE & OTHER PLANTS — INSECTICIDES 
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and VITAMINS for Plants — LAWN-MOWERS 
PRESSURE SPRAYERS — GARDEN IMPLE- 
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THE GOLDEN RULE 

Have your teeth examined by a dentist 
every six months and use EUTHYMOL 
twice daily. ± 





Issued in the interests of dental hygiene 
by 

PARKE-DAVIS 

the manufacturers of 
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Baghdad — Iraq 



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CRESCENT PHOTO STORES 

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354/1 KASHID STREET BAGHDAD 



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Sole Agents in Iraq_ : 
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Sole Agent in Iraq : 



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South Gate - Rashid Street - Tel. : 83951 
Baghdad — Iraq 



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SOLE DISTRIBUTORS IN IRAQ 
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HEAD OFFICE: AL RASHID STREET, BAGHDAD 
Branches : BASRAH — MOSUL 

T.A. : «TAXI, BAGHDAD» Telephone: 87121, 83516, 80300 



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BAGHDAD 

( branch — Goethe Institute ) 

Two courses are offered at the German Language Institute : 
1) German courses for beginners, and 2) courses for advanced students. 
The length of a course is three months with three lessons per 
week. 

The Institute is ready to supply any inquirer with complete 
information about the possibilities of studying in any of the Univer- 
sities and Institutes of the Federal German Republic. 

In addition to the study of German there is a very active 
social life at the Institute comprising : regular excursions, concert 
parties, etc. 

The Institute possesses a large library containing books in 
many languages, in the field of literature, and in the arts and sciences. 

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the street parallel lo the Gundian Restaurant : 

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Scientific Equipment Manufacturers and Laboratory Furnishers. 

* HOPKIN & WILLIAMS LTD. 

Chemicals, Reagents, Stains etc. 

* W. B. NICOLSON (Scientific Instruments) LTD. 

School Science Apparatus and Instruments. 

* ERNST LEITZ G.m.b.H., WETZLAR 

Microscopes and Optical Instruments for Medicine, Science, Laboratory 
and Research Projection Equipment for Lecture Halls and Audio-Visual 
Centres. 

* DENNERT & PAPE, ARISTO-WERKE, HAMBURG 

Fine Qiiality Slide Rules and Drafting Instruments. 

* KERN & COMPANY, AARAU - SWITZERLAND 

First Class Surveying and Drawing Instruments. 

* BELL & HOWELL 

Cine Projectors and Cameras, 16 mm. and 8 mm., with complete 
accessories. 

* MARCONI INSTRUMENTS, LIMITED 

Electronic Instruments for Telecommunication and Industry. 

* AVO, LIMITED 

Electrical, Electronic and Nucleonic Testing Instruments. 



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It has agents and representatives throughout the world. 

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Muaskar al-Rashid Street 

Baghdad, Iraq 

Tel. 99840, 91559 



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BASRAH IRAQ 



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Special Quotations offered for large shipments 

Sea-going transportation in the Arab Gulf between 
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Head Office: BASRA 



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Abbosh Studio 103 

Abultimman 75 

African Iraqi 72 

Alladin Travels 83 

Arab Bank 74 

Araim Trading Co 79 

Armstrong Builders Ill 

Artin Krikorian 109 

Atlas Assurance 117 

Asfar Dates 99 

Baghdad Hotel 78 

Baghdad Tours 92 

Bassim Kattan 84 

Bata 115 

BOAC 116 

Buren Watch 84 

Burjony 101 

Burroughs 125 

al-Charkh 123 

Chevrolet 114 

Credit Bank 118 

Damirchi 86 

Dr. Hendow 73 

Ewan 76 

Faber-Castell 120 

Facit 87 

F. and A. Tawfiq Yonan 74 

Farid Obeid Co 82,92 

Ferida Beer 77 

Fixit 119 

German Institute 114 

Gharib Boghos 102 

Ghazi Cigarettes 108 

Gokal Co 71 

Hanna Shaikh Transport 122 

Ibrahim Saad and Fils 85 

Imprimerie Catholique 104 



Iraqi Airways 73 

Iraqi Autocars 108 

Iraq Engineering Co 98 

Iraq Scientific 91 

Iraq Sports 113 

Iraq Times 107 

Jabaji Brothers 109 

Kassir Trading 121 

Kettaneh 83 

Kirdar Roofing 83 

LIA 93 

Louis Bakose 95 

Mahdi Qanbar Agha 88 

Marmardji 112 

MEA 110 

Mercedes Benz 80 

NCR 81 

Orientours 123 

Orosdiback 97 

Owainati 106 

PAN-AM 90 

Philco 70 

Pepsi-Cola 96 

Rafidain Drugs 102 

Rushdi Store 117 

al-Saadi Store 101 

A.J. Shekhly 105, 107 

Sindbad Hotel 117 

Singer Sewing Machine 89 

SWISSAIR 124 

Thomas Press 101 

Tonietti Optical 118 

United Bank 82 



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DIRECTORY OF JESUIT 
INSTITUTIONS IN IRAQ 



ST. JOSEPH'S RESIDENCE (Superior's Residence, and House of Arabic 

Studies) 

Rev. John J. Williams, S.J. 
Leo J. Shea. S.J. 

Rawaf Street. 

Bettaween, Baghdad, Iraq 

Telephone : 80772 

Telegram : IRAMEDA BAGHDAD 



Superior 
Administrator 

Address 



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President 

Administrator 

Treasurer 

Dean 



Rev. John P. Banks, S.J. 
Rev. Joseph A. Paquet, S.J. 
Rev. James P. Larkin, S.J. 
Joseph L. Ryan, S.J. 

Address : Box 2125 

Baghdad, Iraq 

Telephone : 99063 

Telegram : IRAMEDA BAGHDAD 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE (Secondary School 



President : 

Administrator : 

Treasurer : 

Dean : 

Address 
Telephone 



Telegram 



Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 
Rev. James F. Morgan, S.J. 
Rev. John A. Carty, S.J. 
Rev. Harold R. Powers, S.J. 

Box 260 

Baghdad, Iraq 

Jesuit Residence : 27612 

Office of President : 2761 I 

Office of Administaator : 27611 

Office of Treasurer : 29660 

Office of Dean : 22369 

Boarding Section : 22361 

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PHOTO 



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Kamal Dinkha-Candid Shot 



Charter Members 



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Medical Cotton Plant 



Future Administrators 



National Electricity Administration - Baghdad Electricity 




MANAGEMENT 
TRAINING 



This year a new program was inaugurated f:)r senior 
and junior business students. For the first time as part of 
regular class work students spent eight to ten days in the 
industries of Iraq. During those days they were able to 
observe administrators at work and to realize the gap 
which sometimes exists between theory as seen in the class- 
room and the practice of the marketplace. 

With the cooperation of the Ministry of Industries 
students were the guests of: The National Electricity Admi- 
nistration, Iraq Spinning and Weaving Company, Baghdad 
Electricity Administration, The Medical Cotton Plant, and 
the Industrial Bank. 




Fr. Jolson, S.J. — Program Director 





DEPARTMENT 
OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

19 6 3 

Professors : Alfred J. Jolson, S,J., Abdul - 
Razzaq Abdul-Wahab, Mufid Mirza, Anas- 
tassi Vestakkis, Kadhim Assad, Abdul Rassul 
al-Salman, Khalil Shamma' . 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CURRICULUM 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

First Semester 

Modern Arabic Literature 

Economic Principles I 

English Literature: Prose 

or 

English: Fundamental Grammar 

Introductory Mathematical 

Analysis I 

Modern European History, 1789-1900 

Theology 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

First Semester 

Introductory Accounting I 
Money and Banking 
Elementary Statistics 
English Literature: Rhetoric 
Metaphysics 
Theology 

JUNIOR YEAR 

First Semester 

Intermediate Accounting I 

Business Law I 

Economics of International Trade 

Principles of Marketing 

Epistemology 

Theology 

SENIOR YEAR 

First Semester 

Auditing 

Economic Development 

Ethics 

Industrial Management I 

Elective 

Theology 



Second Semester 

Logic 

Economic Principles II 

English Literature: Poetry and Drama 

or 

English: Fundamental Composition 

Introductory Mathematical 

Analysis II 

Modern European History, 1900-1935 

Theology 

Second Semester 

Introductory Accounting II 

Intermediate Economics 

Business and Economic Statistics 

English: Business and Report Writing 

Natural Theology 

Theology 

Second Semester 

Intermediate Accounting II 

Business Law II 

Business Finance 

Insurance 

Psychology 

Theology 

Second Semester 
Cost Accounting 
Business Policies 
Economic Problems of Iraq 
Industrial Management II 
Management Training 
Personnel Administration 
Theology 





DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING 



1963 



Professors : Frederick W. Kelly, S. J., John Andrews, Leo J. 
Guay, S.J., Kenneth H. Lenzen, P. K. Mohanty, 
Jacques J. Palgen, Hikmat Fikrat, Franklin O. Rose 

Assistants : Talib al-Eris, Joseph Haddad 



First Semester 



CIVIL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM 



FRESHMAN YEAR 



Second Semester 



Chemistry 


Chemistry 


English 


English 


Graphics 


Graphics 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


Physics 


Physics 




Logic 


Theology 


Theology 



JUNIOR YEAR 



First Semester 



Constructional Methods 
Heat Engineering 
Hydrology 
Structural Analysis 
Fluid Mechanics 
Natural Theology 
Theology 



Second Semester 



Electrical Engineering 

Geodesy 

Engineering Materials 

Structural Design 

Hydraulics 

Psychology 

Theology 



First Semester 



SOPHOMORE YEAR 



Second Semester 



SENIOR YEAR 



First Semester 



Second Semester 



English 


Geology 


Irrigation and Drainage 


Hydraulic Structures 


Graphics 


Geodesy and Photogram. 


Ethics 


Engineering Project 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


Reinforced Concrete 


Sanitary Engineering 


Physics 


Strength of Materials 


Soils and Foundations 


Structural Design 


Statics 


Dynamics 


Structural Analysis 


Transportation Engineering 


Metaphysics 


Epistemology 


Specifieali ms and Quantity Surveying 


Theology 


Theology 


Theology 


Theology 




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A meeting in Chapel 



CATHOLIC WOMEN OF AL-HIKMA 1962 - 1963 



Bernadine Muth 
Dhuka Francis 
Elizabeth Leon 
Faiza Hattab 
Hiam Tuma 
Ilham Jabero 



Jutta Merkel 
Khalud Jamil 
Muna Ghazalla 
Muna Hasso, President 
Nadia Awdish 
Najla Kassir 



Najla Rassam 

Nawal Bashir 

Salwa Abid 

Salwa Jaboor, Secretary 

Sara Kasirat, Treasurer 



Fr. Jolson, Moderator, conducts a discussion group 




Mr. Mulcahy leads the combined choral groups 




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