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PUBLISHED BY THE GRADUATING CLASS 




Dedication 



Loyalty to an ideal has inspired all men from the beginning of 
time. We have found the embodiment of this principle in the life 
of Professer Louden, whose four years on the Faculty of Al-Hikma 
University have impressed upon our minds and our hearts the 
nobility of the teaching profession. He has brought to his students 
the wisdom of long years of scholarly research, the priceless gift 
of experience, a contagious enthusiasm for academic life and above 
all, the sympathetic understanding of a devoted friend. In a 
changing world his broad vision has extended beyond the narrow 
horizons of time and place. At an age when others might have 
preferred the peaceful solitude of retirement, he has chosen to 
enrich us with the most fruitful years of his long and varied career. 
In the carefree days of Freshman year we met him as a stranger; 
as we leave the portals of Al-Hikma University we shall remember 
him as an unforgettable example of all that is good and ennobling 
in this life. It is with profound sentiments of affection and esteem 
that the Graduating Class dedicates the 1965 Al-Hikma to 

Professor CLARKE B. LOUDEN 




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President of Al-Hikma University 




The President's Message 



To the Members of the Class of 1965 : 

You have finished that part of your life 
that was occupied with undergraduate studies. 
From now on, you will be more "on your own," 
whether in a professional career or in graduate 
studies. You will have to rely now not so much 

on others as on your own self, with the natural talents and the acquired training 

that you now possess after your years of study. 

I am sure that these years at Al-Hikma have helped you to develop the talents 
and to acquire the skills necessary for success in life. But I am equally sure that 
happiness is what you desire even more than success. 

My prayer, then, is that God may bless all of you with true happiness in 
your pursuit of true success. 



JOHN P. BANKS, S. J. 





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



Rev. Joseph L. Ryan, S.J. 
Dean 



ADMINISTRATION 





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



Rev. Joseph P. Connell, S.J. 
Treasurer 





Mr. Fuller I. Ibrahim 
Registrar 



Mrs. Asuncion van Arendonk 
Dean of Women 



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Rev. Robert J. Cote, S. J. 

Librarian 



Rev. Paul A. Nash, S. J. 
Director of Admissions 




Rev. Francis W. Anderson, S.J. 

Development 

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Rev. Thomas F. Hussey, S. J. 

Development 

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Mr. Emmanuel Issa 
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Mr. Noel Azzayvi 
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Miss Bushra Zablok 
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Assistant to Librarian 





Mr. Vincent J. Amabile 
Mathematics 



Rev. Frederick W. Kelly, S.J. 
Engineering 



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



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





Mr. Clarke B. Louden 
Business Administration 



Rev. William D. Ibach, S. J. 
English, Theology 





Mr. Sami Banarji 
Economics 



Mr. Timothy G. Hayes 
Economics 





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



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



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Mr. Atherton Lowry 
History 



Mr. Daniel P. Jamros 
English 





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



Mr. Paul J. Murdock 
Philosophy 



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Rev. Sidney M. MacNeil, S.J. 
Philosophy, Theology 



Rev. Joseph E. O'Connor, S. J. 
Theology, Spiritual Advisor 





Rev. Leo J. McDonough, S.J. 
Mathematics 



Rev. Eugene P. Burns, S.J. 
English, Theology 



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Mr. John Jordan 
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Rev. Thomas J. Hamel, S.J. 
Arabic, Theology 




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Arabic Institute 




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Arabic Studies 



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Arabic Studies 



LECTURERS 






Mr. Mufid Mirza 
Accounting 



Mr. Anastassi Vestarkis 
Auditing 



Mr. John Andrews 
Engineering 






Mr. Faris Bakki 
Engineering 



Mr. Simon M. Amirkhas 
Arabic 



Mr. Saadi Dabuni 
Physics 




Mr. Noel Emmanuel 
Physics Laboratory 




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English 





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Engineering 



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Mr. Jibrail Romaya 
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Dr. Hatif Jalil 
Chemistry 




Dr. P. K. Mohan ty 
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Dr. Abbas Khafaji 
Fluids 



Dr. Nail Bunni 
Structures 



Dr. Ihsan Sholgi 
Drawing 





Dr. A-Razzak A-Wahab 
Business Law 



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Physics 




Dr. Joseph van Arendonk 
Economics 



LECTURERS 






Mr. Nadhir Jibrail 
Geology 



Mr. Mumtaz Allos 
Sanitation 



Mr. Mumtaz Aziz 
Physics Laboratory 






Mr. Mumtaz B. Habbaba 
Mechanics 



Dr. Orabi Zawbayi 
Mathematics 



Mr. Peter Markho 
Statics 






Dr. Rahim Abid 
Physics 



Mr. Samuel Rumaya 
Construction 



Mr. Hufdhi Bahiyya 
Design 



LECTURERS 






Mr. Hanna Burzan 
Chemistry Assistant 



Dr. Jasim Ghannawi 
Arabic 



Mr. Qais Nuri Fattah 
Design 



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Mr. Nasir Ma'ash 
Soils 



Dr. Khalid Shaikh Ali 
Irrigation 



Mr. Ahmad H. al-Salman 
Economic Development 



Mr. Mahdi al-Issa 
Surveying 



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ADNAN BEHNAM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Tall and talented Adnan entered Al-Hikma from 
Baghdad College. Here he distinguished himself 
in dramatics and debating. For relaxation he 
played tennis and participated in track. He enjoy- 
ed trips and touring in his car. A deep interest 
in concrete structures leads him to further studies 
abroad in concrete. 



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AHMAD SAMI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Quiet soft-spoken Ahmad matriculated to 
Zafaraniya from Adhamiya. He was interested in 
all campus activities, especially S.A.M. When not 
in the library studying, he could be found on the 
track putting the shot, or in the music room listen- 
ing to classical melodies. His favorite subjects are 
design and reinforced concrete. Upon graduation 
he will fulfill his army service, then work in private 
industry. 





AJIB ABBUD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Amiable Ajib approached Al-Hikma from Karra- 
dat Mariam. His great delight is to read a variety 
of books. But his specialities are economics and 
statistics. Any volleyball or ping-pong game would 
find him involved or closeby. If circumstances 
allow, he will study economics in the U.S.A., 
before returning to work in Baghdad. 



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ARAM WAHRAM SERENGOLIAN 

Kirkuk, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Kirkuk's gift to the Al-Hikma campus, Aram had 
many interests. He enjoyed a game of basketball, 
volleyball, tennis, and ping-pong. Real relaxation 
he found in music and chess. Accounting and 
management were his outstanding subjects. He 
expects to continue his studies in England to 
become a chartered accountant. 





BABA SHAMUN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Animated and interested at all times Baba's great- 
est delight was to kick a goal in a football match. 
Table tennis and track were other favorite sports. 
Debating, music, and a wanderlust for travel 
filled in his free time. He would like to do graduate 
studies in structures in the U. S.A.,and then work 
with a local firm. 



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BASIL ABBU 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A quiet competent member of the class, Basil 
studied hard and accomplished many things. He 
was active in debating, and in the Society of the 
Advancement of Management, known as S.A.M. 
Outside of class he could be found tossing a basket- 
ball, playing ping-pong or on a holiday, down by 
the river, fishing. He will work in Baghdad after 
graduation. 





FAROUK ARAIM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Spirited and friendly Farouk was often found in 
the midst of an animated discussion. He loved to 
participate in reasonable debate, and was often 
chosen as a student spokesman. Swimming, tennis, 
ping-pong, and horseback-riding are his hobbies. 
His interest in political science and economics will 
lead him either to England or to A.U.B., Beirut. 



FAWZI BASSAM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Calm mild-mannered Fawzi made many friends 
while at Al-Hikma. His interests were far-ranging, 
from S.A.M., to debating, to tennis. He was first 
President of the Tennis Club. Photography and 
skin-diving were his hobbies. People and their 
relations with one another fascinated him. He will 
enter the field of practical business after gradua- 
tion. 





FAWZI HABIB HERMES 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A class leader in every respect Fawzi has many 
accomplishments to his credit. He was active in 
dramatics, S.A.M. ,and the Sodality, as well as on 
the school paper Al-Jamii and the Yearbook. His 
artistic drawings were a delight .When not reading 
philosophy or business subjects he relaxed at ping- 
pong, tennis or volleyball. A year of business work 
in Switzerland will prepare him for management 
studies in the U.S.A. 



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FREDDY JOHNNY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Freddy, the genial gentleman from Rekhaita, 
contributed much to the Al-Hikma campus, and 
gained much more. He was an earnest participant 
in debates and in the science club. Tennis, volley- 
ball, and baseball helped him to pursue his favorite 
subjects, — structural analysis and concrete design. 
If gradute studies in the U.S.A. do not materialize, 
he will work for a local engineering company. 





FUAD ABDUL-LATIF TALIB 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Suave silent Fuad solved many problems for 
himself and others while making many friends at 
Al-Hikma. He lent his support to all activities. 
For relaxation he indulged in ping-pong and 
swimming. He is well-read and much travelled. 
His specialty is Finance. He hopes to do graduate 
studies either in the States or in England. 



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HADI SARRAF 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A man for practical details, capable Hadi, a real fa- 
mily man, has many accomplishments to his credit. 
He kept the body fit by occasional sallies at base- 
ball, volleyball, tennis and, ping-pong; his mind 
sharp by reading and research. He hopes to pursue 
studies in structural engineering in the U.S.A. 






HIKMAT BASMAJI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Hikmat transferred from the B.C. campus to 
Al-Hikma with the greatest of ease. He continued 
to grow in athletic prowess on the basketball court, 
and sharpened his business acumen in the class- 
room. He participated in S.A.M., debating, and 
the Math club. Graduate studies in Business 
Administration in the U.S.A. are his choice for 
future development. 



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HILAL SIMHAIRI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Thoughtful happy Hilal exchanged the campus at 
Sulaikh for that of Zafaraniya. While at Al-Hikma 
he was a faithful member of S.A.M. and of the 
debating society. He enjoyed classical music 
indoors and hunting outdoors. Endowed with 
skill in structural design he expects to do 
graduate work abroad in architecture. 





IDEN M. AL-HURMEZY 
Kirkuk, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Kirkuk's gift to the Al-Hikma campus, Iden 
added a cosmopolitan note to the campus. He was 
an active faithful Sodalist, and an energetic 
member of S.A.M. For hobbies he lists painting, 
stamps and reading. His best sports are volleyball 
and track. After graduation he will work for a 
while and then go to higher studies in the field of 
administration or insurance. 



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ISHU GADDU 

Kirkuk, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Pleasant and affable at all times Ishu has compiled 
an envious record at Al-Hikma, both in the class- 
room and on the playing field. He enjoyed, to the 
full, football, volleyball, and track. He liked to 
read much. His favorite subject are hydraulics 
and reinforced concrete. He expects to do graduate 
studies in hydraulics in Holland. 





LAITH KHUDHAIRY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Keen-spirited lively Laith was a great favorite on 
campus, in the canteen, and the classroom. He 
gave a good account of himself on the football field, 
and on the track. Volleyball, swimming, and 
hunting he lists as forms of relaxation. S.A.M. 
elected him first Treasurer. His flair for finance 
and statistics leads him to graduate studies in 
the U.S.A. 



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NERSES LEON 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Suave knowledgeable Nerses could often be found 
with a philosophy book in hand. He loved to 
read and travel much. S.A.M. and the debating 
society often heard his voice. Some leisure mo- 
ments were spent on ping-pong and on the volley- 
ball court. A master's degree in Industrial Mana- 
gement is his goal in the U.S.A. 





RIFAAT SAHHAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Always with a smile did reliable Rifaat face his 
problems and studies at Al-Hikma. This facet of 
his personality will carry him far in life. He read 
much. Business Law, statistics, and accounting he 
found satisfying. He hopes to get experience as 
an accountant before starting graduate studies in 
the U.K. 



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SAMF AL-BANNA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

The desire to excel burns brightly in Sami'. He is 
a man of many accomplishments and has held 
office in the Sodality, in the Science and Math 
clubs, on the debating society roster, and S.A.M. 
He contributed much to Al- JAMII,and to the 
Yearbook. His special interest in physics, inspires 
him to aim for a Ph.D. in nuclear physics. 





SARGON DICK 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Sargon's cooperative spirit made him prominent 
in all campus activities. He was a faithful Sodalist, 
an accomplished actor, a good debater, and a 
reliable worker on the Yearbook staff. Track, 
football and tennis were his outstanding sports. 
He relaxed over a good book while listening to 
classical music. He hopes to do graduate work 
abroad in reinforced concrete. 



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SHAMUEL YUSUF 
Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A resolute and determined student Shamuel was 
happiest when studying philosophy. He learned 
much poise and polish from the dramatic and 
debating societies. He participated in all sports, 
especially football, basketball, volleyball and 
track. His future is undecided, but he will do well 
no matter what the course. 





SIRBEST QAZZAZ 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A genial gentleman from the north, Sirbest radia- 
ted friendliness and cheerfulness at all times. 
His generosity led him to positions of prominence 
in S.A.M., debating, the Math club, and the 
Yearbook staff. He occasionally played 
basketball, volleyball and ping-pong. His stamp 
collection is one of the best. Upon graduation he 
will enter the business world. 



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USAM KHAIRI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Capable and industrious, Usam pursued his 
studies with vigor and obvious delight. He was a 
member of S.A.M., of the science academy, a 
good debater, and an outstanding Sodalist. He was 
often seen at the tennis courts, or on the baseball 
diamond. Collecting stamps and reading filled his 
leisure moments. He hopes for graduate studies 
in design and structural analysis in the U.S.A. 





YAHE HOYSEPIAN 

Baghdad. Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Dependable and hardworking Yahe believed in 
making the most of even. - opportunity. His liking 
for mathematics and physics led him to the Math 
Club. To round out. the full man he joined 
S.A.M. and the debating society. Reading and 
music refreshed him for diligent study. He 
expects to do graduate work overseas in concrete. 



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WILSON" BENJAMIN 

Baghdad. Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A truly popular member of the class. Wilson 
made countless friends with his warm and gentle 
humour and radiant personality. He lent his talents 
generously to dramatics, to debating, and to the 
Sodality. Outstanding as a player in football, 
volleyball, and track, he also helped in organizing 
the entire sports program. His field of future work 
lies in economics and accounting. 





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PHOTO CLUB 




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Fr. Nash, Moderator 



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THE SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 

S.A.M.'s second season was most successful. 
November election results : 

Fawzi Habib President 

Usam Khairy Vice-President 

Talib al-Timimi Secretary 

Laith al-Khudairy Treasurer 

Fawzi al-Bassam Planning Committee 

Nasir al-Farisi » 

Nijad Fattuhi 




Pepsi Cola representative answers 
questions about plant process. 





Mr. Lowry, Moderator 






Fr. McDonough, on accordion 



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MUSIC CLUB 

The purpose of the Music Club is to deve- 
lope and increase the student's appreciation of 
classical music. To fulfil such a purpose principal 
attention is given to acquiring some knowledge of 
a composition, i. e. its melody, rhythm, harmony, 
and tone color. This is done through lecture, 
discussion, and the hearing of various composers' 
works. 



Students displays selections 



Selecting the best in Music 




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Mr. Hayes, Moderator of the Cinema Club, prepares for a film showing 








CINEMA CLUB 

The modern cinema has vast influence 
on the formation of an individual's cul- 
tural tastes and moral attitudes. It is 
therefore the responsibility of educated 
people to train themselves to discern in 
the motion picture the good or bad, and 
the artistry or lack of it. For these reasons 
the Cinema Club of Al-Hikma was orga- 
nized. Through viewing such films as 
"Tale of Two Cities" and "Scott's Last 
Expedition", we have endeavored to 
capture a variety of the many uses of the 
motion picture, and to emphasize the 
astounding potential of film techniques. 



Fr. Harman and Fr. Galvani discuss film technique 




Local Lore 




Ft. Larkin checks computer with students 



SCIENCE ACADEMY 

The Science Academy is a club for the Junior and Senior Engineers. It is restricted to 
students of superior standing who have the extra time and extra interests for a fuller investiga- 
tion into the world of modern science. This year the members are familiarizing themselves 
with the use of the twenty-channel Al-Hikma analog computer. They are using it to solve 
simultaneous differential equations. 





Photographers inspect negatives — Fr. Nash, Moderator 



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Preparing chemicals 

Learning the Photographers Trade 
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Fr. Burns Plans School Retreats 



Fr. Crowley Records Arabii 




Fr. McDonough chats with newly commissioned army engineers 




Campus scenes 








Abbosh Studio Ill 

Adil School 100 

African Iraqi 88 

Alladin Travels 91 

Armstrong Builders .... 117 

Artin Krikorian 117 

Asfar Dates 107 

Audiotape 102 

Bata 125 

B.O.A.C 114 

Burroughs 81 

Children's World 109 

Coca Cola 87 

Dairy Plant 101 

Ewan 84 

Faber-Castell 110 

Facit 95 

F. and Tawfiq Yonan . . 82 

Farid Obeid Co 100 

Farqad al-Salman .... 94 

Ferida Beer 85 

Fixit 83 

Forster-Sabbagh 116 

German Institute 124 

GokalCo 113 

Hanna Shaikh Transport 82 

Ibrahim Saad and Fils. . 93 

Imprimerie Catholique 112 



Iraq Engineering Co. . . 106 

Iraq Import 

& Distrbution Co. 108 

Iraq Scientific 99 

Iraq Sports 121 

Iron Industries 123 

Kassir Trading 126 

Khalid Issa Taha 109 

Kirdar Roofing 91 

LIA 122,127 

Mahdi Oanbar Agha . . 96 

Marmardji 119 

M.E.A 118 

Mission Orange 97 

NCR 89 

Orientours 124 

Orosdiback 105 

PAN-AM 98 

Philco 90 

Pepsi-Cola 104 

Rafidain Cigarette Co. 103 

Salon Georges 92 

Seven Up 115 

SWISSAIR 86 

Swiss Watch 120 

Technical Works 79 

Thomas Press 109 

Tonietti Optical 80 



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Complete Line of 

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ROLLERS, DISCS, HOISTS, WINCHES, CRANES, SIDE BOOMS, TRACTOR LOADERS. 




TRADEMARK 



United States Steel 



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FURNACE, HIGH STRENGTH STEELS, STAINLESS STEELS ROLLED AND CAST 
STEEL PRODUCTS, NATIONAL SEAMLESS AND WELDED WROUGHT TUBULAR 
PRODUCTS, WIRE PRODUCTS, FABRICATED STEEL STRUCTURES OF ALL KINDS, 
FLAT ROLLED PRODUCTS, COAL CHEMICALS, WELDING ELECTRODES. 




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CORPORATION 

DIESEL ENGINES GENERATING SETS AND MOTORS. 



AGENTS 

WORKS Co. 

BAGHDAD 

Cables: "DIESEL" Baghdad. Phones: Manager 91468. Office 901 18 - W/Shop 901 19 
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(Member of Association of British Dispensing Opticians) 







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Tel. : 83846 — Baghdad 






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Present Their Heartiest AL-HIKMA 
Congratulations to the iiiiii/rnriTi/ 

Graduates of UNIVERSITY 

Class of '65 

Sole Distributor in Iraq 

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Fittings & Television 



HANNA SHAIKH 

RIVER TRANSPORT Co. 

BASRAH IRAQ. 

Registered Company for River Transport 
Freight booked on through bills of Lading for 
Through (Overside), Transferred, and Local Cargoes 

Special Quotations offered for large shipments 

Sea-going transportation in the Arab Gulf between 
Basra, Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia 



OWNERS OF BRICK FACTORIES 



Owners of Machine Bricks 
Factories and Suppliers 






Head Office: BASRA Branches: AMARAH, Baghdad 

Bankers : British Bank of the Middle East, Eastern Bank, 

Credit Bank, Arab Bank and Rafidain Bank 

Cables : "Al-Shaikh" Basrah, Amarah and Baghdad 
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brightness adequate enough for even the largest 
auditorium. 

644 — The more advanced model. Records comment- 
aries, sound effects, music and translations onto any 
magnetically striped 1 6mm film, new or old, sound or 
silent. Plays back optical and magnetic tracks. Record- 
ings can be erased, edited, re-recorded as required. 



an****,: LEON KOUYOUMDJIAN "FIXIT 

Saadoon Street, Alwiya 
BAGHDAD - IRAQ. 



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Will be glad to render their services 

to the Reverend Fathers and Students 

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— Tincture - Permanent 

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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 
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complicated 3-factor problems. Ultra-simple 10-key 
"adding machine" keyboard that anyone can master 
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Gypsum Plaster 

White Portland Cement (C. B. R.) 

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Cement Colours (Pigments) 

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Pan Am. 



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Pan Am's Experience means more to them — and to 
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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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FARID OBEID & CO. W.LL 

Importers and Mnufacturers' Representatives 

Suppliers to Government Departments, Factories 
and Public Organizations of the following: 

Heavy and Fine Chemicals, Water Treament Ckemicals, 

Chlorine and Ammonia, Agricultural Chemicals, 

Insecticides and Refrigerants, Laboratory Equipments, 

Paints and Dyestuffs, Plastics and Compounds 

Tanning Materials, Solvents and Additives, 

Hardware & Non-Ferrous Metals 

etc... etc... etc... 

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

Please call on, write to, or telephone : 

FARID OBEID & Co. W.L.L. 

Al-Bassam Building, Sadoun St., Baghdad 
Tel.: Main Offices: 80604, Showroom: 88643 



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IRAQ ENGINEERING WORKS Co. L.S.C. 

BAGHDAD 

Established in 1943 — Capital ID 500,000/— 
Include among their products 

AIR COOLERS 




Matches the best 
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Available for 1965 summer season in all sizes 
2000 cfm. to 12000 cfm. 

OTHER PRODUCTS 

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. 81571*81052 
Showroom : Shamash Building, Rashid Street., Tel. : 85242 
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Finest Iraq Date Products 

MANUFACTURED BY PIONEERS IN THE IRAQ DATE INDUSTRY 

ORIGINATORS OF THE FAMOUS 

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IRAQ IMPORT & DISTRIBUTION CO. (Nationalized) 

extend to the 1965 Graduating class of Al-Hikma University, their 
compliments, and wish them all future success. 




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President : Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 
Administrator : Rev. Joseph J. Flaucher, S.J. 
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Basketball, is a game where one is constantly striving for excellence. This year we were given an unexpected 
assist from the Iraqi Universities Sports Department when they decided to change the intramural league of Baghdad University to 
a new Iraqi Collegiate League along with the all-star representations of Baghdad University in Baghdad. Mosul and Basra as 
well as with the Higher Engineering Institute, the Military College, the Air Force College and the Police College. We hope to be 
able to win the Iraqi Collegiate title within a very few years. 

One drawback to the scheduling change is that it pushes our official season back into the second semester. Prospects for this 
year are brighter than last year since we have most of the returning regulars from last year's squad, all with an added year of 
experience. They include Ahmad, Shamuel and Jamal up front, along with Emmanuel Edward, and Xabil in the backcourt. 
Although we will miss the speed and sharpshooting of Basim and the rebounding and know-how of Hikmat, we have increased 
our depth by the addition of Khudik, Mahir, and George in the forecourt, and Albert and Ohannes to direct the play. This gives 
us an increase in firepower as well as depth, something we lacked the last few years. All that remains is for Coach Kelly to weld 
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Football Team of Al Hikma 



1964-1965 






Fr. McDonough, Director of Athletics, and Team. 



Wilson Benjamin, Captain 
Abdulahad Khoshaba 
Ahmed al-Jamil 
Albert Baba 
Ashur Dick 
Emmanuel Francis 
Falah Abu-Trab 
Ishu Gaddu 
Laith al-Khudairi 



Mundhir Nairn 
Nabil Francis 
Nijad Fattuhi 
Nuri Askar 
Raman Dick 
Salah Saigh 
Shamuel Yusuf 
Shamun Awdishu 
Yushia Jabriel 
Zia Michael 



Al Hikma's Football Team played games with 
The College of Economics Karrada Avengers 

Army Medical School Military Academy 

Progressive Club Police Academy 

Outstanding in all our games was Wilson, a superb play-maker 
and an impregnable wall on defense. Against the Military 
Academy, our best defensive game, Manu made many sensatio- 
nal saves until the cadets' physical endurance won out after a 
rugged even first half. Our best offensive game was played at 
Muasker al-Rashid in a return match with the Medics. The 
Army Medical School invited the team to a sumptuous Quzy 
and an inspection of their quarters; their warm hospitality and 
esprit de corps made a lasting impression on all of us. We will 
miss Wilson, Laith, Ishu, Shamuel and Sargon, but they wish 
us luck and hope that we will be better next year even without 
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ALUMNI 

Al-Hikma's five classes of graduates 
gathered as one during the year. The first 
overlapping of classes in Al-Hikma's short 
history, men of 1960 met members of the 
class of 1964, who in turn made the 
acquaintance of the grads who pioneered 
their course. Plans were offered for future 
gatherings, which will truly be reunions. 
Plans for the growth of the Alumni are 
already in the practical stage; a number of 
the married grads are already nurturing 
students for the 1980s. 




New 1965 Faculty Members greet Alumni 




Scenes trom Alumni Banquet after the Business Meeting 








Junior GULBENKIAN SCHOLARS : George Jamil, William Hardun, Anahid Orchanian, 

Nabil Faraj, Murad Wartanian 



SCHOLARSHIP 



Each year Al-Hikma University extends to 
Freshmen Students the opportunity to obtain a 
limited number of Scholarships. This is done 
through competitive examinations at the Univer- 
sity in June. Factors carefully weighed before 
Scholarships are definitely granted, are the fol- 
lowing: the University Examination results, the 
Government examination results, relative finan- 
cial need, as well as character conduct reports. 

Scholarships available at present are : 

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation 

Scholarships 
The Al-Hikma University Scholarships 
The Holy Cross Presidential Scholarship 
The Cardinal Cushing Scholarship 
The Baldwin Scholarships 
The Cios Scholarship. 




Sophomore GULBENKIAN SCHOLARS 

Standing : Fakhri Yono, Hamid Attisha 

Seated : Jamil Eizer, Nubar Keresjian, Jack Sawdayi 





Cardinal Cushing Scholar 
Nuri Thomas 




Holy Cross Scholar 
Dhafir Elias 



Freshman GULBENKIAN SCHOLARS : Athir Battah, Nasrat Adamo, Muwaffaq Shayouta, George Dallal, Louis Shallal 





DEAN'S LIST 

First Semester, 1964-1965 



First Honors 3.85 - 4.00 
Second Honors 3.70 - 3.84 



3.84 


Muwaffaq Shayouta 


3.82 


Fawzi Habib 


3.82 


Jamil Eizer 


3.81 


Prithviraj Talwar 


3.81 


Vivian Shina 


3.80 


Fawzi Bassam 


3.77 


Nazan Kirdar 


Third Honors 3.50 - 3.69 


3.65 


Ferial Musaffi 


3.63 


Dhafir Elias 


3.63 


Yvette Lawi 


3.60 


Nabil Jawaidah 


3.60 


Talib al-Timmimi 


3.59 


Emil Somikh 


3.50 


Mundhir Nairn 


Honorable Mention 3.00 - 3.49 


3.47 


George Dallal 


3.47 


Linda al-Ani 


3.42 


Nasrat Adamo 


3.41 


Nabil Faraj 


3.41 


Premjit Talwar 


3.41 


Yvette Atraqji 


3.40 


Nasir al-Farisi 



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3.39 Farid al-Qas Elias 

3.35 Ashur Dick 

3.35 Laila Tuma 

3.32 Fakhri Yonu 

3.32 Mahir al-Xaimi 

3.27 Hamid Attisha 

3.26 Zaid al-Awqati 

3.25 Christine Gabbay 

3.25 Najib Antwan 

3.21 Sami' al-Banna 

3.20 Imtithal Abu-al-Timman 

3.20 Jack Sawdayi 

3 19 Michael Simonian 

3.19 Suadad Stephan 

3.18 Arsham Mirzian 

3,15 Nijad Fattuni 

3.14 Nuri Thomas 

3.12 Wilson Benjamin 

3.06 Mezli Musaffi 

3.06 Sirun Apel 

3.00 Abdul-Rahman al-Kamil 

3.00 Anand Mohindra 

3.00 Awni Said 

3.00 Lilian Bashir 

3.00 Nadim Adil 

3.00 Yusuf Dabby 




DEAN'S LIST 



Second Semester, 1963 - 1964 



First Honors 3.85 - 4.00 


4.00 


Fawzi Habib 


Second Honors 3.70 - 3.84 


3.84 


Sami' al-Banna 


3.82 


Talib al-Timmimi 


3.81 


Ferial Musaffi 


3.81 


Linda al-Ani 


3.78 


Vraij Harutunian 


3.75 


Lydia Dabby 


3.71 


Hamid Attisha 


Third Honors 3.50 - 3.69 


3.67 


Muwaffaq Simani 


3.62 


Fakhri Yonu 


3.57 


Nubar Keresjian 


3.53 


Nasir al-Farisi 


3.53 


Nijad Fattuhi 


3.53 


Mahir al-Naimi 


3.53 


Yusuf Dabby 


3.52 


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3.47 


Jack Sawdayi 


3.44 


Sirun Apel 


3.42 


Jamil Eizer 


2.42 


Nadim Adil 


3.38 


A-Rahman al-Kamil 


3.38 


Nabil Faraj 


3.35 


Jamila Lawi 


3.32 


Maan Hamid 


3.29 


Najah Akkam 


3.29 


Nuri Thomas 


3.21 


Habib Gabriel 


3.21 


William Hardun 


3.17 


Nadim Saigh 


3.17 


Wilson Ishaq 


3.12 


Hadi Sarraf 


3.11 


Murad Wartanian 


3.06 


Lilian Bashir 


3.0j 


Iyad Said 


3.05 


Jutta Merkel 


3.05 


Walid Faraj 


3.00 


Anand Mohindra 


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