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Dedication 



As the first decade of Al-Hikma University draws to a close, 
we pause to pay deserving tribute to our new President. Father 
McCarthy made his first journey to Baghdad in 1938 and 
immediately undertook, with laudable zeal, a study of the 
Arabic language, the historic traditions of Iraq, and Muslim 
Theology. In the pursuit of scholarship and research he spent 
ten years at the seats of learning in the United States, Rome, and 
at Oxford University. During the past fifteen years he has labored 
with admirable dedication as Director of Arabic Studies at 
Baghdad College and Al-Hikma University, and has contributed 
immeasurably to the intellectual life of Iraq by his books on 
Philosophy and Theology, the Arabic language, and his lectures 
and sermons on diverse subjects. His scholarly background and 
long years of experience augur well for the spiritual and edu- 
cational advancement of Al-Hikma University as it enters its 
second decade. With sincere admiration and abiding respect, 
the Class of 1966 dedicates this issue of Al-Hikma to Father 
Richard J. McCarthy, S.J., with the fervent hope that his 
inspiring example may stimulate future generations of students 
to emulate his devotion to the unceasing search for true 
knowledge. 




REVEREND RICHARD J. McCARTHY, S.J. 

President of Al-Hikma University 



JESUIT SUPERIOR GENERAL AND FATHER RYAN, S.J., DEAN 




The Dean's Message 



Dear Graduates of 1966 : 

Tour completion of your course of 
studies indicates that you have been blessed 
in many ways, that you have received many 
talents. As you reflect on those talents, what 
conclusion do you come to ? Does not your 
possession of these gifts imply a correspond- 
ing responsibility on your part to use them 
for the good of others, especially for those 
who have received fewer talents than you ? 
Do not the gifts, generously pressed into 
your hands, urge you to a similar generosity ? 

The generous use by a well-educated 
person of his talents for the goods of others, especially for those in need, constitutes 
a most genuine act of thanksgiving to God for the blessings he has given. And such 
dedication not only rises to heaven, but it spreads out over the earth. It creates 
and multiplies goodness. It brings deep satisfaction to the one who exercises it 
and happiness to all who receive of it. It stirs the beholder to joy and often to 
emulation. It creates a new bond of fraternity and establishes a union of hearts. 

May God, who has given you in abundance, grant you also the grace of 
magnanimous service. 



JOSEPH L. RYAN, S. J. 
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Rev. Joseph L. Ryan, S.J. 
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Rev. Thomas B. Mulvehill, S.J. 
Dean of Students 



ADMINISTRATION 



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



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





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



Asuncion van Arendonk 
Dean of Women 



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Mr. Wilson I. Miraziz 
Registrar 



Rev. Robert J. Cote, S.J. 
Librarian 




Rev. Francis W. Anderson, S. J. 

Development 
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Boston, Mass, 
U.S.A. 




Rev. Thomas F. Hussey, S.J. 

Development 

On Leave of Absence 




Mr. Emmanuel Issa 
Maintenance 



Brother Italo A. Parnoff, S.J. 
Maintenance 




Mr. Noel Azzawi 
Secretary 



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Mr. Andrews Joseph 
Secretary 



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Secretary 




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Mr. A-Fattah Chilmeran 
Assistant Librarian 




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Miss Peruz Nishanian 
Assistant to Librarian 



Miss Bushra Zablok 
Assistant to Librarian 



Mr. Tariq_ Kakoz 
Assistant to Treasurer 



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



Mr. John T. Cummings 
Mathematics 





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



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





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



Mr. Clarke B. Louden 
Business Administration 





Mr. Sami Banarji 
Economics 



Mr. Paul A. Belford 
Economics 





Mr. Atherton C. Lowry 
Philosophy 



Mr. Daniel P. Jamros 
English 





Rev. William J. Larkin, S.J. 

Engineering, Physics 



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





Mr. Paul J. Murdock 
Philosophy 



Rev. Joseph F. MacDonnell S.J. 
Mathematics 








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



Mr. Frank D. DeFalco 
Engineering 





Rev. Leo J. McDonough. S.J. 
Statistics 



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





Dr. William A. Beck 
Mathematics 



Mr. Stephen C. Griffin 
English 





Rev. John P. Banks, S.J. 
On Leave of Absence 



Rev. Albert A. Cardoni. S.J. 
Philosophy 





Rev. Thomas J. Hamel, S.J. 
Arabic, Theology 



Mrs. Van Arendonk 
Typing 




Sister Mary Liguori 
Sociology 




Sister Blanche Marie 
History 



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Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 
Theology 




Dr. Clement J. Nouri 
Economics 




Rev. Leo J. Shea, S. J. 
Spiritual Advisor 



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Mr. Nicholas J. Cafarelli 
English 



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Rev. Patrick J. Nugent, S.J. 
Arabic Studies 



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




LECTURERS 



Mr. Madhat Fadhil 
Engineering 



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Mr. Mufid Mirza 
Accounting 



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Mr. Muwaffaq_ T. Simaani 
Engineering 




Mr. Faraj Raffouli 
Arabic Institute 




Mr. Noel Emmanuel 
Physics Laboratory 



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Mr. Sami Andrea 
Engineering 




Mr. Saadi Dabuni 
Physics 



LECTURERS 



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Mr. Jibrail Romaya 
Engineering 




Dr. Hatif Jalil 
Chemistry 




Mr. Garabet Zulumian* 
Chemistry Assistant 






Mr. Salim al-Churabi 
Statistics 



Dr. Nail Bunni 
Structures 



Dr. Ihsan Sholgi 
Drawing 





Dr. Abdul-Razzak Abdul -Wahab 
Business Law 



Miss Blanche Avedissian 
Educational Psychology 




Dr. Joseph van Arendonk 
Economics 



LECTURERS 






Mr. Nadhir Jibrail 
Geology 



Mr. Usama Khalil 
Auditing 



Mr. Mumtaz Aziz 
Physics Laboratory 




Mr. Mumtaz B. Habbaba 
Mechanics 




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Dr. Orabi Zawbayi 
Mathematics 




Mr. Peter Markho 
Statics 




Mr. Samuel Rumaya 
Construction 





Dr. I nad Ghazwan 
Arabic 



LECTURERS 





Mr. A-Fattah Amin 
Accounting 



Dr. Baqir Kashif al-Ghita 
Irrigation 

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Soils Laboratory 

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Mr. Laith Ismail 
Soils 



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Mr. Dhia Azzu 

Personnel Management 




GRADUATE LECTURERS 



Mr. Khadhim Said 
Engineering Drawing 



Mr. Mahdi Omran Issa 
Surveying 






Dr. Mahmud Ghannawi 
Arabic 



Mr. Qais Nuri Fattah 
Fluids 



■^Ir. Rufail Rumaya 

Surveying 






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ABDUL-KARIM KANNA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Faithful persevering Abdul-Karim approached 
Al-Hikma from Kefah St. He enjoyed four 
fruitful years on campus. He liked to read and 
listen to soft music. Swimming, ping-pong and 
football kept him physically fit. After a period 
of work in Baghdad he will continue studies in 
finance abroad. 



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ABDUL-WADUD GATA MOSA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Heavy working Wadud studied hard and accom- 
plished many things. He was a charter member 
of S.A.M., a member of the music club, and a 
supporter of all activities. He enjoyed a game of 
ping-pong. Occasionally he would "take horse 
to hunt." He seeks a master's degree in business 
administration or economics either at A. U. B., or 
in England. 





ADIL AL-NAI'MI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Pleasant and affable at all times Adil pursued his 
studies with obvious delight. He debated with 
vigour, and prized his membership in the science 
club. He relaxed in a game of volleyball, or 
basketball, or occasionally at table tennis. Future 
plans call for postgraduate studies in the USA in 
concrete and soils. 



ALA'A H. KADDOORI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Adhamia's gift to the Al-Hikma campus, Ala'a 
was inclined to philosophy and to draw landscapes. 
He relaxed in a fast game of tennis or volleyball. 
He played a surging game of ping-pong, and was 
among the best as a swimmer. Broad-jumping was 
his track specialty. Future plans call for further 
studies in civil engineering in the USA. 





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ANAHID ORCHANIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Ever smiling Anahid is always ready to listen to 
everyone's problem. She matriculated to 
Al-Hikma from Presentation Convent School. 
Her many activities include: debating, dramatics, 
S.A.M., and the yearbook .She enjoys swimming, 
listening, sewing, and knitting. She will endeavor 
to prove to the business world that women have a 
place in business management. 



ANAND MOHINDRA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Able Anand prepared for Al-Hikma by being 
Jesuit-trained at Baghdad College. He has been 
an outstanding scholar and an industrious student. 
Silent and unobtrusive by nature, he is neverthe- 
less well aware of current events and trends. At 
times you can find him at the ping pong table, 
or on the volleyball court. After further studies he 
will enter the business world with his brothers 
at Iraq Sports Store. 





ARSHAK YANIKIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Although he is from a family of photography 
specialists, Arshak's future calls for prominence in 
engineering. Baghdad College prepared him well 
for studies at Al-Hikma. He has been a faithful 
yearbook photographer, and a prominent member 
of S.A.M. All sports attracted him, but he was 
partial to track, swimming and boating. His 
plans for the future are to further himself in the 
engineering field in Iraq. 



AZIZ ABDUL-KARIM KADOURI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Genial omnipresent Aziz did things in a big way 
at Al-Hikma. He was ever-ready to organize 
parties, plays, skits, and to keep everyone happy. 
He was an active member of S.A.M. He enjoyed 
a game of pingpong and tennis. He is famous for his 
tours of the city and country. His love of reading 
will stand by him in future studies at securing a 
PH.D in management before returning to the 
family publishing business. 





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AZIZ BAITHUN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Beneath a serious exterior Aziz hides a flair for 
fun and frivolity on the social circuit. He was a 
capable debater and loved a good book. Music 
and photography were his hobbies. If his plans 
materialize he will accomplish graduate studies 
in the USA in concrete. Then he will return to 
Iraq for a career in engineering. 



BASIM TAWFIQ. ASKAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Basim, a popular figure on campus was every- 
body's friend. He was an outstanding member of 
the science club, and a faithful worker in the 
library. His love for music prompted many hours 
listening to classical and popular muic. Chess and 
reading also soothed the ruffled nerves. Graduate 
studies in structural engineering in England 
are planned for the immediate future. 





DAVID FRANK 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Spirited and interesting at all times, David com- 
piled an enviable record at Al-Hikma. Track 
and basketball were his best sports; Swimming 
and diving were extra-curricular activities he 
excelled in. Reading and classical music fascinated 
him. If he doesn't go abroad now for further 
studies, he will plunge into engineering work in 
Iraq. 



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DHUKA FRANCIS SHAMMAS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Thoughtful personable Dhuka graced the campus 
with her serene and pleasant personality. She 
played a spirited game of ping-pong and a steady 
game of tennis. Dramatics attracted her; swim- 
ming was her relaxation. She loved to steal away 
and play the piano, or read a good book. After 
graduation she expect to remain in Baghdad. 





DIKRAN VARTAN VARTKESSIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Generous genial Dikran enjoyed to the full his 
years at the University. He studied hard and 
overcame with courage all obstacles on the way 
to graduation. The library staff will miss him. 
His comments at the ping-pong table will be 
missed too. He was always ready for a swim, a 
picnic, or any interesting book. He now joins the 
engineers of Baghdad. 



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ELHAM JABRO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

The distinction of being the first lady engineer 
to graduate from Al-Hikma goes to Elham. She 
worked long and hard for this distinction, but still 
found time to attend debates and make her 
presence felt on campus. She loves to read and to 
paint. After working for a year in Baghdad she 
intends to go to the USA for graduate studies. 





ELIAS MEIR ABDA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Elias was bouncy and persistent in all his pursuits. 
He was a mainstay of the yearbook business staff, 
as well as a prominent member of S.A.M., and a 
great music lover. He played a good game of 
tennis and ping-pong. For further relaxation he 
enjoyed swimming and archery, collected stamps, 
and played snooker. Eventually, he expects to 
pursue graduate studies for a Ph.D. in business 
administration. 



FAKHRI JAZRAWI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

The man with the suave frank personality is 
Fakhri. When not studying he listened to the 
best in music. Oftentimes he could be found at 
the ping-pong table in championship play. 
For further relaxation he enjoyed volleyball, 
and baseball. His stamp collection is to be envied. 
He will do further studies in structural engineering 
in the USA. 





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FATHALLAH AHMAD ABBAS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

All the world's a stage for Fathallah. He is our 
dramatist who has participated in many TV plays 
and has been responsible for numerous productions 
on campus. His pen has produced dramas for 
radio, TV, and stage. He is often seen at the ping- 
pong tables. His hobbies are to read and to travel. 
He will continue studies for a higher degree either 
at A.U.B., or in the USA. 



FATINA HAMDI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Fatina has been one of the fairest flowers to favor 
our campus. She has been outstanding in studies, 
in spirit, and has been cooperative in such campus 
activities as debating, dramatics, and the yearbook. 
She is a music lover, and reads much. Her forte 
is languages, and her intent is to further her study 
of languages in the U.K. 





FREDERICK JACOB 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Refreshing and pleasant Frederick made friends 
at Al-Hikma. He was a club-man. His circle of 
clubs include the social, the dramatic, the scienti- 
fic, and S.A.M. He kept the body fit at volleyball, 
tennis, ping-pong, baseball and track. His other 
interests include music, movies, painting and 
reading. Studies in structural design beckon him 
to the USA. 



GEORGE JAMIL 

Baghdad. Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Genial generous George impressed all at Al-Hikma 
with his industry and scholarship. His many 
activities include the math, music, scientific, and 
debating clubs. He was an outstanding member 
of the Sodality. He kept the body sound by 
participating in volleyball, baseball, basketball, 
and track. After his military training, he expects 
to do graduate studies in structures in the USA. 






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HASSAN AL-SARRAF 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A high-spirited and enjoyable companion Hassan 
spent many happy years at Al-Hikma. He was 
in the midst of fun and frolic wherever it could 
be found. His interests extended to the science 
club, and to photography. He enjoyed a good 
book, and an occasional game of volleyball. 
He will go after a M. Sc. degree in design in the 
USA. 



HATIM SARSAM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Mosul's gift to the local scene is Hatim. He en- 
joyed the studious atmosphere of northern 
Iraq before travelling to the Zafaraniya campus. 
While here he has established himself as a serious 
student and enjoyable companion. S.A.M. and 
the science club are proud to claim him. Intra- 
mural sports, music, movies, and travels with 
friends relaxed him. He will problably pursue 
graduate studies in concrete in the USA. 





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HOUDA THOMAS HENDOW 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Versatile, happy Houda studied in England before 
entering the halls of Al-Hikma. Her definitely 
British accent was a delight to hear in debate and 
on campus. She was most helpful as a member of 
the yearbook staff. She displayed fine form on 
the tennis court. Reading was her favorite pastime. 
Her future plans are undecided, but she will 
probably work in Baghdad. 



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IMTITHAL ABUL-TIMMEN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Silent serious but interesting Imtithal was an im- 
pressive member of the class. She was a good 
listener and a pleasant companion. Her interests 
extended to S.A.M., tennis, and ping-pong. She 
liked to read and to listen to classical music. If 
given the chance she will continue studies in 
accounting or finance, and then join an Iraqi 
company. 





IYAD S. AL-NASIRI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A man with a mind for the finest details Iyad 
poured himself into his studies and gained great 
profit from them. When not swimming or reading, 
he found time for listening to the best in music, 
for the social club, and for scientific pursuits. 
Volleyball was his favorite sport. He expects to 
join the work force in Iraq as an engineer. 



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JACOB Y. BABICO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Talented and artistic Jacob had a flair for design- 
ing and the mechanical devices. His talent 
reached out to dramatics, science, and athletics. 
He took great delight in the music and social 
clubs. His help to the office was invaluable. 
He kept trim by playing football, volleyball, and 
ping-pong. After military service he will work in 
Iraq. 





JAMAL YUSUF 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Athletically inclined Jamal traded the B.C. 
campus for Al-Hikma without regret. He con- 
tinued to grow in stature, skill, and knowledge. His 
prowess on the basketball team will not soon be 
forgotten. In addition to playing volleyball and 
baseball, he was an avid stamp collector, and liked 
to draw. Military services will claim him before 
his career as an engineer. 



JAMILA LAWEE 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Jamila joined us at Al-Hikma four years ago, 
and has enjoyed her studies here immensely. 
A Dean's list student, she loved to discuss the 
topic of the day, and to converse in many langua- 
ges, especially in French. Listening to music and 
and driving the family car were her pet diversions. 
She hopes to travel through Europe and then 
pursue a degree in economics or political science 
in the USA. 





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JANET GEYICKIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Steady competent Janet was often seen on campus 
with camera in hand. She was a veteran member 
of the yearbook photography staff, as well as a 
charter member of S.A.M. Music set a mood for 
her. Tennis and ping-pong absorbed her play time. 
If given the opportunity she will continue studies 
in accounting and statistics before entering 
business in Baghdad. 



KAMIL SHA'SHU 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Capable practical Kamil enjoyed all his courses 
at Al-Hikma. He was hardly surpassed as a debater 
of skill. S.A.M. and the social club found him ever- 
present. He played a good game of tennis and was 
an excellent swimmer. Soft music was his delight. 
He will work for two years after graduation, and 
then study structural engineering in Canada 





MAHIR M. AL-NAIMI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Tall talented Mahir was one of our outstanding 
scholars. He frequently won top honors on the 
Dean's list. He played varsity basketball and was 
an anchor man in track. His interests included 
S.A.M., the scientific club, photography, and 
listening to good music. He will study structural 
designing in the USA before taking up work in 
Baghdad. 



MAKRAM GEORGE 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Mild-mannered Makram made many friends 
while on the Zafaraniya campus. He showed up 
well in debate, and could take a skillful picture. 
He is an erstwhile member of the yearbook staff, 
who enjoyed volleyball, basketball, and ping-pong. 
He was in tune with modern music. After gradua- 
tion he intends to study concrete in the USA or 
U.K. 








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MARLYN JAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Marlyn was a member of the class who got things 
done. She travelled daily from Daura City to the 
campus at Zafaraniya. Her marvelous coordination 
aided her in championship ping-pong competition. 
She was outstanding on the girls' volleyball team. 
She liked to read short stories and to attend 
an occasional movie. Her desire is to continue 
studies in management in England before starting 
work in Baghdad. 



MAZIN AL-MUDARRIS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Mazin was mountain-size in humor and 
generosity. He applied himself assiduously 
to his studies and has reaped the rewards of 
success. The social club claimed him; the in- 
tramural sports program acclaims him for volley- 
ball and table tennis. You should see his stamp 
collection and photo album. His future plans 
include graduate studies in the USA or UK. 





MUFID ASHOO 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Quiet and mild-mannered Mufid influenced an 
ever-widening circle of friends at Al-Hikma. 
He played a marvelous game of football and 
volleyball. S.A.M., the math club, and attending 
debates kept him up with current events. He 
conned the athletic news of the world regularly. 
After graduation and military service he will 
study for a master's degree in the USA. 



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MUMTAZ G. TOKATLY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A man from the marvelous north is Mumtaz. 
His early schooling was in Mosul, but he now 
claims Baghdad as his hometown. He was a member 
of S.A.M., and of the science club. He sought 
recreation in tennis, swimming, and ping-pong. 
He was a fan of all sports, especially football. 
His love of travel will bring him to the USA 
for studies in structures. 








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MUNA GHAZALA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

One of the already married ladies of the class Muna 
will manage her home well. She enjoyed her 
courses in business administration. She added 
glitter and glamour to the dramatic society. 
When not reading a short story, she could be 
found playing ping-pong or volleyball. If she 
doesn't enter the Baghdad labor force now 
she will study to be a chartered accountant. 



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MURAD K. NALBANDIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Genial and well-mannered Murad found many 
outlets for his interests at Al-Hikma. He was 
a member of the Society for the Advancement of 
Management. He was an ardent sports fan. 
He enjoyed a relaxing swim. Collecting stamps 
and reading were his outside interests. He hopes 
to do graduate studies in accounting in England 
or the USA . 





MURAD VARTANIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Efficient and steady Murad will carry the Al- 
Hikma mold well. He was a prominent member 
of the science club, and an interested member of 
S.A.M. When not reading a book about science 
he could be found playing table tennis or swim- 
ming, or on the volleyball court. His plans call 
for graduate studies specializing in reinforced 
concrete in the USA. He is then willing to work 
anywhere in Iraq. 



MUWAFFAQ. AMIN LAYLANI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 



Muwaffaq's great delight 
ize a social event. His 
missed on campus, and 
missed from the football 
other outstanding sport, 
on the athletic field he 
aid him in accounting 
the USA or England. 



was to plan and organ- 
organizing skill will be 
his sturdy kick will be 
field. Volleyball was his 
When not performing 
liked to read. This will 
and statistics studies in 





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NABIL YOUSIF FARAGE 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A genial gentleman from Alwiya, Nabil came to 
Al-Hikma via B.C. and England. He has been 
outstanding in studies, and his name has appeared 
frequently on the Dean's list. On campus he attends 
the science club lectures, and relaxes at the ping- 
pong table. Off campus he swims, plays bridge, 
and is a shutter-bug. He expects to continue 
in post-graduate courses in structures in America. 



NABIL HASSO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Nabil is built for perseverance and the long-run. 
He has persevered admirably through his studies 
at Al-Hikma, and is now ready for the long-run 
through graduate studies. When not at the books 
he participated in intramurals: volleyball, tennis, 
baseball. He liked good music and read much. 
He was a member of S.A.M. He will do graduate 
studies abroad. 





NADIA AWDISH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

None can surpass Nadia in faithfulness and loyalty 
to Al-Hikma University. From first year to last 
she has given generously of her time and energies 
to the library, the office, and to athletics. She was 
a member of the volleyball and tennis teams, and 
a willing worker for the yearbook. Her hobbies 
include music, swimming and playing bridge. 
She hopes to do further studies abroad. 



NADEEM ADIL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

High-spirited and quick-witted Nadim was never 
at a loss in any situation. His activities were many : 
debating, science club, dramatics, mathclub, 
yearbook staff, and the social club. For exercise 
he tried baseball, tennis, and volleyball. When not 
building the body at home, he listened to good 
music and took photos. Graduate studies in rein- 
forced concrete beckon him to the USA. 








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NAHIDH AL-SHAWAF 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Pleasant and affable at all times Nahidh was a 
favorite on campus. He figured prominently 
in the science club. Listening to classical music 
soothed his frayed nerves. When time allowed 
he read much and enjoyed a refreshing swim. He 
will study for an M.S. degree in transportation 
and traffic engineering. 



NASIR AL-FARISI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Nasir's journey to campus included schooling 
at Baghdad College and time in England. 
His continental outlook added to his suavity and 
urbanity. He was a member of S.A.M. who read 
much and appreciated more. He liked both classi- 
cal music and jazz. He will study for a master's 
degree in economics probably in the USA. 





NASIR J. JACOB 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Another big man on campus was Nasir. He figured 
prominently in intramural sports: baseball 
volleyball, and track. He was a sodalist, 
a member of S.A.M. and of the math club. His 
interests also extended to debating, dramatics 
and reading. After obtaining a master's degree in 
structures in England he expects to work in Kuwait. 



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NIDHAL RIHANI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Up to now engineering has been a man's domain, 
but Nidhal has successfully broken through all 
barriers. She has worked hard and deserves high 
acclaim. When not working over her drawing 
board she found time for debating and dramatics, 
and relaxed while listening to classical music. 
She loves to travel, but just whereto in the future 
is undecided. 






NIJAD FATTUHI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Whenever the Dean was making out his list of 
scholars he found Nijad's name. He studied hard 
and successfully. He was a member of S.A.M., 
and was interested in all sports. He took part 
in baseball, football, volleyball, track and table 
tennis. His ambition is to study for a master's 
degree in the USA. 



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NORMA K. GABBAY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Norma is another who succumbed to cupid before 
graduation, but this happy event didn't deter her 
from completing her courses. For exercise she enjoy- 
ed a game of tennis, either on the courts, or at the 
table. She loved to read. Her future is in accounting 
or secretarial work, probably in the USA. 








NOUSHIK SIMONIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

No where will there be another Noushik. Her drive, 
her verve, her determination, are incomparable. 
She debated well. She was always a finalist in ping- 
pong contests. She played volleyball and swam with 
vigor. She read much, and loved music. She hopes 
to continue accounting studies in England. 



NURI THOMAS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Nuri is known as our Cardinal Cushing scholar. 
He well deserves the title for his name often 
appeared on the Dean's list. He was a member of 
S.A.M., and of the debating society. Frequently 
he could be found playing basketball, volleyball, or 
table tennis. Once a B.P.C. employee, he expects to 
work there with added prestige. 





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RAFID ABDUL-JABBAR JADDOU' 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Rafid matriculated to the Zafarania campus 
from that of Sulaikh. He has been very active 
in debating, and in S.A.M. He figured prominent- 
ly in the clubs: social, science, and music. His 
presence was felt in intramural sports of baseball, 
tennis, track, and volleyball. When not swimming 
he read much, and collected records. His 
future studies will be in highway engineering 
in England before returning to Iraq. 



RAMZI LOQA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Every class has its humorist and songster. Ramzi 
fills the bill for the class of '66. His interpretations 
of local classics kept everyone happy. He also 
found time for debating, dramatics, music, and 
intramural sports. He was a faithful sodalist. 
He would like to study structures abroad. 





RAYMOND GABBAY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Raymond, and his sister Norma, are the first 
brother -sister team to graduate from Al-Hikma. 
He was a member of S.A.M. Other interests 
lead him to the ping-pong table, tennis, swimming, 
shooting, and photography. After graduation he 
will go directly to work as an engineer in Baghdad. 



RIADH PHILIP 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Quiet resourceful Riadh made his prominent 
presence felt on campus. He was an able debater, 
and an avid reader. He could often be found at 
the ping-pong table, or on the basketball court. 
He lists photography and music among his 
hobbies. Graduate studies in concrete beckon 
Riadh to the USA or UK. 





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SABAH AL-HASSAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Suave Sabah is Sharkiya's gift to the Al-Hikma 
campus. He will be a credit to his school wherever 
he goes. He attended social club meetings when 
not listening to good music. Ping-pong and 
swimming were favorite recreations. He expects 
to continue his studies in the USA or in West 
Germany. 



SABAH SHA'ABAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Strong silent Sabah has had a very successful 
career at Al-Hikma. He read much and enjoyed 
an exchange of ideas on social questions. His 
hobby is to travel; his best form of exercise: 
swimming. After fulfilling his military service 
he will work with a construction firm. 





SABAH TOMINNA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Amiable smiling Sabah deserves the laurel of 
victory, his degree. From the manager's desk 
at his family's hotel he came back to class and 
to conquer through study. He was a big man on 
the track team, especially when hurling the discus. 
He would like to further his studies abroad. 



1956 -TENTH ANNIVERSARY- 1966^ 



SAMI MADROS 

Jerusalem, Jordan 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Already, Sami has had experience as an engineer 
on the job. He started construction work in 
Jerusalem last summer. During the year he was 
prominent in debating and dramatics. He loves 
to read. As soon as he obtains his degree he will 
return to the work begun in Jordan. 





SAMIR NAKKAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Cheerful Samir was tall in talent and stature. 
He enjoyed a good game of volleyball and basket- 
ball. When not at a science club meeting you 
could find him playing tennis or swimming, 
or busy with husbandry. He will continue 
studies abroad in steel design and reinforced 
concrete. 



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SANA' AL-KHUDHAIRY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Sana' has the best sense of humor on campus. 
She loves to laugh and to make others laugh, 
hence her popularity is tops. When not reading 
or listening to music, her recreation was swim- 
ming. After graduation she will go to Beirut for 
further studies in business. 








SARMAD AL-NAIMI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Sarmad's cooperative spirit made him a popular 
man on campus. He was a member of the science 
club and of S.A.M. Track and swimming kept 
him fit. His hobbies include: collecting foreign 
coins and small knives, and photography. He will 
study for a master's degree in concrete design. 



SHAFIQ. HALABU 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Quiet but resolute Shafiq made his influence felt 
on campus. He participated in many dramas 
and was a willing worker in the library. He was a 
member of the social club. Track and volleyball 
kept him in good condition. His stamp collection 
rates high. After military service he expects to 
study in the U.S.A. 





^1956-TENTH ANNIVERSARY- 1966^ 



SHAWKAT SABRI JAZRAWI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

An industrious and determined student Shawkat's 
perseverance won out over all odds. He was a 
member of the science club. Table tennis, volley- 
ball, and swimming were his forms of recreation. 
His love of music and travel will carry him far. 
After graduate studies he will work with a local 
firm. 



SISTER JOSEPH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

After years of advancement in grace, Sister 
Joseph entered Al-Hikma to advance further in 
wisdom. With great humility and courage she 
who was teacher became student again. Now 
she returns to the Presentation Convent, Bab 
al-Shargy. Her wit, willingness, and example will 
be missed from campus. 



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SUBHI ABED AL-MAJEED RAMADHAN 

Irbid, Jordan 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Jordan's contribution to the campus is smiling 
genial Subhi. He was a member of S.A.M., and 
of the library staff. He supported debates and 
loved to listen to classical music. He followed 
all intramural sports with great interest. His 
hobbies include: car-racing, hunting and politics. 
He will work for a year before going to the USA 
for studies in concrete. 



SUHAIL YUSUF NASSIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Witty humorous Suhail was ever-ready with a 
practical joke. His dramatic presentations were 
enjoyed by all. He was a prominent member of 
the Sodality and of S.A.M. In track his specialty 
was the broad jump, as well as the longer-meter 
runs. When not racing his car he enjoyed swim- 
ming, tennis, and photography. He will pursue 
a master's degree in statistics in England. 





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SULAIMAN BAJJALI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A serious student with a suppressed sense of humor 
Sulaiman worked hard for his degree. When not 
playing ping-pong, he was banging the dominoes 
and tawli sets. He liked to read, to travel, and to 
listen to soft music. He is ready for work in Iraq, 
or Jordan, or Kuwait. 



SURIN HAGOP MANUKIAN 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Basra's emissary on the Al-Hikma campus, 
Surin enjoyed fruitful years in Zafaraniya. When 
not reading, drawing, or in the music room, he 
could be found at volleyball, table tennis, or swim- 
ming. He will do graduate studies in city planning 
and architecture in the USA. 





TALIB AL-TIMIMI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Every class has its candidate for first honors. 
Talib was the genial brain of the senior business 
students. When not at the books he participated 
in debates and attended S.A.M. meetings. He 
was a member of the math club. Table tennis, 
football, and swimming kept him trim. He will 
go on to England for studies to become a chartered 
accountant. 



^1956 -TENTH ANNIVERSARY- 1966^ 



USAM KASSAB 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Calm and capable Usam came to Al-Hikma from 
Baghdad College. He was a prominent member 
of the math club, and a debater of note. He was 
numbered among the sodalists. His exercise in- 
cluded basketball, baseball, volleyball and ping- 
pong. He read much. After military training he 
will continue the study of structures in the States. 





WILLIAM HARDOON 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A serious student who gets top results. William has 
been an outstanding scholar for four years. He was 
a member of S.A.M., and of the music club. For 
relaxation he played bridge, or exercised on the 
basketball or volleyball courts, or in the swimming 
pool. He plans to go right to work wherever an 
engineer is needed. 



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ZUHAIR HANNA RAPHAEL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Dependable and hard-working Zuhair is the epi- 
tome of an Al-Hikma man. He was loyal and 
generous to the school and to his friends. He was 
an outstanding sodalist who often participated 
in the liturgy. Dramatics and debating were 
outlets for his talents. Volleyball, chess, and 
photography were his hobbies. He hopes to do 
further studies in concrete in the USA. 





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Sodality Officers and Moderator 
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SODALITY OF OUR LADY 

The Sodality met each Saturday evening at 
the Christian Cultural Center under the guidance 
of Fr. F. Kelly, as moderator, and with a board 
of officers consisting of: Zuhair Hanna, Prefect: 
Suhail Yusuf, Vice-Prefect; Fakhri Yono, Secre- 
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Nasir al-Farisi, President; A-Rahman al-Kamil, Vice-President, 
Tahir Bazirgan, Secretary, and Hanaa al-Dulumy, Treasurer. 
Anahid Orchanian, Hazar Shemdin and Wafaa Daud were class 
representatives on the council. Industrial Plants visited included 

the Ferida Beer Factory, Iraq 
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a composition, i. e. its melody, rhythm, harmony, 
and tone color. This is done through lecture, 
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SCIENCE ACADEMY 

The Science Academy was this year divided into 
two groups, the Seniors under the directorship of Qais 
Fettah, and the Juniors under Father W. Larkin. 
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Adil School 137 

Alladin Travels 106 

Armstrong Builders 96 

Artin Krikorian 96 

Asfar Dates 122 

Audiotape 113 

Baghdad News 103 

B. O. A. C 126 

Canada Dry 109 

Coca-Cola 102 

Concrete Works Factory . . 104 

Dairy Plant 94 

Diana Beer 141 

Eastern Distillery 136 

Faber-Castell 123 

Facit 110 

F. & Tawfiq Yonan 97 

Farqad al-Salman 142 

Ferida Beer 100 

Fixit 98 

Forster-Sabbagh 128 

German Institute 105 

Gokal Co 125 

Hanna Shaikh Transport. . 97 

Hostel 144 

Ibrahim Saad & Fils 108 

I. C.I 99, 109, 115 

Imprimerie Catholique . . 130 

Iraq Engineering Co 119 

Iraq Scientific Co 114 

Iraq Sports 135 

Iron Industries 133 




Kassir Trading Co 138 

Kirdar Roofing Co 106 

LIA 134, 139 

Lutfi Iskendar 121 

Mahdi Qanbar Agha 111 

Marmardji 131 

M. E. A 141 

Mission Orange 112 

N. C. R 143 

Omega 103 

Orientours 136 

Orosdiback 118 

Pan-Am 140 

Percy Sequeira, Insurance . 137 

Philco 105 

Photo Gaby 122 

Pepsi-Cola 117 

Rafidain Cigarette Co 116 

Rafidain Paint Co 107 

Seven-Up 127 

Sinalco 109 

Sumer Tours 137 

Swissair 101 

Swiss Watch 132 

Tahir Hadithi Factory 
Technical Paint 

Manufacturing Co. 
Technical Works Co. 
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Pachachi Bldg. - South Gate 

Baghdad 

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Rashid St. (Khasaqi Mosque Square) BAGHDAD -- Tel. 83141 

ELECTRICAL MATERIALS 

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

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 MACHINE BRICKS, 
FACTORIES AND BRICK SUPPLIERS 



Head Office: BASRA Branches: AMARAH, Baghdad 

Bankers : Commercial Bank, Eastern Bank, 

Credit Bank, Arab Bank and Rafidain Bank 

Cables : "Al-Shaikh" Basrah, Amarah and Baghdad 
Code : Bently's 



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Leica 



The famous Leica cameras M3 and M2 with 
the most comprehensive range of accessories. 
And now the new LEICAFLEX with 
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Leicina 



Precision built, the 8mm., cine camera that 
has fulfilled the dreams of many amateurs- 



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The fully automatic 5 X 5cm slide projector 
with optics that give a brilliant picture on 
the screen. 

Sole Distributors : 

LEON KOUYOUMDJIAN & CO., 

FIXIT HOUSE, SA'ADOON ST., 
Baghdad — Phone 83414, 83417 






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CHEMICAL 



INDUSTRIES 

LIMITED 

LONDON - ENGLAND 



Represented by : 

IRAQ CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES CO. W.LL. 

Sadoon St., BAGHDAD 
Tel. 80604 — P.O. Box 2020 



Short cuts 

for 
engineers 



Chemicals and know-how from ICI save time and labour 

in many engineering processes. To degrease metal 

components (everything from car bodies to hypodermic 

needles), engineers use ICI trichloroethylene, 

a chlorinated solvent. Now ICI scientists have modified 

this chemical so as to solve another problem : 

how to dry metal quickly, after electro-plating, 

to a bright finish. Trisec' D, used in ICI drying plants, 

sweeps water off the surface of such articles as 

cigarette lighters and powder compacts, leaving them dry 

and completely stain-free without any hand-polishing. 




ICI's production of chlorine derivatives is only one 
facet of its manufacturing programme. From more than 
100 factories throughout Great Britain come 
12,000 chemical and allied products, ranging from 
medicines and dyestuffs to plastics and petrochemicals, 
from paints and weedkillers to fertilizers and synthetic 
fibres. And ICI's marketing organization brings these 
products to almost every country in the world. 



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(Goethe-Institute) 

GERMAN LANGUAGE COURSES 

( Elementary Intermediate, Advanced ) 

JANUARY 2 - 11, 1966 

MARCH 20 — APRIL 3, 1966 

SEPTEMBER 20 — OCTOBER 2, 1966 

LOCATION: Near Nasr-Cinema 
Telephone 8 7 4 9 1 



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Baghdad Tels. : 81274-82740 



Refrigerators 

Air Conditioners 

Washing Machines 
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Will be glad to render their services 

to the Reverend Fathers and Students 

of al-Hikma University 




for Air Sea and Land Travel 

• 
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Our Office is opposite Baghdad Hotel 

Telephone: 81431,2,3 — 82014 





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Endurin g as Swedish Steel 



From mountainous Bergslagen and 
desolate Lapland, Swedish iron ore 
travels down the sea lanes to the 
blast furnaces of the world. But 
much of the purest ore is reserved 
for Sweden's own famous steel- 
makers such as Fagersta, Udde- 
hclm and Sandvik. Here the ore is 
transformed into pedigreed Swe- 
dish Steel — prized around the 
world for endurance. 
Swedish business machines are also 
prized around the world for their 



enduring quality. You will find 
them everywhere. And the odds 
are that the Swedish business 
machines you see most often are 
from Facit of Sweden. 
This is because Facit of Sweden 
is one of the world's leading 
manufacturers of business mach- 
ines, with exports to 130 countries 
— a truly international company, 
permanently on duty wherever 
you live. 



Calculators • Typewriters • Adding 
Machines • Duplicators • EDP Equipment 

SWEDISH ORIENTAL Co. 

BAGHDAD, IRAQ 
TEL. 84819 




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Placticizer for concrete and 
mortar — Sternson N. V. R. 

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Cement Paints. 



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THE IRAQ SCIENTIFIC CO. W.L.L. 



P. O. BOX 287 

BAGHDAD 

IRAQ 



Tel. : 93926 



Cable : SCIENCO 



Sole Representations of Leading Manufacturers as : — 



Soiltest Incorporated U.S.A. 

General Biological Supplies U.S.A. 

Precision Scientifiic Co. U.S.A. 

Ward's Natural Science. U.S.A. 

Central Sientific Co. U.S.A. 

A. Gallenkamp & Co. England 

Cambridge Instruments England 

George Kent Ltd., England 

Philip Harris Ltd., England 

Hilger & Watts Ltd., England 

C. F. Casella & Co. Ltd., England 

W. & T. Avery Ltd., England 

Aerogen Company Ltd., England 
Down Bros, and Mayer & Phelps Ltd., England 

British Drug Houses. England 

H. Reeve Angel & Co. Ltd., England 

Endecotts (Test Sieves) Ltd., England 

James A. Jobling & Co. Ltd., England 

Quickfit & Quartz Ltd., England 

G. H. Zeal Ltd., England 

LKS — Produkter A.B. Sweden 



Engineering & Lab. Equipment for testing earth products 

Biological, Zoological & Botanical Supplies 

Laboratory Equipment. 

Geological Specimens & Equipment. 

Chemical & Physical Apparatus. 

General Laboratory Furnishers. 

Medical, Scientific & Electrical Instruments. 

Measuring & Control Equipment. 

Physical Apparatus. 

Surveying & Scientific Instruments. 

Meteorological Instruments. 

Material Testing Machines. 

Petrol Air Gas Generators. 

Hospital Equipt. & Surgical Instruments. 

Laboratory Chemical & Reagents. 

Whatman Filter Papers. 

Test Sieves 

Pyrex Brand Glassware. 

Ground Joint Glassware. 

Thermometers & Hydrometers. 

Scientific & Lab. 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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Chemical sat your service in any of the following 
industries and many others : — 



TEXTILES 

DETERGENTS 

TANNING 

SOAP 

MINER WATERS 

WATERWORKS 

PHOTOGRAPHIC 

PLASTICS 

COSMETICS 

GASES 

BREWERIES 

DAIRIES 

REFRIGERATION 



PAINT 

FUMIGATION 

GLASS 

CEMENT 

SHOE 

MATCH 

RUBBER 

METAL DEGREASING 

ETC. 

ETC. 

ETC. 



THE IRAQ CHEMICAL 

INDUSTRIES CO W.L.L. 

SAADOON St. P.O.B. 2020, Tel.: 81135-80604 



IRAQ CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES Co. W.L.L. 

Importers and Manufacturers' Representatives 

Suppliers to Government Departments, Factories 

and Public Organizations of the following : 
Heavy and Fine Chemical, Water Treatment Chemicals, 
Chlorine and Ammonia, Agricultural Chemicals, 
Insecticides and Refrigerants, Laboratory Equipments, 
Paints and Dyestuffs, Plastics and Compounds 
Tanning Materials Solvent and Additives, 
Hardware & Non-Ferrous Metals 
The Company also holds, locally, a Big Variety of Laboratory 
Equipments and Instruments suitable for Colleges, Labora- 
tories and Pharmacies at Reasonable Prices. 

Please call on, write to, or telephone : 

IRAQ CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES CO. 

Saadoon St., Baghdad 
Tel. : Main Offices : Showroom : 88643 




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IRAQ ENGINEERING WORKS Co. L.S.C. 

BAGHDAD 

Established in 1948 — Capital ID 500,000/— 
Include among their products 

AIR COOLERS 




Matches the best 
imported Air Coolers 

for 

QUALITY 

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Available for 1966 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. : 8524? 
Works: Karradah. Tel. : 92016-92017 



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TECHNICAL PAINTS MANUFACTURING CO. W L.L. 

Main Office: Kubba Building • Saadun Street ■ Baghdad 

Telephone: 87826 

P.O. Box No 2011 
Company factories: Hay Tamim, Abu-Ghreib 
Telephone: 25 



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THOMAS PEHINTHNG PEE 

58/177, Ras aI Qarja BAGHDAD 



TeIep^ones Press : 80787 




CAblES : SaItom - BAqhdAd 



You can believe us if you try us once. 
PROMPT DELIVERY CLEAN PRINTING MODERATE PRICES 

Our Motto is P.R.E.S.S. 

Promptness 

Regularity 

Efficiency 

Satisfaction 

Service 







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Processing and Printing 

Coloured Cine and Still Films 

Saadoon Street 

Near Unknown Soldier 

Baghdad 




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Finest Iraq Date Products 

Manufactured by poineers in the Iraq 
Date Industry 



ORIGINATORS OF THE FAMOUS 

ASFAR'S DATE CUBES » 

AND OWNERS OF THE WORLD KNOWN 

BLACK SWAN BRAND » 

Some of our Numerous Products Include: 

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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MODERN WORKING UTENSILS FOR 
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PROGRESS IN 
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A. W. FABER-CASTELL 

STEIN BEI NURNBERG 

UNDUETSCH TRADING CO. (IRAQ) W.L.L. 

ABU NAWAS STREET 

NEAR AL-JUMHURIYA BRIDGE 

Tel. 86364 - 88878 

BAGHDAD - IRAQ 



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CRESCENT PHOTO STORES 

A.ABB0SH&C0. 

354/1 RASHID STREET BAGHDAD 




AGFA OPTIMA REFLEX 24x36 




AGFA MAGNETONBAND PE 65 




AGFA MOVEX AUTOMATIC 




AGFA COLOR CT18 

AGFA ISOPAN FILM 



CAMERAS OF WORLD 
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FILMS 

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AGFA SELECTA 24x36 




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AGFA COLOR CT 88 SP 



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TO THE 

AL-HIKMA UNIVERSITY 



BAGHDAD 



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JETHABHAI GOKAL CO. 
GOKAL MERCANTILE CO. 
GOKAL AGENCIES CO. 



EXPORT — IMPORT — SHIPPING 



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Direct flights from BAGHDAD to LONDON, BEIRUT, BAHRAIN and BOMBAY 

For more details of BOAC services from Iraq 
see your Travel Agent or BOAC. Baghdad: Tel. 86446 - Basra: Tel. 7286 - Kirkuk: Tel. 2805 



ALL OVER THE WORLD BOAC TAKES GOOD CARE OF YOU 






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Seven-Up 

the all-family 
drink! 





Next time you feel thirsty reach for a chilled bottle of crystal clear 
Seven-Up. Pour it gently. See it sparkle in the glass. No wonder people around the 
world claim thirsts were made for Seven-Up. The delicate blend of pure lemon 
and lime oils with just a hint of sugar makes Seven-Up the perfect "fresh-up" 
drink for the whole family. For a quick, refreshing lift— 

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Complete Line of 

EARTH MOVING & ROAD BUILDING 

EQUIPMENT - 




ALUS - CHALMERS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



WHEEL TRACTORS, CRAWLER TRACTORS 

MOTOR SCRAPERS, MOTOR WAGONS 

MOTOR GRADERS, TRACTOR SHOVELS, 

SCRAPERS, DOZERS, PUSHERS, RIPPERS, ROOTERS, SNOWPLOUGHS, SHEEPSFOOT 

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




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United States Steel 



ALLOY STEELS-OPEN HEARTH AND ELECTRIC 
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. 




GENERAL MOTORS 

CORPORATION 

DIESEL ENGINES GENERATING SETS AND MOTORS. 



SOLE 

TECHNICAL 

MUASKAR AL-RASHID 

Cables: "DIESEL" Baghdad. Phones: 



AGENTS 

WORKS 



Mosul Branch 



Manager 91468. 

BN AL-ATHEER STREET — 



Co. 

BAGHDAD 

Office 90118 - W I Shop 90119 



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Sole Agent in Iraq 



D. J. MARMARDJI 

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




«STENOR» Vulcanizing 

Machines for Tyre & 

Tube repairs 



Dealer in Diesel Engines 
Generating Plants, Water 
Pumps, Electric Motors 
Batteries, Garage Equip- 
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with a complete pilot's computer. This wrist chronograph with logarithmic 

calibration was designed for pilots, radio operators, navigators, etc. 

The Navitimer is sturdy and foolproof, guarded against accidents due to 

mishandling. 

The Navitimer is recommanded by the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' 

Association (AOPA) for use by its members. 

Breitling, watchmaker since 1884. 



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Our Factory manufactures Steel Cupboards for Kitchens according to sizes and colours required; 
also other Steel equipment necessary for Offices, Doctors' Clinics, as well as Steel Doors, Windows 
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IRAQ SPORTS 

Contractors to the Ministry of EDUCATION & DEFENCE 
Manufacturers Representatives, Importers & Distributors 




Tape Recorders, 

Shavers, 

HI-FI Amplifier 

Swimwear, 
Shirts, 

Travel Goods, 
Novelties, 



Telephones : 83929 
89355 
92479 



Tailors, Merchants & Department Store 
Rashid Street — BAGHDAD — Iraq 



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WHETHER YOU TRAVEL FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE 

ORIENTOURS 

WILL SOLVE ALL YOUR TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES 

Travel - Tours - International - Transport - Shipping - Forwarding - 
Foreign Exchange - Customs Clearance - Air Freight 

Head Office 

445/1 Rashid Street, Baghdad - IRAQ, — Phones Nos. 81251-84253-87751 

Cables : "ORIENTOURS" — Branches : ! ^TSTS " SSV^ 

( BASRAH - MOSUL 

Agents & Correspondents : THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 
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ST. JOSEPH'S RESIDENCE 



Superior's Residence, and House of 
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Superior of Jesuits in Iraq : 

Rev. John J. Williams, S.J. 



Administrator : Rev. James P. Larkin, S.J. 

Address : Rawaf Street. Box 2144 

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Telephone : 80772 

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President : Rev. Richard J. McCarthy, S.J. 

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

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

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The 1965-66 Football Team had a very successful season. Games were 
played with Commerce College, Orosdiback, Air Force, Army Medics, 
Basra University, Mosul University, and other outstanding teams. Mr. 
Wilson Benjamin, a fine coach, gave generously of his time, experience, 
and competitive spirit. "Practice makes perfect" is our motto! Watch out 
for us next year ! 




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FOOTBALL TEAM 

1965-66 

Left to right: Coach Wilson 
Benjamin, 
Raman Dick, 
Muwaffaq Amin, 
Nabil Francis, 

Antranik 

Garabedian, 
Albert Baba, 
Nijad Fattuhi, 
Salah Saigh, 
Dhia Elias, 
Sargon Warda, 
Ahmad al -Jamil, 
Nuri Askar, 
George Vartanian, 
Ashur Dick. 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 1965-1966 

Left to right : (Rear) Fr. Kelly, Coach, Jamal 
Yusuf, Albert Baba, Mahir al- 
Naimi, Ahmad al-Jamil. 
(Front) George Yanni, Suhail Chilmiran 
Amer Korkis, Edwar George, 
Nabil Shuniyya, Emmanuel 
Francis, (absent, Khalid Kilano) 



BASKETBALL 



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Who is in charge here ? 



The 1965-66 Basketball season was highlighted by a trip 
to Basra where our courtmen were most successful. In the 
Iraq Inter-Collegiate League Al-Hikma has a good chance 
of reaching the finals. The team that practices most ac- 
quires championship skills. May the Al-Hikma courtmen 
prove themselves champions ! 






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VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

1965-1966 

Back row : Nabil Francis, 
Muwaffaq Amin, Zahir Abbosh 
Nijad Fattuhi, Nuri Askar. 

: George Yanni, 
Allaa Hussein, Suhaib Chilmiran, 
Sal ah Saigh, Jamal Yusuf, Mahir 
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Fakhri Yono 
Jamil Eizer 

Nubar Keresdjian 
Jack Sawdayi 
Hamid Attisha 




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Scholarships. This is done through competitive examinations at the University in June. Factors carefully weighed 
before Scholarships are definitely granted, are the following : the University Examination results, the Government 
examination results, relative financial need, as well as character conduct reports. 

Scholarships available at present are : 

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FRESHMAN GULBENKIAN 
SCHOLARS 

VlLMA QARIN 

Salman David 
Irma Parhad 

Richard Obadiah 
Rachel Victor 



SOPHOMORE GULBENKIAN 
SCHOLARS 

Nasrat Adamo 
Athir Battah 

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George Dallal 

Michael Simonian 




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DEAN'S LIST 

First Semester, 1965 - 1966 



First Honors 3.85 - 4.00 


4.00 


Hatim Hatim 


4.00 


Nazan Kirdar* 


4.00 


Sudha Kohli* 


Second Honors 3.70 - 3.84 


3.84 


Emil Somikh 


3.84 


George Dallal 


3.82 


Moshi Dallal 


3.82 


Rachel Victor* 


3.81 


Ivy Rabia* 


3.81 


Najiyah Ghafil* 


3.80 


Talib al-Tamimi 


3.76 


Prithviraj Talwar 


3.71 


Dhafir Elias 


Third Honors 3.50-3.69 


3.68 


Hamid Attisha 


3.67 


Nasrat Adamo 


3.65 


Vilma Qarin* 


3.63 


Laurette Shina* 


3.62 


Muwaffaq Shayouta 


3.60 


Ferial Mussaffi* 


3.60 


Nasir al-Farisi 


3.57 


Antranik Kalustian 


Honorable Mention 3.00 - 3.49 


3.47 


Laila Tuma* 


3.47 


Premjit Talwar 


3.47 


Richard Obadiah 


3.44 


Anas al -Shaikh Ali 


3.44 


Nabil Faraj 


3.44 


Nadia Muallim* 


3.44 


Nadim Adil 



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Cardinal Cushing Scholar 
Nuri Thomas 



3.44 


Percy Sequeira 


3.41 


Christine Gabbai* 


3.40 


Fatina Harridi* 


3.39 


Irma Parhad* 


3.35 


Muna Ghazala* 


3.33 


Jamil Eizer 


3.33 


Xuri Thomas 


3.30 


Jack Sawdayi 


3.29 


Diana Sequeira* 


3.26 


Mahir al-Xaimi 


3.26 


Yvette Atraqji* 


3.25 


Anita Kapur* 


3.22 


Basim Bahura 


3.19 


Muna Papazian* 


3.19 


Samir Xakkar 


3.18 


Samir Awn 


3.12 


George Yanni 


3.10 


Yusuf Dabbi 


3.09 


Nubar Keresdjian 


3.09 


Sudad Stephan 


3.06 


Ala An tun 


3.06 


Kawthar al-Jazairi 


3.05 


Hrant Keresdjian 


3.05 


Najib Antwan 


3.00 


A-Rahman Kamil 


3.00 


Alfred A-Azir 


3.00 


Awni Said 


3.00 


Juliet Sulaiman* 


3.00 


Linda al-Ani* 


3.00 


Mervin Burbv 


3.00 


Nabil Adil 


3.00 


Nijad Fattuhi 


3.00 


Yvette Lawi* 




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Second Semester, 1964-1965 



irst Honors 3.85 - 4.00 


4.00 


Fawzi Bassam 


4.00 


Fawzi Habib 


4.00 


Jamil Eizer 


3.91 


Mahir al-Naimi 


3.88 


Emil Somikh 



Second Honors 3.70 - 3.84 

3.84 Prithviraj Talwar 

3.81 Vivian Shina* 

3.80 Talib al-Timmimi 

3.76 Hamid Attisha 

3.76 A-Rahman al-Kamil 

3.74 Jack Sawdayi 

3.72 Muwaffaq Shayouta 




Holy Cross Scholar 
Dhafir Elias 



Third Honors 3.50 

3.68 
3.67 
3.67 



3.69 

Nabil Faraj 
Dhafir Elias 
Mundhir Nairn 



3.65 
3.63 



Laila Tuma* 
George Dallal 



Honorable Mention 3.00 - 3.49 

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3.42 Sami al-Banna 
3.40 Nasir al-Farisi 




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Jamila Lawi* 


3.39 


Nasrat Adamo 


3.38 


Premjit Talwar 


3.38 


Nazan Kirdar* 


3.33 


Fakhri Yonu 


3.31 


Alfred A-Azir 


3.26 


Adnan Behnam 


3.26 


Yusuf Dabbi 


3.24 


Ferial Musaffi* 


3.24 


Sirun Apel* 


3.20 


Fatina Hamdi* 


3.19 


Yvette Lawi* 


3.18 


Ishu Geddu 


3.16 


Hilal Simhairi 


3.14 


Nubar Keresdjian 


3.14 


Najah Akkam 


3.11 


Habib Metti 


3.06 


Christine Gabbav* 


3.05 


Zaid al-Awqati 


3.00 


Freddy Johnny 


3.00 


Wilson Benjamin 


3.00 


Fuad A-Latif 


3.00 


Nijad Fattuhi 


3.00 


Anand Mohindra 


3.00 


Juliet Sulaiman* 


3.00 


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