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REV. FREDERICK W. KELLY, s.j. 



The education and training of engineers is one of the major requirements for the 
development of Iraq, and Father Frederick W. Kelly, as Dean of the School of Engi- 
neering, has made a remarkable contribution to this vital need. Gifted with a reservoir 
of scientific knowledge that permeates the entire curriculum, he is eminently qualified 
to teach a variety of subjects and direct a program of studies that leads to perfection 
in the engineering profession. His insistence on high scholastic standards, combined 
with a sympathetic understanding of the academic problems of student life, have won 
the admiration and respect of all who have shared his counsel. But the bond of friend- 
ship between Father Kelly and the student body, fashioned in the classroom, was 
strengthened by his enthusiastic participation in the athletic events and religious 
activities of the University, and by his personal interest in the development of our 
character. Our association with him at Al-Hikma University has been a profitable 
milestone in our lives, and we are indeed privileged to register our tribute here and 
to express our lasting gratitude to him for his exemplary leadership during our 
Student days. 



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rev. leo j. Mcdonough, s.j. 




It is a pleasure for the Class of 1967 to record on this page its heartfelt 
gratitude to Father Leo J. McDonough for his instruction, his guidance, and his 
friendship during our four years at Al-Hikma University. The spirit of generosity and 
the selfless dedication which characterized all his endeavors on our behalf have inspired 
us with profound sentiments of affection and esteem. The classroom, the social activi- 
ties, and the athletic program are indebted to his enthusiastic direction and tireless 
efforts. Obligations that were exacting, responsibilities that were onerous, and the 
routine of school life were for him a source of exhilaration, and a cheerful smile and 
helping hand were the hallmarks of his character. As Dean of the School of Business 
Administration he has brought to his new office a wealth of experience, the fulness 
of his talents, and his warm understanding of the student body. We have been the 
beneficiaries of his labors during the past four years, and we leave the University 
with the fervent hope that his principles and ideals may be mirrored in our future lives. 




REVEREND RICHARD J. McCARTHY, S.J. 

President al-Hikma University 




The Academic 
Vice-President's Message 



Dear Graduates of 1967, 

Where will you be in the year 2,000? 

You may smile at the question. You may 
picture yourself as old, old men or women 
by then. But why ? By that date you will 
still be comparatively young, only 33 years out of college ! 

As you enter the year 2,000 you will undoubtedly look back on your years at Al- 
Hikma. You may even page through this very yearbook. If so, a flood of memories 
will surge up in the heart of each of you, stiring your soul to its depth, and 
giving to your mind the clarity and warmth of a vision that cuts through what is 
superficial to penetrate to the heart of things. 

" What contribution has Al-Hikma University made to me ? ' Undoubtedly 
this is one question that will arise within you, and with it, another: "What 
contribution have I made to others ? " 

We, \t Al-Hikma University, hope that we have opened your minds to wisdom 
in an atmosphere of faith, of academic discipline, and of fraternal union. We 
hope, too, that you will open your lives in wisdom to the service of your fellow 
men, in a spirit of faith, intelligence and union. 



JOSEPH L. RYAN, S.J. 

Academic Vice-President 





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ABDUL-REHMAN AMIR AL-KAMIL 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Basra's gift to the Al-Hikma campus, Abdul-Rehman 
is a man of many talents. He excelled in the class- 
room, at tennis, and was the mainstay of the weight- 
lifting club. S.A.M. and debating were his principal 
outside activities, although at times he could be 
found listening to jazz or to Arab songs. He expects 
to become a chartered accountant in London. 




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ADIB HINDI 

Kirkuk, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Beneath a serious exterior Adib hid a well-spring 
of fun and frolic. He was a member of the sodality, 
who also enjoyed football and volleyball. He read 
much while listening to soft music. He hopes to 
study concrete in the USA. 





AFAF ASKAR 
Baghdad, Iraq 



B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 



Afaf will go down in Al-Hikma history as the third 
woman to receive her engineering degree. She 
was a hard worker, and well deserves such an honor. 
For relaxation she liked to swim, travel, and drive 
her car. You should see her coin collection. Her 
future plans are to work for a private company 
after graduation. 







AHMAD AL-JAMIL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Ahmad is the class athlete who also enjoys parti- 
cipation in outside activities. He was a prominent 
member of S. A.M., and took part in dramatics. 
He will be noted for his prowess on the basketball 
and volleyball courts. He enjoyed tennis, track 
and swimming. With an eye on the social circuit 
he will travel into business life. 





CLASS OF 1967 




ANAHID MINASSIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Persevering amiable Anahid joins the growing 
list of lady engineers. She worked hard and long 
for her degree. She made many lasting friends 
while at Al-Hikma. She will miss the canteen, the 
library, the laboratory, which she will exchange 
for work with private industry in Iraq. 




ANTRANIK YERWAND ADAMIAN 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A popular figure on campus was Antranik. He 
was a faithful member of S.A.M. As a change of 
pace from studies, he busied himself with music, 
swimming, and table-tennis. Reading, drawing, 
and chess, he saved for the quiet hours. He will 
continue studies in concrete design abroad. 





ARMEN SOSSIKIAN 

Kirkuk, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Beneath his beatnik beard unconventional Armen 
possessed a skill for accuracy and detail. He was 
a member of S. A.M., and the social club. He in- 
dulged occasionally in intramural sports, when 
not reading or playing chess. His ambition is to 
become a chartered accountant. 




ARSHAM MIRZIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 



Suave competent Arsham had the mind of a phi- 
losopher, and the acumen of a business man. He 
enjoyed S.A.M.'s visits to business concerns, and 
liked outdoor philosophic discussions. He kept 
fit by participating in intramural sports, when not 
reading or playing chess. He would like to become 
a chartered accountant and work in Iraq. 






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AYMAN BASHIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Able Ayman was elected president of the debating 
society with unanimous approval. He was a charter 
member of S.A.M.. His hobbies include tennis, 
ping-pong, swimming, reading and music. After 
studies in industrial management in the USA, he 
will return to work in Iraqi industries. 



AWNI RASHAD SAID 

Jerusalem, Jordan 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Hard working Awni conquered all his courses 
with acclaim. He was a member of the senior en- 
gineering society, and of the science academy. 
When not working on H.U.T. (Hikma Tribune) 
he could be found playing volleyball, or ping-pong, 
or listening to good music. He will continue studies 
in concrete structures. 






DAVID ABDUL-NABI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Durable David enjoyed the heights of scholarship 
while at al-Hikma. He excelled in tennis, swim- 
ming, and basketball. He loved a good book and 
good music. He desires to study reinforced concrete 
in the USA. 



CLASS OF 1967 




DLEIR MOHAMMAD ABDUL-RAHMAN 

Sulaimania, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

With his ready smile and generous spirit Dleir 
was a delight to have on campus. He enjoyed work- 
ing on H.U.T., reading and playing chess. He is 
a man who will return to the land and use his 
engineering degree to develop farmland in Sulai- 
mania. 





DHANANJAY LAXMAN DUGAL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Dhananjay devoted much of his time to study 
and sports. He was a faithful member of S.A.M., 
and of the social club- Intramural sports kept him 
physically fit for a go, now and then, at cricket. 
He liked to travel by train, and to collect strange 
coins. He has yet to decide on studies in the Near 
East or India. 




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EDWARD GEORGE 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Ever-ready Edward was an able debater, as well 
as an excellent forward on the basketball team. 
He was an all-around sportsman who liked to trip 
the light fantastic on the dance-floor. After gradua- 
tion he will join the businessmen of Baghdad. 





EMMANUEL FRANCIS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Emmanuel was ever willing to extend generous help 
and to do a magnificent job no matter what the 
task : dramatics, sports, debating, social club. He 
was outstanding on the basketball team, and in 
the cage for the footballers. No one wanted to 
run the longer distances in track with him for fear 
of defeat. After completing his military service 
he will work in Baghdad. 




ESTHER JOHN BADAL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A.B. in English 

Quiet serene Esther radiated a spirit of calm and 
efficiency. Her many friends on campus will miss 
her after June. She was a steadfast member of the 
yearbook staff and of the philosophy circle. She 
played volleyball and basketball with vigor. Read- 
ing, singing, and music she lists as her hobbies. 
Her plans call for further studies in educational 
psychology in the USA. 





CLASS OF 1967 



FAKHRI JAMIL BOURACHI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Fakhri is a prime example of a fine fellow once 
met, and never forgotten. He sharpened his scien- 
tific judgment in the math and engineering clubs, 
and articulated those judgments in debate, and at 
the cinema club discussions. He was addicted to 
tennis, swimming, and jazz music. After experience 
in the field as an engineer he hopes to pursue 
studies in structural design either in America or 
the UK. 





FAKHRI WADE YONU 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

One of our outstanding Gulbenkian scholars Fakhri 
enjoyed the admiration of all. He was a faithful 
sodalist, and an ardent debater. His other activities 
include membership in the scientific, philosophic, 
and engineering clubs. For relaxation he played 
ping-pong, and read much. His ambition is to 
study structural design in the USA. 





FARIS NASIR THOMAS 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

A serious student whose attainments speak for 
themselves, Faris enjoyed his years at Al-Hikma 
to the full. He was a member of S.A.M., and of 
the sodality. Football and track were his best 
sports. He loved music and travel, and expects to 
travel to the USA for a master's degree in industrial 
management. 




FERIAL MUSAFFI 



Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Ferial has always been among the first. She has 
been first in her class; has entered the state of 
matrimony first. And she is the first to assure us 
of population for the class of 1 984. When not busy 
at the books, and at home, she finds time for a 
game of tennis, or ping-pong. She wants to pursue 
the study of languages. 






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FREDDY E. AL-ANI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Fast driving Freddy has set a furious pace while at 
Al-Hikma. He has pursued his studies with ardor 
and success. For a change of pace he played ping- 
pong and volleyball. He reads much, and listens 
to the best in music. His ambition is to set speed 
records in whatever he does. He wants to continue 
his studies in reinforced concrete abroad. 



FOUAD HANNA 

Jerusalem, Jordan 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Jordan's contribution to the Al-Hikma campus 
is a reliable reticent man. Fouad played well at 
football, and relaxed in the swimming pool. He 
enjoyed a picnic, a hunt, and reading. He will 
work for a year to gain experience, and then go for 
graduate studies to the USA. 






FUAD JACOB 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Well-balanced Fuad flew to campus each day on 
his faithful motorcycle. He was an all-around 
sportsman from track to weight-lifting. Boxing 
and wrestling kept him fit for study. He ambitions 
a future in the study of steel designing in the USA. 



CLASS OF 1967 




GEORGE HAIK 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A genial gentleman at all times, George accom- 
plished much in all his endeavors. His favorite sports 
were tennis, basketball, and volleyball, and occa- 
sionally, baseball. He liked to read history and to 
know the facts. He will, probably study highway 
engineering in the USA or UK. 





HABIB SIMON GABRIEL 

Basra, Iraq 

B. Sc. in. Civil Engineering 

Habib was one of the happiest men at Al-Hikma. 
He enjoyed great success in his studies and in 
sports. He participated in many activities includ- 
ing S.A.M., debating, the science club, and the 
cinema group. His love for travel will take him 
to the University of Sydney, Australia for highway 
engineering. 




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HAMID PAULUS ATTISHA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Always a class leader Hamid will go far in all his 
ambitions. When not in lab., he could be found 
on the volleyball or basketball courts. He enjoyed 
all sports and films about sports. Music soothed 
him. He will apply for higher studies in structural 
design in America. 





HANAA SALMAN AL-DELOOMY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

One of the most popular personalities on campus, 
Hanaa won many friends and established lasting 
friendships. She was an officer in S.A.M., and a 
prominent member of the social club. She played 
a good game of tennis, and volleyball. For relaxa- 
tion she read the best, or planned decorating. She 
plans further studies abroad. 




HATIM ASKAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

The strong silent type, Hatim will prove that still 
waters run deep. He was a great sport's enthusiast, 
with football his finest sport. He has an enviable 
stamp collection, and reads much history. After 
graduation he will be a resident engineer in Baghdad. 





CLASS OF 1967 




HAZAR H. SHEMDIN 

Zakho, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Under her quiet demeanor Hazar hides a volatile 
nature that can erupt in kindness and charity. She 
was an ace photographer for the yearbook, and 
a regular member of S.A.M. For exercise she 
indulged in swimming, tennis, and volleyball. 
She intends further studies after a taste of work 
in Baghdad. 




HAZIM AL-UMAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

This handsome gentleman spent four happy years 
at Al-Hikma. Hazim added skill and finesse to the 
volleyball team, and was outstanding in baseball 
and track. Music delighted him. He hopes to attend 
graduate classes in the USA. 





HENRY ISHU 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Henry's quiet unassuming manner belies a steady 
determination to succeed over all obstacles. He 
was a member of S.A.M., and of the debating 
society. He played an exciting game of football, 
and occasionally could be seen on the tennis court, 
or at the ping-pong table. He will continue studies 
in accounting in the USA. 




HILAL OHAN STEPHAN 



Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

An industrious and determined student Hilal had 
a very successful career at Al-Hikma. His activities 
outside class included S.A.M., and debating, tennis 
and volleyball. He read, listen to music, and sang 
with gusto. He will study sanitary engineering in 
the USA. 






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HRATCH KOUYOUMDJIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Serious and resolute Hratch worked hard and 
long for all he attained at Al-Hikma. He was a 
ready debater, and an intramural sports enthusiast. 
He had a flair for dramatics and music. He is deter- 
mined to continue his studies of concrete in the 
USA. 



IMAD KHUDHIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Science and space have always intrigued Imad. 
He was a devoted member of the math club, and 
of S.A.M., and the science club. Intramural sports, 
especially volleyball and tennis, kept him in shape 
for study and sports. He hopes to travel to America 
for graduate studies in methods of construction. 






IMAD KIESO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

High-spirited and quick 7 witted Imad made many 
lasting friendships at Al-Hikma. When not found 
at table tennis, he could be discovered in the 
library behind the heaviest books. His stamp 
collection is one of the best. He expects to work 
in Baghdad and later study highway engineering. 



CLASS OF 1967 




INTISAR YOUSIF NASSIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Quiet unobtrusive Intisar pursued her studies 
with steady success, while radiating serenity and 
contentment. She was a member of S. A.M., truly 
interested in management. When not walking on 
campus, or at the canteen, she was in the library 
reading the best in literature. She will join the 
business managers of Baghdad. 





IYAD FATHI SAID 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Iyad was a most interesting and capable classmate. 
Science and mathematics were his favorite pur- 
suits. He worked out occasionally at intramural 
sports with emphasis on volleyball. He will try to 
master concrete design in the USA. 




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JACK SAWDAYEE 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Whenever the Dean was making up his list of 
scholars he always included the name of Jack 
Sawdayee. He excelled in debating. He also found 
time for the science club, for weight-lifting, swim- 
ming, music, and much reading. After graduate 
studies in construction design, he will work for 
a local firm. 





JAMIL EIZER 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Another accomplished scholar and gentleman was 
Jamil. He was a Gulbenkian scholar with a myriad 
of interests : S.A.M., yearbook, camera club. For 
the quiet hours he preferred chess, music and 
reading ; for the active hours tennis or ping-pong. 
He will strive for a master's degree in economics. 




JOHNNY ALBERT BURJONY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Genial Johnny will be remembered and missed 
by all at Al-Hikma. He was a faithful sodalist 
sincerely interested in people. He was a member 
of S.A.M., the senior engineering society, and the 
cinema club. When not listening to music he was 
reading a detective story for relaxation. He will 
study soils or road construction for a master's 
degree. 





CLASS OF 1967 




JULIET SULAIMAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Fair Juliet was the delight and joy of the campus. 
She enjoyed music and philosophy. She played 
a good game of volleyball and tennis. She will be 
remembered for her wit and chatter. New York 
will welcome her to graduate studies for a master's 
in education. 




JUNAYA AL-BAYAA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Though slight of stature Junaya was strong in 
influence, and won many friends at Al-Hikma. 
She enjoyed a S.A.M. visitation to local business 
firms. Ping-pong, reading, and bench-chatter were 
favorite occupations. She wishes to do further 
studies in business administration. 





KAWTHAR NAZHAT 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

To the growing list of lady engineers Kawthar's 
name must be added. She worked long and hard 
for her degree. She took a little time out for tennis, 
music, and reading. She made a hobby of sewing. 
To obtain a higher degree in structures in England 
is her ambition. 




LAYLA GEORGE TUMA 



Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Layla could always be found in animated conver- 
sation with the others of her class. She enjoyed 
philosophy and a good debate. She was always 
ready for a picnic, as well as a game of tennis or 
badminton. After attaining a master's degree in 
English she expects to teach. 






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LILIAN BASHIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Lovely Lillian was quiet and demure in class and 
on campus. She often made the Dean's list. Mem- 
bership in S.A.M. she coveted. In season she could 
be found swimming, or playing tennis, or listening 
to music. She wants a master's degree in statistics 
before entering the business world. 



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LINDA AL-ANI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Linda was a leader from her freshman to senior 
year whose intelligence was admired by all. She 
and her brother Freddy have set many enviable 
records while at Al-Hikma. She enjoyed a game 
of tennis, and the reading of a good book. Further 
studies in accounting beckon her on to the USA. 






MABLE GOODSIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Mable's quiet unassuming appearance hides a 
creative personality that has won her many lasting 
friends. She has made a hobby of painting, and 
collecting antiques. Classical music soothed her. 
She was a member of S.A.M., and the music club. 
Her work as summer secretary in the Admissions 
office has prepared her well for work in Baghdad. 



CLASS OF 1967 




MUFID HASSO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Efficient steady Mufid will carry the Al-Hikma 
mold well. He was a prominent member of the 
sodality for four years. His hobby was a game of 
scrabble or chess. His plans call for military service 
before he starts his engineering career in Baghdad. 





MUFID SABBAGH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Genial and masterful Mufid had a most successful 
career at Al-Hikma. He enjoyed all intramural 
sports with special preference for weight-lifting. 
He claims great equestrian skill. The quiet hours 
he filled in with reading and music. He plans further 
studies in soils or concrete, probably in England. 




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MUNA H. HASSO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Industrious diligent Muna drove to campus each 
morning from Hindiya. She made many friends 
at Al-Hikma. Her membership in S.A.M. she 
coveted. Reading the best in literature, and listen- 
ing to classical music were her means of relaxing. 
Her future is at present undecided. 





MUNIB MURAD AL-SHAIKH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Competent cooperative Munib in his quiet mild- 
mannered way won countless friends on campus. 
He was a yearbook representative, and a member 
of S.A.M. Intramural sports and socials broke up 
his study routine. He will study for a master's 
degree in statistics. 




MUNTHIR MAHMOUD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Munthir has an international outlook which ac- 
counts for his varied activities. He worked on the 
Al-Jamii magazine, and was a devoted member 
of S.A.M. He towered above others on the volley- 
ball court, and in swim trunks. His love of travel, 
study, and people lead him to study international 
economics. 





CLASS OF 1967 




MUWAFFAQ SAID DINNO 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Always ready for a good debate Muwaffaq made 
his jovial presence felt on many occasions. He was 
an active member of S.A.M. His love for organiza- 
tion shines forth in his coin collection, and in his 
stamp album. He plans to continue his studies for 
a master's degree in industrial management. 




NABIL ADIL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Everyone's friend Nabil was a popular figure on 
campus. He was an ace photographer who rose to 
be editor-in-chief of the yearbook. He participated 
in debate, drama, S.A.M., and the music and 
philosophy clubs. His winning javelin throw 
crowned his track career. He will study for his 
master's degree abroad in business administration. 





NABIL YUSUF TOMINNA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Nabil comes from a long line of husky athletes, 
and has added his share to the family sports success. 
He was an anchor man on the track team with his 
shot-putting, discus throw, and javelin toss. He 
kept fit by weight-lifting and tennis. He plans a 
career as an hydraulics engineer. 




NADIM PETER ANTOON 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Dependable friendly Nadim rates high on the 
popularity scale. He was most active on campus 
in S.A.M., dramatics, and the sodality. For a 
change of pace he indulged in swimming, tennis, 
and reading. His stamp collection is one of the 
best. His future studies are yet to be decided. 






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NADIRA NAIM MATTAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Nadira was her natural self at all times. She worked 
hard to start the first campus newsletter H.U.T. 
Her activities were most varied : tennis, volleyball, 
ping-pong for exercise and fitness; reading, paint- 
ing, and piano for cultural outlet. She will do 
further study, and hopes for a career in the diplo- 
matic corps. 



NAJAH AKKAM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Najah always had a flair for the unexpected. He 
delighted in a good debate, and participated in 
all activities of the engineering society. He couldn't 
pass the ping-pong table without lifting a racket. 
His desire is to study structural design in England. 






NAJLA TAWFIQ QASSIR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Najla has a penchant for poetry and travel. She 
will go far. She enjoyed flights of fancy in the music 
club, and in her reading. On occasion she played 
some tennis, or ping-pong. Further studies in 
psychology might occupy her future in America. 



CLASS OF 1967 




NAJLA RASSAM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Najla has found her station in life even before 
graduation. She has spent four happy years at 
Al-Hikma, and will spend a lifetime of happiness 
in the state of matrimony. Dramatics and debating 
acclaim her. Child psychology will be the next 
thing she masters. 





NESREEN ZAYYOUNA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Nesreen is another who added glamour to engi- 
neering. She more than held her own in debate, 
and took delight in S.A.M.'s tours. She loved to 
sew while listening to good music. She will strive 
for a degree in architecture, probably in England. 




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NIDHAL JAWAD AHMED 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Few and far between are the precious people like 
Nidhal who quietly influence others. She loves 
to listen, and to help. Her interests run to S.A.M., 
volleyball, and ping-pong. For the future she is 
ready to work immediately after graduation either 
in Baghdad or Hillah. 





NUBAR KERESTEDJIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Tall in talent and wit Nubar was designed for 
great heights. His scientific bent led him to the 
science club and to the engineering society. His 
business instinct was satisfied in S.A.M. Restless 
energy was worked off in debate and in the hy- 
draulics research unit. He will go on for a master's 
degree in structural engineering. 




NURI ASKAR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Every class benefits by having strong steady de- 
pendable members. Nuri more than made his 
presence felt in class and on the football field, 
as well as the basketball and volleyball courts. 
When not collecting proverbs he was on a junket 
with the social club. He declares his future is in 
work with the government. 





CLASS OF 1967 




QURAISH YUSUF 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Quiet but resolute Quraish was always a man of 
purpose and decision. He planned many a stage 
production, and was a prime-mover in starting 
the Al-Hikma University Tribune. His interests 
run to football, baseball, and classical music. After 
military service he will pursue graduate work in 
civil engineering abroad. 




RAJAA AL-SHALCHI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Rajaa has been remarkable for her steady, even 
disposition, and all-around helpfulness. She was 
always in attendance at music club sessions. Tennis, 
travelling, and reading filled out her leisure mo- 
ments. Painting and learning foreign languages 
are among her accomplishments. Her future is yet 
to be decided upon. 





RASHID AL-RUMANI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Rashid was ever-ready for business or pleasure. 
He helped to prepare H.U.T., and was prominent 
in the social club. Debating and S.A.M. accounted 
for his other activities. Possessed with all the quali- 
fications of a good accountant, he will explore 
further studies along that line in London. 




RAVENA TOMA 



Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Ravena's fine competitive spirit has won her many 
medals on the field of track, and in the estimates 
of her classmates. She has worked hard, and has 
been able to smile through many hard situations. 
S.A.M., the social club, and all athletic teams 
claim her membership. She plans to work for a 
private company in Baghdad immediately after 
graduation. 






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RAZMIK KHACHADURIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Razmik has been the envy of his class for a long 
time. His prominent position as head of the male 
section of L.A. has brought him many blessings. 
He debated with the best, and grouped with the 
most sociable and philosophical. He enjoyed intra- 
mural sports and read much. If he doesn't pursue 
a master's degree in English he will work here 
in Baghdad. 









RIADH AWAD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Thoughtful generous hard-working Riadh was one 
whose judgment was always respected by all. He 
played a good game of football, and swam with 
ease. Saturday's S.A.M. outings always found him 
present. His plans call for persevering study to 
become a chartered accountant. 






SAAD ABDUL-RAHMAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Strong steady Saad has persevered through his 
courses to reap the reward of his degree. His inter- 
ests varied from S.A.M. , to the science and mathe- 
matics clubs. Any sporting event would find him 
present, either as a participant or spectator. Arabic 
music soothed him. Graduate studies in concrete 
design are his future plans. 



CLASS OF 1967 




SAADI AL-JUBOORI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Soft-spoken Saadi has been much appreciated by 
all at Al-Hikma. His steadiness and perseverance 
have been admirable. He enjoyed all sports, mostly 
as a spectator. He was a member of the senior 
engineering society. Chess and reading were his 
forms of relaxation. After military service he wants 
to work in Baghdad. 





SALAM ABDUL-WAHAB MIRJAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

A man with a mind for detail Salam emerged as 
an accomplished engineer. He was the epitome 
of an Al-Hikma gentleman, interested in all and 
everything. He was a member of S.A.M., and of 
the science club. A workout at intramural sports 
kept him in good condition. After further studies 
in civil engineering abroad he will return to work 
in Iraq. 




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SALWA JABBOUR 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

For her senior year Salwa added a course in cooking 
and housekeeping to her engineering courses. She 
showed up well in debate and on S.A.M. excursions. 
She enjoyed her years at Al-Hikma to the full. 
After graduation she will work in Baghdad as a 
lady engineer. 





SAMI YOUSIF SHUNIYYA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Sami was always full of suggestions which often 
enough proved most helpful. He coveted his mem- 
bership in S.A.M. , and on the yearbook staff. When 
not tinkering with a car he played a passable game 
of basketball. He plans to promote the Iraqi econo- 
my as a statistician when he acquires his master's 
degree. 




SASSON FRANK 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Sasson was a spirited and competent member of 
the class. He was strong in track and swimming. 
The intramural sports program will miss his en- 
thusiasm. His musical tastes range from classical 
to jazz. He will join his brother David as a twin 
engineer combination. 





CLASS OF 1967 




SHAMIL FRANGOUL 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Shamil may be small of stature but is known for 
his giant accomplishments. He was most prominent 
in the senior engineering society, but could be seen 
everywhere on campus, at the ping-pong table, 
playing tennis, or supporting with his presence 
all sports programs. He hopes to continue his 
studies abroad. 




SHIRAM SURIN KOJAIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineer 

Pleasant and affable at all times Shiram won the 
admiration of all for consistent persevering per- 
formance. He played an excellent game of tennis, 
and participated in intramural sports. Music and 
reading gave him pleasure and profit. He hopes 
to study abroad and then return to work in Iraq. 





SHIRLEY MURAD AL-SHAIKH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Beneath Shirley's silent demeanor stirs a soul of 
thoughtfulness and kindness. She will be greatly 
missed from campus. She preferred the quiet 
interests of listening to good music, or profitable 
reading. Her future plans are undecided but Iraq 
will be the better for her presence and contribution 
to progress. 




SHLAIMUN IBRAHIM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

An industrious and determined student Shlaimun 
won all his battles with the books. He was a member 
of S.A.M. who enjoyed all outings. He played an 
admirable game of football. Swimming, basketball, 
music, and fishing were his other diversified 
interests. He plans further study in Australia. 






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SIROON APEL VARJABEDIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Amiable Siroon cast a long shadow on campus that 
will be sorely missed. She was a willing cooperative 
worker for S.A.M., the social club.and the yearbook. 
Philosophy intrigued her. She carried the volley- 
ball, basketball and tennis teams to great heights. 
She will study either philosophy or accounting 
abroad. 






SU'DAD J. STEPHAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Practical resourceful Sudad was the man behind 
many activities. He participated in debating and 
in the senior engineering society programs. He 
was a senior editor of H.U.T. A workout on the 
track kept him in shape for further work. He 
expects to study structures in England. 






TAFAOL GEORGE SLIM 

Baghdad, Iraq 

A. B. in English 

Artistic talented Tafaol enjoyed every year at 
Al-Hikma. She was an ardent debater, and a 
thoughtful member of the philosophy club. When 
not reading, swimming, or listening to music, she 
enjoyed a game of volleyball. Her desire is for 
philosophic studies in America. 



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CLASS OF 1967 



TAHIR BAZIRGAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

The man whose great presence is felt everywhere 
at all times is Tahir. His humour and quick wit 
have made many a project prosper. He is president 
of S.A.M., and a member of many clubs including: 
social, camera, and debating. He is senior business 
manager of the yearbook. His strong support for 
all activities has been greatly appreciated. He 
seeks further studies abroad in business adminis- 
tration. 





VIVA SALIH ZAKI TAWFIQ 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Vivacious Viva has contributed beauty and wit 
to her accomplishments in the field of engineering. 
The debating society, S.A.M., and dramatics have 
been enhanced by her presence and performance. 
She enjoys tennis and swimming, and a good book 
on philosophy. She has not yet decided to continue 
her studies abroad. 




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WAFAA DAUD 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Versatile artistic Wafaa has beautified the campus 
by her presence and by her paintings. She was an 
active member of S.A.M., and of the social and 
debating clubs. She will be remembered for her 
dramatic presentation of Cleopatra. She plans 
studies in management in the USA. 





WALID FARAJ 
Baghdad, Iraq 



B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 



Hard-working Walid wound up near the top of 
his class. An outlet for his zeal was the science 
club. He sharpened his eye on the basketball court, 
and at the ping-pong table. Swimming, music, 
and reading were other forms of relaxation. Grad- 
uate studies in concrete in America will occupy his 
immediate future. 







WASIM AL-MALAIKA 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Witty Wasim has won over all obstacles in his 
quest for a degree. He glories in the science club. 
He was a firm supporter of intramural, sports, and 
of other university programs. Reading, music, and 
tennis were outlets for relaxation. He hopes to 
continue studies in the USA for a higher degree 
in reinforced concrete. 





CLASS OF 1967 



WIAM NAJIB AL-SHABKHOON 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Wonderful Wiam from Wazeria has fulfilled an 
ambition in life : her degree as a lady engineer. She 
was vitally interested in research and newswork 
(H.U.T.) She participated in S.A.M., the engi- 
neering society, and debating. Painting, ping-pong, 
and photography were other interests. She will 
study abroad for a higher degree in structural 
design. 





YERCHANIK MINASAKANIAN 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Unique Yerchanik was the versatile artistic member 
of the class. He dealt with dramatics, debating, 
yearbook, and H.U.T. He worked off excess energy 
on the track. Painting, reading, swimming, and 
letter-writing were his hobbies. He has not decided 
where he will continue his study of reinforced 
concrete. 





YOUSIF DABBY 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Yousif has the happy sense-of-balance of a juggler. 
His activities were legion : engineering society, 
debating, music, science, yearbook, photography, 
philosophy, and H.U.T. He was the first to publish 
his research on hydraulics. He will also be remem- 
bered for his dramatic presentations. He ambitions 
higher studies in structural design in the USA. 




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ZAHIR ABBOSH 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Business Administration 

Zahir had a zest for the latest joke, and for a humor- 
ous recital. He was outstanding in dramatics, in 
S.A.M., and the sodality. He was a fine athlete 
and excelled in tennis. Music and swimming were 
his forms of recreation. He wishes to further his 
knowledge of manufacturing management. 





ZAID AL-AWQATI 

Baghdad, Iraq 

B. Sc. in Civil Engineering 

Zaid was a steady dependable member of the class 
who applied himself seriously to whatever the task. 
He was an ardent supporter of intramural sports, 
and of all Al-Hikma activities. He will study for 
a master's degree in a phase of civil engineering he 
is yet to choose. 




To the Graduates of 1967 




Rev. Leo J. McDonough, S.J. 



On the day you graduate, you find yourself 
on another plateau. That is what graduation means, 
isn't it ? You have mounted a greater distance 
than just another rung on a ladder or a step on 
a stairway. 

In your ascent in life, you are climbing something that has dimensions more 
like a mountain. After a few years you will look back at the gentle slopes and 
green valleys of youth, and see them from another perspective. Then the thorns and 
ruts and small obstacles on your path upwards will appear as part of an ideal 
picture. 

The rest of the way will not be easy ; but we hope that the conditioning 
and the brief experience of University life have trained you take the future in 
stride. The rewards will be similar. Hard work will bring high marks: moderate 
endeavor, average results. 

Tou will soon be called upon to exercise leadership. Do not shirk this 
duty. Noblesse oblige. Nobility begets obligation towards your country, your fami- 
lies, your school, and your fellow men. While you are working to maximize 
profit, do not minimize the great benefit you can bring to others. Good luck and 
God bless you. 

Leo j. Mcdonough, s.j. 

Dean of School of Business Administration 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Faraj Abdulahad 
Economics, Finance 





Rev. Leo J. McDonough, S.J. 

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Mr. John T. Cummings 
Mathematics 



Dr. Lucien Curtis 
Economics, Banking 



Dr. Samuel Fox 
Marketing, Management 



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Mr. Saleh R. al-Hadbai 
Accounting 



Dr. Abdul-Razzak Abdul -Wahab 
Business Law 



Dr. Mohammed S. al-Mahdi 
Economics 



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Rev. D. Andrew Maloney, O.S.B. 
Philosophy 





Mr. Mufid Mirza 
Auditing 



Mr. Moaffaq H. Ridha 
Business Law 






Mr. Kadhim Sharbati 
Insurance 




Mr. Nijyar Shemdin 
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Vivian Azzu 




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Rev. Frederick VV. Kelly, S. J. 



Since the Age of Stone, human progress has 
been conditioned by your professional forbears. By 
them have been rendered usable to mankind Na- 
ture's vast resources of material and energy. By 
them have been vitalized and turned to practical 
account the principles of science and the revela- 
tions of technology. Without this heritage of accumulated experience ', your 
future efforts will be feeble indeed. To really be an engineer you must follow 
closely in their footsteps. Like them., you should take deep pride in your profession. 
You should be ready, when needed, to give your skill and knowledge without re- 
servation for the public good. Tou should resolve to give the utmost in performance 
and fidelity to one who has engaged your services, as employer or client. To your 
fellow engineers you should pledge a life of integrity and fair dealing, tolerance 
and respect, and devotion to the standards and the dignity of your profession ; 
with the consciousness, always, that your special exper truss carries with it the ob- 
ligation to serve humanity with complete sincerity. This is what it is to be an 
engineer. This is the charge that I give to you today. 



Frederick W. KELLY, S.J. 
Dean of School of Engineering 



SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 




Rev. Frederick W. Kelly, s.j. 
Engineering 





Dr. Younathan You'ash 
Geology 



Dr. Hatif Jalil 
Chemistry 




Mr. Saadi Dabuni 
Physics 







Mr. Mi mia/ A/.i/. 
Physics Laboratory 



Mr. Frank D. DeFalco 
Engineering 



Rev. Charles H. Rust, S. J. 
Mathematics 



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Mr. Jibrail Rumaya 
Soils 



Dr. Rufail Rumaya 
Surveying 



Mr. Samuf.l Rumaya 
Construction 





Mr. Garabet Zulumian 
Chemistry Assistant 






Dr. Orabi Zawbayi 
Mathematics 



Mr. Muwaffaq, Simaani 
Engineering 



Dr. Ihsan Sholgi 
Sanitation 



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Mr. Talib Mahmud Ali 
Mathematics 





Mr. Noel Emmanuel 
Physics Laboratory 



Mr. Mahdi Omran Issa 
Surveying 




Mr. Sami Andrea 
Graphics 





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Mr. Medhat Fadhil 
Engineering 



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



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Dr. Baqir al-Ghita 
Irrigation 



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




Rev. Leo J. Guay. S.J. 

Engineering, Chemistry 





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Engineering, Physics 




Mr. Jochen Langer 
Engineering 




Mr. Peter Markho 
Mechanics 




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Edward Butros 




Harytun Avedisian 




Muhammad Hamid 




Premjit Talwar 





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Nabil Lawi 




Sabih Georgis 



Waliu Dabuni 




Namir Chilmiran 




Samir al-Khashab 




Zuhair John 






A-Halim Muiiid 




Ali al-Haddad 




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SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 




Mr. Nicholas J. Cafarelli 
English 




Sister Edward Cecelia, C. S. J. 
Educational Psychology 




Sister Mary Golumba, i.h.m. 
English 



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Rev. William D. Ibach, S.J. 
On Leave of Absence 









Brother Germain Faddoul, C. S. C. 
Philosophy, English 




Mr. Stephen C. Griffin 
English 



Dr. Inad Ghazwan 
Arabic 



SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS 




Mr. Daniel P. Jamros 
English 




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Rev. Joseph A. MacWade, S.J. 
Theology 




Rev. Stanley B. Marrow, S.J. 
Theology 





Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 
Student Counsellor 




Ri v. Docci.as A. McDonald, S.J. 
Sociology 





Miss Najat H. Raphael 
English 



Mr. John Rossi- tti 
English 



ARABIC INSTITUTE 







Rev. John J. Donohue, S.J. 
Arabic Studies — Director 



Mr. Faraj Raffouli 
Arabic Institute 



Rev. John P. Banks, S. J. 
Arabic Studies 






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Rev. Thomas J. Hamel, S.J. 
On Leave of Absence 



Rev. Francis H. Belcher, S.J. 
Arabic Studies 



Rev. Vincent Mansur 
Arabic Studies 



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SODALITY OFFICERS AND COUNSELLORS 

Under the moderating guidance of Father F. Kelly and Father J. Mac- 
Wade the Sodality met each Saturday evening at the Christian Cultural 
Center. The elected Board of Officers consisted of: 



Fakhri Yono 


Prefect 


Nazar Qashat 


Vice-Prefect 


Hamid Attisha 


Secretary 


Samir Shamaan — 


Treasurer 




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Edward Faiq and Fakhri Yono plan Sodality strategy with Father MaeWadc and Father Kelly 

Under various Committees: namely - - Bulletin Board (Muayyad Jabri) - - Catechism (Dhafir Flias) Lectures 
(Hamid Attisha) -- Library (Samir Shamaan) — Pamphlets (Nasrat Adamo) -- Poor Collection (Makram al-Shaikh) 
— Mass (Johnny Burjony) - - Sports and Socials (Nazar Qashat), the Sodality numbered amongst its accomplish- 
ments: 1. A study of liturgical and religio-ethical problems. 2. Organizing the University Poor Collection. 3. Days 
of recollection. 4. Teaching Catechism. 5. Tutoring program for those weak in studies. 6. Promoting Christian 
Unity. 7. Promoting a fun and field day for orphans. 8. Painting a Church in Baghdad. 





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Editor-in-Chief, Nabil Adil 




Hazar Shemdin 



Yousif Dabby 



Azhar Shemdin 



Class Representatives 



Nabil Adil 





Tahir Bazirgan 

Business Manager 



Jibran Yousif 



Nadim Zabuni 



Mr. Wayil Hindu, Assistant Moderator 



BUSINESS STAFF 






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Makram al-Shaikh 
Cartoonist 



Habib Matti Hannona — Artist 



ARTISTIC STAFF 



Romeo Gewargis 
Artist and Photographer 



Class Representatives 





Planning Committee 





Officers of S.A.M. 



Visit to Alpha factory 




Addressing Audience before Tomlinson Lecture 





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CINEMA CLUB 



Fr. Cote, 
Moderator 



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The Cinema Club of Al-Hikma was organized to train students 
to discern in the motion picture the good or bad, the artistry, or 
the lack of it. Through the viewing of many films the Club has 
endeavored to capture a variety of the multiple uses of the motion 
picture, and to emphasize the astounding potential of film 
techniques. 



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The Music Club is an informal gathering of students who 
appreciate fine music. Interested students meet regularly in one 
of the University's classrooms to listen to recordings, and to discuss 
the music played. Thus a greater appreciation of good music is 
achieved. 

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





Usam Zeyyouna, Layout Editor 



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The Al-Hikma University Tribune, H.U.T., is a campus magazine which 
is issued every other Monday. It consists usually of 16-18 pages (both Arabic 
and English). 

The Editorial Board does all the work from selecting the articles submitted 
by the students to selling the magazine. 

Many other students helped the Board. We mention here for commendation 
Samir Alwan who did all the handwriting for the magazine, and all the class 
representative who sold the magazine to their classmates. 

This is the first time that Al-Hikma University has a regular campus mag- 
azine. The Editorial Board would not like to see it stop next year when four 
of its members will have graduated. Some reliable students from Freshman, 
Sophomore, and Junior years were appointed to the Board during the second 
semester in order to train them, and to introduce them to the difficulties 
they will encounter when they take over the magazine next year. 




I ahir Bazirgan. Printing Editor 



Tafaol Slim, Treasurer 



Su'dad Stephan, Distribution 




OFFICERS WITH MR. JAMROS, MODERATOR 

Top row: Su'dad Stephan, Salwa Jarrah, Fakhri Yono. 
Seated : Mr. Jamros, Ayman Bashir, Najah Akkam. 

Lucid thinking by our students is the prime aim 
of the Debating Society. Speakers have to fashion 
original arguments employing evidence and logic and 
focussing upon a precise point. Unlike Al-Hikma's 
other cultural activities, debates are competitive - - a 
circumstance which stimulates each debater to refine 
the cogency of his reasoning and the clarity of its 
arrangement. By delivering his argument to an audience, 
the debater also improves in elocution and address. 




TOPICS COMMITTEE 

Jack Sawdayee, Azhar Shemdin, Prithviraj Talwar 



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HYDRAULICS RESEARCH PROJECT 

The summer of 1966 witnessed a very noticeable activity at the Hydraulic 
Laboratory of Al-Hikma University. Two Research projects were conducted 
in Hydraulics dealing with : 

1 . Investigations on the seepage of salt-water into wells in the proxi- 
mity of an ocean or sea. This research was carried by Jack Sawdayee 
and Nubar Kerestdjian. (HRU 1) 

2. Experimental investigations on model overflow spillways. 
This research was carrried by Wiam Najib and Yousif Dabby (HRU 2) 

Both projects were directed by Mr. Qais Fattah, the Hydraulics 
Instructor at Al-Hikma University. The end result was two ex- 
tensive dissertations which compiled the data and conclusion of 
these projects. 

This type of research work was being done for the 
first time at Al-Hikma. The success it had and the great 
benefit the participants derived from it, as well as the in- 
creased interest in such projects, all point to the 
necessity of continuing this work further in the 
coming summers. 



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Jack Sawdayee, President, Mr. Qais Fattah, Moderator 
and Awni Said, Secretary-Treasurer 



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SENIOR ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

The Senior Engineering Society met regularly 
under the genial direction of Mr. Qais Fattah. Jack 
Sawdayee, President, and the Planning Committee 
arranged many projects for research and for display. 



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The Science Club is designed for the better students of 
Junior Engineering interested in later graduate studies. To 
join the club they must have a special interest in science, 
and have a high scholastic average. In their weekly meetings 
of the first semester the members designed and built tran- 
sistor amplifiers, oscillators, and radios. They became quite 
fascinated with the transistors they were working with. In 
the second semester they will study and run our two ana- 
logue computers. 

The members are : 

Dhafir Elias, Emile Somikh, Edward Butros, Heskel 
Asian, Mundhir Thomas, Premjit Talwar, Yvette Atraqji, 
A-Hadi a-Amir, Georges Dallal. Louis Shallal, Nasrat 
Adamo, Sirpuhi Apel, Alfred A-Azir. 




Fr. William Larkin, Moderator 




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DIRECTORY OF JESUIT INSTITUTIONS IN IRAQ 



ST. JOSEPH'S RESIDENCE 



Superior's Residence, and House of 
Arabic Studies 



Superior of Jesuits in Iraq : 
Rev. John J. Donohue, S.J. 



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Administrator : 

Address : 

Telephone : 

Telegram : 



Rev. James P. Lark in, S.J. 

Rawaf Street. Box 2144 
Bettaween, Baghdad, Iraq 

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IRAMEDA BAGHDAD 



President 

Administrator 

Treasurer 

Dean 



AL-HIKMA RESIDENCE 



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

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

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

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



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Telephone 


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President 


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John A. Carty, S. J. 


Administrator 


: Rev 


Joseph D. Quinn, S. J. 


Treasurer 


: Rev. 


Thomas J. Kelly, S. J. 


Principal 


Rev. 

Box. 


Harold R. Powers, S.J 


Address 


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Office of President 


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Office of Administrator 


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Office of Principal 


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Office of Treasurer 


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Abbosh Studio 142 

Adil School 156 

Alladin Travels 114 

Armstrong Builders 104 

Ardath Watch 159 

Artin Krikorian 104 

Asfar Dates 145 

Baghdad News lkb 

Baghdad Tours 130 

B.O.A.C 134 

Calor 13b 

Canada Dry 117 

Concrete Works Factory.. 112 

Dairy Plant 102 

Eastern Distillery 144 

Faber-Castell 153 

Facit 118 

F & Tawfiq Yonan .... 105 

Farqad al-Salman 150 

Ferida Beer 108 

Fixit 106 

Forster-Sabbagh 137 

German Institute 105 

Gokal Co 133 

Hanna Shaikh Transport. . 121 

Hassan Al-Katib 157 

Hilal Co 155 

Ibrahim Saad & Fils .... 116 

Imprimerie Catholique . . 138 

I.C.I 107, 123 

Iraq Engineering Co 127 

Iraq Scientific Co 122 

Iraq Tobacco Co 124 



Iraq Sports 143 

Iron Industries 129 

Ismail Al-Rudaini 121 

Kassir Trading Co 146 

Kirdar Roofing Co 114 

L.I.A 132, 147 

Mahdi Qanbar Agha 119 

Manuel Matossian 121 

Marmardji 139 

M.E.A 149 

Mission Orange 120 

Nineveh Travels 156 

N.C.R 158 

Omega 126 

Orientours 144 

Orosdiback 154 

Pan-Am 148 

Percy Sequeira 145 

Photo Gaby 130 

Photo Sport 110 

Pepsi Cola 125 

Rafidain Paint Co 115 

Salon Georges 113 

Seven Up 135 

Sinalco 117 

Sumer Tours 145 

Swissair 109 

Technical Paint 128 

Technical Works 151 

Thomas Press 130 

Tonietti Optical 103 

Zenith Watch 140 




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REGISTRATION: DECEMBER 27 — JANUARY 3, 1967 

MARCH 21 — MARCH 28, 1967 

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



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Backed by nearly 100 years experience in 
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Technical Slide Rules 

Engineer's Slide Rules 

Circular Computers 

DRAFTING INSTRUMENTS 

Scales and Straightedges 

Triangular Scales 

Circular and Semi-Circular 
Protractors 

Navigation Protractors 

MATHEMATICAL AND GEODETICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Planimeters of all Types 

Small Surveying Instruments 
Coordinogra phs 

Sole Distributors : 

LEON KOUYOUMDJIAN & CO. 

FIXIT HOUSE, Saadoon Sir., Alwiya 
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TANNING 

SOAP 

MINER WATERS 

WATERWORKS 

PHOTOGRAPHIC 

PLASTICS 

COSMETICS 

GASES 

BREWERIES 

DAIRIES 

REFRIGERATION 



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FUMIGATION 

GLASS 

CEMENT 

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MATCH 

RUBBER 

METAL DEGREASING 

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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 : 

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HOME APPLIANCES 




COMPLETELY DEPENDABLE 

ADVANCED STYLING 
BUILT FOR LONG LIFE 
CONVENIENT TO USE 
SERVICE GUARANTEED 
NEEDED PARTS STOCKED 



DISTRIBUTORS I. J. SAAD & FILS 

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desolate Lapland, Swedish iron ore 
travels down the sea lanes to the 
blast furnaces of the world. But 
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makers such as Fagersta, Udde- 
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transformed into pedigreed Swe- 
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enduring quality. You will find 
them everywhere. And the odds 
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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- 
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— a truly international company, 
permanently on duty wherever 
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Calculators • Typewriters • Adding 
Machines • Duplicators • EDP Equipment 

SWEDISH ORIENTAL Co. 

BAGHDAD. IRAQ 
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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, 
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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 : — 



Soiltcst Incorporated U.S.A. 

General Biological Supplies U.S.A. 

Precision Scientific 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 

LKB — 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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LONDON - ENGLAND 



Represented by : 

IRAQ CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES CO. W.L.L. 

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



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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 
J 00 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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BAGHDAD 

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when other medias 
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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 

WORKMANSHIP 

FINISH 



Available for 1967 summer season in all sizes 
2000 cfm. to 15000 cfm. 

OTHER PRODUCTS 

Steel desks — Cupboards — Filing cabinets — Steel shelving — Office chairs — 
Tubular Furniture — Aluminium and steel ladders — 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 
Works: Karradah. Tel. : 92016-92017 



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TECHNICAL PAINTS MANUFACTURING CO. W.LL 

Main Office: Kubba Building ■ Saadun Street ■ Baghdad 

Telephone: 87826 

P.O. Box No 2011 
Company factories: Hay Tamim, Abu-Ghreib 
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Tel: 91633. Office & Factory 
Tel Moh'd. Bgd. 

Tel: 83870. Show Room 

Opposite Sindibad 
Cinema. Saadoon St. 



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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58/177, Ras aI Oarja BAGHDAD 
TeIep^ones Press: 80737 
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 
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Processing and Printing 

Coloured Cine and Still Films 

Saadoon Street 

Near Unknown Soldier 

Baghdad 



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TRAVEL & SHIPPING 

KHEDERY BUILDING - MUAASKER RASHID ROAD 

KARRADAH AL-SHARKIAH 

OPPOSITE SHTORA HOTEL 

TEL. 95959-95559 



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Samarra, Ashur and Hatra. Baghdad 

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BAGHDAD 



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GOKAL MERCANTILE CO. 
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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 



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the quick-quenching power 
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L. FORSTER & SABBAGH COMPANY 

436/1 RASHID STREET BAGHDAD - IRAQ 



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SOLE REPRESENTATIVE OF 

Chance Brothers Laboratory Glassware 

May & Baker 



Chas. Thackray 
Ethicon 

Eschmann Bros. 
Portland Plastics 
Beiersdorf 



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Chemicals 

Surgical Instruments 

Surgical Ligatures 

Surgical appliances 

Surgical Appliances 

Plasters and Cosmetics 



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RASHID STREET SOUTH GATE 
BAGHDAD IRAQ, 
Tel. 83951 
SOLE DISTRIBUTOR IN IRAQ FOR: 



Manufacturer Address 

Hawker Siddeley International 
Group 

— Brush Electrical Engi- Loughborough 

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Mirrlees National Ltd. Stockport 

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Hawker Siddeley (Canada) Ontario, Canada 
Stothert & Pitt, Ltd. Bath, England 

India Tyres Ltd. London, England 



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Wharton Crane & Hoist Co. 
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P.S.G. Industrial Institute. 

Desoutter Brothers Ltd. 

Crypton Equipment Ltd. 



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Stockport 
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Coimbatore, S. India 

London 
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Somerset 
England 



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Transformers, Switchgcar, Motors, 
Alternators, Fuse gear, Control 
Equipment etc... 

Marine propulsion and auxiliaries, 
Industrial Diesel engines, Power 
Generating Plant, Rail Traction... 

Gas Turbines. 

Cranes, and contractors plant. 

Industrial, Agricultural and Auto- 
mobile Tyres, Tubes, Accessories. 

Oils, Lubricants and Anti-Freeze. 

Hand operated and Electric Over- 
head Cranes, Pulleys, Hoists etc... 

Pumps. 

Electrical & Pneumatic Tools and 
Accessories. 

Engine Testing and Battery 
Charging Equipment. 



B. Elliott (Machinery) Ltd. 


London 
England 


Electrical Drills, Lathes Mills, 
Grinders, Shaping Machines etc.- 


Stenor Limited. 


Surrey 
England 


Vulcanizing and tyre repair 
Equipment, Testing Equipment, 
Battery Charging Units etc... 


Versil Limited. 


Yorkshire, England 


Fibre Glass Insulating Materials. 


Edward Taylor (London) Ltd. 


London, England 


Transvault Bullion Security 
Vehicles. 


Kittlerwerk Spezialmaschinen- 
fabrik. 


Vienna, Austria 


Compressors for all purposes. 


Thomas Green & Sons Ltd. 


Leeds, England 


Road Rollers of different types for 
different purposes. 


Pritchett & Gold and E.P.S. 
Company Limited. 


Essex, England 


Batteries. 


I.L.C. di. L. Calcagno 
Eastwood Mill Company. 


Genoa, Italy 
England 


Pumping Sets. 
Blood Banks. 



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CRESCENT PHOTO STORES 

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

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Rashid Street — BAGHDAD — Iraq 



Cables Address : 
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Baghdad 



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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 : i o™^ ' ^? T V r K 

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Members of the WORLD ASSOCIATION OF TRAVEL AGENTS (W.A.T.A) 
Members of the ARAB ASSOCIATION OF TRAVEL AGENTS (A.A.T.A.) 

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Albert Baba 
Ashur Dick 
Dhia Elias 
Emmanuel Francis 
George Vartanian 
Michael Amru 
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Noel Ibrahim 
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Emmanuel Francis 
George Yanni 
Ghassan Hammy 
Khalid Kilano 
Nassir al-Abadi 
Odai al-Tai 
Suhaib Ghilmeran 
Vahe Gharibian 

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DEAN'S LIST 

FIRST SEMESTER 1966 - 1967 



FIRST HONORS 


3.85-4.00 


Hamid Attisha 


3.85 


THIRD HONORS 


1 30 - 3.69 


A-Rahman al-Kamil 


4.00 


George Dallal 


3.85 


N'azan Kiichi 


3.67 


Dhafir Elias 


4.00 


Nasrat Adamo 


3.85 


Nadia Muallim 


[.65 


Emil Somikli 


4.00 






Joseph Tuma 


1.6 1 


Ivy Rabia 


4.00 


SECOND HONORS 3.70 


Mazin Safar 


3.63 


Janet al-Khafaji 


4.00 


Laurette Shina 


3.82 


Nabil Qashat 


3.63 


Layla Tuma 


4.00 


Hatim Hatim 


3.80 


Diana Sequeira 


1.60 


Moshi Dallal 


4.00 


Jamil Eizer 


3.80 


Najiyah Ghafil 


1.60 


Sudha Kohli 


4.00 


Nabil Adil 


3.80 


Sirun .Apel 


3.60 


Yvette Atraqchi 


4.00 


Prithviraj Talwar 


3.80 


Antranik Kalustian 


3.50 


Richard Obadiah 


3.8!) 


Patricia MacGrary 


3.75 


Premjit Talwar 


3.50 


Vilma Qarin 


3.89 


Alfred A-Azir 
HONORABLE MENTION 


3.70 
3.00 — 3.49 






Nazar Yahya 


3.47 


Maristclla Bonian 


3.1!) 


Elias Dallal 


3.06 


Basim Bahura 


3.45 


Mubdir al-Khudhair 


3.19 


Edward Faiq 


3.06 


Alia Susa 


3.44 


Ninus Beddu 


3.1!) 


Albert Sulaiman 


3.00 


Elsi Solomon 


3.44 


Salwa Shentub 


3.19 


Armen Tajirian 


3.00 


Makram al-Shaikh 


3.41 


Daud Jaibaji 


3.18 


Aysir Alla-Werdi 


3.00 


Saleh Shina 


3.41 


Edward Butros 


3.18 


Diana Apel 


3.00 


Anas Shaikh Ali 


3.40 


Luma Saigh 


3.18 


Ferial Mussafi 


3.00 


Fakhri Yonu 


3.40 


Juliet Sulaiman 


3.17 


Fuad Fayyadh 


3.00 


Johnny Barjoni 


3.40 


Najla Rassam 


3.17 


Habib Gabriel 


3.00 


Maysun al-Awqati 


3.40 


Salahadin Bahadin 


3.17 


Hagop Leon 


3.00 


Ezra Chitayat 


3.38 


Tafaol Slim 


3.17 


Hanaa al-Dulumy 


3.00 


Faris Feddu 


3.38 


Nubar Kerestedjian 


3.15 


Intisar Nash 


3.00 


Lina Kouyoumijian 


3.38 


Mazin al-Naimi 


3.14 


Iqdam Mirza 


3.00 


Walid Faraj 


3.30 


Hratch Kouyoumdjian 


3.12 


Jack Sawdayi 


3.00 


Farid Shaya 


3.29 


Iyad Said 


3.12 


Kawthar al-Jazaiii 


3.00 


Yusuf Dabbi 


3.29 


Shamil Frangul 


3.12 


Munthir Nairn 


3.00 


Vivian Ezra 
Yvonne Khalif 
Anita Shlaimun 


3.25 
3.25 
3.20 


Alia Antun 


3.10 


Sabih Matti 


3.00 


Sabih Georges 


3.06 


Shadrak Shabbas 


3.00 


Ashur Zakariya 


3.20 


Saadi Ali 


3.06 


Soukshma Kapur 


3.00 


Edna Yukhanna 


3.20 


Raad Kattula 


3.06 


Usam Sidqi 


3.00 


Esther John 


3.20 


Nabil Lawi 


3.06 


Vivian Shina 


3.00 


Nabil Francis 


3.20 


Linda Mezain 


3.06 


Zaid al-Awqati 


3.00 






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SENIORS 


JUNIORS 


SOPHOMORES 


FRESHMEN 


CARDINAL CUSHING 


Fakhri Yono 


George Dallal 


Mariam Bannor 


Edward Faiq 


SCHOLAR 




Hamid Attisha 


George Yanni 


Rachel Victor 


Latif Ibrahim 


Joseph Finan 




Jack Sawdayee 


Louis Shallal 


Richard Obadiah 


Nabil Qashat 






Jamil Eizer 


Michael Simonian Salman David 


Nazar J. Yahya 


HOLY CROSS I 


Nubar Keresdjian 


Nasrat Adamo 


Vilma Qarin 

SECOND SEMESTER 


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1965 - 1966 


Dhafir Elias 




FIRST HONORS 


3.85 — 4.00 


SECOND HONORS 3.70 - 3.84 


THIRD HONORS 


3.50 — 3.69 


Emil Somikh 


4.00 


Anas al-Shaikh Ali 


3.81 


Yvette Atraqchi 


3.68 


Hatim Hatim 


4.00 


Dhafir Elias 


3.81 


Nabil Faraj 


3.65 


Irma Parhad 


4.00 


Najiyah Ghafil 


3.81 


Richard Obadiah 


3.65 


Ivy Rabia 


4.00 


Antranik Kalustian 


3.79 


Vilma Qarin 


3.65 


Laila Tuma 


4.00 


George Dallal 


3.79 


= Alaa Antun 


3.63 


Nazan Kirdar 


4.00 


Mundhir Nairn 


3.79 


Rachel Victor 


3.59 


Sonja Schoel 


4.00 


Basim Bahura 


3.78 


Nadim Adel 


3.56 


Sudha Kohli 


4.00 


Muwaffaq Shayota 


3.76 


Prithviraj Talwar 


3.53 


Mahir al-Naimi 


3.89 


Nasrat Adamo 
Hamid Attisha 

HONORABLE MENTION 


3.76 
3.73 

3.00 — 3.49 






Diana Sequeira 


3.47 


Nubar Kerestidjian 


3.23 


Ferial Zakkur 


3.06 


Najib Antwan 


3.47 


Percy Sequeira 


3.22 


Muatasim al-Naib 


3.06 


Diana Apel 


3.44 


Sister Sherin 


3.22 


= Nabil Francis 


3.06 


Laurette Shina 


3.44 


Jamil Eizer 


3.20 


Nadia Muallim 


3.06 


Nuri Thomas 


3.42 


Nabil Adil 


3.20 


Alfred A-Azir 


3.05 


Premjit Talwar 


3.42 


Nasir al-Farisi 


3.20 


Jack Sawdayee 


3.05 


A-Rahman al-Kamil 


3.40 


Talib al-Timimi 


3.20 


Su'dad Stephan 


3.05 


Anita Kapur 


3.38 


Suhaib Chilmiran 


3.19 


Ashur Zakariya 


3.00 


Muna Papazian 


3.38 


Shawkat Jazrawi 


3.18 


= Edna Yukhana 


3.00 


Juliet Sulaiman 


3.35 


Jamal Yusuf 


3.16 


Fatina Hamdi 


3.00 


Yusuf Dabbi 


3.35 


Fakhri Yonu 


3.14 


Hanaa al-Dulumy 


3.00 


Muayyad Jabri 


3.33 


Sabah Shaaban 


3.13 


Kegham Minas 


3.00 


Houda Hendow 


3.29 


David Frank 


3.12 


= Khelud Jamil 


3.00 


Sister Joseph 


3.25 


Nijad Fattuhi 


3.12 . 


Mervin Burby 


3.00 


Soukshma Kapur 


3.25 


Jacob Babico 


3.11 


Sirun Apel 


3.00 


Moshi Dallal 


3.24 


Edna Dallal 


3.06 


Tafaol Slim 
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