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AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM 





BAGHDAD COLLEGE 



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AL IRAQI 




PUBLISHED BY THE 

SENIOR CLASS 



BAGHDAD IRAQ 




VERY REVEREND MICHAEL J. McCARTHY, S.J. 

RECTOR OF BAGHDAD COLLEGE 



(Jjedication 



Divine Providence has again blessed us with an inspiring 
leader, a proven administrator, and a man of vision, to guide 
the present and to plan the future of Baghdad College. As a 
manifestation of faithful support and boundless encouragement 
towards all his works for God and man in Iraq, as he 
begins his Rectorship, the 1959 edition of Al-Iraqi i> devotedly 
dedicated to Very Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Entrance of Administration Buildins 





REV. ROBERT J. SULLIVAN, S.J. 

Principal 



REV. THOMAS .1. KELLY, S.J. 

Assistant Principal 



ADMINISTRATION 




REV. JOSEPH P. CONNELL, S.J. 

Administrator 





REV. JAMES P. LARKIN, S.J. 

Assistant Treasurer 



REV. JOHN J. WILLIAMS, S.J. 
Treasurer 



ADMIMSJ RATION 




Mr. Wilson Narsai 
Secretarv 





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ABDUL-HAMID ABDUL-HUSAIN 

A quiet hard working classmate. . .Hamid enjoyed ping-pong and the radio 
when away from his books . . . keenly interested in dramatics . . . mathematics 
and biology fascinated him . . . plans a medical career. 

Dramatic Society. 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





Rev. Sidney M. MacNeii., S.J. 



ABDUL-ILAH AZIZA 

His radiant smile and easy-going manner won him many friends . . . favorite 
sport: basketball ... hobbies : collecting stamps and reading ... preferred 
solid geometry . . . expects to be an army engineer. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; Intramural Sports. 




ABDUL-KARIM MAHMUD 



A serious diligent student . . . always seen on the basketball court before 
school., .and later at the canteen culling the sports news from the paper 
. . . liked mathematics . . . would like to be a petroleum engineer. 

Intramural Sports. 



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AHDUL-MAJII) AL-DAHHAN 

A smiling, well-dressed, busincss-man-in-thc-making. . .has many hobbies 
as an outlet for his great energy: collecting stamps, listening to music, driving 
his car, and attending the cinema. . .favorite subject: book-keeping and 
accounting. . .is looking forward to a career as a business administrator. 

Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mil. Mahmoud Yusuf 



ADIB RUMAYA 

Interested in matters of science. . .math and physics problems kept him busy 
and happy. . .played a fast and clever game of handball and pingpong. . . 
collected stamps in his spare time. . .has selected engineering for future study. 

Sodality; Scientific Society; Debating Society; Sacred Heart League. 





ADIL ELIAS 

To Adil "nothing was impossible". . .on the football field and the handball 
court he excelled. . .his best subjects were physics and mathematics. . .spent 
his leisure moments collecting stamps and listening to records ... has plans 
for a career as a mechanical engineer. 

Intramural Sports. 




ADIL HANNA SHAIKH 

A boarding school student from Basra . . . faithful member of the Sodality 
and Sanctuary Societies . . . quiet and diligent as a student . . . loved a game 
of basketball. . .numbered stamp-collecting among his hobbies. . .will enter 
the world of business after graduation. 

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AKRAM GEORGE 

In his own quiet way, one of the most pleasant members of the class . . . 
enjoyed scientific studies, as well as the quiet of the chapel. . .spent spare 
time reading steadily ... plans further studies in physics. 

Sodality; Scientific Society; Sacred Heart League. 




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ALEXANDER SKENDERIAN 

Based his mood and manner on the motto: "laugh and the world laughs 
with you" . . . inclined to scientific subjects . . . spent spare time constructing 
radios . . . aspires to be an electronics engineer. 

Scientific Society. 



ALI AL-CHALABI 

Many and varied were his interests ... if not debating . . . Ali could be found 
on the sports field ... or at the science meeting ... or working on the Al-Iraqi 
. . . needless to mention his hobby : travelling . . . will advance to engineering 
studies. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; Intramural Sports. 




AMIR KHAYYAT 

This disciple of Shakespeare won acclaim on the dramatic stage. . .excelled 
in debate... was a faithful member of the Sodality. . .answered the call to 
play baseball. . .desires to become an architect. 

Dramatic Society; Debating Society; Sodality; Intramural Sports. 





ARAM TANIALIAN 

A quiet and serious student . . . seen about the campus pursuing answers to 

difficult questions. . .enjoyed a game of chess ... considered chemistry and 

physics his favorite subjects. . .will strive for a future as an airplane pilot. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Football Team; Intramural Sports; 

Track. 



ARSHAK TCHOBANIAN 

One of the tallest members of the class . . . displayed a fine sense of humour 
. . .liked math class. . .spent most of spare time playing sports. . .will venture 
forth into the business world upon graduation from Baghdad College. 

Intramural Sports; Track. 





ASTUR TUFUNKJIAN 

Always seen with a smile on his good-natured face . . . lived by the motto : 
"never lose hope"... when not in school, stamps and music occupied his 
free time. . .an active sports enthusiast. . .future course of studies undecided. 

Track; Intramural Sports. 



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BADI GEORGE 

A talented member of the class ... at home on the stage or during a hot debate 
. . .liked basketball. . .found English and biology most interesting. . .plans a 
career in medicine. 

Sodality; Debating Society; Dramatic Society; Sacred Heart League; 
Intramural Sports; Track. 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





Rev. William D. Sheehan, S,J. 



BAILUS SHAMUN 

An active and intelligent friend . . . likes good music and good plays . . . Arabic 
held a special fascination for him. . .active in sports, especially: swimming, 
football, and track. . .has a burning ambition to be an air force pilot. 

Intramural Sports; Football Team. 




BALIBANI ISHAQ 

Always ready to discuss class matter with his friends at a moment's notice 
...named mathematics as his favorite class subject. . .spent leisure hours 
reading science books. . .versatile on the football field. . .his future course 
leads to mechanical engineering. 

Al-Iraqi Staff; Football Team; Intramural Sports; Track. 




BASIL MARMARCHI 

A fine sense of humor and a big smile won him many friends. . .always 
ready with a joke. . .enjoyed good music and collecting stamps. . .liked basket- 
ball best ... favored book-keeping and accounting. .. hopes to enter the 
business world as an accountant. 

Sodality; Sacred Heart League; Sanctuary Society; Debating Society; 

Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mr. Alfred Nasri 



BASIL NAMAN 

Slight of stature, but mighty of mind. . .interested in scientific studies. . . 
enjoyed a nimble game of badminton . . . selected mathematics as his favorite 
subject. . .has his sights set on a future as a geologist. 

Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 





BASIM ABDUL-AL 

Enthusiastic and optimistic at all times . . . content with the world . . . won 
acclaim on the dramatic stage and on the cinder track. . .a good public speaker 
. . . favored math and Arabic classes most . . . serious about studies in mechan- 
ical engineering. 

Dramatic Society; Elocution Contest; Intramural Sports; Track. 



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DILAWR UTHMAN 

The quiet talented lad from Arbil . . . eloquent and spirited on assigned 
memory . . . favorite sport : basketball . . . spent spare time over his stamp 
collection ... chemistry is listed as his favorite subject. . .expects to enter 
the engineering profession. 

Elocution Contest; Intramural Sports. 



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DIKRAN SARKISSIAN 

Always a popular man with the class ... a loyal supporter of his class team 
. . . often seen around the campus with book in hand . . . relaxed by listening 
to recordings of good music ... favorite subjects: English and physics... 
hopes to make his way in life as an engineer. 

Debating Society; Track; Intramural Sports. 





EMIL SALIM 

A good-natured and very likeable personality . . . played a fast game of hand- 
ball . . . was no stranger to the volleyball court . . . enjoyed good music and 
social events ... his interest in scientific subjects should lead to a future 
as an engineer. 

Intramural Sports. 




FADI ABBOSH 



A resonant voice and expressive features made him a dramatic favorite . . . 
always ready for fun and laughter . . . favorite sport : swimming . . . spent 
many hours listening to music . . . liked mathematics and physics best . . . 
plans to be an electrical engineer or an airplane pilot. 

Debating Society; Dramatic Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; Intramural Sports. 




FAKHRI HURACHI 

A quiet steady member of the class. . .enthusiastic about baseball. . .took 
delight in reading and music. . .faithful member of the Sodality. . .enjoyed 
the problems of geometry and physics. . .hopes to become an engineer. 

Sodality; Dramatic Society; Intramural Sports. 





FAWZI NAJIB 

A wide variety of interests made him a prominent member of the class. . . 
economics held a special fascination for him . . . swimming and driving his 
car occupied much spare time... will make his future as a merchant. 

Sodality; Dramatic Society; Intramural Sports; Track. 



GARABET TABRIAN 

Always a class leader in every respect. . .won many ribbons and testimonials 
for scholarship. . .widely read on all subjects. . .believes in "a sound mind 
in a sound body". . .will strive to fulfill his ambition as a surgeon. 

Scientific Society; Dramatic Society; Debating Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; 
Intramural Sports. 





GARABET ZULUMIAN 

Interested in matters scientific . . . always willing to discuss the homework 
assignments. . .a talented athlete and debater. . .his motto: "work as though 
all depends on you; — pray as though all depends on God" . . . relaxed by reading 
novels and listening to classical music. . .indicated chemistry to be his favored 
subject. . .expects to be a chemist. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Intramural Sports; Basketball Team. 



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GHAITH BARAKATI 

A student with a calm disposition and a flair for basketball. . .often seen 
on the intramural court . . . took great delight in his Arabic studies ... is looking 
forward to entering medical college. 

Track; Intramural Sports. 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





Rev. Joseph G. Fexxell, S.J. 



GHASSAN HASAN 

A retiring quiet person with a rare sense of humor known to his friends . . . 
likes handball. . .spends much time reading the best ... firmly believes: 
"hard work is the key to success". . .lists biology as his favorite subject. . . 
is laying plans to become a doctor. 

Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 



GUY GIRAUD 

A friendly and likeable classmate . . . outstanding on the dramatic stage . . . 
vivacious in class . . . often seen touring the city on his motorbike ... a col- 
lector of precious books and good music ... is happiest in math class . . . 
believes that: "to will is to do". . .wills to be an engineer. 

Sodality; Sacred Heart League; Debating Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; Dra- 
matic Society; Intramural Sports. 




HAGOP GARABET 

Always a cheerful word for everyone. . .prominent in the debating society. . . 
enjoyed discussion on any topic. . .enjoyed listening to good music. . .found 
book-keeping to his liking. . .plans to continue commercial studies abroad. 

Debating Society; Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mr. Elia Yaqub 



HAITHAM AL-RAHIM 

A variety of interests enabled him to enjoy many of the school activities . . . 
tended towards science . . . biology and mathematics were his favorite subjects 
. . .relaxed by watching basketball. . .took pleasure in driving his car about 
the city . . . plans a career as an engineer. 



Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 





HASAN AL-KHUDHAIRI 

A diligent student and consistent testimonial winner . . . possesses a sound 
mind in a sound body . . . has a contagious sense of humor . . . hobbies : riding 
and hunting, .favorite sport: swimming. . .subjects most liked: chemistry, 
physics, botany . . . ambition : to become a doctor. 

Scientific Society. 



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HAWAR ZIAD 

A quiet and capable member of the class . . . always willing to discuss the 
topic of the day. . .enjoyed a game of basketball. . .spent relaxing moments 
with stamp collection, reading, and listening to good music . . . claimed English 
as his favorite subject. . .plans for the future are indefinite. 

Intramural Sports. 




HUSAM ASHKURI 

A warm smile and friendly personality won him many friends . . . often seen 
about the campus in lively discussion ... plays a sweet harmonica ... takes 
his exercise on the tennis court or swimming. . .favorite subject: mathematics 
.... expects to fly high as an aviator. 

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IZZAT HANNA 

A good-natured and popular personality ... followed sporting events with 
evident delight. . .didn't want geometry or physics classes to end. . .played 
a fast game of volleyball. . .relaxed with a good book. . .forming plans for 
mechanical engineering. 

Sacred Heart League; Intramural Sports. 



JACK MALAKI 

A strong and sturdy class athlete. . .roamed the football field with reckless 
abandon. . .enjoyed economics class best. . .spent much spare time listening 
to good music ... is looking forward to a career in the armed forces. 

Football Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 




JOHNNY SHALLAL 

Always seen with a cheerful smile. . .faithful member of the Sodality and 
of the library staff. . .excellent at mathematics. . .played a fast game of ping- 
pong. . .read many books and would swim for relaxation. . .a fond lover of 
wisdom. . .will seek a career as a mechanical engineer. 

Sodality; Sacred Heart League; Scientific Society; Debating Society; 
Sanctuary Society; Library Staff; Intramural Sports. 





JOSEPH KANDARIAN 

A quiet and studious classmate. . .preferred the solid geometry classes to 
all others. . .often seen in lively discussion on the campus. . .enjoyed a fast 
game of volleyball. . .relaxed by reading and pouring over his stamp collection 
. . . desires to become an engineer. 

Intramural Sports. 



J UN AID NAJIB 

His many interests made him a favorite in a variety of circles . . . took great 
pleasure in the study of zoology. . .firmly believed that: "in union there is 
strength". . .when not studying science or preparing a debate, found relaxa- 
tion in his stamp collection. . .will pursue studies for a medical degree. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Intramural Sports. 





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LUAY AL-JAW'AD 

A friendly and likeable classmate. . .won acclaim as an elocutionist. . .enjoyed 
listening to good music. . .took delight in writing poetry. . .favorite subjects: 
geometry and physics. . .will prepare for a future as an engineer. 

Scientific Society; Debating Society; Elocution Contest. 



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MAAN AL-UBAIDI 

A consistent testimonial winner ... a steady student who believes in making 
the most of every opportunity. . .favorite sport: baseball. . .favorite subject: 
commercial law . . . relaxes by studying and writing poetry . . . has ambitions 
to become a great poet. 

Al-Iraqi Staff; Elocution Contest. 



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BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





Rev. Stanislaus T. Gerry, S.J. 



MALCON LEON 

An outstanding athlete and scholar ... at home on the basketball court and 
the baseball field . . . demonstrated admirable qualities on the stage . . . delighted 
all by his violin solos . . . his ability in chemistry and mathematics augur well 
for a career as a chemical engineer. 

Dramatic Society; Debating Society; Basketball Team; Baseball Team; 
Track; Intramural Sports. 



MANUEL JURJIS 

The secondary school pole vaulting champion of Iraq... a deep voice and 
amiable manner won him many friends ... a pillar of strength on the basket- 
ball team . . . favorite subjects : English and Religion . . . believes : "all things 
are possible to those with hope". . .plans a medical career. 

Basketball Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 




MARWAN DAUD 

A quiet pleasant personality won him many firm friends. . .an outstanding 
batter on the baseball team. . .took great delight in all intramural sports. . . 
capable in the classroom ... favorite subject: English. .. spent leisure hours 
reading and listening to good music. . .hopes to become a chemical engineer. 

Baseball Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mh. Yusuf Haddad 



MUNTHAR FRANCIS 

A faithful and devoted member of the Sodality . . . had a keen interest in all 
sports ... outstanding pitcher on the baseball team ... favorite subject: 
mathematics. . .believed in the maxim: "nothing is impossible to the indus- 
trious"... is planning a career as an engineer. 

Sodality; Basketball Team; Baseball Team; Elocution Contest; Track; 
Intramural Sports. 





MUNTHAR KUBBA 

An outstanding scholar and athlete of the class . . . displayed his abilities on 
the dramatic stage; on the debating platform; in the editorial room; and on 
the athletic field. . .knows when to work, and when to play. . .relaxes in the 
swimming pool. . .his liking for mathematics points towards engineering. 

Debating Society; Dramatic Society; Al-Iraqi Staff; Basketball Team; 
Baseball Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 



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MUTHANNA SHANSHAL 

A quiet and studious member of the class . . . interested in all things scientific 
. . . often found discussing worldwide topics . . . favorite sport : baseball . . . 
discovered geometry and mathematics to his liking . . . plans a future in 
chemical engineering. 

Elocution Contest; Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 



MUWAFFAQ ALEXANDER 

A faithful member of the Sodality . . . showed ability as a debater . . . liked 
a fast game of football . . . spent leisure hours reading good novels and swim- 
ming in the pool. . .favorite subject: economics ... is laying the foundation 
to become a successful economist. 

Sodality; Sacred Heart League; Track; Intramural Sports. 






MUWAFFAQ AL-CHALABI 

A sense of humor made him a popular member of any gathering . . . his per- 
formance on the dramatic stage won wide acclaim . . . skillful in debate . . . 
interested in commerce ... favorite sport: basketball. . .plans to become a 
lawyer. 

Debating Society; Dramatic Society; Track; Intramural Sports. 



NABIL LOQA 

A prime mover in many activities of the Sodality ... a faithful member of 
the debating society. . .enjoyed listening to good music. . .favorite sport: 
base ball. . .an inquiring mind often caused him to ask: "Is it true?". . . 
expects to continue his studies, but plans for the future are uncertain. 

Sodality; Debating Society; Sacred Heart League; Sanctuary Society; 
Elocution Contest. 




NABIL MUSTAFA 

Small of stature but mighty of mind. . .recipient of many testimonials... 
his humor on stage delighted all .. .interested in all matters scientific... 
favorite sports: baseball and basketball. . .chemistry and botany held special 
fascination for him . . . plans a future in mechanical or chemical engineering. 

Scientific Society; Dramatic Society; Elocution Contest. 





NASIR AL-FARISI 

A wide variety of interests enabled him to join many a friendly circle. . . 
enjoyed a good debate. . .often seen discussing subjects of worldwide interest 
. . .spent leisure time listening to good music. . .favorite subject: physics. . . 
liked basketball as a sport ... plans to be an engineer. 

Debating Society; Elocution Contest. 



NAZAR MAKIYYA 

A quiet, capable member of the class ... often seen on the handball court 
...a faithful member of the scientific society. . .relaxed in the swimming 
pool ... favorite sport: baseball ... favorite subject: mathematics ... would 
like to be a petroleum engineer. 

Track; Intramural Sports. 





NAZARET ABAZIJIAN 

A man with a happy outlook . . . steady and competent in the classroom . . . 
has a keen interest in science. . .at ease as a debater. . .collects story books 
as a hobby. . .likes a fast game of football. . .favorite subject: mathematics 
. . . will succeed in a career of his choice. 

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NURI GHARIBIAN 

Many and varied interests made him an accomplished person. . .all sports 
were favorites, — basketball, volleyball, baseball and track. . .for further 
exercise and relaxation he played tennis, then looked over his stamp collection 
while listening to good music . . . favorite classes were geometry, trigonometry 
and chemistry lab . . . plans careerwise to be an industrial chemist. 

Basketball Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





Rev. Joseph D. Quinn, S.J. 



PHILIP SHAMUN 

His warm and friendly manner won him many friends . . . happy when in 
mathematics or physics classes ... an avid follower of intramural games . . . 
played a good game of football . . . read many books . . . listened to recorded 
music in free time. . .his future path will lead to mechanical engineering. 

Debating Society; Football Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 



QMS WUHAYYIB 

A pleasant and sociable companion. . .ready at a moment's notice to discuss 
topics of worldwide interest ... a voluble member of the debating society . . . 
outstanding football player of Baghdad College ... favorite subject: mathe- 
matics . . . expects to make his way in life as an engineer. 

Debating Society; Elocution Contest; Football Team; Track; Intramural 

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RAAD AL-L'MAKI 

An active and intelligent friend with a rare sense of humor. . .always willing 
to lend a helping hand. . .won praise in dramatics and on the elocution plat- 
form. . .favorite sport: basketball. . .found solid geometry and physics much 
to his liking. .. will study civil engineering. 

Al-Iraqi Staff; Dramatic Society; Elocution Contest; Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Rev. John A. Miff, S.J. 



RAFI SADURIAN 

A popular classmate who was always widening his circle of friends ... a faith- 
ful member of the Al-Iraqi business staff ... played a courageous game of 
basketball. . .favorite subjects: book-keeping and accounting. . .will enter 
the world of business on graduation. 

Al-Iraqi Staff; Baseball Team; Intramural Sports. 





RAJIH IBRAHIM 

A gentle and warm personality made him a favorite among his classmates . . . 
outstanding in dramatics an accomplished debater ... took great delight in 
poetry ... favorite sport: baseball. . .liked biology class best of all... will 
strive to become an outstanding doctor. 

Dramatic Society; Debating Society; Elocution Contest; Intramural Sports. 




RIADH SALMAN 

A quiet unassiiriiing kind of person bur a real asset to any class . . . has a kind 
word for everyone — liked science most of all. . .when not reading or listening 
to good music, look tor him in the swimming pool. . .favorite subiect: biology 
. . .desire tor the future: to be a doctor. 

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SABAH ALXTAX 

Always a popular man with the class a real leader in every sense of the 

word knew when to "take it easy"... took great delight in collecting 

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SABAH BUTROS 

A faithfal member of the Sodality. . .had a keen sense of humor. . .often 
seen in lively discussion of class matter. . .prefers basketball to other sports 

...made a hobby of collecting pictures ... believes : "easy does it!" 

ambitions becoming a successful merchant. 

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dass when not playing handball or basketball can be found swimming. . . 

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Elocution Contest: Basketball Team; Intramural Sports. 




HAH JAZRAVTI 

A gentle and efficient personality ... a loyal supporter of hi* class team . . . 
his quiet sincere manner won him many friends . . . relaxed at the swimming 
pool, and by listening to good music . . . chemistry and biology classes were 
his favorites. . .desires to render service as a doctor. 

Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 





SABAH AL-RUMANI 

One of the huskiest boys in the class . . . always jolly and in good uumui 

a consistant testimonial winner interested in rhinos scientific. 

spare time driving his car about the dry . . . has a good stamp coUecrio 
his skill in mathematics will help him become a good engineer. 

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SABAH THOMAS 

An easy-going manner and a friendly smile made him a popular classmate. . . 
a faithful member of the Sodality. . .often seen at the ping-pong table. . . 
took great delight in biology class. . .relaxed with his stamp collection... 
has a burning ambition to become a successful businessman. 

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A steady and dependable disposition won him legions of friends . . . participated 
in many spirited games of handball, ping-pong, and chess . . . relaxed with a 
good book. . .enjoyed a swim in the pool. . .believes: "life's best treasures 
are true loyal friends" . . . will study to be an electrical engineer. 

Sodality; Scientific Society; Sacred Heart League. 



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Rev. Robert F. Taft, S.J. 



SAMIR FARAJ 

A character everyone would be happy to know . . . quiet and modest of manner, 
but fiery on the football field. . .interested in scientific subjects. . .possessed 
a good stamp collection . . has a genius for geometry . . . plans to study mech- 
anical engineering. 



SURIN HAIK 

One of the most artistic boys in the school . . . prominent in the scientific 
society... a good track man. . .Al-Iraqi Staff Artist ... favorite subjects: 
geometry and mathematics . . . has a burning desire to finish school so that 
he can progress to architectural studies. 

Dramatic Society; Track; Intramural Sports. 




VAKTAN GAKABI-TJAN 

Unassuming and easy-going by nature. . .content with the world. . .faithful 
member of the dramatic society .. .music and art were his relaxations... 
preferred classes: physics and mathematics. . .should become one of our 
future electrical engineers. 

Dramatic Society; Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mh. Hamid al-Asadi 



VARTAN JAMKUJIAN 

Quiet on the surface, hiding depths of determination . . . artistically inclined 
. . . plays a sweet violin . . . relaxes by playing his violin again . . . favorite 
subject: mathematics ... his ambition is to become a professional violinist. 

Intramural Sports. 





VIKIN TERMINASSIAX 

An eager and attentive student . . . possessed a quick and active mind . . . 
scientific subjects enthralled him ... relaxed by riding his bicycle or on the 
archery range. . .intensely interested in rocket engineering and electronics. 

Scietitific Society; Debating Society; Intramural Spoons. 




WAGNER APRIM 

Generous and genial by nature he won great respect and popularity. . . 
carefree, content with the world . . . showed loyalty by supporting all school 
projects. . .was referee for many strenuous games of football. . .mathematics 
and accounting were his favorites . . . plans for the future are indefinite, but 
expects to continue his studies. 

Track; Intramural Sports. 




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WALID KHADDURI 

Enthusiastic and optimistic at all times ... a world traveller with worldwide 
interests. . .faithful worker for the Al-Iraqi. . .prominent in school societies 
and activities . . . relaxes by reading near the radio . . . enjoys a basketball 
game . . . plans to become an economist. 

Dramatic Society; Debating Society; Sodality; Al-Iraqi Staff; Elocution 
Contest. 



WALID SALIM 

Amiable and interesting at all times . . . played an excellent game of basket- 
ball. . .ever willing to discuss class matter. . .greatly admired by his class- 
mates. . .makes a hobby of collecting records. . .favorite subject: English. . . 
plans to pursue studies to become a business manager. 

Dramatic Society; Basketball Team; Track; Intramural Sports. 




YUSUF CALOTTI 

A class leader in every respect. . .a faithful Socialist. . .a strong debater. . . 
an avid scientist. . .spent spare moments reading essays and listening to soft 
soothing music. . .favorite expression: "inshallah!". . .outstanding ability in 
science should carry him far on a medical career. 

Sodality; Sacred Heart League; Dramatic Society; Debating Society; 
Elocution Contest; Scientific Society; Intramural Sports. 





SENIOR CLASS 



Mk. Nadim Abdul-Rahman 



YUSUF KHAMMU 

A calm and serious member of the class . . . has shown a great liking for com- 
mercial subjects . . . liked to listen to the radio in his spare time . . . favorite 
subjects: book-keeping and accounting ... expects to further studies as an 
accountant. 



Intramural Sports. 





ZUHAIR ELIAS 

His quiet modest manner attracted many friends . . possessed a keen sense 
of humor. . .played a good game of basketball. . .is proud of his stamp col- 
lection ... favorite subject: mathematics ... plans for further studies are 
indefinite, but would like to become an outstanding officer. 

Basketball Team; Intramural Sports. 




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Second Honor's Medal 




First Honor's Medal 




MUWAFFAQ AL-SlMAM 




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Basil al-As-wad 



Anmar al-Kassab 






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Fourth Row, left to right: Basim al-Umar, Adnan Fadhil, Jalal 
Saur, Basil Kattula, Harvey Parhad, Michael Mamarian, George 
Krikorian, Ishkan Khajadurian, Mukhlis Hassu, Hikmat Dikran, 
Shibib Halabu, Rafi Babaian. 

Third Row: Muayyad Qaddu, Najib Marjana, Sami Andrea, 
Haitham Ajina, Sami Yafi, Yarchanik Minasakanian, Nabil Thwaini, 
Roger Pahlawan, Abbas al-Jamali, Usam Ashkuri. 

Second Row: Muhammad al-Uzri, Al-Jabbar Mahmud, Lincoln 
John, Father Gerry, S.J., Ayman Bachir, Ibrahim Ismail, Rafid Jaddu. 

First Row: Baha Zara, Qais Asmar, Mahmud Nuraddin, Lutfi 
Talia. 



Rev. Stanislaus T. Gerry, S.J. 





4 A 



4B 



Mr. George Abbosh 



Mr. Muhammad al-Shibibi 





Fifth Row, left to right: Miqdam al-Amir, Yushia Qablanu, 
Sami Halata, Albert Sitrakian, Nabil Majid, Sabah Dikran, Su'dad 
Stephan. 

Fourth Row: Sauru Athnail, Mahmud Adil, Maan Hamid, 
Dikran Sarkissian, Muwaffaq Simani, Phenuel Philip, khalid Ma- 
kiyya. 

Third Row: Antwan Khawwam, Amir al-Mawlawi, Hanna 
Miraziz, Shamun Yaqu, Jalal Jibrail, Jamal Rahmani, Haitham Mu- 
hammad Ali, Usam Jurjis. 

Second Row: Amad al-Bir, Popkin Bustanian, Mustafa Ali 
Ghalib, Ihsan al-Sharqi, Najah Akkam, Adnan Jazrawi, Sabah al- 
Qupi. 

First Row: Wajih al-Shaikh, Sardun Hermes, Shafiq Ibrahim, 
Fr. O'Brien, S.J., Talal al-Naib, Sabah Harutunian, Faiz Tawfiq. 



Mr. Robert F. O'Brien, S.J. 




Fourth Row, left to right: Nadim Naumi, Yaqub Shuniyya, 
Joseph Bahoshy, John Edwin, Shawqi Hanna Shaikh, Fahmi Fadhil, 
Shamuel Yusuf, Munthar Naman, Majid Attisha, Shawqi Talia, 
Wayil Hindu. 

Third Row: Ivanhoe Phoenix, Vraj Harutunian, Zuhair Yusuf, 
Walid Kamil, Edward Roy, Ghali Tallu, Musa Yusuf, Atif Nasrat, 
Samir Qattan. 

Second Row: Kamal Dinkha, Shlaimun Talia, Tahir Bazirgan, 
Fr. Madaras, S.J., Abdul-Majid Ismail, lyad al-Nasiri, Bahnam 
Aggula. 

First Row: Zuhair Qashat, Faruq Hanna, Nabil al-Nawwab, 
Daud Leon. 



Rev. Edwakd F. Madaras, S.J. 





4C 



4D 



Mr. Jalai. Abdui.-Razzaq 



Mr. Sami Abdui.-Razzaq 




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Fourth Row, left to right: Basil Akram, Tariq Salbi, Bassam 
Khuri, Skender Kadikian, Fuad al-Quraishi, Sargon Dick, August 
Curtin, Edward Ohanessian, Nabil Abbosh, Surin Haik. 

Third Row: Farqad al-Salman, Zuhair Daud, Nabil Yaqubi, 
Muwaffaq Sittu, Emil Salim, Hilal Simhairi, Muwaffaq Edward, 
Hamid Khammas, Ughuz Umar AM, Hasan Shairuzr, A-Latif al- 
Qaisi, Wilson Israil. 

Second Row: Nasrat Yusuf, Sanharib William, Nabil Yusuf 
Faraj, Sabah Tonietti, Rustam Tufunkjian, Zuhair Hanna, Samir 
Hanna. 

First Row: Nadim Kaina, Nabil Ibrahim, Zaid al-Astrabadi, 
Fr. Diskin, S.J., Aram Kivorkian, Sabah Mahmud, Nabil Yusuf 
Francis. 



Rev. John J. Diskin, S.J. 



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Fourth Row, left to right: Muwaffaq Killu, AM al-Sadr, Mani 
al-Saadun, Matti Wadi, Lutfiq Kuyumjian, Basil al-Qaisi, Saadun 
al-Na'aimi, Saad Abdullah, Wilson Benjamin. 

Third Row: Yusuf Skender, Warant Gharibian, A-llah Mukh- 
lis, Daud Savdalian, Yazan al-Naib, Adnan al-Najafi, A-Masih Dinha, 
Yerwant Melconian. 

Second Row: Wasif Shammami, Mahir Nadhim, Basil Albert, 
Namiq Hazim, Suhail Hafidh, Talib al-Tamimi, Armin Markarian, 
Shwan al-Chalabi, Wahe Hovsepian. 

First Row: Walid Faidhi, A-Haq al-Ani, Saad Abbas, Usam 
Khairi, Fr. Farrell, S.J., Riadh Yusuf, Alfred George, Nimat Hanna, 
Adai Hatam. 



Rev. Robert D. Fakrell, S.J. 





3 A 



3B 



Dr. Ahmad Najmaddix 



Mr. Nasir Taqtaq 




Fourth Row, left to right: Leon Asilian, Nabil Habba, Ibrahim 
Aril, Frederick Edward, Nabil Shaffu, Mazin al-Mudarris. 

Third Row: Luay al-Qazwini, Riadh Yusuf, Wasim al-Chur- 
bachi, Nabil Mahdi, Waskin Asadurian, Muwaffaq Thwaini, Usmat 
Najdat, Fuad Fattuhi, Asim Hanna. 

Second Row: Adil Malak, Awni al-Tai, Hassan al-Fakhri, 
Majid Daiza, Ihsan Mikhail, Zahir Abbosh, Salar Ghafur, Sami 
Marini, Muhammad A-Jabbar, Ramiz Hattab. 

First Row: Saad al-Baghdadi, Majid Izzat, Raziq Lawrence, 
Suhail Yusuf, Fr. Nash, S.J., Sami Shuniyya, Skender Melconian, 
Hagop Yasayan, Sarmad Mahmud. 



Rev. Pall A. Nash, S.J. 




Rev. John V*. Owen, S.J. 



Fourth Row, left to right: Tariq Attiya, Nazar al-Quraishi, 
Qais Cotta, Hagop Jakalian, Harith al-Jamali, Sabah al-Bazi, Imad 
Khadduri. 

Third Row: Mumtaz Burachi, Adrian Bahnam, Nabil Ahmad, 
Muayyid Kamil, Berj Minasakanian, Sinan Hasan, Hazim Atiyya, 
Shamil Kubba. 

Second Row: Ali al-Haidari, Samir Samuel, Nabil Yaqub, 
Riadh Sadiq, Mazin Aziz, Sami al-Qas Elias, Hashim A-Mahdi, Mazin 
al-Naqib, Fadhil Abbas Mahdi, Sargon Gundalov. 

First Row: Raad Yahya, Dhia Wadi, Mazin al-Samarrai, 
Nabii Mammu, Fr. Owens, S.J., Samir Shaul, Robert John, Yazan 
Nashat, Shamuel Ishaya. 




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3D 



Mr. Elia Yaqub 





Fourth Row, left to right: Shukri Hanna Shaikh, Mahir Nu- 
raddin, Safa Ashkuri, Nuri al-Saidi, Varujan Margussian, Khalil 
Ibrahim, Sirbest Qazzaz. 

Third Row: Husain Afnan, lyad Allawi, Fuad Daud, Salah 
Mahdi Sandal, Suhail Said, Dhafir Salbi, Sami Banna, Riadh al- 
Khalisi, Sulak Askijian. 

Second Row: Munib al-Shaikh, Samir Nairn, Adil Yusuf, 
Nubar Jananian, Sulaiman Zainal, Laith al-Shaikh Qadir, Arif 
Maqdisi, A-Qadir al-Gailani, Sukrat Apostalidis. 

First Row: Elias Ibrahim, Shawqi Yusuf, Basim Hanna Shaikh, 
Khalil Shakarji, Fr. MacNeil, S.J., Dhia Hermes, Riadh Philip, 
Sufian al-Shawwaf, Namir Subhiyya. 



Rev. Sidney M. MacNEiL, S.J. 




Fourth Row, left to right: Mahmud al-Naama, Salman Daud, 
Muhammad al-Mufti, Hikmat Basmaji, Muhammad al-Rufay'i, 
Ghassan Ata, Laith al-Khudairi, Faiq al-Qazwini, Nuri Yusuf, Sami 
Butros. 

Third Row: Suhail Badran, Garabet Karakilian, Sinan Sha- 
bandar, Sabah Khudhur, Husain al-Sarraj, Ghazwan Faraj, Khachik 
Kivork, Said Ismail. 

Second Row: Muwaffaq A-Rahman, Munthar Elias, Nazih 
Hindi, Berj Dimirjian, Faris Yusuf, Muwaffaq Zakaria, Sami Naman, 
Alyazar Yaqub, Hagop Boghossian. 

First Row: Nazar Hamdun, Hagop Zaduian, Zuhair Yaldu, 
Fikrat Butros, Fr. Merrick, S.J., Abdullah Ephram, Nabil UmarAli, 
Khalil Sagman, Adil Wadi. 



Rev. Joseph P. Merrick, S.J. 





3 E 



2 A 



Mr. Metti Ibrahim 



Mr. Azhar Sharif 




Third Row, left to right: Wisam Hakim, Faris Yusuf Abbud, 
Riadh Zoma, Shahir Nuraddin, Sarmad al-Kassar, Munthar Sittu, 
Walid Salman, Hagop Boghossian, Kamil Shashu, Nabil Kamil, 
Basim Yusuf, Emmanuel Paulus. 

Second Row: Abdullah Ephram, lyad Kurukchi, A-Adhim 
Miri, Rustam Garabet, Najib Jihad, A-Razzaq Aziz, Mithal Alaman, 
Faisal Fattah, Nabil Ismail, Tariq Andrea. 

First Row: Suhail Yusuf, Yusuf Emmanuel, Faiz al-Gailani, 
Saad al-Samarrai, Fr. Miff, S.J., Robert John, Fuad Said, Krikor 
Dramirian, Rafi Makardijian. 



Rev. John A. Miff, S.J. 






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Third Row, left to right: Jamal Ziyya, Adil Qasim, Antwan 
Ghanima, Najib Hanna, Khalil Sagman, Ghalib Talia, Nadim Hindi, 
Nidham Ashkuri, Nabil Khudhairi, Nabil Hassu, Yusuf Salim' 
Wisam Jurgis, Hushmand al-Jaf. 

Second Row: Usam Kassab, Basil Fattah, Nabil al-Astrabadi, 
Isa al-Jamil, Mani Saadun, Habib Gabriel, Nabil George, Hadir 
al-Farisi, Wasim al-Churbachi, Hazim Atiyya, Faruq Aziz, lhsan 
Najib. 

First Row: Talal Kubba, Samir Alwan, Walid Yusuf, Anan 
Alios, Fr. McCarthy, S.J., lyad al-Samarrai, Ara Kivorkian, Gabriel 
Hindu, lyad Zabuni. 



Rev. James H. McCarthy, S.J. 





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Mr. Yusuf Elias Antun 



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Third Row, left to right: Usam al-Amin, Sabah Rauf, Ghassan 
Haddad, Husain AM, Ramzi Hamdi, Ardal Allawi, Yusuf Francis, 
Muzahim Siddiq, Rahif Qattan, Hatam George, Nabil al-Shawwaf, 
Sinan Sadiq, Adnan al-Qalamchi. 

Second Row: Popkin Simonian, Korkis Michael, Moshi Abid, 
John Maqsud, Waskin Jamkujian, Sabri Akkash, Abdullah al- 
Dabbagh, Mamun al-Shawwaf, Shihab al-Awqati, Mumtaz Sinjakli, 
George Davida. 

First Row: Sami Zakaria, Basil al-Aswad, Sinan al-Rawi, Saad 
A-Rahman, Fr. Mahan, S.J., Murad Wartanian, Skender Ishu, 
Husain al-Chalabi, Nadim Adil. 



Rev. Charles W. Mahan, S.J. 




Third Row, left to right: Badi Shaffu, George Jamil, Hraj 
Kuyumjian, A-Sattaral-Ansari, Talal Khudhairi, Imad Qasim, Mahir 
Madhat, Anmar al-Qassab, Muhammad AM Talib, George William, 
Kamal Elyahu, Simon Sarkis. 

Second Row: Edmund Qalita, Wayil al-Bassam, Harb al- 
Umari, Zaidun Ahmad, Krikor Wartkissian, Aram Tchobanian, 
Sinan al-Jawad, Muayyad al-Khudhairi, Harbi Ibrahim, Muhammad 
Nasir, Majid Shammami. 

First Row; Ghassan Khairi, Jack llu, Anand Mohindra, Fawzi 
al-Dabbagh, Fr. Morgan, S.J., Sarkis Benjamin, Roger Essayi, AM 
al-Qalamchi, Ohannes Awakian. 



Rev. James F. Morgan, S.J. 






2D 



2E 



Mr. Abdul-Majid al-Naaimi 



Mr. Wadi Salman- 




Third Row, left to right: Riadh al-Chalabi, Falah Qirma, 
Muhammad Kubba, Muhammad Shkara, Armin Kazanjian, Bismark 
Mushi, Samir Maizi, Suhail Matlub, Mahmud Awni, Riadh Hasani, 
Nabil Constantine, Najah Bahjat, Nail Murad al-Shaikh, Zuhair 
al-Uthari. 

Second Row: Dhia Hermes, Ramzi Loqa, Qais Marmarji, Sabah 
Ibrahim, Arif Maqdisi, Amad Allawi, Ismail Rudaini, Muhammad 
al-Qazwini, Zuharab Ghazarian, George Abbu, Joseph Sawtiri. 

First Row: Fawwaz al-Gailani, Nihad Abaji, Laith al-Shaikh 
Qadir, Jamal Daiza, Fr. McHugh, S.J., Faris Nasir, Jamal Jamil, Rafat 
Faiq, Basil Tummina. 



Rev. Donald F. McHugh, S.J. 




Third Row, left to right: Nabil al-Shawk, Al-Nadhir al-Ani, 
Salah al-Saigh, Usam al-Shalji, Edward George, Munthar Kamil, 
Yusuf Ismail, Mahir Nadhim, AM Kubba, Jamal Yusuf, Faris Yusuf 
Aziz, Salim Zabuni, Lincoln Lazar. 

Second Row: Arman Balian, Nabil Antwan, Namir al-Rahhal, 
Nasir Haddad, Freddy Antun, Dilawr Ibrahim, Jamal Maghazachi, 
Nasir Yaqub, Ajil al-Hathal, Sabah Wazir, Victor Nimrud. 

First Row: Edmund Daud, Raziq Lawrence, Ghassan al- 
Barrak, Makram George, Fr. McLeod, S.J., Francis Royal, Mansur 
Khalaf, Muthanna Kannuna, Eddie Emmanuel. 



Rev. Frederick G. McLeod, S.J. 





2F 



2G 



Yusuf Eadri 



Mr. Jasim al-Abudi 




Third Row, left to right: Baha Ashkuri, Ahmad Khalil, Raad 
Madhat, Arshak Yusuf, Usama al-Gailani, Mahmud al-Ghanim, 
Vasil Yanco, Romeo Minas, Nabil al-Dahhan. 

Second Row: Fadhil Abbas, Joseph Yutam, Sami Fattuhi, 
Varant Alexanderian, Haik Salibian, Faiq Mansur, A-Qadir al-Jadr, 
Raja Shaffu, Falah Francis. 

Third Row: Muhammad al-Mudhaifi, Nabil Elia, Samir Qasid, 
Akram Barnuti, Fr. McLeod, S.J., Vane Ghazarian, Munir Michael, 
Edmund Mangelo, Sulaiman Paulus. 



Rev. Solomon I. Sara, S.J. 




Fourth Row, left to right: Munsif Aziz, Usam Ibrahim, Naif 
al-Hathal, Riadh Yusuf, Muhammad al-Pachachi, Krikor Simonian. 

Third Row: Ahmad Rakan, Hartyun Maranjian,, Najib Marar, 
Hadi al-Umari, Wisam Qambar Agha, Badwarn Hagopian, Butrus 
Simu, Ohannes Artin, Anwar Abdu. 

Second Row: Salam A-Wahab, Amir al-Naib, Muwaffaq Hassu 
Faisal al-Mumaiz, Shamun Awdishu, Johnny Barjuni, Nabil Shakuri, 
Munthar al-Naman, Nazar Yusuf, Amir Tahir. 

First Row: Dahan Khamis, Adil Tuma, Aziz Yuil, A-Masih 
Francis, Fr. McDermott, S.J., Shiram Surin, Athir Bashir, Mumtaz 
Hanna, Isa Jamil. 



Rev. Martin J. McDermott, S.J. 





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Mr. Saadi ai.-Saadun 



Mr. Abdulahad George 




Fourth Row, left to right: Ara Markossian, Ibrahim Jamil, 
Walid Jazrawi, Usama George, Zuhair Sadiq, Laith al-Waidh, 
Mumtaz Askar, Mahmud al-Khaffaf. 

Third Row: Imad al-Jamil, Hilal al-Naib, Aqil Atiyya, Wayil 
al-Saqar, Ishu Yonathan, Khalil Shafiq, Faiz Yusuf, Fatih Ibrahim, 
Dhia Yaqub. 

Second Row: Dhia Philip, Basil Yusuf, Dhafir Faraj, Arshak 
Zaduian, Guy Kurukchy, George Martin, Eddie Israil, Salah Sulai- 
man, Hikmat Aziz. 

First Row: Hani Matlub, Quraish Yusuf, Adil Anis, Emmanuel 
Hermes, Fr. Shea, S.J., Azad al-Chalabi, Muthar al-Ubaidi, Edward 
Mardinli, Salih Yunis. 



Rev. Leo J. Shea, S. J. 




Rev. John L. Mahoxey, S.J. 



Third Row, left to right: Zuhair Thomas, Hanna Dabbas, 
George Nuri, Khalid al-Bana, Maad Madhat, Muayyad Baghdadi, 
Abulun Aghaban, Ashur Dick, Jamil Kirdar, Riadh Salman, Falah 
Hasan, Yusuf Fliflah, Jawdat Rashid. 

Second Row: Basil Shammas, Mahran Mahranian, Muayyad 
Rashid, Sarkis Sinanian, Nubarjirair, Zahir Yusuf, Hashim Sadiq, 
Husain Ali, Walid Bunni, Walid Garabet. 

First Row: Awni Makiyya, Hilal Shina, A-Hamid Ismail, Salim 
al-Sarraf, Fr. Mahoney, S.J., Kamil Jaffar, Elias Khayyat, Nabil 
Shuniya, Yusuf Rabbat. 



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Fourth Row, left to right: Sahir Elias, Atla Mahdi, Basil 
A-Latif, Wisam Ashkuri, Muhammad Zuhair, Muhammad Atiyya, 
Saadi Bayati, Qusai A-Latif. 

Third Row: Farid al-Qas Elias, Sabah Hanna, Sarmad Majid, 
Benjamin Jajju, Muayyad al-Shaikh, Riadh Hafidh, Nabil Tummina, 
Sargon Michael, Mustafa Qambar Agha. 

Second Row: Najib Qunja, Samir Salmu, Malik Burachi, 
Bahnam George, Muwaffaq Hanna Shaikh, Basil Sadiq, Mahir 
Qazanji, Muhammad Hammudi, Ramiz Daud, Saad Asad. 

First Row: Ramzi Isa, Qais Butros, Mukhlis Faraj, Nashat 
George, Fr. Lceffler, S.J., Jibran Yusuf, Nimat Antun, Ghanim 
Tabchi, Khalid al-Dhakir. 



Rev. Charles M. Loeffler, S.J. 



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Rev. Joseph D. Quinn, S.J. 



Third Row, left to right: Nadir Jamshid, Imad Bashir, Fakhri 
Wadi, Nabil Tawfiq, Faisal Ahmad, Khalil al-Janabi, Hamid Attisha, 
Amir Tariq, Zuharab Jakalian, Hilal Ohan, Krikor Ashiot, Yusuf 
Badalian, Hazim al-Umar. 

Second Row: Sabah Adnan, Ghassan Elias, Harith Sadiq, Zia 
Yusuf, Amir Michail, Nigel Dhia, Jawad Tuma, Nizak A-Majid, 
Samir Jawad, Ayman Said, Shura Yuil, Arif Rafiq. 

First Row: Claude de Marchi, Raziq al-Saigh, Riadh al-Waqil, 
Roy Antranik, Fr. Quinn, S.J., Kamiran al-Dabbagh, Mufid Hassu, 
Walid Faraj, Freddy Saati. 



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WEDNESDAY APRIL 8, 1959 




Adib Rumaya 

Prefect of the 

Apostleship of Prayer 




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President of the 

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Prefect of the 

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Harvey Parhard 
Presidenl >>l the 
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January 8. 9 and 


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OUR LADY'S SODALITY 



After 9 years of continual progress under the 
very capable direction of Fr. Joseph J. LaBran. S.J., 
the Sodality of Our Lady had regretfully to part 
with his inspiring leadership as he took leave for 
a renewal of his dynamic energie in his native 
environment. Frs. James F. Powers and Edward 
F. Hallen were also obliged to transfer their lively 
and unselfish interest in the Sodality to a full-time 
pursuit of Arabic studies at the Fathers' house in 
Sa'adun. This meant a complete turnover of 
managing personnel with Fr. Leo J. Shea as 
director and Frs. Robert F. O'Brien and Martin 
J. McDermott as Assistant Moderators. 

The officers chosen for this year by the Soda- 
lists are Yusuf Calotti, Prefect ; Munthar Francis, 
Vice-Prefect; Badi George, Secretary; and Samir 
Busha, Treasurer — all of Fifth Year. Days of Re- 
collection were held four times. A truly consoling 
representation of Sodalists and other students 
assisted at the daily Mass celebrated by our faithful 
Fr. Merrick. An outstanding achievement has been 
the recitation of the Rosary before class in the mor- 
ning or during lunch period with a group of Soda- 
lists as a nucleus and others drawn from sections of 
the school assigned for each day. 

The catechetical commitee under the chair- 



manship of Kamal Dinkha taught catechism weekly 
to about 35 public school children from the neigh- 
borhood. The use of the Advent Wreath helped 
prepare the Sodalist to develop a true Christmas 
spirit. Under the auspices of the Sodality the Chris- 
tians among the student body observed the Chair of 
Unity Octave and made the annual Novena to St. 
Francis Xavier with marked fervor. 

Other activities included the Consecration of 
Families to the Immaculate Heart of Man.-, so 
strongly urged by the late Pope Pius XII, as part of 
the Lourdes centenary celebration, and the showing 
of Mass slides and films on the Life of Christ, the 
Lives of the Saints, and Nature, in the homes of the 
Sodalists. The Marian committee led by Badi 
George and the Apostolic committee led by Johny 
Shallal were the moving spirits in these works of 
zeal. Basil Marmarchi headed a group of apostolic 
Sodalists devoting part of their leisure time to the 
reading of stories to boys in the Baghdad Institute 
for the Blind. 

The reception of new members, with a tempo- 
rary act of consecration to the Blessed Virgin Man,-, 
had to be postponed until Feb. 8. We hope to have 
another reception on World Sodality Day — the big 
day of the year. 





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SE\IOR CANDID ATF.3 




OFFICERS 




DRAMATICS 

This year, the Baghdad College Pla- 
yers presented the Medea, by Euripides 
and Amafd an J the Night Via 

by Gian Carlo Menatti, on January 8, 9 
and 10, at Al Sha'ab Hall. Capable 
performances were rendered bv the 
entire casts. The leads were played by 
Melcon Leon and Antwan Khawwam as 
Jason and Medea ; Jack llu was Amahl 
and Rajih Ibrahim, the .Mother. The di- 
rection was by Fr. Diskin, assisted by 
Fr. Farrell. 



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The Eucharistic Campaign of 
the Apostleship of Prayer is a spe- 
cial section of the Apostleship in- 
tended for Catholic youth. Its pro- 
gram is summed up in a slogan of 
four words : Prayer, Holy Com- 
munion, Sacrifice, Apostolate. The 
Senior section is called the Captains 
of the Sacred Heart and the Junior 
section, the Knights of the Blessed 
Sacrament. 

Our Moderator, Fr. Morgan, 
was assisted this year by Fr. Fen- 
nell and Fr. McHugh. The officers 
were Adib Rumaya, prefect, Kamal 
Dinkha, vice-prefect, Adil Wadi, 
secretary. 



The Apostleship of Prayer is brought to hundreds 
in Baghdad each month. 



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THE CHRYSOSTOM DEBATING SOCIETY 1958-1959 

Third row : (left to right) Abbas al-Jamali, Rafid Jaddu, Sardun Hermes. Ayman Bachir, Nabil 
Loqa, Najah Akkam, Adnan Jazrawi, Munthar Francis, Sami Halata, Hikmat Dikran, 
Su'dad Stephan, Tariq Salbi, Nabil Thwaini, Shawqi Talia. 

Second row : A-Majid al-Dahhan, Vraj Harutunian, A-Ilah Aziza, Michael Mamarian, Hanna 
Miraziz, Harvey Parhad, Maan Hamid, Jalal Jibrail, Basim al-Umar, Qais Asmar, Nabil 
Abbosh, Badi George, A-Jabbar Mahmud. 

First row : Rajih Ibrahim, Vice-President ; Fadi Abbosh, President ; Fr. Taft, S. J., Moderator; 
Fr. Farrell, S. J., Assistant Moderator; Muhammad al-Uzri, Sergeant-at-Arms; Malcon 
Leon, Vice-President 1957-1958; Yusuf Calotti (below, left), Secretary. 



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Moderator 
Assistant Moderator 
Editor-in-Chief 
Business Managers 
Arabic Editor 
Art Editors 
Photographic Staff 



Rev. Paul A. Nash, S.J. 

Rev. Frederick G. McLeod, S.J. 

Garabet Tabrian 

Walid Salim, Rafi Sadurian, Sabah Thomas 

Maan al-Ubaidi 

Mahmud Awni, George Krikorian, Ohannes Avakian 

Rev. Robert F. O'Brien, S.J., Shamil Kubba, Joseph Bahoshy, Nabil Yu-uf Faraj 



AL IRAQI STAFF OF 1959 





Senior Editorial Staff 



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Business Staff 



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The Scientific Society elected the following slate of officers : President : Harvey Parhad, Vice-President : 
Haitham Ajina, Treasurer : Yusuf Calotti, Secretary : Abbas Jamali, and Librarian Roger Pahlawan. Under 
their capable leadership and that of the Moderator, Fr. John V. Owens, S.J., the members of the Society 
engaged in many interesting scientific endeavors. 



THE LIBRARY STAFF 



From Left to Right : Kamal Dinkha, Aram 
Kivorkian, Fr. S. Sara, S.J., Fr. J. Owens. S.J. 
Adrian Jazrawi, Munthar Na'man, Daud Leon, 
Mr. Fuad Daud, Fr. J. Miff, S.J., Husain Afnan- 





Browsers 



InU'iil Readers 



The Library 
leading Room 





FOR THE POOR 



Pictured above and below are two groups of the most feared and the 
most loved boys in Baghdad. Weekly, the boys of Baghdad College shake 
because these two groups go from boy to boy cajoling, wheedling and 
coaxing money for the Missions or for the Poor from them. These boys are 
fearless and unafraid to ask for more and more because they are inspired by 
a wonderful motive : to love the poor is to love God. They know that 
whatever work they do for the Poor and the Missions is work done for God. 
Their courage brings terror to the hearts of the stingy. 

Annually, however, they are the most loved boys in the world by the 
Poor of Baghdad. The results of their weekly efforts are pooled together 
with the proceeds of the Dramatic Society's public performancejand the 
sum total is handed over to the Poor. If these unfortunate people of the 
city knew what these boys did for them, and if they had the means to do 
something about it, they would erect a beautiful monument of everlasting 
bronze to them and on the front of this imposing spectacle they would 
write in solid gold, the simple but grateful words : We thank you. 




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BAGHDAD COLLEGE SCHOOL SONG 



With a shout, with a song, 
We will cheer the boys along, 
Under banners of Gold and Maroon ! 

While we do, while we dare, 

Proudly waving everywhere 

Are the banners of Gold and Maroon! 



So it's High, High, High ! 
Always B.C. High ! 
Singing a glad merry tune ! 

And we'll cheer B. C. 

On to victory 

Under banners of Gold and Maroon ! 












Mahmud Awni 







Dirci lor of Athletics 




Fr. J. Qrisx. S.J. 




Wivtants 




Fr. J. McCarthy, S.J. 



Fr. J. Mahoney. S.J. 



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George Krikorian 



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BASKET 





INDIVIDUAL SCORING 


P 


OINTS 


Manuel Jurjis (Capt.) 


235 


Maixon Leon 


7U 


MUNTKAR KUBBA 


97 


Arshak 


37 


Munthar Francis 


32 


Shawqi Hanna Shaikh 


33 


Basim al-Umah 


74 


M U W A FFA Q SlTT U 


48 


Wayil Hindu 


11 


Walid Salim 


13 


NuRI GhARIBIAN 


11 




BALI, 



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SECONDARY BASKETBALL 



this year, prospects for another 
Four men of last year's cham- 
the first practice session along 



When basketball began 
victorious season were bright 
pionship team reported for 
with sixteen other hopefuls. 

Our first game was with the Assyrian Club, and it was an 
easy victory for the B.C. boys. After that games were played 
with other clubs like Adhamiya, Jamhouriya, Sharqia, Shabab 
al-Sulaikh. With these more experienced players our boys held 
their own, being out played only once and that by the Adha- 
miya Club. All other games were decided by one or two points 
when we were on the losing side. 

When the City School tournament began, Manuel and his 
team had an easy time with the Police School and Sharqiya. 
Our first big game was with Ja'fariya and in this one the boys 
showed that they had learned some basketball. Led by Manuel 
who got 37 points the team outscored the highly favored oppo- 
sition by a 65-53 score. 

Our next game with the strongly improved Zira'a was a 
hard one to lose. The boys played their hearts out and they did 
miss Malcon who was sick in bed. So the first league game in 
three years was lost by Baghdad College 46-41. 

One more game remained before the finals and that was 
with Markaziya. It was reported that it was a strong team and 
it had defeated us here in a practice game. Reports notwith- 
standing, the B.C. team outplayed the Central school comple- 
tely and had an easy victory 45-25. 

So up until the cup game, played after mid-year holi- 
days, here are the boys who have played so well and brought 
further honors to Baghdad College. 



Standing (1. to r.) : 

Fr. Mahoney, S.J., 
Munthar Francis, 
Nuri Gharibian, 
Arshak Tchobanian, 
Manuel Jurjis, 
Munthar Kubba, 
Malcon Leon, 
Raad al-Umari, 
(Manager). 




Kneeling: 

Basim al-Umar, 
Muwatfaq Sittu. 
Wayil Hindu. 
Shawqi 

Hanna Shaikh. 
Walid Salim. 



BASKET 

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Under the very capable coaching of Fr. James 
McCarthy, S.J., the Intermediate Basketball team 
experienced a highly successful season. Off to a 
fast start, they won their first three games, and 
were only bested by the secondary squad and some 
outside club teams. As the season drew to a close 
it looked as though they would once more secure 
the coveted cup for B. C, but fortune did not smile 
on them, and they lost out to a strong Jafariya 
team in the closing minutes of play. Outstanding 
for their all around ability and teamwork were 
Riadh Ihsan and Mazin. Freddie, and Nuri cleared 
the boards very effectively. The two Nabils and 
Qais were always in the thick of things. Hikmat, 
A-Ilah and and Muhammad were quite dependable. 
We will hear much more from all of them next 
year on the secondary team. 



INTERMEDIATE 

BASKETBALL 



LEAGUE GAMES (TO DATE:) 


Ibn Hiyan 

Kathamiya 

Wethba' 


BC. 


Opponent 


40 
48 
56 


32 
31 

32 



Standing (1. to r.): 

Salar Ghafur 
(manager), 
Mahmud al-Naama, 
Hikmat Basmaji, 
Frederick Edward, 
Nuri al-Saidi, 
Nabil Ahmad, 
Qais Cotta, 
Fr. McCarthy, SJ. 




Kneeling: 

Nabil Mahdi, 
A-Ilah Mukhlis, 
Mazin al-Naqib, 
Riadh Ihsan, 
Muhammad 
al-Qazwini. 



BALI 




1959 - BAGHDAD COLLEGE TRACK MEET 


- 1959 


EVENT 


FIRST PLACE 


SECOND PLACE 


THIRD PLACE 


Hurdles A 


Shamun Yaqu 


Zuhair Elias 


Marwan Daud 


B 


Saadun Al-Na'aimi 


Wayil Hindu 


Wilson Benjamin 


C 


Muhammad Rufay'i 


Imad Khadduri 


Ahmad Rakan 


400 Meters A 


Malcon Leon 


Tariq Salbi 


Basim Abdul-Al 


" " B 


Mahmud Adil 


Saadun Al-Na'aimi 


Samir Qattan 


Broad Jump A 


Basil Akram 


Jack Malaki 


Nuri Gharibian 


" " B 


Miqdam Al-Amir 


Samir Qattan, Saad Abdullah 




" " C 


Warant Gharibian 


Adnan Qalamchi 


Laith Khudhairi 


" " D 


Khalil Al-Janabi 


Bardwan Hagopian 


Mahmud Khaffaf 


Javelin (Open) 


Shamun Yaqu 


Bassam Khuri 


Khalil Ibrahim 


High Jump A 


Malcon Leon 


Hagop Jakalian 


Yarchanik Minasakanian 


" " B 


Qais Asmar 


Qais Cotta 


Miqdam Al-Amir 


» " C 


Muayyid Kamil 


Laith Khudhairi 


Safa Ashkuri 


" " D 


Freddy Saati 


Muhammad Hammudi 


Bardwan Hagopian 


Shot Put (Open) 


Munthar Francis 


Hamid Khammas 


Muhammad Al-Uzri 


Pole Vault (Open) 


Nabil Ismail 


A-Ilah Mukhlis 


Munthar Francis 


Discus (Open) 


Riadh Ihsan 


Munthar Francis 


Nabil Abbosh 


100 Meters A 


Bassam Khuri 


Phenuel Philip 


Jack Malaki 


» » B 


Saad Abdullah 


Riadh Ihsan 


Nabil Abbosh 


" C 


Safa Ashkuri 


Yusuf Francis 


Garabet Karakilian 


" " D 


Saad Asad 


Benjamin Jajju 


Ohannes Artin 


1500 Meters (Open) 


Wayil Hindu 


Qais Wuhayyib 


Daud Leon 


200 Meters A 


Phenuel Philip 


Jack Malaki 


Wilson Israil 


" " B 


Riadh Ihsan 


Saad Abdullah 


Nabil Abbosh 


" „ Q 


Yusuf Francis 


Muayyid Kamil 


Fuad Fattuhi 


50 Meters D 


Saad Asad 


Benjamin Jajju 


Zia Yusuf 


Hop Skip Jump (Open) 


Basil Akram 


Basim Abdul-Al 


Qais Cotta 


800 Meters (Open) 


Tariq Salbi 


Basim Abdul-Al 


Yarchanik Minasakanian 


3rd. 4th. 5th. Relay 


Class - 4 D 


Class - 4 D 


Class - 4 B 


2nd High Relay 


Class - 2 C 


Class - 1 A 


Class - 2 G 


1st High Relay 


Class - 1 E 


Class -IF 


Class - 1 A 








.ORER - RIADH IHSAN - 21 Pts 

OLATION MEDALS : 

Class A - Basim Abdul-Al and Jack Malaki 15 Pts 
Class B - Nabil Abbosh and Qais Cotta 7 Pts 
Class C - Laith Khudhairi 4 Pts 
Class D - Benjamin Jajju 4 Pts 


SCORING 

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First Second Third 


HIGH SC 
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A 10 6 3 


B 7 4 2 


C 5 3 1 


D 3 2 1 


Open 10 6 3 









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SECONDARY TRACK TEAM 



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FOOTBALL TEAM - 1959 

Left to right : Fr. Quinn, S.J., (Coach), Daud Leon, Yerwant Melconian, 
Wilson Israel, Yusuf Francis, Qais Wuhayyib, Sargon Dick, Amir Mawlawi, 
Saad Abdullah, Phenuel Philip, Knkor Simonian, Balibani Ishaq, Wilson, 
Benjamin, Nuri Yusuf. 



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B.C. 


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Al Hawatt Team 





B.C. 


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Nisur al-Tisran 





B.C. 


3 


Young Assyrians 





B.C. 


3 


Algeria Team 


1 


B.C. 


3 


Black Arrow Team 


2 


B.C. 


2 


Black Arrow Team 


1 




CHAMPIONS 




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READING R001 





Education 

Jesuit Student Counselor 

I Ask To See The Treasurer 

Ancient Assyria 

Patriarch Yusuf VII Ghanima - R.I. P. 



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GARABET TABRIAN 



Every art must have an educational background 
upon which to depend, and, depending on it, to 
advance. This educational background consists of 
long experience, practice and the following of 
specific methods. If we compare an artist with an 
untrained person, we shall find that the biggest 
difference between the two is education. This edu- 
cation may be self-education or academic education, 
but, whichever it is, it must be acquired by most 
artists. 

Let us take William Shakespeare as an example. 
Shakespeare, it is true, had very little formal edu- 
cation. He was not a university graduate. His 
amazing ability to create the great dramas which 
have given him imperishable renown was not 
gained by attending classes in secondary school or 
in a university, but it was developed by his own 
personal efforts which involved using to the fullest 
extent his God-given powers of observation, coupled 
with an ingenious ability to give expression to what 
he observed through the dramatic form. It has been 
said that the self-education of William Shakespeare 
is a feat equal to, if not greater than, Milton's who 
studied at Cambridge University. 

Other examples of human industry applied to 
the acquiring of outstanding skills can be found 
among the great musical composers. Beethoven, 
Schubert, Tchaikovsky, did not become great com- 
posers by chance or by accident. If one listens to 
some of their music, he will readily admit that such 
creations demand top talent, a tremendous amount 
of hard work, and an insatiable desire to please and 
to inspire. Chance or accident have never produced 





masterpieces. Masterpieces, in any art, are the result 
of unflagging application of the artist's God-given 
talents to his field of endeavour. 

Every man who has a creative trait must, in 
some way, acquire the necessary education to train 
this quality of his personality. Everyone has been 
allotted his share of intelligence and ability, but 
only the man who uses his powers to the fullest 
extent will advance in happiness and in the pro- 
duction of great art. 

Life itself is bound by laws. The art of living, 
which is the greatest of the arts must, like the other 



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arts, be productive. A productive life requires more 
education than an inactive life. The greater the 
production, the greater must be the toil and prepara- 
tion which leads to its existence. This preparation 
is called schooling. Education in the art of living 
consists in self-schooling, or, in other words, self- 
cultivation. This self-schooling consists in following 
some paths of life and in omitting to follow others. 
The ways to be followed are those which lead to a 
useful life, to happiness in living it, and to happiness 
in leaving it for eternal felicity. 

The education of a person is not to be measured 
by the information which he takes in, but rather 
by his ability in using the quantity of information 
which has become a part of him. As food must be 
broken up by the process of digestion and then be 
absorbed by the body, so also are fragments of truth 
absorbed and assimilated by the mind. What re- 
mains in a person's intellect after such a process 
and is used in his intellectual endeavors, is the 
measure of his education. 

This above fact can best be illustrated by the 
following incident. A student who wanted to become 
as well educated as his professor asked him how 



he might become like him. "Memorize this book," 
said the professor. The man took the book and 
began to memorize the pages one by one. At the 
end of two years the man returned to the profes- 
sor, told him that he had memorized the book, and 
demanded a certificate. The professor was amazed at 
the man's accomplishment, but would give him no 
certificate. "You will have to wait a while for the 
certificate," said the professor. In utter dismay the 
man departed. 

Five years later, the professor sought out the 
man and questioned him about the book which he 
had memorized. The man could not recite what he 
had memorized, but he could talk intelligently 
about the essentials of the book. To his great sur- 
prise the professor gave him his certificate which 
testified to the young man's knowledge. 

No matter what testimonials we acquire as we 
progress along life's road, may it always be said 
that we were industrious, that we developed and 
used our talents to the very best of our ability, 
and that thus we have learned the an of living 
a happy cultured life. 



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5th and 4th Years 
Rev. Joseph P. Merrick, S.J. 



3rd Year 
Rev. Paul A. Nash, S.J. 



2nd Year 
Rev. James F. Morgan, S.J. 



1st Year 
Rev. Charles M. Loeffler, £ 



At Baghdad College, and at all Jesuit Schools, 
there is an office that is little known and not fully 
understood. This office is the work of the Student 
Counselor. There are times when he summons a 
boy from class, interviews him, and then sends him 
back to the classroom with a blue admittance slip. 
This may cause no little wonder on the part of his 
fellow classmates. In order to explain what might 
take place in such an interview, and in order to help 
others to fully understand and to appreciate the 
special work of the Student Counselor the following 
explanation is offered of his place in the life of 
Baghdad College. 

Is the Student Counselor primarily the spiritual 
father of the school? The answer to this question 
can be found in the Manual for Administrators: 
. . . "the traditional role of the Student Counselor 
as the spiritual adviser, the father, and friend, of the 
students should be recognized and maintained. 
Spiritual counselling must be his most important 



work. . ." From authority, then, we know that his 
work has a definite relation to the spiritual life of 
the school. 

As the spiritual father of the school the Student 
Counselor has a busy and unpredictable day. Even 
before the assembly bell rings in the morning he 
may be faced with any type of problem, spiritual, 
educational, or psychological. His day is filled with 
listening to others, making decisions about others, 
employing patience with the disturbed, courage with 
the slothful, tact with the slow, and fortitude with 
the bright. His day is marked with vulnerable 
periods, not only at the beginning of school, and 
after the school day, but also during the school day. 
He is a priest who must practice the virtue of avail- 
ability. He must by his office be ready to listen, 
ready to help, ready to make decisions, and this is 
not an easy task because it calls for quick adjust- 
ment to whatever problem might be presented. He 
must listen patiently, judge kindly, sympathize 



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readily, and prescribe honestly. It is a day when he 
calls to the front his theology, his psychology, his 
knowledge of education, common sense and tact. 




.jgpill W^TTqjsr 



REV. JOHN J. WILLIAMS, S. J. 



Nevertheless his days are consoling, for dealing with 
individuals to help them and guide them is priestly 
work that will bear fruit in later life. 



Interviewing students helps the Student Coun- 
selor to sense the trends of the spiritual life, the 
problems of one's school life, and the make up of a 
student's psychological life. To a certain extent 
problems are the same, and experience shows that, 
at times, school problems have a relationship to the 
psychological. So in some ways the Student Coun- 
selor could be called the "school psychologist." Yet, 
if a problem is beyond the scope of his professional 
training, he will be quick to recognize this, and will 
know where to turn for additional specialized pro- 
fessional help. 

The Student Counselor realizes frequently 
that he is God's instrument in something he might 
say to an individual, and in the amount of good 
that he can do. And while his outlook covers the 
broad scope of the well-rounded, well-educated 
man, his particular work is narrowed down to the 
boy's spiritual relationship to God, whether the 
problem at hand is the present duty of the student 
to his present vocation to study, or the future duties 
of the student. 

Baghdad College is blessed with competent 
capable Student Counselors whom the students find 
very easy to approach. They may counsel, and never 
see the results. They may train the young in the 
ways of the spiritual life, and do a thousand and one 
other good things for youth, and though the work 
is a silent work, they know that it is not unappre- 
ciated. Helping souls back to God is a valuable 
work that makes all worthwhile! 



1 Tjsk Co ^ee [Jie Crieasimm 



BY 

FADI ABBOSH 



When I go to the Treasurer's office, I get 
rattled. The secretary rattles me. The presence of 
the Assistant Treasurer rattles me. The machines 
rattle me. The sight of hundreds of bills rattles me. 
Everything rattles me. 

The minute I enter his office to present a 
complaint I become speechless. I knew that before. 
But the treasurer's slip in my pocket seemed to me 
to be wrong. True, I had broken that Lab equip- 
ment. But the breakage charge seemed high to me. 
And I knew that the treasurer could do something 
about it. So I moved in and watched the secretary 
at work. 

I went to the secretary's desk on which I spied 
a plate with his name, and the words, "First Class 
Secretary." He was a medium-sized, serious, person, 
who seemed to grow in stature every moment. The 
very sight of him rattled me. My voice was barely 
heard above his typewriter. 

"May I see the Treasurer?" I stuttered, the 
words dribbling from my lips. 

"Of course!" said the secretary, and disap- 
peared into an enjoining room. 

I waited, and waited, and waited, but the 
secretary didn't come back. Five whole minutes 
which seemed like five thousand years went by, 
and my imagination started working at top speed. 
I mused to myself, "Suppose the Treasurer doesn't 
like my attitude . . . then I would be in bad with 
him. . .he might even charge me extra. . ." I gulped 
and stood up, and started for the door that led out 
to freedom. Suddenly a voice froze me in my tracks. 
"The Treasurer will see you now," uttered the 
secretary matter-of-factly. 

It was too late to flee now! My heart stopped 
beating. I turned around and slowly faced the 
secretary. I must have stood like that for a long 
time because from a distance I could hear the 
secretary repeat, "The Treasurer is waiting for 
you!" 

I started to move ever so slowly towards the 
Treasurer's door, and only heaven above knows 
how long it took me to reach it, but I finally reached 
there and staggered into the room. I stood there 
facing the Treasurer seated behind his desk, but I 
couldn't see him clearly for my eyes seemed clouded 
over with fear and apprehension. Suddenly I was 
brought back to reality by a pair of eyes that bore 
into me like sharp knives. Since I didn't speak 
right up, he just looked me over, then went back 
to his papers. 



I stood there staring at him. Then my eyes 
began to swim around the room. I saw filing cabinets, 
duplicating machines, addressographs, and the thou- 
sand and one things a treasurer has in his office, — 
even a huge safe. As I looked at all this I said to 
myself, "Boy, what a complicated job, and me 
bothering him about a breakage fee!" 

Suddenly a new sound startled me out of my 
day-dream. It was his voice. He was saying "What 
do you want? What can I do for you?" 

My face was ghastly pale, and my heart raced 
down to my toes. Then I rattled in reply: "I-I-wou- 
would-li-li-like to consult-you-a-a-about-this— br— 
breakge~f-ee!" 

His face remained immobile, neither encourag- 
ing nor discouraging me. "What about the fee?" 
he asked inquiringly. 

For me this was the decisive moment. I could 
present my case. The moment for explanation had 
come, but I was struck dumb. And the words I 
wanted to force into my mouth would just not 
come out. 

"Nothing!" I blurted out. Why I said, "Noth- 
ing!", I'll never know. But I did know that I wanted 
to get out of there as fast as I could. 

"What?" the Treasurer exclaimed incredulous- 
ly, and started to drum on his desk with his finger- 
tips. 

These drumming fingertips sounded to me like 
a thousand cannons, and I started to back away 
slowly, repeating, "Nothing!". 

"Are you sure you don't want to discuss some- 
thing with me?" he asked politely. 

I did not reply. I could not reply, because 
whatever I would have said would only have made 
matters worse for me. So I let it go at that, and 
waited for him to speak again, all the while I was 
easing toward the door. 

Just as I reached the threshold he said, "All 
right you may go, but if you ever discover what you 
wish to say don't hesitate to see me again!" 

When he had finished I sped out of his office. 
It was the fastest I had moved since I had first 
entered the secretary's room. 

At last I was free. I let out a sigh of relief 
knowing that matters might have been a lot worse. 
I, then and there, resolved that if, ever, I break 
something again, I'll pay up without complaint, 
and never expose myself as a speechless wonder 
again. 



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The Assyrians, whose name was derived from 
Ashur, their national god, migrated from the 
Arabian Peninsula to the fertile cresent about 
3000 B.C., and settled in northern Iraq. They were 
a very hardy and uncivilized people, made so by 
their rugged environment and by the climatic con- 
ditions which prevailed in the area which they 
inhabited. They were often forced to defend them- 
selves vigorously, and they maintained large unified 
armies which made them worthy opponents for the 
Babylonians and the Medes. About the 9th century 
B.C., they had managed to form their first empire 
under Shalmaneser III. This empire grew until its 
borders reached from the Arabian Gulf to Armenia, 
and from Medea to the shores of the Mediterranean 
Sea. 

In the hands of Tiglath-Pileser III and his son, 
Shalamaneser V, the Assyrians entered a new era, 
one of prosperity and joyful achievement. It was 
in this period that the Assyrians reached the peak 
of their greatness, and they were called, "the Romans 
of Asia." 

After the death of Shalamaneser V, Sargon II 
became ruler of the Empire. He is known especially 
for his propensity for moving from one capital to 
another. First, he established Ashur as his head- 
quarters, then Caleh and Nineveh. Finally, he built 
himself the city of Khorsabad or "Dur-Sharrukin," 
as it was known. This capital was built about 65 
kilometers from Nineveh. It was erected in the 
form of a square, and each side of the city was 
approximately 2000 yards long. The city was entered 




by a paved road 40 feet wide. The city was sur- 
rounded by a wall which had over 150 towers and 
eight main gateways, each bearing the name of a 
god. The sides of the doors were decorated with 
two-winged oxen bearing human heads, symbols 
which the Assyrians believed would guard and 
protect them from any evil. Within the walls of 



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this capital city, Sargon built his magnificent palace. 
The area of the palace held a ziggurat and three 
small temples. 

Sargon II died only two years after the city 
was completed and Sennacherib became ruler of the 
Assyrians. Sennacherib (705-681) abandoned his 
father's capital and moved to Nineveh which he 
established as the seat of his kingdom. 

Nineveh was located on the right bank of the 
Tigris River, just opposite the present site of Mosul. 
It was surrounded by mammoth walls which en- 
circled the city. The wall was three miles long, and 
about a mile wide. Within the walls of the city 
Sennacherib constructed a magnificent palace com- 
prised of 71 halls, chambers and passages. On the 
walls of the palace were slabs of sculptured alabaster, 
memorials recording in stone the achievements, 
great deeds and victorious moments in the life of 
the ruler. Sennacherib was a man of war, for he 
conquered both Greek and Phoenician colonies and 
cities, as well as the kingdom of Judah — except for 
the capital city, Jerusalem, which refused to sur- 
render. He also crushed the revolution in Babel, 
destroying the city entirely. 

At the death of Sennacherib, his son, Esat- 



Haddon (680-669 B.C.) inherited the throne. The 
latter differed from his Father in that he was more 
logical, and he helped the Empire to progress by 
maintaining diplomatic relations with other coun- 
tries. He rebuilt Babel, and later invaded Egypt, 
the only nation which threatened the Assyrian rule. 
He conquered Egypt in 677 B.C., and made that 
country a part of the Assyrian Empire. 

The last of Assyria's great rulers was Ashur- 
Banipal (668-626 B.C.). This man was publicly 
nominated king of Assyria by his father, Esar- 
Haddon, some time before the latter's death. Ashur- 
Banipal had a great love for literature and the arts, 
and in the palace which his Father had erected for 
him, an immense number of both Assyrian and 
Babylonian literary works were discovered. The 
material in Ashur-Banipal's library consisted of 
about 26,000 stone tablets containing historical 
literature, his private library, works from the library 
of the temple, correspondence, and certain con- 
tracts. 

After the death of Ashur-Banipal, the Assyrian 
Empire gradually declined in strength, and it was 
finally looted and destroyed by the Medes in the 
year 612 B.C. 




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YUSUF CAL0TT1 



Mar Yusuf VII was born in Mosul in the year 
1881. He was christened Alexander by his father 
Abdulahad Ghanima. He received his early educa- 
tion at the Dominican School in his native city. 
And later, he studied for his ecclesiastical career in 
the Seminary of St. John, the Apostle, in this same 
city. As a youth he was quick of mind and wit, 
and the love of God and neighbor that he learned 
at home and at school never left him. Truly, he 
"grew in age and grace and wisdom before God 
and men." 

He was ordained to the Priesthood on May 15, 
1904 by the late Patriarch Mar Yusuf Emmanuel II, 
who appointed him his private secretary. And 
shortly afterwards, the administration of the Dioce- 
san Schools were entrusted to his care and guidance. 

In 1909 he accompanied Mar Yusuf Emmanuel 
II on his visit to Rome, where he was received 
in audience by Pope Pius X, and received his 
Papal Blessing. Shortly after, he returned to Mosul 
as Rector of the Mosul Chaldean Seminary. Here 
he remained for nine years deepening his already 
wide knowledge of philosophy and theology, his 
understanding of languages, and his intense life 
of the spirit. 

He was consecrated a Bishop in May, 1925 by 
the Patriarch, and appointed Assistant to the 
Patriarch in Mosul, where he served faithfully 
for fourteen years. 

Early in 1939 he was recalled to Baghdad, and 
served in a similar capacity until his election as 
Chaldean Patriarch of Babel on September 17, 1947. 

Mar Yusuf VII Ghanima, as Patriarch and 
Senator, always upheld the cause of Iraq, and the 
just cause of the Arabs in Palestine. His support 
for Mosul as Iraqi Territory during the League of 
Nations plebiscite in the '20's is well-known, as also 
his testimony before the Fact Finding Commission 
in the late '40's on the rights of the Arabs in Palestine. 

Well-versed in Oriental and European lan- 
guages, Mar Yusuf was an eloquent preacher and 
public speaker. His written works are comprised of 
numerous articles and published lectures. His efforts 
in behalf of charitable causes set an example of zeal 
for all to imitate. He will be sorely missed by num- 
berless charitable causes in Iraq. 

He died in Baghdad at the Patriarchate early 
in the morning of July 8, 1958, at the age of 77. 



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His body remained lying in state at the Residence 
until 5 :30 p.m., July 9th, in order to allow the huge 
throngs of mourners to pay their last respects and 
offer their prayers for the repose of his soul. After 
solemn obsequies and procession his remains were 
interred in the Mar Yusuf Chaldean Church, a 
fitting monument for him who showed by word 
and work the path to God. 




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A. M. KHAYYAT INHERITORS 

Manufacturers Representative — Gailani Street, Baghdad, — 



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Hobart Brothers Company, 

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Rockwell Manufacturing Company, 

Delta Power Tools Division, 400 North Levington Avenue, 

Pittsburg 8, Pa. 

The New Britain Machine Co., 

Makers of the finest Mechanics Hand Tools. Export Dept., 

238, Main Street, Cambridge 42, Mast. 

Balkrank Inc., 

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Dept., 238, Main Street, Cambridge 42, Mass. 

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United Kingdom 

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Manufacturers of "Bristol" Duplex Air Comp, And Associated 

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The Colchester Lathe Co., Ltd., 

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Hythe. Colchester. 

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Stenor Limited, 

Manufacturers of the Stenorizer, Kew Foot Road, 

Richmond. Surrey. 

Gordon Tools Limited, 

Tool Manufacturers, Assam Works, Rockingham St., Sheffield I. 

Douglas Ellison Ltd., 

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London, W. 5. 

The Nerus Flexible Shaft & Equipment Co. Rye. Sussex. 

F. O'Brian & Company Limited, 

Manufacturers of "MaxiMixam" Concrete Mixers, Swadlincote, 

Nr. Burton-On-Trent. 

Read & Campbell Ltd., 

Manufacturers of Fire Extinguishers Waterloo Works, 44/48, 

Monkton Works, London, S. E. II. 

Max Arc Electrics, Ltd, 

Manufacturers of Max Welders & Electrodes, Terrace Road, 

Walton-On-Thames. Surrey. 

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Adolf Ehmann O. H. G. 

Manufacturers of "Alup" Compressor Plants Carwashers, 

Carlifts & Accessories, Koergen/Neckar. (Western Germany) 

Weber Werke, 

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Kerber & Co. 

Exporters of Electric Battery Chargers, Postfach 474 

Bremen (Western Germany) 

R. S. Stokvis & Zonen N. V., 

Exporters of "Renson" Electric Water Pumps, P.O. Box 426 

Rotterdam. (Holland) 

Friedrich Kroner, 

Manufacturers of Steel Wire Ropes. Brentanostr. 18. 

Augsburg 10. (Western Germany) 

SECALT, s. a. 

Manufacturers of "Tirfor" Pulling and Lifting Appliances, 

Luxembourg. (Grand Duchy) 

Nissan Motor Company 

Manufacturers of Nissan Cars Tokyo - Japan 



CO. 

IRAQ Tel. 83088-6752 



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Secretary 34381 

Sales 34382 

Works 83915 



Facing Bricks Hollow Bricks & Blocks & 
Partition Tiles. 

Centrifugally Spun Concrete Pipes. Precast 
Concrete Paving Slabs & Kerb Stones. 



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MODERN WORKS IN BAGHDAD 



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Office 


6569 






Factory 


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IMPORTERS - «;0\TKACIORS - 


WHOLESALE DEALERS 


for : Electrical Goods 


and Fittings 


Radios and Accessories 


Refrigerators anc 


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Household Appliances 


Machineries and 


Hardware Articles 


Tools of all Descriptions 


Motors and Generators 


Electric Welding Sets 




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KHASSAKI 


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FASCO FANS 



STYLE, QUALITY 

and 

PERFECTION 




THEY LEAD 

THE 

MARKET 



Get your Fans now to be sure of a cool summer 
Sole Distributor in Iraq : C. JOHN HALKIAS - Victory Sq. Sa'adoun St. 



ISKANDER YOUSIPH 

al Amin Square — Baghdad 
Tel.: 84391 — 7395 



STOCKIST OF ALL KINDS OF QUALITY 

PAINTS AND RELATIVE ACCESSORIES 

FOR CONSTRUCTION, INDUSTRY AND 

AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING 

GENERAL PAINTING AND DECORATIVE 
CONTRACTOR 

SUPPLIER OF ABOVE AND OTHER ITEMS 

TO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

and 

CONTRACTING COMPANIES 



For Staying Power 



ATLA 



LAMPS 



TUBES 



THORN ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD 
LONDON, ENGLAND 



Distributors 

F. & A. TAWFIK YOXA\ 

BAGHDAD Tel.: 4937 



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WHETHER YOU TRAVEL FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE 



O.T.G. 



WILL SOLVE ALL YOUR TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES 

TRAVEL - Tours - International - Transport - Shipping - Forwarding - 
Customs Clearance - Air Freight 

Head Office 

445/1 Rashid Street, Baghdad - IRAQ, - Phones Nos. 6251-84253-87751 

Cables : "ORIENTOURS" — Branches : BASRAH AND MOSUL 
Agents & Correspondents : THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 

The Orient Travel Corporation - "ORIENTOURS" 

Members of the International Air Transport Association (I.A.T.A.) 
Members of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TRAVEL AGENTS (A.S.T.A.) 
Members of the International Federation of Travel Agencies (F.I.A.V.) 
Members of the WORLD ASSOCIATION OF TRAVEL AGENTS (W.A.T.A.) 

GENERAL AGENTS FOR: 
The United States Lines - Trans World Airlines - The Adriatica Lines 



DOURY and FARACE 



PHILCO SHOWROOMS 

BAB-EL-SHARQI 

Refrigerators 
Freezers 

Bottle Coolers 
Show cases 

Ice Cream Cabinets 

Washing Machines 
Air Conditioners 

Television sets, radios, etc. 
TELEPHONE 6274, 98780 

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SINDBAD HOTEL 

RASHID ST, — BAGHDAD — IRAQ, 
IN BUSINESS SINCE 1925 

TRADITIONALLY THE BEST . . . OVERLOOKING THE 
ETERNAL TIGRIS RIVER ... 45 ROOMS ALL WITH 
PRIVATE BATH . . . UNMATCHED HOSPITALITY . . . 
ORIENTAL AND EUROPEAN FOOD . . . MODERATE 
CHARGES FOR TAXI SERVICE . . . LAUNDRY AND 
DRY CLEAN IN 4 HOURS TIME . . . 



ONCE YOU STAY AT THE SINDBAD . . . YOU WILL 

REMEMBER ALWAYS . . . IT'S TRUE THE SINDBAD 

HOTEL TAKES GOOD CARE OF YOU. 

TELEPHONE: 6478 — 86181-2 — 4757 TELEGRAM: SIXDBAD BAGHDAD 



(7- el ™ Tralkias 

VICTORY SQUARE, SA'ADOUN ST. - BAGHDAD 

Leonard (American Motors) Refrigerators, 
Air Conditioners, Ranges 

Arctic Circle Air Coolers 
Webster Chicago 
Zenith Radios 

Universal Motor Electrical Parts 
Marconiphone Radios 

Fasco Oscillating Fans 



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FIT INDIA 

Super Tyres 

All The Year 

Round 



COME TO COKER'S FOR: 

Arc "Welding Equipment, 

Dagenite Batteries, 

Parker Concrete Mixers & Constr. Plant, 

Lister Diesel Engines & Elect. Generators, 

Electric Motors and Transformers, 

Fire Fighting Equipment, Fans, 

Lathes, 

Water Pumps, 

"Standard" Vanguard Motor Cars, Pick-ups, 

Station Wagons, 10, 14 and 18 H.P. 

YOUR INQUIRIES ARE WELCOMED 

WJ. COKER & COMPANY (W.LL.) 

TELEPHONES: Head Office 99091 — Showroom & Stores: 85165 



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Complete Line of 

EARTH MOVING & ROAD 

EQUIPMENT __^__ 




ALUS - CHALMERS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



WHEEL TRACTORS, CRAWLER TRACTORS 
MOTOR SCRAPERS. MOTOR WAGONS, 
MOTOR GRADERS, ELEVATING ATTACH- 
MENTS. TRACTOR SHOVELS, SCRAPERS, DOZERS, PUSHERS, RIPPERS. ROOTERS, 
SNOWPLOUGHS, SHEEPSFOOT ROLLERS, DISCS, HOISTS, WINCHES, CRANES, SIDE 
BOOMS, TRACTOR LOADERS. 



EXCAVATORS SHOVELS, DRAGLINES 
CLAM-SHELLS, TRENCH HOES, CRANES, 
TRUCK CRANES, CHAIN HOISTS, ELEC- 
TRIC HOISTS, OVERHEAD TRAVELLING 
CRANES, ELEVATING LOADERS, SOIL 
STABILIZERS, WELDING SETS AC. & DC. 
ELECTRODES. 

P&H HARNISCHFEGER 

CORPORATION 





GENERAL MOTORS 

CORPORATION 

DIESEL ENGINES GENERATING SETS AND MOTORS. 



SOLE AGENTS 

TECHNICAL WORKS LIMITED 

MUASKAR AL-RASHID BAGHDAD 

Cables : "DIESEL" Baghdad. Phones : Manager 91468. Office 99044 5.6 - W Shop 91202 

MOSUL BRANCH ; IBN AL-ATHEER STREET — PHONE : 2431 MOSUL 

















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DUNLOP PRODUCTS 




ALL TYPES OF PASSENGER, GIANT, 

EARTHMOVER, GRADER, 

TRACTOR, AGRICULTURAL, MOTOR CYCLE, 

AND BICYCLE TYRES 



CAR ACCESSORIES 



Dunlopillo 

MATTRESSES, PILLOWS AND 

VARIOUS TYPES OF CUSHIONS FOR FURNITURE. 

CINEMA SEATS ETC, 



SOLE DISTRIBUTORS IN IRAQ, 

H. S. ABED & COMPANY LIMITED 



MAIN OFFICE : MUASKER AL RASHID ROAD, BAGHDAD 

TEL. : 9061 -62-63 ( EXCHANGE ) 

BRANCHES : RASHID STREET, BAGHDAD TEL : 7845 & 5735 
AMIR ZAID STREET, MOSUL TEL : 2731 
DINAR STREET, BASRAH TEL : 3702 



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Finest Iraq Date Produced 

MANUFACTURED BY PIONEERS IN THE IRAQ DATE INDUSTRY 



ORIGINATOR 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 



ASFAR & CO., BASRAH, IRAQ 



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THE LEADING 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

IN IRAQ 

(Established in 1855) 



BAGHDAD 



BASRAH 




MIDLAND ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO. LTD. 



BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND 

MT TVT ELECTRICAL 

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Represented by : 
F. & A. TAWFIK YONAN 



HIGH 
QUALITY 



BAGHDAD 



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CRESCENT PHOTO STORES 

A. ABBOSH & Co. 



354/1 RASHID STREET, BAGHDAD 






CAMERAS OF WORLD 
RENOWN 



FILMS 




AGFA AMBI-SILETTE 24x36 



SUPER-ISOLETTE 6x6 



PAPERS 




AGFA MOVEX 8 L 




CHEMICAL 

and 

All Photographic 

Requirements 



Shot Guns and 
Ammunition 




AGFA OPTICUS 




ISOPAN FILM 



AGFA COLOR 88 AT 



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LEITZ 




for those who want the best 




DIAI.UX ' ' 




SM Slide Projector 



Since the days when it pioneered miniature 
photography, LEICA has been regarded by exper- 
ienced photographers as the ultimate goal — the 
key to better pictures. 

This is not only because the LEICA is a master- 
piece of precision, but because it has exclusive 
features which have been designed and built for 
fast, accurate, and versatile work. People everywhere 
recognize this — a fact proven by the evidence that 
most LEICA cameras are purchased upon the recom- 
mendation of Leica owners. 

Ask anyone who owns a LEICA. 

Our technical staff is at your service to recommend 
the most suitable LEITZ — microscopes and other 
optical equipment for the type of work you intend to do. 



Sole Distributor: 

LEON KOUYOUMDJIAN 

FIXIT 
Sa'doon Street, Alvviya BAGHDAD 





LABORLUX III Microscope 




EPIDIASCOPE Vh 




FIELD GLASSES 



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KELVINATOR 



REFRIGERATORS 




DEPENDABLE foR 45 YEARS 
CONVENIENT to USE 
COLD-CLEAR TdhE FLOOR 
DISTINCTIVELY DESIGNED 
ALL SIZES AVAILABLE 
SERVICE GUARANTEED 



IRAQ DISTRIBUTORS 



IBRAHIM J. SAAD & FILS 



TEL.: 7488 - 89781-5 



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LEVANT EXPRESS TRANSPORT S. A. 



ESTABLISHED Vi'.u 



TRANSPORTERS. SHIPPING AGENTS, 
FORWARDERS, PACKERS, CUSTOMS BROKERS. 



O GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ and ARAB GULF 
© GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ and ARAB GULF 
9 GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ and ARAB GULF 

O GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ, SYRIA and LEBANON 
S GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ, SYRIA and LEBANON 
O SHIPPING CORRESPONDENTS : 

© APPOINTED SURVEYORS : 

© PASSENGER SERVICE : 



Concordia Line, 

Norway. 

Compagnie Maritime Beige, 

Belgium 

Mitsui Line, 

Japan. 

Schcnker and Co., G. M. B. H., 

Germany. 

Davies, Turner and Co. Ltd., 

London. 

The American Express Co. Ltd., 

New York. 

Central Committee af the French 

Marine Insurance Companies. 

Between Baghdad/Tehran. 



Direct Regular Sailing! between U. 8. 
Atlantic Port* and Arab Gulf Pons. 

* Direct Regular Sailing! between North 
European and Arab Gulf Port*. 

* Direct Regular Sailings between Japan and 
other Far East Port* and Arab Gulf Port* 
to be resumed. 

Express Freight Service Germany Iraq. 

Express Freight Service U. K. Iraq. 

World Wide Shipping Service. 

Survey Reports issued for goods insured 
with French Insurance Companies. 
Frequent Services by Saloon Cars 
and bv Buses. 



Head office : BEYROUTH 

Also offices at : DAMASCUS, ALEPPO, TRIPOLI, BAGHDAD, BASRAH, MOSUL, 

KHANAQIN, TEHERAN, TABRIZ, KHORRAMSHAHR, KERMANSHAH, 

AHWAZ, BANDAR-SHAHPOUR, ARAK. 

THROUGH BILLS OF LADING ISSUED TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 



When we say Tomorrow, we mean Tomorrow* 



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Samawal Street 

AL DAMARACHI Building 

Telegraphic «ALBAQ,IR» 

Telephone : 6866 



ABDUL HADI BAQIR 

BAGHDAD 



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IMPORTER 



EXPORTER 



Specializes in legal questions affecting Customs, Duties, Import Licences, etc. 



Agent for FORSTER & SABBAGH Co. and LEVANT EXPRESS TRANSPORT Co. 

and other well known firms 



Has served as Clearing Agent for Baghdad College since its foundation in 1932 



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« CATERPILLAR » 

( REGISTERED TRADE MARK ) 

TRACTORS 

EARTH MOVING MACHINERY 

DIESEL ENGINES ROAD GRADERS 



A comprehensive range of spare parts and extensive service facilities are 
available under the supervision of factory trained personnel, 

All repairs are carried out in our workshops which are fully equipped 

with modern tools. 



DEALERS IN IRAQ : 



JOHN BIRCH & CO., (IRAQ) LTD. 



ENGINEERS 

INCORPORATED IN ENGLAND 
BAGHDAD 



P.O.Box 43 Telegrams : BIRCHIRAQ Tel. 31166 

LONDON OFFICE : 153, MOORGATE, LONDON, E. C. 2 
Telegrams : ENDEAVOUR, Tel. : LONDON WALL 4075 



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KHANAQIN OIL Co. Ltd 

(Agent for Government Oil Refineries Administration) 




EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS THROUGHOUT IRAQ, 

OF THE FOLLOWING PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 

on behalf of 

Government Oil Refineries Administration 

Motor Spirit 
Aviation Turbine Kerosene 
Domestic Kerosene Gas Oil 
Diesel Oil Fuel Oil Bunker C 
Special and White Spirit 
Lubricating Oil Bitumen 



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J. P.BAHOSHY & CO. W. L. L. 

CAPITAL PAID I. D. 60,000 

PACHACHI BUILDING, 

South Gate, Baghdad. Telephone No. 7760 

REPRESENTING 

W. S. Barron & Son Ltd., Gloucester Flour Millstones 

R. Hudson Ltd. Leeds Light Railways Material & Wagons 

S. A. M I. C. Malines Brick Making Machinery 

Myford Engineering Co. Ltd. Beeston Nttghm. Precision Lathes & Craftsmen Carpenter Vchy. 



Mulcott Beling Co. Bradford 

Oster Manufacturing Co. Cleveland Ohio 

Norton Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd. 

Welwyn Garden City 
E. Pass & Co. Ltd. London 
Rheinstahl Eisenwerke - Gelsenkirchen A. G 
V. A. G. Mannheim 
James Taylor (England) 
Maisson Marshall Ltd. LONDON 



Machine Belting 

Pipe screwing Machinery & screwing Tackle 

Abrasives & Grinding Wheels 

Hyd raulic Thrust Bo ring Machine & Accessories 

Cast Iron Pipes & Specials 

Valves Hydrant etc. 

Shipbuilders 

Mitchell lathes 




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The 



world's 
fastest 
airliner 






on the 
world's most 
experienced airline 



This is one of the famous 707 Jet Clippers* 
of Pan American — the number 1 airline 
across the Atlantic. Enjoy quiet, vibration- 
free comfort at speeds up to 600 miles 
per hour 

Daily transatlantic Jet flights to the U.S.A. 
offer both Deluxe and Economy -Class 
service at no increase in fares. Service 
from London, Paris & Rome. 

Pan American Jet Clippers will soon be 



flying to major destinations around the 
world, connecting 79 lands on six con- 
tinents, with the greatest network of air 
routes of any airline in the world 

No matter where you want to go, it costs 
no more to fly the finest — and enjoy the 
superior service and reliability that you 
find only on the World's Mosr Experien- 
ced Airline. Call your IATA Travel Agent 
or Pan American. 



Trade Mark 



Baghdad : 

Saadun Str., 

Tel. 88300 & 87709 



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II \:W\ A SHAIKH 

RIVER TRANSPORT COMPANY 

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. 



Competitive rates given for large shipments, between Basrah, Amarah, 
Kut, Baghdad and intermediate Ports. 



River fleet supplemented by the purchase of the entire craft, stores and 

equipment of the Euphrates and Tigris Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. 

(In voluntary liquidation), represented in Iraq by their Agents, 

Messrs. Gray, Mackenzie & Co., Ltd. 



Sea-going transportation in the Persian Gulf between Basrah, Kuwait, 
Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. 



Selling Agents for Khanaqin Oil Co., Ltd. Products. 



Interested in obtaining Agencies for First-Class Shipping Co. 



Formerly Suppliers of Building Materials for A.I.O.C. at Abadan and 

Bandar Mashur, such as Bricks, Shingle, Ballast, Sand, Gatch, etc.. 

Suppliers of bricks for Kuwait Oil Co., Ltd., in Kuwait. 

Mostly delivered by our own craft. 



OWNERS OF BRICK FACTORIES 

Head Office : BASRAH Branches : Amarah, Baghdad 

Bankers : British Bank of the Middle East, Eastern Bank, Ottoman Bauk, 
Arab Bank, Rafidain Bank. 

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



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&€*#€* GYM SHOES 
A MUST FOR ALL SPORTS 



ThEy ARE MACJE ol SUpERJOR WHJTE, 

(NAvy bluE, bRowN or qREy duck 
wjtIh Thick outer soIe 



JUMBO — spEciAlly builT foR youNqsTERS anc! 

SpORTSMEN fROM whJTE, bROWN OR qREy CANVAS 

SizES 2-5 59o fils 

6 - 11 45o fils 





HOCKEY BOOT- UnexceIIecJ as an AllROUNd 

boOT fOR fiEld TRAJNJNq ANcl All kiN(JS of 

SpORTS. 

IdEAl fOR All OUTSidE qAMES. 

You will ENJOy ThE Mt ANd suppoRT of This 

fAMOUS boOT. 

SizES 12-1 45o fils 

2-5 49o fils 

6-11 55o fils 



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PHOTOGRAPHER OF BAGHDAD COLLEGE GRADUATES 
SPECIALIST IN PORTRAITS 


BABYLON 


STUDIO 


JEAN, PRop. TeIe 

RASHID STREET 
Opposite FETTO'S 


phoNE: 87805 

— BAGHDAD 
PHARMACY 



ZIA HOTEL 

MICHAEL ZIA 

ESTABLISHED 1911 

OVERLOOKING THE TIGRIS RIVER 

HEATING AIR-COOLING BEDROOMS-NEWLY- FURNISHED 

LOUNGE, BAR AND DINING ROOMS 

ALL ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH 

Telegram : A L Z I A Telephones : 7462, 4808 



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TECHNICAL, CONSTRUCTION & DECORATIVE MATERIALS 

MP Locks, Hinges, Bolts, etc. for doors & windows 

MG Locks for doors & furnitures 

Carbon Brushes for all industrial purposes 

Carbon [for cinema 

Conveyor & Industrial Beltings-Hoses for all purposes 

Electric and Hand Tools 

Curtain Decorative Bands, Rails & all the relative fittings 

Locks, Fittings, Slides, Handles, Edges, etc. for steel furnitures 

All Fittings, Locks, Decorations for furnitures 

Complete Show-cases & Show-windows in anodised aluminium for shops 

Slides & Sliding Doors for all purposes 

Washing Compounds for Hospitals, Hotels, Laundries, etc. 

<. VICICII I J. OBAG1 - It \«.llll \l» 
Ras-El-Karyah — Phone 7477 



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B. Sc. IN DENTAL SURGERY DENTAL SURGEON 

Dentists f o r 
BAGHDAD COLLEGE 



CHURCH STREET 
BAGHDAD 



TEL. : 



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Insist 



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RESISTOR 






POWER 
TIP 




SPARK 



PLUGS 



AUTOLITE PRODUCTS 

ACME QUALITY PAINTS 

KOHLER ELECTRIC PLANTS 

BENDIX AVIATION CORPORATION 

ECO AIR COMPRESSORS AND CAR 

WASHERS 

ROTARY LIFTS 

WELBILT AIR CONDITIONERS 

KREIDLER MOTORCYCLE 






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KB-1123 

SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR IRAQ i 

AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE CO. 

(EST. 1928 ) 

HEIRS OF C. BOUKATHER 

Republic Street 
BAGHDAD 



Cables : AMAUCO 



Tel. 6646 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



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A. Abbosh 126 

Abdul-Hadi Baqir 129 

Abdul-Masih Khayyat 114 

Al-Suhail Trading 102 

Alumni Sodality 104 

Andrea's Pharmacy " . . 102 

Asfar Dates 124 

Autoworks 113 

Babylon Studio 138 

Bata Shoe 137 

B.O.A.C 99 

Boukather 143 

C. John Halkias , 117, 119 

Coca Cola 122 

Derbendi Khan Contractors 1 09 

Diana Beer 139 

Eastern Distillery 116 

F. & A. Tawfik Yonan 116, 117, 125 

Fixit 127 

Gabriel J. Obagi 139 

Ghazi Cigarette 125 

Halatah Bros 104, 138 

Hanna Shaikh River Transport .... 136 

H.S. Abed 123 

Ibrahim Saad 128 

ICI 106 

Imprimerie Catholique 103 

Iraq Bldg. Materials 115 

Iraq Spinning and Weaving 101 

Iraq Times 101 

Iskander Yousiph 117 



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John Birch 130 

J.P. Bahoshy 133 

K. & E.M. Lawee Ill 

Khanaqin Oil Co 131 

Kik 141 

L. & D. Mangassarian 109 

Levant Express Transport 129 

L. Foster & Sabbagh 102 

Middle East Development Co 108 

Dr. Muhammad Ismail and Son. . . . 141 

Nairn 107 

National Tobacco 107 

Orientours 118 

Orosdi-Back 125 

Pal 138 

Pan American Airlines 134 

Pepsi Cola 132 

Petroleum Sunday 105 

Philco 118 

Philip's 140 

Rafidain Drug 135, 141 

Singer Sewing Machine 98 

Sindbad Hotel 119 

S.M. Garibian 112 

S. & M. Kattan 110 

Technical Works Ltd 121 

Thomas Press 100 

Tigris Palace Hotel Ill 

Vegetable Oil Extraction 142 

W.J. Coker 120 

Zia Hotel 138 



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WHAT HAS AL-HIKMA UNIVERSITY 
TO OFFER YOU ? 



AN EDUCATION 

in an institution founded the year Iraq became an inde- 
pendent nation ; 

by a group of teachers with a quarter of a century of 
experience in this country ; 

under a system of education which is 400 years old, yet 
is in touch with modern needs and methods; 

through a balanced course of studies that is in line with 
latest scientific thought, yet given in the capital of 
the nation and adapted to its present problems and 
future development ; 

to prepare you for a VOCATION and a CAREER by 
liberal studies and professional training. 

A VOCATION 

Liberal studies train you : 

to think, write, and speak clearly; 

to judge the present by the wisdom of the past; 

to develope a sense of responsibility towards your 

country, its leaders, and its citizens; 
to know, accept, and fulfill your role in life. 

A CAREER 

The professional training gives you: 

a foundation in the principles of your field ; 

a knowledge of how best to apply those principles ; 

practice and skill in laboratory experiments; 

a preparation for advanced studies in your specialty. 



AL - HIKMA 
UNIVERSITY 

OF BAGHDAD 



FOUNDED IN 1956 BY THE JESUIT FATHERS 

WHO SINCE 1932 HAVE CONDUCTED 

BAGHDAD COLLEGE 



BOX 260 BAGHDAD 



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1. Where is Al-Hikma University of Baghdad ? 

It is located in Zafaraniya, a newly developed area 
south of the city, twenty minutes by car from South 
Gate on the main road from Baghdad to Kut. 

Classes begin on the University Campus at Zafaraniya 
in September, 1959. Until then the University is in 
temporary residence in Sulaikh on the Baghdad College 
campus. 

2. What is Al-Hikma University of Baghdad ? 

It is an institution of higher learning begun in 1956 
by the Jesuit Fathers who since 1932 have been conduct- 
ing Baghdad College. At present it offers two programs 
of study, one leading to a Bachelor of Science degree 
in Business Administration and one to a Bachelor of 
Science degree in Engineering Physics. 



3. Of what standard are these programs of study ? 

Both programs of study are similar to those offered 
in colleges and universities in the United States and are 
of the same standard. 



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4. What kind of training does the Business Administra- 

tion program give ? 

It trains the student professionally to be an admin- 
istrator. He is not to be merely an accountant, even 
though he takes three years of accounting, but he 
is to be an executive, that is, a person who in business 
or industry can intelligently direct operations. 

5. What opportunities for work are there for the Busi- 

ness Administration graduate ? 

Industrial plants, set up both by government and 
private groups, need trained managers. Banks are open- 
ing many branches and are looking for adequate super- 
visory staffs. The construction of roads, housing projects. 
schools and hospitals means a great increase in buying 
and selling. The development of natural resources as a 
result of expansion in industry and agriculture will result 
in a corresponding expansion in business. 

6. Is the Business Administration graduate limited to 

business only ? 

By no means. Besides these opportunities in business, 
there are many others. A graduate well trained in busi- 
ness administration has an excellent foundation for other 
fields also. Some graduates will probably go into public 
administration, others into the fields of research and 
statistics. Many will undoubtedly want to go on imme- 
diately for further study for the Master's degree. A per- 
son with a solid training and a talent for management 
will always be in demand, and will be ready for the 
challenge of new problems. 



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7. What is the Engineering Physics program ? 

Like civil engineering, mechanical engineering, etc., 
engineering physics is one of the recognized branches of 
engineering offered by many universities. 

The engineering physics curriculum is in line with 
the most modern thought in engineering education, 
which emphasizes the basic sciences of physics, mathe- 
matics, and chemistry, as well as the fundamental engi- 
neering sciences. With the advancement of technology, 
even new instruments and machines are constantly being 
replaced by newer and better ones. While techniques 
will go out of date, a knowledge of the basic sciences 
and an ability to think and make applications are of last- 
ing value. This knowledge of the basic sciences and the 
ability to apply them are stressed in the engineering 
physics course. 



8. Is the graduate an engineer ? 

Yes. There are many branches of engineering. Civil, 
mechanical and electrical are the most common, but 
many others, such as architectural, chemical, industrial, 
petroleum engineering, and engineering physics, are also 
offered in various places. Graduates in all these bran- 
ches of engineering are engineers. 



Drawing Room 




9. What is the aim of the Engineering Physics 

program ? 

It prepares the student to work directly after grad- 
uation. It also prepares him to go on directly for a 
Master of Engineering degree in the various branches of 
engineering or for a Master of Science degree in Physics. 

10. What kind of work can an engineering graduate 

do immediately after graduation ? 

He will be a desirable employee in an engineering 
company because of the engineering courses he has taken 
and because of the training he has received. He has a 
background in the following engineering sciences: statics, 
dynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, 
strength of materials, electricity, electronics, metallurgy, 
surveying and drawing. The type of training he has 
received developes his ability to think and his sense of 
responsibility. 

Engineering is a practical science. Like any other 
student finishing an engineering course, the graduate of 
Al-Hikma is not a finished engineer. He must learn 'on 
the job'. His background at Al-Hikma trains him well to 
do this. Of course, much depends on the individual 
student's ability and interest. 




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II. How well-recognized is Al-Hikma ? 

While Al-Hikma is young, it comes from a distin- 
guished family. The Jesuit system of education is over 
400 years old. Al-Hikma is a member of the Jesuit Edu- 
cational Association of the United States, which has as 
members more than 28 colleges and universities, includ- 
ing 17 Colleges of Business Administration and 7 Colleges 
of Engineering. The educational work of the Jesuit Fa- 
thers in Baghdad is widely recognized not only because 
it prepares the student well in languages and science, 
but also because of the discipline it instills and the mor- 
al training it provides. 



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12. What is the tuition ? 

The tuition is 150 dinars per year. This is, of course, 
far less than a student would have to spend for studies 
abroad. Unlike the student who has contracted obliga- 
tions for his higher education, the graduate of Al-Hikma 
is free to work on his own, immediately after graduation, 
and can expect, even in the beginning to earn a salary 
which will in matter of months repay his tuition. 



FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OR WRITE TO : 

REV. JOSEPH L. RYAN, S.J. 

Dean 

AL-HIKMA UNIVERSITY OF BAGHDAD 

BOX 260 BAGHDAD IRAQ TEL. 29660 

After August, 1959, telephone : 98571 








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CURRICULUM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



FIRST YEAR 


SECOND YEAR 


3 Arabic 


4 Accounting 


3 Economics 


3 Arabic 


3 English 


3 Economic Geography 


3 History 


and Development 


3 Mathematical and 


3 English 


Statistical Analysis 


3 Logic 


THIRD YEAR 


FOURTH YEAR 


3 Accounting 


3 Accounting 


3 Business Law 


3 Ethics 


3 Statistics, 


3 Marketing, Industrial 


Corporation Finance 


Relations 


3 Industrial Organization 


3 Psychology 


4 Philosophy 


3 Sociology 


CURRICULUM IN PHYSICS&ENGINEERING SCIENC 


FIRST YEAR 


SECOND YEAR 


3 Arabic 


3 Calculus 


3 Calculus 


4 Electricity and 


3 English 


Magnetism 


4 Mechanics, Optics 


4 Drawing. Surveying 


4 Qualitative and Quanti- 


3 English 


tative Chemistry 


3 Logic 


THIRD YEAR 


FOURTH YEAR 


4 Acoustics, Thermody- 


3 Atomic. Nuclear and 


namics 


Solid State Physics 


3 Differential Equations. 


3 Ethics 


Advanced Calculus 


3 Fluid Mechanics, He 


3 Electronics 


Transfer 


4 Philosophy 


3 Psychology 


4 Statics, Dynamics 


3 Strength of Materials 



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Fourth Row: Left to right: Nuri al-Saidi, Frederick Edward, Sirbest Qazzaz, Ismail Rudaini, Saadun al-Na'aimi, Shawqi 
Hanna Shaikh, Faiz Qazwini, Surin Haik. 

Third Row : Ajil al-Hathal, Hazim Atiyya, Zuhair al-Uthari, Mahir Nuraddin, Shukri Hanna Shaikh, Salar Ghafur, Luayya 
al-Qazwini, Husain Afnan, Adil Hanna Shaikh. 

Second Row : Jalal Saur, Muhammad al-Qazwini, Adil Yusuf, al-Adhim Miri, Daud Leon, Nimat Hanna, Sinan Sadiq, 
Muhammad Ali Talib. 

First Row: Riadh Yusuf, Roger Essayi, Iyad Kurukchi, Fr. Taft, S. J., Adil Malak, Basim Hanna Shaikh, Alfred George. 



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JUNIOR BOARDERS - 1958-1959 

Fourth Row: Left to right: Atillah Mahdi al-Haimus, Freddy Antun, Basim Yusuf, Sahir 
Elias Shukur, Walid Joseph Bunni, Arshak Yusuf, Walid Peter Garabet, Mahmud al-Ghanim, 
Shahir Nuraddin, Muhammad Atiyya, Nabil al-Shawwaf. 

Third Row: Naif Mahrut Hathal, Ahmad Rakan al-Aziz, Krikor Simonian, Hartyun 
Maranjian, Skender Ishu, Aqil Atiyya, Yusuf Ismail, Husain Ali Charchafchi, Guy Charles 
Kurukchi, Khalil Shafiq Habibi. 

Seco?id Row: Mahmud Jamal al-Khaffaf, Yusuf Nicola Rabbat, Walid Antwan Faraj, 
Nabil al-Shawk, Khalid Muhammad al-Dukhair, Claude de Marchi, Adil Anis Jurjis, Elias 
Khayyat, Jack Ilu. 

First Row: Iyad Zabuni, Gabriel Hindu, Wayil Qasim 

al-Saqir, Fr. Mahan, S.J., Kamiran Muhammad al-Dabbagh, CARD PASSINT 

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