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DEDICATION 



For thirty years Baghdad College has been training, developing, and 
educating the youth of Iraq to face life's problems and to solve them 
with success. 

For over twenty-five of those years there has been one in the midst 
of us who has grown with the College in age and grace and wisdom. 
Now, it is his appointed task to plan the future of Baghdad College, 
and to lead its sons along the paths of even greater heights of maturity, 
virtue, and knowledge. 

In appreciation for his past devotedness, and with a prayer for his 
future successful accomplishments, the 1962 edition of A L- IRAQI is 
respectfully dedicated to Very Reverend John J. Williams, S.J. 




VERY REVEREND JOHN J;. WILLIAMS, S.J 

SUPERIOR OF JESUITS IN IRAQ 






REVEREND MICHAEL J. McCARTHY, S. .1. 

RECTOR OF BAGHDAD COLLEGE 





REV. JAMES F. MORGAN, S. J. 
Administrator 



REV. JOHN V. OWENS, S. J. 
Treasurer 






REV. HAROLD R. POWERS, S.J. 

Principal 



REV. THOMAS J. KELLY, S.J. 
Assistant Principal 




Mr Wilson Narsai 
Secretary 





Mr. Metti Ibrahim 
Secretary 




Dr. Clement Serkis 
School Physician 




Mr. M \m i.i Abdulah \i> 
Assistant to Treasurer 



Mr. Kiialil Sac;man 
Assistant to Treasurer 





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SENIOR 



ABDUL-ADHIM MIRI 

A quiet thoughtful member of the 
class, A-Adhim made lasting friends 
while at B.C. He enjoyed all sports, 
but especially basketball and volley- 
ball. Math and physics were his best- 
liked subjects. He plans to become an 
engineer. 

Basketball 

Football 

Intramurals 





Rev. Sidney M. Macneil, s.j. 



B. — G. 



ABDUL-RAZZAQ. AZIZ 

\ popular classmate with an ever 

increasing circle of friends, Atxlul- 

z '| readily discussed literature, 

ny, economics and math with 

all who would listen. He was happy 

jumping and running 

track. He expects to be 

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ABDULLAH AL-DABBAGH 

An outstanding leader in the class- 
room and on the field of sports, 
Abdullah was also an active debater 
and scientist. He relaxed listening to 
good music and reading the best in 
literature. Math., English, and Arabic 
were his best subjects. He is ambi- 
tious to become a writer. 

Debating Academy 
Al-Iraqi Stajf 
Scientific Academy 
Basketball 
Intramurals 



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ABDUL -S ATTAR AL-ANSARI 

A calm and diligent member of the 
class, Abdul Sattar appreciated his 
years at B.C. to the full. He was an 
excellent debater in the Arabic debat- 
ing academy, and a frequent visitor 
to the library. The medical profes- 
sion appeals to him very much. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




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ADIL MALIK 

Possessed with an energetic spirit, 
Adil made many sincere friends at 
Baghdad College. He played excel- 
lent basketball, and excelled in track. 
His ability in the mathematical field 
points towards success as an engineer. 

Basketball 

Track 

Intramurals 




Mr. Nuri al-Qaisi 




1962 



ADNAN AL-QALAMCHI 

A thoroughly amiable and capable 
young man who delighted all with 
his violin playing, Adnan was a hard 
worker with disregard for a holiday. 
His sports interests were track and 
a flair for physics will aid his pursuit 
of an engineer's degree. 

Dramatic Academy 
Track 




ADIL QASIM 

Unassuming and easy going Adil 
won a legion of lifelong friends. He 
enjoyed all B.C. facilities and took 
special interest in the debating and 
science academies. He was always 
ready for a picnic. Skill in scientific 
subjects will fit him for his chosen 
field of engineering. 

Debating Academy 
Library Staff 
Scientific Academy 




AJIL AL-HATHAL 

Kerbala's welcome contribution to 
the boarding school and B.C., Ajil 
proved himself a gentleman and 
athlete. His favorite sports were 
basketball and volleyball. He relaxed 
while hunting. After Law school he 
will decide his real future. 

Volleyball Track 
Baseball Intramurals 




SENIOR 



ALI AL-QALAMGHI 

A lively and spirited youth with a 
bent towards body-building Ali 
could more than hold his own in the 
classroom and on the sports fields. 
He loved all sports and excelled 
in baseball, track and basketball. 
Proficiency in math and physics 
points towards a career as a civil 
engineer. 

Al-Iraqi Staff 
Debating Academy 
Elocution 
Scientific Academy 
Basketball Team 
Football Team 
Track 
Intramurals 




ANAND MOHINDRA 

Competent, industrious, and stu- 
dious Anand found time for many 
activities.He took delight in watching 
all sports, especially baseball and 
volleyball. A pursuit of perfection in 
math and physics leads him 
cess in the business world. 

Intramurals. 
Al-Iraqi Staff 





ANAN ALLOS 

Sincere, faithful, and talented, Anan 
charmed all with his accordion and 
harmonica playing. He kept fit by 
playing handball and tennis. His 
best subjects were English and math. 
He plans a future in the medical 
profession. 

Sodality 
Al-Iraqi Staff 
Intramurals 



Rev. William D. Sheehan, s.j. 



B. — C. 




ANMAR AL-QASSAB 

A superior student with a fine com- 
petitive spirit, Anmar was a consis- 
tent class leader. He furthered his 
talents amongst the debaters and 
scientists. Stamps fascinated him and 
relaxed his mind. Here is another can- 
didate for the ranks of the engineers. 

Debating Academy Al-Iraqi Staff 

Dramatic Academy 

Scientific Academy Intramurals 




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ARA KIVORKIAN 

A steady and dependable disposition 
has enabled Ara to make innumera- 
ble and lasting friendships at B.C. He 
enjoyed a good debate and liked the 
bounce of the American football. 
Oftentimes you would find him 
behind a book. His facility in physics 
and botany will aid him in his 
chosen field of dentistry. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




ARAM TCHOBANIAN 

A quiet pleasant personality will 
carry Aram very far along life's tur- 
bulent road. He liked fencing during 
debate and from behind the rapier. 
He relaxed by reading the best. His 
lab work and ability in the sciences 
are strong reasons why he should be 
a good doctor. 

Debating Academy 
Al-Iraqi Staff 




Mr. Alfred Nasri 



1962 




ARMIN QAZANJIAN 

An earnest attentive student was 
Armin, admired by all with whom he 
came in contact. His best classes were 
in math; his favorite sports: basket- 
ball and tennis. For relaxation he 
collected stamps, and was adept with 
carpenter's tools. He hopes to enter 
the field of architecture or become 
a jet pilot. 

Debating Academy 



ARSHAK YUSUF YANIK1AN 

Versatile, sociable and artistic sum 
up the personality of this loyal 
member of the boarding section. 
Arshak participated in all sports and 
found time for photography and 
music. His partiality to science might 
lead him to the medical school. 

Al-Iraqi Staff 

Dramatic Academy 

Intramurals 




SENIOR 



BASIL AL-ASWAD 

A consistent class leader, Basil's 
talents shone in the classroom, and 
on the debating platform, and in 
the science academy. He relaxed at 
handball and at the cinema. His 
proficiency in science directs him 
towards the field of medicine. 

Debating Academy 
Al-Iraqi Staff 
Scientific Academy 
Intramurals 





Rev. Joseph G. Fennell, s. j. 



B. — G. 



EDMUND KALITA 

This faithful member of the Apostle- 
hip oi Prayer extended his quiet 
influence in (lass, and on campus, to 
ver widening circle of friends. 
>ies In • ollected stamps, 
and I d to go I music. His lik- 

i' math points towards success 

in ' i ing. 

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BASIL TUMMINA 

Sincere, friendly and appreciative 
of all favors, Basil made many life- 
long friends at B.C. He was proud of 
the landscape, the cleanliness, and 
the order to be found on campus. 
Sports and studies he took in stride. 
He hopes to become an engineer. 

Basketball 
Track 

Intramurals 




FAIZ AL-GAILANI 

Spirited and energetic in all things 
Faiz enjoyed his years at B.C. to the 
utmost. He was a good photographer 
and sportsman. He relaxed while 
listening to the best in music. Botany 
fascinated him, and he will follow 
his fascination into medicine. 

Intramurals 
Al-Iraqi Staff 




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FARUQ.AZIZ 

A calm and diligent member of the 
class, Faruq was impressive as a 
debater and true sportsman. He took 
great pleasure in good music, and 
in p'aying his harmonica. Botany and 
English were his best liked subjects. 
He plans to be a doctor. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




Mr. Elia Yaqub 



1962 



FUAD SAID 

Outwardly serene and quiet, but 
possessing depths of determination, 
Fuad absorbed many of the books of 
the library. He prepared a good 
debate and relaxed on the field of 
sports. His favorite studies English 
and chemistry will aid his desire for 
a medical degree. 

Debating Academy Intramurals 





FAWZI AL-DABBAGH 

A man of varied activities, Fawzi 
was a mainstay of the Apostleship of 
Prayer and exerted great influence in 
the science academy. He loves sports 
and good reading. His future plans 
call for engineering school. 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Scientific Academy 
Library Staff 
Intramurals 




GABRIEL HINDU 

Basra's gift to B.C. and the boarding 
school amiable, sociable, and capable 
Gabby was prominent in sports, 
dramatics and in the spiritual acad- 
emies. His competence is studies 
leave him many choices, but he has 
chosen electrical engineering. 

Apostleship of Prayer 

Dramatic Academy Intramurals 




SENIOR 




GALEN PARHAD 

A willing and determined student, 
Galen gave a good account of him- 
self at all times. He played a good 
game of tennis, and enjoyed all 
sports. A short story would enthrall 
him. His favorite subjects were 
botany and physics. He leaves his 
future undecided. 

Tennis 

Intramurals 




GEORGE ABBU 

Serious and quiet-minded George 
was a favorite of his classmates. He 
was an eloquent listener who read 
much. Track and volleyball were 
sports' interests. His ability to be 
ready with the right answer will be 
most necessary for medicine. 

Volleyball 

Intramurals 




Rev. Stanislaus T. Gerry, s.j. 



B. — C. 




GEORGE DAVID A 

A popular friendly courageous mem- 
ber of the (lass with a fine competi- 
tive spirit. George has many accom- 
iments. He was prominent in the 
academy. He read much, 
:laxed at the ;> ; ng-pong table, 
il engineering. 

Scientific Academy 
Al-Iraqi St 



GEORGE JAMIL 

Industrious, intelligent, and com- 
petent, sum up capable George. He 
was spiritual minded, and studious. 
Sports also made him a well deve- 
loped personality. His talent for 
science speaks well for success in the 
field of engineering. 

Apostleship of Prayer 

Debating Academy Intramurals 




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GHASSAN KHAIRI 

Lively and energetic Ghassan exerted 
a far reaching influence among his 
classmates. He was prominent in 
debating and in the science academy. 
Occasionally he indulged in hand- 
ball. His ability in Arabic will help 
determine his future. 

Debating Academy 
Scientific Academy 
Al-Iraqi Staff 





Mr. Azhar Sharif 



1962 



HARBI IBRAHIM 

Dependable studious hardworking 
Harbi was a loyal supporter of all 
sport teams. He was prominent in 
the Apostleship of Prayer. The boun- 
ce of the ping-pong ball and the 
american football thrilled him. His 
math ability will aid his quest for an 
engineer's degree. 

Apostleship of Prayer 




GHALIB TALIA 

A quiet serious student whose sense 
of humour lies hidden behind a 
deceptive demeanor, Ghalib was a 
faithful member of the Apostleship 
of Prayer. He debated and played 
handball with equal vigor. He liked 
chemistry best of all subjects, and 
will strive for success in the medical 
profession. 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Debating Academy 




HAZIM ATIYYA 

A thoroughly interesting and amiable 
young man whose accomplishments 
in class, on the stage, and on the 
field of sport are most noteworthy. 
Hazim liked to relax on a good hunt. 
His desire to design leads him on to 
be an architect. 

Debating Academy Basketball 
Track Intramurals 




SENIOR 



HRATCH H. KOUYOUMDJIAN 

Unassuming and easy-going by na- 
ture Hraj always gave his best efforts 
to every task. He was prominent in 
the science and debating academies. 
Model airplanes intrigued him. His 
stamp collection is among the best. 
His future work will be in electronics. 

Debating Academy 
Library Stajf 
Scientific Academy 
Intramurals 





Rev. Paul A. Nash, s.j. 



B. — G. 



HUSAIN ALI 

A popular classmate with an ever 

widening circle of friends, Husain 

- njoyed all his years at B.C. He liked 

guages and literature best. Relax - 

for him was a good swim. He 

apply for admittance to the 

ichool. 

ali. 




HUSAIN AL-CHALABI 

Many and varied interests helped to 
make Husain the well-rounded man. 
Sports, debating and science all claim 
him. His favorite sport: basketball; 
subject: math. His perseverance will 
see him through the engineering 
college. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 
Scientific Academy 




IHSAN NAJIB 

With a real sense of value, Ihsan 
always put first things first. He parti- 
cipated in many sports, but singled 
out handball and baseball as favo- 
rites. A liking for math and chemistry 
will stand by him as he acquires a 
doctor's skills. 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Intramurals 




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I MAD QASIM 

Spirited and energetic at all times, 
Imad was always ready for any form 
of exercise. He was equally at home 
in the science and debating acade- 
mies. He was ever looking forward 
to the end of a marking period. Next 
year we will see his marks in engine- 
ering. 

Scientific Academy 
Debating Academy 
Volleyball Team 
Football Team 





Rev. Edmund F. Kelly, s.j. 



1962 



JAMAL YUSUF 

Possessed of a strong physique Jamal 
proceeded to develope it on the sports 
field, and on basketball court. Class 
room conquests included Arabic and 
trig. He was often seen in chapel. 
He places his future among the en- 
gineers. 

Basketball Team 
Intramurals 




IYAD KURUKGHI 

A loyal class member from the board- 
ing section, Iyad made many lifelong 
friends at B.C. He pursued his studies 
with vigor and gave unsparingly of 
his time to many projects. He liked 
sports, dramatics, and the library. 
Mechanical ability points towards 
mechanical engineering. 

Apostles hip of Prayer 
Library Staff 
Dramatic Academy 
Elocution 
Al-Iraqi Staff 
Intramurals 




JOHN MAQSUD 

A steady and dependable member 
of the Apostleship of Prayee, John 
also found time for the science and 
debating academies. He relaxed on 
the tennis and handball courts. He 
also enjoyed a good cinema. He will 
prepare for a future in engineering. 

Apostleship of Prayer 

Scientific Academy Debating Academy 




SENIOR 



KAMAL ELYAHU 

A lively and spirited young man with 
a talent for debating, Kamal lent 
himself fully to his work. He found 
many other stamp collectors at B.C. 
He enjoyed a good game of chess. 
His flair for designing and symmetry 
call him to architectural studies. 

Debating Academy 





Mr. Mahmud Yusuf 



B. — C. 



KORKIS MICHAEL 
A calm yet spirited gentleman whose 
hright spirit illumined all who came 
in contact with him, Korkis was at 
ease on the debating platform and 
on the football field. He appreciated 
in the Apostleship of Prayer. 
II to be< ome a chemist. 

'< \p oj Prayer 

Football Team 
\ck Intramural \ 




KAMIL SHASHU 

A loyal supporter of class activities 
and sports, Kamil is bound to be 
loyal to life's ideals. He participated 
in debating and scientific lectures. 
When not working over his stamp 
collection, he listened to good music. 
He plans to be an electrical engineer. 

Scientific Academy 
Debating Academy 




KRIKOR DRAMIRIAN 
A good-natured, and capable mem- 
ber of the class Krikor was most 
active in debating, dramatics, and 
scientific talks. He worked out fre- 
quently on the track. He favored the 
sciences, but also liked the languages. 
Hence he can't decide whether to be 
an actor or an engineer. 

Scientific Academy Debating Academy 

Track Intramurals 







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KRIKOR WARTKISSIAN 

A thoroughly capable and amiable 
young man who enjoyed his years 
at B.C., Krikor enjoyed the sciences 
most of all. He liked all sports, but 
favored football. He relaxed either 
at the cinema or on a picnic. He is 
trying to decide between engineering 
and geology for the future. 

Scientific Academy 
Debating Academy 




LUAY AL-QAZWINI 

Quiet and visionary on the surface 
Luay was much down-to-earth in 
science and language. He enjoyed 
all intramural sports. He favored 
math amongst his subjects. This leads 
him naturally towards engineering. 

Elocution 
Intramurals 





LEON ASILIAN 

Sincere, friendly and with a variety 
of interests, Leon was well-liked by 
all at B.C. He lent great backing to 
his class teams, and enjoyed all 
sports. He relaxed at the cinema. 
He plans to be an electrical engineer. 

Intramurals 



Mr. Salahaddin Mustafa 



1962 




MAHIR MADHAT 

A tall talented, artistic, young man, 
Mahir found an outlet for his zeal 
in the academies and on the playing 
field. He favored track and tennis. 
Practicing music absorbed many of 
his leisure hours. Ability in math and 
physics will help him to be a good 
civil engineer. 

Intramurals 




SENIOR 



MAJID SHAMMAMI 

A faithful member of the Apostleship 
of Prayer, Majid enjoyed all activi- 
ties at B.C. He relaxed over a good 
book and on the handball court. 
Another devotee of math and physics 
he will seek his future at the engine- 
ering college. 

Apostleship of Prayer 





Rev. John J.F. McCarthy s.j. 



B. — C 



MAMUN AL-SHAWWAF 
A perfect gentleman with an un- 
equalled manner that won him many 
friends, Mamun prepared a good 
debate, and also lent himself to the 
<• academy. He relaxed at the 
pool and at the cinema. His liking 
,-ntific subjects leads him to 
ing. 

lemy Debating Academy 
Dramatic Academy Intramurals 







MAKRAM GEORGE 

A steady, competent, and capable 
member of the class, Makram was 
also a faithful member of the Apos- 
leship of Prayer. He was on the 
library staff and spent time on his 
photography work. A competence 
in chemistry and biology help him 
to decide to be a doctor. 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Library Staff 




MOSHI ABID 

Scientific subjects always fascinated 
Moshi. He also liked a good debate 
and lively discussion. For outside 
activities he favored baseball. Indoors 
he read much and listened to the best 
in music. His liking for botany and 
chemistry leads him to decide on 
medicine. 

Debating Academy Dramatic Academy 
Elocution Scientific Academy 




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MUHAMMAD ALI TALIB 

An earnest boarding student, and 
good mixer, Muhammad's steady 
disposition gained him many friends. 
He engaged in numerous intramural 
sports and loved a good debate. A 
liking for chemistry and biology 
augur well for future medical studies. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 





MUNTHAR KAMIL 

A big generous person in every res- 
pect, Munthar won the lasting esteem 
of his classmates by his piety and 
good-will. At school he supported 
all class teams. He relaxed while 
hunting, and building model air- 
planes. He plans to be an electrical 
engineer. 

Apostleship of Prayer 



MUNIB AL-SHAIKH 

A faithful member of the debating 
academy, Munib had a keen interest 
in all activities. He relaxed at tennis 
and swimming, also by playing his 
accordion. His interest in the sciences 
leads him to seek a doctor's degree. 

Apostleship of Prayer 

Debating Academy 

Al-Iraqi Staff Intramurals 



1962 




MUHAMMAD SHKARA 

Sincere, friendly, industrious, Mu- 
hammad found time for participa- 
tion in the science and debating 
academies along with playing and 
supporting intramural sports. Off 
campus he did part-time work at an 
extraction factory. This will benefit 
him as he approaches engineering 
studies. 

Dramatic Academy 
Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




MURAD WARTANIAN 

A quiet and studious classmate, 
Murad preferred math and English 
classes to all others. He prepared a 
good debate, and faithfully worked 
out in intramural sports. He relaxed 
with a good novel. The civil engi- 
neers have a good candidate. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




SENIOR 







MUTHANNA KANNUNA 

A friendly and thoroughly likeable 
classmate, Muthanna was ever inte- 
rested in mechanical things. He fixed 
anything that needed mechanical 
fixing. Physics was his favorite sub- 
ject. Needless to say he plans to be 
a mechanical engineer. 

Intramurals 
Al-Iraqi Staff 




MUZAHIM SIDDIQ. 

A sincere and sunny disposition made 
Muzahim very popular on campus. 
He played a fast game of handball 
and tennis, and was also a body- 
builder. Chemistry and physics were 
his best-liked subjects. He plans a 
career in medicine. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




NABIL AL-ASTRABADI 

A diligent reflective student determi- 
mine to do well no matter what the 
sacrifice involved, Nabil always 
gave a good account of himself. He 
enjoyed sports, and sports cars. Scien- 
ce labs were his preferred classes. 
He will follow medical studies. 

Intramurals 




NABIL HASSU 

Tall, quiet, sincere Nabil never lost 
an opportunity to be helpful and 
kind. He loved all sports, but played 
i>all and handball best. Good 
music had a strong appeal for him. 
He plans to enter medical college 
next fall. 

Baseball Team 
Intramurals 



B. — G. 



NABIL AL-SHAWWAF 

Versatile, sociable, and happy by 
nature, Nabil won a host of devoted 
friends at B.C. His interest in dra- 
matics flowered. His application to 
sports built a strong body for a strong 
mind. He will apply himself to en- 
gineering studies. 

Dramatic Academy Al-Iraqi Staff 
Track Intramurals Intramurals 




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NADIM ADIL 

Volatile, expressive, and sincere, 
Nadim made his influence felt in 
many circles. He was an outstanding 
debater and elocutionist. Handball 
and tennis satisfied his hunger for 
sports. His future studies call for a 
a medical degree. 

Debating Academy 
Library Staff 
Elocution 
Al-Iraqi Staff 





OHANNES AVAKIAN 

Artistic, talented, Ohannes has been 
the mainstay of the Al-Iraqi art 
staff. This year he was also Editor- 
in-Chief. Arabic debating and intra- 
mural sports were other interests. 
His talents will prove valuable assets 
in architectural engineering. 

Al-Iraqi Staff 

Debating Academy 
Library Staff 



POPKIN SIMONIAN 

A pleasant persevering personality 
was possessed by Popkin in a very 
marked degree. He demonstrated 
outstanding ability as an elocutionist 
and a sportsman. Stamps were his 
hobby. His future plans call for 
studies in chemistry. 

Elocution 

Track Intramurals 



1962 




NASIR YAQUB 

A sincere and faithful member of the 
spiritual academies, Nasir was ad- 
mired by all who knew him. He 
played a good game of volleyball 
and favored the track. Since physics 
and math were favorite subjects, he 
will use them to advantage in civil 
engineering. 

Sodality 

Apostlesliip of Prayer 

Track 

Intramurals 




RAF AT FAIQ. 

A quick-spirited and enjoyable com- 
panion, Rafat expanded his activities 
to include dramatics, debating and 
the science academy. He relaxed 
over a good book. Trigonometry was 
his best liked subject; hence a career 
in engineering. 

Dramatic Academy Scientific Academy 
Debating Academy Intramurals 




SENIOR 




RAH IF QATTAN 

A broad smile, and a cheerful dispo- 
sition made Rahif very popular with 
his classmates. He participated in the 
life of the scientific and debating 
academies. For relaxation he took 
photos, played handball, and tag 
football. His scientific competence 
urges him on to conquer the chemical 
field. 

Debating Academy 
Al- Iraqi Staff 
Intramurals 




RAMZI HAMDI 

A serious and successful student, 
Ramzi was pleasant at all times. He 
liked the library best of all the attrac- 
tions at B.C. He read for relaxation 
and depth of knowledge. Since he 
preferred scientific subjects to all 
others he will continue his preference 
and become an engineer. 

Intramurals. 




RAMZI LOQA 

A sincere and faithful member of the 
spiritual academies, Ramzi was ever 
willing to lend a hand to all in need. 
He liked all sports, especially base- 
ball. He collected stamps for a hobby. 
He indicates a preference for medical 
studies. 

Sodality 

Intramurals 




RIADH PHILIP 

A big man in every respect, Riadh 
made his weight felt on the handball 
court and in the classroom. He en- 
joyed a good volleyball game, and 
relaxed at the pingpong table, or 
witli i good book. Here is another 
( andidati foi the medical college. 



B. — G. 



SAAD A-RAHMAN 

A quiet sort of person with an outlook 
on life that is both matured and in- 
telligent, Saad participated in dra- 
matics and debating. Listening to 
arabic songs relaxed him. His lean- 
ing towards science induces his choice 
of future medical studies. 



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SABRI AKKASH 

A quiet, clever, member of the school 
Sodality, Sabri was generous with his 
time and efforts at all times. Debat- 
ing and science sharpened his wits; 
sports developed his muscles. He 
would like to be a writer, but leaves 
the future to be decided. 

Sodality 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Scientific Academy 
Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




SAMI ZAKARIA 

A lad who grew up in the shadow 
of B.C., Sami knew B.C. and its ad- 
vantages long before becoming a 
successful student. He faithfully at- 
tended Sodality meetings, and loved 
to listen to good music. A fast game 
of badminton toned him up. His 
ambition is to be a doctor. 

Sodality 

Apostles hip of Prayer 




SAMIR ALWAN 

A clever young man with an infec- 
tious sense of humour, Samir loved 
to be behind the wheel of a car. He 
exchanged arguments well in con- 
trolled debate. His competitive spirit 
shone forth in handball. His future 
work is still undecided. 

Debating Academy 




SAMIR KAN A AN 

Quiet on the surface, hiding real 
depths of determination, Samir won 
his spurs on the football field. He 
showed up well in track events. A 
party brought out his sociable na- 
ture. He will apply himself to engi- 
neering studies. 

Track 
Intramurals 



1962 



SERKIS BENJAMIN 

A calm and serious member of the 
class, Serkis found time from studies 
to enjoy B.C.'s spacious grounds and 
athletic fields. He performed well at 
all sports, but liked basketball best. 
His favorites subjects, physics and 
math, will aid his pursuit of a civil 
engineering degree. 

Intramurals. 




SENIOR 



SIMON SERKIS 

A loyal member of the Apostleship 
of Prayer Simon's other interests were 
widespread. He gave a good account 
of himself in football, basketball and 
track. He rode his bicycle around 
town. Occasionally he relaxed with 
a good book. He would like to be 
a doctor. 

Apostleship of Prayer 





SINAN SADIQ 

A perfect gentleman with a winning 
smile, Sinan charmed all who came 
in contact with him. He was an 
outstanding basketball and baseball 
player. Science fascinated him. F^.ci- 
lity in math causes him to choose an 
engineering career. 

Scientific Academy 
Baseball Team 
Basketball Team 
Volleyball Team 
Intramurals 



SKENDER rSHU 

A tall, willing, youth with a sunny 
disposition, Skender won many life 
long friends (hiring his years at B.C. 
I !'■ was often seen on the tennis court. 
Debating was an outlet for express- 
ing ideas. For his life's work he 
lectri< al engineering. 

Debating Academy 



B. — C. 




SINAN AL-RAWI 

A dependable and steady disposition 
won Sinan many faithful friends on 
the campus. He was an academy 
man: science, debating and drama- 
tics. Swimming and handball were 
his means of relaxation. He hasn't 
made up his mind between medicine 
and engineering. 

Debating Academy 
Scientific Academy 
Intramurals 




SUHAIL MATLUB 

Sincere friendly and with a variety 
of interests to occupy him Suhail 
was a much sought after member of 
the class. He was active in the So- 
dality, and in the debating academy. 
A game of handball was to his liking. 
Medical studies will absorb his future 
years. 

Apostles hi/> of Prayer 

Sodality 







L^i^Aoo 



TARIQ. ANDREA 

A big generous lad with an easy- 
going nature, Tariq was a class favor- 
ite. He had a prescription for every 
situation. He was active in the spi- 
ritual academies, and in debating. 
Classical music soothed him. Follow- 
ing a family tradition he will become 
a chemist. 

Sodality 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Debating Academy 
Al-Iraqi Stajf 





USAM KASSAB 

Possessed with a limitless source of 
gentleness and orderliness Usam 
found the library his favorite place 
on campus. He was on the library 
staff, and loved to read Arabic poet- 
ry. Once in a while he played hand- 
ball. He selects engineering for future 
work. 

Intramurals 



WASKIN JAMJUKIAN 

Tall, quiet, and unassuming, Waskin 
possesses depths of appreciation for 
life's finer things. He loves to play 
and listen to good music. Of all the 
fields of endeavor open to him he 
chooses to be a musician. 

Library Staff 



1962 





USAM AL-AMIN 

Spirited and lively Usam enjoyed a 

first class debate. He was active in 

many intramural sports, favoring 

basketball. 

Off-campus activities were reading, 

hunting and swimming. His future 

course of studies is undecided. 

Debating Academy 
Intramurals 




WISAM HAKIM 

An active and intelligent member 
of the class who devoted much time 
to music and drawing, Wisam was 
a most popular classmate. He liked 
sports and dramatics. But design is 
his forte, and he wishes to be an 
architect. 

Al-Iraqi Staff 
Intramurals 




CLASS 



OF 



YUSUF SALIM 

Amiable and interesting at all times, 
Yusuf devoted much time to sports 
and reading. He favored the hop- 
step-and-jump in track. Basketball 
he listed as his favorite sport. He 
wishes to sign up as a candidate for 
engineering school. 

Basketball Team 

Track 

Intramurals 





ZAIDUN AHMAD 

A man of many and varied accom- 
plishments Zaidun made his in- 
fluence felt far and wide. Track was 
his favorite sport. Driving cars around 
Baghdad was a favorite off-campus 
activity. His liking for science directs 
him towards engineering. 

Intramurals 



ZUHAIR AL-UTHARI 

Outstanding as an actor, Zuhair 
delighted all with his versatility on 
stage and off. He enjoyed a good 
debate. Intramural sports relaxed 
him. Hunting was his hobby. He 
ould like to be an electrical engineer. 

Debating Academy 

Dramatic Academy 

urals 



1962 




ZAHIR ABBOSH 

Often seen about the campus engaged 
in lively discussion Zahir was a hu- 
morous favorite. He played a good 
game of tennis, and had a liking for 
all sports. Off-campus he swam 
often. His facility in chemistry leads 
him to choose to be a chemist. 

Apostleship of Prayer 
Intramurals 




ZUHARAB GHAZARIAN 

A genial gentleman with a fine com- 
petitive spirit Zuharab took part in 
many sports activities. The science 
academy attracted him. His favorite 
subjects were math and English.Here 
we have another electrical engineer 
in the making. 

Scientific Academy 
Baseball Team 



STUDENTS WHO HAVE ATTAINED A MONTHLY AVERAGE OF 70 AND ABOVE FROM SEPTEMBER, 

1961 TO JANUARY 1962. 



Class of 1962 




Anan Alios 


— 81 


Hushmand al-Jaf 


— 73 


Hilal Daud 


— 72 


5A 




Anand Mohindra 


— 74 


Imad Bashir 


— 87 


Husamaddin al-Rawi 


- 72 


Basil al-Aswad 


— 88 


Anmar al-Qassab 


— 88 


Kamiran Dabbagh 


— 73 


Joseph Bahoshy 


— 80 


Faruq Aziz 


- 70 


Ara Kivorkian 


— 78 


Nadir Jamshid 


— 77 


Kadhim al-Najafi 


— 71 


Fawzi al-Dabbagh 


— 73 


Edmund Kalita 


— 71 


Nubar Jirair 


— 74 


Khalid Hikmat 


— 71 


George Jamil 
Ghalib Talia 


— 73 


Fuad Said 


— 74 


Riadh al-Wakil 


— 84 


Korkis Michael 


— 72 


— 72 


George Davida 


— 85 


Salim al-Sarraf 


— 78 


Mahir Faiq 


— 70 


Hraj Kuyumjian 
Husain al-Chalabi 


— 73 


Ghassan Khairi 


— 76 


Waskin Asadurian 


— 79 


Nadhir Abbas 


— 75 


— 88 


Harbi Ibrahim 


— 77 


Yusuf Emmanual 


— 72 


Saad Ismail 


— 79 


I mad Qasim 


— 79 


Ihsan Najib 


— 74 


4B 




Walid Elias 


— 76 


Kamal Elyahu 
Mahir Madhat 
Mamun al-Shawwaf 
Moshi Abid 


— 74 

— 74 

— 82 
82 


Nabil al-Shawwaf 
Nadim Adil 
Ohannes Awakian 
Rahif Qattan 


— 74 
- 73 

— 72 

— 84 


Adil al-Sarraf 
Habib Gabriel 
Isa Jamil 


— 80 

— 75 

— 78 


Walid Mahmud 

3C 

Nizaq A-Majid 


— 84 

— 73 


Murad Wartanian 


— 76 


Ramzi Hamdi 


- 85 


Jawad Tuma 


— 72 

— 72 

— 72 


3E 




Muzahim Siddiq 
Nabil Hassu 


— 81 


Sami Zakaria 


— 71 


Najib Hanna 


Adnan al-Chalabi 


— 82 


— 70 


Suhail Matlub 


— 74 


Kamzi Isa 


Ala Antun 


— 71 


Sinan Sadiq 
Sinan al-Rawi 


— 83 

— 76 


Class of 1963 




4C 

Arif Rafiq 
Maad Madhat 


— 70 


Ali Hasani 
Dilair Armaghani 


— 70 

— 71 


Tariq Andrea 


— 79 


4A 




— 71 


Fakhri al-Hilali 


— 74 


Waskin Jamkujian 


— 71 


A-Hamid Ismail 


— 88 


Muthar al-Ubaidi 


— 71 


George Yusuf 


— 76 


5B 




Bahnam George 


— 82 


Nabil Shuniyya 


— 72 


Kamal Taqtaq 


— 75 






Basil Shammas 


— 85 






Livon Dramirian 


— 70 


George Abbu 
Muthanna Kannuna 


— 70 

— 72 


Butros Simu 
Edward George 


— 74 

— 75 


Class of 1964 




Luay Philip 
Matti Tabib 


— 73 

— 72 


Samir Alwan 


— 73 


Faisal Munasafi 


— 88 


3A 




Muayyad Kadhim, 


— 71 


Skender Ishu 


— 70 


Fakhri Wadi 


— 80 


Ahmad Mahmud 


— 71 


Muhammad Khalil 


— 70 


Yusuf Salim 


— 73 


Fawwaz Gailani 


— 71 


Ali Abdullah 


- 83 


Muwaffaq Shamun 


— 78 


5C 




Ghassan Zara 


— 83 


Athir Battah 


— 78 


Rafid Attisha 


— 71 


Abdullah al-Dabbagh 


— 84 


Hamid Attisha 


— 81 


Dhafir Elias 


— 82 


Raman Dick 


— 76 


Adil Qasim 


- 72 


Hasan al-Pachachi 


— 79 


Fadhil Shakarji 


— 71 


Saad Zaku 


— 71 


Ali al-Qalamchi 


— 84 


Hilal Shina 


— 91 


Haitham Saifiddin 


— 72 


Talha al-Shawwaf 


— 71 


Class of 1965 




Faiz Zaitu 


— 78 


Faisal Amin 


- 70 


IF 




2A 




Hamid Atiyya 


— 74 


Hassan Anwar 


— 74 


Adnan al-Dhabib 


— 79 




Maan Munib 


— 88 


Hazim Barnuti 


— 76 


Ahmad Bajalan 


— 77 


A-Hafidh al-Pachachi 


— 77 


Mazin Madhat 


— 82 


Hisham al-Qassab 


— 81 


Firas Haqqi 


— 70 


Daud Shaul 


- 74 


Sabah al-Khatib 


— 70 


Joseph Finan 


— 78 


Hanna Yaqub 


— 70 


Daud Suleiman 


- 80 


2E 




Kamal Abbas 


— 70 


Imad Jamil 


— 71 


Emmanuel Hermes 
Fuad Faidh 


- 82 

- 83 


Nazar Dindo 


— 72 

— 74 

oo 


Leonard Yaqub 
Maan al-Ahsaiker 


— 74 

— 75 


Namir Kamal 
Raad Kattula 


— 75 

— 72 


Hani Elias 


- 72 


Qais Zakho 


Shakib Halabu 


— 77 


Sami Arshak 


— 71 


Hrand Jirair 
I mad Jassam 
Khalil Ibrahim 


- 72 

- 72 

- 87 


Sabah Baqir 
Skender Albert 
Saad al-Rawi 


— 83 

— 71 

— 75 


Thomas Azaian 

IB 


— 77 


Sarmad Hermes 
Shaul Naji 

1G 
Azim al-Sanawi 
Daud Ibrahim 
Ghassan al-Halabi 
rrVi^7i ^1-Atrarbi 


— 78 
71 


Lawrence Yaqub 
Mahmud al-Tai 
Makram Anastas 
Mudhar Hamid 


— 71 
- 86 

— 83 

— 77 


2F 

Ghassan Jamil 
Raad Alwahab 
Sabah Nuraddin 


— 71 

— 72 

— 79 


A-Hadi al-Haya 
Adnan Sabih 
Butros Shamun 
Daud Jabaji 


— 70 

— 81 

— 73 

— 72 


— 75 

— 75 

— 77 

— 72 


Nihad Mahmud 


— 71 


Sudad al-Mutwali 


— 73 


Firas al-Naimi 


— 72 


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Iqdam Asker 
Jawad al-Zubaidi 


— 71 

— 71 


Raad Istephan 
Raad Jamil 


- 72 

- 82 


2G 




Hani Akkawi 
Jamil Tu'ma 


— 71 

— 77 


Sabah Faraj 
Shant Hovsepian 


— 71 


Ahmad al-Gailani 


- 77 


Nabil Shammami 


— 73 


Kamal Ephram 


— 71 


— 76 


Daud al-Mudallal 


— 73 


Saad Allawi 


— 76 


Mukhlis Louis 


— 76 


Stephan Ovanessoff 
Talal Munasifi 


- 79 


Dhafir Khudhairi 


— 70 


Saad Shakir 


— 76 


Ramon Nazarian 


— 79 


— 76 


Faiz Qazanji 


— 74 


Said Abda 


— 78 


Rufail Rumanos 


— 74 


Thomas David 


- 75 


Fatallah Yusufani 


— 71 


Vahe Azadian 


- 70 


Zuhair al-Wahab 


— 70 






Hafidh Abbas 


— 77 


1C 




1H 




2 B 




Hikmat Marugil 


— 71 




A-Qadir al-Assaf 


— 73 


Amin Salih 


79 


Imad Mahawili 


— 87 


Akram al-Attar 


— 73 


Adil Mahdi 


— 80 


Basil Yusuf 


— 71 


Iyad Qassar 


— 72 


Ali Faraj 


— 80 


Armen Arshavir 


— 80 


George Gogue 


- 80 


Maan al-Dabbuni 


— 72 


Amir al-Atrachi 


— 70 


Aws Salim 


— 71 


Saad A-Razzaq 


— 71 


Mahmud Majid 


— 71 


Amjad al-Umari 


— 77 


Basil al-Shawwaf 


— 70 


Saad Gulli 


70 


Mahmud Muhammad 


— 76 


Kamal Qassim 


— 80 


Costal Jihad 


— 73 


Samih Rajib 


- 79 


Makram al-Shaikh 


— 71 


Kanaan Makiyya 


- 74 


Dhafir Habib 


- 73 


Sarkis Theodossian 


71 


Mazin Sabri 


— 85 


Yahya Farid 


— 73 


Edmund Paulus 


— 74 


Wadhah Shakir 


71 


Muhyiddin A-Shafi 


— 74 


ID 




Faiq Tukmachi 


— 76 


2C 




Namir Saigh 


— 74 


Dhafir al-Fattal 


- 71 


Faris Shammas 


— 79 


Asad Abbud 


71 


Qais Naman 


- 82 


Issa Tuma 


- 72 


Francis Roca 


— 74 


Jamal Jamil 
Kagham Minas 
Muhammad A-Hamid 


75 
71 


Sahran Ibrahim 
Sargon Warda 


— 73 

— 78 


Latif Ibrahim 
Nabil al-Fraiah 


- 84 
— 78 


Hikmat Philip 
Husni Wadi 


— 72 

— 83 


75 


Suhail Naimi 


79 


Samir Yusuf 


73 


Istabruk al-Imam 


— 72 

— 80 
tallah - - 71 

— 71 


Sarmad Mahmud 
Wayil Muhammad 


73 
73 


Class of 1966 
1 A 




Tariq al-Ani 

IE 


- 80 


Khalil Ibrahim 
Muhammad Rahma 
Munir Dishu 


Yasin a-Qadir 


72 


Adil Abbosh 


71 


Jaffar Jaffar 


71 


Riadh al-Sabti 


75 


2D 




Bahir A-Latif 


76 


Usama al-Shabibi 


71 


Saad al-Sarraf 


— 77 


\dnan al-Jamali 


79 


Dhia Sharif 


— 73 


Yusuf A-Latif 


74 


Sabah Sulaiman 


78 


\il,il Alloa 


72 


Edward Faiq 


— 73 


Tawfiq al-Bassam 


70 


Suhail Najim 


- 73 



MEDALS FOR CLASS LEADERSHIP 



*V I 






I960- 


1961 






First Honors 




Class 


Second Honors 


Basil al-Aswad 


— ■ 


Fourth A 


Anmar al-Q 


issab 


Riadh Philip 


— 


Fourth B 


Zahir Abbos 


h 


Abdullah al-Dabbagh 


— 


Fourth C 


Husain al-Chalabi 


Saad A-Rahman 


— 


Fourth D 


Muhammad 


Shkara 


Faisal al-Munasifi 


— 


Third A 


Hilal Shina 




Nail Murad al-Shaikh 


— 


Third B 


Isa Jamil 




Muthar al-Ubaidi 


— 


Third C 


Hadir al-Farisi 


Habib Gabriel 


— 


Third D 


Maan Madhat 


Ali al-Shabibi 


— 


Second A 


Ghanim Tabchi 


Mumtaz Hanna 


— 


Second B 


Zuhair Thomas 


Ali Abdullah 


— 


Second C 


Dhafir Elias 




Talha al-Shawwaf 


— 


Second D 


Shakib al-Sinjaqli 


Edward Mardinli 


— 


Seco 


ad E 


Mahmud Falih 


Haitham Saifiddin 


— 


Seco 


ad F 


Zahir Yusuf 




Usama al-Nasiri 


— 


Second G 


Muwaffaq Shamun 


Marqus Ishaq 


— 


First 


A 


Wayil Muhammad 


Nimatallah Warrudi 


— 


First 


B 


Sabah al-Khatib 


Sabah Baqir 


— 


First 


C 


Athil Alios 




Maan Munib 


— 


First 


D 


George Gogue 


Mahmud al-Tai 


— 


First 


E 


Khalil Ibrahim 


Suhail Naimi 


— 


First 


F 


Mazin Sabn 




Falah al-Qadi 


— 


First 


G 


Sudad al-M 


utwali 


Samih Rajib 




First 


H 


Mazin Madhat 


HONOR 


ROLL 1961 - 


1962 




September - October 


Ghassan Zara 


- 4A — 


86 


First Honors 






Mahmud al-Ta 
Mazin Sabri 


i - 2A - 
- 2G - 


86 
86 


Hilal Shina 


4A 


- 94 


Muzahim Siddi 


q - 5A — 


85 


Abdullah al-Dabbagh 


5C 


— 90 


Ali Abdullah 


3A — 


85 


Second Honors 
Basil al-Aswad — 5 A 


— 89 


December - January 




Anmar al-Qassab — 


5G 


— 89 


First Honors 




Faisal al-Munasifi — 


4A 


- 89 


Hilal Shina 


- 4A — 


91 


Husain al-Chalabi — 


5A 


— 88 


Imad Mahawili 


- 2G - 


90 


Walid Mahmud 


3A 


— 86 








Ali al-Qalamchi — 


5G 


— 85 


Second Honors 




A-Hamid Ismail — 
Basil Shammas 


4A 

4A 


— 85 
- 85 


George Davida 
Rahif Qattan 


- 5C — 

- 5C - 


89 
89 


November 






A-Hamid Ismai 
Basil Shammas 


1 - 4A — 
- 4A — 


88 
88 


First Honors 






Fuad Faidh 


- 2A - 


88 


A-Hamid Ismail — 
Khalil Ibrahim 
Basil al-Aswad 


4A 
2A 
5A 


- 92 

- 91 

- 90 


Sabah Baqir - 2E — 
Husein al-Chalabi — 5A — 
Mamun al-Shawwaf 

— 5A — 
Anmar al-Qassab - 5C - 


88 

87 

87 
87 


Second Honors 




Husain al-Chalabi — 


5A 


- 89 


Faisal Munasifi 


- 4A — 


87 


Abdullah al-Dabbagh 






Imad Bashir 


- 4A - 


87 


— 


5C 


— 89 


Khalil Ibrahim 


- 2A - 


87 


Imad Bashir 


4A 


89 


Mahmud al-Ta 


i - 2A - 


87 


Faisal Munaifi 


4A 


- 88 


Qais Naman 


- 2G - 


87 


Hilal Shina 


4A 


- 88 


Basil al-Aswad 


- 5A - 


86 


Imad Mahawili 


2G 


- 88 


Ali al-Qalamch 


i - 5C - 


86 


Anmar al-Qassab 


5G 


— 87 


Mazin Sabri 


- 2G - 


86 


Riadh al-Wakil 


4A 


87 


Anan Alios 


- 5C - 


85 


Makram Anastas — 


2A 


— 87 


Hamid Attisha 


- 4A - 


85 


Sabah Baqir 


2E 


- 87 


Latif Ibrahim 


ID - 


85 


Latif Ibrahim 


ID 


- 87 


Armen Arshavir 


— 1H — 


85 

















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Fifth Row: Butros Simu, Basim Yusuf, Muhammad Kubba, Yusuf Emmanuel, 
Joseph Sawtiri, Hasan al-Pachachi. 

Fourth Row: Hamid Attisha, Kamiran Dabbagh, Basil Sadiq, Basil Shammas, 
Nihad Abaji, Hushmand al-Jaf. 

Third Row: Fakhri Wadi, Sabah Adnan, Imad Bashir, Riadh al-Wakil, Fawwaz 
Gailani, Bahnam George. 

Second Row: A-Hamid Ismail, Hilal Shina, Edward George, Nadir Jamshid, 
Salim al-Sarraf, Muayyad Baghdadi. 

First Row: Ghassan Zara, Ashur Dick, Fr. O'Connor, S.J., Waskin Asadurian, 
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Aziz, Nabil Khudhairi. 

Fifth Row: Badwan Hagopian, Mahran Mahranian, Sarkis Sinanian, Hartyun 
Maranjian. 

Fourth Row: Ramiz Daud, Saad Asad, Saadi Bayati, Aqil Atiyya, Sabah Audu, 
Zia Yusuf. 

Third Row: Shiram Surin, Ramzi Isa, Najib Hanna, Nabil Tawfiq, Walid Faraj, 
Adil al-Sarraf. 

Second Row: Nashat George, Johny Barjuni, Nazar Yusuf, Awni Makiyya, Isa 
Jamil, George Nuri. 

First Row: Hashim Sadiq, Harith Sadiq, Fr. J. C. McCarthy, S.J. Farid al-Qas 
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Fifth Row: Salih Yunis, Ran Makardijian, Shamun Awdishu, Yusuf Badalian, 
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Fourth Row: Muwaffaq Hassu, Maad Madhat, Hazim al-Umar, Mufid Hassu, 
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Third Row: Krikor Simonian, Arif Rafiq, Salah Sulaiman, Nabil Tuminna 
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Second Row: Claude de Marchi, Jibran Yusuf, Muthar al-Ubaidi, Raziq Saigh, 
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First Row: Basil A. Latif, Salam A. Wahab, Fr. Fennell, S.J., Sahir Elias, Samir 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Wisam Saigh, Faisal al-Mumaiz, Athir Battah, Khalid al- 
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Fifth Row: Ali Shamsaddin, Edward Mardinli, RaadBunni, Elias Khayyat, Surin 
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Fourth Row: Mahir Faiq, Dhafir Elias, Ramzi George, Hilal Daud, Korkis Michael, 
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Third Row: Ahmad Mahmud, Joseph Bahoshy, Mumtaz Hanna, Nadhir Abbas, 
Husamaddin al-Rawi, Walid Mahmud. 

Second Row: Fadhil Shakarji, Saad Ismail, Haidar Kubba, Haitham Saifiddin, 
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First Row: Isam al-Mahawili, Najat al-Dabbagh, Fr. MacNeil, S.J., Azam Rabia, 
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Fourth Row: Shadrak Shabbas, Tariq al-Ubaidi, Nabil Majdalani, Nasir Haddad, 
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Third Row: Ali al-Khalisi, Falah Alaka, Wathiq Flindu, Samuel Canta, Majid 
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Second Row: Nabil Azzawi, A-Hadi Ismail, Qais Muhammad, Nabil Tuma, 
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First Row: Khalis Mahmud, Butros John, Fr. Nash, S. J., Shirwan Mufti, 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Sarmad Majid, A-Rahim A-Jabbar, Edmund Edward, 
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Fifth Row: Albert Marugil, Yisar al-Athri, Sinan A-Jabbar, Tuma Nisan, Farid 
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Fourth Row: Emmanuel Shushu, Ali Atiyya, Varujan Wartkis, Ghassan Yusuf, 
Raad Hashim, Muwaffaq Naman. 

Third Row: Raad Naji, Haitham A-Jabbar, Vartan Parsighian, Nazar Daud, Imad 
Jaddu, Bariz Umar Ali. 

Second Row : Fadhil al-Khaffaji, Mahir Razzuq, Muhammad Rafiq, George 
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Fifth Row: Ibrahim Khalil, Muwaffaq al-Dabbuni, Victor Kevorkian, Haik 
Mardiros, Azad Fuad, Karnik Babaian. 

Fourth Row: Jafar Allawi, Ali Sabih, Mukhlis Edward, Fuad A. Aziz, Walid 
al-Dabbuni, Yaqub Zainal. 

Third Row: Nidhal Mansur, Namir Faiq, Ahmad A. Rahman, Rashid al-Kuhai- 
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Second Row: Ghassan Hikari, Shawqi Jurjis, Talal Fuad, Iyad Abbas, Farid Hanna, 
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First Row: Nigel Dhia, Joseph Abukathir, Fr. Madaras, S. J., Jafar Sadiq, Laith 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Hasan Qasim Hasan, Rand Attisha, Muayyad Kadhim, 
Ghanim Tabchi, Muhammad Khalil, Luay Philip. 

Fifth Row: Ali Hasani, Ishu Yonathan, Kamal Taqtaq, Adnan al-Chalabi, Mu- 
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Fourth Row: Talha al-Shawwaf, Azad al-Chalabi, Muwaffaq Shamum, Zuhair 
Thomas, Raman Dick, George Yusuf. 

Third Row: Alfred John, Mahmud Falih, Muhammad Qasim, Said Qasim, Fakhri 
al-Hilali, Matti Tabib. 

Second Row: Saad Zaku, Dilair Armaghani, Khalil al-Naquib, Fattah Muhammad 
Ali, Livon Dramirian, Raad Bahnam. 

First Row: Ali al-Shabibi, Zahir Yusuf, Fr. Merrick, S.J., Ala Antun, Michael 
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Fifth Row: Samir Said, Lawrence Yaqub, Thomas David, Daud Shaul, George 
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Fourth Row: Makram Anastas, Mazin Edward, Stephan Ovanessoff, Imad al- 
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Third Row: Imad al-Qazwini, Khalil Ibrahim, Hani Elias, Talal Munasifi, 
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Second Row: Ramzi Fawzi, Farid Faddu, Najib Hamid, Mahmud al-Ta'i, Raad 
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First Row: Daud Sulaiman, Mervin Burby, Father Miff, S.J., Muayyad Nasir, 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Talal Hanna, Amin Salih, Intissar Elias, Samih Rajib, 
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Fifth Row: Sarkis Theodossian, Vikin Sadurian, Yerwant Krikor, Adi al-Tai, 
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Fourth Row: Nufal al-Shabibi, Nabil Hanna, Nabil Tariq, Wadhah Shakir, 
Muhannad al-Shakarji, Muhannad al-Qazwini. 

Third Row: George Gogue, Majid Edward, Leon Basil, Athir Shanawi, Noel Zia, 
Basil Yusuf. 

Second Row: Hilal Elias, Saad Gulli, Falih Salih, Marqus Ishaq, Maan A. Khalik ? 
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Fifth Row: Adonis Kanaan, Khalid Yusuf, Asad Abbud, Arif Fuad, Faris Faddu, 
Walid al-Tawil. 

Fourth Row: Shihab al-Sarraf, Yusuf Marugi, Imad Habba, Muhammad A. Hamid, 
Wayil Muhammad. 

Third Row: Faisal Nasir, Vache Kivork, Faris Namiq, Yasin A. Qadir, Jirair Artin } 
Jamal Jamil. 

Second Row: Raad Khalil, Zuhair Stephan, Kamal Dadda, Said al-Rawi, Sarmad 
Mahmud, Mazin al-Qaisi. 

First Row: Sami Khairulla, Naman Shakir, Fr. E. Kelly, S.J., Nafih al-Saffar, 
Ronny Pio. 



Sixth Row, left to right: Ghandi Shemdin, Yahya A-Sattar, Vahe Garibian, 
George Atchu, Fikrat Qutta. 

Fifth Row: Athil Alios, Khaluk al-Qaisi, Nabil Matti, Maan Munib, Gabriel 
Tatian, Sarkis Babanian. 

Fourth Row: Amir Edward, Joseph Jurgi, Raad Salih, Faiz Zaitu, Hamid Atiyya, 
Nuri Mansur. 

Third Row: Sarkis Badalian, Yuil Ishaya, Vikin Hovsepian, Amadaddin Kandala, 
Maan al-Halabi, Elias Raji. 

Second Row: Mazin Madhat, Sabah al-Khatib, Adnan al-Jamali, Muayyad 
Hammadi, Armin Skenderian, A-Qadir al-Bassam. 

First Row: Basim Najdat, Swarah Qaftan, Fr. Mahan, S.J., Norman Ibrahim, 
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Fifth Row: Saad Tammimi, Nadim Jibrail, Mushtaq Matti, Muhammad Zainal, 
Vraj Hartyun, Nassar Wadi. 

Fourth Row: Skender Albert, Ala al-Tai, Ghassan Edward, Nazar Dindo, Mamun 
Ahmad, Mushtaq Albert. 

Third Row: Basil Simon, Qais Zakho, Antsar Shuniyya, Sabah al-Mudallal> 
Fuad Fawzi, Ziad al-Dabbuni. 

Second Row: Hartyun Matossian, Muayyad Francis, Adnan Kadhim, Riadh 
Mammu, Hraj Kharajian, Husham al-Amin. 

First Row: Saad al-Rawi, A-Aziz Rifat, Fr. Bergen, S.J., Muwaffaq Kandala, 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Sabah Yaqub, Samuel Aprim, Hagop Krikorian, Yusuf 
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Fifth Row: Falah A. Qadir, Wadhah Ismail, Nuri Hassan, Hazim al-Umari, Raad 
Shanshal, Salah Mahdi. 

Fourth Row: Faruq Nasir, Ghassan Jamil, Zir A. Rahman, Mahir Hanna, Samar 
Hassu. 

Third Row: Munim Faraj, Itimad Yusuf, Alladdin Salim, Dhari al-Khayun, 
Romeo John, Jamal Stephan. 

Second Row: Sudad al-Mutwali, Nishan Nishanian, Samir Ibrahim, Ala Jabiru, 
Movses Boghossian, Sabah Nuraddin. 

First Row: Raad Wahab, Yusuf Shaul, Father Bennett, S.J., Vartkis Hagopian, 
Qutaiba al-Saffar, (Muhammad Ali — absent). 



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Fourth Row: Suhail Naimi, Clement Johnston, Faiz Qazanji, Namir Saigh, Imad 
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Third Row: Makram al-Shaikh, Mazin Sabri, Saad al-Hassun, Iyad Qassar, 
Dhafir Khudhairi, Sargon Warda. 

Second Row: Qais Naman, Ahmad al-Gailani, Nabil Makkai, Maan al-Dabbuni, 
Haitham Fuad, Leon Dajadian. 

First Row: Sahran Ibrahim, Rafat Sinawi, Father Bergen, S.J., Hikmat Marugil, 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Robin Yaqub, Maan al-Ashaiker, Ramzi Katchu, Ibrahim 
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Fifth Row: Mazin al-Gailani, Riadh al-Sayed, Basil Yusuf, Shawqi Halata, 
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Fourth Row: Leonard Yaqub, Samir Mobassali, Iyad Gabriel, Ghassan al-Saigh. 
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Third Row: Hisham al-Qassab, Bahir A-Latif, Edward Faiq, Hassan Anwar, 
Dhia Sharif, Hazim Barnuti, Sarmad Salih. 

Second Row: Thomas Azaian, Shakib Halabu, Nasir Maskoni, Muhammad A- 
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Fifth Row: Samir George, Makram Adil, Mahir Muzahim, Luay Akram, A- 
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Fourth Row: Waskin Farajian, Jack Yusuf, Adnan Sabih, Emmanuel Dinka, 
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Third Row: Daud Jabaji, Nail Shammami, Edmund Ganja, Udai Akram, Firas 
al-Naimi, Walid Kilano, Salim A-Hadi. 

Second Row: Imad Ibrahim, Munthar Yusuf, Hani Akkrawi, Makram Kalian, 
Mazin Baithun, Alex Salibian. 

First Row: Butros Shamun, Hermes Skender, Fr. Manning, S.J., Saad Allawi, 
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Sixth Row, left to right: Nazar Farjo, Khairy Salim, Salman Daud, Muhammad 
Khazrachi, Dhafir Shamun, Hani al-Saudi. 

Fifth Row: Ali Faraj, Ramiz Nadhmi, Nova Sayadian, Kanaan Makiyya, Henry 
Angel, Fadhil Kandala, Faiq Daud. 

Fourth Row: Samar Zora, Khalid Kamal, Akram al-Attar, Makram Samhiri, 
Amjad al-Umari, Yahya Farid. 

Third Row: Sahir Naman, Amir al-Atrachi, Hanna Shlaimun, Hagop Ansorlian, 
Kamal Qassim, A-Salam al-Khudhairi. 

Second Row: Abdullah Faraj, Razik Rassam, Francis Eawaz, Badi Kamil, Wasim 
al-Qubbaisi, Jibran Yusuf. 

First Row: Adil Shaya, Farid Abdulahad, Fr. DuBrul, S.J., Usama Ahmad, 
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Fifth Row: Samir Yusuf, Suhail A. Kafil, Usamaddin Anani, Akram Korkis, 
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Fourth Row: Adil Rabban, Nabil al-Fraiah, Tariq al-Ani, Samir Faraj, Dhafir 
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Second Row: Johnny Makhai, Nasir Yusuf, George Ibrahim, Farid Faraj, Wajdi 
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First Row: Vache Azadian, Amar Chalmaran, Fr. Burby, S.J., Nabil Khalaf, 
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Fifth Row: Saman Qazzaz, Yusuf A. Latif, Sabih Faisal, Sahak Sahakian, Emma- 
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Fourth Row: Munthar Bakose, Sami Hanna, Thamir Bunni, Manaf al-Damaluji, 
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Third Row: Maissar Thomas, Faiq Sliwa, Mazin Shawqi, Luay Yusuf, Knalis 
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Second Row: Zia Spania, Nelson Yusuf, Ali Ghalib, Jamal Zayouna, Shahen Sha- 
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First Row: Khalid Atiyya, Hraj Melconian, Fr. Sullivan, S.J., Albert Moshe, 
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Fourth Row: Falah Astrabadi, Adrian al-Dhahib, Jamaladdin Yusuf, Jamal 
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Third Row: Muhammad al-Samarrai, Freddy Emmanuel, Raad al-Qaisi, Boghos 
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Second Row: Amour George, Gilbert Sarkis, Namir Kamal, Luay Tappouni, 
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First Row: Wasim Wadi, Sami Sequeira, Fr. Meyding, S.J., Subhan al-Qassar, 
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Fourth Row: Raad Talib, Kirmanj al-Talibani, Daud Ibrahim, Rawa Ismail, 
Ghazi al-Atrachi, Yusuf al-Alawi, Felix Joseph. 

Third Row: Salim Daud, Antonius Hermes, Yeprat Evanian, Jawad al-Zubaidi, 
Talib Naji, Azim al-Sanawi. 

Second Row: Zuhair al-Wahab, Ramon Nazarian, Saad al-Hemdani, Gerald 
Bedawid, Iqdam Asker, Raghid Bunni. 

First Row: Maan Taha, George John, Fr. Banks, S.J., Kamal Ephram, Digol 
Bajan. 



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Fuad A-Hadi, Muhammad Rahmatallah, Usama al-Raihani. 

Fifth Row: Sami Daiza, A-Qadir al-Assaf, Amir Akram, Husni Wadi', Samir 
Salih, Yusuf Shawqat. 

Fourth Row: Kamal Tessy, Faris Shammas, Khalil Ibrahim, Dhafir Habib, 
Edmund Paulus, Istabruk al-Imam. 

Third Row: Suhail Najim, Sabah Sulaiman, Munir Dishu, Riadh Jabburu, Said 
John, Riadh al-Sabti. 

Second Row: Costal Jihad, Aws Salim, Douglas Rowland, Faiq Tukmachi, Saad 
al-Sarraf, Armen Arshavir. 

First Row: Nabil Yusuf, Basil al-Shawwaf, Fr. Quinn, S.J., Daud Sarsam, Muadh 
al-Waswasi. 



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PRIMARY PATRON 

Secondary Patron 

Director 

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THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, MEDIATRIX OF ALL GRACES 

St. Jude, Apostle of Iraq 

Rev. Fr. J. E. O'Connor, S. J. 

John Maqsud, Sabri Akkash, Suhail Matlub, Bahnam George, Hamid Attisha, Mufid Hassu, 

Nabil Shuniyya 

The major activity of this year for the Sodality centered upon the Mass. The Sodalists sought to deepen their 
knowledge and active participation in the Mass through study and assistance at Mass offered facing the congregation. As their 
understanding increased, they undertook the project of explaining the essential actions of the Mass to other students. 

Other activities of the year included sponsorhip of daily Mass and daily Rosary for the students, collection of 
clothing for the poor, selling of religious articles and literature during the school Retreats, sponsorship of the Students' Novena of 
Grace, and promotion of the Church Unity Octave. 




Coming from the Sacred Heart Chapel 



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Sodality Candidates for the Tear 1961 - 1962 




Participation in the Mass — Project for the Tear 



CAPTAIN OF THE GATE 



THE HOTEL FIRE 






SPREADING THE NEWS 



BAGHDAD COLLEGE 
PLAYERS 

Under the Patronage of H.E. the Minister of 
Education, the Baghdad College Players presented 
for their 1961 production three one-act plays: 
"Captain of the Gate" by Maria Dix, "The Hotel 
Fire" by George Kaufman, and "Spreading the 
News" by Lady Gregory. "Captain of the Gate" 
was presented in Arabic, the other two plays in 
English, on December 14, 15, and 16 at Al-Shaab 
Hall. They were delightfully received by apprecia- 
tive audiences. Special commendation for then- 
success is due to the Faculty Moderators, Rev. 
Thomas J. Kelly, S.J., Rev. John J.C. McCarthy, 
S.J., and Rev. Peter DuBrul, S.J., and to their 
very capable assistants, Mr. Jassim al-Aboudi, 
Raad Bunni, Hartyun Maranjian, Ohannes 
Avakian, Sarkis Sinanian, and Waskin Asadurian. 
Accolades of appreciation to the Players them- 
selves pictured in action on these pages. 





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Father Morgan and Father Bennett with the officers of the Apostleship of Prayer 



The Apostleship of Prayer has continued to grow this year throughout the Church in Iraq. The 
number of Morning Offering cards distributed monthly has reached a new total of 4800, and over fifty 
posters were delivered each month to various churches and schools. 

This spreading of devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is carried on by the generous efforts of 
our Knighis of the Blessed Sacrament and Captains of the Sacred Heart. 

This youth organization of the Apostleship of Prayer was directed again this year by Fr. Morgan, 
Fr. Bennett, and Fr. Fennell. 

The officers for the Knights (the junior section) were George Gogue, Prefect, and Namir 
al Saigh, Secretary. 

The senior officers from amongst the Captains were Fawzi al Dabbagh, Prefect, Riadh al Wakil, 
Assistant Prefect, and Muwaffaq Shamun, Secretary. 



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Father Fennell and the Fifth Tear Captains of the Sacred Heart 



The following fifth year members were awarded promoter's diplomas for the Apostleship of 
Prayer in recognition of their work and assistance during the past years : 

Fawzi al Dabbagh Majid Shamami Zahir Abbosh 

Makram George Iyad Kurukchi Munthar Kamil Gabriel Hindu 

Korkis Michael Edmond Kalita Harbi Ibrahim Munib al Shaikh 




Gabriel Hindu and Fr. Morgan address a meeting 




FOR THE ECUMENICAL COUNCIL 




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Catholic 

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MEMBERS OF CHRYSOSTOM DEBATING ACADEMY 



1961 



1962 



Faruq Aziz 
Fawzi al-Dabbagh 
Murad Wartanian 
Hraj Kuyumjian 
Sabri Akkash 
Moshi Abid 
Galen Parhad 
Husain AH 
Aram Tchobanian 
Basil al-Aswad 
George Jamil 
Ghalib Talia 
Kamal Eliahu 



Usam al-Amin 
Sinan Sadiq 
Husain al-Chalabi 
Nabil a-Astrabadi 
Mamun al-Shawwaf 
A-Razzaq Aziz 
Adil Malik 
Gabriel Hindu 
Iyad Kurukchi 
Muhammad Ali-Talib 
Samir Kanaan 
Saad A-Rahman 



Zuharab Ghazarian 
Wisam Hakim 
Skender Ishu 
Sami Zakaria 
George Davida 
Nadim Adil 
Nabil al-Shawwaf 
Harbi Ibrahim 
Ghassan Khairi 
Abdullah al-Dabbagh 
Edmund Kalita 
Anan Alios 



Zuhair al-Uthari 
Ramzi Hamdi 
Ali al-Q,alamchi 
Anmar al-Q_assab 
Ara Kivorkian 
Ohannes Awakian 
Krikor Dramerian 
John Maqsud 
Zaidun Ahmad 
Suhail Matlub 
Anand Mohindra 
A-Sattar al-Ansari 
Kamil Shashu 





Rev. Clarence J. Burby, S. J. 
Assistant Moderator 



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Under the very capable direction of Father 
John F. McCarthy, the Scientific Academy 
enjoyed a very successful year probing new 
scientific discoveries, while gaining a grasp 
of the many complex phases of the new 
space age. 




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Fr. Banks, S. J., and Fr. Mijf, S. J. assist students seeking library books 





Taking advantage of the reading room 




COLLECTORS 



Until science comes up with some- 
thing more durable than paper and ink to 
pay tribute to those who deserve it, we 
shall have to confine our expression of 
gratitude to the boys pictured on this page 
in a few short paragraphs. Personnally, if 
we had the skill and the money, we would 
like to present to each reader of this page 
a magnificent bronze statue featuring the 
ceaseless labors of these boys in action. 

Those of you who have tried to col- 
lect money for a worthy cause know the 
difficulties involved. Frequently you must 
have felt the futility of it all. And yet, 
these boys, weekly, for a whole year, have 
approached their classmates and, with 
charm, tact, and verbal persuasion have 
lightened their pocketbooks for the benefit 
of those who have nothing. Their smash- 
ing success is indicated and gauged by 
the huge sums we were able to present to 
the Poor of the country and to the needs of the 
Missions. 

Were you to thank them personally, you 
would embarrass them, and for your efforts you 
would evoke a remark like this : " But this is my 
duty ! " and any further attempt to thank them 
would produce one of the most colorful blushes 
it would be your good fortune to observe. How- 




ever, we do [publicly thank them and "recall '-to 
their mind a Divine promise that was made cen- 
turies ago : " what you have done for the Poor 
you have done for Me... and hence your reward 
shall be exceedingly great ". In the name of 
all the Poor and as spokesman for the Missions, 
with our heart in our hand, we say, " Thanks a 
million." 




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BASKETBALL 



Veteran players to answer the call for the 
1961-1962 Secondary Basketball team included 
Abdullah al-Dabbagh and Sinan Sadiq, (Co- 
Captains), and Edward George, who were soon 
joined on the starting five by Kamiran al-Dabbagh 
and Munsif Aziz. The remainder of the squad 
consisted of three 5th year boys, Jamal Yusuf, Ali 
al-Oalamchi, and Gaby Hindu, as well as veterans 
of intermediate basketball, Aqil Atiyya, Hartyun 
Maranjian, Krikor Simonian, and Sahir Elias. 

The balance of the team is shown in part by 
the scoring averages of the players. In 15 games the 
averages were as follows: Kamiran - 10.07, Ab- 
dullah - 8.53, Edward - 7.27, Sinan - 6.73, Munsif 



(1 1 games) - 8.09. The first team, including Jamal, 
who succeeded to Munsif's position when the latter 
was unable to play the final two games, did the 
lion's share of the playing, especially in the league 
games. The substitutes, showed up well in practice 
games, and when called on in league competition, 
gave their best efforts. 

No tribute to the excellent spirit of this team 
could be more eloquent than the desire of the 
members to continue practicing and playing more 
games after the loss to Adhamia had eliminated 
them from the Secondary School League. This 
they were doing when Al-Iraqi went to press. 



On the defensive 




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SECONDARY BASKETBALL TEAM 1961-1962 
Left to Right : Fr. Bergen, Coach, Edward George, Krikor Simonian, Aqil Atiyya, Kamiran al-Dabbagh, Sinan Sadiq, Ali Qalamchi, Hartyun 
Maranjian, Sahir Elias, Abdullah al-Dabbagh, Jamal Yusuf, Munsif Aziz. 



LEAGUE GAMES 



NON — LEAGUE GAMES 





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— Air Cadets 

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— Sharqia 

— Hawat Club 




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This year's basketball season opened with the cha- 
racteristic mark of any sporting event at Baghdad Col- 
lege, honest competition. As soon as the call for vo- 
lunteers was pinned to the bulletin board, the courts 
were crowded with long lines of candidates for the 
long hours of practice and the "special bus" for Bab 
Shurgi. From among the many called unfortunately 
only a few could be chosen to play for Baghdad Col- 
lege. The chosen ones played a series of practice games 
with Jafaria School and the local club teams composed 
of many players from many different schools. 




INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL TEAM 1961-1962 

Left to right : Fr. Meyding, Coach, Hagop Arshak, Khalid al-Bana. Butros John, Najdat al-Dabbagh, Nabil Nadim 
Kneeling : Hraj Melconian, Albert Baba, Ohannes Artin, Varujan Wartkis, Karnik Babaian. 




Our successes in these games were equally 
balanced by our failures. And what was true of 
the practice games was also true of the league 
games. The Arfan School was easily defeated but 
the Betaween team eliminated Baghdad College from 
the lists by a heart breaking three points to end a 



season of hard work, good fun, and fine generosity 
and spirit. Our short but violent season left us in 
firm possession of the demonstrated reality that 
defeat, although hard to take, often teaches much 
more than victory. 



Scrimmaging the Secondary Team 







1962 - BAGHDAD COLLEGE TRACK MEET - 1962 



EVENT 



HURDLESS A 

» B 

» C 

400 METERS A 

» » B 

BROAD JUMP A 

» » B 

» » C 

» » D 

JAVELIN (OPEN) 

HIGH JUMP A 

» » B 

» » C 

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SHOT PUT (OPEN) 
DISCUS (OPEN) 
100 METERS A 
» » B 

» » C 

» » D 

1500 METERS (OPEN) 
200 METERS A 
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50 METERS D 
HOP, STEP, JUMP 
800 METERS (OPEN) 
3rd, 4th, 5th, RELAY 
2nd. YEAR RELAY 
1st. YEAR RELAY 



SCORING 
SYSTEM 



First Place 



Ali al-Qalamchi 
Gabriel Hindu 
Hagop Arshak 
Ashur Dick 
Yusuf Badalian 
Ali al-Qalamchi 
Zia Yusuf 

Ni'matallah Warrudi 
Hermes Skender 
Ajil Hathal 
Munsif Aziz 

Jamal Yusuf 

Karnik Babaian 
Usmat Naman 
Jawad Tuma 
Nasir Yaqub 
Ali al-Qalamchi 
Haik Salibian 
Hagop Arshak 
Makram Kalian 
Zia Yusuf 
Ashur Dick 
Hartyun Maranjian 
Hagop Arshak 
Makram Kalian 
Ashur Dick 
Saad Asad 

5 C 

2 B 

I B 



Second Place 



Naif al-Hathal 

Nabil al-Shawwaf 

Ni'matallah Warrudi 

Hartyun Maranjian 

Edward George 

Krikor Simonian 

Sa'adi Bayati 

Karnik Babaian 

Muwaffaq Kattan 

Hartyum Maranlian 

Yusuf Salim 

Nadjat Dabbagh-Aqil 
Haik Salibian- Rafi 

Hikmat Marugil 

Maan al-Dabbuni 

Nabil Tummina 

Basil Tummina 

Sa'ad Asad 

Gabriel Hindu 

Ni'matallah Warrudi 

Usmat Naman 

Mahir Madhat 

Edward George 

Sahir Elias 

Karnik Babaian 

Fraidun A-Karim 

Yusuf Salim 

Nabil al-Shawwaf 

4 C 

2 A 

I F 



Third Place 



Yusuf Salim 
Kamiran Dabbagh 
Wathiq Hindu 
Hazim Atiyya 
Mahir Madhat 
Popkin Simonian 
Sinan Sadiq 
Shaqib al-Sinjaqli 
Maan al Ashaiker 
Hazim Attiyyo 
Nabil Astrabadi 

Attiyya 

Markadijian 
Hasan Q. Hasan 
Edward Ganja 
Munsif Aziz 
Jawad Tuma 
Munsif Aziz 
Edward Mardinli 
Basil al-Shawwaf 
Baha Alexander 
Nasir Haddad 
Zuharab Jakalian 
Habib Gabriel 
Vahe Gharibian 
Raman Nazarian 
Sa'ad Asad 
Yusuf Badalian 
3 B 
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10 


6 


3 



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17 



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10 
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19 
13 



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13 



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High Scorer : Ali al-Qalamchi 
Consolation Medals 
Class A 
Class AB - 
Class B - 
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Ashur Dick 



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15 Sec. 

16. 2 Sec. 

59 Sec. 

64. 4 Sec. 

5.68 Meters 

5.70 Meters 

5.15 Meters 

3.98 Meters 

37 Meters 25 cm. 

1.50 Meters 

1.42 Meters 

1.40 Meters 

1 .20 Meters 

10 Meters 89 cm. 

23 Meters 24 cm. 

12. 5 Meters 

13. 2 Meters 

13. I Meters 

14. 2 Meters 

5 Min. 24.7 Sec. 

26. 4 Sec. 

27. 7 Sec. 
27. 3 Sec. 

7. 8 Sec. 

12.40 Meters 

2 Min. 26.5 Sec. 

50. 9 Sec. 

54. 8 Sec. 

59. 8 Sec. 



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Yusuf Salim 

Edward George 

Nabil Al-Shawaf 

Hikmat Marugil, Nasir Haddad 

Muwaffaq Kattan, Maan al-Dabbun 

Fraidum A-Karim 



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15 points 

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10 points 

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Kneeling : George Hayrack, Alfred John, Vartkis Hagopian, Sargon Warda, Karnik Babaian, Sabah Faraj, Raman Dick. 

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2 B — Basketball Champions 





Singles Tennis Champions 




2 D— Baseball Champions 




4 D — Senior Basketball 



IE-- Volleyball Champions 



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POOR PARASITE 
TALLEST OF THE TALL 
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ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN 
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ANMAR AL-QASSAB 



"Oh, what a beautiful morning; oh, what a 
beautiful day!" I find everything in this life just 
wonderful. Do you know why? Last night I was 
thrown out of that hideous, anopholes mosquito, 




and put into the body of Mr. Ahmad, while he 
was sleep. To me it was exactly like getting out 
of prison, from that small hateful, saliva gland 
of the mosquito I've come to spend my vacation 
in this "red sea" of Mr. Ahmad. 



I'm sorry I didn't introduce myself. They call 
me "Johnny". I am a male malaria parasite. You 
know, I find nothing more entertaining than to 
live here, swim whenever I like, and enjoy the 
warmth of this red sea, sing and dance, eat, sleep, 
and have a good time. This is the real meaning 
of life in my opinion. 

"Why, look who's here. It's Suzie. Believe 
me, she is the prettiest female in my tribe. She was 
with me in the anopholes where I asked for her 
hand from her father. He was a stubborn old 
miser, and wanted a richer one as husband for 
his daughter. But love won out. Tomorrow our 
engagement will be announced by the ambassador 
of the king of parasites. Then a ceremony will take 
place in our temple. This temple is hidden in the 
pulmonary artery near the right ventricle of poor 
Ahmad's heart. There, I shall swear to love and 
cherish my dear Suzie. After our union we are 
going to live in apt. 3 in a big building in the 
stomach suburbs of Ahmadia. We plan to raise 
children, and to spend a good deal of our time 
with them. Then we shall send them abroad to 
spend their vacation on other human continents. 

Now what is going on? What's all the fuss 
about? Why are all my fellow parasites running 
away as if from death itself. Oh what an awful 
current is pulling me. Hey! Wait a minute! Where 
am I being taken to? This place is new! It's not 
one of Mr. Ahmad's arteries. Now watch this. I 



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can look through this glass well. So that is 
what the humans call a "syringe". Look, I 
can see the man holding a syringe in his hand. 
He looks much different from me. Must be from 
another planet. Look at the jelly balls in his head. 
Gosh! He's real tough looking. 

Hey! He's dropping me and all my relatives 
onto a glass surface. Hey, what's that for? What's 
the big idea ? Now he is putting us under an instru- 
ment. So that is the "microscope" my grandfather 
told me about. Turn off the lights! It's becoming 
too hot here! I think I'll take off my coat. But 
oh, someone is looking at me through that lens. 



Mind your own business will you! Let me use my 
right of privacy and disrobe without being regard- 
ed by you. Oh, these mirrors blind me! 

Where is Suzie? Under that other micro- 
scope ? I want to get there to protect her, or to die 
with her. See how humanity repeats the tragedy 
of Romeo and Juliet under the scope of science. 

Trrrrrrrrriiiing ! What's that? Ooooh! It's my 
alarm clock announcing 6 o'clock in the morning. 
Time to rise. ..and. ..oh. ..parasites... What a dream! 
What a hateful life! Know why? I have a biology 
exam this morning, and do you know what the 
first question will be? What is a malaria parasite! 




TALLEST OF THE TALL 



BY 



GEORGE DAVIDA 



It was as I was coming out of the Adminis- 
tration building that I had the biggest surprise 
of my life. I had no sooner stepped out of the 
doorway when I came face to face with the tallest 
person I have ever seen. He was six feet nine inches 
tall. I stood there gaping at him, and wondering 
how in the world did he get there? He was accom- 
panied by one of the Fathers and by two other 
giants. The Father looked like a midget, com- 
pared to them. 




They passed on into the Principal's office, 
and only then did I recover from my surprise. 
I asked one of the Father's, "Who might the giant 
be?" And learned that he was one of the players 
of the Goodyear Basketball Team touring Iraq. 
The other giants were his teammates. The tallest 
of the tall was Lloyd Sharrar; the other two Pete 
McCaffrey and Bob McLoughlin. They had come 
to the school to demonstrate their basketball skills 



to our team and to conduct a basketball clinic. 

I proceeded to the court to see how this giant 
of a man would handle himself on the court. I 
wouldn't have missed this opportunity for a 
million. 

At first the tallest giant just stood watching 
our boys practicing amongst themselves. Then one 
of our boys threw the ball to him. I thought the 
ball was too high. But I was wrong. With a slight 
lift of his arm he had the ball right in his hand. 
He then dribbled and ran towards the ring, up 
went his hand, and the next thing I saw was the 
ball being pushed down into the basket. I'll never 
forget the way his hand pushed the ball inside the 
ring. He hadn't made the slightest move to jump 
for this maneuver. He just lifted himself on his 
toes, and pushed down on the ball after raising 
his arm, and that was it. 

I can now imagine why the teams are in such 
hot competition for tall players. One thing is that 
they don't have to kill themselves reaching for the 
basket. Then, there's the advantage of keeping the 
ball out of the reach of others, while a shorter man 
is apt to have the ball stolen from him more often 
than not. 

There was one incident that really amused 
everyone present. One of our team players is not 
very tall, probably five feet two. Well, you can 
imagine what he looked like beside the tallness 
of Sharrar. Whenever Sharrar got the ball our 
shorty would try to lose himself among the other 
players, doing his best not to come in contact with 
him. What would you have done in his position? 
I'll bet that when he first saw Sharrar he must 
have thought that either he was shrinking or 
everyone else was getting taller and taller. 

The bell rang indicating the departure of 
the school bus on which I travel. So I left the 
court filled with thoughts about my giant friend, 
the tallest of the tall. 



IN THE PHYSICS LAB 



BY 
TARICL ANDREA 



Today is Monday. The time is 25 minutes 
past one. The lunch-recreation period is about to 
end. The 5A students are crowded outside the 
physics lab door with their "Laboratory Instruc- 
tions Manual" in their hands, reading over the 
experiments each is about to perform. Every stu- 
dent is eager to enter the lab, and to start his 
experiment. 

Two minutes before the bell rings Fr. Mc- 
Carthy, the Physics teacher, and Mr. Salah, his 
Lab Assistant, come along deeply engrossed in con- 
versation about the experiments. They seem to 
pay no attention to the boys around them. 



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The bell rings on the dot of half-past one, 
and the lab doors are thrown wide open for the 
eager students to enter. Each one hurries to his 
place for he is anxious to see what apparatus has 



been arranged for his next experiment. After the 
prayer work on experiments begins. 

The Physics lab is in the Science Building. 
It is a big room in which there are four long and 
wide tables. There is also a small side room for 
apparatus, and a dark-room for light experiments. 
Apparatus for experiments are pre-arranged on 
the long wide tables. 

It doesn't take the alert teacher long to dis- 
cover that some boys have not read over the ex- 
periment beforehand. Before being allowed to 
start, these slow-starters must take out their man- 
uals forthwith and learn what the experiment is 
all about. Some pretend they have read the man- 
ual, but in reality they watch what their more 
competent neighbors are doing, and try to imitate 
them. But all in all, once the experiments are un- 
der way, each is absorbed in his own, occasionally 
calling upon the instructor to solve some difficulty. 

Sometimes the experiments do not make good 
progress in the hands of those who have not read 
the instructions very well. It is then that the voice 
of Fr. McCarthy can be heard berating a careless 
boy, "Oh, here's a bright boy who doesn't know 
what he's doing!" 

Every once in a while a boy complains that 
his "friend" is interrupting his calculations. A 
look from the Father in enough to make the 
"friend" go off mumbling, "No, Father, not me!", 
denying his deed with a hurt innocence. 

The bell rings declaring that 45 minutes have 
elapsed. Here there is a ten minute "break" before 
the second lab period begins. This second period 
is much like the first except for the last twenty 
minutes. As soon as one has finished his experi- 
ment he starts on his report. The report must be 
written in ink on unlined white paper. Some care- 
less students have to do the report three and four 

times. When the report is finished it is handed to 
the teacher for final approval. With final approval 
comes a feeling of deep satisfaction of a job well 
done, and one leaves the lab with a great desire 
to return for future interesting experiments. 



APPRECIATING THE CINEMA 



BY 
ANAND MOHINDRA 



"The Roxy Cinema tonight boys!" advised 
Father Charles with great emphasis, "for Shake- 
speare's Macbeth is being shown there." 

Father Charles realized in common with all 
psychologists of our times that students learn 
through all their senses, and that seeing and hear- 
ing Shakespeare portrayed on the screen could 
not fail to impress everlasting lessons and ideals. 

It is a well appreciated fact that students, 
and their elders alike, enthusiastically add to their 
general knowledge through attendance at the 
cinema. Otherwise they might ignore as "not 
worth the trouble" or "boring", the same stories 
and life's situations when presented in book length 
form. 

I first comprehended this fact when I viewed 
on the screen Tolstoy's War and Peace. Never could 
I forget the account of Napoleon's tragic march 
from Moscow after so vividly seeing it on the 
screen. No other medium could have made Joan 
of Arc or Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet live 
for me. 

From Stone Age days on, the value of the 
dramatic form has been recognized and appre- 
ciated for its effective means of constructive edu- 
cation. Only the other day the Al-Nasr Cinema 



showed a film entitled The Time Machine. It actual- 
ly took one back to 1900 B.C. and then projected 
the future of 2000 A.D. The cinema has the power 
to entrap you in an Atomic blast. And then it can 
carry you to imaginary wonderlands. Through the 
medium of the screen I have lived with Hercules, 
have crossed the widest oceans, have dived to the 
deepest beds of the seas, have been on battered 
warships, and have experienced the bitterness of 
the battlefield. Anytime you wish to travel, in- 
stead of an airticket, buy a ticket to the cinema 
and visit all the far away places. Of course you 
must be selective of your cinemas lest the conta- 
gion and corruption of the age have an unwhole- 
some effect on you. 

It is recognition of the fact of the value of 
audio-visual education that has caused so wide- 
spread a use of this medium of transmitting ideas 
and ideals. At Baghdad College the value of this 
medium is recognized and the students are the 
better informed in chemistry, biology, and physics 
because of its use. Its entertainment value has not 
been neglected, either. And with great wisdom 
did Father Charles exhort our English class to 
attend the local showing of one of Shakespeare's 
better plays. I will always be grateful to him. 




, Jesse for 



ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN 

by Nabil al-Shawwaf 



Man has lived side by side with danger for 
millions of years. As long as mankind lives on this 
earth he will be accompanied by danger. Why is it 
then that the dangers of nature have not wiped 
man from the face of the earth ? The answer lies 
in man himself. It lies in the fact that man has 
battled against danger since time began, and thus 
far has overcome it. Man loves danger at times. 
He finds it challenging and defying. It challenges 
and defies his wits, his strength, and his daring. 
As a result man explores, and seeks, and probes 
into the darkest corners of the earth, wherein he 
finds adventure, thrills, and ever-present danger. 
Let us suppose that we are sitting in a time 
machine. Let us break the time barrier and travel 
through time. Let us go back through the centuries 




into the misty past. Here we shall find many ex- 
amples of men who have dared, explored, and ex- 
ploited. Lost treasures have been found because 
men have dared. Africa's jungles have become 
known because men have explored. The riches of 
the world have been found and exploited because 
men have been enterprising and have not backed 
away from danger. Literature, poetry, and music 
are filled with the lyrics and deeds of men who 
have dared to face incredible dangers, and have 
lived to tell the tale. Or if they haven't lived, their 
deeds have lived after them. 

Science opens up another field for our specul- 
ation. This is a vast and still relatively unexplored 
territory. We have made great inventions and dis- 
coveries in chemistry, physics and medicine. There 
is more yet to be made. New drugs 
and medicines are being discovered 
all the time. New methods and 
new machines periodically come 
into being which greatly aid our 
daily life, and make it especially 
easy to travel. These achievements 
have been made in the various fields 
of science because men have met the 
challenges, and have faced the dan- 
gers, and have persevered to victo- 
rious discoveries in all branches of 
science. What seemed quite impos- 
sible a few centuries ago, is now 
not only possible, but commonplace. 



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Man flies like a bird in his plane and space 
ship. He swims like a fish in his submarine. He 
conquers space and even manages bilocation by 
means of television. 

And now man has come to his greatest chal- 
lenge, that of outer space. As he has met other 
challenges he will meet this one, and conquer. 
Rockets and spaceships will be prepared for safe 
travel. Training for the mental and physical 
demands of space travel will be made. The day 
of man's conquest of outer space is nearer than 
most of us think, for man sees the dangers involved 
and, as he has before in history, he will face the 
dangers, and conquer. 

There can be no other way. For as long as 
man lives there will be danger. And as long as 
there is danger, man will seek adventure. He will 
explore. He will gain in knowledge and experience. 
He will conquer not only his competitors, but also, 
obstacles, and nature itself. 




v 




Nabil al-Shawwaf 




CIVIL ENGINEERING 



BY 



ALI AL-QALAMCHI 



One of the noticeable trends during the past 
two decades has been the increasing demand for 
civil engineers. This science, civil engineering, 
has been called the basis of modern civilization. 
Test this fact! Imagine a city without transpor- 
tation systems, without railways, highways and 
airports, without a water supply system — including 
dams and pipelines, and without a system for col- 
lecting, treating and ridding a city of the industrial 
and other waste materials ! Imagine a city without 
factories, schools, and university buildings! And 
what do you have? A primitive, rural, agricultural, 
under-developed area. 




In its conventional aspects civil engineering 
deals with the planning, designing, and construc- 
tion of various structures which are beneficial to 
mankind as a help to a better way of living, and 
as a means of conquering the elements of nature. 
To become a successful and competent civil engi- 
neer a working mastery of the basic sciences of 
mathematics and physics is a prerequisite. One 
who possesses this mastery will enter into his future 
engineering studies with a glow of satisfaction for 



he will feel a sense of accomplishment, and will 
envision with a victorious sense of challenge the 
problems to be solved, and the constructions of the 
future that he will have a part in creating. 

A student of civil engineering must be aware 
of his nation's expanding economy. He keeps an 
eye on various projects and many constructional 
undertakings. Then he will know where he best 
fits into the scheme of things, and can aim for 
work consonant with his talents and tastes. 

In Iraq, with its expansion of industries, there 
is a heavy reliance on the skills of the trained civil 
engineer. Expenditures for construction projects 
cut heavily into the national budget, and in order 
to obtain the most for its money the government 
will look for and pay well the man best-trained 
for the job. 

Hence the civil engineer has ample oppor- 
tunity- for work with the government, with power 
companies, and with many expanding private 
organizations. Also there is the chance of work 
with foreign companies expanding their invest- 
ments. Thus there is a whole range of employment 
opportunities that shows no signs of being filled 
due to the shortage of competent trained civil 
engineers. 

Courses in civil engineering are offered in the 
local universities, and more and more men are 
being trained for positions of responsibility in the 
field of civil engineering. But a four year course 
is hardly preparation enough for the responsibil- 
ities of life, limb and finance he must face. So in 
addition to his technical training a civil engineer 
spends an apprenticeship with other trained and 
experienced men who know their business and 
sciences. In going through such training the future 
engineer becomes aware of the motives driving 
him on. He realizes that he is not only making a 
livelihood, but he is helping his fellow man to a 
better way of life. He brings a safety to thousands 
who use his highways, bridges, and buildings. He 
saves many from the dangers of flood conditions 
by the construction of solid and secure dams. He 
is thrilled by the chance to create a new modern 
way of life. 



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"DELTA" Woodworking 
Machinery and Tools 
U.S.A. 

"BALCRANK" Inc. 
Lubricating Equipment 
U.S.A. 

SKIL Corporation, 
U.S.A. 

"SKIL" Electric Tools 



"COLCHESTER" Lathes 
of Colchester. 
ENGLAND 

"STENOR" Limited 
ENGLAND 

Douglas Ellison Ltd. 
ENGLAND 

Pumping Sets. 



Read & Gambell Ltd. 
ENGLAND 

Fire Extinguishers 

"ACCO" Presses 

American Chain & Cable Co. 

U.S.A. 

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Zenith - Radio-Television 

His Master's Voice - Radio-Television 

Marconiphone - Radios, Radio-Grams 
Magic Chef - Gas Ranges 

Tandberg - Tape Recorders 
Air Coolers 

Fasco - Oscillating Fans 
Arms & Ammunition 



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MICHAEL ZIA 

ESTABLISHED 1911 

OVERLOOKING THE TIGRIS RIVER 

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ALL ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH 

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS 
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BAGHDAD TEL.: 4432 



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Rashid Street — BAGHDAD — Tel. : 81247 

(Adjacent to Ministry of Commerce) 
Telegraphic address : RETSROF Baghdad 



Sole Agents for : 

MAY AND BAKER LIMITED, Dagenham, Essex. 

PHARMACEUTICAL SPECIALITIES (MAY AND BAKER) LTD., Dagenham, Essex. 

THE CROOKES LABORATORIES LTD., London. 

ROBERT YOUNG AND COMPANY, LTD., (Disinfectants and Sheep Dips), Glasgow. 

LONDON RUBBER (INDUSTRIES), LTD., London. 

LES LABORATOIRES MIDY, Paris. 

VERNON AND COMPANY, LTD., Preston. 

P. BEIERSDORF AND COMPANY, A- G, Hamburg (NIVEA Products). 

CHANCE BROTHERS LIMITED. — Birmingham. 

CHAS. F. THACKRAY, LTD., Leeds. 

LABORATOIRES VIFOR S. A., Geneva 

G. REAUBOURG et Cie, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France. 

ETHICON LIMITED, Edinburgh. 

THE DISTILLERS GO. (Biochemicals) LTD., Liverpool and London. 

GALE, BAISS AND CO. LTD., London. 

ANDREWS LIVER SALT. 

KATADYN PRODUCTS, LTD., Wallisellen-Zurich (Water Filters and Sterilizers). 





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WELBILT AIR CONDITIONERS 
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BAGHDAD 



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REGULATORS 




VOLTAGE REGULATORS 




Prestolite Universal Regulators offer broad coverage 
quick turn-over and good profit . . . 

Prestolite Universal Voltage Regulators are big profit items . . . 

and it takes only 12 models for broad coverage on many cars and light trucks. 

And, like all Prestolite products, they are precision engineered. 

Contacts- -the heart of the regulator — are made of either tungsten or 
silver alloy for longer life. Other features are: Positive temperature compensation, 
stainless steel coil springs, cadmium plated base, soldered wiring connections, 
cork gaskets. Easv to install . . . original equipment quality. 






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Export Sales: G E O N • Great Neck • New York 



Prestolite Products are now made in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela 
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BAGHDAD — BASRAH 



AGENTS FOR: 



UCOSIDER - BELGIUM - STEEL 

Ste. Ame. JOHN COCKERILL - BELGIUM. Steel Railway Sleepers. 

COMPTOIR DES ACIERIES BELGES - BELGIUM. — Rails. 

LA BRUGEOISE ET NIVELLES - BELGIUM. Railway Railing Stock. 

Soc. Gen. Des Minerals, S.A. — BELGIUM 
Tin, Copper, Lead 

Comblemetal — Phenix Works — BELGIUM 
Galvanized Steel Sheets, Tinplates 

Ferblatil — BELGIUM 

Cold Rolled Steel Sheets, Tinplates 

Laminoirs de Longtain, S.A. — BELGIUM 
Steel Window Sections 



Dansk Cement Central — DENMARK 
White Cement — Gempexo 

Photo -Produits Gevaert, S.A. - - BELGIUM 
Photographic Goods 



Voigtlander - - GERMANY 

Precision & Amateur Cameras 

Chas. Mackinlay & Co. Ltd. - - ENGLAND 
Whisky 

Associated Paint Manufacturers Ltd. — ENGLAND 
Paints 

Carrers Limited — ENGLAND 

The famous Craven "A" Cigarettes 



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

CAPITAL PAID I. D. 60,000 

BAHOSHY BUILDING, SINAK 

South Gate, Baghdad. Telephone No. 81610 



W. S. Barron & Son Ltd., Gloucester 
R. Hudson Ltd. Leeds 
S. A. M. I. C. Malines 

Myford Engineering Co. Ltd. Beeston Nttghm 
Mulcott Beling Co. Bradford 
Oster Manufacturing Co. Cleveland Ohio 
Norton Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd. 
Welwyn Garden City 



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Light Railways Material & Wagons 

Brick Making Machinery 

Precision Lathes & Craftsmen Carpenter Mchy. 

Machine Belting 

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Abrasives & Grinding Wheels 

Hydraulic Thrust Boring Machine & Accessories 



E. Pass & Co. Ltd. London 

Rheinstahl Eisenwerke - Gelsenkirchen A. G. Cast Iron Pipes & Specials 

V. A. G. Mannheim Valves Hydrant etc. 

James Taylor (England) Shipbuilders 

Morrison Marshall Ltd. LONDON Mitchell lathes and Machine Tools 

Brades Nash Tyzack (sales) Ltd., Birmingham Hardware and Assorted Hand Tools 

Edgar Allen, Co. Ltd., Sheffield Lathe Bits and Twist Drills 






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412-1 Rashid Street — Tel.: 82241 



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UNITED CHEVROLET Co. W.L.L. 

SOLE DISTRIBUTORS IN IRAQ 



FOR 

BUICK and CHEVROLET Cars and Trucks 

DEALERS IN : 

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES, 
TYRES AND TUBES, REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING. 



HEAD OFFICE: AL RASHID STREET, BAGHDAD 
Branches: BASRAH — MOSUL 



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Finest Iraq Date Products 

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AND OWNERS OF THE WORLD KNOWN 

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WALNUT and ALMOND DATE CUBES 
WALNUT and GINGER DATE CAKES 
WALNUT and ALMOND DATE PUDDING 

p CHOCOLATE DATES 

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R DATE SYRUP 

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DATE CHUTNEY 

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B.I.C.C. Cables, Distribution Systems, Power Capacitors. 

A.E.I. Turbine Plant, Electric Motors, Alternators, Transformers and Switchgears. 

HEENAN & FROUDE Engine Testing Equipment and Water Coolers. 

"INDIA" Motor Vehicle Tyres and Tubes. 

I.W.E.L. Industrial Waste Handling and Procession Plant, Abbattoirs etc. 

"PARKER" Crushers, Belt Loaders and Conveyors, Asphalt Plants, Mixers etc. 

"DAGENITE" Motor Vehicle and Storage Batteries. 

"PYRENE" Fire Extinguishers, Crash Tenders, Fire Engines etc. 

"CASTROL" Oils and Greases, Brake Fluids, Cutting Oils, Mold Oils etc. 

WEATHERILL Loading Shovels, Petrol or Diesel Engined, 2 or 4 wheel drive. 

WORTHINGTON-SIMPSON Pumps, Air Compressors etc. 

Your enquiries are welcomed 

W.J. COKER & COMPANY (W.L.L) 

P. O. Box No. 93 Muaskar Al Rashid - Baghdad 

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LEVANT EXPRESS TRANSPORT S. A. 

ESTABLISHED 1930 

TRANSPORTERS, SHIPPING AGENTS, 
FORWARDERS, PACKERS, CUSTOMS BROKERS 



© GENERAL AGENTS 

FOR IRAQ and ARAB GULF : 

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FOR IRAQ, SYRIA and LEBANON 

© SHIPPING CORRESPONDENTS : 
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Concordia Line, 
Norway. 

Compagnie Maritime Beige, 
Belgium 

Mitsui Line, 
Japan. 

Schenker and Co., G. M. B. H., 
Germany. 

The American Express Co. Ltd., 
New York. 
German underwriters 
Marine Insurance Companies. 



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Atlantic Ports and Arab Gulf Ports. 

Direct Regular Sailings between North 
European and Arab Gulf Ports. 

Direct Regular Sailings between Japan and 
other Far East Ports and Arab Gulf Ports 

Express Freight Service Germany/Iraq. 



World Wide Shipping Service. 

Survey Reports issued for goods insured 
with German Insurance Companies. 



Head office 
Also offices at 



BEIRUT, 

DAMASCUS, ALEPPO, TRIPOLI, BAGHDAD, BASRAH, MOSUL, 
KHANAQIN, TEHERAN, TABRIZ, KHORRAMSHAHR, KERMANSHAH, 
AHWAZ, BANDAR-SHAHPOUR, ARAK. 

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Motors and Generators 



Radios and Accessories 
Household Appliances 



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KHASSAKI MOSQUE SQUARE BAGHDAD, IRAQ. 



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PHILCO 

FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THE WORLD OVER 

Refrigerators 

Washing Machines 

Air Conditioners etc 



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TELEPHONES 81274, 82740, 98780 



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Aluminium cables, copper wires and overhead conductors 

AVON 

Types and inner tubes 

THE HAWKER SIDELEY BRUSH INTERNATIONAL Ltd. 
BRUSH, MIRRLEES, McLAREN, PETTER, FULLER 

Switchgear, Generating sets, industrial & marine engines 

ELECTROLUX 

Kerosene, & electrically operated refrigerators 

vacuum cleaners, floor polishers 

INGERSOLL-RAND 

Air compressors, and compressed air equipment 

PERKINS 

Diesel engines — automotive industrial, and marine 

ROOTES GROUP 

Hillman, Humber, Sunbeam Cars 
Commer Trucks, Tippers and pickups 

ROVER Go. Ltd. 

Land Rover 4 wheel drive, Rover Saloon cars 

RIV 

Anti-Friction Bearings 

THE AUTOWORKS 

MIDDLE EAST CARS & TRANSPORT Co. W.L.L. 

SOUTH GATE 

Capital ID 120,008/— (Fully Paid Up) 
ESTABLISHED 1946 

( Stores & Showroom 4394 

T . Office 86656-86657 

Tel i 

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{ Service Station 97448 

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3. three-component finder — subject, distance and expo- 
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graphic applications — wide angle and stereo shots, 
life-size close ups at 1 : 1, tel attachements now to 400 mm 
focal length. 5. rapid lever wind and rewind crank — quick 
shooting sequence and accellerated film change. Plus the 
famous CONTAFLEX advantage: the finder shows the 
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unaffected by the exposure meter needle and free from any 
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Further technical advantages: ZEISS TESSAR f/2.8 
50 mm, bayonet mount for accessory lenses, dust protected 
SYNCHRO COMPURE shutter speeded to 1/500 sec. - 
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Two other new models: CONTAFLEX rapid, as 
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The new "Swing-Needle" SINGER AUTOMATIC 
most versatile of all sewing machines ! 

Here is truly the most advanced of all sewing machines — a Swing Needle* Automatic Machine that 
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No counting stitches. No tricky adjustments. With the Automatic you get a set of clever "FASHION 
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Just slip the Disc you want on your SINGER Automatic. Then watch your machine turn out either 
arrowheads, dominoes, scallops, zigzags ... an endless variety of stitch variations — completely automatically. 

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to home sewing . . . the kind of stitching for which all SINGER Sewing Machines are famous the world over. 
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Whether its notions, repairs, sewing lessons . . . 
whatever your sewing need call or visit : 

The SINGER Sewing Machine C° 

Tel. : 84318, 84004 and 85899 
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RASHID STREET - - BAGHDAD 

Opposite FETTO'S PHARMACY 
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the »0o#e*« laboratories after 
extensive clinical trials are con- 
sidered as outstanding scien- 
tific achievements. In the hands 
of the medical profession they 
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for those who want the best 

Since the days when it pioneered 
miniature photography, 
LEICA has been regarded by experienced 
photographers as the ultimate goal 

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This is not only because the LEICA 
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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 recommendation 

of Leica owners. 

Ask anyone who owns a LEICA 

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opposite Baghdad Hotel Tel. : 86446 83346 - 83284 
BASRA : B.O.A.C, Shatt Al Arab Hotel, Margil Airport Tel. : 7286 



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

— Arrangements are made for group and indi- 
vidual tours inside Iraq as well as abroad. 



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HOME LINES 



BLACK SEA STATE STEAMSHIP LINES 



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AGFA OPTIMA 24x36 





AGFA MOVEX 88 L 




CRESCENT PHOTO STORES 

A.ABB0SH&C0. 

354/1 RASHID STREET BAGHDAD 



AGFA COLOR CT 18 

AGFA ISOPAN FILM 



CAMERAS OF WORLD 
RENOWN 



FILMS 



PAPERS 



CHEMICAL 



All Photographic 
Requirements 



Shot Guns and 
Ammunition 



AVAILABLE AT ALL PHOTO DEALERS 




AGFA FLEXILETTE 24x36 




AGFA COLORFLEX 24x36 




AGFA MOVECTOR F8 




AGFA COLOR CT 88 SP 




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139 



Men who guide the destinies of the 
world wear Rolex watches 




A ROLEX 
RED SEAL 
CHRONOMETER 



The Rolex Oyster Perpetual 

— culmination of three Rolex 
triumphs. In 1910 Rolex gained 
their first Official Timing Certi- 
ficate/or a wrist-chronometer. In 
1926 Rolex invented the Oyster 
watch-case, the first truly water- 
proof case in the zcorld and still 
the finest. In 1 93 J Rolex in- 
vented the first rotor self-winding 
mechanism. A new refinement of 
this Perpetual rotor potters the 
Oyster Perpetual silently and 
automatically. 



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A landmark 

in the history of 

Time measurement 



You know their names as you 
know your own. You know their 
faces from a thousand newspaper 
photographs, their life stories from a 
hundred magazine articles. You have 
seen them and heard their voices 
on newsreels and on your television 
screen. Their actions and decisions 
influence the pattern of our lives. 

We cannot mention their names, 
or show pictures of them. It would 
not be fitting to do so, for they in- 
clude royalty, the heads of states, 
great service commanders. But we 
invite you to look carefully at the 
next pictures that you see of them, 
at their wrists as well as their faces 
and clothes. You will notice that in 
almost every case they wear a wrist- 
watch. That watch will most likely 
have been made by Rolex of Geneva. 
We are proud of the service given 
by Rolex watches to so many emin- 
ent men. It is scarcely necessary to 
point out that the performance of 
these watches is, in the highest 
degree, accurate and dependable. 

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust, 

the most remarkable achievement in watch- 
making. Every Datejust is azvarded an 
Official Timing Certificate by a Swiss Insti- 
tute for Official Timekeeping Tests with the 
mention "Especially good results." This 
accuracy is protected by the famous Oyster 
case, guaranteed 100% waterproof to a 
depth of 165 feet under water. The zvatch is 
self-wound by the Perpetual rotor mechan- 
ism and the date is shown on the dial, 
changing instantaneously every midnight, 
and magnified by the Cyclops lens for easy 
reading. 




A ROLEX 
RED SEAL 
CHRONOMETER 



THE ROLEX WATCH COMPANY LIMITED (Founder, H. Wilsdorf), geneva, Switzerland; i green st., mavfair, London, w.i; the American rqlex watch 

CORPORATION, 580 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK; THE ROLEX WATCH COMPANY LIMITED, VICTORY BUILDING, TORONTO 



THE SWISS WATCH Co., LTD. 

Semiramis Bldg - Rashid Street - Baghdad - Tel 7476 



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MOTOR CONTROL GEAR 

and 

AUTOMATIC CONTROLS FOR AIR CONDITIONING 

and REFRIGERATION PLANTS 



Sole Agents : 

L. & D. MANGASARIAN (W.L.L.) 

3/184 Ras al-Oaria, Baghdad, Tel. 7042 




HANNA SHAIKH 

RIVER TRANSPORT Co. 

BASRAH IRAQ 

Registered Company for River Transport 

Freight booked on through bills of Lading for 

Through (Overside), Transferred, and Local Cargoes 

Special Quotations offered for large shipments 

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



OWNERS OF BRICK FACTORIES 



Owners of Machine Bricks 
Factories and Suppliers 

Owners of large farms and real Estate 



Head Office: BASRA 



Branches: AMARAH, Baghdad 



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

Cables: "Al-Shaikh" Basrah, Amarah and Baghdad 

Code: Bently's 



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A.J. SHEKHLY AND PARTNERS Co. 

(W.L.L ) 



SOLE DISTRIBUTORS IN IRAQ, 



412-1 Rashid Street — Tel. : 82241 



Baghdad, Iraq — Cable : PHEBADAL 



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Eastern Distillery & Products Co., W.L.L. 

(Successor to J. D. MESSAYEH DISTILLERY) 

12/40 Ras el Qurya Street, Baghdad (Iraq) 

Telegraphic Address : Telephone : 

«GARESCO» Baghdad Office 81569 

Factory 92304 



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IBRAHIM J. SAAD & FILS 



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BRITISH STEEL PILLING Co. Ltd. 

Steel Sheets, Piling, Pile Driving Plant. 

BRIDGEWATER WIRE ROPE WORKS Ltd. 

"Bridgebrand" Wire Rope. 

COWANS SHELDON & Co. Ltd. 
CLYDE CRANE & BOOTH Ltd. 

'All Types of Cranes" 



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HARLAND & WOLFF Ltd. 

Diesel Engines, Generating Sets. 

MAY & HASSELL Ltd. 

"Timber Merchants" 

McCALLS & Co. (SHEFFIELD) Ltd. 

"Matobar" Welded Fabric Reinforcement. 

MECHANS LIMITED. 

Pressed Steel Water Thanks and Fittings. 

MERRYWEATHER & SONS Ltd. 

Fire Engines and Fire Fighting Appliances. 

UNITED STEEL GROUP OF COMPANIES Ltd. 

Steel and All Steel Products. 



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IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES (EXPORT) LTD. 

< Incorporated in England > 

A SUBSIDIARY COMPANY OF IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. 
IRAQ BRANCH - BAGHDAD 




Industrial Chemicals 

Dyestuffs, Pigments and Resins 

Fertilizers, Plant Protection and Pest Control Products 

Plastic Raw Materials (Moulding Powders) and 'Perspex' Acrylic Sheet 
Leather Cloth 

Paints and Finishes — Decorative and Industrial 
Non-Ferrous Metals 

Drugs and Pharmaceuticals (Medical and Veterinary) 
Commercial Explosives 
Sporting Ammunition 

Laboratory Glassware, Equipment and Fine Chemicals 



P. O. Box 44 



EASTERN BANK BUILDING 
NEW BANK ST. 

BAGHDAD 



Tel. No. 86131 
86132 

86133 



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AL-SELEHIYA STREET — AL-KHARKH 

BAGHDAD 



Telephone : 

Managing Director 34380 
Secretary 34381 

Sales 34382 

Works 83915 



Telegr. Address 
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Partition Tiles. 

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



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MODERN WORKS IN BAGHDAD 



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

MG locks for doors & furniture 

Carbon Bruches 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, Fitting, Slides, Handles, Edges, etc. for steel furnitures 

All Fittings, Lock, Decorations for furniture 

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

Slides & Sliding Doors for all purposes 

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The Priceless Extra 
of Experience 



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

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

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

For Pan American is "The World's 



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

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

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





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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



A. Abbosh 137 

Abdul-Hadi Baqir ...... 101 

Abdul-Masih Khayyat 105 

Abultimman 121, 136, 147 

Al-Hikma University 150,151 

A. J. Shekhly & Partners Co. 1 10, 1 1 3, 141 

Alumni 102 

Alumni Sodality 102 

Andrea's Pharmacy 107 

Asfar Dates 115 

Autoworks 125 

Babylon Studio 129 

BataShoe 132 

B.OA.C 134 

Boukather 109 

C.John Halkias 105, 107 

Derbendi Khan Contractors . . . . 138 
Diana Beer 122 

Eastern Distillery 141 

Faber-Castell 125 

F. et A. Tawfik Yonan . . 122,123,129 

Ferida Beer 117 

Fixit 133 

Gabriel J. Obagi 145 

Ghazi Cigarette 135 

HalatahBros 108 

Hanna Shaikh River Transport . . 140 

Hotel Khayam 135 

H. S. Abed 120 

Ibrahim Saad 116, 128, 142 

ICI 143 

Imprimerie Catholique 103 

Iraq Bldg. Materials 144 



Iraq Sports Depot 100 

Iraq Times 135 

John Birch 104 

J. P. Bahoshy 112 

Kik 129 

KLM 99 

L. et D. Mangasarian .... 124,140 

Levant Express Transport . . . . 123 

L. Forster et Sabbagh 108 

Lufthansa 130 

Dr. Muhammad Ismail 131 

National Tobacco 114 

Orientours 101 

Orosdi-Back 138 

Pan American Airlines 146 

Pepsi Cola 106 

Philco 124 

Philip's 119 

Samhiry Bros 131 

Singer Sewing Machine 127 

S. M. Garibian Ill 

Swiss Watch Co 139 

Thomas Press 98 

Unduetsch Trading Co 126 

United Chevrolet Co . . . . ■ . 114 

W.J. Coker 118 

Zia Hotel 107 




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BAGHDAD, IRAQ 



Al-Hikma University is located in Zafaraniya, twenty 
minutes by car from South Gate on the main road from 
Baghdad to Kut. 

At present Al-Hikma University offers two four- 
year programs of study, one leading to the Bachelor of 
Science degree in business administration, and one to 
the Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. 

Instruction, except in Arabic literature courses, is in 
English. Both programs of study are similar to those 
offered in colleges and universities in the Unites States 
and are of the same standard. 

Tuition is 150 dinars per year. 



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Back Row, left to right: Gabriel Hindu, Saad Salih 
Abdi, Iyad Kurukchi, Sahir Elias, Naif al-Hathal, Ajil ah 
Hathal, Basim Yusuf, Fatallah Yusufani. 

Fifth Row, (standing apart) — Imad al-Qazwini, Joseph 
Jurgi, Hagop Arshak — , Joseph Said, Muayyad Kadhim, 
Hartyun Maranjian, Hasan Q Hasan, Raad A-Qadir, 
Joseph Abukathir, Arshak Yusuf, Muhammad Ali, Hikmat 
Aziz, Muhammad Ali, Sabah al-Ubaidi. 

Fourth Row: Nabil al-Rawi, Jalal Bonjukian, Raad Bunni, 
Krikor Simonian, Kamiran al-Dabbagh, Aqil Atiyya, Walid 
Dabbuni, Majid A-Latif, Muhammad Mustafa, Khalis 
Mahmud. 

Third Row: Ohannes Yaghazarian. Nadim Matti. 
Nabil Yusuf, Zuhair Jamil, Joseph Finan, Razzuq Faraj, 



Ali al-Shawi, Muhannad al-Qazwini, Usama al-Raihani, 
Daud Sarsam, Nadim Zabbouni. 

Second Row: Khairy Salim, Melcon Kaspar, Nabil 
Tariq, Zir A-Rahman, Adil Shaya, Sami Khairulla, George 
Gogue, Edmund Paulus, Ghandi Shemdin, Fattah Muham- 
mad Ali, Haqi al-Janabi, Nabil Khalaf, Nadir Abbas. Dilair 
Armaghani, Berj Turabian, Luay Tappouni. 

First Row: Walid Michael, Saman al-Qazzaz, Garabet 
Atanossian, Tawfiq al-Bassam, Dhari al-Khayun, A-Qadir 
al-Bassam, Faiz Qazanji, Fr. Mahan, S.J., Fr. Sheehan, S.J., 
Amour George, Saad al-Hemdani, Kirmanj Talibani, 
Francis Ewaz, Hanna Shlaimun, Mazin Baithun, Usamaddin 
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