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-, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTORER 129,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WWNESDAY, O~OURR R~

Detailed State Constitution
Limits Flexible Court Acts

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THE WORLD AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD!t
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of awesome'

(Continued on Page 2)
at party conventions, The end re-
sult is a paradox for the Supreme
Court bench: Party nomination
combined with nonpartisan elec-
tion.
Among the states as a whole,
the alternatives in use add up to
gubernatorial appointment, legis-
lative selection. popular election,
and a combination thereof. The
elective method is the most fre-
quent; appointment is sometimes
found; legislative selection is rare.
In California and Missouri, the
constitutions stipulate that the
governor's appointees stand for
election after an initial period in
office. These two states also use
a commission of highly qualified
persons either to pass on guber-
natorial selections as in Califor-
nia, or to nominate a panel from
which the governor makes his
choice as in Missouri.

An elective judiciary lengthens
the ballot and risks pulling the
judicial candidates into the stream
of politics. Yet non-partisan elec-
tion for judges risks depriving the
voters of the means of identify-
ing them. Executive appointment
makes for independence only
when tied to long tenure for the
judges.
Under Michigan's original Con-
stitution of 1835, the governor ap-
pointed the judges of the Supreme
Court with the consent of the
State Senate. For the other
judges. election was prescribed.
S In reconsidering its judicial
provisionssMichigan would not
only search for the soundest
means of designating its judges,
but might afford the Legislature
more leeway in regard to court
organization.
(Next-LWoca Improvements)

'U' Students Arraigned
For Gambling Activities
(Continued from Page 1)
a few students - and it's always
Rio said y e s t e r d a y, "The a handful compared with the total
coaches knowvall about it. I told student body - can be led into
them what part I had in it becoming errand boys for profes-
which was nothing, sional gamblers," he continued.
"I think this will definitely hurt "If disciplinary action is to be
taken," he said, "it will come
my football, no matter what hap- through the normal channels of
pens. People widl think I was the Dean of Men's Office.
wrong." Rio said. "The University administration
"The coaches have faith in me," will continue to work with the po-
he said. "and I will wait to see lice, and more importantly, with
what happens tomorrow (today)." the students themselves, to stamp
James A. Lewis. vice-president out every vestige of this kind of
for student affairs. kept close con- association," Lewis said.
tact with the Ann Arbor police
duingdthe.latter part of the in- Searrch
f Serchwarrants were prepared
vestigation. to gain entry into the residences
Periodic Activity of the students.
"This kind of activity seems to But a "leak" developed some-
spring up periodically on college time Thursday and the suspected
campuses across the nation," students burned all their gambling
Lewis said. "It's unfortunate that cards and records.
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MONASTIC VESTMENT-This wool tunic is part of a display of
Early Christianity in Egypt shown at the Kelsey Museum. It is
woven in one piece and dates back to possibly the third century.
It was found at "The Monastery of the Bones" near Ass out.
Museum Exhibits Relics
Of Egy ptian Christians

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PAULINE HAHN
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Based on the Original Direction of GARSON KANIN
Production designed by BORIS ARONSON
Costumes by HELENE PONS * Lighting by LELAND WATSON

Kelsey Museum is now showing
a special exhibit of Early Egyptian
Christianity.
The Coptic Church is the Egyp-
tian Christian Church. Tradition
says that it was founded by St.I
Mark.
Alexandria was an early Chris-
tian center and records show there
was a Christian school there by
190 AD.
In 451 the Coptic Church split
with the leaders of Rome and
Byzantium, with the Coptic
Church leaders believing in a
single nature of Christ, while the
rest of the Christens believed in a
dual nature.
Language of the early Egyptian
Christians was Coptic, which used
the Greek alphabet plus some ex-
tra signs. The Bible was translated
into Coptic between 250 and 350
A.D.
Although most Egyptian became
Moslems, there is still a minority
of Chri tans in the country. The
ancient "language Coptic is no
longer spoken, but is used in
church services.

Included at the Kelsey Museum
exhibit are household goods of all
times that have early Christian
symbols. These date back to about
the late third century since prior
to that time, few Christians pub-
licly identified themselves.
There is a Coptic embroidery
hanging showing the Crucifixion
along with early Coptic martyrs
and four archangels.
Prominently displayed is a cot-
ton burial shroud with embroidery
of silk and silver threads. It has
crosses with many variations and
peacocks which were an early
Christian symbol of immortality.
Science Award
To 'U' Announced
The National Science Founda-
tion has announced a $259,200
grant to the University in support
of an Academic Year Institute to
help high school science and
mathematics teachers improve
their subject matter knowledge.

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