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12A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 10, 2002

Blue duo ousted in California

LAND-FOR-PEACE Two States for Two People
In 1922, the League of Nations and our Congress
recognized Palestine is the National Home of Jews.
Article 80 of the United Nations Charter confirms that Palestine belongs to the
Jewish people...
The British Administrators of the Palestine Mandate, ousted ALL Jews from east
of the Jordan River and gave that 78 percent of Palestine to the Arabs-forming there the
ARAB PALESTINE STATE in 1946...
Today, ARAB PALESTINE JORDAN has less people than the forty miles River to
the Sea left for JEWISH PALESTINE ISRAEL.
In 1948, Arab states attacked Israel attempting to
destroy the Jewish state.
6,200 Jews were killed before the Arabs were blocked. The center of Israel along the
coast was left just nine miles wide and half of Jerusalem was taken by the Arabs...
In 1967, Arab armies tried again to destroy Israel-and failed. Judea-Samaria (West
Bank), Gaza and Jerusalem were liberated by the Jews. During the 19 years of the Arab
occupation, gunfire from Arab held hills and their raids across the cease-fire lines killed 700
Jews and wounded over 5,000 Jews...
While Nazis tortured and killed Jews, the British kept
Jews from Palestine, while flooding the country with
Arabs from foreign lands. Even our America provided
no sanctuary for the Jews.
Now 60 years later, those foreign Arabs and their families as well as a great many
Arabs who had never set foot in Palestine, have been receiving life-long welfare benefits in
59 United Nations Arab refugee camps which U.S. helps finance...
If Israel returns to their pre-1967 nine mile wide death trap- Arafat's PALESTINE
LIBERATION ORGANIZATION will have a foothold for their
" Liberation of Palestine"- the end of the Jewish state and its people...
Those U.N. Arab camps now have some four million, their numbers doubling every
15 years or so- Arabs to take over and destroy Israel and its people...
The U.N. had turned over their 14 Arab "refugee" camps in Lebanon to the
PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION (PLO). The PLO in the bloody, savage
rampage from those camps killed many tens of thousands Lebanese and the PLO attacks on
Israeli towns, farms, schools murdered over a thousand Jews.
To survive, Israel must remain 40 miles wide, its
border at the Jordan River--- well able to defend itself.
Most Arabs in the U.N. camps and in Judea- Samaria and Gaza will have to settle in
the ARAB PALESTINE JORDAN or in any of their 22 Arab homeland states...

That will complete the two-state solution when 78 percent of Palestine formed
ARAB PALESTINE JORDAN...
That will complete the population exchange when almost a million Jews were driven
out after 1948 from Arab states where Jews had been for centuries- their homes, businesses,
possessions taken from them...

By Josh Holman
Daily Sports Writer

Sophomores Michelle DaCosta and
Leanne Rutherford had the luxury of
spending last weekend in sunny south-
ern California, but it wasn't quite like
paradise for the two Wolverines.
Michigan's two representatives at the
2002 Riveria/ITA All-American Cham-
pionship at UCLA's Los Angeles Tennis
Center were eliminated from both sin-
gles and doubles play in disappointing
losses during prequalifying.
DaCosta began prequalifying compe-
tition on a high note as the No. 11 seed
in the tournament, but quickly hit a
roadblock in Jackie Carleton from host
UCLA, losing 7-6 (6), 7-5.
DeCosta's teammate Rutherford start-

ed off with a little more luck, taking the
first set from Rice's Lauren Archer, 6-2.
But it was all downhill from there, as
Rutherford proceeded to drop her next
two sets, 7-5, 6-1, which prevented her
from qualifying for the tournament.
The greatest pain for the duo may
have come during its doubles match.
They clawed tooth and nail against
the seventh-seeded team of Maureen
Diaz and Anita Loyala of Southern Cal.,
but came up short, falling 9-7.
"Losing such a close match in dou-
bles was like a double whammy,"
DaCosta said.
DaCosta and Rutherford have
become fast friends ever since the first
day they met for practice with the
Wolverines.
Despite the fact they are the only

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sophomores on the team, the two have
already proven themselves as a very for-
midable doubles pairing early in their
career.
"We get along well," DaCosta said.
"If we ever get in a close situation, we
can both just laugh it off."
The two will undoubtedly be a force
for the rest of their stay at Michigan, but
they're not quite ready to lead the
Wolverines to glory by themselves just
yet.
"I don't feel we have just one leader,"
DaCosta said. "I feel we can look to just
about anyone on the team for guidance."
The rest of the Wolverines did
well enough without DaCosta and
Rutherford this past weekend while
the team played host to the Wolver-
ine Invitational, as every competitor
placed in their respective singles or
doubles flights.
DaCosta and Rutherford will bring
their added bit of experience back to the
Wolverines for the Midwest Regional
Championships starting Oct. 24 in East
Lansing before dual play begins again
in January.
Gajic in
excellent
company
co -ywith No. 9
GRIND
Continued from Page 11A
unlucky distinction of donning No.
9. Yes, that's the same number the
legendary coach wore at Michigan,
as well as Michigan's lone Hobey
Baker winner Brendan Morrison -
Michigan hockey's prodigal son.
Whether the number should be
retired is a whole other issue. But it
doesn't seem like Berenson gives
that jersey to just anyone. Either
you have a lot of hype (Mark
Kosick), or are the real deal (Morri-
son).
For Michigan to have a strong
chance of defending its champi-
onships and making it to a third
straight Frozen Four, Gajic has to
prove he's the latter.
Joe Smith can be reached at
josephms@umich.edu

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BOUNDARIES OF PALESTINE
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