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Judge will allow suspect’s statements as evidence in upcoming trial
February 22, 2007
A judge will allow certain statements made to police by a man accused of murdering his girlfriend to be presented as evidence at an upcoming trial.
Popular Kansas musician lost his battle with cancer today
February 22, 2007
Kirk Rundstrom died early this morning at his family’s Wichita home at the age of 38. Rundstrom was best known for his work with the band ‘Split Lip Rayfield.’
Have you noticed a foul taste in the water recently?
February 22, 2007
Lawrence City Hall received about a dozen calls today from people complaining about the taste of their water.
Lawrence Home Builders Association’ to host the ‘7th Annual Home Show’
February 22, 2007
If you are in the market for a new home, or ready to make improvements, there is a weekend event for you! Companies form Lawrence and surrounding areas will showcase the latest in construction, material, and design trends.
Two men dead after falling through ice on former rock quarry
February 22, 2007
Authorities say two men are dead after falling through ice on a former rock quarry in Jefferson County.
Big Brothers’ and ‘Big Sisters’ from across the state gather in Topeka
February 22, 2007
‘Big Brothers’ and ‘Big Sisters’ from across the state took their ‘littles’ to Topeka as part of an event to honor mentoring relationships.
Tyler Miles announced as High School Scholar Athlete of the month
February 22, 2007
For the month of February, Tyler Miles of Tonganoxie High School has been announced as the HyVee High School Scholar Athlete of the Month.
Russell Robinson sidelined at least one game after injury
February 22, 2007
Junior guard Russell Robinson sprained the bottom of his right foot in practice on Wednesday, leaving him unable to participate in Saturday’s game.
Football-only facility at Memorial Stadium no longer just a vision
February 22, 2007
This evening, Kansas Athletics released the final renderings for the ‘Anderson Family Football Complex.’
Coach Bill Self weighs in on the injury to Robinson
February 22, 2007
Coach Self offers his thoughts on the recent injury to starting guard Russell Robinson, an injury that will keep Robinson out of the lineup for Saturday’s game.
Jayhawk baseball team frustrated at weather woes
February 22, 2007
On Wednesday, the Jayhawks had to scrap their entire series with North Dakota State thanks to unplayable field conditions.
Two local volunteers honored today
February 22, 2007
The announcement of the Wallace Galluzzi volunteer of the year came this afternoon during the annual meeting for the Douglas County United Way.
Mayor seeks stricter gun law
Amyx wants jail time for carrying firearms near bars
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
When it comes to bringing guns near downtown bars, there should be no more slaps on the wrist, Mayor Mike Amyx says. Instead, just the slamming of a jail cell door. “I think the penalty needs to be pretty stiff,” Amyx said.
Single-vehicle accident leaves one man wounded on Linwood Road
February 22, 2007
Crews who responded to an accident on Linwood Road this evening find the driver lying outside his pick-up truck.
Mixing drinks and guns near bars in Lawrence could automatically land you in jail
February 22, 2007
If city leaders approve the mayor’s new idea, getting caught with a gun, but without a permit, within 200 feet of a bar would carry a minimum $500 fine and a month in jail.
Ice fishing leads to tragedy in Jefferson County quarry
February 22, 2007
Two men are dead after drowning in a quarry near Valley Falls. 55-year-old William Jack Slater and 65-year-old Vernon Barrow were pulled out of the quarry Thursday morning.
Amyx considers mandatory sentencing for guns near bars
February 22, 2007
In tonight’s 6News and tomorrow’s Lawrence Journal-World, Mayor Amyx wants to require jail time for people carrying guns near Lawrence’s bars, and a local school will be teaching Spanish to all of its students.
Robinson out Saturday, possibly Monday with foot sprain
February 22, 2007
Kansas University men’s basketball coach Bill Self announced at his Thursday press conference that junior point guard Russell Robinson will miss Saturday’s home contest against Iowa State and possibly Monday’s game at Oklahoma with a sprained foot. Robinson hurt the foot in Wednesday’s practice, when a teammate fell on top of him and his foot twisted in an awkward position. The sprain is just under Robinson’s big toe.
Divers recover bodies of ice fishers
February 22, 2007
A dive team recovered two bodies today from a quarry near Kansas Highway 4 and Kansas Highway 16 junction one-half mile east on K-16 near Valley Falls.
NBA could use global look for All-Star game
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C6
If the NBA really wanted to spruce up its All-Star Game so basketball purists won’t wince over every defensive breakdown, why not play a midseason classic that pits the American-born stars against a team of players who were born outside of the United States?
Drew not worried about health issues
Hampton returns from major elbow surgery
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
Manny Ramirez isn’t the only big-money outfielder drawing attention at the Boston Red Sox spring training facility.
Italian premier resigns after losing Senate vote on Afghanistan mission
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Premier Romano Prodi resigned Wednesday after nine months in office following an embarrassing loss by his center-left government in the Senate on foreign policy, including Italy’s military mission in Afghanistan.
New technology pumps up heart program at LMH
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B4
A couple of months ago, Lawrence Memorial Hospital doctors would have thought that the artery they were looking at Wednesday morning was about 40 percent blocked.
Edwards needles Clinton at Democrats’ candidate forum
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Former Sen. John Edwards jabbed gently at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday in the first all-candidates forum of the 2008 Democratic presidential campaign, saying her refusal to disavow a 2002 vote on Iraq was “between her and her conscience.”
Olmert spells tough line against Iran, emerging Palestinian government
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Israel’s prime minister spelled out a tough line Wednesday against Iran, Syria and an emerging Palestinian government, urging the international community to take a firmer stance against Tehran’s nuclear ambitions and saying the Jewish state has no interest in talking to those who support violence.
Tree topping adds, rather than reduces, hazards
February 22, 2007 in print edition on D2
Regular readers of this column know that it is not my style to preach or chastise individual gardening practices.
Horoscopes
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B5
For Thursday, Feb. 22
Sewer project affects traffic in west Lawrence
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Motorists should expect at least another 10 days of delays on a portion of Bob Billings Parkway that is under construction.
Students experience ‘Life in the ER
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
The pen jutted several inches through the stabbing victim’s soft skin. Aaron Hiatt needed to secure the writing-instrument-turned-weapon so it wouldn’t move. The 13-year-old West Junior High student started taping the pen in place.
Mosby goes cold, but Baylor prevails
Lady Bears’ star can’t explain recent slump
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
Baylor senior Bernice Mosby doesn’t know why her shots haven’t been falling the last two games.
Juggling tax questions
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
There’s no question that our tax code causes a lot of confusion. But don’t let confusion or misinformation from others lead to an audit or cause you to miss out on a deduction.
Commodities
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Cordero, Walker win arbitration cases
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
Washington closer Chad Cordero and San Diego second baseman Todd Walker won their salary hearings Wednesday, leaving owners with a 4-3 edge this year in cases decided by arbitration panels.
Report: India making little health progress
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Despite an economy growing nearly 10 percent a year and steadily declining poverty rates, India has made virtually no progress in cutting widespread malnutrition and battling other key health problems such as anemia, according to a new UNICEF analysis of government figures.
Architect continues work on state board
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Dan Sabatini, principal architect and owner of Sabatini Architects Inc., Lawrence, has been reappointed to another three-year term as a member of the Kansas State Historic Sites Board of Review.
Misuse of power
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
To the editor: Downtown Lawrence Inc. is a useful and valuable organization. It does much to promote downtown and to preserve the downtown area’s vitality and importance to our community.
Orchestra to perform children’s concert
February 22, 2007 in print edition on D2
The Baker University Orchestra will perform its second annual Children’s Concert at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Rice Auditorium. Admission is free.
Leader of Nation of Islam to give final major address
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is heading into what’s billed as his final major address Sunday, and some Muslims are wondering if the fiery orator - now slowed by poor health - will try to repair old divisions between his movement and mainstream Islam.
Tiger works for Match Play victory
Woods, Mickelson among first-round winners
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C2
Tiger Woods got the first match out of the way Wednesday, although this time he had to work for it.
Prosecutors decide not to seek reconsideration of Westar case
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B8
Federal prosecutors have decided not to ask a full appeals court to reconsider a three-member panel’s decision to throw out convictions against two former Westar Energy Inc. executives in the Westar looting case.
Process begins to rejoin Chinese girl, parents
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
A judge has appointed a psychologist to work with an 8-year-old Chinese girl whose parents fought for seven years to get her back from foster care - one of the first steps toward reuniting the family.
Wainwright seeks starting role
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
The last time Adam Wainwright was on the mound he was closing out the World Series clinching victory for the St. Louis Cardinals. The next time the right-hander pitches a meaningful game, it likely will be as a starter in the team’s rebuilt rotation.
Iran won’t budge on enrichment, calls for U.S. talks
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Iran called Wednesday for talks with the United States - but despite a U.N. Security Council deadline did not budge on council demands that it mothball its uranium enrichment program or face harsher sanctions.
Cars on Manny’s mind
Red Sox star won’t report to camp until March 1
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C7
Manny Ramirez, who received permission from the Red Sox to report late to spring training for family reasons, was scheduled to attend a car auction in New Jersey on Saturday, according to the promoter of the auction.
Meeting downplays differences on Palestine
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
European and U.S. officials on Wednesday sought to play down emerging differences over the new Palestinian unity government during a meeting of a high-level group that monitors efforts to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Indian, Pakistan pledge to fight terrorism
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
The foreign ministers of India and Pakistan pledged Wednesday to fight terrorism together - a break from the finger-pointing that has often marked the aftermath of attacks like this week’s bombing that killed 68 people on a train linking the two rivals.
Jury starts deliberation in Libby CIA leak case
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Jurors deliberated Wednesday without reaching a verdict on whether former White House aide I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby obstructed the investigation into who leaked the identity of a CIA operative married to a prominent Iraq war critic.
Hunter education class scheduled
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
If hunters in Kansas want to get a license to practice their hobby, they need to take a hunter education class.
One of world’s smallest preemies goes home
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
Parents of one of the world’s smallest premature babies got to take her home Wednesday for the first time since she was delivered last fall.
Condition of I-70 crash victim improves
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
The condition of an injured Baldwin City man, Daryl D. Pickens Jr., 36, has improved to fair after more than two weeks in Kansas University Hospital in Kansas City, Kan., hospital spokesman Dennis Minich said Wednesday morning.
People in the news
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
¢ Seacrest, Cowell squabble during ‘Idol’ ¢ ‘Housewives’ actress gives birth to twins ¢ 2nd lawsuit filed against singer Brandy
Insurance leader to address network
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Sandy Praeger, Kansas insurance commissioner, will address a luncheon meeting today of the Lawrence Express Network of the American Business Women’s Assn. at Lawrence Country Club, 400 Country Club Terrace.
Police seek arrest of ex-North Korean agents
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Police authorities have decided to seek arrest warrants soon for two former officials of the North Korean intelligence agency believed to have directed the abduction in 1978 of Kaoru Hasuike and his future wife, Yukiko.
Spencer exhibit focuses on sheik revered in mystic arm of Islam
February 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
The image of Amadou Bamba is a constant reminder to residents of Dakar, the capital of Senegal.
Bangladesh sees future of global warming
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Global warming has a taste in this village. It is the taste of salt.
New home products aim to save space, sanity
February 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
Forget “be it ever so humble” or “where the heart is.” To hear one architect tell it, home is nothing more than a “warehouse for our stuff.”
Little sprouts
Day care provider cultivates children’s character outdoors
February 22, 2007 in print edition on D1
Life changes with the arrival of a little one. Suddenly your world revolves around this cooing, bright-eyed, helpless child that you’re assigned to protect and guide.
Law, Sloan lift A&M
Aggies attack rim, blow out Cowboys
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
With many of their offensive options taken away, Acie Law and Donald Sloan improvised to lead Texas A&M to victory.
Judge accepts soldier’s plea for rape, murder
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
A military judge on Wednesday approved a second U.S. soldier’s plea to the gang rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and the slaying of her family.
Clinton will be hard to beat, says political prognosticator
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
It’s not often that Sen. Hillary Clinton is compared to Richard Nixon. Yet, Charlie Cook, publisher of The Cook Political Report, an independent, nonpartisan newsletter, and a political prognosticator, said that Clinton’s campaign for the 2008 presidency will strongly resemble Nixon’s campaign in 1972 in terms of discipline, preparedness and rigor.
Coalition of the willing’ crumbling
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A9
President Bush’s “coalition of the willing,” long seen by much of the world as a shell for a largely U.S. operation in Iraq, is quickly becoming a coalition of the unwilling.
Firebird frontcourt ready to take over
Duo looks to step up for graduating guards
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
Picture a pitch-black gym during after-hours at Free State High. This is the scene in October, when most attention is on the gridiron for the eventual Kansas Class 6A state semifinalist Free State football team. After football practice, cars exit the parking lots, leaving the school vacant. Hear the pindrop yet?
Candidates Dever, Highberger differ on development issues, registry
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B4
Lawrence City Commission candidates Boog Highberger and Mike Dever were online Wednesday at ljworld.com to discuss campaign issues.
Lax protections
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
To the editor: When my family and I first moved into Old West Lawrence, some 10 years ago, our intent was to renovate our house. At that time an architect made us aware of the Historic Resources Commission.
Television titillation
Are American broadcasters just giving viewers what they want, or are we all the victims of dumbed-down programming?
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
Which came first? Couch potatoes who actively seek out “breaking news” of Anna Nicole Smith - or networks force-feeding voyeuristic drivel to America?
Farmers welcome wet winter
Storms replenish ponds and provide more moisture for crops
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A10
Sweeping out the garage is a drag. Avoiding potholes is aggravating. Parking alongside a pile of long-since-cleared snow - now a heap of soiled, black ice - at the grocery store is far from appetizing.
Bell optimistic about 2007 squad
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C8
There will be no tardy slips, no late arrivals, no visa hold-ups. All 59 players have shown up at the Kansas City Royals’ spring training camp.
Celebrations due
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
To the editor: Thank you, Mike Hoeflich, for your excellent column on Friday, Feb. 16. You have expressed in the best possible way what a great many citizens feel. You have spoken for us on true patriotism, civic virtue and American values.
Consensus grows on February primary
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
With growing agreement among legislators that Kansas ought to hold a presidential primary in early February 2008, a bill aimed at making it possible won first-round approval Wednesday in the Senate.
Wellsville girls outlast De Soto
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C8
The Wellsville High girls basketball team edged De Soto, 44-40, in a game originally scheduled for last week.
Cybertrail is lifelong journey
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
I suppose you could describe these two women as cybertrailblazers. But their cybertrails, alas, followed them from a checkered past, not to the glorious future. And the blaze they created was a bit more like a flameout.
Pump patrol
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Patrol seeks fuel deals
Military funding focus of Boyda tour
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Kansas National Guard leaders say they need more money for training, U.S. Rep. Nancy Boyda, D-Kansas, said Wednesday.
Two Pacer players charged for fight
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C6
Indiana Pacers guard Jamaal Tinsley and teammate Marquis Daniels were charged Wednesday in a Feb. 6 bar fight.
Value of art
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
To the editor: I was saddened by the letter by Betty Henderson in the Feb. 17 Public Forum.
KU receives grant to encourage recycling
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
Kansas University has received a $14,888 grant from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to promote workplace recycling.
Britney checks out of rehab (again)
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
Britney Spears left a live-in drug rehabilitation facility early Wednesday, less than a day after checking in, according to several reports.
KU baseball calls series after several delays
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C3
Wet field conditions forced Kansas University to cancel its baseball game against North Dakota State scheduled for 3 p.m. Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark. The game will not be made up.
Balancing needs, funds is a challenge
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
Probably the most difficult issue for any legislator is how to do what the voters want done for the amount of money the voters are willing to invest.
LMH board meeting briefs
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B4
¢ $6.9 million raised in capital campaign ¢ Progress reported on expansion project
Suicidism
Oddly, we seem to be developing our own special brand of “suicide killers.”
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
In a strange way, America may be developing its own particular brand of suicide criminals.
Mizzou starting to gel
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
He’s full of sly winks and smiles, shoulder shrugs and false gruffness the moment he hears even a hint of That Conversation. Mike Anderson huffs and he puffs and he blows down even the mere suggestion that there is something positively tantalizing out there in the near future for his Mizzou basketball team.
Nation’s primary system is out of control
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B6
When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced plans to hold an unusual Saturday session last week to vote on the House-passed resolution opposing President Bush’s plan to send more U.S. troops into Iraq, he disrupted the schedules of at least six of his colleagues who are running for president.
Violence against homeless on the rise, report says
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A4
Growing numbers of the nation’s homeless are falling victim to savage attacks by thrill-seeking teenagers, according to a report released Tuesday by a national advocacy group.
On the record
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
Testing issue
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B7
To the editor: My husband and I enjoyed reading your article about the Lawrence school district’s English as a Second Language program at Hillcrest School published Feb. 19.
Governors give support of Freedom Tower
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A3
The once-delayed, much-debated and redesigned Freedom Tower at Ground Zero got the full blessing Tuesday of New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine.
Mountain climbers urged to leave dogs at home
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A8
Despite the feel-good story of Velvet, the black Labrador mix who helped keep three Mount Hood climbers warm and alive, some experts say taking dogs up the mountain is a foolhardy practice that could do more harm than good.
Massachusetts Street house nominated to historic register
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B1
The big three-story, Queen Anne-style house at 1646 Mass. has been nominated for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places.
OSU honors Sutton
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C4
Eddie Sutton felt like his 368 coaching wins were his own way of repaying Oklahoma State for an athletic scholarship that years earlier had allowed him to get an education.
Liberal regains pancake race crown
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B4
A southwest Kansas high school student won the annual trans-Atlantic pancake race Tuesday, beating the winner of the English leg of the race by more than 10 seconds.
A triumphant homecoming
Fresh off Daytona win, Harvick ready to race in home state
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C10
Since his dramatic last-lap pass for victory in Sunday’s Daytona 500, Kevin Harvick has been caught up in a coast-to-coast media and promotional whirlwind that has had him just about every place but home.
Lawrence Datebook
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B2
February 22, 2007
Lawrence resident guilty of blackmail
Defendant wanted gifts in exchange for not revealing affair
February 22, 2007 in print edition on B3
A jury found a Lawrence woman guilty of one felony count of blackmail on Wednesday.
Bulldogs turn tables on Vanderbilt
Commodores fall to Mississippi State in first game since knocking off No. 1 Florida
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
Jamont Gordon is playing the best basketball of his career. It’s no coincidence Mississippi State has powered its way to the top of the Southeastern Conference’s Western Division during that stretch.
Kansas House defeats state minimum wage increase
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
The Kansas House on Wednesday rejected an attempt to increase the state minimum wage, which at $2.65 per hour is the lowest in the nation.
Lawmakers protest releases from reservoirs
Army Corps of Engineers expects drawdowns to continue this year
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
Federal officials who control Kansas dams said Wednesday that controversial releases from the reservoirs, including Lake Perry, likely will continue this year.
U.S. to investigate Iraqi woman’s rape claim
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A9
The U.S. military on Wednesday weighed into the politically explosive case of a Sunni woman allegedly raped last weekend by three Iraqi policemen, announcing its own investigation after the Shiite-run government dismissed her allegations as false.
Southern Baptists urged to confront sexual abuse
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
The victims’ advocates who dogged the Roman Catholic Church over sex abuse by its clergy have now turned their attention to the Southern Baptists, accusing America’s largest Protestant denomination of also failing to root out molesters.
City considers raising T fees, tightening para-transit rules
Budget concerns prompt possible changes
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
There are days when Joyce Rizzardi cries while waiting for one of the city’s public transit buses.
Keegan: Seniors should be proud
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
As the curtain came down on the home portion of a season that not long ago looked like a failure, the Kansas University women’s basketball players deserved to take a bow for a job well done.
Analysts see KU as No. 2
DeCourcy: Jayhawks can’t earn top seed
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
A lot can, and will, happen between now and March 11 - date of the NCAA Tournament Selection Sunday show on CBS.
Upset denied
KU pesky, but Paris sisters prevail
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C1
Courtney Paris is as difficult to move as the Eiffel Tower. Twin sister Ashley Paris is as hard to push as the Arc d’Triomphe.
Buckeyes maintain slim Big Ten lead
No. 3 Florida clinches SEC; No. 24 Virginia, No. 25 Alabama fall victim to upset bug
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C5
Jamar Butler scored 18 points, and Greg Oden had 17 points and 14 rebounds to help No. 2 Ohio State beat Penn State for the second time in eight days, 68-60 on Wednesday night.
Sun goes down permanently on ‘The O.C.’
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A2
After a quick four seasons, “The O.C.” (8 p.m., Fox) airs its final episode tonight. I do not pretend that I have faithfully followed every nuance of the show since its debut in late summer 2003, when it quickly became a pop culture phenomenon.
Sigo’ cards allow immigrants to use ATMs, pay bills online
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A7
Jose Manuel Aparicio had come up with all kinds of clever ways to stash his construction job wages: He slipped bills in between pages of books hidden in his bedroom closet and stuffed money into an old sock in his laundry - places thieves weren’t likely to look.
Our town sports
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C8
Royals sign eight players
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C8
Catcher John Buck, who hit .245 with 11 home runs and 50 RBIs last season, was among eight players to sign one-year contracts Wednesday with the Kansas City Royals.
Baseball’s costs get lost in Wrigley ivy
February 22, 2007 in print edition on C2
Ah, the rites of spring. Pitchers, catchers and Parthenocissus tricuspidata are reporting to camp.
KU enrollment takes slight dip
Nursing school up almost 6 percent
February 22, 2007 in print edition on A1
The big schools got smaller, and the small schools got bigger.