A: Oh, lots of things. Probably the one thing, and this will come out in the speech, is we almost came part of the University of Maryland in 1914. The story goes that... the University of Maryland, border regions and so forth, had formed over the long haul from a number of professional schools in Baltimore. But there was no undergraduate college in the university system — it was strictly the law school, the dental school and so forth. It was only graduate schools, so in 1914 they decided that if they were going to be a university that they ought to have a college that will serve the citizens of Maryland at the undergraduate level. They literally went around talking to the relatively few liberal arts schools that were around the state — Washington College, St. John's College... some other ones like that and each one turned them down. They came to our board of trustees and they said, 'Well, maybe we'll think about it'... it didn't work for a couple of reasons.