In the 1980s, private colleges priced themselves out of...

On the other hand

August 25, 1993|By DAN BERGER

In the 1980s, private colleges priced themselves out of the market for most American students. This is the 1990s. It's the state colleges' turn.

The Os could always trade Camden Yards for a couple of real pitchers.

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