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February 15, 2003

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Dan and Jill Blomgren, Lawrence, left, and their friends Kristine
and Jason Townsend, Leawood, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The Kansas
University fund-raiser was Feb. 7 at the Overland Park Convention
Center and Sheraton Hotel.

Dan and Jill Blomgren, Lawrence, left, and their friends Kristine and Jason Townsend, Leawood, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The Kansas University fund-raiser was Feb. 7 at the Overland Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel.

Pictured, from left, are Rob and Amy Cleavinger, Baldwin; Kansas
University Chancellor Robert Hemenway, Lawrence; and Katie and Dave
Barber, Overland Park; during the Rock Chalk Ball. The fund-raiser
was presented by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the KU Alumni
Association.

Pictured, from left, are Rob and Amy Cleavinger, Baldwin; Kansas University Chancellor Robert Hemenway, Lawrence; and Katie and Dave Barber, Overland Park; during the Rock Chalk Ball. The fund-raiser was presented by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the KU Alumni Association.

Pictured during Rock Chalk Ball 2003 are, from left, Dale
Seuferling, president of the Kansas University Endowment
Association; his wife, Marianne Seuferling; Linda Williams and her
husband, Fred Williams, president of the Kansas University Alumni
Association. The event featured cocktails, a silent and live
auction, Scholars Salute, dinner and dancing.

Pictured during Rock Chalk Ball 2003 are, from left, Dale Seuferling, president of the Kansas University Endowment Association; his wife, Marianne Seuferling; Linda Williams and her husband, Fred Williams, president of the Kansas University Alumni Association. The event featured cocktails, a silent and live auction, Scholars Salute, dinner and dancing.

Bradley Kemp, assistant director of the Kansas University Museum of
Natural History, and Marilyn Nichols, instructor at Haskell Indian
Nations University, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The theme for this
year's event was Jayhawk Fever. The dance featured the groovy tunes
of Disco Dick.

Bradley Kemp, assistant director of the Kansas University Museum of Natural History, and Marilyn Nichols, instructor at Haskell Indian Nations University, attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The theme for this year's event was Jayhawk Fever. The dance featured the groovy tunes of Disco Dick.

Kansas University National Merit scholars, from left, junior Joe
Aaker, Spearfish, S.D.; senior Chris Kaiser, Overland Park; and
senior Jon Bauer, Rogers, Ark., attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The
Feb. 7 event raised money to recruit and retain National Merit
Scholars at KU.

Kansas University National Merit scholars, from left, junior Joe Aaker, Spearfish, S.D.; senior Chris Kaiser, Overland Park; and senior Jon Bauer, Rogers, Ark., attend the Rock Chalk Ball. The Feb. 7 event raised money to recruit and retain National Merit Scholars at KU.

From left are Lawrence City Commissioner Jim Henry and his wife,
Kay Henry, retiring senior vice president of the Kansas University
Alumni Association, and Sandy Wellman and her husband, Mike
Wellman, director of Internet services at the Alumni Association.
The couples attended the Rock Chalk Ball Feb. 7 at the Overland
Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel.

From left are Lawrence City Commissioner Jim Henry and his wife, Kay Henry, retiring senior vice president of the Kansas University Alumni Association, and Sandy Wellman and her husband, Mike Wellman, director of Internet services at the Alumni Association. The couples attended the Rock Chalk Ball Feb. 7 at the Overland Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel.

Susan Younger, art director for the Kansas University Alumni
Association, and her husband, Jerry Younger, a metro engineer for
the Kansas Department of Transportation, are pictured during the
Rock Chalk Ball. The Youngers live in Lawrence.

Susan Younger, art director for the Kansas University Alumni Association, and her husband, Jerry Younger, a metro engineer for the Kansas Department of Transportation, are pictured during the Rock Chalk Ball. The Youngers live in Lawrence.

From left, Kansas University Medical Center Executive Vice
Chancellor Don Hagen and his wife, Karen, join KU Chancellor Robert
Hemenway and his wife, Leah, and Sherry Bohl and her husband, KU
athletic director Al Bohl, at the 2003 Rock Chalk Ball at the
Overland Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel. The black-tie
event, which was Feb. 7, raised money to recruit and retain
National Merit Scholars at Kansas University.

From left, Kansas University Medical Center Executive Vice Chancellor Don Hagen and his wife, Karen, join KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway and his wife, Leah, and Sherry Bohl and her husband, KU athletic director Al Bohl, at the 2003 Rock Chalk Ball at the Overland Park Convention Center and Sheraton Hotel. The black-tie event, which was Feb. 7, raised money to recruit and retain National Merit Scholars at Kansas University.

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