Kansas running back Dan Coke (28) tries to elude the Bears' Rod
Pickett. Coke had 21 carries for 44 yards on Saturday at Memorial
KU's Harold McClendon, left, leaves Southwest Missouri State's
Derrick Armstrong behind.
Kansas' Algie Atkinson (98) and Jake Letourneau (39) lead a
gang-tackle of SMS' Steve Ennis.
Chicago's Sammy Sosa, left, accepts congratulatios from teammate
Eric Young after hitting a two-run home run against Atlanta. The
Cubs defeated the Braves, 5-3, Saturday in Atlanta.
Yankees pitcher Orlando Hernandez fields a ball hit by Boston's
Mike Lansing. Hernandez recorded his first victory of the season
when the Yankees defeated the Red Sox, 2-1, Saturday in Boston.
LAWRENCE HIGH SENIOR CHRIS JOHNSON, LEFT, tries to elude Shawnee
Mission East defensive back Morgan Martin on Saturday at SM South
District Stadium. The Lions defeated the Lancers, 6-0.
Lawrence High's Brandon McAnderson looks for running room.
McAnderson's 56-yard TD run was the lone score in the Lions' 6-0
victory over SM East on Saturday in Overland Park.
Kansas' ANdrew Davison (24) beats the Bears' Jay Steinbroner to the
ball for KU's only interception.
An inflatable Jayhawk, above, looks out over an estimated 37,500
fans who attended Saturday's game at Memorial Stadium.
Kansas quarterback Zach Dyer (13) follows a block. Making his first
career start, Dyer rushed for 41 yards and completed 19 of 29
passes for 231 yards in the Jayhawks' 24-10 victory over Southwest
Missouri State on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Kansas receiver Harrison Hill, left, brushes off SMS cornerback
Carlos Banks after a first-half reception. The Jayhawks opened the
season with a 24-10 victory over the Bears on Saturday at Memorial
KANSAS TAILGATERS Don Murphy, left, of Lawrence, and Chuck Shrader,
Wichita, discuss college football over beers and barbecue before
kickoff outside Memorial Stadium. Saturday was the first day in a
decade that Kansas University permitted alcohol at restricted
locations for pre-game celebration. The rule change is expected to
Perched on a rock pile, Logan Azevedo, 9, left, and Dylan
Robertson, 10, explore the nooks and crannies of Clinton Lake's
terrain. The two boys soaked up some of the last official rays of
summer Saturday at Clinton Lake.
TATTOO ARTIST Dave Williams, left, works on Britton Nevans' tattoo
at Skin Illustrations, 740 Mass. Nevans, a Kansas University
junior, and other students provide a significant amount of business
for Lawrence tattoo artists.
Logan Pass on Going-to-the-sun road is an Alpine oasis in the heart
of Glacier National Park. The pass is one of the best spots for
viewing the plush wildflowers that blanket the slopes from late
spring to mid-August.
Lake McDonald near Apgar Village is a shimmering expanse of blue
nestled among glacial peaks. McDonald and St. Mary lakes are on
opposite ends of Going-to-the-Sun Road. Between them lay myriad
smaller lakes and countless waterfalls of all dimensions.
The lush growth around Glacier National Park's Logan Pass provides
a feast for the eyes and food for all sorts of wildlife.
David schmidtlein holds a couple of channel catfish he caught and
released at Melvern Lake.
"Leaders of Nations" by Marcus Cadman
Artwork at the 2001 Lawrence Indian Arts Show ranges from intricate
silver jewelry to traditional masks. Show judges Mateo Romero,
left, and Kathleen Ash-Milby were impressed by the diversity of
works. The 13th annual show starts Saturday at Kansas University's
Museum of Anthropology.