Dave Blaney is in 20th place in the Winston Cup points standings.
Dave Blaney has posted two top-10 finishes in his first season
driving the No. 77 Ford for Jasper Motorsports. He has earned
$1,725,380 this year.
Phillip Prince, left, fires from the sand bunker on to the seventh
green as Stephan Ames, right, watches. The two were preparing
Wednesday for the PGA Championship, which begins today at Hazeltine
National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn.
Toronto's Shannon Stewart slides safely into third base as the ball
gets past Oakland's Eric Chavez. The A's won, 4-2, Wednesday at
Atlanta's John Smoltz reacts after San Francisco's Rich Aurilia
grounded into a double play in the eighth inning. Smoltz earned his
42nd save Wednesday in the Braves' 1-0 victory at Atlanta.
Zach Dyer participates in a recent practice. Dyer was listed as the
No. 1 QB on the depth chart updated Wednesday. Dyer shared the top
spot with Whittemore after spring ball.
Kansas quarterback Bill Whittemore participates in a recent
practice. Whittemore shared the top spot with Dyer after spring
The T transit driver Cameron McCormick, seated in his Route No. 5
bus, waits for riders behind the JC Penney store, 3311 Iowa.
Although nobody needed protection from rain or snow Wednesday at
the bus stop, 15 new bus shelters throughout the city are expected
to fill up with users when weather worsens and passenger count
Marwan Barghouti, the West Bank chief of Yasser Arafat's Fatah
movement, shouts as he is pushed out of the courtroom on the
opening day of his court case at Tel Aviv's District Court.
Barghouti is charged by the Israeli authorities with murder,
attempted murder and involvment with terrorists organizations.
Israel said he was the key figure in organizing attacks by members
of a Fatah-affiliated militia.
Lawrence High School sophomore Jenesha Jones, left, gets a
first-day-of-school hug from her friend and former schoolmate Janae
Colter during a sophomore picnic at LHS. Colter, who will be a
seventh-grader at South Junior High School, stopped by LHS
Wednesday to hug her sophomore friends whom she will no longer have
Radio City Rockettes have lost their claim to job guarantees, and
current dancers will have to audition to reclaim their place in the
Judy Spreckels, a former close friend of Elvis Presley, shows a
portrait of Presley she drew in 1956, as she reflects on her
relationship with him. Spreckels says she was like the sister that
he never had, the companion, confidante and keeper of secrets in
the youthful, exciting days of his early career.
Les Bock, executive director of the Idaho Human Rights Education
Center, stands next to a bronze statue of Anne Frank in the new
Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise. The new memorial is to
be dedicated Friday.
Two nuns brave the drizzle to survey the area in Krakow, Poland,
where Pope John Paul II will say Mass before 2 million faithful
during a four-day trip to his homeland. Workers in the background
put finishing touches on the papal altar on Wednesday.
A dog in Prague, Czech Republic, looks over a segment of an
emergency flood wall erected on the Vltava River's embankment. The
river flooded more historical sites and residential areas on
Wednesday in the Czech capital.
The Zwinger Castle in Dresden, Germany, is flooded with water from
the Elbe River. The castle holds a collection of Renaissance
Carr shows a new position to her students. From left are Schrodt,
Holly Krebs, Todd Wyant and Deborah Gerner.
Jill Krebs demonstrates a yoga pose during class at Yoga Center of
Yoga students Holly Krebs, left, Phil Schrodt, center, and Steven
Maynard-Moody stretch before class.
Yoga students emulate poses from instructor Margaret Carr, left,
co-director at Yoga Center of Lawrence, 920 Mass.
Cabela's opens its 188,000-square-foot store today near the
intersection of Interstates 70 and 435 in Kansas City, Kan.. Jeff
Mercer and Sally Lunsford, employees of the Kansas Department of
Commerce and Housing, look at an African exhibit during a tour of
the retail store Wednesday. Cabela's officials say they hope the
store becomes Kansas' top tourist attraction.