San Francisco pitcher Juan Marichal (27) swings a bat at Dodgers
catcher John Roseboro as Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax, right, tries
to break up the fight. The melee which started when Marichal
apparently felt Roseboro had returned a pitch too close to
Marichal's head came in the third inning of the game on Aug. 22,
1965, in San Francisco.
San Diego's Bubba Trammel shields his face while running to first
base as Montreal's Wil Cordero leaps but fails to catch the ball.
The Expos won, 4-0, on Monday in what could be their last game ever
in Montreal if the players go on strike on Aug. 30 and the team is
contracted or relocated.
Kansas City starting pitcher Paul Byrd delivers. The Royals fell to
the Blue Jays, 2-0, on Monday in Toronto.
Lawrence High football coach Dirk Wedd watches his Lions run.
Monday was the first day of practice for high school fall sports.
Free State coach Bob Lisher started preseason practices with their
respective teams on Monday. The high school season begins Sept. 6.
Lawrence High football coach Dirk Wedd started preseason practices
on Monday. The high school season begins Sept. 6.
Schoolgirls from the Aino Alli English Language and Computer School
in Kandahar, Afghanistan, wait to take their turn during a
children's parade at the Kandahar stadium. Kandahar, a former
Taliban stronghold, is celebrating Independence Day for the first
time in more than two decades.
Outreach Specialist Chrissie Brodigan, left, managing director Tom
Scheinfelt, center, and research associate Jim Safley are working
on the September 11th Digital Archive project at George Mason
University in Fairfax, Va. Scholars in Virginia and New York are at
work compiling e-mails, photographs and video images as part of a
virtual library of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Pedestrians pass in front of the entrance to the Millennium Hilton
Hotel in New York. The hotel, which faces the World Trade Center
site, was heavily damaged in the attacks of Sept. 11 and remains
closed. Economists estimate the attack cost the city economy more
than $80 billion and some 97,500 jobs.
Investigators from the Mississippi Crime Lab, from left, Steve
Chancellor, Jackie Johnson and Jon Byrd, examine bullet holes at a
house in Friars Point, Miss. The house was the site of a bloody
shootout Sunday between police and Patrick Harper, a suspect in a
Friday shooting. Five law enforcement officers were wounded.
This view from from undated video showing Osama bin Laden, with a
detail of bodyguards, is part of a cache of videotapes that CNN
acquired in Afghanistan that purport to show al-Qaida terror
training, bomb-making and poison gas experiments.
Members of the Iraqi National Assembly raise their hands to vote in
Baghdad. The 250-member assembly on Monday unanimously endorsed the
nomination of President Saddam Hussein for another seven-year term.
Dr. Harold Koplewicz is founder of the New York University Child
Study Center in New York. He will advise NBC News on how
anniversary coverage of the Sept. 11 terror attacks may affect
U.S. security experts fear that terrorists may target nuclear waste
stored at reactors throughout the country. Plant official Robert
Hovey stands outside the Dresden reactor near Joliet, Ill., where
about 15,000 tons of waste are stored.
Preliminary enrollment numbers for the Lawrence school district
show a decline of 182 students, which may mean a loss of $800,000
in state aid. Enrollment was down 46 students at Schwegler School,
where Lynn Beets, a second-grade teacher, helped Nathaniel
Reynolds, 7, with some reading Monday morning.
Baby Jay makes his first appearance to incoming freshmen and new
students during Traditions Night at Memorial Stadium. New students
were welcomed while learning the traditions of Kansas University on
Kansas university students line up to enroll for fall semester
classes at Strong Hall. More than 600 KU students had to wait a bit
longer than usual for their turn to enroll Monday because of
computer problems that started Sunday.
Lawrence's second Applebee's Grill & Bar, under construction at
3900 W. Sixth St., is scheduled to open in October. Work also has
begun on a new 25,000-square-foot shopping center that will be just
east of the Hy-Vee Food and Drug Store, shown in the background.
Sloan turns her camera lens on a judo class at Goryogadai High
School during the visit to Hiratsuka, Japan.
Morley captures the colorful beauty of a classical Japanese statue
at Enoshima Island in Japan in this photograph.
Tara Sloan, left, Free State High School senior, and Jackson
Morley, Kansas University freshman, have color photographs from
their recent trip to Hiratsuka, Japan, on display at the Lawrence
Public Library. Sloan and Morley visited Japan through Lawrence's
sister cities exchange. Sloan's photo is of decorations during
Hiratsuka's annual Tanabata festival, and Morley's photo is a slow
exposure using a zoom technique of a street sign at night.