LPGA golfer Annika Sorenstam refuses a club offered by Greg Norman,
right, as Raymond Floyd, left, watches during practice for the 2002
Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. Sorenstam said Thursday she
might consider playing in more PGA Tour events depending on how she
does at the Colonial.
Anguish is displayed on Tiger Woods' face after his tee shot sailed
over the green on the par-3 third hole of the North Course at
Torrey Pines. Woods was 1 under when play was suspended Thursday
during the opening round of the Buick Invitational in San Diego.
Orlando's Tracy McGrady sinks two of his 35 points. The Pistons
beat the Magic, 98-88, Thursday in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Tennessee State athletic director Teresa Phillips coaches the men's
basketball team against Austin Peay. Phillips broke the gender
barrier -- becoming the first woman to coach a Division One men's
team -- Thursday in Clarksville, Tenn.
Wake Forest's Jamaal Levy reacts after a dunk during Wake Forest's
94-80 double-overtime victory over Duke. Wake won Thursday in
Eudora High's Kyle Brouhard, bottom, struggles to avoid being
pinned by Paola's Aaron Edwards. Brouhard eventually lost the
119-pound match during Thursday's double dual at EHS.
Free State high's Kirby Beneventi, left, and Jayme Lisher, right,
try to take the ball away from Shawnee Mission East's Jamie Miller.
The two teams combined for 58 turnovers in the Lancers' 41-36
victory Thursday night at the FSHS gym.
Kansas University coach Roy Williams, left, and UCLA's Steve Lavin
chat before their Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic game to open the
2000-2001 season. Lavin is expected to be fired at the end of this
season, and there is speculation the Bruins might make a run at
Williams to fill the vacancy.
Jan Hartzler, in striped sweater, Shawnee, displays the Jayhawks
quilt she made for her parents, Bill and Carolie Hougland of
Lawrence. Bill Hougland played basketball for Kansas University,
and 10 members of the family have attended KU, including all five
of Bill and Carolie's children. The quilt, which is made of
T-shirts and digital pictures printed on cloth, was a Christmas
present. Carolie Hougland submitted the picture.
The Douglas County Treasurer's office in Baldwin, which is the
latest victim of the county's budget cuts, closes today after
processing more than 6,000 transactions last year.
Kansas University basketball coach Roy Williams and his wife,
Wanda, join Bob Billings during a January 2002 event to honor
Billings and his many contributions to KU. The event was at KU's
Adams Alumni Center.
President Bush addresses a group of sailors and their families
during a visit to Mayport Naval Station near Jacksonville, Fla.
President Bush thanked them Thursday for their sacrifices and the
continuing effort with the global war on terror.
Hans Blix, United Nations chief weapons inspector, works Thursday
in his office at the U.N. headquarters in New York, a day before he
presents his latest assessment of Iraq's cooperation to members of
the U.N. Security Council.
Standing behind Nelson and Judy Krueger's Lawrence home in 1987,
Bob Billings discusses the Alvamar Golf Course and talks about
plans for the future. Alvamar developer Billings died Thursday at
his Lawrence home after an illness.
After a worship service at the Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel
at Baker University, Baker President Daniel Lambert, left, awards
the Rev. John Holbert, right, with the University Trustee Medallion
as the Rev. Ira DeSpain applauds from above. Baker celebrated its
145 anniversary on Thursday in Baldwin.
Past and present Lawrence High band directors, from left, Jay Smith
(1988-99), Mike Jones (current), Vic Sisk, (1984-88), Ed Bartley
(1970-84), Lindsey Williams (1999-01) and Darrell Cox (current
The Lawrence High School Concert Band performs "A Festive
Celebration" conducted by Darren Jenkins, assistant band director.
The LHS Concert Band, Symphonic Band and a special Alumni Band
performed the 80th anniversary concert Thursday evening at LHS.
Lindy Paull, chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation,
testifies during a hearing of the Senate Finance Committee to
discuss its Enron investigation report. Failed Enron Corp. used
schemes of dizzying complexity to shrink its tax payments, inflate
its income and overwhelm the IRS even as it paid its executives
lavishly and manipulated the tax laws, a congressional panel found
in an investigation made public Thursday.
Jennifer Garner, left, and Ben Affleck do battle in "Daredevil."
The Donnas members Allison Robertson, left, Brett Anderson, Torry
Castellano and Maya Ford just released their major-label debut,
"Spend the Night."