Tom Watson chips to the sixth green during the second round of the
U.S. Open. Watson was four shots off the lead after Friday's second
round at Olympia Fields, Ill.
New York's Roger Clemens waves to the crowd after claiming his
300th career victory. The Yankees defeated St. Louis, 5-2, Friday
night in New York. Clemens also became just the third pitcher to
record 4,000 career strikeouts.
New York's Roger Clemens delivers against St. Louis. Clemens won
his 300th game Friday at New York and became just the third pitcher
in major league history to record 4,000 strikeouts.
Richard Jefferson reacts to a call in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The
Nets lost to San Antonio, 93-82, Friday in East Rutherford, N.J.
Kansas City's Michael Tucker (24) is congratulated by Carlos
Beltran after hitting a two-run homer. The Royals beat the Giants
Friday night at Kansas City, Mo.
These four Honeywell Inc. employees celebrate 30 years of
employment with the company. They were hired when the company was
still called King Radio, which changed to Bendix/King, then to
Allied Signal until its current name. From left are Dale Richling,
Esther Mitchell, Doug Hinrichsen and Dale DeJarnette. All are of
Lawrence, except Hinrichsen, who lives in Lecompton. The photo was
submitted by Margie Hinrichsen.
Lawrence sculptor Jim Brothers, shown in this file photo in his
studio, will have a couple of models of his work on exhibit during
the dedication of the Dole Institute of Politics, July 20-22.
Doug Nickel, Lawrence, cools off with a drink while playing his
guitar in the entry way of Z's Divine Espresso. Nickel strummed in
humid, 80-degree weather Friday in downtown Lawrence. Today's high
is expected to be 83.
San Antonio players Manu Ginobili (20) and Tim Duncan (21) meet
Steve Kerr as he celebrates. The Spurs won Game 5 of the NBA
Finals, 93-83, Friday in East Rutherford, N.J. San Antonio leads
the best-of-seven series 3-2.
Marlins catcher Ivan Rodriguez acknowledges cheers from fans at The
Ballpark in Arlington. Rodriguez returned to Texas for the first
time as a member of the Marlins. Rodriguez played for the Rangers
from 1991 until he joined Florida prior to this season. The Marlins
blanked the Rangers, 8-0, Friday night in Arlington, Texas.
A group of Lawrence residents is pushing for the City Commission
not to cooperate with the Patriot Act, which they hope would send
Washington a message. Some of the Lawrence Bill of Rights Defense
Committee members are, from left, Chris Hayden, Rich Wenzel, Don
Phipps (kneeling), Clark Coan and Cheryl Roth.
Damien Lewis, 22, sits in his sentencing hearing where he recieved
a 158 year sentence for the double murder of George "Pete" Wallace
and Wyona Chandlee on July 11 2002.
Damien Lewis, 22, right, listens to the family of victims in the
double murder of George "Pete" Wallace and Wyona Chandlee on July
11 2002. Lewis' attorney Kirk Redmond is at his left.
Damien C. Lewis, 22, is led away from his sentencing hearing, where
he received a 158-year sentence for the double murder of Pete
Wallace and Wyona Chandlee on July 11, 2002.
Mormon crickets make their way across Spring Valley Parkway in
Spring Creek, Nev. Swarms of Mormon crickets are marching across
the West, destroying rangeland and crops, leaving highways slick
with their carcasses and disgusting residents.
Investigators dig in a Pennsylvania yard where at least five bodies
have been unearthed since last week. The property is owned by Hugo
Selenski, who has been jailed since the corpses were discovered.
The 600-square-foot brightly illuminated U.S. flag flying outside
Heritage Baptist Church, 1604 E. 1100 Road, is causing a stir among
church neighbors, some of whom say the lights are a nuisance. The
church has no intention of giving up the display. "As far as I'm
concerned, the people complaining are un-American," said Rev. Scott
Hanks, right, pastor at the church.
Rich Minder and his children, Sophia, 5, and Joseph, 3, participate
in an outdoor service at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church. The
contemporary and casual nature of services at St. Margaret's has
been cited for the congregation's rapid growth in recent years.
The Rev. Darrel Proffitt blesses Karen Tippett's daughter,
Jacqueline, 3 months, during Communion at St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church, 5700 W. Sixth St.
The Rev. Darrel Proffitt leads Communion during an outdoor service
Sunday at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church. According to a survey,
St. Margaret's is the second fastest-growing Episcopal parish in
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church members Jeanne Williams, Ann Haley,
Judith deChamplain and Kirsten Irons sing "Old Time Religion" at an
outdoor service. St. Margaret's averages approximately 500
parishioners at its four Sunday services.