Texas' Michael Hollimon (14) is greeted by teammates Ruben Gonzalez
(45) and Eric Sultemeier, second from right, after Hollimon's home
run. The Longhorns won their College World Series elimination game
Tuesday against Miami, 5-1, in Omaha, Neb.
Sammy Sosa speaks at a news conference prior to serving the final
game of a seven-game suspension for using a corked bat. Sosa spoke
Tuesday in Cincinnati.
New York's David Wells delivers against Tampa Bay. Wells pitched
New York to a 10-2 victory, giving the Yankees a split of their
doubleheader with the Devil Rays Tuesday in New York. Tampa Bay won
the opener, 11-2.
Renegades baserunner Kyle McManness, left, avoids a tag by Wichita
Gators' Chad Morrison. The Renegades beat the Gators, 11-8 and
14-8, Tuesday in Eudora.
Serena Williams, left, holds her trophy after defeating her sister,
Venus, right, in the 2002 Wimbledon final. The sisters were placed
on opposite sides of the draw Tuesday for the 2003 event in
Tiger Woods waves to the gallery after putting during the second
round of the U.S. Open. Turns out the Olympia Fields Country Club
course wasn't the pushover last week in Olympia Fields, Ill., that
everyone made it out to be.
San Antonio center David Robinson faces a group of reporters at the
team's practice facility. Robinson, who announced his retirement
before the season, met with the media Tuesday in San Antonio.
Indy Racing League driver Gil de Ferran, who won the Indianapolis
500 earlier this season, speaks with members of the media. De
Ferran was in Kansas for time trials Tuesday at Kansas Speedway in
Kansas City, Kan.
Indy Racing League driver Scott Dixon answers questions following
practice at the Kansas Speedway in Kansas City Kan.
Indy Racing League driver Scott Dixon stops in pit row during
practice at the Kansas Speedway Tuesday.
Indy Racing League driver Tony Kanaan horses around for a TV crew.
A handful of racers tested cars Tuesday at Kansas Speedway in
Kansas City, Kan.
Former Kansas University guard Kirk Hinrich talks to reporters.
Hinrich spoke at KU coach Bill Self's basketball camp Tuesday at
Former Kansas University basketball standout Kirk Hinrich, center,
and KU junior-to-be Aaron Miles shoot around for a slew of
captivated campers. Hinrich spoke to the youths Tuesday at coach
Bill Self's basketball camp at Horejsi Center.
Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire, right, is ejected from the game
by umpire Larry Poncino in the sixth inning. The Royals beat the
Twins, 14-7, Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo.
Kajsa Mullenix, 11, is being rewarded with a trip to Disneyland for
her love of reading, academic excellence and volunteerism.
Mullenix's family will travel to Los Angeles in July for five days
Holocaust survivor Eva Edmands hid with her family during World War
II in a rectory, where they were cared for by a French priest,
L'abbe Claudius Longeray, shown in the photograph. Edmands now
lives in Lawrence. On Thursday, Alan Berger, a Holocaust scholar,
will speak at the Lawrence Jewish Community Center about the
experience of "hidden children" like Edmands.
A proposed Korean War Memorial at Kansas University would be
located along the north side of Memorial Drive, overlooking Potter
Lake. The drive already has memorials to three other conflicts in
which the United States fought in the 20th century: World War I,
World War II and Vietnam.
Dora, left, gets a hug from Boots in this frame from Nickelodeon's
animated cartoon "Dora the Explorer." The show featuring the
7-year-old bilingual adventurer airs at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. daily on
Nickelodeon, Sunflower Broadband Channel 37.
A U.S. soldier from the 1st Armored Division 1st Brigade points his
rifle at Iraqis during a raid Tuesday.
Samantha Romero, 12, rehearses for her performance at St. John the
Evangelist Catholic Church's 22nd Annual Fiesta Mexicana. She is a
member of St. John's Fiesta Dancers. The group will perform at 7
p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Pamara True, left, joins Peter Schoeff on a downtown sidewalk in
Portland, Ore. In what advertising industry watchers said is a
first, a Portland pizza company, Pizza Schmizza, has hired homeless
people to take part in a marketing campaign. They are paid in
pizza, soda and a few dollars.
Workers for stained glass overlay, of Roseville, Minn., climb a
scaffold at the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas University to
install panels of glass that create a 36-foot-high American flag.
Installation of the window was completed Tuesday.
Workmen for Stained Glass Overlay, of Roseville, Minn., place the
final panes of a stained-glass American flag, believed to be the
largest in the world, in the Dole Institute of Politics at Kansas
University. The 36-foot-high, 1-ton window was completed Tuesday.
Bayley Goscha, 6, left, and Courtney Caldwell, 5, smile for the camera after their dance recital last month at the Lied Center. The girls take dance and tumbling classes at Dance Gallery. They will be first-graders at St. John's School. Bayley is the daughter of Rick and Shelly Goscha and Courtney is the daughter of Joe and Michele Caldwell. All are of Lawrence. Michele Caldwell submitted the photo.
A National Division of Forestry fire official, at right, races up Voltaire Canyon to scout a wildfire near Carson City, Nev. The 300-acre wildfire on Tuesday closed the highway to Lake Tahoe before firefighters began bringing it under control. There were no immediate reports of injuries or property damage. Also Tuesday, a prescribed burn in Arizona raged out of control, forcing the evacuation of 15 homes near Cherry.
Ferrell Construction worker Lonnie White, of Topeka, smooths concrete outside the new engineering building at Kansas University. White worked Tuesday at the yet-unnamed building.