Scott Pollard showed up in drag to Late Night and proposed to his girlfriend, Mindy Camp, in 1996.
Kansas women players Jaclyn Johnson, left, Selena Scott and Brooke
Reves participated in a skit during the 2000 Late Night.
'James Naismith' made an appearance at the 1998 Late Night named in
Jeff Carey had his hair clipped by Kenny Gregory, left, Eric
Chenowith, center, and Luke Axtell at the 2000 Late Night.
John Crider, left, Jeff Boschee, middle, and Terry Nooner
lipsynched a "Village People" number in a musical endeavor at Late
Scott Pollard showed up in drag to Late Night -- and he proposed to
his girlfriend, Mindy Camp, in 1996.
Bewigged former Kansas standout Kenny Gregory boogies with the
Crimson Girls during a Late Night extravaganza.
Back in 2001, KU's freshmen serenaded their mothers while
pretending to be the Jackson Five.
KU newcomer Russell Robinson glides for a layup during the
Jayhawks' trip to Canada.
Bonnie Henrickson makes a point during her summer camp. Henrickson
was hired last spring to replace veteran Marian Washington as KU's
Rep. Dennis Moore, left, provides answers to questions during an
online chat with voters at the News Center, the offices of the
Journal-World, World Online and 6News. Accompanying Moore Monday
are Moore intern Laurie Dale Marshall, center, and Christie
Appelhanz, Moore's campaign press secretary.
2nd Congressional District Democratic Candidate Nancy Boyda
participates in an online chat Monday at the Lawrence Journal World
News Center. Boyda answered questions from the public during the
online chat Monday.
Mount St. Helens erupts with steam and ash Sunday near Coldwater
Ridge Visitor Center, Mount St. Helens, Wa.
People stand in line for flu shots Saturday at Memorial Medical
Center in Las Cruces, N.M. Health officials warned of shortages
last Tuesday after one of the two companies that supply most of the
nation's flu inoculations said it couldn't provide any. Drug
companies have pulled out of flu vaccine production because it's
not very profitable and it's financially risky, health experts
Magdie Muse, left, an usher at the New Friendship Missionary
Baptist Church, takes a moment during prayer along with usher Mary
F. Taylor, foreground, Sunday in Chicago. Herbert Walters, who was
an usher at the church for 40 years, was the driver who died in a
tour bus crash early Saturday near Marion, Ark., that left 14 dead.
Kristen Ferrell, body jewelry manager at Third Planet, 2 E. Ninth
St., straightens an anti-Bush T-shirt. The store sells anti-Bush
materials on everything from playing cards to posters to T-shirts.
Ferrell arranged the display Thursday.
Anti-Bush playing cards and postcards are among the political items
for sale at the Third Planet, 2 E. Ninth St. The store's offerings
are limited to anti-Republican inventory.
Willie Moore ponders his next move while playing chess at 10th and
Massachusetts streets. The group of chess players has been ordered
by the Lawrence Police to quit playing games on the ground,
limiting the number of games the group can play at once.
Lawrence Police officers give Sherman "Sly" Talbert a warning about
blocking the sidewalk with chess boards. Players now must confine
their games to a bench at the corner of 10th and Massachusetts
Willie Moore celebrates his win over Mike Gabb, of Lawrence, as
Jeffery Clark, top, and Sherman "Sly" Talbert, bottom right, watch
at the southwest corner of 10th and Massachusetts streets. Willie
and Sly honed their chess skills while serving time together at
Lansing State Prison.
Bill Heeter displays the lawn equipment he received for free at his
home in Grain Valley, Mo. Heeter got the equipment through a Kansas
City freecycling group after giving away more than 1,000 books
through the same group.
Joe Nemechek and his car undergo changes at a pit stop during the
Banquet 400. Nemechek won the NASCAR Nextel Cup race Sunday in
Kansas City, Kan.
NASCAR Nextel Cup driver Joe Nemechek, top, edges Ricky Rudd on the
final lap to win the Banquet 400. Nemechek, who also won Saturday's
Busch Series race at Kansas Speedway, won again at the track Sunday
in Kansas City, Kan.
Lawrence High tennis coach Dick Wedel, right, helps junior Emily
Thompson use a device Wedel invented to improve serve technique.
During Wedel's 35 years of coaching, he has produced homemade,
unorthodox teaching tools to help Lion tennis players improve.
New England safety Rodney Harrison (37) celebrates a third-quarter
sack of Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Fiedler in New England's
24-10 victory. The win Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro,
Mass., was the Patriots' NFL-record 19th straight.
Connecticut's Lindsay Whalen, left, tries to brush past Seattle's
Betty Lennox in the Storm's 67-65 victory. Lennox had 27 points in
the game Sunday in Seattle, helping the Storm force a decisive Game
3 in the WNBA Finals.
St. Louis first baseman Albert Pujols swats a three-run home run in
the fourth inning against Los Angeles. The Cardinals beat the
Dodgers, 6-2, Sunday in Los Angeles.
A visitor passes posters hanging on a wall during a political art
exhibition at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, Calif. The
exhibition in this politically liberal beach city drew more than
350 people Friday night.
Early leaders in a 4K run climb a steep hill on an entrance road to
Clinton State Park.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., holds
hands in prayer with retired Rep. Carrie Meek, D-Fla., left, the
Rev. Jesse Jackson, center, the Rev. Al Sharpton, second right, and
Pastor Gaston Smith on Sunday at the Friendship Missionary Baptist
Church in Miami.
Education Secretary Rod Paige is seen in an image made from an
Education Department video, which the Bush administration has used
to promote its education law. The video comes across as a news
story but fails to make clear the reporter involved was paid with
Last-minute holiday shopping at the Manhattan Mall in New York City
is light due to a heavy storm hitting the city the day before
Christmas, in this Dec. 24, 2003, file photo. Retailers are
uncertain what to expect for holiday profits after slow
back-to-school sales this year.
Shannon Portillo had just turned 2 years old when this picture was
taken in September 1986.
Shannon Portillo, 20, a Kansas University graduate student, teaches
a Western civilization class. Portillo has already graduated from
KU with undergraduate degrees in political science and
The Calvert family of Lawrence watch a scooter-driving clown during Kansas University's homecoming parade through campus. From left, John Calvert, Jesse, 5, Teresa Calvert, Timothy, 6, Cory, 8 and Elizabeth, 4, watched the parade Saturday.
Following the yellow brick road along Jayhawk Boulevard, the cowardly lion, Jeffrey Ward, Lenexa senior, left and Dorothy, Jessie Robie, Lawrence, toss candy during the parade. KU's homecoming celebration culminated Saturday night with a 31-28 win over the Kansas State Wildcats.
Julia Soukup, Lindsborg, jogs her liver Dalmatian, Newt, around the judging arena during the working breed competition at the American Kennel Club dog show at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. The show, sponsored by the Lawrence Jayhawk Kennel Club, ended Sunday. Results will not be available until later this week.
Students in the Baldwin City Recreation Commission during their "Under the Sea" camp work on pop-bottle terrariums during a rain garden workshop presented by Grace Smith of the Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance. Plants were donated by C-Designs Floral and Garden, Baldwin, Vinland Valley Nursery and Clearfield Farms. The Palace, Eighth and Massachusetts streets, Lawrence, donated chocolate-covered sunflower seeds for the event. The picture was submitted by Grace Smith.