The Rev. Dean Wolfe, Episcopal bishop of Kansas, left, Kevin Patch, Dr. Stephen Segebrecht and Allen Wiechert, all of Lawrence, stand in front of the St. Julian's Center outside of Nairobi, Kenya, during a recent medical mission led by Dr. Segebrecht, who provided medical aid to impoverished patients while the others painted an orphanage and offered agricultural advice.
Workers roll up carpets used by thousands of pilgrims Friday at the holy shrine of Imam Moussa al-Kadhim in the Kazimiyah neighborhood of Baghdad. Shiite pilgrims made their annual march Thursday to commemorate the eighth-century death of Imam Moussa al-Kadhim, a key Shiite saint.
A Chicago police officer tickets the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile.
In this photo made available by NASA, Space Shuttle Endeavour and the shuttle's Remote Manipulator System/Orbiter Boom Sensor System are shown against the blackness of space and Earth's horizon during flight activities.
Corey Perry, of the Anaheim Ducks, finishes an eventful day with the Stanley Cup, arriving late for a private party in London, Ontario, on Friday. Perry, from this year's NHL Stanley Cup-winning team, traveled with the cup from his hometown of Peterborough to London, where he played with the London Knights OHL team.
Tampa Bay Buccanears quarterback Jeff Garcia (7) is chased from the pocket by New England Patriots' Jarvis Green during the first quarter of the Buccanears' 13-10 preseason victory Friday night.
Alex Popov, left, and Patrick Hayashi look at the ball Barry Bonds hit for his 73rd home run during the 2001 season in this 2003 photo in New York. The two both claimed ownership of the ball. After a two-week trial, a judge determined they should sell the ball an share the proceeds. The ball sold for $450,000.
Cleveland quarterback Brady Quinn, right, goes over a play with teammates during training camp. Quinn will not start tonight's game against Kansas City but could move up the depth chart if Charlie Frye or Derek Anderson struggle.
Kansas City's David DeJesus, left, fields a double as Joey Gathright collides with the wall. Two runs scored on the play, and that proved to be enough in Toronto's 2-1 victory against the Royals on Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Arkansas tailback Darren McFadden goes through drills. McFadden was runner-up in the 2006 Heisman voting.
Tiger Woods pumps his fist as he birdies the fourth hole during the second round of the PGA Championship. Woods fired a 7-under-par 63 on Friday at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
Lawrence Kent O'Brien
Edythe Louise Norman Stevenson
People walk through a flooded street Friday in Karachi, Pakistan. Heavy rains lashed Pakistan's largest city, collapsing houses, flooding streets and leaving at least 22 people dead, an official said.
Cars and a truck go through the E-ZPass lanes in May 2003 at Exit 8A of the New Jersey Turnpike in Monroe Township, N.J. Divorce lawyers are finding that E-ZPass might be an easy way to catch cheating spouses, or to glean other useful pieces of information.
Trucks and cars appear together in slow moving traffic Friday on Interstate Route 93 in Newton, Mass. In the decade from 1995 to 2005, the weight load on urban highways increased 54 percent.
Jim and Barbara Wright
Georgia and Jim Bachman
Francis Joseph Thoennes and Anna Dorothy Shire
David Dlugosh and Leslie Suitt
Gillian Gurley and Jeffrey Percak
Sara Childers and Michael Gillum
Cassandra and Aaron Long
Christine and Lars Larson
Brad and Brenda Cordts
Randall and Hannah Schumacher
Molly and Patrick Fritzel
The Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored the service of the late Fay Talley on July 3. Gerry Livers, left, presented a plaque to Jerome Hanson, commander of American Legion Dorsey-Liberty Post No. 14 in Lawrence. Talley served on the DAR's Veterans Committee for many years.
The Happy Time Squares dance club recognizes members who celebrated a birthday in July. From left are Bob Rainbolt, Violet Huseby, Betty Driver, Don Harris, Myrt Jones, Vicki Hegeman, Jan Dyer and Dave Wickersheim. In back, from left, are caller Vic Perry and Connie and Lloyd Northrop. The dance was July 14.
From left are Gaylene Bartlett Beatty, Janice Cates Johnson, Joyce Webb, Terri Redding Evinger and Mary Gauthier. The friends have gathered monthly since 1978. Gauthier was a teacher at Lawrence High School, and the other women were her students. They were together for Beatty's 20th wedding anniversary celebration June 16, 2007.
Lt. Col. Kevin Wright, right, accepts retirement from Col. Peter Utley on June 13 at Fort Knox, Ky. Wright, who graduated from Baldwin High School and the U.S. Military Academy, served in the Army for 24 years. He is the son of Kay Wright, Lawrence.
Jay Turnbull and Sarah Niileksela perform with the band at Turnbull's 40th birthday party July 6 at Abe & Jake's Landing.
Young Israeli soldiers walk in Jerusalem, guns slung over their shoulders. Israel has mandatory military service for young adults.
A Jewish man prays with others at the Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, in Jerusalem. Many Jews pray at the site weekly.
Jews gather for prayer at the Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall.
Remnants of Masada, an ancient Jewish fortress.
American Jews walk through a corridor near the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
The golden Dome of the Rock, at upper left, stands out from the gray landscape in Jerusalem. The Dome of the Rock is the third most important pilgrimate site in Islam and is believed to be where Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac.
The Sea of Galilee.
Members of an American group traveling through Israel hand out gift bags to Israeli soldiers.
Members of an American group traveling in Israel hand out gift bags to Israeli soldiers.
The Sachne Natural Water Reserve in Israel.
Golan Heights, a mountainous region in northern Israel.
Lawrence resident Jim Baker, second from left, poses with family members at a military post on the border between Lebanon and Israel.
Israeli soldiers relax outside a museum.
Jim Baker, back row in hat, poses with Israeli soldiers and group members he traveled with to Israel.
Fish at an Israeli market.
A Hasidic Jew talks on his cell phone outside the Western Wall - also known as the Wailing Wall - in Jerusalem. The wall is a remnant of the Second Jerusalem Temple, build around 70 A.D.
Photo from the late Geraldine Irion Will, Class of 1934, of Jayhawk Boulevard in the early 1930s. The photo was submitted by Harriet Will Shaffer, of Lawrence.
From left are Eleanor Gilroy, Quincalee Brown and Bobby Patton. Gilroy and Brown were graduate students, and Patton was chairman of KU's speech and drama department in the late 1960s. Gilroy eventually became Eleanor Patton, and she and Bobby Patton live in Lawrence.
James Naismith, left, and Irvin Stoneback, right. Both had been members of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Photo submitted by Mabel Stoneback, of Lawrence.
Dr. Randy VanSchmus, KU professor emeritus geology and Derek VanSchmus, KU Center for Research, enjoy the KU- Iowa State football game. It was very cold but well worth it! KU won! Derek VanSchmus, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.
Lavon Alan Freeman, Class of 1988, celebrates his graduation.
Emily VanSchmus, a big KU basketball fan, couldn't wait to show her Aunt Jennifer Chartier (of Wauwatosa, Wis.) some of the Jayhawks on Parade when she came to Lawrence to visit. Aunt Jennifer is a former Lawrence resident and the sister of Derek VanSchmus, KU Center for Research, who submitted the photo.
Fall 1994 exchange students: Among the first exchange students from the former USSR to KU were, from left, Elena Kozlova of Minsk, Belarus; Irina (Chuykova) Rodriguez of Kharkov, Ukraine (MS 2000); and Anna Brodovskaya of Kiev, Ukraine, posing here in front of Ellsworth Residence Hall.
The 1949 Kansas Relays queen candidates were, second from left, Elaine Modrell (Blank), Marilyn Ringler (Ball) and Janelle Ashcraft (Williams). The woman on the far left is unknown. Photo submitted by Bob Blank.
Bradley Barger, member of KU's Juggling Club, performs at Beach 'n' Boulevard, part of Traditions Week 2006.
From left to right, Lindy Eakin, Denise Stephens, Dennis Moss, and Ralph Oliver.
Kansas University students cheer as headlining act The Faint takes the stage at KU's Day On the Hill.
Day On the Hill performers The Faint launch into their opening number. The concert event, which used to take place on Kansas University's main campus, was staged this year on the Lied Center lawn.
Kansas University sophomore Sara Thompson, of Salina, left, dances beneath the concert tent with fellow KU student Whitney Gudgel, of Kansas City, Kan., during KU's Day On The Hill, which was April 14. Because of heavy rain the night before, even beneath the protection of the tent, the ground quickly turned to ankle-deep mud.
A rendering from Treanor Architects, of Lawrence, shows dormitory and building plans for the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center near Hutchinson. The center is a unit of Kansas University's Continuing Education program.
Suzanne McColl visits property near the Leavenworth County line that was secured by the KU Endowment Association for university research. The McColl family donated $260,000 toward the association's purchase.
Danielle McCray has lost weight, which should help her become more comfortable at her natural positions of small forward/shooting guard.
Senior Darnell Jackson, right, was among KU's most improved players late last season.
KU coach Mark Mangino has made a habit of moving his defensive players around.
All-America candidate Aqib Talib (3) had six interceptions and 22 pass breakups last season even though few teams threw the talented cornerback's way.
Rose Emergo and Hua Zhao, both KU graduate students, research nanoparticles and nanotechnology for Judy Wu, professor of physics and astronomy, in this October 2006 file photo.
KU political science students Shane Haugian, Class of 1995, Robert Rodriguez, Class of 1996 and 2005, and Chris Cannon, Class of 1996, attend the KU Homecoming game Oct. 29, 1994, against Oklahoma State University. Rodriguez, associate director of the McNairs Scholars Program, submitted the photo.
KU alumni Sally Hare and Dan Schriner are shown at a football game in fall 1979. The Schriners now live in Lawrence.
Alberta Mahoney cheers for KU at its game against Georgia Tech in the 1948 Orange Bowl. It was KU's first appearance at a bowl game. They lost 20-14. Now Alberta Cornwell, the alumna was head cheerleader and president of Student Union Activities. She lives in Mission. Her nephew, Michael Cornwell, submitted the photo.
The University Daily Kansan staffers are shown at a picnic in fall 1974. The advertising and news departments were pitted against each other in a softball game that day. From left in the front row include Alice Retter Summers, Molly Thompson and also Marion Ross, wearing sunglasses, who was the newspaper secretary. Members in the second row are Jon Lattin, David Reece, Mark Nelson, Mel Adams, advertising adviser, and Steve Haugan. Alice Retter Summers, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.
Dan Devlin and Marcia Ackerman married June 16, 1984, at Danforth Chapel. They both graduated from Kansas University in 1983. They have two children attending KU: Oliver Devlin, a senior, and Laura Devlin, a freshman.
KU alumnus and Lawrence resident Derek VanSchmus takes his daughter Emily VanSchmus and nephew Mitchell Arpin, Salina, to the Natural History Museum during a July 2004 visit.
Sigma Kappas stage the musical "Show Boat" at the second annual Rock Chalk Revue. Fraternities and sororities competed separately at the time.
Darren Peurod, Karlton Pittman and Lavon Alan Freeman, at back, are shown with other graduates from the class of 1988.
Elaine Modrell and Bob Blank are shown at the Alpha Omega Pi Christmas formal in 1949. Elaine was a Kansas Relays queen contestant that year. The couple later married and live in Lawrence.
This postcard depicting the KJHK site in 1986 was created by Rick Sheridan, of Lawrence. He created a series of postcards that turn up in alumni homes in other parts of the country.
Theresa Browning, left, and Mary Orrison Wood were members of KU's Color Guard in fall 1976. The two became good friends after meeting at Oliver Hall. Browning, who submitted the photo, lives in Baldwin City.
Elaine (Spillman) Penny and Dr. Ellis "Don" Penny are shown at their kitchen in Kansas City, Kan., while Don attended KU medical school. The two met as undergrads at KU and were wed in 1970 in Overland Park. The couple moved to Denver in 1973 and returned to Lawrence in 2004.
The class of 1938 poses for its 25th reunion. Mabel Stoneback, of Lawrence, submitted the photo. She is in the first row, seventh from the left.
Three siblings of the Zink family, from Larned, attended Kansas University at the same time. From left, Ryan Zink, Class of 2002, Andrea Zink, Class of 2002, and Adrian Zink, Class of 2005, attend a 2002 pep rally for the men's basketball team, which advanced to the Final Four. Andrea Zink Rauscher, of Eudora, submitted the photo.
Geraldine Irion Will, Class of 1934, her cousin Evangeline Clark Winkler, Class of 1935, and a friend golf at Potters Lake. Photo submitted by Harriet Will Shaffer, of Lawrence.
Members of the Speedrats reunite in 2007. From left, standing, are Paul Page, Duke Dana, Bill Conboy, Harry Munn, Gus Friedrich and Bill Robinson. Seated are Jackson Harrell, Paul Gray, Helen Linkugel (representing Wil) and Bobby Patton. Patton, of Lawrence, submitted both photos.
The 1967 Speedrats were Kansas University's intramural softball champions. They also claimed the championship several other years. They formed their name through their respective departments: Speech-Drama-Radio-Television. Standing, from left, are Duke Dana, Jerry Windsor, Stan Dulin, Bo Hrabe and Bobby Patton. Seated, from left, are Paul Page, Harry Munn, Gus Friedrich, Bill Conboy and Will Linkugel.
Alyce Fawkes and Jim Mason attend a Delta Upsilon fraternity party, the "Two Yard Hop." Couples were restricted to 2 yards of fabric to create their costumes. Mason and Fawkes attended a month before their real wedding, June 4, 1949. The couple graduated in 1952 and now live in Leawood.
Flying Jayhawks visit a Galibrea party during the Legends of the Nile trip in February 2007. Front row, from left, are Shirley Carey, Ellen Chaplin, Mildred Foster, Judy Camblin, Ken Carey, Leah Waage and Kato Waage. Back row, from left, are Danny Lewis, Bob Camblin, Sam Steele and Olivia Steele.
The Flying Jayhawks take turns as amateur chefs to compete in a cook-off, then tasted the sum of their work. Slovene cuisine was a popular feature for the Adriatic Riviera trip in May 2006.
Jayhawks head south for an exploration of Antarctica in January 2007. John Kernan, front row, was the expedition leader. Also pictured, from left, are Roger and Mary Ann Wehrs, Reed Miller and Jill Simpson Miller, Barbara Glanz, Paula Nauers, and Barb and Bob Kleist.