Kansas' Quintrell Thomas, right, runs into McGill University's Sean Anthony as he moves the ball during NCAA-CIS men's basketball action at Montpetit Hall at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa on Saturday Aug. 30, 2008.
KU's Tyrone Appleton, right, defends against McGill University's Jeff Cumming.
Kansas' Travis Releford, right, gives teammate Mario Little a high-five after Kansas defeated Carleton, 84-83. The Jayhawks won the exhibition Saturday in Ottawa, Ontario.
Kansas University's Tyrel Reed, front, takes the ball from McGill University's Moustafa El Zanaty. KU beat McGill, 72-67, Saturday in Ottawa, Ontario.
Kansas University's Sherron Collins, center, shoots over the defense of Carleton's Robert Saunders, left, and Aaron Doornekamp. KU beat the Ravens, 84-83, in an exhibition Saturday in Ottawa, Ontario.
Texas A&M's Stephen McGee, left, is sacked by Arkansas State defensive back Dominique Williams. Texas A&M, which was a 19-point favorite, lost to Arkansas State, 18-14, on Saturday in College Station, Texas.
Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin quiets the crowd after returning a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. Missouri beat Illinois, 52-42, on Saturday night in St. Louis.
Ohio State running back Chris Wells reacts as trainers check on his injury during the third quarter. Despite the injury, Ohio State ripped Youngstown State, 43-0, on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.
San Querrey signs autographs after defeating Ivo Karlovic in the U.S. Open. Querrey won his match, 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5), 6-2, on Saturday in New York.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., left, and his vice presidential running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, campaign Saturday in Washington, Pa.
A lone traveler walks in the deserted baggage claim area for American Airlines at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. Airlines will be cutting many domestic flights starting in September because of the high cost of fuel. Higher fares and fees are also on the menu.
Against the Kuala Lumpur city skyline, Gary Cunningham of Australia leaps from the open deck of KL Tower, 984 feet high, during an event in conjunction with Malaysian Independence Day on Saturday. BASE (Building, Antenna, Span and Earth)-jumping is an extreme sport where parachutists jump off tall buildings and structures instead of aircraft.
A pet dog is dressed up for a mass dog wedding in New Delhi on Saturday, where six pairs of dogs were united in wedlock at a mass wedding ceremony. The event, held for the first time in India, had more than 100 participants - all dressed up for the occasion. The selected couples walked the aisle as their delighted owners showered flower petals on the beaming canines.
Artist Robert Indiana, who in the 1960s created the pop icon LOVE, now has created a similar image with HOPE, pictured in background Thursday at Indiana's studio in Vinalhaven, Maine. Proceeds from the artwork will go to Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
This 2006 photo released by firefly expert Anchana Thancharoen of Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand, shows the rare firefly species Luciola aquatilis, as it perches on a plant.
Georgian honor guard soldiers lower coffins into the ground at a funeral ceremony of Georgian soldiers killed during the Georgian-Russian war in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Saturday. Georgia has severed diplomatic ties with Moscow to protest the presence of Russian troops on its territory.
Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, pumps her fist as she walks toward a bus at a campaign stop Saturday in Washington, Pa.
A prairie dog stands at a burrow on the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands in South Dakota on July 14. Wildlife officials are working to protect prairie dogs and endangered black-footed ferrets from the plague that has hit the area.
Rescuers help people to safer areas in Patna, India, on Saturday. A rescue boat filled with flood victims capsized and killed 20 people in northern India, where monsoon flooding grew worse because of heavy rain and water flowing from neighboring Nepal, officials said Saturday.
Three new first-graders, all age 6, enjoy a summer porch swing ride together. From left are Liam Elliott, Woodlawn School, Alexa Alden, Indian Hills School, Topeka, and Naomi Soderling, Hillcrest School. They are the children of Eric and Kirsteen Elliott, Dave and Megan Alden, and Mike and Lori Soderling. Alexa's grandmother, Sandra Wiechert, submitted the picture.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., acknowledges the crowd Thursday at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
A panoramic view of Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 30, when the Jayhawks opened the 2008 football season against Florida International
Lawrence Habitat for Humanity's Restore will have its "Upcycle" silent auction Oct. 25. A mosaic toilet was featured in a past auction.
Comedy troupe "Right Between the Ears" returns with a holiday show at 8 p.m. Nov. 29.
"The Velveteen Rabbit" comes to KU's Lied Center at 2 p.m. Sept. 21.
In this Sept. 11, 1956, file photo, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson, left, chats with House Speaker Sam Rayburn, right, as they attend the Democratic State Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. On the centennial of Johnson's birth, historian Robert A. Caro remembers his longtime subject at his most fulfilled, when he was leader of the U.S. Senate.
More than $10,000 was bid at Robert Edward Auctions of Watchung, N.J., for this rare iron clock depicting once-famous baseball players. Today few remember outfielder Bob Ferguson and pitcher Bobby Mathews, who played in the 1870s. The clock was made by Nicholas and Karl Muller.
"Dr. Caligari Clock" is part of Wendell Castle's "About Time" exhibit, which will run from Sept. 21 through Dec. 21 at Spencer Museum of Art, 1301 Miss.