Members of the Baylor basketball team wave to fans as they walk off the court following the NCAA South Regional championship game against Duke in Houston, Sunday, March 28, 2010. Duke defeated Baylor 78-71.
Michigan State players celebrate after their 70-69 win over Tennessee in the NCAA Midwest Regional championship game Sunday, March 28, 2010, in St. Louis.
Ruth Sarna is director of student health services at Baker University.
Chicago’s Derrick rose, left, battles New Jersey’s Jarvis Hayes. The Bulls won, 106-83, on Saturday night in Chicago.
Michigan’s Carl Hagelin shoots the puck past Bemidji State goalie Dan Bakala (33) to score during the third period in a NCAA Midwest Regional first-round game. Michigan won, 5-1, Saturday in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Kentucky’s DeMarcus Cousins, right, and John Wall, second from right, react with teammates during the second half of the East Regional final. West Virginia won, 73-66, Saturday in Syracuse, N.Y.
Ernie Els watches his tee shot on the ninth hole during the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Els shot a 69 on Saturday in Orlando, Fla.
The Vermilya-Boener house, at East 1400 and North 1900 roads northwest of Lawrence, is on the Kansas Preservation Alliance Inc.’s list of endangered historic places.
Harrison K. Traul Jr.
Robert N. Sudlow
Mary and Ray Schimmel were crowned queen and king during the Valentine’s Day celebration at Medicalodges Eudora. Linda Schimmel, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Lisa Lewis is pictured Wednesday near the day care where she works part time in Kansas City, Kan. She uses government assistance to pay for her son’s and stepson’s school lunches.
A luminous ball is seen in full flight, creating a red line, as people hold candle lights Saturday at the beach of Muizenberg situated on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa. People took part in Earth Hour celebration by participating in a soccer game with a luminous ball and standing with candles.
A Pakistani youth swims in a water reservoir to cool off as the temperature rises Saturday on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.
Watkins' second photo of the 'Daisy Dozer' in Woodland Park.
The 'Daisy Dozer' in Woodland Park in east Lawrence, circa 1915. Photo courtesy of Louise Albert Mueller and Watkins Community Museum of History
Seth Grahame-Smith, author of “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” tours the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library before a discussion and signing for his March 6 book premiere in Springfield, Ill.
A 2,800-year-old infant mummy, Baby Bluebonnet, is shown at the “Secrets of the Silk Road: Mystery Mummies from China” exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, Calif.
Jennifer Ring, center, and Hu Guizhen examine the Beauty of Xiaohe, a 3,800-year-old mummy discovered in the Tarim Basin in far western China, at the “Secrets of the Silk Road: Mystery Mummies from China” exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, Calif. The exhibit opened Saturday.
Only a fisherman would know that this is a mahogany line dryer. The 8 1/2-inch-wide spool with wooden spindles sold for $590 at an auction held by Lang’s Sporting Collectables of Waterville, N.Y. The silver foil label with the initials “A & F” (for Abercrombie & Fitch) added to the value.