Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self, left, and football coach Turner Gill were on hand for Traditions Night on Monday at Memorial Stadium.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning escapes a tackle attempt by the New York Jets’ Shaun Ellis, center, as the Giants’ Kareem McKenzie, right, tries to help Manning. Manning left the game with a gash to his head that required 12 stitches Monday at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Tampa Bay’s Joe Maddon, left, pats pitcher David Price, second from left, after taking him out of the game. Tampa Bay beat Texas, 6-4, Monday in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Atlanta Braves left fielder Melky Cabrera (53) gets a hug from manager Bobby Cox after Cabrera hit the game-winning single in a 4-3 victory Monday over the Dodgers in Atlanta.
Laredo Broncos President/General Manager Jose Melendez, left, hands former major-league slugger/tell-all author Jose Canseco his new team jersey at a news conference Monday in Laredo, Texas.
Pakistani flood survivors return to their village devastated by heavy floods Monday in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. A forecast of more flooding has increased the urgency of the massive international relief effort.
Toni DeLaCruz holds up a photo of her late husband, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Eduardo DeLaCruz, at her home in El Paso, Texas. Suicides have set off alarm bells throughout the agency responsible for policing the nation’s borders. After nearly four years without a single suicide in their ranks, border agents are killing themselves in greater numbers.
Maria Cordeiro, left, and Lyla Beckingham, who both live at Delaware Commons in Lawrence, regularly walk another neighbor’s dog, Jessy, a sheltie mix. Judy Harrington, Jessy’s owner, submitted the picture.
President Barack Obama talks about the economy Monday at the U.S. Cellular Arena in Milwaukee. Obama started a three-day fundraising trip Monday for Democrats in November elections. In Wisconsin, he is raising money for gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett and other Democrats in the state.
This 1975 photo from ABC shows Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry in “The Enforcer.” The Class of 2014 thinks of Clint Eastwood more as a sensitive director than as Dirty Harry urging punks to “go ahead, make my day.” This is No. 12 among the 75 items on this year’s Beloit College Mindset List, a compilation assembled each year meant to remind teachers that cultural references familiar to them might draw blank stares from college freshmen born mostly in 1992.
A police officer stands by a crashed plane sitting on the runway Monday at the airport on San Andres island in Colombia. The Boeing 737 jetliner filled with vacationers crashed in a thunderstorm and broke apart as it slid onto the runway on a Caribbean island Monday. Only one of the 131 people on board died, and the island’s governor called it a miracle.
Carolyn Bailey, granddaughter of E.H.S. Bailey, the creator of the Rock Chalk Chant, was on hand to meet the Jayhawks and cheer on the new students during Traditions Night in Memorial Stadium on Monday.
Medical personel carry an injured man to a Life Star helicopter after he was injured while working in a trench Monday afternoon, Aug. 16, 2010, o land near East 750 Road and North 100 Road in rural Douglas County, west of Baldwin City. The man was working on a dam for a pond.
From left, Kennedy preschoolers Kieran Bryant, Levi Cottrell, Mason Fewell, Madison Newman, Hannah Hillebert and Trey Green line up for lunch, Monday, August 16, 2010 at Kennedy School. It was the first day of preschool for approximately 130 students at Kennedy.
The Mount Oread scholars, a group of incoming freshmen at Kansas University, make their way toward the Campanile during the 14th-annual “Walk Up the Hill” Monday. The group began the uphill walk near Memorial Stadium to signify the beginning of their higher education journey. In addition to the walk, the students received a history lesson on the university and a bit regarding the significance of the town of Lawrence and the state of Kansas relative to the Civil War.