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Gallery: Strange and Inappropriate

CoMo's seen all kinds of strange characters pass through over the years, and MU Homecoming fans have to be at the top of the list.
Thursday, October 13, 2011 | 4:26 p.m. CDT; updated 5:10 p.m. CDT, Thursday, October 13, 2011
Decorations depicting a Jayhawk in an electric chair helped Phi Delta Theta win its division for 1949 Homecoming. SAVITAR

An apparently pantsless student is part of the "When Knighthood was in Flour" float during the 1923 Homecoming parade. SAVITAR, 1924 This toga-clad musician plays the sousaphone with the alumni band during the 1980 Homecoming game. SAVITAR, 1961 Decorations depicting a Jayhawk in an electric chair helped the Phi Delta Theta house win first prize in their division for the 1949 Homecoming. SAVITAR, 1950 The Geology Club's 1923 Homecoming float takes a prehistoric theme; the Tigers hope to club their opponents. SAVITAR, 1924 With decorated lawn mowers, Mizzou fans participate in the 2006 Homecoming parade dressed in safari attire. Missourian A sheep, painted like a tiger, rides in a Homecoming float during the 2009 parade. DAVID KENNEDY / Missourian MU fans sporting warrior masks cheer on the tigers during the Homecoming game. JAMES OSTLER / Missourian In 1913, female students ride in a Homecoming float with a tiger statue. Courtesy of University Archives C: 0/3/7 Members of Delta Gamme, Alpha Kappa Lambda and Alpha Gamma Rho perform during the 2001 Homecoming talent finals in Jesse Auditorium. KAREN LUEDER / Missourian

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