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PHOTO GALLERY: House decorations and rally kick off MU Homecoming weekend

Friday, October 14, 2011 | 10:46 p.m. CDT
Austin Stewart, 7, shows off his "tiger shades" to his mom, Shelia Stewart, during the exhibition of campus decorations on Friday in Greek Town.

COLUMBIA — House decorations, skits and the MU cheerleaders kicked off MU's 100th Homecoming weekend celebration Friday night in Greektown. Fraternities and sororities entertained fans of all ages with elaborate exhibitions, some of which featured moving parts. The fraternity Beta Theta Pi sold "tiger shades" and gave away cider and cookies, while Delta Upsilon and Delta Delta Delta teamed up to put on a "luck of the Irish" themed skit.

The house decoration competition was followed by a spirit rally on Richmond Avenue with appearances by the MU cheerleaders, Truman the Tiger, Golden Girls and Marching Mizzou.

Homecoming festivities continue at 8 a.m. Saturday with the Brewer breakfast at Brewer Fieldhouse. The Homecoming parade follows at 8:30 a.m. and the football game against Iowa State begins at 1 p.m.

Reagan Morawitz, 4, throws his "gold piece" into a pot during a "luck of the Irish" themed skit by Delta Delta Delta and Delta Upsilon on Friday in Greek Town. The act was meant to bring Truman the Tiger luck.
Ben Delaney, a member of Alpha Gamma Rho, catches Anna Grace Devine, 8, as she comes down the slide on Friday during Campus Decorations in Greek Town.
Cheerleaders line up during the spirit rally for MU Homecoming on Friday on Richmond Avenue in Greektown.
Tiger fans flock to Greektown to see MU campus decorations on Friday in front of the Delta Upsilon house. The decoration there, completed with Delta Delta Delta, featured a rainbow made out of multicolored soda cans.
Sigma Nu pledge Rick Vincenc runs the moving parts of the house decorations for Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Phi during Campus Decorations on Friday in Greek Town.

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