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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Harrisburg cruises to victory over Slater; MU hosts international flag ceremony

Sunday, September 29, 2013 | 7:44 p.m. CDT; updated 6:37 a.m. CDT, Monday, September 30, 2013

COLUMBIA — This week, Missourian photographers captured shots of the Harrisburg football team in action during a win over Slater, MU's International Day Flag Ceremony and competitors at the Missouri Corn Husking Championships.

Amy Stroth captured this shot of Harrisburg High School quarterback Blake Williams carrying the ball during the second half of the Bulldogs' 50-26 victory over Slater High School on Monday. 

In this photo by Kevin Cook, Fei Yuan walks in MU's International Day Flag Ceremony. About 50 international students participated in the parade from Jesse Hall to Lowry Mall on Tuesday morning.

Fareeha Amir took this picture of Lauren Rundquist decorating shoes with a special acrylic paint. Rundquist, a junior at MU, is one of a growing number of student entrepreneurs who launch businesses while still in college.

Mackenzie Bruce took this image of Prescilla Bevins' emerald wedding ring from Bob Bartlett. Bartlett, 88, and Bevins, 82, married in August, less than three months after their first date. The couple said they didn't have any time to waste.

In a photo by Fareeha Amir, Mike Gamble laughs at a friend's joke on Wednesday morning. Gamble, known as "Digger" to his friends, meets with a group of friends at the Pierpont Store each morning around 6:30 a.m.

Megan Donohue took this photo of artifacts that Patrick Dougherty found at the original site of the Van Horn Tavern, which is being dismantled and moved to Marthasville.

Landon Woodroof took this shot of ears of freshly husked corn in the back of a wagon during the Missouri State Corn Husking Championships on Saturday in Marshall.

Joshua Boucher captured this photograph of some of Sandy Binder's 80 alpacas at her farm in Mexico, Mo. Binder has been managing the farm, which includes a U-pick apple orchard, on her own since her husband died in July. She sells goods made from the wool of her alpacas. These female alpacas were sheared in April.

In this photo by Kevin Cook, Missouri players and coaches run through the tunnel and smoke to take the field against Arkansas State on Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers won their last nonconference game 41-19.

Supervising editor is Elizabeth Stephens.


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