WEEK IN PHOTOS: Models show off student designs, Missouri softball beats MSU

Sunday, April 27, 2014 | 4:33 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA – This week, Missourian photographers captured images of a fashion show, Easter Mass, a pipe organ repairman and a softball victory.

Models walk past one other on the runway while rehearsing for The Collections, Stephens College's 70th annual student fashion show, in Windsor Auditorium on Friday in this photo by Andrew Schriver. All outfits modeled in the show were designed by students. 

Photographer Marissa Weiher captured Missouri State University outfielder Kerri Cunningham leaping to catch a home run made by Missouri's Angela Randazzo at University Field on Wednesday. The Tigers won 5-0.

Parishioners gather for Easter Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on April 20 in this photo by John Farmer De La Torre. Mass at the church is held in both English and Spanish weekly. 

In this photo by Katie Bell, Missouri's Eric Anderson runs for third base as Mississippi State's Jake Vickerson prepares to try and throw him out at third on April 20 at Taylor Stadium. Missouri lost 9-7 in 11 innings

Photographer Kelly Coleman captured Ken Kavanaugh as he demonstrated how to clean and test an electrical contact, which communicates between the keyboard of an organ and the rest of its components, on April 10. Kavanaugh is one of the only people left in the area who works on pipe organs.

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