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More than 30 visit Finger Lakes beach after closing

People swim at the public beach at Finger Lakes State Park. More than 30 people came out to the lake just one week after it was closed because the water was found to contain over five times the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' maximum standard for the bacteria.

Skimming the top

Rob Ward, 40, of Ozark Beach, Mo., rounds a buoy during the slalom portion of the Lake Sundance Slalom and Trick Tournament on Saturday in Columbia. Ward wiped out only moments after making this turn.

Around the bend

Tom Dunn rounds the first buoy in a slalom run at the Lake Sundance Slalom and Trick Tournament on Saturday in Columbia.

Going up

Grant Hefley, 31, of Lake Tapawingo, Mo., attempts a flip during the trick portion of the Lake Sundance Slalom and Trick Tournament on Saturday in Columbia.

Making waves

Erin Daugherty grips tightly on her rope as she skis a slalom course during the Lake Sundance Slalom and Trick Tournament on Saturday in Columbia. Jack Daugherty, Erin Daugherty’s father, built Lake Sundance in 1984 specifically for water skiing.

Disc golf bag

With varying purposes, colors and styles, Brandon Victor's disc golf bag contains over 15 different discs for the 26th annual Mid-America Open disc golf tournament on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Albert Oakland Park.

Brandon Victor disc golf

Brandon Victor, vice president of the Columbia Disc Golf Club, leaps forward as he throws a disc from just beyond the green during the 26th annual Mid-America Open disc golf tournament on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Albert Oakland Park.

Disc golf tournament

Jerrad Chaney, left, and Keith Amerson, right, watch as Brandon Victor, center, pulls at the beginning of a hole during the 26th annual Mid-America Open disc golf tournament on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Albert Oakland Park.

Keith Amerson disc golfs

Keith Amerson, president of the Columbia Disc Golf Club, pulls from the tee at the beginning of a hole during the first round of the 26th annual Mid-America Open disc golf tournament on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Albert Oakland Park.

Keith Amerson disc golf

Keith Amerson finishes the tenth hole with an on-target putt during the first round of the 26th annual Mid-America Open disc golf tournament on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Albert Oakland Park.

Controlling the ball

Mud, Sweat and Beers teammate Adam Crutchfield retrieves the ball and Ada Buckman wades through the mud in the final championship game on Saturday. Mud, Sweat and Beers took second place in the Big Brother Big Sister Mud Ball tournament.

Hosing off

Both of the final teams competing in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mud Ball Tournament wash down after the championship game on Saturday.

Ready to serve

Bladder Splatters team member Greg Link prepares to serve at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri Mud Ball tournament on Saturday. The Bladder Splatters won the final game 15-8 in the championship match.

Washing up

Bladder Splatters team captain Michael Elley washes his face after his team won the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mud Ball tournament on Saturday. His team took second place two years ago, and five of the seven players on the team are family members. "We are a very competitive family," Elley said.

Victory hug

Teammates Myles Branch and Hayley Christensen hug after their team wins the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri Mud Ball tournament on Saturday. Twelve teams competed in the tournament that began at 10 a.m. and was held behind the Columbia Career Center.

Post-victory cleanup

First-year player Hayley Christensen pulls duct tape off her shoes after her team, The Bladder Splatters, took first place in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri Mud Ball tournament on Saturday. "They [her teammates] said it would keep our feet from slipping out of our shoes," Christensen said.

Mother explains why she came to Summer Welcome

Robin Jenkins, left, speaks with Nathan Stephens, director of the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center, at the Mizzou & You dinner during Summer Welcome on Tuesday. "I want to make sure, as a parent, that my son is doing things for the right reasons," Jenkins said of her attendance.

Students take a break from Summer Welcome festivities

Xavier Wegmann, left, Tim Gray, center, and Brendan Giljum take a break from their hectic Summer Welcome schedule in the second floor lounge of Hatch Hall. "We're getting the partying out of our systems now," Gray said with a laugh.

Incoming MU freshmen attend orientation

Incoming MU freshmen attend the College of Arts and Science's divisional orientation on Tuesday at Conservation Hall during Summer Welcome.

Students tour MU during Summer Welcome

Incoming freshmen and their guests walk past the inscribed bricks Tuesday outside the Reynolds Alumni Center during a Summer Welcome campus tour. Tuesday marked the 19th session of the Summer Welcome program, with one final session on Wednesday for freshmen and one on Thursday for transfer students.
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