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Gallery: Strange and Inappropriate

Celebrating 100 years of Mizzou Homecoming

October 13, 2011 | 12:00 a.m. CST

An apparently pantsless student is part of the "When Knighthood was in Flour" float during the 1923 Homecoming parade. SAVITAR, 1924

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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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