The Maneater

PHOTO ARCHIVES
Sep. 23, 2019

Columbia residents Tim and Gina Overshiner dress as Beverly Hillbillies for the Moo-Dah Parade on Saturday. The Overshiners rode bikes in the parade along with their children.

Matt Dreier and Mike Denehy rest in Flat Branch Park after removing parts of their cow costumes at the end of the Moo-Dah Parade on Saturday.

Senior pitcher Stacy Delaney delivers in the first inning against Meramec, the second game in a doubleheader Saturday afternoon at University Field. Delaney and the rest of the Tigers' pitching staff dominated, striking out 24 batters without surrendering a run in either contest.

Piles of used tires wait to be loaded onto trucks Saturday afternoon at Reactor Field as part of a tire and electronics recycling drive. For a small fee, Columbia residents could dispose of unwanted items in the effort led by the Mid-Missouri Solid Waste Management District.

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Junior Megan Wilson spikes the ball past Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville seniors Kelsey Hubert and Mallory Clements on Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Wilson had six kills in Missouri's 3-0 win.

Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Libertarian nominee Teddy Fleck and Democratic nominee Sam Page participate in a Sept. 12 forum at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia. Constitution Party nominee James Rensing did not attend the forum.

MU students Tracy Edwards and Jaylyn Salmons attempt to remove graffiti from an alley near Seventh Street on Saturday. Karis Community Church sponsored the cleanup to prepare for the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival next weekend.

Sophomore Catie Wilson rises to hit the ball against Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville on Saturday at te Hearnes Center. The Tigers won the match 3-0 with game scores of 25-8, 25-21 and 25-22.

Sophomore outside hitter Julianna Klein directs the ball past Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville senior Samantha Schulte and sophomore Sydney Winslow on Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Klein led the Tigers with 11 kills.

Junior Lei Wang and sophomore Weiwen Wang go up for a block against Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville sophomore Sydney Winslow on Saturday at the Hearnes Center. The Tigers improved to 7-6 for the season.

Junior Megan Wilson spikes the ball past Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville seniors Kelsey Hubert and Mallory Clements on Saturday at the Hearnes Center. Wilson had six kills in MU's 3-0 win.

Junior third-baseman Gina Schneider smashes a single against North Central Missouri College on Saturday. The Tigers defeated NCC 15-0 and Meramec 14-0 in the second game of a doubleheader at University Field.

Freshman outfielder Jaydee Young steals second base Saturday at University Field. Young contributed 3 RBIs to the Tigers' 15-0 win over North Central Missouri College.

Freshman designated hitter Kristin Nottelmann bats against North Central Missouri College on Saturday at University Field. Nottelman had one run scored.

Freshman pitcher Chelsea Thomas releases the ball during MU's 15-0 win over North Central Missouri College on Saturday at University Field. Thomas had 10 strikeouts in four innings for the Tigers.

Columbia Fire Department Lt. Clayton Farr washes down Lt. Don Whitaker after a hazardous materials emergency response drill Thursday in East Campus.

Despite a successful textbook rental program in use at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, no departments at MU have shown interest. If such a program were to come to MU, only certain classes with large enrollments would likely be eligible.

Psychotherapist and social worker Jarod Giger speaks to legislative candidates during an open forum Wednesday night at the Boone County Government Center. The forum gave candidates a chance to voice their opinions about several issues related to health care and Medicaid.

Wearing suits to protect from hazardous material, Columbia firefighters Brint Roush and Don Whitaker attend to volunteer victim Roxanne Lambert at an emergency response exercise Thursday in East Campus. Several local police and fire departments as well as the Missouri National Guard participated in the drill.