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Pictures of the Week: October 10-16, 2016

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Monday Memories: Getting her picture taken is an auspicious occasion for any young lady, and Louise, a chimpanzee at the Toledo Zoo, reacts with a big smile. But the Blade's photographer was incidental to this scene. John Sinkovic, X-ray technician at St. Vincent's Hospital, shown with Louise, was at the zoo to X-ray several of the chimps. He'll use the film in a display later this month at the annual convention of the Ohio Society of X-ray Technicians, showing the similarity of X-rays of children and chimps. Toledo Blade file photo by Dick Greene dated Sept. 13, 1961

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As seen as part of the downtown Toledo skyline, Construction on the ProMedica downtown headquarters continues on October 10, 2016.

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GlassHacks, a 24 hour hackathon, hosted at Maumee Valley Country Day School, in Toledo, Ohio on October 15, 2016. In the event, teams of students (experienced and beginner) work together to build cool projects in both software and hardware. Rob Franco, Principal Program Manager, SharePoint & OneDrive for Business, Microsoft, speaking to the participants and mentors at the start of the event. Franco is a 1993 graduate of Maumee Valley Country Day School who now lives in Seattle.

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On October 15, 2016, Myla Nelson, 8, left, and Abby Karakas, 7, cheer during the University of Toledo Edward C. and Helen G. Schmakel Homecoming Parade in Toledo, Ohio.

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The Sylvania Fall Festival in Sylvania, Ohio on October 16, 2016. The parade was cancelled due to the inclement weather. Lisa Hamid, left, helps her daughter Sarah Hamid, 6, whose umbrella has flipped. Behind Sarah is her sister Sadie Hamid, 6. The Hamid family lives in Sylvania.

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The Sylvania Fall Festival in Sylvania, Ohio on October 16, 2016. The parade was cancelled due to the inclement weather. Umbrellas were the order of the day shortly before the parade was scheduled to begin.

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Firefighters respond to a house explosion on the 2500 block of E. Harbor Rd. in Port Clinton, Ohio October 14.

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Striking workers, including Abbool Rohoman, center, walk the line outside of the Libbey, Inc. factory Friday, October 14, 2016, in north Toledo. About 750 members from two of Libbey, Inc.'s four labor unions went on strike Wednesday. Glass Molders Plastics Local 59 and International Association of Machinists Lodge 105 are on strike.

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Eowyn Montgomery, 4, of Gibsonburg, hugs a group of pumpkins at the check-out counter while spending the afternoon at Fleitz Pumpkin Farm in Oregon on October 12, 2016.

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Drake Hoover, 4, rolled his chosen pumpkin, a green stripped one, down to his mother's cart Wednesday, October 12, 2016, at Johnston Fruit Farms in Swanton. As Halloween approaches families are on starting their own pumpkin hunts.

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Children, seen through a window, participate in the exhibit "LEGOÆ Brick Architecture: Sky High Science," which opened on October 8th at the Imagination Station on October 11, 2016.

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Fair warning is posted on the second floor of an apartment building on Evansdale Avenue near Bancroft Street in Toledo, Ohio on October 10, 2016.

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Jorge Gonzales, 11, left, sits with Melvin Johnson, 11 before he leaves for football practice on 3rd street in East Toledo on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016.

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A husky and a boxer peek over the railing of a porch on the corner of 3rd St. and Steadman St. in East Toledo on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016.

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Angie Farmer, of Toledo, takes pictures of the seagulls as she walks along the coastline in Maumee Bay State Park on October 10, 2016.

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Seagulls take flight in Maumee Bay State Park on October 10, 2016.

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Total Package Girl, a teen and pre-teen girl confidence and leadership brand based in Toledo, Ohio, sponsors this first of its kind Girl Leadership Summit for girls ages 11 – 17, women, and mentors, at the Peristyle at the Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, Ohio on October 16, 2016. Susan Hagemeyer is an education major at Bowling Green State University who graduated from Sylvania Southview High School.

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Lark & Lupine workers plant spirea, yews, roses, and perennials outside of a former Carnegie Library in south Toledo, Ohio on October 13, 2016. The building was sold by the Land Bank to ProMedica, which is leasing the building for free to Compassion Health Toledo. Navi Saucedo, left, Molly Wilbarger, and Maggie Schilb, all of Toledo, dig holes for shrubs.

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The Findlay High School cheer leaders lead the football team out on to the field before the first half of the football game against Central Catholic High School at Donnell Stadium in Findlay, Ohio on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Central Catholic would go on to win 28-7

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Central Catholic defensive back Michael Edwards Jr. tips a pass out of the hands of Findlay High School wide receiver Adam Gutting in the first half.

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Bowsher High School player Eric mordant (21) breaks up a pass intended for Waite High School player Anthony Huff (6) during their football game at Bowsher High School, Thursday, October 13, 2016. Bowsher would hold on to victory 33-28.

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Woodward cross country runner Daivonn Williams keeps warm with a blanket as he walks with teammate Trinity Allen during the City League cross country meet at Collins Park in Toledo, Ohio. Allen was the sole runner for the girl's team.

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On Tuesday, ctober 11, 2016, St. Johns' Brady Ryan kicks the ball during the soccer game against Findlay at Findlay High School in Findlay, Ohio. THE BLADE/LORI KING

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Port Clinton SB Donte McClure (4) scores a touchdown against Clyde during a football game Friday, October 14, 2016, in Port Clinton, Ohio. Port Clinton would win 27-21.

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Port Clinton head coach Beau Carmon questions a call during a football game against Clyde.

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Clyde head coach Ryan Carter argues a call during a football game against Port Clinton.

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Findlay High School running back D'on Stinson regains his balance after Central Catholic linebacker Derick Daniels grabs at his lower legs.

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St. Ursula's Mariah Paulette (17) spikes the ball against Notre Dame's Ally Speweik (2)during the TRAC volleyball championship Thursday, October 13, 2016, in Toledo, Ohio.

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Notre Dame players react to defeating St. Ursula to win the TRAC volleyball championship Thursday, October 13, 2016, in Toledo, Ohio.

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University of Toledo TE Michael Roberts (80) scores a touchdown against Bowling Green State University defender Tavaraus Wade (24) during the first quarter of a football game Saturday, October 15, 2016, a the Glass Bowl in Toledo, Ohio. The Rockets would defeat the Falcons, 42-35

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Woodward High School player Marcellus Hunt (4) is tackled by Start High School player Jahneil Douglas (62).

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Start High School players surroung running back Stephon Watson to celebrate after defeating Woodward High School in overtime during their football game at Start High School, Friday, October 14, 2016.

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Students sit on the University of Toledo entrance wall to watch the Edward C. and Helen G. Schmakel Homecoming Parade in Toledo, Ohio on October 15.

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Battle of I-75 float during the University of Toledo Edward C. and Helen G. Schmakel Homecoming Parade.

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University of Toledo freshman Jordan Welty, Toledo, center, and other students cheer on the Rockets against Bowling Green State University during their football game at the Glass Bowl in Toledo, Saturday, October 15, 2016.

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University of Toledo player Michael Roberts (80) holds the Battle of I-75 trophy as he and teammates DeJuan Rogers (23) and Delando Johnson (7) celebrate after the Rockets defeated Bowling Green State University 42-35 during their football game at the Glass Bowl.

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Bowling Green State University player Marquis Zimmerman (87) makes a hard cutback to the end zone for a touchdown.

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Bowling Green State University WR Marquis Zimmerman (87) dives into the end zone to score the touchdown.

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University of Toledo player Michael Roberts (80) celebrates after catching a pass from Logan Woodside (11) for a touchdown.

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