Difference between revisions of "August"

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*[[1946]]: The revival of [[TAPS]] for the first edition since wartime conditions caused its lapse in 1943, is threatened when only 450 cadets sign up for portraits, 35 percent of the enrollment.  
 
*[[1946]]: The revival of [[TAPS]] for the first edition since wartime conditions caused its lapse in 1943, is threatened when only 450 cadets sign up for portraits, 35 percent of the enrollment.  
 
*[[2005]]: [[Tiger Band]] adopts new jumpsuit with reversible tunic uniform.  For the first time, the uniform is dyed in proper [[Northwestern purple]], the official shade of the Clemson colors.
 
*[[2005]]: [[Tiger Band]] adopts new jumpsuit with reversible tunic uniform.  For the first time, the uniform is dyed in proper [[Northwestern purple]], the official shade of the Clemson colors.
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*[[2006]]: Work is completed late in the month on the new [[WSBF]] transmission tower, replacing one that failed after a lightning strike in [[December]] [[2005]].
  
 
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Revision as of 05:05, 9 November 2006

Wikipedia's article on August.

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Events

  • 1890: Dr. H.A. Strode arrives at Clemson from the University of Mississippi.
  • 1946: The revival of TAPS for the first edition since wartime conditions caused its lapse in 1943, is threatened when only 450 cadets sign up for portraits, 35 percent of the enrollment.
  • 2005: Tiger Band adopts new jumpsuit with reversible tunic uniform. For the first time, the uniform is dyed in proper Northwestern purple, the official shade of the Clemson colors.
  • 2006: Work is completed late in the month on the new WSBF transmission tower, replacing one that failed after a lightning strike in December 2005.


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