Difference between revisions of "June 14"

From ClemsonWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m
Line 6: Line 6:
 
*[[1974]]: [[The Midnight Man]] is released nationally by Universal Pictures.
 
*[[1974]]: [[The Midnight Man]] is released nationally by Universal Pictures.
 
*[[1988]]: Two Bishopville brothers are arrested by Clemson city police and charged with murder and arson in connection with fires set May 30 that killed a Clemson graduate student. Alaric Wayne Hunt, 18, and Jason Hugh Dinalt Hunt, 19, each are charged with one count of murder and one count of first-degree arson after a fire at a Forest Hills apartment building took the life of Joyce Austin, a graduate student majoring in Food Science. The brothers have also been charged with first-degree arson in connection with a nearly simultaneous blaze at [[Calhoun Mansion]].  Damage to the mansion was limited to the building's parlor and two exterior walls by automatic sprinklers. Clemson city police believe the fires were intentionally set  to divert attention from a burglary at [[Clemson Jewelers]], during which three boxes of rings were taken. City Police Chief Johnson Link said the arrests came as a result of a tip received by authorities from an undisclosed source. ([[The Tiger]], Friday, August 26, 1988, Volume 82, Number 1, page 1, by Andrew Cauthen, news editor.)
 
*[[1988]]: Two Bishopville brothers are arrested by Clemson city police and charged with murder and arson in connection with fires set May 30 that killed a Clemson graduate student. Alaric Wayne Hunt, 18, and Jason Hugh Dinalt Hunt, 19, each are charged with one count of murder and one count of first-degree arson after a fire at a Forest Hills apartment building took the life of Joyce Austin, a graduate student majoring in Food Science. The brothers have also been charged with first-degree arson in connection with a nearly simultaneous blaze at [[Calhoun Mansion]].  Damage to the mansion was limited to the building's parlor and two exterior walls by automatic sprinklers. Clemson city police believe the fires were intentionally set  to divert attention from a burglary at [[Clemson Jewelers]], during which three boxes of rings were taken. City Police Chief Johnson Link said the arrests came as a result of a tip received by authorities from an undisclosed source. ([[The Tiger]], Friday, August 26, 1988, Volume 82, Number 1, page 1, by Andrew Cauthen, news editor.)
*[[2006]]: Dean [[Walter T. Cox]], president emiritus, falls at his home in Clemson while dismounting the Star Spangled Banner at the end of Flag Day, and is injured.  He will pass on [[June 28]] in a Greenville hospital.
+
*[[2006]]: Dean [[Walter T. Cox]], president emeritus, falls at his home in Clemson while dismounting the Star Spangled Banner at the end of Flag Day, and is injured.  He will pass on [[June 28]] in a Greenville hospital.
 
*[[2008]]: The Clemson Wiki Main Page tallies hit 51,000. Also, this month, the website scores its one millionth page view!
 
*[[2008]]: The Clemson Wiki Main Page tallies hit 51,000. Also, this month, the website scores its one millionth page view!
  

Revision as of 12:41, 14 June 2019

Wikipedia's article on June 14.

Events

Template:JuneCalendar2019

  • 1953: The seven charter members meet in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws is adopted and they take the official name of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
  • 1974: The Midnight Man is released nationally by Universal Pictures.
  • 1988: Two Bishopville brothers are arrested by Clemson city police and charged with murder and arson in connection with fires set May 30 that killed a Clemson graduate student. Alaric Wayne Hunt, 18, and Jason Hugh Dinalt Hunt, 19, each are charged with one count of murder and one count of first-degree arson after a fire at a Forest Hills apartment building took the life of Joyce Austin, a graduate student majoring in Food Science. The brothers have also been charged with first-degree arson in connection with a nearly simultaneous blaze at Calhoun Mansion. Damage to the mansion was limited to the building's parlor and two exterior walls by automatic sprinklers. Clemson city police believe the fires were intentionally set to divert attention from a burglary at Clemson Jewelers, during which three boxes of rings were taken. City Police Chief Johnson Link said the arrests came as a result of a tip received by authorities from an undisclosed source. (The Tiger, Friday, August 26, 1988, Volume 82, Number 1, page 1, by Andrew Cauthen, news editor.)
  • 2006: Dean Walter T. Cox, president emeritus, falls at his home in Clemson while dismounting the Star Spangled Banner at the end of Flag Day, and is injured. He will pass on June 28 in a Greenville hospital.
  • 2008: The Clemson Wiki Main Page tallies hit 51,000. Also, this month, the website scores its one millionth page view!


June 13 June June 15