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==Events==
 
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*[[1912]] - President [[Walter Merritt Riggs]] brings to light more than fifteen years of embezzlement from the college mess hall by steward [[August "Shorty" Schilletter]], hiring a private detective out of his own pocket so that no there will be no school financial records involved.
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*[[1912]] - President [[Walter Merritt Riggs]] brings to light more than fifteen years of embezzlement from the college mess hall by steward [[August "Shorty" Schilletter]], hiring a private detective out of his own pocket so that there will be no school financial records involved.
 
*[[1982]] - Former men's basketball Coach [[Tates Locke]], ([[1970]]-[[1975]]), publishes book, ''Caught in the Net'', giving his version of his involvement in the recruiting scandal that put the Clemson basketball program on probation in [[1975]].
 
*[[1982]] - Former men's basketball Coach [[Tates Locke]], ([[1970]]-[[1975]]), publishes book, ''Caught in the Net'', giving his version of his involvement in the recruiting scandal that put the Clemson basketball program on probation in [[1975]].
  
 
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Revision as of 15:46, 6 November 2006

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Events

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  • 1912 - President Walter Merritt Riggs brings to light more than fifteen years of embezzlement from the college mess hall by steward August "Shorty" Schilletter, hiring a private detective out of his own pocket so that there will be no school financial records involved.
  • 1982 - Former men's basketball Coach Tates Locke, (1970-1975), publishes book, Caught in the Net, giving his version of his involvement in the recruiting scandal that put the Clemson basketball program on probation in 1975.