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*[[1933]]: WFBC-AM radio begins broadcasting at 1200 Kilocycles from a transmitter located on E. Faris Road in [[Greenville]].  The original antenna is a copper wire strung between two creosoted poles. Signal strength is 250 Watts daytime.
 
*[[1933]]: WFBC-AM radio begins broadcasting at 1200 Kilocycles from a transmitter located on E. Faris Road in [[Greenville]].  The original antenna is a copper wire strung between two creosoted poles. Signal strength is 250 Watts daytime.
 
*[[1945]]: Graduation held. Mothers' Day observed.
 
*[[1945]]: Graduation held. Mothers' Day observed.
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*[[1977]]: In the first round of the NCAA South Regional in Coral Gables, with the game tied 7-all in the bottom of the 9th,  Bill Foley hammers a walkoff HR to beat Ole Miss 8-7. The Tigers would win the Regional and go on to make their 4th trip to the College World Series.
 
*[[2007]]: The [[Oconee Community Theatre]] presents ''Harvey'' at 3 p.m. For info, call 864-882-1910.  
 
*[[2007]]: The [[Oconee Community Theatre]] presents ''Harvey'' at 3 p.m. For info, call 864-882-1910.  
  

Latest revision as of 13:01, 20 May 2019

May 20 in Clemson History

  • 1933: WFBC-AM radio begins broadcasting at 1200 Kilocycles from a transmitter located on E. Faris Road in Greenville. The original antenna is a copper wire strung between two creosoted poles. Signal strength is 250 Watts daytime.
  • 1945: Graduation held. Mothers' Day observed.
  • 1977: In the first round of the NCAA South Regional in Coral Gables, with the game tied 7-all in the bottom of the 9th, Bill Foley hammers a walkoff HR to beat Ole Miss 8-7. The Tigers would win the Regional and go on to make their 4th trip to the College World Series.
  • 2007: The Oconee Community Theatre presents Harvey at 3 p.m. For info, call 864-882-1910.



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