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==Events==
 
==Events==
  
*[[1930]]: "[[The Tiger]]" reports that 1,307 students have reported to the Registrar's office for matriculation, of which, 500 are new students, the largest incoming class, and six are graduate students.  
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*[[1930]]: "[[The Tiger]]" reports that 1,307 students have reported to the Registrar's office for matriculation, of which, 500 are new students, the largest incoming class, and six are graduate studentks.  
 
*[[1930]]: [[Capt. P.T. Heffner]], of the of the College Military Department, is added to the Tiger coaching squad as line coach. Capt. Heffner attended Colorado College, graduating in [[1916]]. He subsequently studied under Pop Warner, Knute Rockne, and Dick Hanley, and thus became familiar with the three major styles of football now in use. ("[[The Tiger]]", [[September 17]], [[1930]], Volume XXVI, Number 1, page 1). Pete Heffner would work with the backs for three years, [[1930]]-[[1932]]. (Clemson 2006 Tiger Football media guide, page 175).
 
*[[1930]]: [[Capt. P.T. Heffner]], of the of the College Military Department, is added to the Tiger coaching squad as line coach. Capt. Heffner attended Colorado College, graduating in [[1916]]. He subsequently studied under Pop Warner, Knute Rockne, and Dick Hanley, and thus became familiar with the three major styles of football now in use. ("[[The Tiger]]", [[September 17]], [[1930]], Volume XXVI, Number 1, page 1). Pete Heffner would work with the backs for three years, [[1930]]-[[1932]]. (Clemson 2006 Tiger Football media guide, page 175).
  

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Events

  • 1930: "The Tiger" reports that 1,307 students have reported to the Registrar's office for matriculation, of which, 500 are new students, the largest incoming class, and six are graduate studentks.
  • 1930: Capt. P.T. Heffner, of the of the College Military Department, is added to the Tiger coaching squad as line coach. Capt. Heffner attended Colorado College, graduating in 1916. He subsequently studied under Pop Warner, Knute Rockne, and Dick Hanley, and thus became familiar with the three major styles of football now in use. ("The Tiger", September 17, 1930, Volume XXVI, Number 1, page 1). Pete Heffner would work with the backs for three years, 1930-1932. (Clemson 2006 Tiger Football media guide, page 175).


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