April 10

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  • 1868: L. A. Sease born. He will serve as a member of the Board of Trustees, 1900-1907, and as an assistant professor of English at Clemson Agricultural College, September 1908-December 1923.
  • 1914: Clemson baseball travels to Macon GA for a 7-3 win over Mercer. The Tigers were off to a 4-1 start and would win 16 games in the 1914 season, a win total which would not be surpassed until 1950. Coach Thomas Robertson would go on to complete his one season as Clemson baseball coach with a .727 win percentage, which is still 4th highest in program history (behind John Heisman, Frank Howard and Randy Hinson).
  • 1978: Seventeen Democratic candidates seeking statewide office converge on the Clemson campus, sponsored by the Clemson Young Democrats, and speak to a crowd of about 250 students on the Union Plaza. Senate candidate Charles "Pug" Ravenel, and gubernatorial candidates Richard "Dick" Riley and Tom Turnipseed lead off stump speeches.
  • 2006: Performance by the the CU Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. in the Brooks Center, adults $5, students free.

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