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- 1902: The faculty senate meets to adjudicate several disciplinary cases. A cadet who was absent without leave is given extra guard duty as a punishment, and the senate similarly reprimands a cadet who disobeyed an order that could have destroyed an expensive motor. R.N. Brackett had reported cadet E. Allison Thornwell to the faculty senate for taking test tubes in a chemistry lab from a storecase without permission. The student maintains that he has done nothing wrong as he was not attempting to remove the glassware from the lab but merely using it for an experiment. The faculty votes, 15-13, to suspend Cadet Thornwell for the rest of the semester. Interestingly, Brackett, and fellow chemistry professor Mark Bernard Hardin vote against the motion.
- 1934: Jim Phillips, future voice of the Tigers, is born at 1:30 a.m. at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio to Eleanor and James Phillips, Sr. (Phillips, Jim and Tysiac, Ken, "Still Roaring - Jim Phillip's Life in Broadcasting", Sports Publishing L.L.C., Champaign, Illinois, ISBN 1-58261-946-8, pages 1-3.)
- 1945: Life magazine publishes photo of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's funeral train passing through Clemson, en route from Warm Springs, Georgia to Washington, D.C.
- 1978 - Sponsored by the Clemson Area Jaycees, the Hoxie Brothers Great American Circus makes its first appearance in Clemson, one of its two units touring the country. Performances at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the Old Dairy Barn on Perimeter Road, with $3 admission for adults, $2 for children; advance tickets available at Payless Drugs, Clemson Drugs, Lynch's Drugs, Thriftway Grocery in Pendleton or through any Jaycee. Funds raised go to the Jaycees' support of Camp Hope as well as their current attempt to create a civic park in the area between the Astro 3 theatre and the South Carolina National Bank.
- 2006: The Clemson Players present Sincerely in the Brooks Center Bellamy Theatre, $10 for adults, $5 for students. Performances at 8 p.m., April 18-22, and 3 p.m., April 22-23.
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