May 31

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  • May 29, 1931-June 1, 1931: Finals Dance.
  • 1977: Clemson athletic officials announce the university will field women's volleyball for the first time in the fall of 1977. Grace Lyles is named the Lady Tigers' first coach. ("Clemson: Where The Tigers Play", by Sam Blackman, Bob Bradley and Chuck Kriese, Sports Publishing, L.L.C., 2001, page 195).
  • 1990: The NCAA places the Clemson football program on one year's probation after an investigation finds that two players received money, but the Tigers dodge serious sanctions that could have included a ban on postseason play and television. "We're glad to get it behind us," athletic director Bobby Robinson said. "It's been tough on a lot of people." The NCAA Committee on Infractions found that on at least two occasions in the fall of 1985, an athlete received and distributed cash payments of $50 and $70 to a teammate. (Associated Press, "Clemson on probation", The Journal-News, Seneca, South Carolina, Friday 1 June 1990, page D3.)
  • 2006: Following the tragic murder of Civil Engineering student Tiffany Marie Souers, the University police have increased patrols in the residence halls, and they hold an information session on personal safety and security on Wednesday, May 31, at 7 p.m. in Hendrix Student Center ballroom A-B. The case draws national attention, being featured on cable news discussion programs.

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