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- 1915: "For ten days, beginning Monday, Sept. 20, a protracted meeting will be in progress at Clemson. The pastors of the four churches are working together to make this the greatest revival ever held on our campus. These good men have secured the services of Dr. E. K. Hardin, of Washington, D. C., to do the preaching. Dr. Hardin is a naitve [sic] South Carolinian, having graduated at Wofford some years ago. While in college, Dr. Hardin won a S. C. I. A. A. medal, and his preaching is not at all the kind that puts you to sleep. He has had great success preaching to college men and will give you something to think about if you will only hear him. Come, lets go to preaching at the Methodist church every afternoon and again in Chapel every evening." (The Tiger, "Union Meeting Now On", 21 September 1915, Volume Xi, Number 1, page 1.)
- 1930: A crowd of 3,500 watch the Clemson Tigers defeat the Presbyterian Blue Stockings, 28-7 on Riggs Field, under cloudy skies and frequent rain showers.
- 1941: In Clemson home opener, Presbyterian actually scores for the first time in six meetings, but still loses to the Tigers, 41-12.
- 1952: Annual opening game doormat, Presbyterian, goes down again, 53-13, in night game in Memorial Stadium.
- 1954: Cadets occupy Section B of Johnstone Hall for the first time. The newly completed section was cleaned, and furniture installed over the weekend. (The Tiger, "Dormitory Section B To Open Next Week", Thursday 16 September 1954, Volume XLVII, Number 2, page 1.)
- 1958: Eighteenth-ranked Tigers open home season with a 20-15 win over Virginia.
- 1975: Clemson roadtrips to play at Alabama. Tiger fans begin to drink heavily by halftime as Jim Phillips broadcasts the 0-56 debacle over WFBC radio. A bumper sticker circulating that week that reads "The Day the Tide Died" is seen altered to either "The Day the Tigers Died" or "The Day the Tide Died Laughing".
- 1975: Kenny Loggins & Jim Messina perform in Littlejohn Coliseum, at 8 p.m. Tix are $4.50 for general admission and $6.25 for floor, available in Harcombe and Schilletter dining halls and at the Union during the afternoon.
- 1977: Student Senate run-off elections held.
- 1997: The Tigers lose to Florida State in Death Valley, 28-35. Greenville Memorial Auditorium is razed.
- 2007: Girl Scout Membership Recruitment for girls ages 5-17 and a parent/guardian at La France Elementary School, 6:00 p.m.
- September 19-September 20, 2007: Career fair held at Littlejohn Coliseum.
- 2007: The Clemson - Virginia Tech football game scheduled for October 6 at Clemson Memorial Stadium is sold out. Clemson Ticket Manager Travis Furbee made the announcement on Thursday. It is the second sellout so far this year. Clemson's opener with Florida State sold out in the summer. Kickoff time for the Virginia Tech game should be announced on Monday, September 24. Tickets remain for Clemson's Homecoming game with Central Michigan on October 20 and November games with Wake Forest (November 10) and Boston College (November 17). The official seating capacity for Clemson Memorial Stadium is now 81,750.
- 2008: Clemson defeats South Carolina State, 54-0, in Death Valley. The Clemson Wiki main page tallies its 58,000th hit. Former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and a popular disc jockey were critically injured in a Learjet crash in South Carolina that killed four people, authorities said Saturday. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the plane carrying six people was departing shortly before midnight Friday when air traffic controllers reporting seeing sparks. The plane went off a runway and crashed on a nearby road, she said. Hospital spokeswoman Beth Frits said Barker and DJ AM, whose real name is Adam Goldstein, were in critical condition at a burn center in Augusta, Ga., about 75 miles southwest of Columbia. Two other passengers and two crewmembers died, said the National Transportation Safety Board. Their identities were not immediately available.
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