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CLEMSON COMMUNITY NOT HAPPY ABOUT SELLING BEER ON SUNDAYS
Published June 29, 1995
The fact that the NFL Panthers want to sell beer on Sunday during their games at Clemson University's stadium has "stirred passions" in the college community. The Panthers will play their inaugural season at Clemson while their Charlotte stadium is completed. On Monday, Administrative Law Judge Ralph Anderson granted vendor Volume Services permits to sell beer at Panthers exhibition games in Clemson on August 12 and 26, both Saturday games. The judge is yet to rule on allowing beer during Sunday games. Also, the Clemson City Council set a public vote for July 25 on allowing the sale of alcohol on Sundays outside the stadium (AP/TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE, 6/29).