xt7f4q7qp03k_5 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7f4q7qp03k/data/mets.xml https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7f4q7qp03k/data/1986ua024.dao.xml Townsend, William H.,  (William Henry), 1890-1964 0.44 Cubic feet 1 box The majority of materials in the William H. Townsend papers relate to the point-shaving scandal involving several University of Kentucky basketball players and the NCAA investigation into these allegations during 1951-1952. archival material English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. William H. Townsend papers Basketball Betting. Basketball players--Kentucky. College sports. Sanctions, administrative. Universities and colleges. Reply from Shelby Blatterman to Herman Donovan regarding different outlook on Bill Spivey case text Reply from Shelby Blatterman to Herman Donovan regarding different outlook on Bill Spivey case 2014 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7f4q7qp03k/data/1986ua024/1986ua024_1/1986ua024_1_2/1986ua024_1_2_8/1986ua024_01_02_08/1986ua024_01_02_08.pdf March 10, 1952 1952 March 10, 1952 section false xt7f4q7qp03k_5 xt7f4q7qp03k ` ‘ G O P Y  
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Heron 10, 1952. _
President H. L. Donovan `
‘_ Uulverelty or Kentucky
Lexlngton, Kentucky _
Deer President Donovan:
I received your letter e few deys pest concerning
the Blll Spivey oeee. I reed the letter e few tleee end
thought lt over. I reellze the lnoldente pertelnlng to 1
the beeketbell fix deeply hunllleted University Offlolele
end cnet e eueploloue cloud over pent teen pleyers ee e
well es the preeeut teen pleyere. 1
I know you ere buoy end thank you for taking your
time and wrltlng me in oooh detell. I received e letter
fron Gheney Everett eeklng me to drop by and talk with
hln about the Splvey oeee. I shell probebly do that but e
your letter rurnlehed plenty of lnforuetlon.
Your attitude which otated you could not overlook
thelr behavior but the Unlverslty could forgive them
personally impressed me ee being very felr ln dealing
with the matter under the olroumotancee. e
I hope the whole beekotbell picture eoon oleere
up and the New York Dletrlot Attorney cen work on eome-
thing else.
‘ /u/ Shelby w. Blewemee
Shelby W. Bletueru n