Letter from Bill Spivey to Herman Donovan proclaiming innocence in point-shaving incident and asking to be considered ineligible for play
- December 24, 1951
- 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.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Basketball Betting.
- Basketball players--Kentucky.
- College sports.
- Sanctions, administrative.
- Universities and colleges.
- University of Kentucky
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