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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SSEY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEY
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Kentucky All-American
Faces Perjury Charge

ENERGETIC LEADER:
Trampoliner Hurst Captains Gymnasts

NEW YORK - OP) - The per-
jury trial of 7-foot William Spi-
vey, former all-America basket-
ball star at the University of Ken-
tucky, got underway Wednesday
but the state had a balky witness
even before the jury was picked.
Spivey, 23, is accused of lying
seven times before a grand jury
here, mainly in denying he talked
to anyone about "fixes" of the
All skiers and novices inter-
ested in a five day trip to Boyne
Mountain between semesters
may sign up with Nate New-
kirk at the Union lobby desk
between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to-
day. The trip is scheduled for
January 29 through February
3.
point spread in final scores off
Kentucky basketball games be-
fore or during the 1950-51 season.
* * *
GAMBLERS who bet on basket-
ball wager on the number of points
by which a team will win, rather
than make a straight bet as to the
winner.
The indictment charges that
Spivey talked over such matters
with Jack Zip West, convicted
gambler, and two Kentucky
teammates, Jim Line and Wal-
ter Hirsch.
Five jurors were selected late
Wednesday. But before a single
one had been picked the state had
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Army 70, Yale 67
Notre Dame 71, Purdue 55
Seton Hall 69, Fordham 62
Albion 102, Hillsdale 64
Adrian 67, Alma 65
Central Michigan 92, Ferris Institute
63
Lawrence Tech 86, Detroit Tech 59
Louisville 84, Loyola (Chicago) 61
Toledo 95, Hawaii 62
SERVICE with a SMILE
Collegiate Stvles

trouble with West, brought from
Auburn State Prison and slated to
be a witness.
WEST, SENTENCED to serve
two to three years after pleading
guilty to bribery and conspiracy
in basketball fixes, reportedly
balked Tuesday at testifying be-
fore a grand jury and was given
until today to think it over.'
Today a charge of contempt
of grand jury proceedings was
brought against West while he
protested that authorities had
no right to bring him into court.
"Why do I have to testify?" he
asked. "My case is settled and I'm
doing my time. What do I have to
do with this case? I take no sides.
What do I care if Bill Spivey is
guilty or not?"
** *
THE JUDGE, at the request of
West's attorney, permitted the
contempt proceedings to go over
until Thursday.
Spivey, whose home is at Macon,
Ga., was suspended from the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in December,
1951, after his name had been
mentioned in the basketball probe.

By GORDON MARS
Ability and determination.
These two words fit gymnast
Don Hurst to the letter. They are
exemplified by the fact that Hurst
has developed into one of the Big
Ten's finest trampoline men in
three seasons.
"Hurst came to Michigan as a
novice on the tramp and his great
improvement in this event is in-
dicative of his perseverance and
stick-to-itiveness," states gymnas-
tics coach Newt Loken.
GYMNASTICS seems to be a
family affair, for Hurst's father,
mother, sister and brother-in-law
are all accomplished gymnasts.
Hurst hails from Marquette, Mich-
igan, where his father is coach at
Northern Michigan College.
He is a veteran three-year
man, and captain of the team.
He was captain of the cheer-
leaders last year where he show-
ed his ability as a leader, with a
lot of spirit and energy.
A senior majoring in Physical
Education, Hurst hopes to obtain
his Master's degree and then go
on to a coaching position. Hurst

events, joining forces with Frank
Adams.
Last year's records show that
Hurst picked up two firsts, one
second, and four thirds in' Big
Ten competition. In addition, he
placed ninth in the final Big
Ten standings on the tramp,
meeting stiff competition in the
process.
Already this season Hurst has
shown his ability. In the first meet
against Indiana, Hurst placed first
in the trampoline and then went
on to take a second in the tumb-
ling event.
HIS ABILITY to get along with
people and his ability to promote
a co-operative team effort makes
him a natural leader. This can
also be attributed to his sincere
determination to win.
Hurst has continued to show his
improvement this season, and if
his present rate of development
continues, great things can be ex-
pected of him in his final. year of
varsity competition.
In the words of Coach Lokep,
"We are expecting great things
from him this year as captain and
as a competitor on the tramp."

DON HURST
... ability and determination
is married to a Michigan graduate
of last June. His wife is now
teaching Physical Education in an
elementary school in Ypsilanti.
* * *
THE TRAMPOLINE is not the
only interest on Hurst, for he is
expected to fill the shoes of grad-
uated Dune Erley in,the tumbling

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