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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 194;7

PA1~! ~rr THE MICHIEAX DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, fl*67

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Stars.(Sky),

Stars

(Sports)

and Doc

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By HOWARD KOHN
and CLARK NORTON
"O, thou art fairer than the
evening air
Clad in the beauty of a
thousand stars."
-Christopher Marlowe
It's a good thing Chris didn't
take Astro 112. It might have
cramped his style.
"The next time you go out on
a date and he says, 'There are a
thousand stars out tonight,' just
tell him that it's closer to 2500,"

venerable Doc Losh reminds her
students.
Doc Losh.
A triple-threat tiny tornado
with stars in her eyes-an Astro
prof, a freelance Michigan sports
public-relations girl and a campus
tradition.
Wally Weber, her pep-rally col-
league, contends, "Students con-
tinuaily flock to her classes, she's
a tremendous motivation force for
promoting enthusiasm and she's
a monument in the Michigan ath-
letic tradition. It's hard to beat
ingredients like that."
"I've always been interested in
y g ~ l

athletics," reminisces Doc. "I "Many faculty members don't teeming with hundreds of students.1
wasn't ever an athlete myself, of think highly of athletic tradition, Doc makes an all-out effort tok
course, even though I did roller But Doc Losh is sold on Mich- establish a personal relationship
skate as a little girl. igan's," Weber explains. with each. She often interruptsc
"But I'm not a sports analyst. "The University benefits when her own lectures to chide absen-r
I don't care much for pro sports, our teams win. Of course, winning tees, "I had a feeling that chap
and I don't know very much about at any cost isn't right, but the I would skip today.
the various plays. What keeps me Rose Bowl did encourage contri- "But, even with the studentss
interested are the Michigan stu- butions from the alumni," she who have problems in understand-t
dents involved," she explains. declares. ing Astro, I find very few who dis-c
"I think the athletes appreciate "Just let people have a losing like it." Part of the reason could t
it when someone cares about what team and look at all the criticism. be the professor.E
they're doing." Everyone becomes a Monday "I've always been interested in1
Indeed, they do. morning quarterback. What would teaching. When I was a little girl,
Last spring Ron Kramer and Michigan be without athletics?" r
Terry Barr presented a trophy, Not that she takes academics *Peclassificants!
honoring scholarship and sports- lightly. 441911
manship, to tennis captain Karl The 68-year-old whiz kid of the Doc Losh is not retiring! "I'll
Hendrick. The trophy, sponsored star set who's served on the Uni- have to retire some day, but it
by the 'M' club, was given in the versity faculty since 1927, is sec- won't be this year." Students c
name of Hazel Losh. retary-treasurer of Phi Beta may feel assured that if they
Kappa's Michigan chapter and the sign up for her Astro courses,
Both Kramer and Barr were East Central district. she will be there.s
students of Doc before going on "People don't realize how much '1
to football stardom in the pros. time I spend on activities like Phi I was always the teacher when v
"I'll never forget that she always Beta Kappa. They think I spend we played 'school,'" she recalls.
had time for a word of encourage- all my time at pep rallies," she "I've had to make the choice |
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hours in the day for me to do
both."
But she always has time to dis-
cuss her two main loves: astrono-
my and athletics.
UFO's?,
Last winter telephone callers be-
sieged her with queries about mul-
ti-nefarious UFO's. "Personally, I
don't believe in flying saucers. I
think they're a natural phenom-
enon. Of course, I may get picked
up by one sometime."
She doesn't believe in the space
race, either.
Maybe Now They'll Listen
"Why don't they let the moon
be. We have enough problems here
on earth. Wait'll they get motor
cycles up there."
Or girl cheerleaders down here.
"It would be too much like high
school to have girl cheerleaders.
The gymnasts are more in keeping
with the Michigan tradition."
That could be why innovations
like last fall's homecoming queen
cannot break the tradition of
Michigan's first queen-Doc Losh.

ment,S rememoers Barr.
Souvenirs

re

torts. between doing research and teach- c
Although her classes are always ing because there aren't enoughb

We Want Doc

Crammed into every niche in
her office are autographed re-
minders of past and present sport
eras, A hockey stick, a souvenir
football, a varsity jacket, a team
picture.
"There have always been fain-

Snow Stops Gym, Mat Shows

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DWARFED BY PILES OF PAPER, Doe Losh peers from behind
her desk on the eighth floor of the PA Building. The Doc spends
much of her time counseling her students and boosting pep rallies.

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NBA ROUNDUP:

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Celtics Overpower P
76ers Surge Past Ro

By The Associated Press
BOSTON-Sam Jones and John
Havlicek sparked a second-half
comeback and the Boston Celtics
streaked to their seventh straight
National Basketball Association
victory last night in defeating the
stubborn Detroit Pistons 112-106.
Jones hit for 15 points and
Havlicek for 14 as the Celtics ral-
lied from a 64-54 halftime deficit.
Jones, finished with 26 points and
Havlicek with 23.
The Pistons jumped off to a
32-20 first-period lead as the Cel-
tics managed only a pair of field
goals by Jones in the first eight
minutes. Boston connected on just
six of 27 floor shots in the first
12 minutes and then began the
game of catch up.
Boston went ahead for the first
time, 83-82, on Don Nelson's tip
in with two minutes left in the
third period. The lead was ex-
changed until Jones hit on a jump
shot, breaking a 101-101 tie with
just under five minutes to play.
The Celtics promptly pulled
away for their fourth victory in
seven meetings with the Pistons.
Eddie Miles and Dave Bing top-
ped Detroit scorers with 21 points{
each. Player-coach Dave Debus-
scherer contributed 19.
Wilt' Dunks Royals
PHILADELPHIA -Wilt Cham-
berlain, who took only four shots
in the first three quarters, led a
rally in the final 12 minutes that.
carried the Philadelphia 76ers to
to a 110-107 National Basketball
Association victory over the Cin-
cinnati Royals last night.
Chamberlain appeared satisfied
merely to hand the ball off in
the early going although he had
many opportunities to drive, to-
ward the basket.
With their 7-foot-i ace inactive
from the field, the 76ers blew a
15-point lead as Oscar Robertson
led the Royals to a 98-95 advan-

tage with 4:16 remaining to play.I
Chamberlain, who scored 12 of
his 17 points in the final quarter,
collected eight of the 76ers' last
15 points.
He tied the game at 98 with 3:05
to go, dunked a basket to deadlock
it at 100 after Robertson had
given the Royals a two-point edge
and sent the 76ers ahead 101-100
wit ha free throw at the 2:11
mark.
After Jon McGlockin tied it
again at 101, Wally Jones drove
for the basket and put in a field
goal that sent the 76ers ahead to
stay.
Gal Greer, with 25 points and
Jones, with 25, led the Philadel-
phia offense, while Robertson, who
hit on 14 on 27 from the field and
11 of 12 from the foul line, wound
up with 39 points.
The victory was the 21st in the
last 23 games for Philadelphia,

ous athletes in my classes," beams
Doc. "And many of them come Phip and Chip Fuller were going with Illinois and Iowa as for- mat all-star match. The event,
back to see me fom time to time." to perform stunts never before at- midable challengers for the West- to be sponsored by the Amateur
While in Pasadena for the 1965 tempted in floor exercise. Dick ern Conference title. The Mich- Wrestling Coaches' Association,
Rose Bowl, she had a chance to Richards was going to do likewise Iigan State meet will take place will be the first East-West all-
return a visit to the radio studio on the parallel bars. at Ann Arbor Feb. 15, and as star tournament. Only seniors will
of Tom Harmon-another former If it hadn't been for a 24-inch Loken puts it, "All our efforts are be eligible for the tournament, to
Astro student. snow blanket on the Windy City, being directed toward preparing be held on April 8, after the reg-
these three gymnasts could have for the Spartans; we'll have to be ular NCAA national championship
tried out their new routines to- in peak condition, for they have tournament,
day. The University of Illinois'Ialready demonstrated their tie- Keen said of his appointment,
Chicago branch had been sched- mendous ability in all events." "It is a wonderful honor."
uled to compete against the Wol- Video Aid In additon to Keen, Gerald
verines this afternoon at 1:30, but In order to aid the Wolverines' Kehman of Lehigh will coach the
the unexpected deluge put a halt preparation, Loken obtained a contingent.
to any plans for reaching Ann Videocorder, which enables him Harold Nichols of Iowa State,
is to n s Arbor. to film each man as he goes a product of Keen's coaching, and
Coach Newt Loken had hoped through his routine, and then im- Myron Roderick of Oklahoma
to use several freshmen in the mediately replay the tape. This State will handle the chores for
meet as he had done against enables both coach and gymnast the western squad.
oy a ls Western Michigan a week ago. to catch any flaws in the per- Cs
Newcomers Jim D)e Boo on the formance, and hopefully will lead CHICAGO -A basketballdou-
side horse, Ron Rapper on par- to a smoother and more precise ! bleheader featuring top-ranked
who on Tuesday had their 36- sUCLA and scheduled for the Chi-
game home court winning streak allel bars and Charlie Froeming routine. Stadium last night was post-
on rings had all performed bril-' Due to today's cancellation, the! cago Saimls ih a ot
slashed by the Boston Celtics, liantly against the Broncos com- next Wolverine meet will take poned until tomorrow afternoon.
Philadelphia boosted its fantastic ngaway with first place finishes. place two weeks from today, Feb. Brigham Y o u n g University,
Eastern Division-leading record to Seek Record 10 at 3:30 p.m. The opponent will which was scheduled to play Chi-
47-5 as it beat the Royals for the Constantly working for improve- be Eastern Michigan, a squad cap- ago Loyola, was enroute to Chi-
fourth time in five games this ment Loken had set another goal able of scoring from 170-180. cago from Detroit by train.
season for this meet. Were seeking a UCLA will meet Illinois at 2:30
7-1191 total score since the highest The wrestling match scheduled p.m. tomorrow, preceded by the
P o Standin g - score registered in this year's col- 'for today between Michigan and Brigham Young-Loyola game.
legiate competition is a 190.9 by !Minnesota in Minneapolis has UCLA arrived in Chicago after
Eastern Dvslon Pct the perenialy strong Southern been called off. Coach Cliff Keen being detoured by the violent
Philadelphia 47 5 .904 - Illinois squad." and his matmen were not able to snowstorm which caked Chicago
Boston 37 12 .755 S' The Salukis, last year's NCAA get an airline flight to Minnesota with 24 inches of snow.
New York 25 28 .472 2212 champions, compiled this score in because of the current blizzard Tonight's games between the
Cincinnati 21 27 .438 24fortashsntbe ps-{
x-Baltimore 12 42 6.222' 3 a meet last weekend with Mich- conditions throughout the mid- four teams has not been post-
Western Division igan State. The Spartans, hitting west. poned.
x-San Francisco 32 18 .640 - their routines in exceptional fash- The meet has tentatively been
St. Louis 2?28 .440 z0 SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
Chicago 22 34 .393 13 ion, racked up a hefty 190.2 points cancelled, with only a slight pos- DAVE WEIR
Detroit 20 32 .385 13 to fall only .7 of a point off sibility that it will be rescheduled.
Los Angeles 19 31 .380 13 Southern's pace. Wolverine mentor Keen hasĀ®
x-Late game not included. Before the start of the Big Ten been selected to be one of the
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KICK
f -GORDIE HOWE,
the National Hockey League's all-
time scoring king, was named the
second winner of the Lester Pat-
rick Trophy yesterday for out-
standing contribution to hockey in
the United States.
Howe, who has scored 703 goals
in 21 seasons with the DETROIT
RED WINGS, was the unanimous
choice of a six-man selection com-
mittee headed by NHL President
Clarence Campbell.
The 38-year-old right-winger
will receive the trophy at the
second annual Lester Patrick
Award Dinner in New-York
Feb. 20.

Philadelphia 110, Cincinnati 107
Boston 112, Detroit 106
Baltimore at San Francisco (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Boston at New York
Chicago at Detroit
Baltimore at Los Angeles
TOMORROW'S GAMES
New York at Boston

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rated MSU along coaches in an all-new post-season
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Yost Field House was pretty
quiet last night until 6:45 p.m.
when Ron Shortt, a Michigan pole
vaulter, set a new freshman rec-
ord by vaulting 14'7". Due to lack
of competition the rest of the re-
sults included no new recordĀ§. Of
the 49 groups scheduled, only
Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green,
Pioneer Track . Club, Hill Park,
and the Wolverines were repre-
sented.
Shortt won the pole vault at
14'4", and then decided to try
14'7". He quit after 14'7" so he
could participate in tonight's var-
sitR meet. Shortt, last year's Mich-
igan state high school pole vault-
Ing champion, had previously
vaulted 14'5" for his personal high.
The old meet record was set by

Carl Watkins last year by vaulting
14'2". In the shotput, Geoffrey
Petrasek, another "M" frosh, miss-
ed' the old record by five inches
when he put the shot 49'7".
Two Michigan milers, Ken How
and Gary Gold, ran an extremely
close race as How edged out Gold
in the stretch. Their times were
4:19.5 and 4:20.6, respectively.
Sprinter Solomon Esbie showed
great promise in the 60-yard dash.
Solomon's time of 6.4 seconds may
not seem overly impressive, but the
Wolverine coaches believe he can
do better against tougher compe-
tition.
All of last night's action was
confined to the freshman and nov-
ice division. The varsity relays get
underway this afternoon at 1:30.

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