Dr. Milton Hodosh
Hometown: Providence, RI
Team: Football

Dr. Milton Hodosh '50
Hometown: Providence, RI
Sport: Football
Year Inducted: 1973
Other Sports Played: Track & Field

Dr. Milton Hodosh '50, one of the finest linebackers in Brown football history, was a starter in every game during his four varsity seasons. He also was a pulling guard for Coach Rip Engle and was a member of the 7-2 and 8-1 teams in 1948 and 1949. At Hope High in Providence, Hodosh won All-State honors in football and track. While in the service, he played at Sampson Naval Station under Coach Bear Bryant, and at St Mary's Pre-Flight on a team that included quarterback Frankie Albert of Stanford, fullback Steve "Six-Yard" Sitko of Notre Dame, and Len Eshmont of Fordham. During his Brown years he was All-East, All-New England, and honorable mention All-American. Hodosh set a University javelin record with a toss of 197-9, finished second in the IC4A's, and took the New Englands three times. A 1954 graduate of Tufts Dental School, Dr. Hodosh, who is a member of the Brown faculty, has won national attention for his experiments with implanting artificial teeth.