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MacDonald Signs Pact with Black Ha
BY DAVE ANDREWS
The Chicago Black Hawks, sur-
prise winners of hockey's grand
prize-the Stanley Cup-a month
and a half ago, have signed Michi-
gan's Dale MacDonald to an NHL
The final terms were not an-
nounced in the negotiations com-
pleted last week.
estimated $1,000 and played last
year with the Hawk's Calgary farm1
club in the Western Hockey
"I'm very happy," MacDonald
said. "I've always wanted to play
pro hockey but I didn't think that
I'd ever get the chance.
However, the Wolverine star in-
dicated that the arrangements
were similar to those given to
former Michigan Tech star John
Kosiansic a year ago. Kosiansic
signed with the Hawks for an
"I know it'll be rough," he said,
"but I'll give it all I've got. Maybe
some day ..:."
This summer he will be assigned
to one of three Chicago training
camps, hopefully the parent camp
at Buffalo with the rest of Coach
Tommy Ivan's prize prospects.
The signing came at the end of
a long waiting period by the Black
Hawk front office.
MacDonald was first approached
by Black Hawk scout Tiny Thomp-
son while playing Junior "A" hoc-
key for Saskatoon, Sask., while
still in high school. However, he
turned down the first Chicago
offer in order to attend Michigan.
Two fine seasons led to the
Michigan captaincy and a closera
look by the Hawks. Both Thomp-
son and Ivan visited the Coliseum
last winter and apparently liked
what they saw.
A conference in Detroit during
the Stanley Cup finals paved the
way for the final arrangements.
Chicago first sent a tryout con-
tract which was rejected. Then he.
was offered the NHL contract.
MacDonald explained that he had
rejected the tryout contract be-
cause it "didn't offer any security."
Major League Standings
W L Pct.
o 25 14 .641
23 16 .590
S 25 18 .581
20 16 .556
18 18 .500
18 19 .486
12 26 .316
11 25 .306
Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 1
St. Louis at Los Angeles (inc.)
Only games scheduled
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2)
Cincinnati at San Francisco
St. Louis at Los Angeles (N)
W L Pct. GB
Detroit 28 14 .667 -
Cleveland 24 17 .585 3/
New York 21 17 .553 5
Baltimore 23 19 .548 5
Washington 21 22 .488 7%
Kansas City 17 19 .472 S
Minnesota 19 22 .463 81%
Boston 17 21 .447. 9
Los Angeles 15 24 .385 11Y2
Chicago 15 25 .375 12
Boston 2, New York 1
Only games scheduled
Kansas City at Detroit (2)
New York at Boston
Los Angeles at Washington
Minnesota at Cleveland (2)
Baltimore at Chicago (2)
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It seems to be a reasonable move
for a married man with a college
In his last year fo' Michigan
MacDonald picked up 12 goals and
10 assists to finish in a three-way
tie with Al Hinnegan and Bill
Kelly for third place among the
Wolverine marksmen. He was also
used to kill off penalties and was
used on the Wolverine power play
by Coach Al Renfrew.'
And besides being called upon
for these "extra" assignments,
MacDonald alternated between
center and wing-an asset looked
upon with favor by most profes-
If he can make it, the Michi-
gan senior will become the second
Western Collegiate Hockey As-
sociation player on the Chicago
roster, Red Hay, from Colorado
College and rookie of the year in
1959-60, was the first.
In Indianapolis Class
choose, all in this summer's lead-
CAPTAIN SIGNS-Dale MacDonald, last year's hockey captain,
is now the property of the Chicago Black Hawk's Stanley Cup
champs. The Saskatoon, Saskatchewan senior will report to the
Hawks' parent training camp in September,
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By CLIFF MARKS
Special To The Daily
INDIANAPOLIS - Thirty-three
roaring race cars will roll away
from the starting line at 11:00
a.m. today on the first of 201
laps in the Golden Anniversary
renewal of the 500 Mile Race.
Pole-sitter -Eddie Sachs will fol-
low the pace car into the turnI
leading the fastest 500 field ever
on the pace lap, with 32 eager
drivers behind him. The slowest is!
Bob Marshman at "only" 144.283:
miles per hour.
The thrilling start will find last
year's winner, Jim Rathman in the
middle of the fourth row with a
qualifying speed of 145.413. Rodg-
er Ward, 1960 runnerup, holds
down the pole spot in the second'
row in a good challenging posi-
However, even Marshman, in the
last spot in the 11th row, has 'a
more than fair chance in the
gruelling grind that annually
takes its toll of men and cars
Third place finisher from a year,
ago, St. Clair Shores' Paul Gold-
smith, is in the middle of the
sixth row in his Racing Associa-
tion's Special. Another Detro
area driver, Tony Rutman, ho]
down the middle slot in the eight
rbw aboard the John Zink SP
cial, long a 'Speedway favori
Ruttman, 31, won this classic
1952, at 22, being the younge
driver in history to do so. Ironica
ly, it was the famed Bill Vuk
vich, in first place, who hit t
wall on the 191st lap and gar
Ruttman the trip to Victory Lan
Vukovich then won the next to
races only to meet a flaming dea
while leading the 1955 field.
Three From Detroit
Three cars are also entered frc
the Detroit area, including the to
Jim Robbins Specials that plac
sixth and ninth a year ago. Di
Rathman, Jim's brother, will pil
one from his, spot in the secor
row, while fourth-row, qualifi
Eddie Johnson will handle the ot
er. The third is the Federal Eng
neering Special that rookie Noi
Hall will pilot from the last ro
The more than 200,000 fans c
hand expect to see an early di
between pole-sitter Sachs and Ji
Hurtubise, who holds down wi
is considered the ideal front ru
ner's position on the outside
the front row.
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