Chadwick Stops Forreston; To Meet Freeport In Final BY BILL JOHNSON For The Journal-Standard Chadwick'i hustling baseba team advanced to the final of th Freeport regional tournamen Tuesday by defeating the Forres ton Cardinal's, 11-10, in an eigh nning battle Tuesday at the Junio High School diamond. Chadwick will meet Freeport to day at 4:15 p.m. on the JHS dia mond for the right to represen this area in the Rockford sectiona next Tuesday. Coach Roy Colbert of Chadwic las nominated sophomore righ 1 lander Sherman Morgan to start for the Silver Streaks against Free port's junior southpaw Bill Mor •ow. Entering today's game, Chad wick holds a 7-5 record. Morgan has been involved in six decisions osing four. ' Late Rally In Tuesday's hectic battle, Chad ivick overcame a one-run lead in Cards Surge Into Fourth Blanking Phils By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After almost being left at the starting gate, the St. Louis Car dinals have finally pulled up int fourth place in the Nationa League race. It took 11 victories in their las 13 games to do it. Lindy McDan iel made sure of it by hurling a seven-hitter against Philadelphia as the Cardinals triumphed 5-0. I was the $50,000 bonus right-hand er's first shutout of the year and his first since he blanked the same team by the same score on the last half of the eighth inning scoring two runs to win. Shortstop Shortstop Evan Queckboerner started Chadwick's winning rally reaching first on third baseman Jim Schoonhoven Schoonhoven 'a error. Steve .Zumdahl Fprced Queckboerner at second, but Dennis Strauch doubled to right sending Zumdahl to third. Forreston's relief pitcher Jim Walker struck out Norm Stewart for the second out. Then right Fielder John Janssen tapped a bounder back to Walker on the mound, who threw to Don Drake at First, but Drake dropped the perfect perfect throw with Zumdahl scoring the tying run. Strauch rounded third and also tried to score. Drake's throw to catcher Larry Simmons arrived in Jlenty of time to nab the runner, but Simmons dropped the ball giving Chadwick the decision. Hitters' Battle Both teams sparkled in the hit department with Chadwick having 13 and Forreston 10, four of which went for extra bases. Schoonhoven had a triple and Gary Flickinger a double for the Cards. Chadwick's only extra base hit >vas a two-run homer by Queck- raerner in the fourth inning when Chadwick scored five runs. Box score: Chadwick (11) Forreston (10) ab r h ab r h Kahlcr 3b 423 Wubbena L. Morgan cf-p 311 2b 410 Kaul c 411 Schoonhoven Queckboerner 3b 543 ss 513 DeVrles p 511 umdahl 2b 5 1 0 Drake Ib 500 Strauch Ib 513 Flickinger If 5 0 2 Stewart If 411 Simmons c 3 1 1 lanssen rf 410 Wubbena D. Rogers p-cf 321 ss 200 Greenfield rf 320 Steinhagen cf 413 Totals 37 11 13 Score by innings 'orreston Totals 36 1(MO R H E 110 502 02—11 13 4 211 212 01—10 10 2-Base 2-Base Hits— Fllcklnger (F). 3-Base Tits — Schoonhoven (F). Home Runs — Queckboerner (C). Double Plays — orreston (1) Sacrifice Hits (C) 0, F) 4.