Preston Junior High Gym Classes Active The Preston Junior high physical education program began in earnest earn-est this week as the touch-football league got underway. Competition was started in the seventh and eighth grades. After four weeks o instruction in the various fundamentals of the game the boys showed up well in I heir first week's contests. In the 7-A league the Wildcats and the Trojans each with one victory vic-tory against no defeats led the league. In the 7-B league the Papooses Pa-pooses and the Bulldogs each with one victory and one " tie stood out in front. The Buffaloes had won one and lost one for third place while the Panthers dropped two in a row to pull up in the rear. Eighth grade coir-n 'tion saw Purdue leading the ', 1 league with two vic'ories vA.fc,aij.st no defeats. de-feats. The Cobras and Cougars had each won one and lost one while the Irish has dropped two games. In the 8-B league the Tigers Tig-ers and Kilowatts each had one victory and one tie for first place. The other teams in order were the Indians with one tie, the Butchers with one tie and one loss, and the Bobcats with one loss. Rulon Stanfield is faculty director direc-tor of the program.