INDIANS WIN, TIE I GAMES; MEET MALAD OCTOBER 4 After defeating the invading Hurley high school Bobcats Ia Friday 21-6 and tieing the stionfe Box Elder High Bees , 0-6 Wc, os day the Preston High Indians turned their attention tins week to their first league game of the year with Malad here on Fnday, October 4 at 2:30 p. m. in the Burley game Preston was clearly superior to the invaders . they scored touchdowns m the first third and fourth periods and a safety in the third quarter. Bui. ley's only score came on a pass for sixteen yards on the first play of the fourth quarter. In the Burley game it was the outstanding ball toting off Captaiu Marcel Chatterton winch led the victory. Blaine Lemmons, George Johnson, and substitutes Sid Garrett and Alton Winger also showed up well in the backfield. The line play of Bill Kerr, Duane Hobbs, There-Id Nielsen, u Palmer and Bill Tanner was little short of sensational. The Box Elder game was a different dif-ferent story however as the big rugged crew from Utah pushed Preston all over the field, chalking up fourteen first downs to Preston's Pres-ton's four. But the local team seemed to rise up to great heights I when the chips were down and j they earned every bit of their 6-6 tie score. Preston's score came on a beautifully beau-tifully executed pass following a reverse. Lemmons did the tossing for Preston and Bill Kerr did the ' receiving which was good for 19 yards and the score. Larsen, speedy quarterback for Box Elder, circled his own right end for 10 yards on the first play of the fourth quarter to tie the ball game up. Marcel Chatterton was again outstanding for Preston but in a much different role. This time it was some excellent 60-yard punts with no run backs that was the shining light. Frequently he would kick far down the field to have the ball go out of bounds and set Box Elder back on its heels. When the ball did not go out of bounds it usually sailed over the safety man's head and a fast, rushing end would down the ball. Lemmon and Johnson were outstanding out-standing on defense for Preston as they continually hit the ball carriers car-riers hard. Preston's two ends also showed up well.