The Dispatch – Pittsburgh
December 5, 1913

The second round of the National Champion Cup Competition tomorrow, under the auspices of the United States of American Football Association, bring together 22 of the premier soccer elevens of this country. The area embraced in the competition of these 22 clubs extends from New York City to Chicago, including the following soccer centers: New York City and Rochester, N. Y.; Newark and Bayonne, N. J.; Philadelphia and Pittsburg; New Bedford, Mass.; Detroit and Chicago.

Out of the 11 games none will be productive of better football than the one at Forbes Field, where the champions of this city and Philadelphia meet to determine which shall proceed farther in this year’s race for the cup. The Trophy was given to the U. S. A. F. A. by Sir Thomas R. Dewar, the well-known British sportsman and lover of athletics.

Tomorrow’s line-up will probably be follows:

Marshall – Goal -- Love
Blackwood – Right back -- McKelvey
Howe – Left back -- Peacock
Beadling – Right half -- Stewart
Kelly – Center half -- Morrison
Whyte – Left half -- Lawler
Anderson – Outside right -- Galbraith
Rattray – Inside right -- Lewis
Stevenson – Center -- Lance
Lowther – Inside left -- Donaghy
McCann – Outside left -- Fleming
Referee – I. Wilson. Gates open at 2 p.m. Kickoff promptly at 3 o’clock.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club