The Globe -- Bethlehem
Tuesday, January 15, 1918

Bethlehem Steel soccer team came out of Saturday's game with Disston in good condition, several of the players suffered injuries of a minor nature. Some of the injures were due to accidents while others suffered from over zealous attentions of one or two of the Disston players. "Jimmy" Easton received more hard knocks in the two hours of play than he is likely to receive in the balance of the season, and great credit is due him for the admirable way he kept control of his temper. With defeat staring Disston in the face it looked as if they did not worry about incurring the referee's displeasure by questionable tactics, but the Steel Workers were aware that to be ordered from the field meant a suspension that was bound to mitigate against Bethlehem chances of winning the cup so that great credit is due them for the self control displayed during the entire game. If weather conditions make playing possible the Steel Workers will play Paterson F. C. here on Saturday, January 19, in a National League game. Paterson at present is tie with the Steel Workers at the top of the league and as the game at Paterson resulted in a draw this contest ought to be one of the best of the season.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club