The Globe -- Bethlehem
Thursday, January 24, 1918

The Scottish-American vs. Bethlehem Steel game scheduled for Saturday, January 26th has been postponed indefinitely. Soccer all over the country is practically at a standstill, the continued heavy snow falls making playing impossible and lovers of the game are longing to see the ball in motion. The Bethlehem Steel players are maintaining strict training and will be in excellent condition for both Cup and League contests when weather conditions make playing possible.

Bethlehem Steel is in the last stage of both the American and National Cup ties and is a strong contender for the National League Championship and will make a tremendous effort to come on top in all three series. The season of 1915-16 the Steel Workers won the American and National Cups and also the American League, but as the American League of that time does not compare with the National League of today the Steel Workers will establish an enviable record if they are able to accomplish the task before them. All the players are fully aware that the slightest letup will be fatal to their hopes so that every man can be depended upon to keep in condition and give of his best at all times.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club