The Globe -- Bethlehem
February 8, 1927
A Swing Along Athletic Row

A Possibility of Seeing a Cup Game
The rules of the United States Football Association in the matter of playing cup ties specify that in the event of the home team placing its field in playing condition, the game transfers to the grounds of the opposing club if the grounds are playable. All of which might make it possible for the first round National cup tie being played in Bethlehem. Providing, of course, that the weekend should be marred with unfavorable weather. Newark is never one of the first clubs to put its field in a playing condition. With that in mind the Bethlehem management is on the job with a large emergency corps, awaiting to battle any unfavorable weather conditions that might occur this weekend. In such event every effort would be made to have the game played here.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club