The Globe -- Bethlehem
Monday, February 13, 1922
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Ratican's Toe Keeps Team in Classic
Harry Ratican, who when with the championship Bethlehem F. C. was rated as the peer of all center forwards in this country, apparently has deteriorated little in his effectiveness in the booting game. Ratican probably saw more service in the National and American cup classics than any other player in the country and was responsible for keeping his teammates in the running for the National Cup honors when Todd's Shipyard defeated the Harrison F. C. of Harrison, N. J., at Newark, N. J., yesterday by the score of 1 to 0. The lone tally was scored by Ratican 12 minutes after the re-start, and qualified the Todd eleven to battle Abbots, of New Bedford, in the final round of the Eastern section, the winner later hooking up with the Western sectional champion.

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