The Globe -- South Bethlehem
March 2, 1917

The Bethlehem Steel company athletic committee is making every possible effort to get the playing field clean of snow and fit for playing on Saturday. Workmen removed snow. All the bleachers and sides of the field have been cleaned and the men are at work clearing the playing patch. Local fans are assured ample accommodations as the covered grandstand which is dry and warm will hold 2000 and the bleachers 1500. Both the grandstand and the bleachers afford excellent views of the field. Word was received from the Homestead management that the team and officials left Pittsburgh this morning. A section of the grandstand will be reserved for the Bethlehem Steel company band which will enliven with renditions.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club