The Globe -- South Bethlehem
Monday, March 4, 1912
Soccer Football

Bethlehem, 2; Camden Rovers, 0.

The Bethlehem soccer team on Saturday qualified for the second round for the Allied Amateur Cup by defeating the Rovers of Camden, N. J., by the score of 2-0, both goals being scored in the first half by Graham at center forward. There was only a small attendance present when Garvey winning the toss decided to take advantage of a strong wind which made accurate play impossible, the wind carrying the ball out of play too often and thirty minutes of the first had gone before Graham scored the first goal with a beautiful shot. Ten minutes later the same player added a second goal and the interval was concluded with the score: Bethlehem, 2; Camden Rovers 0. On returning the Bethlehemites had to defend and the fullbacks were kept busy and on several occasions the home team tried hard to score but the defense outstood the attack, although it was nearly impossible to control the ball. The local forwards came within an ace of scoring on several occasions toward the end. Camden pressed and forced two corner kicks in the last minute which were unproductive and the final whistle sounded with the score Bethlehem 2; Camden 0. Much credit is owing the whole team for its victory as it has yet to meet its first defeat. The lineup:

Bethlehem -- C. R.
Carpenter -- G -- W. T. Richards
Bone -- RFB -- N. Richards
Garvey (Capt.) -- LFB -- W. J. Richards
Stewart -- RHB -- W. Williams
Pratt -- CHB -- Bowden
Lawlor -- LHB -- Cochran
Galbraith -- OR -- Tuthill
Patterson -- IR -- Jamison
Graham -- CF -- McAllister
Lewis -- IL -- S. Laity
Leonard -- OL -- W. Laity
Referee -- H. H. Bamford. Goals for Bethlehem -- Graham 2. Linesmen, Shackleton and Orchard.

The draw for the second round took place last night and Bethlehem was unfortunate in being drawn against Kensington, A. A., the game to be played in Philadelphia, the team thus having to travel again.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club