The Globe - South Bethlehem
Friday, March 26, 1915
All in Readiness For Game on East End Field.

Bethlehems had is final workout yesterday and Trainer Lynn reported the team to be in good condition and ready for tomorrow's game with Hibernian. The field is in first class condition. At a meeting of the American league of Philadelphia held in the Inquirer building last night, George Young was appointed to officiate as referee for tomorrow's game. The game will start promptly at 3 p.m. The line-up follows:

Hibernian - Bethlehems
O'Donnell - G -- Duncan
Wilson - R.F.B. -- Fletcher
Jones - L. F. B. -- Toole
Waltemate - R. H. B. -- Morrison
Richardson - C. H. B. -- Clarke
McLean - L. H. B. -- Campbell
Coursey - O.R. -- Ford
R. Burgin - I. R. -- Murray
Glazier - C. F. -- Millar
Vanderweight - I. L. -- Pepper
W. Burgin - O. L. -- Fleming
The American league of Philadelphia held its regular meeting last evening and the gold medals selected by the Medal committee which met last Monday evening in Philadelphia were approved by the delegates present and the design ordered copyrighted. The medal is very beautiful, the design being an eagle holding a soccer football in his claws and over the head of the eagle the American flag in colors, the whole against a background of gold surrounded by a wreath. The medal will be of 14 karats fine. The American league will give its first annual banquet in Philadelphia the first week in May when the trophy and medals will be presented to the winning club. Bethlehems will depend on the same line-up that defeated the Scottish American last week. The Bethlehems management this morning received the following telegram from Secretary Cahill of the U. S. F. A. in regards to the drawing for the semi-final game of the National Cup competition:

Manager of Bethlehems A. F. C.
Bethlehems plays Homestead F. C. of Pittsburgh at Lehigh stadium, South Bethlehem, in semi-final game National Cup competition on Saturday, April 3. (Signed)
T. W. Cahill, Secretary

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