The Globe -- South Bethlehem
Monday, April 3, 1916
Local Soccer Team Advances to Meet Pullman of Chicago in Semi-final Round.

Scoring a goal on a penalty kick the Bethlehem football club defeated the West Hudson soccer football team in the fourth round of the United States Football association competition in Harrison, N. J., yesterday by a score of 1-0.

By virtue of the victory, Bethlehem goes into the semi-final round with Pullman football club of Chicago. The date and place for this game has not been decided upon as yet.

Twenty minutes after play in the first period a foul was called on George Murray, Hudson, for using his hands in the penalty zone. Tommy Fleming scored the goal on a free kick with a pretty drive past the Hudson goalkeeper. Five thousand soccerites saw the steel workers win.

Bethlehem -- West Hudson
Duncan -- G -- Nelson
Fletcher -- R.F.B. -- Barr
Ferguson -- L.F.B. -- G. Murray
Murray -- R.H.B. -- McKay
Campbell -- C.H.B. -- Bustard
Morrison -- L.H.B. -- Lennox
McDonald -- O.R. -- Zehnbauer
Butler -- I.R. -- Lowe
Brown -- C.F. -- Muir
Pepper -- I.L. -- Ward
Fleming -- O.L. -- Mills
Final score, Bethlehem F. C., 1. West Hudson, 0. Goal -- Fleming. Linesmen -- Lawson, Bethlehem F. C.; Adams, West Hudson. Time of halves -- 45 minutes. Referee -- David W. White.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club