The Globe -- Bethlehem
April 10, 1925
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Can't Be Stopped for Honors
Should the Bethlehem Steel F. C. be deprived of garnering the American Soccer League laurels for the current season the team would not be bereft completely in the distribution of honors for already Archie Stark, the premier center forward of the American loop, has completely sewed up the individual scoring honors and by a margin that proves conclusively that he possesses the best educated toe in the league. Coming to Bethlehem from the New York F. C., where last year Stark also captured the high scoring honors, Stark continued his rampage even more decisively than the season previous and with six more games to be played shows a total of 59 goals, thirty more than Harold Brittan, of Fall River, his closest contender, who has piled up 29. Stark's average is slightly better than one and on-half goals for each of the 38 games played. The mark is the highest ever reached and with at least several more goals certain before the close of the season, threatens to establish a record that promises to stand for a good many seasons. It is interesting to note that in piling up this big total, Stark did it in the face of the strongest competition ever experienced in American soccer.

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