The Globe South Bethlehem
April 13, 1916
BETHLEHEM-PULLMAN GAME
Both Soccer Teams Ready for Clash in Chicago, Sunday

Training by the Bethlehem Steel company team was concluded yesterday with all members in splendid condition. Reports from Chicago place Pullman as being the best team in the west and worthy of the honor of representing Chicago and the west against the east. In a recent statement made to the press by the manager of the Pullman team, he states that his team will take the field at full strength. Both teams are expected to line-up as follows:

Beth. Steel Co. -- Pullman
Duncan G -- Holmes
Fletcher R. F. B. -- Blockley
Ferguson L. F. B. -- Page
Murray R. H. B. -- Cartwright
Campbell C. H. B. S. Govier
Morrison L. H. B. B. Govier
MacDonald O. R. -- Pollit
Butler I. R. -- Mackie
Pepper C. F. -- Shallcross
Brown I. L C. Cartwright
Fleming O. L. -- McNaughton

As there is a difference of about one hour in time between Chicago and Bethlehem, it will be 4 p.m. here before the game is started. The half time and full time scores will be wired to Western Union office Main Street, Bethlehem. Half time scores should reach here around 6 p.m. and final scores about 8 p.m.


Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club