The Globe -- Bethlehem
Friday, April 19, 1918
Soccer Notes

Fleming, Ferguson, Campbell and Murray of the Bethlehem team have been selected to play for the Scottish team against the pick of America at Clarke's field, Newark, on Sunday, May 5.

The American Cup is the oldest trophy to be competed for in American soccer. Only one club has won it three times straight -- the O. N. T. of Newark, N. J., who won it in the first three years of its inception. If the games to be played, the Steel Workers record will be greater, as competition today is a lot keener than it was in the early eighties.

The West Hudson-Fall River National Cup semi-final game will be played at Fall River tomorrow. Fall River are favorites for the final.

Tomorrow's game will start at 3:15 and George Young of Philadelphia will be the referee. Disston will arrive in Bethlehem at 2:18.

With the National League at its most critical stage and important cup games to be played, the Steel Workers are entering upon the most strenuous period of the season, but the local fans feel confident that they have the ability to go through the trying ordeal without a let-up.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club