A prominent feature of the affair was the appearance of Miss Agnes Cunningham, who took the part of "Miss Bethlehem" in today's festivities. She was introduced to the players, for whom she will kick the first ball today.
The Bethlehem players had been the guests of the Brith Shalom Community Center earlier in the evening at a dinner, and they, in company with the members of the Hakoah Club put in an appearance later in the evening. The representatives of both clubs were greeted warmly, but their stay at the function was cut somewhat short on account of training regulations demanding that they retire early.
The music was furnished by Art Wohlbach and his Harmony Kings, Jimmy Bell, former minstrel man, rendering popular songs in a manner quite on par with those heard over radio.
The committee in charge was under the direction of Robert McCurley, assisted by Adam Paton and R. Dickson, Jas. Barrett and R. Thomas and William Highfield.
Officials of the Booster Club announced that they will be [ . . . ] celebration within a short time in [ . . ] of the winning of the American League pennant by the Steelworkers.
The decorative scene was blue and white, the Zionist colors. Palms were loaned by D. M. Goldberg, florist.
Manager Barr of the visiting team spoke of the merits of the team and said that although they hoped to win today, they desired above winning to play a clean game.
Following the dinner a dance was enjoyed at which there were around 400 people. Spear's orchestra supplied the music.
The women of the Sisterhood who aided in preparing the dinner were: Mrs. Oscar Brisker, Mrs. J. G. Beilin, Mrs. J. Subkow, Mrs. J. M. Silverstein, Mrs. J. Epstein, Mrs. Alexander Maysells, Mrs. Isador Signer, Mrs. William Bornstein, Mrs. J. D. Fravilig and Mrs. L. C. Ziegler.