The Globe -- Bethlehem
April 20, 1928
A Swing Along Athletic Row

Another Tour for Tom
When any American soccer team goes abroad Tom Cahill, a prime factor in the development of the booting game in this country, usually horns his way in to make the tour. Not that Tom doesn't deserve the honor for he is credited with doing more in establishing soccer in the U. S. A. than any other individual. There are times when his ideas do not meet with the unanimous approval of all concerned and at times seem to be included to be a bit of stubborn but after all his heart and soul are wrapped up in a game that is becoming more popular each season. Tom is going to Amsterdam with the American Olympic team. IN making the trip Thomas will perform the role of assistant manager, a job probably created as a tribute to his devoted efforts in American soccer, for the team could no doubt get along quite well under the management of E. A. Schroeder, of Philadelphia.


1927-1928
Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club