The Globe Bethlehem
Tuesday, April 27, 1920
BIG SOCCER CLASSIC TO BE PLAYED AT HARRISON, N. J.

With the victory of the Robins Dry Dock F. C. of Brooklyn over the Fore River F. C. of Quincy, Mass., at Pawtucket, last Saturday, by a score of 2-0, the A. F. A. has made arrangements for the final game at Harrison Field, Harrison, N. J. on Sunday, May 2, between the Bethlehem Steel F. C. and the Robins Dry Dock F. C. Kickoff at 3 p.m. sharp.

The A. F. A. officials controlling the game will be: Wm. Patrick, chairman of the advisory board; Duncan Carswell, president; Donald MacMillan, vice president; A. N. Beveridge, secretary; A. M. Brown, H. Craig and John Drysdale, members of the board.

With Bethlehem Steel F. C. winning a double-header last weekend, defeating New York F. C. at Bethlehem 5-0, and Paterson F. C. at Paterson on Sunday by 3-2, it is predicted that the American Cup final this season will bring together the two best clubs in the country, and it is believed that the metropolitan soccerites will be treated to one of the finest exhibitions of the game that has yet been staged in football annals.

Considerable feeling is evident in the New York district owing to the game not being staged in Fall River or Pawtucket, but the advisory board was unanimous in staging the game in Harrison as they felt that this district deserved a final on this occasion.


Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club